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Vodafone announces new flat-rate data roaming tariff
Posted: 14-Mar-2007 [Source: Vodafone]

[Vodafone announces European cutomers using mobile-enabled laptops can roam abroad for a flat rate fee of 12 Euro a day replacing the 'per Megabyte' tariffs.]

Vodafone announces today that customers in Europe will be able to surf the internet, check e-mail and access their business network when roaming abroad for a flat rate fee of only Euro 12 for every day of use.

The tariff will be available to Vodafone customers with mobile-enabled laptops from 1 July 2007 and will significantly lower the cost of data roaming for business customers and consumers alike.

Tariff details

The new tariff replaces complex 'per Megabyte' tariffs with a simple flat fee for practically unlimited data usage. The daily tariff enables Vodafone customers to send or receive data at ease within a 24 hour period or one calendar day (depending on the Vodafone market) for a fixed fee of Euro 12 (excluding VAT). The fixed fee covers consumption within either a 24 hour period or a calendar day, up to 50 MB of data, after which the customer's standard per-megabyte rate applies.

Vodafone will launch the tariff across the majority of its European footprint, including its principal European markets, on 1 July. It will be introduced into the remaining European markets soon thereafter.

As with Vodafone Passport there is no activation charge for opting into the daily roaming tariff.

The Euro 12 (excluding VAT) flat rate tariff is applicable when a Vodafone customer is roaming on Vodafone subsidiary networks in Europe. Should a customer roam onto another network then standard per megabyte charging will apply.

Wholesale data rates

Vodafone also announces that from 1 July 2007 it will enter into reciprocal wholesale arrangements with any other European operator or operator Groups at a new lower wholesale rate for data roaming. In doing so, Vodafone is seeking to lower its own costs and increase overall activity in the data roaming market within the European Union. Vodafone expects this initiative to result in significantly lower data roaming costs for customers of both Vodafone and its competitors.

The new rates that Vodafone will offer other network operators are as follows: - for small sessions of up to a maximum of 200 Kb of data, the charge will be a maximum of Euro 0.50 - for sessions above 200 Kb, the rate will be Euro 0.50 per Mb.

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