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Mobile Phones Providers

Due to the poor quality of the old Czech land line system and the frustrating delays in line installation, the Czech Republic has become a mobile savvy country with the vast majority of the population owning at least one mobile phone. A new phone with all of the basic features will cost around CZK 1,500. Mobile Bazaaars around the city sell used mobile phones and mobile phone accessories for half the price of new ones but they are often of poor quality and some of the merchandise at these shops may be stolen. if you do buy a mobile phone from one of these stores, be forewarned - faulty phones probably will not be refunded.

If you are in the Czech Republic short-term, mobile companies offer a prepaid SIM card which comes with significantly inflated pre-minute rates. SIM cards are often included in the price of a new phone and sometimes providers will offer special packages that include free credits with the purchase of a phone and SIM. If you are in Brno for the long haul, you will want to get a contact with one of the mobile phone networks below.
Description: Get connected. telephone lines, Internet and Discount Voice Services. SAVE MONEY ON PHONE CALLS and Internet services.
Inserted: 2008-02-04
Name: EasyCard
Description: Use EasyCard from any telephone - home or office. Including pay phones. With EasyCard you get the lowest call rates. Period. With no additional fees.

Easy to buy by simply calling 234 690 431 . Easy to recharge too.

24 hour, 7 days a week online access to your account. View call records and your current account balance any time.

Inserted: 2008-02-04
Name: Mobile Phone Providers
Description: Mobile phone service is quite sophisticated and easy to arrange. The three operators are:

1. Telefónica 02 (Eurotel)
2. T - Mobile
3. Vodafone (OSKAR)
Inserted: 2006-01-21
Name: Skype
Description: Skype is available in 28 languages and is used in almost every country around the world. Skype generates revenue through its premium offerings such as making and receiving calls to and from landline and mobile phones, as well as voicemail and call forwarding. Skype, based in Luxembourg, has relationships with a growing network of hardware and software providers and is an eBay company (NASDAQ: EBAY).
Inserted: 2008-02-04
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