After São Paulo, Correios Celular arrives in Rio de Janeiro. Have you tested it?

After São Paulo, Correios Celular arrives in Rio de Janeiro.  Have you tested it?

It has been two months since Correios Celular officially went into operation. Available only in São Paulo and Brasília, now the virtual operator gains another city where it will offer its only prepaid plan. Check out the details below.

Correios is working on expanding its virtual operator, Correios Celular. The operator intends to offer its services to more than 90% of the population by September 2018, so it is essential that it is present in the main states and cities of Brazil. Now, Correios Celular services have arrived in Rio de Janeiro.

Until now, however, it was possible to use Correios’ services in São Paulo and Brasília, but there are some caveats. That’s because Correios Celular is managed by EuTV, which uses TIM’s infrastructure to function. Therefore, all cities that have the TIM signal offer coverage for Correios. However, not all services will be available to the user, since only these three locations have the official support of the state-owned company.

The plan sold to date by Correios Celular remains Alô 30, which offers the following benefits:

Post Offices – Alô 30

Minutes 100 minutes
Internet 1GB
SMS 100 SMS
Free access WhatsApp (except for downloading and sending videos and video calls) Free navigation on the websites: www.correioscelular.com.br, www.brasil.gov.br and www.correios.com.br
Price R $ 30.00
Period 30 days

To learn more about this Correios Celular plan, access the article below:

  • Correios Celular offers a plan with 1GB of internet and free WhatsApp for R $ 30

I haven’t yet had the opportunity to test Correios Celular’s services, such as customer service and coverage. As my home is in downtown São Paulo, I don’t face any problems with the coverage of traditional operators. Therefore, I intend to buy a Correios chip when I am in another location with greater oscillation to test it.

Do you already have a Correios Celular chip?