Are you looking for a new cell phone tariff and don’t need a smartphone? Then Logitel has the right deal ready for you. There you can currently secure a bonus of 50 euros for the contract with 10 GB LTE, Allnet and SMS flat rate in the Vodafone network. Here you get the details
Allnet flat rate with 10 GB at a bargain price at Logitel
Really good tariff deals in the Vodafone network are rare. It is all the more gratifying when a cheap offer turns up. At Logitel you currently get the “Flat L” tariff from Allmobil for 7.99 euros per month and without connection price (view offer at Logitel). The tariff includes an Allnet and SMS flat rate as well 10GB LTE-Data volume in Vodafonenetwork and if you take your number with you, there is one 50 euros credit on top.
If 10 GB is not enough, you can alternatively get the “Flat XL” tariff with 14 GB data volume for 11.99 euros per month, but you pay a one-time provision fee of 9.99 euros here.
All important details of the tariffs at a glance:
|tariff name||Allmobile Flat L||Allmobile Flat XL|
|Basic fee per month||7.99 euros||11.99 euros|
|network||Vodafone (LTE up to 21.6 MBit/s)|
|Allnet/SMS flat rate||Included (EU roaming)|
|minimum term||24 Months|
|deployment fee||Free||9.99 euros|
|Change bonus when you take your phone number with you||50 Euros|
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For whom is the SIM-only bargain in the Vodafone network worthwhile?
The Allmobil tariff is worthwhile for everyone who is looking for a cheap mobile phone tariff in the Vodafone network and has no problem with being tied to a provider for 24 months. In terms of price, the offer can hardly be beaten. However, you have to make compromises when it comes to the LTE speed. While 21.6 Mbit/s is perfectly adequate for surfing, streaming and all other common applications, there are many other SIM-only tariffs on the market that offer at least 50 Mbit/s in downloads. However, since they use the o2 network, the all-mobile offer is mainly aimed at those of you who prefer the Vodafone network.
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