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Swisscom Mobile announces tariffs and WLAN Locations

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Swisscom Mobile has announced yesterday the tariffs and the locations of the initial 80 Hotspots to the public.

The service will be free from 02.12. - 31.12.2002. From 1.1.2003 Swisscom will charge the following tariffs:

Prices (valid as of 1st January 2003)

1.) With a Value Card from Swisscom Mobile
Value Card for 2 hours* CHF 19.00
Value Card for 24 hours* CHF 48.00
*Duration runs uninterrupted as of the first log on.
Value Cards are available from all Hotspots and at Swisscom Shops.

2.) With a Swisscom Mobile NATEL® subscription
If you already have a Swisscom Mobile subscription, the service is conveniently billed via the NATEL® bill. (This does not apply to NATEL® easy customers, who need to purchase a Value Card to use Public Wireless LAN). Prices will be communicated in time.

For more information see Swisscom Mobile Public WLAN

 

Posted on Thursday, 28 November 2002 by admin