This week, those who are not engaged for several more months. At Orange, Bouygues Telecom or SFR was able to take advantage of, particularly attractive offers. Yet, if one could legitimately think that everyone today pays less than 20 dollars per month for a mobile plan, there are still cases apart.
Content For A Few Dollars
In the space of three days, SFR, Orange and Bouygues Telecom sent the ball back by proposing. To all those who were not customers at home to join them. For this, they offered attractive offers that had to convince a lot of people:
SMS package, MMS, unlimited calls and 30 GB of the internet for € 5 per month for life at RED by SFR, without commitment. Offer published on March 7th.
Sash unlimited package with 40 GB internet at 9.99 Dollars per month, no commitment, duration of one year. Offer published on March 8th.
B & You unlimited package with 20 GB of the internet for 1.99 dollar/month, without commitment, duration of one year. Offer published on March 9th.
Thus, even if two of the three offers are limited to one year. It is possible to obtain packages to less than ten dollars per month offering more than interesting content. And then, just last year, such offers have been broadcast many times (4 to 5 times per operator and per year). which makes it easy to switch from one to another before prices come to change.
Yet, even today, there are some users who pay more than 20 dollars per month of fixed price. The reasons are often the same: they subscribed to an offer including. The purchases of a smartphone at a low price but forcing them to stay with an operator. For a minimum of one year (often extended to two years). And the price they have to pay each month, for content often similar to those previously mentioned (calls, SMS, unlimited MMS and several gigs of internet access) varies between 20 and 50 dollars.
After two years, no savings are made and it often happens that these people have paid more for their device than if they had bought it without a commitment offer. So, the real question: how much do you pay each month for your mobile plan?