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FLAT: German E-Plus to launch the first German UMTS and GPRS Flat-Tariff
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 29.08.05 - 12:33:19 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 10045x
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According to, E-Plus, the 3rd largest GSM and UMTS carrier in Germany, is going to release a new flat-tariff which can be used in both E-Plus networks - GPRS and UMTS.
As leaked today in an advertisement, E-Plus will introduce the new plan from 1st September with a - so far - limited validation until end of this year.
According to, the flat-fee will be available for 39,95 Euro with a minimum contract length of 3 months only. After the first three month, the plan can be canceled daily.

Unfortunately you need a standard plan also to book the flat-fee in addition too which means you have to subscribe for a 24 months contract anyway and - according to the advertisement - VoIP can not be used/isn't allowed to be used.
E-Plus denied to comment so far but it's expected to be announced at IFA Consumer Fair this week.

Cheers ~ Arne

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