First 4G subscription Tele2 has 20GB data bundle and costs 113 euros per month




The first 4G subscription Tele2 has a data limit of 20GB, a limit above those of its larger competitors. It’s going to provide a business plan that seems the only provider to meet the terms of the frequency auction.

The plan is intended only for business customers, which in addition to an amount of 113 euros per month in addition a gold version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 have to buy from 599 euros. The subscription provides unlimited calling in addition to a data bundle of 20GB and texting within the Netherlands.

Tele2 says that it deliberately is an expensive subscription and compares the business customers who already switching with ‘explorers’. “As in history have often proved his explorations very expensive, but they pave the way for all who follow so that they can benefit from all the new discoveries and possibilities.”

The provider must be start offering a 4G subscription, because it was in terms of the auction in which it bought the required frequency space. By giving a subscription price so high it knows provider sure there will be few customers and the network over the next few months will remain quiet while the provider is still building.

The only clue to the strategy to be followed by Tele2 4G is the data collection of 20GB; the highest data bundle at a large provider is currently 10GB T-Mobile. Tele2 has already hinted that it wants to work with much larger data bundles. Tele2’s strategy can lead to changes in prices and conditions other providers and as a price war unleash on the Dutch market. All customers of the provider gain from March access to the 4G network.


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