New tariff options: Low-cost global Internet access and international phone calls with O2 Business
MUNICH. O2 Business has revised its mobile tariff plans for roaming and phone calls abroad. Business customers can benefit from the new reduced rates and full cost transparency from 3 December. The new offers include flat rates for Internet use abroad and tariff options for roaming calls and calls to other countries.
With the new data tariff plans, roaming customers can choose a flat rate for a day or for a whole month. The Internet Day Pack Travel comprises 30 megabytes per day at full speed. Depending on the country of use, the service costs 2, 15 or 40 euros net. The Internet Pack EU (150 MB) is ideal for business customers who travel often within Europe: The plan includes a data flat rate with 150 megabytes at full speed for 10 euros net per month. The same data volume is also available for global use as part of the Internet Pack World (150 MB), which also offers 150 megabytes at full speed. This plan costs just 50 euros net per month and can be used in any country that has a roaming agreement with Telefónica Deutschland.
"Many business customers are still afraid of the excessive costs of using their mobiles abroad," says Marc Irmisch, Vice President Small & Medium Enterprises & SoHo Business at Telefónica in Germany. "Our new tariff plans put an end to this problem. Business customers have exactly what they need in full cost transparency and low-cost tariff plans worldwide". There are also two new tariff plans for business customers to lower the cost of international calls: The International Pack 120 is ideal for making calls from Germany to mobile and landline networks in Europe, North America, Russia and Turkey. The plan includes 120 free minutes per month for 10 euros net. And for business customers who often travel internationally, the Roaming Pack World 120 is ideal as it gives them 120 minutes per month to make and receive calls from and to any country in the world for 35 euros net. This applies to all countries that have a roaming agreement with Telefónica Deutschland. O2 Business makes it possible. For more information about the new plans, visit: http://www.o2business.de/auslandsoptionen All questions regarding the new offers get of course answered by our social media business customer service at Twitter, XING and Facebook.
|* Which countries belong to "world zone 1"? World zone 1: EU and special countries: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, French Guiana, Gibraltar, Greece, Guadeloupe, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Martinique, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Réunion, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and Vatican City. ** Which countries belong to "world zone 2"? World zone 2: USA, Canada, additional European countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Faroe Islands, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey. *** Which countries belong to "world zone 3"? World zone 3: the rest of the world. All other countries with whom Telefónica Deutschland has an international roaming agreement. You can view the updated list of countries at www.o2business.de/international.|
|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.|