Sosh, Orange France’s ‘low cost’ mobile brand, has introduced international calls, optional data caps and a 'discovery' no-commitment data subscription, reports DSLValley.
Coming around a year after its launch, Sosh is using Orange’s Joyn-based communications app, Libon, to offer customers paying EUR 14.90 a month or more an option to pay EUR 5 a month for unlimited calls to fixed and mobile numbers in Belgium, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Germany, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzterland, the UK, Canada, the US, China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore and Thailand.
Sosh is also allowing customers to choose whether they want their data capped plan, blocking all mobile internet use until the following month, or to pay EUR 0.05 per MB, as before. Sosh customers use Orange’s HSPA network, but not LTE.
The service has also launched a EUR 1 discovery pass, allowing customers to use 50 MB of data in the next 31 days. They can then choose between staying with it or paying EUR 0.05 per MB on top of their voice and messaging plan.
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