Bouygues Telecom Launches 4G for Students

Bouygues Telecom Launches 4G for Students

Certainly, Bouygues Telecom never ceases to monopolize the news. On October 1, the company announced the opening of its 4G network to 63% of the French population. A week after unveiling its offer 4G, the operator adds a new offer, as expected, with a relatively aggressive price. Today, it is the students who are directly affected.

This limited edition ( until November 30 ) consists of packages ‘data – only’ Bbox Nomad, ie 4G to connect a laptop or tablet.

Three envelopes are available: 3 GB for 14.90 euros per month , 8 GB for 24.90 euros per month and 16 GB for 39.90 euros per month, all with a 24-month commitment.

The operator remits on offer at 8 GB per month will be charged 9.90 euros per month for a year before returning to 24.90 euros per month.

Bouygues does not stop there, two facilities are also offered as an option. A WiFi hotspot that can have a WiFi to allow students to have internet access to connect up to ten devices simultaneously is proposed to 9.90 euros instead of 69.90 euros via a cashback.

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