The popular mobile operator Vodafone will re-use the tariff line from 1 December.
According to Interfax-Ukraine, prices will rise in the Vodafone Red Business package for contracting customers, taking into account the increase in service costs due to increased use of traffic by customers.
"Business users of Vodafone have started to use an average of 30% more data traffic compared to spending in 2017. At the same time, the share of heavy users – subscribers who use more than 6 GB per month increased by 62%," the company said. .
In particular, Vodafone tariffs will increase from 9% to 42%, depending on the tariff plan. Red business raise prices by 30 UAH and will cost 100 hryvnia per month. This amount will include 5 GB of mobile Internet, 100 minutes to other networks and 100 sms & mms.
Red Business M, which now costs 130 UAH / month and includes 7 GB of Internet, 150 minutes to other networks and 100 sms & mms – from December 1, will raise prices up to 180 UAH. This amount will include 10 GB of Internet, 200 minutes and 200 sms & mms.
Red business l now costs 200 UAH / month and includes 9 GB of Internet, 300 minutes and 150 sms & mms. From the first winter day, its price will increase to 250 UAH. It will also include unlimited internet, 350 minutes to other networks, 50 minutes of calls abroad and 350 sms & mms.
In addition, the fare is Red Business L + will increase from 320 UAH / month. up to 400 UAH (by 25%), the content will be unlimited on the Internet, 600 minutes to other networks, 100 minutes abroad and 600 sms.
Red Business XL it will cost up to 600 UAH and includes unlimited internet, 1 thousand minutes of calls to other networks, 200 minutes of calls abroad and 1000 sms.
Red Business XXL price increase from 1000 UAH / month. up to 1100 UAH This price will include unlimited internet, 3 thousand minutes of calls to other networks, 500 minutes. calling abroad and 3000 sms.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, as of December 1, prices are expected to rise, not only in the field of communications. In particular, KP "Kyivteploenergo" proposes a tariff change.