Major spring campaign from Türk Telekom Mobile: 2 new tariff options

MUNICH. Good news for mobile network users looking for a tariff that suits their needs even better: Customers of Türk Telekom Mobile, who for as little as 5 cents per minute can make very affordable phone calls within Germany and to Turkey, are now being offered even more favourable conditions for telephony, SMS and Internet with two new tariff options. The KankaFLAT is especially worthwhile for smartphone users looking to satisfy all their communication needs within Germany with just one overall solution. On the other hand, the WunschFLAT tariff is an ideal solution for anyone who places calls primarily to external networks.
Türk Telekom Mobile is starting out the year with two new and attractive options that offer many advantages for smartphone users and callers to external networks.

KankaFLAT

Screenshot Website Türk Telekom KankaFlat
The prepaid KankaFLAT option is a complete solution consisting of a flat rate for telephony and Internet as well as SMS. For an affordable price of 14 euros a month Türk Telekom Mobile customers can place calls to the German landline network and to the O2 mobile network at no additional cost. In addition, a contingent of 100 SMS is available to them for use in all German and Turkish networks. Moreover, KankaFLAT users have a flat rate for Internet with speeds reaching as much as 7.2 Mbit/s (after 300 MB the speed is reduced to 64 kbit/s). Calls and SMS between Türk Telekom Mobile customers as well as to the German and Turkish landline networks and to the AVEA mobile network cost - as is the case with the Türk Telekom Mobile standard tariff - 5 cents per minute or SMS. Calls and SMS to other German and Turkish providers run 15 cents per minute or SMS. The offer is valid until 31 May 2013.

WunschFLAT

Screenshot Website Türk Telekom WunschFlat
Customers taking advantage of the current prepaid standard tariff in combination with the tariff options 100FLAT, 300FLAT and KankaFLAT, or a contract rate from Türk Telekom Mobile, can add on WunschFLAT. Free calls to a German mobile network of one's choice (Telekom, Vodafone or E-Plus) are included in the monthly option price of 5 euros. Various WunschFLATs may also be used in parallel. The tariff options can be ordered easily right now by calling Türk Telekom Mobile's customer hotline or via SMS. Ayhan Ilik, General Manager at Türk Telekom Mobile: "In any case, with our existing tariffs, Türk Telekom Mobile customers can make very affordable phone calls in Germany and to Turkey. However, we'd also like to offer younger users a complete solution that most of all allows them to satisfy all their communication needs within Germany. The KankaFLAT option with its very low introductory price is aimed especially at young people so that they can stay in touch with their friends, relatives and family at all times via phone calls, SMS or over the mobile Internet." "Our goal is to tune the product portfolio to the needs of our customers and to offer them attractive products with the quality of service they're used to," says Cecile Euchenhofer, who is responsible at Telefónica in Germany for the cooperation with Türk Telekom. "With us, customers are all set for their communication needs."
Türk Telekom Group, the leading communication and convergence technology group in Turkey, provides integrated telecommunication services from PSTN and GSM to broadband internet. As of September 30, 2012; Türk Telekom group companies have 14.5 mn Fixed Access Lines, 7 mn ADSL Connections and 13.2 mn Mobile Subscribers. Group companies have a modern network infrastructure covering the whole country and offer a wide variety of services to residential and commercial customers all over Turkey. Apart from 90 % shares in Avea, one of the three GSM operators in Turkey, Türk Telekom owns 100% of wholesale data and capacity service provider company Pantel International AG and its subsidiaries, 99.9% of broadband provider TTNET, convergence technologies company Argela, IT solutions provider Innova, online education company Sebit A.Ş., online gaming company Sobee and call center company AssisTT. Türk Telekom also has an indirect minority share in Albtelecom, the Albanian incumbent telecom operator. 55% of Türk Telekom shares belong to Ojer Telekomünikasyon A.Ş. and 30% belongs to Turkish Treasury. The remaining 15% is publicly traded. Türk Telekom shares are listed in Istanbul Stock Exchange since May 2008. Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG, listed at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in the Prime Standard, and its wholly-owned, operationally active subsidiary Telefónica Germany GmbH & Co. OHG belong to Telefónica Europe and are part of the Spanish telecommunication group Telefónica S.A. The company offers its German private and business customers post-paid and prepaid mobile telecom products as well as innovative mobile data services based on the GPRS, UMTS and LTE technologies with its product brand O2. In addition, the integrated communications provider also offers DSL fixed network telephony and high-speed internet. Telefónica Europe has more than 105 million mobile and fixed network customers in Spain, Great Britain, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany.