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This €6.99 mobile plan will do the trick for 99% of French people (including you)

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With an increasingly competitive telecoms market, operators are trying as best they can to stand out with packages offering ever more internet and sometimes free options included in their offers. That said, this is sometimes not enough, since some people don't even use half of the allocated mobile data, for which they often pay a high price.

Fortunately, the virtual operator Prixtel offers flexible packages that automatically adapt to everyone's needs. Without commitment, they allow you to benefit from a quantity of internet for a very competitive basic price. At the moment, its flagship package Le Petit is the one that is having the greatest success with the French. The latter grants .

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Obviously, it gives the right to classic telephone services, including unlimited calls, SMS and MMS, in France and from EU countries and the French Overseas Territories. Roaming is not forgotten since you also have 15 GB usable from the European Union and the Overseas Departments. Rather than blocking you at an internet limit, Prixtel offers you the possibility of using mobile data extensions.

So, if necessary, you don't have to change your offer, since your package adjusts automatically. In terms of price, Prixtel's mobile plans are also much more attractive than those of the competition. For comparison, B&You and RED by SFR currently offer 10 GB for 10.99 euros, or 2x less internet for the same price.

30 GB from 6.99 euros, a package that will be enough for 99% of French people

A recent ARCEP study revealed that the average mobile data used by a French person was 15.9 GB. With the basic 30 GB offered by , the latter should easily meet your needs. As we pointed out earlier, Prixtel packages are flexible. In other words, for a small additional cost, they allow you to obtain a greater amount of internet.

In the case of the Le petit package, between 30 GB and 40 GB will cost you 8.99 euros per month while if you use between 40 GB and 50 GB, you will be billed 10.99 euros. As simple as that. With this clever system of progressive levels, you will make significant savings since your package evolves according to your consumption habits.

Also, in case 50 GB is well below your current usage, know that Prixtel offers other plans which will be perfectly suitable. For a starting price of 8.99 euros, the Oxygène package grants up to 80 GB of internet per month. It is possible to go up to 100 GB for 10.99 euros and even 120 GB for 12.99 euros.

Two other packages entitled The Grand and The Giant use exactly the same principle of tiers, with much more mobile data allocated. If you are looking for a plan compatible with 5G, you will have to turn to The Giant since it is the only one in the range to be compatible with the high-speed mobile network. You can find all the details of the offers directly on the official Prixtel website.

The quality of the SFR network, as if you were there

It is important to specify that Prixtel packages are based on the network of the historic operator SFR. So, by subscribing to them, you will benefit from the same coverage as their subscribers. You can first check that your area is well covered before taking the plunge.

Also, being a virtual operator, Prixtel does not have any physical “hard” store. Like all MNVOs on the market, its customer service is digital, and you have access directly from your customer area, on the website or from the mobile application. From these, you can control your plan, view your invoices, add or remove options, all at your fingertips.

In short, it's much more practical than having to travel to get help or information about your offer. Finally, if you are with another operator and you wish to keep your current telephone number, all you need to do is provide your RIO code when you register. Prixtel will then take care of the transfer of the latter and if necessary, the termination of your subscription with your current operator.

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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