New applications are no longer accepted as of September 1, 2015.
A discount service that allows you to easily start using a 4G LTE tablet.
〈About the monthly basic charge〉
〈About 2-year contract (Everybody Discount Single)〉
au Smart Value *For Zero Start Flat Rate: Application required
With an eligible fixed-line communications service (in combination with Internet + phone), you can get a permanent discount of ¥1,000 on the tablet usage fees!
★Eligible fixed-line communications services
[Fiber optic internet] au HIKARI (@nifty, @TCOM, ASAHI NET, au one net, BIGLOBE, DTI and So-net), au HIKARI Chura, commuf@ Hikari, eo Hikari, Pikara, MEGA EGG, BBIQ
[Cable TV] Cable television partnered with JCN and J:COM ★
〈About application of discounts〉
Smartphone Set Discount
Get a discount on basic charges when using as a set with an au Smartphone/4G LTE Featurephone
Condition: Available for customers whose au smartphones/4G LTE mobile phones are contracted under the same name and who have subscribed to an eligible Flat-rate Data Service or rate plan shown below.
* Plans whose applications are no longer accepted
Zero Start Discount
For customers who purchase a 4G LTE tablet and subscribe to LTE Double-Teigaku for Tab/Tab(i), a discount of ¥500 on the basic usage charge is applied for up to 24 months from the month of the subscription.
Even if the amount of data that you use within a month exceeds 7GB (additional 500MB when subscribed to the Tethering Option), no communication speed constraint is applied.
This option allows you to use your tablet or smartphone as a Wi-Fi router. Additional 500MB is added to the communications amount of 7GB that can be used without communications speed constraints.
(The additional data quantity of 500MB is not added during the free period of the option charge.)
Communications amount notification
You are notified that the amount of communications that you use exceeds 6GB or 7GB (plus 500MB when subscribed to the Tethering Option) with SMS (C-mail) the day after you exceed the amount.
In accordance with the launch of the Universal Service Fund System, au began imposing a "Universal Service Fee" on customers in January of 2007.
Click here to confirm the details.
[Regulations of 4G LTE / WiMAX 2+ / 3G communication speed]