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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