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Mobile & Wireless

Tunisie launches HTC One smartphone, packages

Tuesday 8 October 2013 | 15:39 CET | News
Tunisie Telecom has launched the HTC One smartphone, together with new HTC One packages. With Mobile 50, the HTC One costs TND 1349 with a two year contract and TND 1249 with a one-year contract. The package provides, per month, 10 hours of calls per month to all national, international and roaming networks, three preferential numbers on Tunisie Telecom or Elissa networks, 500 free SMS/MMS on Tunisie Telecom or Elissa networks, mobile internet option 3Gon (free), and international calls at national rates when calling France, the UK, Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal, the USA, Canada, Greece and Sweden. With Mobi 100, the smartphone costs EUR TND with a 12-month contract and EUR TND with a 24 month contract. The deal gives, per month, 20 hours of calls to all national, international and roaming networks, five numbers for unlimited use on the fixed or mobile networks of Tunisie Telecom and Elissa, 5Go and 3G++ for free, 1000 SMS/MMS on Tunisie Telecom or Elissa networks, and international calls at national rates when calling the countries listed for Mobi 50. Mobi Blue also provides the HTC One for EUR TND with a 12 month contract and EUR TND with a 24 month one. The deal supplies unlimited calls 24/7 on fixed and mobile Tunisie Telecom and Elissa networks, unlimited 3G++, unlimited SMS/MMS on Tunisie Telecom and Elissa networks, and international calls at national rates for the select group of countries listed for Mobi 50 and Mobi 100. Finally, Mobi Max provides unlimited calls on all operator networks in Tunisia, unlimited 3G++, unlimited SMS/MMS on all networks in Tunisia, and international calls at national rates for the same group of countries as in the other packages. With Mobi Max, the HTC One costs TND 1199 with a 12 month contract and TND 299 with a 24 month one.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Elissa / HTC / Mobi / Tunisie Telecom
Countries: Tunisia
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