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T-Mobile UK offers customers unlimited data bundle

T-Mobile UK Tweet - Unlimited data bundles
By DJ Reyes on 31 Jan 2012 01:51 pm EST
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Over a year ago we saw networks get rid of their unlimited data bundle. It was just a well anyway since their 'unlimited' offer came with a fair usage policy. Then, in December 2010 we also saw Three UK introduce their All-you-can-eat data bundle with their The One Plan. It offered customers unlimited data with no fair usage policy so one could download, stream all the wanted without having to think about going over their data bundle. Today, T-Mobile UK follows suit and has announced The Full Monty tariff. The plan offers unlimited data with no fair usage policy but it doesn't stop there, it also gives customers unlimited calls and texts. This first plan of its kind in the UK.

The Full Monty plans start at £36 a month, with another three tariffs going up - £41, £46 and £61. All are 24 month contracts. The £36 a month tariff however, is the only one not to offer unlimited calls. You get 2000 minutes, which for many maybe more than enough anyway.

The Full Monty Plan will be available from February 1 to new customers. No details have been given as to whether existing customers can move on the plan. For more details check out the T-Mobile UK website.

For more information on T-Mobile UK's The Full Month Plan

Source: TMobile News 

Reader comments

T-Mobile UK offers customers unlimited data bundle

15 Comments

Even with unlimited data I'd never go back to T-Mobile!

Have tried all the providers in the UK and T-Mobile have to be the worst!

Currently with Three on their One Plan, unlimited data galore and being able to use Orange and T-Mobile networks as well.

36 pounds a month is approx $60 canadian. For what I am paying a month I get unlimited nothing and no where near close to 2000 minutes... I am getting screwed here by Telus!!!

Canadian wireless providers are notorious for being the worst. High prices and offer very little. I'm with Robbers paying $56/month with -NO DATA- because I find it completely absurd to charge me $25 extra a month for 500MB of data when I barely use 50MB.

Thankfully my contract is nearly up and then I'll have to check out Mobilicity or Wind since they offer unlimited everything (or so it seems) for $55/month.

I would literally go Full Montey for T-Mo to bring that to the U.S. for $60/mo.... better make that $40/mo forever and throw in a yearly Full upgrade, too.

With T-Mobile's coverage over here? No thanks... I think I'd stick with Orange or Vodafone. Vodafone's network is scarily quick. I get 5MB/s in a small town just outside of Reading. During the day :)

***EDIT*** "Slaps head" D'oh! I just realized T-mobile can use Orange's 3G network. This seems like a pretty good deal now. :)

I would literally go Full Montey for T-Mo to bring that to the U.S. for $60/mo.... better make that $40/mo forever and throw in a yearly Full upgrade, too.

From BlackberryOS.com

PlayBook OS 2.0 Launching February 21st Officially Confirmed
by
AgentBlackBerry
Published on 02-16-2012 12:45 PM
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BlackBerry PlayBook

We have been waiting to hear an official date for OS 2.0 a really long time from BlackBerry or a RIM employee. Ever since the first whispers of a date were published, it's all been speculation. Today though we got some official RIM confirmation. At the Developing Native Games with the BlackBerry NDK 2.0 Webcast today, Angel Aldana, RIM Manager (Latin America Alliances), confirmed the official date of PlayBook's OS 2.0 launch to be... Tuesday, February 21st! Barring any setbacks, we will have a shiny new OS on our PlayBooks in about 5 days! This is awesome.