Mobile & Wireless

Mtel launches new line of tariff plans for smart devices

Friday 15 March 2013 | 14:03 CET | News

Bulgarian operator Mtel launched a new line of tariff plans that is aimed at customers who own smartphones or tablets. Called 'Mtel Smart', the tariff plan is available in three variants, namely Mtel Smart 1, Smart 2, and Smart 3, that are available either without a long-term commitment or with a contract if customers buy them with a smartphone. Irrespective of the Mtel Smart tariff plany they choose, customers receive unlimited calls to five favourite numbers from the network of telecom, minutes for calls to all national networks as well as mobile internet traffic.

The most expensive tariff plan, Mtel Smart 3, costs BGN 59.90 per month. Besides the minutes for calls to five on-net numbers, it comprises 1,000 minutes for calls to all networks and 3 GB. Mtel said it created these new tariff plans due to the increasing interest for mobile internet shown by its customers in the last period. In the last 12 months alone, the operator saw its number of mobile internet customers double over the previous year.

In related news, Mtel started selling the tablet Lenovo IdeaTab A2107. The tablet is available at a price of BGN 24.90 per month along with a two-year agreement which includes 2.5 GB per month. In addition, the tablet can also be purchased in cash for BGN 249 along with a two-year subscription for a mobile internet package that offers 2.5 GB  and costs BGN 13.90 per month.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Mtel
Countries: Bulgaria
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