At any point of the digital transition,…
Many who own a handset from a previous generation are concerned about the 3G network’s demise. For the time being, there are no issues with Kena Mobile. The below are the specifics.
Many telecom companies are planning to decommission their 3G networks in order to introduce 4G and 5G networks. This procedure has already been completed by Vodafone, for example. As a result, someone with an older age handset would no longer be able to access the internet. There is, however, a workaround, which is known as Kena Mobile. Its 3G-enabled services are bringing outdated smartphones back to life. The below are the specifics.
You will also surf on 3G with Kena Mobile.
Several people of 3G-only smartphones are pondering how to cope with a crisis that they are experiencing: the decommissioning of the third generation network. Yes, because in this situation, their smartphone would revert to a basic cell phone that could only be used to receive and make calls, as well as send and receive SMS. Changing your mobile may be one option. But for those who really do not want to, Kena Mobile is here to help. the TIM’s virtual operator
In reality, all of its plans have 3G coverage, and it hasn’t been long before certain tariffs have included 4G as well. The plans are intriguing, and the rates are reasonable. Here’s a list of them:
- for the new numbers Kena Mobile offers unlimited minutes and SMS and 50 Giga of data traffic for 7.99 euros per month;
- for Iliad , Poste Mobile , Lycamobile , other MVN and new numbers customers : unlimited minutes and SMS and 100 Giga of data traffic at 9.99 euros per month;
- all operators : unlimited minutes and SMS and 70 Giga of data traffic at 12.99 euros per month.
To emphasize the fact that Kena Mobile will retain these deals indefinitely. This ensures they won’t be affected by reforms like those made by TIM and Vodafone recently, which raised the cost of certain tariffs.
In brief, now that you know about Kena Mobile’s deals, the discontinuation of 3G isn’t so threatening, is it?