T-Mobile offers Internet for a price starting at Ft 1,290

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From November 1, 2007 the price of the cheapest T-Mobile mobile Internet package – recommended for users of mobile computers – will be a mere Ft 2,900 as the operator introduces new Internet price packages and also renews the majority of existing packages.

In addition, customers subscribing for mobile Internet price packages and committing for a loyalty period can use the Internet free of charge for up to 4 months. T-Mobile offers broadband Internet to almost 50% of the Hungarian population on its 3G/HSDPA network and this increasingly popular option is becoming ever more affordable as the company renews its mobile Internet packages and introduces new promotions.

From November the operator offers 4 new packages. Customers- both postpaid and Domino prepaid card holders - wishing to use the net with their mobile phones can choose either Net 30 or Net 80, instead of the formerly offered Net 50. Net 30 costs Ft 1,290 a month, while the monthly fee of Net 80 is Ft 1,990. Residential postpaid customers – holding either Gold or Platinum Cards – can opt for the Gold Partner Card Mobile Internet 2GB package for Ft 2,900 monthly, or the Gold Partner Card Mobile Internet 10 GB package for a monthly fee of Ft 5,900.

In other words T-Mobile subscribers are offered uniquely favorable terms for using mobile Internet within the Connection Gold Card loyalty program which are unparalleled in the Hungarian mobile market. As another novelty, WAP Start – the service available with no monthly fee – will change for Net Start and provides access to both WAP and Internet, offering an ideal solution to customers using the net through their mobile phones on an occasional basis. Simultaneously with introducing new tariff packages T-Mobile also expands existing packages significantly.

Data volumes included in the 2GB packages increases to 5GB, while the current limit of the 5GB package goes up to 8 GB. Obviously the names of these tariff packages change accordingly.  Further to the above changes T-Mobile offers even more favorable terms and promotions. In the frame of the +3GB promotion users of the 5 GB and 8 GB packages can use 3 GB data volume more from November 1 till the end of the year (8 and 11 GB, accordingly) and customers having committed for a loyalty period will enjoy the increased data volume (5+ 3 GB and 8+3 GB) all through the loyalty period.

As a special offer to customers subscribing for mobile Internet packages and committing for a loyalty period from November 1, T-Mobile waives the monthly subscription fee until February 28, 2008 – in other words this promotion offers free of charge Internet access through the operator’s network for up to even 4 months.

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