OTE - Hellenic Telecommunications Organization SA

03/16/2023 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 03/17/2023 08:45

WHAT’S UP: Top up your balance with just €8 and combine more packages with call and data plans

- On Greece's largest and fastest mobile network

WHAT'S UP users can now top up the balance on their prepaid plan with just €8, while at the same time those interested can activate the new combined BASIC CALLS plan that includes 400' & 40 text messages to all and 400 MB. Alternatively, those who want additional data can activate the GIGA packages with unlimited data for a day, a weekend, 4 weekends in a row, a week, or even in the evenings, for just €2.

Furthermore, the CALLS TO ALL package is being enhanced with even more minutes to all, now providing 800 minutes & 300 SMS to all, and a total of 2.5GB[1], with the price remaining at €10.90.

Also, with each activation of the UNLIMITED CALLS package, until 30 March, WHAT'S UP users get an additional 10GB of free data for 1 month.

These 3 packages now meet the needs of all WHAT'S UP users. They can choose the package that best suits their needs for Internet, calls and SMS, and enjoy extra data at any time.

With the leading mobile internet experience provided by COSMOTE, WHAT'S UP users enjoy incredibly fast speeds on the country's award-winning fastest mobile network, according to Ookla®. COSMOTE 5G is the largest 5G network in Greece,[2] with country-wide population coverage[3] exceeding 80%, and coverage in Athens and Thessaloniki already at 97% and 90%, respectively. In combination with its affordable unlimited data plans, WHAT'S UP offers all of its users a comprehensive communication experience. Learn more at whatsup.gr.

Top-ups starting at €8 are also available for COSMOKARTA users, who can also enjoy renewed call and data packages, as well as the fastest mobile internet experience on COSMOTE network.

[1] With a €12 online top-up and use of the 2GB reload token.
[2] According to data published on provider websites
[3] Population coverage concerns Outdoor Population Coverage