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EE MVNO Spusu to freeze prices for another 18 months

Staff Reporter
May 1, 2024

SIM-only MVNO Spusu has pledged to extend its 2024 price freeze until January 2026.

Spusu is a family-owned Austrian provider that launched in Vienna in 2015 and in Italy in 2020. It launched its UK operation a year ago.

The EE MVNO will not utilise regulatory permission to raise bills annually in accordance with the Consumer Prices Index or the Retail Prices Index rates.These are usually around 3.9 percent, but this year they have been around nine percent, and most operators have raised their mobile and broadband tariffs. spusu’s SIM-only plans start from £9.90 per month, rising to £29.90 for its unlimited data, messages, and minutes plan.

Mobile price increases impact millions of consumers, raising concerns about the affordability of mobile phone contracts. Often, they can come as a surprise to those who haven’t budgeted for the increase. This can be because they’ve not read the terms and conditions when they sign up or are simply unaware that mobile providers are entitled to increase each year,” said spusu UK MD Christian Banhans.

For customers who would prefer to opt out of facing a price increase, they often face a penalty in the form of a huge exit fee, depending on how many months are left in the contract,” continued Banhans. “Spusu does not want to contribute to the ongoing stress people are facing with their bills increasing and believes in offering a fair and affordable service. This means the price freeze applies to all customers who take out a plan from today, including those already on the spusu network.”

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