Changes in MTS and Beeline archived tariffs

Programs for transferring subscribers from archived tariffs to existing or specially created ones. As well as the next price corrections on those archival tariffs that you decided (yet?) Not to touch. The changes are different in different regions, so you and I need to carefully follow the news of our operators.

Most recently I wrote about changes in Tele2 archive tariffs, before that I regularly warned about small price corrections from other operators. The usual routine of our "Operators" section on Mobile-Review. Still, operators more often try to adjust prices and parameters by issuing new tariffs and sending previous versions to the archive. For example, the most recent release of the next new line "Everything" in Beeline, our review is here.

Nevertheless, the old stable stereotype “The new tariff is better” is no longer working. And you and I remember well the times when people were looking forward to the release of new proposals and rushed headlong to move on without even reading the description of the novelty properly. Now people more and more often do not expect improvements and, at least at first, carefully compare the new versions with those sent to the archive. If the mountain does not want to go to Mohammed, then. That's right, operators are increasingly adjusting archival tariffs.

And the most aggressive way, which is becoming more widespread, is the complete closure of archival tariffs with the forced transfer of subscribers to existing versions. Preferably on the version with a subscription fee. Or, as in the current Beeline program, a transfer to specially created conditionally archival tariffs. The prefix is ​​“conditionally” because the tariffs themselves are new, but they were originally placed in the archive and you can’t just connect to them.

Beeline

The wording is predictable: the old tariffs are expensive, irrelevant and "unclaimed" (!), but the new ones are simply wonderful and much more profitable. If you don’t want to “claim” a new one yourself, we will decide for you and translate it ourselves. I also liked the unexpected statement about the “freeing up of resources”, which will be directed to the development of services that customers need. Care, continuous care, from which you can’t hide and hide. Above is the spring announcement of Beeline, I already wrote about this comprehensive federal program. It seems that the process intensified in April-May, but there are no exact dates for each tariff/region. As far as I remember, they promised to complete the process before the end of 2017.

Let me remind you again: in different regions in different ways, lists of tariffs and parameters may differ. For example, for Moscow, on the Beeline website in the "Archive" section, there has long been a pdf file with a complete list of archival tariffs and new modifications to which they will be transferred or have already been transferred. Thank you for adding links to these extensive lists and comparing / understanding what was and what will be relatively easy. Check the website for your region.

“Good evening, dear Client! Your tariff has been changed as part of the optimization. The operator has the right to change the conditions for the provision of communication services in accordance with the contract and the legislation of the Russian Federation. At the same time, if you are not satisfied with your tariff, you can choose another one by calling 0850 or on www.beeline.ru in the “Tariffs” section. Thank you for using Beeline services! With best regards. '.

I stole from the forum the answer of the subscription service to the question about auto-change of the tariff. I have already written more than once that the operator has the right not only to change prices in archival tariffs, but also to transfer the subscriber to another tariff. So, for us, this is not news, just another confirmation.

Readers from different regions carefully provide me with links and screenshots of the MTS news about the closure of archival tariffs. As you can see, the wording is similar to Beeline announcements, also taking care of the client. But the exact date is indicated, June 06, 2017. If you have an archived tariff, be sure to scroll through the list of news and look for the one you need. If there is news in your region, then at the bottom of the text there should be a pdf file with a list of regional changes.

As far as I understand, in all "participating regions" we are talking about the transfer of subscribers of the archived "Super MTS" to "Smart Mini" with a monthly fee. And so that people do not get very upset, the first month after the transfer, they will not take a monthly fee for their new “Smart Mini”. More precisely, they will write off a symbolic 1 rub. per month. And there, you see, they will get used to enjoying all the benefits of a package tariff and paying a subscription.

It remains possible until June 06 to change the archived Super MTS to another tariff without a monthly fee. Moreover, even after June 06, it will be possible to change the tariff for free, the forced transfer to Smart Mini does not affect the status of the “One free tariff change per month” counter. Just keep in mind that after changing the tariff to another one without a monthly fee, you will have to spend some time turning off the paid services of the starter package.

About "point" price hikes

In the Moscow region, the archived "Super MTS" is not touched yet. Perhaps you thought transferring to Smart Mini for 350 rubles/month is too sharp for users of tariffs without a subscription. Or they will launch this procedure after a while, wait and see.

So far, we have limited ourselves to price correction, including archival tariffs for the Guest and Your Country lines, the news is here. As usual, news should be read from bottom to top, all essential information in the last lines. Judging by the news, the “Your Country” tariffs lead to a certain “common denominator” and increase the prices of some calls and SMS, similarly to the “Guest” line, but with them it’s just a rise in price without unification.

From funny. At the same time, I wanted to remind you about the recent price hikes on the Smart and Smart Unlimited tariffs and immediately came across the neighboring news “The year of surprises continues!” The news is not about that, but the headline turned out to be phenomenally “on topic”. As for the rise in prices, you can read the news here. On Smart and Smart Unlimited tariffs, they rise in price to 2 rubles. (was 1.5 rubles) local SMS in excess of those included in the package, but that's okay, it's unlikely to affect many users. Worse, from May 18, at the Smart tariff, the price of additional traffic packages is increased from 75 to 95 rubles. for each package 500 MB. If you have a lot of such packages every month, then it's time to order an invoice and evaluate your needs in minutes of communication. Perhaps 350 minutes a month is usually enough for you, then there is a direct reason to switch from Smart to Smart Unlimited.

It can be difficult to choose between Smart and "Smart Unlimited", deciding on the priority of minutes or mobile Internet, and the more "older" alternative Smart + is already more expensive than 1,000 rubles. per month. Nothing to do about. But the rest of the packages are transferred to the next month.

Changes in MTS and Beeline archived tariffs

Programs for transferring subscribers from archived tariffs to existing or specially created ones. As well as the next price corrections on those archival tariffs that you decided (yet?) Not to touch. Changes are different in different regions, so you and I need to carefully follow the news of our operators.

Most recently I wrote about changes in Tele2 archive tariffs, before that I regularly warned about small price corrections from other operators. The usual routine of our "Operators" section on Mobile-Review. Still, operators more often try to adjust prices and parameters by issuing new tariffs and sending previous versions to the archive. For example, the most recent release of the next new line "Everything" in Beeline, our review is here.

Nevertheless, the old stable stereotype “The new tariff is better” is no longer working. And you and I remember well the times when people were looking forward to the release of new proposals and rushed headlong to move on without even reading the description of the novelty properly. Now people more and more often do not expect improvements and, at least at first, carefully compare the new versions with those sent to the archive. If the mountain does not want to go to Mohammed, then. That's right, operators are increasingly adjusting archival tariffs.

And the most aggressive way, which is becoming more widespread, is the complete closure of archival tariffs with the forced transfer of subscribers to existing versions. Preferably on the version with a subscription fee. Or, as in the current Beeline program, a transfer to specially created conditionally archival tariffs. The prefix is ​​“conditionally” because the tariffs themselves are new, but they were originally placed in the archive and you can’t just connect to them.

Beeline

The wording is predictable: the old tariffs are expensive, irrelevant and "unclaimed" (!), but the new ones are simply wonderful and much more profitable. If you don’t want to “claim” a new one yourself, we will decide for you and translate it ourselves. I also liked the unexpected statement about the “freeing up of resources”, which will be directed to the development of services that customers need. Care, continuous care, from which you can’t hide and hide. Above is the spring announcement of Beeline, I already wrote about this comprehensive federal program. It seems that the process intensified in April-May, but there are no exact dates for each tariff/region. As far as I remember, they promised to complete the process before the end of 2017.

Let me remind you again: in different regions in different ways, lists of tariffs and parameters may differ. For example, for Moscow, on the Beeline website in the "Archive" section, there has long been a pdf file with a complete list of archival tariffs and new modifications to which they will be transferred or have already been transferred. Thank you for adding links to these extensive lists and comparing / understanding what was and what will be relatively easy. Check the website for your region.

“Good evening, dear Client! Your tariff has been changed as part of the optimization. The operator has the right to change the conditions for the provision of communication services in accordance with the contract and the legislation of the Russian Federation. At the same time, if you are not satisfied with your tariff, you can choose another one by calling 0850 or on www.beeline.ru in the “Tariffs” section. Thank you for using Beeline services! With best regards. '.

I stole from the forum the answer of the subscription service to the question about auto-change of the tariff. I have already written more than once that the operator has the right not only to change prices in archival tariffs, but also to transfer the subscriber to another tariff. So, for us, this is not news, just another confirmation.

Readers from different regions carefully provide me with links and screenshots of the MTS news about the closure of archival tariffs. As you can see, the wording is similar to Beeline announcements, also taking care of the client. But the exact date is indicated, June 06, 2017. If you have an archived tariff, be sure to scroll through the list of news and look for the one you need. If there is news in your region, then at the bottom of the text there should be a pdf file with a list of regional changes.

As far as I understand, in all "participating regions" we are talking about the transfer of subscribers of the archived "Super MTS" to "Smart Mini" with a monthly fee. And so that people do not get very upset, the first month after the transfer, they will not take a monthly fee for their new “Smart Mini”. More precisely, they will write off a symbolic 1 rub. per month. And there, you see, they will get used to enjoying all the benefits of a package tariff and paying a subscription.

It remains possible until June 06 to change the archived Super MTS to another tariff without a monthly fee. Moreover, even after June 06, it will be possible to change the tariff for free, the forced transfer to Smart Mini does not affect the status of the “One free tariff change per month” counter. Just keep in mind that after changing the tariff to another one without a monthly fee, you will have to spend some time turning off the paid services of the starter package.

About "point" price hikes

In the Moscow region, the archived "Super MTS" is not touched yet. Perhaps you thought transferring to Smart Mini for 350 rubles/month is too sharp for users of tariffs without a subscription. Or they will launch this procedure after a while, wait and see.

So far, we have limited ourselves to price correction, including archival tariffs for the Guest and Your Country lines, the news is here. As usual, news should be read from bottom to top, all essential information in the last lines. Judging by the news, the “Your Country” tariffs lead to a certain “common denominator” and increase the prices of some calls and SMS, similarly to the “Guest” line, but with them it’s just a rise in price without unification.

From funny. At the same time, I wanted to remind you about the recent price hikes on the Smart and Smart Unlimited tariffs and immediately came across the neighboring news “The year of surprises continues!” The news is not about that, but the headline turned out to be phenomenally “on topic”. As for the rise in prices, you can read the news here. On Smart and Smart Unlimited tariffs, they rise in price to 2 rubles. (was 1.5 rubles) local SMS in excess of those included in the package, but that's okay, it's unlikely to affect many users. Worse, from May 18, at the Smart tariff, the price of additional traffic packages is increased from 75 to 95 rubles. for each package 500 MB. If you have a lot of such packages every month, then it's time to order an invoice and evaluate your needs in minutes of communication. Perhaps 350 minutes a month is usually enough for you, then there is a direct reason to switch from Smart to Smart Unlimited.

It can be difficult to choose between Smart and "Smart Unlimited", determining the priority of minutes or mobile Internet, and the more "older" alternative Smart + is already more expensive than 1,000 rubles. per month. Nothing to do about. But the rest of the packages are transferred to the next month.

Changes in MTS and Beeline archived tariffs

Programs for transferring subscribers from archived tariffs to existing or specially created ones. As well as the next price corrections on those archival tariffs that you decided (yet?) Not to touch. The changes are different in different regions, so you and I need to carefully follow the news of our operators.

Most recently I wrote about changes in Tele2 archive tariffs, before that I regularly warned about small price corrections from other operators. The usual routine of our "Operators" section on Mobile-Review. Still, operators more often try to adjust prices and parameters by issuing new tariffs and sending previous versions to the archive. For example, the most recent release of the next new line "Everything" in Beeline, our review is here.

Nevertheless, the old stable stereotype “The new tariff is better” is no longer working. And you and I remember well the times when people were looking forward to the release of new proposals and rushed headlong to move on without even reading the description of the novelty properly. Now people more and more often do not expect improvements and, at least at first, carefully compare the new versions with those sent to the archive. If the mountain does not want to go to Mohammed, then. That's right, operators are increasingly adjusting archival tariffs.

And the most aggressive way, which is becoming more widespread, is the complete closure of archival tariffs with the forced transfer of subscribers to existing versions. Preferably on the version with a subscription fee. Or, as in the current Beeline program, a transfer to specially created conditionally archival tariffs. The prefix is ​​“conditionally” because the tariffs themselves are new, but they were originally placed in the archive and you can’t just connect to them.

Beeline

The wording is predictable: the old tariffs are expensive, irrelevant and "unclaimed" (!), but the new ones are simply wonderful and much more profitable. If you don’t want to “claim” a new one yourself, we will decide for you and translate it ourselves. I also liked the unexpected statement about the “freeing up of resources”, which will be directed to the development of services that customers need. Care, solid care, from which you can’t hide and hide. Above is the spring announcement of Beeline, I already wrote about this comprehensive federal program. It seems that the process intensified in April-May, but there are no exact dates for each tariff/region. As far as I remember, they promised to complete the process before the end of 2017.

Let me remind you again: in different regions in different ways, lists of tariffs and parameters may differ. For example, for Moscow, on the Beeline website in the "Archive" section, there has long been a pdf file with a complete list of archival tariffs and new modifications to which they will be transferred or have already been transferred. Thank you for adding links to these extensive lists and comparing / understanding what was and what will be relatively easy. Check the website for your region.

“Good evening, dear Client! Your tariff has been changed as part of the optimization. The operator has the right to change the conditions for the provision of communication services in accordance with the contract and the legislation of the Russian Federation. At the same time, if you are not satisfied with your tariff, you can choose another one by calling 0850 or on www.beeline.ru in the “Tariffs” section. Thank you for using Beeline services! With best regards. '.

I stole from the forum the answer of the subscription service to the question about auto-change of the tariff. I have already written more than once that the operator has the right not only to change prices in archival tariffs, but also to transfer the subscriber to another tariff. So, for us, this is not news, just another confirmation.

Readers from different regions carefully provide me with links and screenshots of the MTS news about the closure of archival tariffs. As you can see, the wording is similar to Beeline announcements, also taking care of the client. But the exact date is indicated, June 06, 2017. If you have an archive tariff, be sure to scroll through the list of news and look for the one you need. If there is news in your region, then at the bottom of the text there should be a pdf-file with a list of regional changes.

As far as I understand, in all "participating regions" we are talking about the transfer of subscribers of the archived "Super MTS" to "Smart Mini" with a monthly fee. And so that people do not get very upset, the first month after the transfer, they will not take a monthly fee for their new “Smart Mini”. More precisely, they will write off a symbolic 1 rub. per month. And there, you see, they will get used to enjoying all the benefits of a package tariff and paying a subscription.

It remains possible until June 06 to change the archived Super MTS to another tariff without a monthly fee. Moreover, even after June 06, it will be possible to change the tariff for free, the forced transfer to Smart Mini does not affect the status of the “One free tariff change per month” counter. Just keep in mind that after changing the tariff to another one without a monthly fee, you will have to spend some time turning off the paid services of the starter package.

About "point" price hikes

In the Moscow region, the archived "Super MTS" is not touched yet. Perhaps you thought transferring to Smart Mini for 350 rubles/month is too sharp for users of tariffs without a subscription. Or they will launch this procedure after a while, wait and see.

So far, we have limited ourselves to price correction, including archival tariffs for the Guest and Your Country lines, the news is here. As usual, news should be read from bottom to top, all essential information in the last lines. Judging by the news, the “Your Country” tariffs lead to a certain “common denominator” and increase the prices of some calls and SMS, similarly to the “Guest” line, but with them it’s just a rise in price without unification.

From funny. At the same time, I wanted to remind you about the recent price hikes on the Smart and Smart Unlimited tariffs and immediately came across the neighboring news “The year of surprises continues!” The news is not about that, but the headline turned out to be phenomenally “on topic”. As for the rise in prices, you can read the news here. On Smart and Smart Unlimited tariffs, they rise in price to 2 rubles. (was 1.5 rubles) local SMS in excess of those included in the package, but that's okay, it's unlikely to affect many users. Worse, from May 18, at the Smart tariff, the price of additional traffic packages is increased from 75 to 95 rubles. for each package 500 MB. If you have a lot of such packages every month, then it's time to order an invoice and evaluate your needs in minutes of communication. Perhaps 350 minutes a month is usually enough for you, then there is a direct reason to switch from Smart to Smart Unlimited.

It can be difficult to choose between Smart and "Smart Unlimited", determining the priority of minutes or mobile Internet, and the more "older" alternative Smart + is already more expensive than 1,000 rubles. per month. Nothing to do about. But the rest of the packages are transferred to the next month.

Changes in MTS and Beeline archived tariffs

Programs for transferring subscribers from archived tariffs to existing or specially created ones. As well as the next price corrections on those archival tariffs that you decided (yet?) Not to touch. The changes are different in different regions, so you and I need to carefully follow the news of our operators.

Most recently I wrote about changes in Tele2 archive tariffs, before that I regularly warned about small price corrections from other operators. The usual routine of our "Operators" section on Mobile-Review. Still, operators more often try to adjust prices and parameters by issuing new tariffs and sending previous versions to the archive. For example, the most recent release of the next new line "Everything" in Beeline, our review is here.

Nevertheless, the old stable stereotype “The new tariff is better” is no longer working. And you and I remember well the times when people were impatiently waiting for the release of new proposals and rushed headlong to move on without even reading the description of the novelty properly. Now people more and more often do not expect improvements and, at least at first, carefully compare the new versions with those sent to the archive. If the mountain does not want to go to Mohammed, then. That's right, operators are increasingly adjusting archival tariffs.

And the most aggressive way, which is becoming more widespread, is the complete closure of archival tariffs with the forced transfer of subscribers to existing versions. Preferably on the version with a subscription fee. Or, as in the current Beeline program, a transfer to specially created conditionally archival tariffs. The prefix is ​​“conditionally” because the tariffs themselves are new, but they were originally placed in the archive and you can’t just connect to them.

Beeline

The wording is predictable: the old tariffs are expensive, irrelevant and "unclaimed" (!), but the new ones are simply wonderful and much more profitable. If you don’t want to “claim” a new one yourself, we will decide for you and translate it ourselves. I also liked the unexpected statement about the “freeing up of resources”, which will be directed to the development of services that customers need. Care, solid care, from which you can’t hide and hide. Above is the spring announcement of Beeline, I already wrote about this comprehensive federal program. It seems that the process intensified in April-May, but there are no exact dates for each tariff/region. As far as I remember, they promised to complete the process before the end of 2017.

Let me remind you again: in different regions in different ways, lists of tariffs and parameters may differ. For example, for Moscow, on the Beeline website in the "Archive" section, there has long been a pdf file with a complete list of archival tariffs and new modifications to which they will be transferred or have already been transferred. Thank you for adding links to these extensive lists and comparing / understanding what was and what will be relatively easy. Check the website for your region.

“Good evening, dear Client! Your tariff has been changed as part of the optimization. The operator has the right to change the conditions for the provision of communication services in accordance with the contract and the legislation of the Russian Federation. At the same time, if you are not satisfied with your tariff, you can choose another one by calling 0850 or on www.beeline.ru in the “Tariffs” section. Thank you for using Beeline services! With best regards. '.

I stole from the forum the answer of the subscription service to the question about auto-change of the tariff. I have already written more than once that the operator has the right not only to change prices in archival tariffs, but also to transfer the subscriber to another tariff. So, for us, this is not news, just another confirmation.

About "point" price hikes

In the Moscow region, the archived "Super MTS" is not touched yet. Perhaps they considered the transfer to Smart Mini for 350 rubles / month too sharp for users of tariffs without a monthly fee. Or they will launch this procedure after a while, wait and see.

In the Moscow region, the archived "Super MTS" is not touched yet. Perhaps they considered transfer to Smart Mini for 350 rubles/month is too sharp for users of tariffs without a monthly fee. Or they will launch this procedure after a while, wait and see.

So far, we have limited ourselves to price correction, including archival tariffs for the "Guest" and "Your Country" lines, the news is here. As usual, news should be read from bottom to top, all essential information in the last lines. Judging by the news, the “Your Country” tariffs lead to a certain “common denominator” and increase the prices of some calls and SMS, similarly to the “Guest” line, but with them it’s just a rise in price without unification.

From funny. At the same time, I wanted to remind you about the recent price hikes on the Smart and Smart Unlimited tariffs and immediately came across the neighboring news “The year of surprises continues!” The news is not about that, but the headline turned out to be phenomenally “on topic”. As for the rise in prices, you can read the news here. On Smart and Smart Unlimited tariffs, they rise in price to 2 rubles. (was 1.5 rubles) local SMS in excess of those included in the package, but that's okay, it's unlikely to affect many users. Worse, from May 18, at the Smart tariff, the price of additional traffic packages is increased from 75 to 95 rubles. for each package 500 MB. If you have a lot of such packages every month, then it's time to order an invoice and evaluate your needs in minutes of communication. Perhaps 350 minutes a month is usually enough for you, then there is a direct reason to switch from Smart to Smart Unlimited.

It can be difficult to choose between Smart and "Smart Unlimited", determining the priority of minutes or mobile Internet, and the more "older" alternative Smart + is already more expensive than 1,000 rubles. per month. Nothing to do about. But the rest of the packages are transferred to the next month.