Friday, September 19, 2008

T-Mobile launches flexible mobile broadband packages

T-Mobile is now offering mobile broadband with no monthly contract from just £2 per day.

The new Mobile Broadband USB Stick 110 costs £49.99, which is in keeping with similar offers from Three and Vodafone. This device can also be used as a memory stick by adding a microSD card (up to 8GB).

It costs £2 per day, £10 for 7 days and £20 for 30 days usage. There is of course a 3GB fair use policy, but T-Mobile says it doesn't penalise users who may go over the limit like other mobile broadband providers. The credit for mobile broadband can be topped up directly using the laptop on which its used.

Richard Warmsley, Head of Internet and Entertainment, T-Mobile UK, commented: "We've seen massive demand for mobile broadband from a range of people, so we're creating ways for customers to only pay for days they actually need.

"We have removed all complexity from the mobile broadband story, giving customers the confidence to simply pick it up off the shelf and start using it. Mobile broadband has hit the mainstream and we have made it simple for anyone to buy, use and understand."

Find out more here.

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