UPC Austria starts nationwide push for mobile

Monday 11 May 2015 | 16:41 CET | News
UPC Austria starts a nationwide push for its mobile services following a tentative trial period of five months, the company reported at press conference, cited by Austrian media. The operator sticks to its Sim-only services and has no intention to compete directly with discount MVNO HoT. UPC Mobile offers three bundles including SMS, minutes and GBs for EUR 17.90, EUR 25 and EUR 30 a month and offers a discount to existing UPC customers of EUR 3 per month. Customers can also choose a data only service again in three varieties for EUR 3.90, EUR 9.90 or EUR 19.90 a month. Since the soft launch

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Categories: Fixed / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Liberty Global / UPC Austria
Countries: Austria
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