Pelephone releases a new ad for roaming

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If you read our blog regularly you probably noticed that Pelephone is on a row  and since launching its new GSM network new campaigns just keeps coming..

So as you probably know already (since you read are recent posts🙂 ) Pelephone has recently launched its new roaming offer Global Pass , allowing business customers make calls for 0.59 ILS after a 4 ILS set-up fee. when does it pay off for the customer? only if yourphone convesations are usually long. for more details see previous post: Here.

So after all the introduction, Pelephone has released a few days ago a new ad featuring Vodafone Netherlands as a strategic  roaming partner. The roaming agreement was signed on 2006 already but Pelephone ultimatly decided to advertise it only now, my assumption is that the agreement was signed over GSM networks Pelephone never had until now.. (not that it wasn’t in use since Pelephone provided GSM phones for travelers but it was less convenient for customers).

Pelephone has recently announced that during summer time travelers joining Global Pass will do it for free without subscription charges and with no commitment to a service period.

The ad doesn’t say how many roaming partners Pelephone has or how many countries around the world they cover but it does say that Pelephone customers can use their phone from the the largest number of countries around the world.

Here’s the ad,

Enjoy

One Response to Pelephone releases a new ad for roaming

  1. […] start with the Global Pass – the new roaming offer. As Stavik described in her post the offer includes a  low […]

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