O2 Blue Unlimited

Unlimited calls and surfing with your smartphone

-Flatrate for calls to all German networks, surfing and texting
-O2 Blue Unlimited Flex without a fixed contract term
MUNICH. Telefónica Germany is offering smartphone users a new full package: starting 2 August 2011, O2 will be extending its popular Blue tariffs with the new O2 Blue Unlimited offer. The introductory price will be 60 euros per month, instead of the usual 70 euros. Customers who conclude a 24-month contract will receive a triple flatrate for calls, surfing and SMS messages.
The following alternatives are also available: O2 Blue Unlimited Flex with no fixed minimum contract term and, for just 10 euros more per month, O2 Blue Unlimited with a mobile phone (O2 Blue Unlimited mit Aktionshandy). All three tariff versions include an Internet flatrate with a surf speed of up to 7.2 MBit/s for 1 GB data volume. A telephone flatrate for calls to the national landline network and all German mobile networks rounds off the offer perfectly. Customers can also comfortably pay for a suitable smartphone on all Blue tariffs that come without a mobile phone by using the O2 My Handy model. They make a one-time deposit and can then choose between a 12 or 24 months payment by installments.
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.