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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra - Activate This Fantastic Feature Right Away

A few days ago, Samsung has introduced the new flagship of the Galaxy series: the S22 Ultra 5G. And there are strong offers for the high-end smartph1. At Curved, the S22 Ultra 5G is currently available for once 1 Euro in the 20 GB tariff (LTE / 5G) of O2. You can also secure the Galaxy Buds Pro. How that works, we explain below in the post. As if that were not enough, there is also 100 Euro Cashback from Curved at the conclusion of the contract.

In the Free M tariff, you can surf with 20 GB of data volume and 5G in the network of o2. With speeds of up to 300 Mbps in the download and up to 50 Mbps in upload. Thus, you should not only use simple applications such as WhatsApp and Instagram properly, but also streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime should run smoothly on the go. After consumption of the inclusive volume, the surfing speed is throttled to 32 kbit / s. A telephone and SMS flatrate in all German networks is also on board beside EU roaming.

The minimum contract term is 24 months, but the unique connection fees amounting to 39.99 euros. In order to avoid an automatic extension of the contract, a period of one month should be terminated at the end of the contract.

Monthly the contract costs 59.99 euros. Less the cost of the smartphone, cashback and the headphones, the contract will effectively cost 0 euros per month. More about the bill will be read at the end of the post.

We will soon have a free level for stadia

A few days ago, the boss of Stadia, Phil Harrison, sat for an interview with Protocol where he revealed the next output of a free level for Stadia to come in a few months. He said, The big strategic difference is that in the coming months, you can discover Stadia for free. No money, without having to put a box in your home, you can simply click and play incredible games directly from our data center.

The very vogue cloud game platform has been launched with a dull reception and mediocre support after its release. Destined for more casual video game consumers, Google Stadia seemed to be a smart idea, but with some forgetfulness. The concept of cloud game is attractive because you do not need a powerful computer or console to run the games at their best.

Since passionate players already have systems to play, target consumers were the rapidly growing number of casual players. The problem comes from the fact that it requires a powerful Internet to maintain the resolution and image frequencies that customers want to withdraw from the service. After all, the idea is to replace powerful consoles. Unfortunately, many casual consumers do not have excellent Internet packages, and their upgrade is too expensive, or for some, it’s not even an option. Add to that you need to pay $129 and $9.99, the platform requires a decent initial investment, and if you need to upgrade your Internet, it may be cheaper to buy a game console.


The free level for Stadia could be exactly what Google needed to find an interesting service. It offers consumers an option without commitment to try the system and, more importantly, to test if their Internet is up to. In addition, if they are able to offer free quality games, this should even attract unconditional players to try new games without having to pay or download the software.

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