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O2 Germany, Alice to launch Community Flatrate

Friday 27 August 2010 | 12:43 CET | News
Telefonica O2 Germany and Alice have confirmed the launch of their first joint offer on 2 September of this year: the Community Flatrate combines an Alice DSL landline with up to five German O2 mobile connections, which can all make unlimited calls between one another. It additionally enables free phone calls from the Alice landline to the entire German O2 mobile network. The Community Flatrate offer costs EUR 4.90 per month and can be booked by all O2 mobile customers who order an Alice DSL product. In order to take advantage of the Community benefit, the "Community Flatrate" option must be booked when ordering an Alice DSL connection. Furthermore, all O2 mobile connections must run under one customer account. As a result, all calls between the Alice DSL connection and the five mobile connections are free of charge, as are all phone calls from the Alice landline number to all O2 mobile customers. All customers also benefit here from Alice Unify, as calls between Alice customers are always free of charge. O2 mobile customers who order an Alice DSL (Light, Fun or Comfort) connection by 31 December 2010 and book the Community Flatrate along with it will permanently save on the basic monthly charge. The Community Flatrate is also available for Alice DSL and existing O2 mobile customers when they conclude an O2 mobile contract and an Alice DSL contract at the same time. Alice became part of Telefonica O2 Germany through the acquisition by the latter of German fixed network operator Hansenet in the beginning of this year.

Categories: Fixed / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Alice / HanseNet / Telefonica O2 Germany
Countries: Germany
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