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La Poste Mobile draws a 19.90 euros package with subsidized smartphone

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La Poste Mobile draws a 19.90 euros package with subsidized smartphone



The operator has reached 800,000 mobile customers between its launch in May 2011 and September 2013.

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The operator La Poste Mobile announced Wednesday the launch of unlimited mobile offering to 19.90 euros, aligning with the market price, but including a subsidized smartphone, while its competitors offer this price for an offer without telephone, ie "single sim".

La Poste Mobile, which reached 800,000 mobile customers between its launch in May 2011 and September 2013, offers a package since Tuesday with calls, SMS, MMS Unlimited, one hour of international calls and 300 Mega with internet access smartphone included for 19.90 euros per month. Offer valid to commit to 24 months, as a classic subsidized offer, and is limited to two smartphones: the Sony Xperia M and the Samsung Galaxy Y.

"The first mobile package with unlimited everything included in price"

"This offer is open to the general public, including beginners people with a smartphone, and meets the majority of uses," argued the CEO of La Poste Mobile Marc Zemmour, during a press conference. "It ' is the first mobile package with unlimited everything included in price "imposed by Free, he assured.

Free Mobile entered the mobile market in early 2012 by cutting prices including an offer "sim-only" unlimited everything to 19.90 euros per month on which its competitors have gradually aligned, tilting much of the market to offers no subscription and no phone. However, nearly two years after the arrival of Free, all operators, including Free, seeking to reintroduce the purchase of a phone in offers, credit or partially subsidized to renew the mobile fleet of French .

This offer with mobile subsidized in principle limited in time, until November 9, however, could be extended, depending on the reception it has received by then, according to La Poste Mobile. La Poste Mobile, a joint venture between La Poste Group (51%) and SFR (Vivendi) (49%) it uses mobile networks, aims to reach one million customers at the end of 2013.

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