T-Mobile Czech Republic will offer its customers new opportunities for unlimited access to the internet and WAP via GPRS. Customers who need to be connected very often or permanently will be able to choose from two variants starting on 4 February. The tariff offering unlimited internet access will be available on a separate SIM card or as an addition to the existing tariff plan.
"For a growing number of users, internet connection via a mobile is becoming commonplace or a necessity. To satisfy the needs of such users, we have now decided to further extend our range of data services. Everyone can thus access the internet without being afraid of exceeding any limits and further charges," T-Mobile spokesman Jiro Hajek explains.
GPRS Unlimited supplements the existing range of GPRS tariffs and customers can activate it on their standard voice tariff. For the monthly fee of CZK 999, they thus obtain the possibility of unlimited internet and WAP access irrespective of the length of time and volume of data transmitted.
The new Tariff Data Unlimited is a suitable solution for users who need to have one SIM card exclusively, or almost exclusively, for data transmissions, as they will obtain another, separate SIM card when activating the new tariff. For the monthly fee, customers will obtain unlimited internet access without having to pay any extra fees. All customers can thus activate the Tariff Data Unlimited irrespective of whether and which service they use to make calls. Furthermore, when signing a two-year contract, it is possible to take advantage of the offer of a subsidized phone or data card. With one phone or data card, the customer can be permanently connected and use the other phone to make standard calls.
Customers still have the chance to obtain unlimited internet access for CZK 699 per month. Each customer who activates T-Mobile GPRS Business by 3 February will be able to download data without any limitations for the above monthly fee until the end of June this year. "We first presented this attractive offer to our customers in early December. Since then, the number of GPRS Business users has grown by more than five times. Comparing the total volume of data traffic in our network, data traffic at peak times has increased to about eight times the value of the previous period," Jiro Hajek adds.