More time online, with the Connect 3G special offers from Cosmote

December is a busy month for everyone, full of holiday preparations, shopping and wrapping up this year’s activities. Therefore, mobile internet access is surely the crucial ingredient to get things done in due time. COSMOTE Romania redesigns its Connect 3G portfolio by adding up one more promotion for customers who wish to keep in touch with latest news, friends and family, wherever they are.

The Connect XS and S rate plans, available for 7.26 €/month (VAT excluded), respectively 9.68 €/month (VAT excluded) are now enhanced with 1 GB extra of data traffic, meaning 3GB of data traffic for Connect XS users and 6 GB of data traffic for Connect S users. The promotional offer for Connect XS and Connect S rate plans is available until January 17th 2013.

Also, the Connect M, L and XL rate plans’ promotion continues until January 17th 2013, with doubled data traffic.

Moreover, any Connect 3G subscription will bring the customers a Norton Antivirus 1 licence bonus.

Furthermore, the COSMOTE tariff plans portfolio will be enhanced with the following extra bonus national/international Zone 1 minutes for the tariff plans launched on November 25th, on top of the promotional offers.

The bonus is granted one time, at activation and is valid for 6 months from the contract activation date. The extra bonus national/international Zone 1 minutes is available for 24 months contracts only.

COSMOTE Romania had 6.4 million customers at September 30th, 2012. Launched in 2005, COSMOTE Romania achieved the fastest network development in Europe, according to the Citigroup report in June 2007. In less than 5 years, COSMOTE Romania surpassed its competitors in terms of national network coverage. Today, COSMOTE Romania offers seamless communication to more than 99% of the population and 90% of the territory. COSMOTE Romania is a subsidiary of COSMOTE Group, the operator with the strongest presence in SE Europe with approximately 20.4 million customers in Greece, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania.