Mobile phone deals: Every third contract is too expensive

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Mobile phone deals too expensive – More than 131 million mobile phone contracts are used for this purpose, many of them older than three years and thus often too expensive. Every third customer pays more than more.

Mobile phone deals too expensive

Mobile users should review their mobile phone contracts every two to three years and adjust if necessary. As the world reports, nearly every third mobile telephony contract in Germany is too expensive – usually tariffs that have not been adjusted for several years.

According to the data, there are around 131 million mobile phone contracts, almost every third of which has a tariff that is older than three years. These older rates are often significantly more expensive than current deals. “A sample customer who has a similar contract three years ago pays more than twice as much,” Daniel Pöhler, mobile radio expert at Finanztip, is quoted.

Change mobile phone contract is worthwhile

The generation 60+ is especially changeable, 59 percent use a tariff that is older than two years. If you do not want to change the provider at the same time, you should at least issue a notice. Most mobile carriers then offer attractive discounts and promotions when the customer continues their contract. If the offer is not accepted, the termination to the change to another offer nothing more in the way.

Daniel Pöhler advises not to wait too long for the comparison and the change: “Over the last ten years mobile phone prices have fallen steadily by very aggressive providers such as E-Plus and Drillisch.” However, the bottom was now reached Decreases are not to be expected. On the contrary, in the future the tariffs could again be more expensive.

 

Shirley

Shirley

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