Germany and Turkey united in one card

Telefónica Germany and Türk Telekom present first tariff

-Telephoning and texting from just 5 cents a minute within Germany and Turkey
-One tariff addresses all individual customer needs
MUNICH. Merhaba Türkiye/hallo Deutschland - As of now, the more than three million Turks living in Germany can call Turkish and German landline numbers and within the German O2 and Turkish Avea networks from just 5 cents a minute. With this new tariff, Telefónica Germany and Türk Telekom are introducing their first joint service to the market.
It doesn't matter whether a customer is in Germany or in Turkey - the cost of phoning, texting and surfing the mobile Internet will stay low. Three different tariffs are available to choose from, and each of them has been tailored to the different needs of customers. "Now there's just one card for all your mobile calls," says René Schuster, CEO of Telefónica Germany. "Our new joint tariff will surprise the market. It is now possible to make calls to and from Turkey and within Germany at a very attractive price - and all of this with just one SIM card."
Emphasizing Türk Telekom Group's position as a regional brand, Türk Telekom Group CEO Hakam Kanafani said that this strategic cooperation with Telefónica Germany is part of Türk Telekom Group's continuing 'smart expansion' strategy. Noting that Türk Telekom Mobile is the second project launched with Telefónica Germany after the introduction of Alice Dünyam in 2010, Mr. Kanafani continued: "We take great pleasure in deepening our cooperation with one of the leading telecommunication companies in the world, and look forward to drawing on each other's experience in various strategic areas. We are always impressed with the German's Telco market and we are eager to showcase part of our Turkish ingenuity and creative services."
The new tariff is available as a prepaid version. The version without package costs 5 cents per SMS or per minute for phone calls to German and Turkish landlines as well as to the O2 and Türk Telekom subsidiary Avea networks. The monthly package provides the same service as a flatrate. Depending on the per-minute billing package chosen for phone calls and text messages outside of the Türk Telekom network, a monthly package either costs 20 Euros (100 minutes included) or 30 Euros (300 minutes included). For mobile Internet, a fee of 30 cents per megabyte applies to all tariffs within Germany and Turkey.

Price list Türk Telekom Mobile

And there's another way to save in Turkey. Customers who use the widespread "TTNET WiFi" network with over 8,000 WiFi internet hotspots get 600 minutes a month absolutely free. All incoming calls from Germany are also free while subscribers are in Turkey. Customers also have the practical option of being able to sign up for a tailored text messaging package or Internet flatrate. Even soccer fans have something to look forward to: with a special add-on package, they can keep up-to-date on the results of the 1. (Süper Lig) and 2. Turkish Lig. This new telephone tariff is available now and is distributed via partners that are specialists in addressing the Turkish population resident in Germany. More on the tariffs and booking options can be found at:
Telefónica Germany GmbH & Co. OHG and its brands O2 and Alice belong to Telefónica Europe and are part of the Spanish telecommunication group Telefónica S.A. The Company offers its German private and business customers postpaid and prepaid mobile telecom products as well as innovative mobile data services based on the GPRS and UMTS technologies. In addition, the integrated communications provider also offers DSL fixed network telephony and high-speed internet. According to a network test by "connect" magazine (edition 12/10), the O2 network is top of the list when it comes to reliable file downloads and champion in the telephony category. In the overall result the company is on second position. Telefónica Europe has more than 57 million mobile and fixed network customers in Great Britain, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany.