T-Mobile-Netz

BigSIM: HSDPA-Flatrate für 19,95 Euro

Ein Mobilfunk-Discounter nach dem anderen nimmt eine Daten-Flatrate ins Programm - vor allem im Umfeld des Mobilfunk Service Providers Drillisch. Jetzt zieht auch BigSIM mit der Daten-Flatrate BigSIM Data nach - zu den üblichen Konditionen.

Die Mindestvertragslaufzeit beträgt 9 Monate. In den ersten 3 Monaten wird keine Grundgebühr berechnet, danach dann 19,95 Euro. Rechnet man noch die Einrichtungsgebühr von 24,95 Euro ein, dann kommt man auf eine durchschnittliche monatliche Gebühr von 16,07 Euro.

BigSMS nutzt das HSDPA-Netz von T-Mobile
BigSMS nutzt das HSDPA-Netz von T-Mobile
Länger als die Mindestlaufzeit sollte man den Vertrag auch nicht halten, da ab dem 10. Monat eine monatliche Grundgebühr von 29,95 Euro berechnet wird.

7,2 Mbit/s im HSDPA-Netz von T-Mobile

In diesem Fall sollte man aber auf das Kartenpfang von 29,65 Euro vorbereitet sein. Dieses wird bei Vertragsende eingezogen und erst nach Rücksendung der SIM-Karte erstattet.

Genutzt wird das HSDPA-Netz von T-Mobile, in dem Downloads mit bis zu 7,2 Mbit/s möglich sind. Nach einem Datenverbrauch von 5 Gigabyte wird die Geschwindigkeit jedoch auf 64 kbit/s im Download und 16 kbit/s im Upload gedrosselt.

Auf Wunsch erhält man auch ein Datenmodem in Form eines USB-Sticks für 59 Euro dazu. Es handelt es sich dabei um den T-Mobile web'n'walk Stick IV.


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20. October 2009 | 18:18 Uhr | Peter Giesecke | Trackback

Tags: T-Mobile-Netz, BigSIM, Flexishop, HSDPA-Flatrate, Daten-Flatrate, UMTS-Flatrate, Kartenpfand, Drillisch


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