Sosh is back with a new no-obligation package to get the year 2020 off to a good start. This one offers a 50 GB combo in France and 5 GB in Europe/DOM for less than 10 euros per month, for one year.
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A new offer has been added to the table of no-commitment mobile plans available at Sosh. Available in a limited edition until 7 February, this new temporary package at 9.99 euros per month (for one year) offers more or less the same formula as the 24.99 package, but with 5 GB in Europe/DOM and without unlimited calls to landlines in the USA and Canada, nor unlimited SMS to Andorra or Switzerland.
Please note that an additional 10 euros are required to obtain the new triple cut SIM card. It is also possible to keep your current phone number by simply providing the RIO code of your mobile line at registration.
To better understand the offer
- What exactly does the new limited edition Sosh 50GB package include?
The Sosh package at 9.99 euros per month (for one year) gives access to unlimited calls, SMS, MMS in mainland France, as well as a 4G data envelope amounting to 50 GB per month, which can be used anywhere in France. From Europe and French overseas departments, calls, SMS, MMS are also unlimited to a French number, but with a reduced amount of data up to 5 GB.
- What happens after the first year?
The limited edition Sosh 50 GB package is a non-binding offer. The price of 9.99 euros is blocked for the first twelve months of the subscription, then increases to 24.99 euros in the second year. However, it is not only the price that changes. If you wish to keep the package after the promotional period, it will automatically switch to the operator’s most attractive offer, i.e. 50 GB in France and 50 GB in Europe/DOM, with more destinations abroad, such as Andorra, Switzerland, Canada or the United States.
If you want to compare it with the competition, go to the Frandroid mobile plan comparator!
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