Information about pay-per-use plans

You can choose between two types of pay-per-use plan: a pay-per-use plan without a subscription fee (for Personal and Business customers) and a pay-per-use plan with a subscription fee (for Business customers).

Pay-per-use plan without a monthly subscription fee

PERSONAL CUSTOMERS

For Zone 1 countries (including Italy, the rest of Europe, the United States and many other countries), the plan’s pay-per-use rate is €0.12/MB if you use more than 2 MB/month and €0.24/MB if you use less than 2 MB/month. See here for details of the other zones: https://www.thingsmobile.com/private/plans

When data traffic is used by a SIM card, the minimum charge is 1 MB/month. If no data traffic is used by a SIM card, there is no charge. A monthly fee of €0.25 is charged to access the network of each operator. It is charged the first time a SIM card connects in a calendar month. If no connection is made, there will be no charge. The default multi-operator profile (TM-1) is assigned during the activation process. It costs €0.25 per SIM card to change a roaming profile. If a SIM card is not used for more than 12 consecutive months (no data traffic and no incoming and outgoing SMS messages), a charge of €5 will be taken out of the remaining credit. Traffic is charged in increments of 1 kB with all operators except the following, with which it is charged in increments of 10 kB: Bahrain (Zain BH), Equatorial Guinea (Greencom), The Gambia (Africell), Israel (Hot Mobile), Malawi (Airtel Africa), Malaysia (Celcom), Moldova (Moldcell), New Caledonia (OPT), Oman (Oman Mobile), Pakistan (Warid, Ufone), Russia (Vimpelcom), Sri Lanka (Mobitel), Sierra Leone (Africell), Vietnam (Vietnamobile), Iran (MTN). Each SMS message sent in zone 1 countries costs €0.18 (with the exception of Argentina and Brazil, where each message costs €0.35, and the United Arab Emirates and India, where each message costs €0.60). In zone 2 countries, the cost per message is €0.35. In countries in all other zones, the cost per message is €0.60. The cost of sending SMS messages from another operator to Things Mobile SIM cards (the country code of which is +88) depends on the operator’s rates. SMS messages can be received when there is credit in the account or data traffic on the SIM card. Things Mobile SIM cards cannot handle incoming and outgoing voice calls. The rates include VAT where due.

BUSINESS CUSTOMERS

For Zone 1 countries (including Italy, the rest of Europe, the United States and many other countries), the plan’s pay-per-use rate is €0.10/MB if you use more than 2 MB/month and €0.20/MB if you use less than 2 MB/month. See here for details of the other zones: https://www.thingsmobile.com/business/plans/pay-per-use-plan-without-subscription-fee

When data traffic is used by a SIM card, the minimum charge is 1 MB/month. If no data traffic is used by a SIM card, there is no charge. A monthly fee of €0.20 is charged to access the network of each operator. It is charged the first time a SIM card connects in a calendar month. If no connection is made, there will be no charge. The default multi-operator profile (TM-1) is assigned during the activation process. It costs €0.20 per SIM card to change a roaming profile. If a SIM card is not used for more than 12 consecutive months (no data traffic and no incoming and outgoing SMS messages), a charge of €1 will be taken out of the remaining credit. Traffic is charged in increments of 1 kB with all operators except the following, with which it is charged in increments of 10 kB: Bahrain (Zain BH), Equatorial Guinea (Greencom), The Gambia (Africell), Israel (Hot Mobile), Malawi (Airtel Africa), Malaysia (Celcom), Moldova (Moldcell), New Caledonia (OPT), Oman (Oman Mobile), Pakistan (Warid, Ufone), Russia (Vimpelcom), Sri Lanka (Mobitel), Sierra Leone (Africell), Vietnam (Vietnamobile), Iran (MTN). Each SMS message sent in zone 1 countries costs €0.15 (with the exception of Argentina and Brazil, where each message costs €0.30, and the United Arab Emirates and India, where each message costs €0.50). In zone 2 countries, the cost per message is €0.30. In countries in all other zones, the cost per message is €0.50. The cost of sending SMS messages from another operator to Things Mobile SIM cards (the country code of which is +88) depends on the operator’s rates. SMS messages can be received when there is credit in the account or data traffic on the SIM card. Things Mobile SIM cards cannot handle incoming and outgoing voice calls. The rates do not include VAT where due.

Pay-per-use plan with a monthly subscription fee

BUSINESS CUSTOMERS

For Zone 1 countries (including Italy, the rest of Europe, the United States and many other countries), the plan’s pay-per-use rate is €0.02/MB. See here for details of the other zones: https://www.thingsmobile.com/business/plans/pay-per-use-plan-with-subscription-fee

With this plan, there is a monthly fee of €1 per SIM card. A monthly fee of €0.20 is charged to access the network of each operator. It is charged the first time a SIM card connects in a calendar month. If no connection is made, there will be no charge. The default multi-operator profile (TM-1) is assigned during the activation process. It costs €0.20 per SIM card to change a roaming profile. Traffic is charged in increments of 1 kB with all operators except the following, with which it is charged in increments of 10 kB: Bahrain (Zain BH), Equatorial Guinea (Greencom), The Gambia (Africell), Israel (Hot Mobile), Malawi (Airtel Africa), Malaysia (Celcom), Moldova (Moldcell), New Caledonia (OPT), Oman (Oman Mobile), Pakistan (Warid, Ufone), Russia (Vimpelcom), Sri Lanka (Mobitel), Sierra Leone (Africell), Vietnam (Vietnamobile), Iran (MTN). Each SMS message sent in zone 1 countries costs €0.15 (with the exception of Argentina and Brazil, where each message costs €0.30, and the United Arab Emirates and India, where each message costs €0.50). In zone 2 countries, the cost per message is €0.30. In countries in all other zones, the cost per message is €0.50. The cost of sending SMS messages from another operator to Things Mobile SIM cards (the country code of which is +88) depends on the operator’s rates. SMS messages can be received when there is credit in the account or data traffic on the SIM card. Things Mobile SIM cards cannot handle incoming and outgoing voice calls. The rates do not include VAT where due. You can find more information at thingsmobile.com