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Reducing my telephone bills

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Hello,

I am a retiree that can no longer afford the current bills for the landline and mobile phone.

Can I have new plans that are more economically priced?

Thanks in advance.

 

Denise Allen

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Hello it simply depends on what you need.


In my opinion, the service and offer at Swisscom is the best compared to Sunrise or UPC. Therefore I do not recommend you to change.

 

You can get a fixed network connection from Swisscom for as little as CHF 26. However, you will have to pay per-minute charges. For 40 francs, all fixed network telephony is unlimited: https://www.swisscom.ch/de/privatkunden/abos-tarife/inone-home/festnetz.html

 

You can use the mobile phone free of charge to Swisscom customers from 25 - but if someone has Sunrise or UPC, they have to pay. I would recommend the InOne mobile basic - it costs 45 francs.

If you don't need a subscription, you can also switch to prepaid. There you can get a voucher in the supermarket, for example, and use it to top up your credit. This way you only pay for as much as you use.

 

For personal advice, you can call the hotline on 0800 800 800.

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Dominik

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Hello it simply depends on what you need.


In my opinion, the service and offer at Swisscom is the best compared to Sunrise or UPC. Therefore I do not recommend you to change.

 

You can get a fixed network connection from Swisscom for as little as CHF 26. However, you will have to pay per-minute charges. For 40 francs, all fixed network telephony is unlimited: https://www.swisscom.ch/de/privatkunden/abos-tarife/inone-home/festnetz.html

 

You can use the mobile phone free of charge to Swisscom customers from 25 - but if someone has Sunrise or UPC, they have to pay. I would recommend the InOne mobile basic - it costs 45 francs.

If you don't need a subscription, you can also switch to prepaid. There you can get a voucher in the supermarket, for example, and use it to top up your credit. This way you only pay for as much as you use.

 

For personal advice, you can call the hotline on 0800 800 800.

Gruess, Cordial salids, Cordialement, Cordiali saluti
Dominik

https://dev.exena.ga
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Thanks much for your really useful suggestions.  I'll follow-up.

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Hello @Hoyiessa26

 

I'm glad you found the @DomiP advices useful.

 

Feel free to thank him by giving a like and accept his message as a solution.

 

Have a lovely day

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