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Vodafone Mobile

cat June 22nd, 2014 by Virtual Keeper

Comparison of flat-rate and prepaid and its providers also now just before Christmas make your last Christmas shopping many people. In the many countless mobile phone shops, customers can make more attractive offers and your loved one or even a happy self. The 4 major operators (02, Vodafone, E-Plus, T-Mobile) have that specializes in the longer term is to bind to each customer, because the competitor in the prepaid have become providers and discount stores over the last years in our society. For which network provider the individual now chooses to customize the phone and surfing habits. The customer is a constant user of his phone or mobile Internet, so this will be decided at best for one of the major network providers. These offer a so-called “flat rate” in all networks and Internet connection. The purchaser, an unlimited number of minutes and unlimited data volume is guaranteed and provided. The customer pays a monthly sum of money and can then immediately take advantage of this tariff.

With the acquisition of this flat rate, the user enters a contractual relationship for a limited period of time. Usually involves a period of 24 months. After termination of the contract, the ownership of the mobile and co. on the customer passes. After these 2 years, can the customer bind still against an attractive offer of the network provider to this or switch to another provider. The downside of a contractual binding here is obvious.

With the conclusion of the contract, the customer is limited in its flexibility. To change the behavior of the phone or the wide range of offers by other providers the contractual partner can just don’t change because the customer has set bound. It would be him only the alternative to a second contract and have thus duplicate costs. The advantage of a contractual binding is here in the acquisition of a right hardware to the collective. With conclusion of the contract the operator for a low monthly fee offer the suitable mobile phone or laptop etc. Image license by flickr.com (yutaka tsutano) Annaberg

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