Tele2 gives terabytes of Internet traffic to owners of new iPhones tele2 russia international
Tele2, the alternative mobile operator, is offering a nice bonus for owners of new Apple smartphones. Users of popular Tele2 tariff plans will receive 1 TB of Internet traffic as a gift. It will be a profitable addition to the purchase of the latest iPhone models and will allow customers to enjoy all the benefits of Tele2’s high-speed mobile Internet.
From November 30, 2020 to January 10, 2021, the owners of the new iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 Mini models will receive 1 TB of traffic from Tele2. The gift can be used by new and existing subscribers of the tariffs “My Online”, “My Online +” in all regions of the operator’s presence, as well as “Everywhere online”, “Everywhere online +” presented in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The promotion allows participants to use 1 TB of mobile Internet at 4G speeds for free.
This amount of Internet traffic is enough to upload 250,000 photos taken with a 12-megapixel camera to social networks, watch over 500 hours of HD video, download 6.5 million Word, PDF and presentation files.
The traffic volume will be added to the existing package automatically from the moment the customer starts using communication services on the new iPhone. The promotional terabyte of the Internet is valid until December 15, 2021 or until the volume is exhausted.
Oleg Reshetin, director of strategic development of the Tele2 product portfolio: “Smartphones have replaced many devices – laptops, TVs, cameras, e-books, watches, tablets. When buying a new gadget, users are interested in its versatility. At the same time, fast mobile Internet allows you to evaluate all the capabilities of new smartphones. We congratulate the owners of the new iPhone models and make them a present – a terabyte of mobile Internet for a year. Thanks to the high-speed 4G from Tele2, wherever convenient, users can listen to podcasts and music, watch high-definition videos, play games, shop, download e-books and audiobooks, and much more that has become commonplace with smartphones.”