[Le Deal du Jour] The summer sales period is now over, but operators are not stopping their fight for the best non-binding offer at the best price. In this sense, Sosh now offers two new mobile plans: 50 GB at 12.99 euros per month or double for only 3 euros more. But, which one to choose?
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Sosh decides to please as many people as possible with its two new non-binding limited series offers. It’s simple: those who use less than 50 GB can opt for the first mobile plan at 12.99 euros per month and others who use more than 50 GB will opt for the second mobile plan at 15, 99 euros per month.
To better understand the offer
- Why choose the first Sosh limited edition package?
For its price. The $ 12.99 per month plan is the cheaper of the two, but that’s not its only advantage. It offers unlimited calls, SMS and MMS from and to Europe and the overseas departments, with a dedicated 8 GB envelope from these areas. In France, the data goes up to 50 GB (reduced speed beyond), which is more than enough to compensate for the times when you will not be able to connect to a Wi-Fi point.
- Why choose the second limited edition Sosh package?
To be more comfortable in terms of 4G data. For only 3 euros more per month, you will simply have double the data compared to the previous non-binding offer, namely 100 GB. This is a mobile plan clearly intended for those who consume a lot of streaming services on their smartphone, or at home with tethering. Calls, SMS and MMS are also unlimited from and to Europe and the DOM, with a dedicated envelope which this time climbs up to 15 GB from these previously mentioned areas.
- Is it possible to keep my current number?
It is indeed possible to keep your mobile phone number. To do this, all you have to do is provide the RIO code for your line when registering, which can be obtained by calling 3179. This process also allows you to automatically terminate your subscription with your old operator.
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