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Many people have an oversized mobile plan, or on the contrary one that is not enough for them. In the first case, the latter pay a high price for a quantity of internet that they never use completely, or only half. In the second case, they exceed the allocated envelope and go beyond the package. Regardless, it is not advantageous, and makes them lose money.

That said, there is a solution to start making real savings: a flexible mobile plan. This is precisely what Prixtel, a French virtual operator, which uses SFR network infrastructures, offers. Its current flagship package, entitled . You read correctly, the amount of internet varies, that's the whole point of this mobile plan which offers great flexibility.

To discover this flexible mobile plan, it's here:

You of course have the classic unlimited calls, SMS and MMS in mainland France AND from abroad (EU and DOM). If you travel occasionally, this package allows you to have 15 GB, always from the European Union and the overseas departments. In short, it accompanies you everywhere, wherever you go, so that you can stay connected and communicate with your loved ones.

Prixtel, the right reflex to save on your mobile bill

As we explained previously, the classic packages offered by traditional operators are not advantageous if you do not choose from the outset the one that suits you best. Also, when it comes to internet consumption, your habits can quickly change. Which requires you to change it regularly. With Prixtel, it’s different. You have a plan that can adjust automatically, without you having to do anything.

Let's take an example so you can better understand how it works. The Le grand package has a base price of 9.99 euros per month. If you do not exceed 130 GB, you will be charged this amount. On the other hand, if the following month(s) you need a greater quantity of internet, you can use two extensions of 20 GB each, billed 2 euros more. In the end, here is what it gives:

  • From 0 to 130 GB, you are billed €9.99
  • Between 130 and 150 GB, you are billed €11.99
  • Between 150 and 170 GB, you are billed €13.99

In addition to the very attractive prices, this allows you to pay as closely as possible for what you use every month. Admit that it is much more economical and advantageous than the classic packages that we can see here and there on the telecoms market. Note that the SIM or eSIM card has a single rate of 10 euros, which must be paid to validate your registration. You will receive it quickly, by post, within 48 hours.

All you have to do is insert it into your phone to start enjoying your new package. If you want to keep your telephone number, Prixtel will take care of its transfer, and at the same time, the termination of your contract with your former operator. To do this, you just need to give them your RIO code which can be obtained by calling 3179 from your current line.

High quality customer service

We specify in the introduction that Prixtel is a virtual operator. What does this mean?? In other words, it doesn't have any stores or physical advisors, and all of its packages are offered online only , on its website. Access to your account is from your subscriber area or from its mobile application.

Likewise, if you need help or assistance, you must go through its customer service, known to be reliable, fast and efficient, always ready to answer any of your questions. You obviously have the same guarantees as SFR subscribers, regarding the quality and coverage of the network. However, with a much more advantageous price list at Prixtel.

If you are still hesitant, nothing is stopping you from first testing one of Prixtel's flexible mobile plans. Since it's without commitment, you can easily cancel if it doesn't suit you, and move on to another offer with ease.

To see all the current mobile offers, it's here:

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Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116