Do you need a mobile phone tariff that can be canceled on a monthly basis with a particularly high data volume? Then take a look at There you get a whopping 18 GB LTE including Allnet and SMS flat rate for a mere 8.99 euros per month for a short time. 18 GB, all-network & SMS flat rate at a bargain price

At you can currently get a SIM-only mobile phone tariff with all 20 GB LTE data volume included Allnet and SMS flat rate for only 8.99 euros per month (view offer at The tariff is monthly cancellable and therefore perfect for anyone who already owns a smartphone and wants to stay flexible. The connection price is 19.99 euros and does not apply if you choose 24 months directly. But beware: the tariff deal only valid for a short time.

The details of the tariff at a glance:

  • Provider: (Drillisch)
  • Network: o2
  • 18GB LTE-Data volume (max. 50 MBit/s)
  • Allnet and SMS flat rate
  • EU roaming included
  • Basic fee per month: 8.99 euros
  • Monthly cancellable
  • Provision fee: EUR 19.99 (not applicable for 24-month contract)
  • Automatic data: yes (can be switched off)

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For whom is the tariff deal from worthwhile?

The offer is worthwhile for anyone who already owns a smartphone and also needs the right tariff. For only 8.99 euros per month you get one Carefree packagewhich is absolutely sufficient for daily use: EU roaming for travel and an all-network and SMS flat rate to be able to make unlimited calls and text messages. 18 GB data volume is enough for common applications such as mobile surfing, streaming music or films or chatting on the go. Power users who are really on the go a lot should prefer the 40 GB offer for 16.99 euros at Also note that 5G is not included.

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