Saturday, 19 September 2020

Kolbi launches social network-focused plans

emcabezado-planes-prepago(QCOSTARICA) Costa Rica’s state-owned operator ICE has launched a series of new prepay plans under its mobile brand Kolbi, complete with extra bundled data for social network use.

The “En Todas” plans include a daily bundle with 50 MB of data plus an extra 40 MB for use on Whatsapp, Instagram and Facebook for ¢200 colones.

Other plans include a three-day 200 MB plan (including a bonus 100 MB for social networks) for ¢600 colones, a five-day plan with 300 MB (plus 200 MB for social networks as well as Snapchat, Twitter and Pinterest) for ¢1,300 colones or a ten-day plan with 500 MB data and 400 MB for social networks for ¢2,500 colones.

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