Now you can absolutely free call and send text messages home to Denmark during summer travels with Telenor’s “Free+” subscriptions.
Telenor takes today compete with phone company 3 by introducing free speech and text, respectively, in the Nordic region and all 28 EU Member States according to the “Free +” subscription, customers have. It writes Telenor in a press release.
If you have the two smallest “Free+” subscriptions with either 3 or 8 GB of data, you no longer need worry about an expensive Mobile Bill, if you are going on a summer holiday in Scandinavia. Here removes Telenor for the expensive roaming fees for voice and text messages in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.
Telenor can also delight you with, to the 3 and 8 GB of data in the two subscriptions now upgraded to respectively 5 and 10 GB of data without changes of prices. FREE+ 5 GB will cost 179 dollars, while continued FREE + 10 GB costs 199 dollars.
Also applies to the EUROPEAN UNION with the largest subscription
If you have the largest “Free+”-subscription with Telenor with 20 GB of data, there is even better news ahead. Here you not only get the same free speech and text in the above countries 4. It also applies throughout the EU, which counts the following 25 additional countries:
Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and Austria.
In the largest subscription you will also not scammed for an upgrade of the data volume, where the existing 20 GB to 30 GB now – again with unchanged prices. The price for the largest subscription, FREE+ 30 GB, sounds at 299 dollars.
Increased competition for free overseas usage
Thus intensified competition among the Danish telecommunications companies to offer usage in the many uthlande without customers should fear a sky-high Mobile Bill.
3 has with its 3LikeHome-arrangement in now 1 year offered voice, data and SMS around the world free of charge and are for just one week ago added 5 additional countries to the collection, which now counts 24 countries.