Mobile operators compete in offering unlimited data for students. After O2, Vodafone came up with a new offer, which will offer unlimited mobile dating for 599 crowns a month to people under the age of 26 from Monday, the company announced in a press release.
In September, O2 introduced unlimited data for young customers for CZK 749 per month. This is CZK 350 less than the company’s lowest current tariff. Competitive T-Mobile has the My Student tariff for young people, which costs 100 minutes of calling and 17 GB of data for CZK 575 per month, unlimited calling and 17 GB of data for CZK 725.
Vodafone’s student tariff # jetovtobě has so far offered unlimited calls as well as SMS, Social Pass and 15 GB of data for 499 crowns per month.
“Recent months have shown that time is unpredictable and challenging. That’s why we want to support our students with a tariff with unlimited data, it’s a way to education and entertainment anywhere. We also know from our internal data that student data consumption is still rising and that was why why we created this tariff, “said Tereza Bernardová, who is in charge of the student platform.
Vodafone Czech Republic has been a part of one of the largest telecommunications groups in the world, the Vodafone Group, since 2005. It provides services to more than 3.9 million customers in the Czech Republic.