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T-Mobile NL signs up 100,000 for unlimited plan in 3 months

Monday 1 May 2017 | 08:58 CET | News
T-Mobile Netherlands announced that it's signed 100,000 customers for its Go Unlimited plan. Launched in mid-January, the plan offers unlimited calls, SMS and data for EUR 35 per month. T-Mobile said this was fastest it's ever seen a single product sell, and the offer was popular both among consumer and business customers, especially on Sim-only. According to the operator, customers appreciate the 'unbundled' offer with no worries about running out of data, the affordability and the network quality.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: T-Mobile Netherlands
Countries: Netherlands
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