Mobile subscriptions - FAQ
What happens after all my included minutes have been used?
Afterwards, all calls (fixed and mobile) will be charged at the standard tariff.
What identification do I need to sign up for TalkTalk Mobile?
The following documents will be accepted: Swiss ID card, Swiss passport, residence permits B, C, L and legitimacy card.
I have a Mobile Postpaid subscription, how can I control the costs for data Roaming?
Order one of our Data Travel options or disable the function “Data Roaming” on your mobile phone/smartphone before your departure. You can find more information about this subject with your manufacturer or by reading the user’s manual of your device.
How long does the change from another provider to TalkTalk Mobile take?
The change depends on your current contract’s conditions which you have signed with your current provider.
How much does it cost to receive SMS abroad?
The reception of SMS abroad is free.
Where can I find the prices for international calls?
The international rates for the current tariff plans (Mobile S/M/L and S2/M2/L2, Mobile 3, Mobile 5, Mobile 5 Plus and Mobile à la carte) can be found here.
How can I check the amount of data I have used?
To check the amount of data you have already used, simply send an SMS with BALANCE to 361 or dial *143# and confirm with the call key.
How do I know how many remaining minutes I have available to call?
Send an SMS with the text BALANCE to 361 to check your available minutes remaining.
Which Data Booster options are available?
Data Booster 500 MB for CHF 7.50. Activate: SMS with START DATA500MB to 361.
Data Booster 1 GB for CHF 15.–. Activate: SMS START DATA1GB to 361.
Data Booster 3 GB for CHF 30.–. Activate: SMS START DATA3GB to 361.
The Data Booster packages are valid for the current billing period. Unused data volume expires at the end of each billing period. Only valid for Mobile S, M, L, Mobile S2, M2, L2, Mobile 3, Mobile à la carte, Mobile 5 and Mobile 5 Plus customers.
Where can I find information about TalkTalk’s network coverage?
You can find the network coverage map here.