Competition in the telecoms world has heated up things a bit with a new player in town but there is a catch or two, It is belong to eir who have not had it easy over the last while and there is no shops and phones. It is all web based and similar to what is on offer elsewhere by the eir owner. eir also will have no hand on this when it comes to customer service and as we know customer service goes along way and it will in time tell just how good this is going to be assuming the uptake will be a big one.
The pricing on offer for the first 100,000 customers stands at 9.99 a month which is undercutting everyone else out there as it stands now but this move might just see others drop their price and there is nothing better than competition in my book but this whole thing just reminds me or the meteor/eir thing and ID mobile and ID mobile did not last too long. This is a rolling plan something I am on with another network paying €25 a month for today
To join you just bring your number or sign up and you will pay €10 up front which is not bad and the data allowance is the one to watch as we now consume more data than ever before and you get a whopping 80GB, So to cap off what is on offer it is all calls,sms your 80GB data and 10GB data of roaming but all this falls under the FUP policy and if you are outside the EU and roam you will be hit hard in the pocket paying big bucks there.
Usage outside of your inclusive allowances will be charged as follows:
- Voicemail – Free
- Additional Minutes – 30c/Min
- SMS – 15c per SMS
See the roaming charges below. You can see more in the PRICING guide
Fair usage – 45,000 minutes and 10,000 SMS which being honest is fine most of us today use social media or Whats App for example to communicate, I think myself I get bout 5 text a week and send the same so no fear of going outside the limits or calls for that matter.
Is this a good deal? On paper yes once you dont roam outside the EU but you can see more at https://shop.gomo.ie/ I will be back with a review on the service in a few weeks and just lets see how customer service works out.
Update – New fee €12.99