- New mobile plans with higher data allowances now available
- StreamOn – more than 1.5 million customers and 300 partner services
- New and exclusive for young people – unlimited surfing with MagentaMobil XL Young from just 69.95 euros
Deutsche Telekom is once again increasing the data allowance on its MagentaMobil plans. In future, mobile customers on the MagentaMobil S tariff will have 2.5 gigabytes (GB) of data at their disposal, MagentaMobil M customers 5 GB, and a huge 10 GB will be provided for the L plan. The new mobile tariffs are available with immediate effect and start from 36.95 euros per month. The price of the MagentaMobil XS starter plan will remain at 19.95 euros per month.
Play on the move with StreamOn Gaming
But it’s not just data allowances that are increasing – Deutsche Telekom is also expanding its successful StreamOn music and video streaming package with the addition of StreamOn Gaming. More than 1.5 million of Deutsche Telekom’s mobile customers already use over 300 partner services without eating into their data allowance, and that number is set to rise. The new StreamOn Gaming package is aimed at customers wanting to play while on the move and using the best network. A whole string of big-name games such as Fortnite, Clash Royale and Pokémon Go are among the partners that have been on board since the launch on August 22. StreamOn Gaming can be added to the MagentaMobil S to L plans for a monthly cost of 2.95 euros.
MagentaMobil XL – customers can now use their data allowance in Switzerland, too
The MagentaMobil XL plan introduced in spring has now also been made even better. Customers on this carefree plan with unlimited data allowance across the whole of Germany can now also use up to 23 GB of data in Switzerland, too. This applies to both new and existing customers. And there’s even more good news for everyone up to the age of 27: they can enjoy unlimited surfing with the MagentaMobil XL Young plan, which starts at 69.95 euros per month. Customers who choose a top-of-the-range smartphone will pay 89.95 euros per month. Deutsche Telekom is therefore offering the first unlimited mobile plan specifically designed for young adults.
For more information about MagentaMobil, visit: www.telekom.de/magenta-mobil
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