Orange Launches a Bonus Weekly Prepayment of 50 SMS for One Euro

The short messages are still in decline, mostly by the rise of the Internet connections on mobile and instant messaging applications, and is now when finally the traditional operators lower their prices.

Years had gone with SMS to 15 cents in the traditional operators, that only they have dared to lower its price in specific tariffs or bonds, and now it is Orange which dares with a bonus for its prepaid customers.

The new bond, which is renewed automatically, offers 50 messages short to any national destination to send for a week for a euro, so that to use the bonus in its entirety each SMS would need a price of two cents each, less than half the cheapest SMS, the of Movildia.

This movement follows the trail initiated by Orange with the launch of a bonus for contract customers, 1000 SMS for a month for three euros, and Vodafone, flat rate SMS for three euros a week, in what seems a attempt to both companies by continue earning income through these channels.