B-Mobile to launch 3G services

Wednesday 31 August 2005 | 14:36 CET | News
Bornean mobile operator B-Mobile Communications will launch 3G services on 2 September. A Prepaid starter kit will be offered from BND 24 and if customers apply before 1 October the activation fee of BND 25 will be waived. The starter kit comes with an BND 18 top-up card. Top-up cards will be available in BND 18 and BND 38 versions and will have a 21-day and 60-day validity respectively. B-Mobile will offer several postpaid plans: a Lite plan for BND 38 per month, a Mid plan for BND 58 per month and a Max plan for BND 168 per month. The Mid plan comes with 3000 free call minutes and the Max

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Brunei Darussalam
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