News | Wednesday, 04 February 2009

Melita Mobile announces prices up to 30% cheaper

Launched last Sunday, Melita mobile introduced call-rates slashed by up to 30 per cent. True to its promise to be cheaper, simpler and better, Melita Mobile is rocking the mobile services market in Malta with rates up to 30 per cent cheaper, full services, nationwide coverage and international roaming services.
Charges on the Melita Mobile network are based on one single call rate, at any time and any day to any fixed or mobile local network thus avoiding complicated tariff structures and call rates which vary according to time and day.
Melita Mobile Pay monthly plans begin from as low as €15 a month with the added benefit of using the monthly subscribtion fee against any mobile service, not just voice calls. A great selection of free 3G mobile phones is available for subscribers switching to Melita Mobile.
Melita Mobile is also breaking away from the current practice of fixed time windows on usage of pre-paid top-up mobile credit. Pre-paid plans on Melita Mobile have no time window and no time limit for usage.
Melita’s simpler and more transparent tariffs make it easier for customers to understand what they are paying for. Moreover, pay monthly mobile tariff plans bind customers for a shorter period than the current practice - 15 months as opposed to 24 months.
In addition to savings of up to 30% on mobile call rates, subscribers who make the switch to Melita Mobile in February, will also receive one free month of mobile usage to all local numbers, a free 3G mobile phone, and free credit when topping-up.
The eagerly awaited Melita Mobile price plans and tariffs were unveiled by Mr. Stephen Wright, Melita’s Chief Operations Officer, during a press conference held this morning in Valletta. Prime Minister Dr. Lawrence Gonzi inaugurated Melita’s new mobile service in the presence of Mr. Philip Micallef, Executive Chairman of the Malta Communications Authority and other senior Melita representatives.


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