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T-Mobile Internet Booster

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Dear all,

Here's a little tip: Recently I purchased my HTC Desire, like many of you did, through T-Mobile utilising their 300 texts and 300 minutes with free internet 'booster' tarrif, however this morning my first bill arrived so I promptly registered on their site and checked my tarrif.

Delving through T-Mobile's 'booster' options I found this small print:

Internet for 'always-on' phones (Android™ and Windows® Mobile). If your phone needs an 'always-on' internet connection, internet will be included in your price plan, so you can choose a different Flexible Booster. This will be highlighted on the phone overview page.

I've phoned T-Mobile who told me on their records I had a Nokia N600 (which I don't) and now that they've set me up correctly with an HTC Desire I can indeed use my booster for something else (as internet is included as default). So now I'm getting unlimited texts and internet for £25pcm. Nice.

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Hi,

I got my Desire on the £10 per month tariff for 100min, 100txt & unlimited Landline calls & Internet, paid £164 for the handset so well chuffed as i am not a heavy talk/text user . So over the 24month contract i am only paying £404 ;)

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Hi,

I got my Desire on the £10 per month tariff for 100min, 100txt & unlimited Landline calls & Internet, paid £164 for the handset so well chuffed as i am not a heavy talk/text user . So over the 24month contract i am only paying £404 ;)

I got mine from t-mobile via a "cash back" site saving £40 so mine's costing £364. over 24 months.

I see that t-mobile have now increased their prices. The same deal is now £15 per month apart from the phone ibeing £7 cheaper!

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Dear all,

Here's a little tip: Recently I purchased my HTC Desire, like many of you did, through T-Mobile utilising their 300 texts and 300 minutes with free internet 'booster' tarrif, however this morning my first bill arrived so I promptly registered on their site and checked my tarrif.

Delving through T-Mobile's 'booster' options I found this small print:

Internet for 'always-on' phones (Android™ and Windows® Mobile). If your phone needs an 'always-on' internet connection, internet will be included in your price plan, so you can choose a different Flexible Booster. This will be highlighted on the phone overview page.

I've phoned T-Mobile who told me on their records I had a Nokia N600 (which I don't) and now that they've set me up correctly with an HTC Desire I can indeed use my booster for something else (as internet is included as default). So now I'm getting unlimited texts and internet for £25pcm. Nice.

Exactly what I discovered, I use my booster for unlimited texts, although there is technically a limit...

Unlimited Text Allowance 9999609 Text messages

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