Until Tuesday, April 6, Prixtel’s Le petit mobile plan, which includes an envelope of 10 to 20 GB of data, sees its price drop to 4.99 euros per month. A package which also has the double advantage of being flexible and leaving the choice of network coverage between Orange and SFR.
If you are looking for an inexpensive mobile plan, but not stingy in data, Prixtel has just lowered the price of its most affordable package, Le petit. From today until next Tuesday April 6, its price drops to 4.99 euros per month for the first level, which contains 10 GB of data in 4G.
But since this is a flexible plan – you only pay for what you use – the Le petit mobile plan can go up to 20 GB of data. If you consume so much data, you will then pay the maximum amount of this package: 9.99 euros.
What does the Le petit mobile plan offer for 4.99 euros per month?
The Le petit mobile plan is undoubtedly one of the best plans of the moment in terms of value for money. It is a flexible plan, that is to say it contains three price levels, which are triggered automatically as soon as your consumption exceeds a certain amount of GB of data per month.
Concretely, if you consume:
- Up to 10 GB of data per month, you pay only 4.99 euros per month.
- Between 10 and 15 GB of data per month, you pay only 7.99 euros per month.
- Up to 20 GB of data per month, you pay only 9.99 euros per month.
If during a given month you consume for example 12 GB of data, then you will pay 7.99 euros. But the following month, you will start from the first level, the one at 4.99 euros per month. Unlike all other mobile operators, Prixtel only charges you for what you use.
The Le petit mobile plan also includes everything that can be expected from a good mobile plan in 2021. It thus offers unlimited calls, SMS and MMS in France, Europe and DOM, for each of the three levels.
Finally, if you go on vacation to Europe this summer, you are also entitled to an envelope of 10 GB of data. Enough to do to launch Google Maps for two weeks and share your photos on WhatsApp.
The little one is currently on sale and the prices displayed until April 6 are only valid for one year. After 12 months, the Le petit package returns to its usual pricing, namely 9.99 euros per month for the first level, 12.99 euros per month for the second level and 14.99 euros per month for the last level. However, this is a non-binding package, you are free to leave it whenever you want.
The other Prixtel packages
Do you feel a bit cramped with 20 GB of data? In addition to the Le petit package, Prixtel offers two other mobile packages: Le grand and Le Géant.
The large one is perfect for heavy 4G consumers. It also has three price levels, linked to data consumption. They break down as follows:
- Up to 40 GB of data per month, you pay only 9.99 euros per month.
- Between 40 and 60 GB of data per month, you pay only 12.99 euros per month.
- Between 60 and 80 GB of data per month, you pay only 14.99 euros per month.
As for the Giant package, 5G compatible, it is particularly aimed at those who need a large amount of data, since it can go up to 200 GB per month. Here is what these 3 levels contain:
- If you consume up to 100 GB of data in 4G or 5G per month, you only pay 12.99 euros per month
- If you consume between 100 and 150 GB of data in 4G or 5G per month, you pay only 17.99 euros per month
- If you consume up to 200 GB of data in 4G or 5G per month, you only pay 22.99 euros per month
Prixtel’s advantage: the choice of network coverage
Prixtel is a truly unique mobile operator in the world of French mobile telephony. It is the only one to offer flexible plans, but also the only one to offer its users the possibility of choosing the operator who will take care of its network coverage.
Because Prixtel is what is called an MVNO, a virtual operator which leases the physical networks of Orange and SFR operators. And as such, he leaves the choice of choosing Orange or SFR to the user, when registering, but also later when he wishes, by going to his customer area. And if you don’t know which operator with the best network coverage near your home or workplace, a tool based on data from ARCEP, the telecoms gendarme, can help you make the right choice.
Prixtel also has another particularity: it undertakes to offset the CO2 emissions generated by the use of its customers’ package and its professional activity. Prixtel estimates that a mobile plan can generate CO2 emissions of up to 30 kg per year. To offset these emissions, Prixtel plants trees and repopulates French forests. He has already replanted 8,000 trees since the start of his engagement.