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Mobile & Wireless

Telenet creates iKing, iKong for iPhone 5

Friday 21 September 2012 | 13:47 CET | News
Telenet has introduced two plans for the iPhone 5, including handset subsidies: the iKing and iKong, named after the King and Kong bundles launched this summer. IKing costs EUR 45.00 per month, providing 200 minutes, 10,000 SMS and 1GB of data. IKong is priced at EUR 75,00 and supplies 2000 minutes, 10,000 SMS and 2GB. The iPhone 5 (16 GB) costs EUR 199 with iKing and EUR 49 with iKong. The 32 GB version is more expensive by EUR 100. Rates outside the bundle are EUR 0.15 per minute, and EUR 0.10 per SMS and MB. Access to the Telenet Wi-Fi hotspots is included. Both plans can be combined with an iPhone 4 8GB (EUR 1) or an iPhone 4S 16 GB (iKing EUR 99, iKong EUR 1). The subscriptions will be offered only to customers who have been Telenet subscribers for at least four months.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telenet
Countries: Belgium
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