The mobile operator Lebara offers reduced rates for its new customers and at the moment, its 80 GB 4G plan has the unbeatable price of 9.99 euros per month. This is an offer worth grabbing for those who want to take advantage of the Orange mobile network at a low cost.
Are the offers from Orange or even Sosh still too expensive? The good alternative comes from Lebara. This operator operating under the number 1 mobile network in France offers an eclectic series of mobile plans in terms of GB and its 80 GB plan is among the most advantageous at the moment since less than 10 euros per month without the price increasing after a year.
What does this package offer at Lebara?
- 80 GB at a low price on the Orange network
- Unlimited calls, SMS and MMS
- Sans engagement
- Flexible every month
Currently, Lebara’s 80 GB plan is available at 9.99 euros per month and the price does not change, even after the first year. This makes it the most advantageous 80 GB mobile plan at the moment. It is also a flexible plan every month, you can change according to your consumption without additional costs. Also note that the SIM card costs one euro instead of the usual 10.
A giant package on GB, but not on the price
If you have a significant daily need for your mobile for any type of use, then this plan is obviously made for you. With 80 GB of 4G data accessible throughout mainland France, this gives you the right to maximum possibilities with your mobile such as watching streaming video content, playing online or simply browsing the internet and social networks.
Concerning data abroad, this package has a good amount of data from Europe and the French Overseas Territories, namely 10 GB. These envelopes are offered at the same time as that of the basic package.
With the Orange network at the helm
Lebara ensures its customers a quality mobile line thanks to Orange’s national network which is still to this day the best network for Data. The operator’s plans include unlimited calls, SMS and MMS from mainland France, as well as from Europe and the overseas territories to a French number. The only limit is a maximum of 3 hours per call, up to 129 recipients per month, including 99 from the EU and DOM.
How do I keep my number?
You can of course keep your current mobile number by changing your plan. First of all, it is necessary to add 10 euros to the total of your order to obtain the new triple-cut SIM. The change of operator is then done without interruption if you keep your number. It’s free and just provide the RIO code of your line during registration. If you don’t know how to do this, check out our tutorial for requesting your RIO.
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