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There are 3 main mobilephone networks in Belgium, all of them accessible with monthly subscription or pay-as-you-go systems.

  • Proximus [http://www.proximus.be], leader on the market and joint branch of the Belgian phone company Belgacom, and Vodafone. It offers several solutions: from proxitime (small usage) to proxipro (intensive usage) and Pay&go cards.
  • Mobistar [http://www.mobistar.be], linked to the Orange group. It offers monthly subscription solutions and pre-paid cards (Tempo).
  • Base [http://www.base.be] offers simple fares and does not make any difference between subscribers (Postpaid) and card users (Prepaid).

Related article: Landline phone in Belgium

Update 18/11/2005



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