GoMo raises the price to € 13 for new customers, hints that it could increase again

Service: Blathnaid Treacy helped launch the new GoMo operator. Photo: Kyran O’Brien

Adrian Weckler

The economical mobile phone operator GoMo has raised its monthly rate for new customers to € 13 per month.

The low-cost operation, which is part of Eir and uses Eir’s mobile network, says its new registration offer will last until the end of February, when it could increase its prices again for those who register after that.

Eir says he has reached his GoMo customer goal of 100,000 people based on the € 10 offer, after launching the service last October.

The GoMo package includes 80 GB of data, among the highest in the Irish market. It also includes all calls and text messages and 10 GB of mobile data in the EU.

However, the service cannot be purchased or accessed through physical stores, including Eir stores. This means that customer service is reserved primarily for online channels.

Some GoMo customers have experienced difficulties in changing the numbers of other operators.

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