Lebara introduces new 5GB prepaid cards to takes on Lycamobile in Germany

| February 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Germany: MVNO Lebara  is the main competitor of Lycamobile and operates on Deutsche Telekom network in Germany and today to match its tariff with competitor Lycamobile, it has introduced two new prepaid cards offering 5GB of 3G data at speed up to 7.2 Mbps.uk_lycamobile_lebara

The first one is Lebara Flexi XL5 plan for € 29.99 with validity of 30 days offering 5GB of data,  500 minutes free to almost 45 countries and unlimited calls to other Lebara users. SMS are € 0.15 each.

The second one is priced at €19.99 and it offers 5GB data only. These plans renew automatically if users have sufficient credit.

Lycamobile has similar prepaid tariff cards but it uses the Vodafone network.

Other popular MVNO, like LIDL connect, ALDI Talk,  offers 5GB data for   €14.99.

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