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M-net adds two tariffs for businesses to Gigabit Portfolio Premium IP 2020

Wednesday 16 September 2020 | 14:33 CET | News

German regional operator M-net said that it has expanded the Gigabit Portfolio Premium IP 2020 with two tariffs for self-employed and small and mid-sized firms. The new Premium IP connections can be installed as a multi-device connection (Premium IP MGA) as well as with a telephone system (Premium IP TKA). The Premium IP MGA enables users to establish up to ten individual call numbers and up to four voice channels, which is useful in particular for the self-employed and customers active in SOHO (Small Office / Home Office) environment.

With Premium IP TKA, small and medium-sized companies have additional business options such as a fixed IP address, fixed troubleshooting times and their own hotline service. The tariffs with connections to a telephone system include installation and activation of the connection on site, business router, and support from a personal contact for customer service.

The new Premium IP1000/300 tariff provides a 1,000 Mbps download speed and 300 Mbps for uploads for EUR 99.99 monthly with the multi-device connection and EUR 114.90 monthly with the telephone system.

The other new tariff, the Premium IP 600/200, offers a 600 Mbps download speed and 200 Mbps for uploads for EUR 79.90 monthly with the multi-device connection and EUR 94.90 monthly with the telephone system.

Existing tariffs in the portfolio include the Premium IP 300 for EUR 59.90 per month with the multi-device connection and EUR 74.90 with the telephone system, the Premium IP 100 for EUR 39.90 per month with the multi-device connection and EUR 54.90 per month with the telephone system, and the Premium IP 50 for EUR 34.90 monthly with the multi-device connection and EUR 49.90 with the telephone system.



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Categories: Fixed
Companies: M-Net
Countries: Germany
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