Klarmobil has converted many of its tariffs to LTE – without raising prices. New customers can now only book rates with LTE speed. Existing customers will have to wait a long time, as it turns out.
Klarmobil converts many tariffs to LTE
Many providers in Germany are currently preparing the transition from 3G to 4G at rather low rates. Also Klarmobil as a brand of Freenet GmbH would like to stand behind it and offers the tariffs of the Allnet Flat series and the Smartphone Flat series with immediate and without additional costs with LTE access. The change affects both two-year tariffs and the more flexible variants, which allow customers to cancel on a monthly basis. We continue to surf the net of Deutsche Telekom.
In all tariffs, which have now been switched to LTE, there is "LTE 25", ie a maximum transfer rate of 25 megabits per second in the download. If that's still too slow for you, you can opt for "LTE 50" at least for the Allnet flats and thus double the speed. In this case, however, a monthly additional amount of 3 euros will be charged.
The conversion from 3G to 4G at Klarmobil is initially only available to new customers. According to the company's official announcement, contracts from existing customers will be converted to LTE "in the coming months". Klarmobil did not want to commit to a specific date. Customers are informed about the conversion via SMS or e-mail. Switching to the faster LTE does not incur additional costs for existing customers.
Klarmobil: 8 GB LTE volume for 17.99 euros
The fare structure at Klarmobil has not changed by the changeover to LTE. The Allnet Flats are still available in the increments 2 GB, 3 GB and 8 GB. The latter tariff is available for 17.99 euros per month. Without a contract, the tariff costs 24.99 euros per month.
If you want to do without telephony and SMS flats, you may find what you are looking for in the smartphone flats of the provider. Here, for 9.99 euros per month, there are 1.5 GB of data in Deutsche Telekom's LTE network, along with 300 free minutes and 100 free text messages. A monthly terminable variant of the tariff is available for 13.99 euros.
Switch to LTE: 3G is switched off
Many providers are currently transitioning from 3G to 4G and attracting customers with special offers. Often the change to the faster transmission standard but also associated with additional costs, which are noticeable in the context of less euros per month. Or customers are being deported to another network – without having to identify them separately.
More about the shutdown of the 3G network is here in the video:
In some cases, it may well be of interest to move away from the current contract and instead opt for a more flexible solution. More on this topic we have summarized in our special article: Monthly puttable mobile tariffs in comparison: Who offers the cheapest price?