T-Mobile Poland has announced that it has launched special deals to deliver users with the newest tablets, larger data packages and family packs. The package prices comprise these gadgets - a tablet, a router and data bundle, and the deals are available from a monthly subscription of PLN 49.99 along with a pledge for a 30-month period.
The company s network covers 92% of the people and they can enjoy internet at the speeds 21 Mbps (UMTS 900) or 42 Mbps (UMTS 2100). T-Mobile Poland is offering a group of two tablets and a router in two plans, which are available from PLN 1 down payment with a commitment for a 30-month period. Customers will have to shell out PLN 69.99 on a monthly basis for two Pentagram Quadra 7 Ultra Slim tablets plus a Wi-Fi router and data allowance of 5 GB. The monthly price of two Modecom FreeTab 1001 tablets, a ZTE MF60 Wi-Fi router and 10 GB is PLN 89.99. The telecom firm is giving a concession of PLN 10 on the monthly subscription to the existing customers of the company.
The company has offered numerous tablets for consumers wanting a Wi-Fi tablet with internet connectivity. They will have to shell out PLN 49.99, PLN 59.99 and PLN 69.99 per month to pick the Prestigio Multipad 7.0, Pro Duo, Modecom FreeTab 1001 and Asus Memo Pad 10. Similar to the deposit requirement for the two tablets, these devices also need a deposit of PLN 1 with a pledge for 30 months.
Consumers opting for a device with a 3G modem will be able to select the 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for a monthly subscription of PLN 89.99 and can enjoy a data package of 10 GB a month. The 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 equipped with 5 GB data allowance can be pledged for PLN 59.99 per month.
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