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I have. Mobile: the new offer with 40GB and unlimited minutes for € 7.99

I have. Mobile, the new virtual operator of Vodafone, presented today the new offer dedicated to all its new users. The promotion is a clear response to Iliad, which only a few days ago announced its new tariff that offers 40GB for 6.99 euros a month. That of Ho. Almost identical furniture, but at a slightly higher price. If you don't know Ho.Mobile, you can read our article to find out what it is and how to activate it.

I have. Mobile presents its new promotion with 30 GB in 4G for just 7.99 euros a month. But beware …

clear that Ho. Mobile is causing his direct competitor Iliad or running after him, offering similar offers. The new rate of the virtual operator Vodafone, in fact, practically identical to that of the new French operator. The only difference of Ho is in the price, which turns out to be 1 more and salt a 7.99 euros per month. A figure that still remains very advantageous, especially considering that the new virtual operator can guarantee better coverage as it relies on the Vodafone network.

I have. Mobile new offer

In summary, the new tariff of Ho. Mobile, operator connected to Vodafone proposes, to a monthly cost of 7.99:

  • unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited SMS
  • 40GB in 4G
  • zero extra costs
  • 9.99 of activation

The offer therefore remains very attractive, even if there is a detail that should not be underestimated. I have. Mobile, in fact, has declared that the 4G internet speed with this new tariff limited, coming to a maximum of 30 Mbps in upload and download, half of the speed that was allowed by the first offer. A compromise that many might not accept, but others would not even notice. It depends how you use the internet and what the needs of each user are, you definitely can't watch 4K movies. Note that some 3G connections with HSDPA + technology are faster than Vodafone's 4G Basic.

If you are already a Ho customer. at a rate of 6.99, you can switch to the new rate, saving 1, but at this point I don't know if it's worth it, considering that 4G is "choked" with this offer.