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More benefits from Go's monthly tariff plans

Go is now offering added benefits with its pay monthly tariff plans namely Pay Monthly €20, Pay Monthly €40 or Pay Monthly €60. The outstanding not-to-be-missed offer runs until April 30 and is in line with Go's drive to give its customers the best service at the most affordable prices.

Customers who sign up to one of the Pay Monthly tariff plans now can get up to €300 discount on the latest mobile phones and the added bonus of free weekday SMS to all networks besides the usual benefits of free weekend calls and sms and low call rate to all 400,000 of Go's mobile and fixed lines.

The offer is open to all new Go Mobile postpaid customers who subscribe to the Pay Monthly €20, Pay Monthly €40 or Pay Monthly €60 Tariff Plans. Customers who sign up to any of the Pay Monthly Plans can benefit from free SMS bundles that vary according to the value of the tariff plan they opt for as follows:100 SMS for the Pay Monthly €20, 200 SMS bundle for the Pay Monthly €40 or 300 SMS Bundle for the Pay Monthly €60. SMS bundles have a 30-day time-window and are given one-time - promptly on activation of the service.

For more information and for the terms and conditions of this offer, customers can call Go Mobile customer care (free service) on 146 from a Go Mobile connection or on 7922 2146 from any other network. Alternatively, customers can call in at any one of Go's retail outlets in Malta and Gozo or visit www.go.com.mt.
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