Bouygues Telecom targets the young with dedicated box

France’s Bouygues Telecom has launched a new box offering dedicated to students and young people under the age of 26.

The operator said the new service was targeted primarily at students no longer living at home.

The service comprises a 4G or 5G box and unlimited internet access.

The 4G device is available for €22.99 a month, while the 5G box costs a little more: €27.99.

Bouygues is offering Amazon Prime free for one year as part of the bundle, bringing Prime Video, Amazon Music, Prime Gaming, Prime Reading and free delivery of home shopping to subscribers.

Amazon Prime will be available for €6.99 a month after the free year.

The company says the bundle, dubbed L’offre – 26 ans, is available to 18-25 year-olds, without the need for ongoing contracts. Users can suspend their subscription one time for a maximum of two months, for example at the end of term when the change where they live.

“With ‘L’offre – 26 ans’, Bouygues Telecom wants to offer young people an internet box at a competitive price that answers their need for flexibility. We are delighted to additionally make an offer of shopping and entertainment available to them, with Prime offered by Bouygues Telecom for one year,” said Laure Joslet, deputy CEO for mass market and professional customers at Bouygues Telecom.

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