MTX Connect, Travel SIM Cards, roaming mobile services

MTX Connect, the newest global carrier on the block, has partnered with Miles & More, Europe’s biggest frequent flyer program that has over 27 million members worldwide, to allow its members to be able to use the broadband Internet in Europe and earn award miles.

MTX Connect, a mobile operator from Luxembourg, provides broadband Internet access in Europe for a flat rate of 9.99 Euro per day. Currently the service of broadband Internet access is available in Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Iceland, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Spain, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Turkey. The company will expand its coverage in the nearest future.

In fact, the company tells TruTower that the UK and Italy are expected in the next two weeks.

Travelers can get 500 miles as a welcome bonus plus 15 miles for every day they use the MTX Connect service once they’ve ordered the free MTX SIM card, then activate it and top up their account online.

“One of the goals of our business is to grow relationships with our partners ‘on the ground'”

“One of the goals of our business is to grow relationships with our partners ‘on the ground'” says Head of Miles & More GmbH Russia Elena Levicheva. “We would like to enable our clients to earn miles by not only flying Star Alliance airlines, but also by obtaining high-quality service from our partners. There are a lot of business travelers among the members of Miles & More. It is important for them to stay online during their trips to Europe. Now they no longer need to worry about this, thanks to our reliable partner, MTX Connect.”

“The service was launched commercially in July 2014 and instantly attracted almost 1,000 subscribers; this is without any special product promotion. Through the end of 2014, and in anticipation of the winter holiday season, we will continue to focus on expanding our network coverage and improving the quality of customer service”, said MTX Connect Managing Director Mikhail Kornev.

To find out more about the service, visit the official MTX page here on TruTower or click the “website” button at the bottom of that page to go to the company’s website to order a SIM.

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By Josh Robert Nay

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