O2 Germany revises business roaming tariffs

Monday 19 November 2012 | 16:56 CET | News
Telefonica Germany's O2 Business division has revised its mobile tariff plans for voice and data roaming overseas. This will result in reduced rates and full cost transparency being available to business customers from 03 December. The new offers include flat rates for internet use abroad and tariff options for roaming calls and calls to other countries. Customers can select a data flat rate for a day or whole month. The Internet Day Pack Travel offers 30 MB per day at full-speed, and costs EUR 2, EUR 15 or EUR 40 depending on the country of use. The The Internet Pack EU (150 MB) is targeted

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Companies: Telefonica Germany
Countries: Germany
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