A significant proportion of prepaid telenorists can make more expensive calls

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No longer on sale, Telenor Hungary removed its pre-paid package offering HUF 19 per minute and SMS unit price from its portfolio on Tuesday, in line with previous plans – including some extra grace period.

the “Telenor Card” tariff, one of the most popular members of the pre-paid portfolio, which offered a uniform, HUF 19 per minute and SMS fee to all domestic basic fee destinations (and in the case of EU roaming). After the withdrawal of the tariff plan, the service provider will switch all existing customers to the new “Hello Card” tariff at the next top-up – this mentioned uniform tariffs will increase by HUF 6 gross.

Telenor announced in early March tariff, then setting a target date of 8 April for delisting, the company finally modified this deadline to August 18 in view of the coronavirus epidemic.
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The company justified the decision on its website by saying that a significant proportion of prepaid customers already use smartphones and that services (or their pricing) such as SMS or voice are becoming less and less dominant for them. According to the company, the so-called Hello Card packages still contain so-called mobile data and call minutes. 2in1 minutes + net packets, and renewable data tickets can be used on more favorable terms than before for this tariff.

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