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Go Mobile announces new tariffs for contract subscribers

On the Go monthly rent reduced to Lm8
Business Go monthly rent reduced to Lm18
Go Together subscribers to benefit from better talk-time rate
Groups of 10 subscribers or more to benefit from substantial reductions

Go Mobile announced new tariffs for its contract talk plans. These tariffs came into effect last Friday.

The first tariff change concerns Go Mobile's basic contract talk plan – On the Go. The monthly rent for On the Go has been reduced to Lm8 from Lml0, and is inclusive of 20 min-utes free talk-time. To subscribe to On the Go, one has to pay a one-time connection fee of Lml0, and will benefit from an advantageous rate per minute (above bundle) of 11 cents 5. Business Go subscribers will start paying a monthly rent of Lm18, rather than Lm34.50. The rent includes 120 minutes of free talk time. Above this bundle, Business Go subscribers pay 10 cents per minute for their calls. The one-time connection fee for Business Go is Lml0.

Subscribers of Go Mobile's group plan, Go Together – which is tailored for two to nine sub-scribers – will also benefit from new tariffs. The monthly rent for Go Together has been reduced to Lm8 from Lml0. This includes 30 minutes of free talk-time. Moreover, the rate per minute above the free bundle is 11cents 5 between 31 to 120 minutes of talk-time. Above 120 minutes of talk-time, the rate per minute is 10 cents.

Go Mobile has also restructured its second group plan, Go in Groups – designed for groups of 10 or more subscribers to give extra benefits to subscribers based on the size of the group. (More details on this plan can be obtained from Go Mobile corporate sales team).

Meanwhile, all contract subscribers will con-tinue to avail themselves of the Call Me fea-ture, whereby subscribers get a 50 cent discount on their monthly bill for every 30 minutes of local calls they receive.

Go Mobile's SMS rate of two cents per mes-sage is still the best value in Europe. All con-tract (and also pre-paid) subscribers will continue to benefit from the free TOD (infor-mation on demand) service, which allows them to receive updated news, sport, business, weather reports, horoscopes and more.

Go Mobile's CEO Juanito Camilleri said: "These new tariffs confirm once again that Go Mobile always offers its subscribers the better value.

"Go Mobile has invested in state-of-the-art technology, allowing its customers to benefit from the latest products and services in mobile communications. These new tariffs will allow even more subscribers

to avail themselves of these technologies," Prof. Camilleri said.

For further information on Go Mobile's new contract tariff plans, one can visit any Go Mobile outlet or contact Go Care (24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week) on 146 when dialling from Go Mobile or 79222 146 from any other local network. One can visit the website www.go.com.mt for further information.

The Business Times, Network House, Vjal ir-Rihan San Gwann SGN 07
Tel: (356) 382741-3, 382745-6 | Fax: (356) 385075 | e-mail: editorial@networkpublications.com.mt