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DNA launches new 4G subscriptions

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DNA Nopea 4G comes with unlimited domestic data and 10 GB of EU data included in the monthly fee
 
The new DNA Nopea 4G subscriptions include the consumers’ favourite features: unlimited  Internet access in DNA’s mobile network and a sizable EU data package included in the monthly fee.
 
DNA’s three new subscriptions are DNA Nopea 4G Rajaton, DNA Nopea 4G Paketti and DNA Nopea 4G Jämpti. They are the best choice for customers who like to use their phones a lot both in Finland and in another EU country.
 
All new subscriptions come with unlimited domestic data and a high-speed 4G-capable Internet access of up to 100 Mbit/s, and an EU data package of 10 GB a month. The charging model for calls and messages can be selected: DNA Nopea 4G Rajaton includes unlimited calls and messages; DNA Nopea 4G Paketti contains 200 call minutes and 200 text messages; and in DNA Nopea 4G Jämpti calls and messages are charged pay-as-you-go, 7 cents per minute/message.
 
“Unlimited data is important to our customers, so it is included in the new subscriptions. The EU data package of the new plans is large enough to cover nearly all our customers’ use in the EU area,” says Cedric Kamtsan, who is in charge of the Handset Business at DNA.
 
The new subscription types will have no effect on the existing subscriptions. The domestic pricing will remain unchanged in those subscriptions, but the EU roaming pricing will change such that the calls made and messages sent in another EU country will be subject to the domestic price and the price for EU data transfer will drop by over 90 per cent.
 
The new subscriptions are designed for consumer customers, and they are available through DNA’s all consumer sales channels

Further information:
Cedric Kamtsan, Vice President, Handset Business, DNA Plc, tel. +358 44 906 2377, cedric.kamtsan@dna.fi
DNA Corporate Communications, tel. +358 44 044 8000, communications@dna.fi

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DNA Plc is a Finnish telecommunications group providing high-quality voice, data and TV services for communication, entertainment and working. DNA is Finland's largest cable operator and the leading pay TV provider in both cable and terrestrial networks. For DNA, the key area for growth in corporate business is the new way of working, independent of time and place, facilitated by smart terminal devices, diverse communications services and rapid connections. In 2016, DNA recorded net sales of EUR 859 million and an operating profit of EUR 91 million. DNA has more than 3.8 million subscriptions in its fixed and mobile communications networks. The Group also includes DNA Store, Finland's largest retail chain selling mobile phones. DNA shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. For further information, visit www.dna.fi or follow us on Twitter @DNA_fi, @DNA_Business and @DNA_Palvelu and Facebook.

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