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Mobile & Wireless

Orange Spain adds unlimited plan, handset subsidies

Wednesday 21 November 2012 | 08:57 CET | News

Orange Spain has launched an unlimited tariff plan combined with a handset subsidy offering. Starting December, customers will be able to subscribe to the ‘Delfin 60’ service and acquire high-end mobile phones at price starting at EUR 0, GSMspain reports.

The Delfin 60 package induces minutes for anytime voice calls to national fixed and mobile numbers, unlimited SMS and 1 GB for internet traffic for a monthly fee of EUR 60. Subscribers will also be able to purchase the Samsung Galaxy S3 for EUR 0, iPhone 4S for EUR 29, or iPhone 5 for EUR 99.


Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Spain
Countries: Spain
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