More GB every year: Simplytel gives o2 tariffs a free data volume upgrade
Monday, 02/27/2023, 16:13
More data volume for the same price: With the mobile discounter Simplytel, customers can look forward to up to five GB of extra data every year without having to pay a single cent more. The growing tariffs cost between EUR 4.99 per month for 3 GB LTE and EUR 19.99 for 20 GB. However, the offer is only valid until tomorrow at 11:00 a.m.
Inexpensive tariff alternative to o2 Grow
Loyalty bonuses tend to be the exception with mobile phone contracts and can usually only be negotiated by threatening or submitting a termination. At Simplytel you can not only use this procedure, but also save a lot of money. The Drillisch discounter currently has four mobile phone tariffs on offer, which – based on the model of the Telefónica tariff o2 Grow – more data volume every year receive. You pay a fixed monthly amount and get between 1 and 5 GB on top every twelve months.
The following tariffs are currently available:
- 3 GB LTE Plus + 1 GB on top for 4.99 euros per month
- 10 GB LTE Plus + 2 GB on top for 9.99 euros per month
- 15 GB LTE Plus + 4 GB on top for 14.99 euros per month
- 20 GB LTE Plus + 5 GB on top for 19.99 euros per month
However, the prices apply only if ordered by Tuesday, February 28, 2023 at 11:00 a.m . For example, if you opt for the cheapest tariff, you pay 4.99 euros per month and get 3 GB of LTE data volume. From the second year standing monthly 4 GB are already available, from the third year 5 GB per month and so on – until you cancel. The monthly fee does not increase.
By the way: With a minimum term of 24 months, the provision price does not apply. If, on the other hand, you want to remain flexible and be able to cancel monthly, you have to pay a one-off fee of 19.99 euros.
Surfing with up to 50 MBit/s in the LTE network from o2
Compared to the tariffs of the other Drillisch brands, the conditions hardly differ. So uses too Simplytel that LTE internet from o2 or. Telefonica with a maximum download speed of 50Mbps or up to 32 MBit/s in the upload. Fortunately, there is no data automatic here that charges additional data volume. If the monthly inclusive volume is used up, the transmission rate is throttled directly to 16 kbit/s.
All tariffs also include a Allnet flat rate for telephony and SMS transmission to all German networks (except for service and special numbers). Thanks to EU roaming the domestic conditions are also available to you in other countries of the European Union. The number portability you can either apply for it during the order or later in the “Service World” (up to 85 days after deactivation of the old contract).
10 GB LTE Plus: Tariff recommendation for less than 10 euros
- 10 GB LTE data volume
- Action: 2 GB more data volume every year (monthly)
- up to 50 MBit/s in download and 32 MBit/s in upload
- Telefónica network
- Telephony and SMS flat rate
- EU roaming
- tethering possible
- can be canceled monthly (19.99 euros connection price)
24 months minimum contract term (0 Euro)
- Price: permanently 9.99 instead of 14.99 euros per month
- easy phone number portability
That says CHIP to the growing Simplytel tariffs
Compared to the other Drillisch offers Simplytel does not have quite as much data volume, but that is put into perspective after a few years: customers receive 1 to 5 GB every twelve months, while the price remains the same. However, the 3 GB could be a bit meager for daily use, which is why we recommend the 10 GB variant. 12 GB are available monthly after one year, 14 GB after two years and even 20 GB after five years, i.e. double the data volume. This continues until you cancel.
Incidentally, when you sign the contract you have the choice between a minimum term of 24 months or a monthly cancellation option for a one-off price of EUR 19.99. Anyone who can manage with a certain monthly data volume should also take a look at the other Drillisch offers. You can find these and a few others in our tariff comparison.
The original of this article “Simplytel donates o2 tariffs free data volume upgrade” comes from chip.de.