Post Luxembourg introduces '5G Power' plans with up to 1 Gbps speed

Friday 16 October 2020 | 11:28 CET | News
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Post Luxembourg has started offering the '5G Power' plans unveiled last week, when the operator announced a partnership with cloud gaming specialist Blacknut. Details of this new mobile range are now available on Post's website, coinciding with the 5G network launch in selected urban areas. As expected, the top-tier price point is advertised with a 1 Gbps speed. It offers 100 GB of data and uncapped traffic for apps included in Post's 'Streaming & Social' service, as well as calls/texts to landline or mobile networks within Europe. This plan is priced EUR 72.99/month on a SIM-only basis, rising to EUR 82.99 when taken with a smartphone.

Offering 20 GB of data, the entry-level price point starts at EUR 42.99/month and is marketed with a 500 Mbps speed, while the mid-tier plan costs EUR 57.99 on a SIM-only basis and includes 50 GB of data as standard, plus 20 GB for traffic within Post's 'Streaming & Social' service. The call/text allowance is the same for all three tariffs within the '5G Power' range. Similarly, all subscribers with an Android device can add Blacknut's cloud gaming subscription to their Post mobile bill for an additional EUR 9.99/month.

To promote the launch of its 5G network, Post is offering the first 1,000 '5G Power' sign-ups the chance to access Blacknut's gaming platform free of charge for the first twelve months, benefitting from a catalogue of more than 400 titles.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Post Luxembourg
Countries: Luxembourg
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