Prixtel’s Oxygen package is not only economical. It is also non-binding, flexible and ecological. Discover the details on this package offering an internet envelope of up to 130 GB from €9.99/month on the excellent SFR network.
The year is changing, but Prixtel’s Oxygen package remains as attractive as when it was launched last year. It still includes 50 to 130 GB of mobile data in 4G/4G+ for a price of between €9.99 and €15.99/month, and with no price increase expected after the first year. Without commitment, the offer guarantees you the freedom to terminate the subscription at any time, without supporting documents or additional costs.
Prixtel Oxygen package: content
Oxygen is an adjustable or flexible plan like the other Prixtel offers. It mainly stands out for the amount of data it provides each month. Indeed, the Oxygen package includes up to 130 GB of internet in 4G/4G+, which corresponds to a price of €15.99/month. However, you will not always be billed at this price. As this is an adjustable plan, the amount of your bill is adjusted to your data consumption, which is already associated with a specific price according to the tier system in place, namely:
- €9.99/month up to 50 GB of data consumed;
- €12.99/month up to 90 GB of data consumed;
- €15.99/month up to 130 GB of data consumed.
This price includes 25 GB of roaming data from Europe and the overseas departments, as well as unlimited calls and SMS/MMS in France and from these areas.
Note that the Oxygène Prixtel package benefits from the quality of the SFR network, which provides a download speed of up to 150 Mbit/s in 4G and up to 500 Mbit/s in 4G+. The coverage is also at the top knowing that the mobile network of the operator in the red square covers more than 99% of the metropolitan population.
The specificities of the Prixtel Oxygen package
Flexibility is not the only specificity of Prixtel’s Oxygen package. It also embodies the MVNO’s commitment to ecology. Like the other Prixtel packages, it is CO2 neutral, not because its use generates no greenhouse gas emissions, but because these emissions are fully offset by the operator itself. How do you ask? Mainly by planting trees in France to absorb and reduce CO2e to the extent of the emissions caused by its activities.