Meteor reaches 1 million customers

A lot of the content here at MIR especially regarding the networks is heavily UK oriented, however I picked this up in my news feeds regarding one over the networks over the water in Ireland.

Over at Mobile News they are reporting that Meteor reached 1 million customers earlier this month;

Meteor chief executive Larry Smith presented the network’s one millionth customer, Dublin man Keith Hanlon, with a prize of €500 (£397) credit every month for the next 10 years.

Hanlon also walked away with a holiday worth €10,000, giving his prize package a total value of €70,000.

It is really good to see Meteor celebrating this milestone in style, congratulations to the team over at Meteor.

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3 Responses to Meteor reaches 1 million customers

  1. Chris October 6, 2008 at 7:48 am #

    Sounds like he's pay as you go. If Mr Hanlon chooses to spend his, seemingly generous, prize using mobile data then he'll be able to use, at most 51 MB of GPRS traffic per day – just over 1.5 Gigabytes per month.

    (29.70 EUR for the 99c/day to get you 50 MB per day and the remaining 470.3 EUR for another 23 MB @ 2c/kilobyte). Hrm.

  2. Chris October 6, 2008 at 8:48 am #

    Sounds like he's pay as you go. If Mr Hanlon chooses to spend his, seemingly generous, prize using mobile data then he'll be able to use, at most 51 MB of GPRS traffic per day – just over 1.5 Gigabytes per month.

    (29.70 EUR for the 99c/day to get you 50 MB per day and the remaining 470.3 EUR for another 23 MB @ 2c/kilobyte). Hrm.

  3. Chris October 6, 2008 at 1:48 pm #

    Sounds like he's pay as you go. If Mr Hanlon chooses to spend his, seemingly generous, prize using mobile data then he'll be able to use, at most 51 MB of GPRS traffic per day – just over 1.5 Gigabytes per month.

    (29.70 EUR for the 99c/day to get you 50 MB per day and the remaining 470.3 EUR for another 23 MB @ 2c/kilobyte). Hrm.

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