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T-Mobile NL brings out new prepaid mobile internet bundles

Thursday 20 October 2011 | 11:10 CET | News
T-Mobile Netherlands introduced on 17 October a number of new bundles for prepaid mobile internet on smartphones. A day bundle now costs EUR 0.99 (25 MB), with a one month bundle priced at EUR 9.95 (1 GB). There is also a month bundle of EUR 19.95 (calls plus 1 GB) that can be taken in combination with Prepaid International, which offers cheap calls to home and abroad. Those who do not purchase a separate prepaid bundle, will now pay EUR 2 per MB from 1 November, according to Bellen.com. Vodafone Netherlands said in September that it would come out with new prepaid bundles for mobile internet

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: T-Mobile / T-Mobile Netherlands / Vodafone / VodafoneZiggo
Countries: Netherlands
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This is very exciting news for those been waiting for this affordable arrangement with the local tarif!This help people commutation easy and fast!Thank you for the coperation.
Evita Wee @ 16/11/2011 - 05:50


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