In the next part of the weekly Happy Fridays campaign, T-Mobile is preparing to travel on vacation. Taking advantage of the promotion starting tomorrow, network customers will be able to get an additional Internet package in the European Union.
The holiday season has begun, and with it trips abroad. Many people longed for shorter or longer European trips. So, at work happy Friday Bring back the purple launcher 1 GB free package valid for 30 days in the European Union area. Individual T-Mobile customers can take her tomorrow In the “My T-Mobile” app or via SMS.
Thanks to the additional package, you will be able to use the Internet abroad more freely, share memorial photos on social media and share your impressions with loved ones – without any additional charges.
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1 GB free for roaming – how do you receive it?
You will be able to get an additional 1 GB package Activation from July 2 to 4 R. In the “My T-Mobile” app Or by sending a free message SMS “HF” to 80800.
The package will be launched within 72 hours. The package is important for both subscribers and prepaid and MIX users for 30 days from the moment of activation. Each customer can use the promotion only once.
You can enjoy the free package Within EU roaming area 1A. This region includes EU countries and other selected countries and regions: Austria, Azores, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Gibraltar, Greece, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Spain, Netherlands, Ireland , Iceland, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Madeira, Malta, Martinique, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Reunion, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Vatican, Hungary, Great Britain, Italy, Canary Islands.
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