You want a new MacBook Air and your data volume is constantly running out? Then the current o2 offer could be interesting: You get the slim Apple notebook with M1 chip including unlimited tariff at a reduced price plus 100 euros exchange bonus. GIGA does the math and reveals for whom the deal is worthwhile.
Apple MacBook Air + Unlimited tariff + 100 euro exchange bonus at o2
Due to the corona pandemic, a lot has not only happened in the world of work. Schools and universities have also shifted their teaching to the digital world. If you still lack the necessary hardware for this, you should stop by o2 right now. You can get this from the mobile operator Apple MacBook Air 13 with M1 chip (8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD) in combination with the “Free Unlimited Max” tariff for around 65 euros per month. In addition, there are one-off costs of 23.99 euros (additional payment + shipping), the connection price does not apply.
The tariff includes an all-network / SMS flat rate as well as unlimited data volume and can be used via a mobile router (available separately) with the MacBook Air or, of course, your smartphone. If you take your phone number with you, you will still receive a special offer 100 euro exchange bonus for free, which are credited to the mobile phone bill over 20 months with 5 euros each.
The costs of the tariff at a glance:
- Monthly basic fee: 24 × 64.99 euros
- One-time additional payment for the MacBook Air: 19 euros
- Connection price: free
- Shipping costs: 4.99 euros
- Total costs after a 24-month contract period: 1,583.75 euros
You can see what the MacBook Air with the M1 chip can do in this one Video:
The details of the tariff at a glance:
- Network: o2
- Tariff: Free Unlimited Max
- Allnet and SMS flat rate
- Unlimited LTE / 5G data volume (max. 500 Mbit / s download, 50 Mbit / s upload)
- EU roaming included
- 24-month contract period, 3 months’ notice
MacBook Air tariff bundle: For whom is the offer worthwhile?
The offer is worthwhile for everyone who is looking for an Apple device but does not want to spend almost 1,000 euros on it at once. MacBooks are considered to be particularly stable in terms of price – it is all the more gratifying when an offer with significant savings potential turns up. In the price comparison you still have to shell out at least 960 euros for the slim Apple notebook. If you subtract this value from the total costs over a minimum contract period of 24 months, you remain 623.75 euros for the tariff left around 26 euros per month is equivalent to. This is a very affordable price for an all-network and SMS flat rate including unlimited 5G / LTE data volume with up to 500 Mbit / s. The normal price for the tariff at o2 without MacBook Air is 60 euros per month.
To use the tariff with your MacBook, you also need a mobile router (available from around 50 euros). You can of course also use the tariff with your smartphone. However, do not forget to terminate the contract in good time, because only then will you pay off with the low price.