The first offer for home mobile internet without obligation with a limit of 300 GB per month

In the offer for home mobile internet from Vectra, I found the first offer on the market for home mobile internet without obligation with a transfer limit of 300 GB (no day and night division). This is a good opportunity to look at similar high-limit offers today.

If we are unable to use fixed-line internet in our location, the best solution while waiting for a connection is to choose an offer for mobile internet without obligation, with the highest possible data transfer limit at full available speed. Such offers are also useful for people who rent a flat or students who are about to start the academic year.

Until recently, offers for home mobile internet with a limit of 100 GB of data transfer were an impassable wall for people without access to fixed-line internet. With time, virtual operators provided “copies” of such proposals with a higher limit, but only at night.

An example is the Premium Mobile offer, in which for PLN 49.90 per month we can use the 100 GB limit during the day and 200 GB at night, and Otvart – a bit cheaper, because the same day / night package is available here for PLN 44.90.

Another harbinger of higher limits on the home mobile Internet was the Play, Plush, Virgin Mobile and Mobile Vikings offers.

In Play pre-paid internet for topping up your Play24 account, you can use the 200 GB data transfer limit per month for PLN 50 per month. In Virgin Mobile, the price is 220 GB, and in Mobile Vikings we have already reached 250 GB for PLN 60 (for the first 3 months, PLN 48). In turn, in Plush for PLN 60, there is a limit of 200 GB, as in Play for PLN 50.

Moments after that, the already mentioned operators Premium Mobile and Otvarta increased the daily package from 100 GB to 200 GB, but for a much higher price – as much as PLN 99.90 and PLN 79.99 per month, respectively.

Finally, Vectra decided to make the 300 GB data transfer per month limit available as the first operator – without dividing it into day or night use, at a price competitive to the above plans PLN 64.99 per month.

A similar limit can be achieved in the Orange pre-paid offer, but it is not a dedicated offer for mobile internet and it requires some effort. Monthly, at this price of PLN 65, you can make 13 top-ups of PLN 5 in My Orange, which in total gives 292.5 GB (13×22.5 GB), which of course misses the point – this is a typical offer for a smartphone card, and in Vectra without such combinations, we have a greater limit for the same price.

For comparison, let’s take a look at the alternatives in the “Big Four” offers in subscriptions with long-term commitment, at approximate prices. Alphabetically starting, in Orange for PLN 59.99 per month, we can use the 500 GB data transfer limit (including 50 GB outside the home zone) and free data transfer at night.

In Play, for PLN 65, a package with 250 GB of data transfer is available, in Plus it is already PLN 75 for the same limit – for free access to Disney + for a year. However, the most advantageous offer with a commitment for a minimum of 12 months is the T-Mobile offer, where for PLN 60, which is as much as in Orange, we have access to home mobile internet with no data limit, only with a speed limit of 30 Mb / s. With a contract for 24 months, T-Mobile adds a month for free in the same offer.

Finally, as a curiosity for people who need super-fast fixed-line internet. While browsing the Vectra offer today, I came across a novelty in the form of symmetric internet – 10 G Internet, with download and upload speed of 8300 Mb / s. However, the cost of this pleasure is considerable, apart from the installation cost of almost PLN 200, you have to pay almost PLN 300 for a subscription every month.

If you want to take advantage of this offer, however, you must be patient, because it has already disappeared from Vectra. These were probably the operator’s attempts to make it available – I only had time to take a screenshot, but I think it should reappear at any moment.

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Source: AntyWeb by antyweb.pl.

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