Following Vodafone's and Deutsche Telekom's annoucements at the recent IFA of new tariffs on their mobile plans, O2 of Germany followed suite with its own new tariff plans.
O2's new tariffs will replace its existing O2 Blue Select entry-level tariffs, said the Operator.
O2's new offer will see subscribers enjoying unlimited voice calls to the O2 and E-Plus network including all partner brands as well as 100 minutes for calls to German landlines or any other German mobile phone networks for a flat rate of Euro19.99 per month. The plan is offered on the Blue Smart package, which also includes 500 MB of mobile data.
The tariff revision also saw O2's Blue Basic package now costing Euro9.99 per month, offering unlimited calls within the O2 and E-Plus network including all partner brands.
Under the new tariffs, O2 will also be providing additional data top-ups at attractive rates. O2 Blue All-in M and L plans now come with three top-ups of 250 MB that can be purchased for Euro 3 each, while the XL and Premium versions provide three top-ups of 750 MB for Euro 5 each.
Infact, all three types of plans - Smart, Basic and All-in from O2 now feature three top-ups of 100 MB for Euro 2 each.
The operator in August included EU-Roaming flat-rate in the O2 Blue All-in L, XL or Premium tariffs. Early this year, O2 introduced a new dynamic data allocation - a feature that enables automatic increase of user quota based on the user's consumption pattern over a specified tenure. The new feature introduces the bundling of initial quota with 'data snacks' whereby a user who exceeds his data threshold can take advantage of up to 3 snacks of 100MB each for Euro2 per snack.