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48 relaunches with new membership plans - starting at €9.99

48 relaunches with new membership plans – starting at €9.99
John Reilly
  • On June 3, 2020

Remember 48 Months? Well they’re back with a new shorter name, just 48 now, and new data plans for customers.The new plans come in at two price points, €9.99 and €14.99 with the former giving you access to 20GB of data and the latter giving you access to 40GB.

Here’s more detail on the new €9.99 monthly memberships

  • 20GB data
  • 300 minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 7GB EU/UK Roaming
  • 4G connectivity

And what you can expect with the new €14.99 monthly membership:

  • 40GB data
  • 300 minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 9GB EU/UK Roaming
  • 4G connectivity

48 also claim that ​”most networks offer similar data deals, so you’d think they are the best deals” so to stand out from the crowd, they’ve created 6 ways you can play around with your data on any given month:

Swap It – You can swap unused minutes for extra data.

Save It – You can save 5GB for emergencies, making sure you don’t use it unless you really need to.

Carry It – You can roll any excess data over to next month before you lose it.

Donate It – You can donate to 48 Months’ chosen charity, FoodCloud, to turn your data into donations. FoodCloud help to tackle one of the major contributors to climate change – food waste.

Share It – You can share data with a friend who’s also on 48 Months through the My48 App.

Borrow It – Once a month, you can ask 48 Months for an extra 1GB of data if you’re running low and they will just take it out of your next month’s plan.

Speaking about the new membership plans, Eilis Fitzgerald, Marketing Manager, 48 said; “We’re incredibly excited to unveil our two new membership plans today. Since 2012, 48 is Ireland’s first digital-only youth mobile network and more recently we recognised the need to freshen up our membership plans to better suit our customer’s needs.”

We listened to our target market and have created a mobile experience that is truly different, offering the flexibility that our customers crave. Finally, Ireland has a mobile network serving the youth market, offering a revolutionary data experience, greater flexibility at an affordable price point.”

The new plans can be seen to try and compete for the uber-competitive SIM only market, one which the likes of GoMo seem to have capitalised on with their recent entry into the Irish market. The 48 network works off of Three Ireland’s network which claims 98% 4G coverage across the country.

You can learn more about the new plans at

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