O2 streaming bundle with Apple MacBook Pro 13 M1 for only 74.99 euros per month

Mobile and Internet service provider O2 has a real bargain on offer for fans of Netflix & Co. If you don’t want to do without a MacBook from Apple for work or hobbies, you can secure a tailor-made streaming bundle. The offer, which is only valid for a short time, offers everything you need for streaming. In addition to an O2 Free Unlimited Max rate, you’ll also get a brand-new 13-inch MacBook Pro with a powerful M1 processor, among other things.

Early Easter present

While the notebook with a whopping 256GB of storage is the real highlight about the bundle, you shouldn’t ignore the other features either. For just 74.99 euros per month, you not only get a fast computer with fast Internet. You can also stream unlimited Netflix, Sky Ticket, or O2 TV. With the fast O2 Unlimited GB LTE/5G rate, you can surf the web at up to 300 Mbps. This not only allows you to stream smoothly and in top quality. On top of that, you can call and write to all German networks to your heart’s content. If you already have a Netflix subscription, you can get credit for the duration of the streaming bundle.

Bingewatching on lockdown

O2 could hardly have proven better timing with its streaming bundle. With the help of the MacBook Pro, you can enjoy movies, series and documentaries everywhere. However, this is probably best done on the couch at home or on a lazy Sunday in your own bed. And the premium notebook from Apple is perfectly suited for this. The reason for this is not only the razor-sharp and brilliant Retina display. On top of that, the latest generation not only offers a lot of performance thanks to its own M1 processor, but also long battery runtimes. Huawei’s handy E5576 mobile router ensures that your MacBook always has a fast Internet connection. You can get the limited offer in the O2 online shop.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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