Prepaid Kids is a prepaid supplementary package that can be purchased together with the prepaid basic tariff. Prepaid Kids is available for all children and young people under the age of 16.
Validity and automatic renewal
The Prepaid Kids supplementary package is valid for 30 calendar days and is automatically renewed at midnight after the 30 days have expired, provided there is sufficient credit (e.g. purchase on 5.02.2021 at 17.00, valid until 4.03.2021 at 00.00). If there is insufficient credit at the time of automatic renewal, the renewal of the package will be temporarily suspended and usage will be charged at the base rate. As soon as sufficient credit is available again, automatic renewal will be reactivated and the credit will be charged with the package price. The automatic renewal of Prepaid Kids can be deactivated at cockpit.swisscom.ch.
Charging for non-included services
Services that are not included (e. g. calls to not included numbers) will be charged at the basic tariff (e.g. calls at 29 centimes/min.). If the high-speed data allowance (500 MB) is used up before expiry of the 30-day period, unlimited further surfing is possible with a reduced speed of 128 kbit/s or an additional high-speed data package can be purchased. During the bundled package’s validity period (30 days), the first change to an inclusive number is free of charge. Each subsequent change costs CHF 2.– and will be subtracted from your credit.
Expiry of included services
If the data unit allowance is not used up within the validity period, it will be forfeited. The data unit allowance is valid in the Swisscom mobile network (CH and LI). The unit allowance for SMS includes sending within Switzerland and from Switzerland to other countries. Excludes chargeable SMS services.
Switching to another package can be arranged at any time, but the new package will not be activated until after the validity period of the currently active package has expired.
Fair Use Policy
The Prepaid Kids tariff is valid for normal personal use. Swisscom reserves the right to curtail or restrict the service or take other appropriate steps if it can prove that usage considerably exceeds normal levels, or if there are justified indications that the SIM is being used for special applications (e.g. surveillance, machine-to-machine, direct dial and continuous connections).
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