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UPC starts mobile internet

Customers from UPC Netherlands can now order mobile internet for their laptop or tablet.

You can opt for 500 MB for 15 euros per month and 2 GB for 25 euros per month. New to the market is that UPC offers the possibility to use mobile internet in addition to these two subscriptions without fixed monthly costs. Customers then only pay for what they consume (5 cents per MB).

Customers with an All-in-1 package (with television, fixed internet and calls) can use 50MB each month for free with the mobile internet subscription without monthly costs. With other mobile internet subscriptions, all-in-one customers also receive fifty percent more data than other users, so for 15 euros they receive 750 MB each month (instead of 500 MB) and for 25 euros they get 3 GB (in instead of 2 GB). UPC offers all customers access to the maximum available speed of 14.4 Mb.

Since June 2011, small business customers can already use mobile internet for their laptop or tablet. UPC uses the Vodafone network to provide this service.

UPC already tested these subscriptions at the end of last year.

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