Within the avalanche of news in the rates prepaid we’re seeing the last few weeks, the whose minutes rates also apply to talk to international destinations they have increasingly greater prominence in the segment prepaid so Vodafone It has reinforced its proposal to deal with the alternatives of Orange, Jazztel, MÁSMOVIL, CSF, Digi, Hits Mobile, Lyca or Lebara with a clear advantage: power build up the minutes and MB not consumed.
Until now Vodafone had rate international voice calls to abroad from 1.20 cents the minute and with the possibility of supplementing it with a 300 MB optional bonus that ever was shorter for smartphone users, and for them, the operator has launched the new rate international Smartphone that includes 1 GB at maximum speed and 60 minutes to speak with up to 35 international destinations for 15 euros.
Between the our destinations in the rate are Germany, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Korea South, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, United States of America, Finland, France, Greece, Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, UK, Romania, Singapore and Venezuela but You can also talk with other 65 countries from 1.20 cents per minute (more 30.25 cents of establishment).
A rate that you can save in 35 destinations including call setting, navigate to reduced speed of 32 Kbps if you overcome the giga, send messages by 18.15 cents/SMS national or 72.60 cents/SMS international and with which you earn the minutes and MB not consumed of the month whenever you renew early rate, i.e., before 30 days after entry into force of the tariff.
It will be this attractive enough advantage to deal with rates as the Jazztel that includes 1 GB and 100 minutes for 10 euros?