DAY IN ADVANCE
CALL WHEN YOU HAVE RUN OUT OF BALANCERemember, when you wanted to call your friend or surf the Internet, but there was no balance on your account? And there was no way to refill it either... Murphy’s law in action! LMT Karte boldly claims that you should not be kept silent! Continue to call, when the balance is depleted or expired! Sign up to the DAY IN ADVANCE and call, send text messages and use the Internet, but pay when you have refilled your LMT Karte account!
The service includes:
- 50 MB of data in Latvia and in other EEA countries
- 50 call and messaging units to the largest mobile networks in Latvia (LMT, Amigo, Tele2, Bite) and while you travel to the EEA
HOW TO GET CONNECTED?Very easy – just text* A to1675.
The service becomes available immediately after the receipt of a confirmation message and is operation until 23:59:59 of the next day.
COSTSCharge of 0,98 € is applied, as soon as you have enough funds in your LMT Karte account.
- You can sign up to Day in Advance, if:
* you have used the LMT Karte for at least 6 months;
* the balance does not exceed 0.71 € and/or has expired;
* all of your services have been paid for.
- Information about the remaining units can be received by:
* sending a command i to 1675;
* by entering *120# in your phone.
- Unit increments:
* for calls – 1 minute;
* for data – 128 kilobytes;
* for text messages – 1 message.
- If you have signed up to the DAY IN ADVANCE when you still have a few cents left in your account, the DAY IN ADVANCE units are spent first. Units and tariffs may be changed in the middle of a conversation or a data session.
- The unused DAY IN ADVANCE units will be deleted:
* after the expiry of the DAY IN ADVANCE;
* after the use-by date of the LMT Karte.
- If the expiry date of the remaining account balance is before the expiry date of the DAY IN ADVANCE when you sign up to it, you can use only the units included in the DAY IN ADVANCE, when the account balance expires.
- DAY IN ADVANCE is not available to the users of LMT “Pre-paid Mobile Internet”.