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For updated information on our rates and offers, please visit our website or you can call customer service on 404020 from your Ringo mobile number.

Yes, you will receive a message confirming your offer activation.

If you do not receive a confirmation message, please call customer service on 404020 from your Ringo Mobile.

There are extra charges imposed if Ringo Mobile Web services are accessed abroad. Please visit the Information Roaming webpage.

No there are no charges. Calls to access voicemail are totally free.

All minors (under 18) can subscribe to Ringo services and packages provided that the SIM card is purchased and signed by the guardian, legal representative or parent.

All modern phones mostly have the WLAN feature. You need to activate your WiFi on your mobile phone and connect to any WLAN in range to surf the Internet. In case you do not have the WLAN feature, you can always use the mobile phone network to surf the Internet.

The quickest way is to see it on your mobile phone by dialing *#06# .You can also find the IMEI on the original box in which the handset came or the label inside the phone, often under the battery.

We are always available 24 hours around the clock, ready to assist you. Please contact customer service at 404020 as quickly as possible and one of our representatives will help you.

If you do not use your SIM card for more than 12 months it will be automatically deactivated. If you do not use it to make a call or send a text for more than 12 months your number will be barred.

To avoid this you get one more month to top-up and reconnect with our services. Unfortunately, these SIM cards cannot be reconnected after this and the mobile number also stops being available for you to use.

2G is GSM (Global system for mobile) a second generation mobile network.

3G is UMTS (Universal mobile telecommunications system) a third generation mobile network.

4G is LTE (Long term evolution) a fourth generation mobile network.

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