International Packs from O2 Business:Make international calls for less

MUNICH. On 3 July, O2 Business is adding new options to its growing mobile portfolio: International Pack 60 and 120 Professional. Self-employed people, freelancers and companies can now make especially cheap calls to international fixed and mobile networks.
From July, O2 is giving business customers the option of even cheaper telephone calls to international fixed and mobile networks when they sign up to International Pack 60 Professional. The monthly basic fee of just 8.40 Euros net includes the first 60 minutes of calls. O2 Business customers signing up to International Pack 120 Professional for 12.60 euros net per month can make calls for as little as 0.11 euros net per minute. These tariff options are valid for calls to selected countries in the EU, to Switzerland, Turkey, Russia and North America. You can add these options to all O2 Blue Professional tariffs.
"Self-employed people, freelancers and companies are building more international business relationships than ever," says Marc Irmisch, Vice President Small & Medium Enterprises & SoHo Business at Telefónica Germany. "When you make international business calls - regardless of whether you call someone on their smartphone or a landline - the cost quickly adds up. With our International Packs, O2 Business customers can now make especially cheap international calls".
Telefónica Germany GmbH & Co. OHG, together with its brand O2, is part of Telefónica Europe and is a company of the Spanish telecommunications group Telefónica S.A. The company offers both its private and business customers in Germany post- and prepaid mobile communications products, along with innovative mobile data services on the basis of GPRS and UMTS technology. As an integrated communications provider, the company also offers DSL landline telephony and high-speed Internet services. Telefónica Europe has more than 105 million mobile and landline customers in Spain, the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Germany.