Virgin launches new Addict tariff
2 April 2009 — 9:38 AM
Virgin Mobile has launched a new pay as you go price plan called Addict and enlisted the help of girl band The Saturdays to help.
Dressed just like the girls from classic Robert Palmer music video Addicted to Love, the five-piece pose as part of the promotional material for the tariff.
It enables users to top up with at least £20 month and receive unlimited texts and mobile internet usage in return. Calls to any landline or network will cost a flat fee of 20p.
There are limits of 1 GB and 3,000 texts per month.
If £20 is a bit pricey, then those who buy £15 credit will receive 600 free texts and purchasers of £10 will get 300. Mobile internet for these users will cost 30p a day with a limit of 25 MB.
Of course, those who are thinking of recycling their mobile phone could switch from a contract to a pay as you go plan, as for some people these are easier to manage and budget for.
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