No detail as of yet, I do no that they are going to beef them up a bit, they are scrapping the £30 18month tarrif as there is no call for this one.
t-mobile has emerged as the first network to announce a tariff refresh for 2007.
The operator is dropping its Relax tariffs for three new 12-month Flext plans from 1 February. Other networks have been keeping their new tariff plans under wraps as they wait to see what rivals offer.
Orange and O2 are both understood to be planning their own relaunches in the coming weeks. t-mobile is expected to make further announcements about tariff changes in the coming weeks. The operator's store managers claimed a major announcement was imminent.
t-mobile's move has prompted speculation as to how rivals react. One source said: 'They are all waiting for O2 to reinvent their tariffs, which is meant to happen in February.
'Everyone is remaining very tight-lipped about what they are planning. No-one wants to be outdone.'
t-mobile's new 12-month Flext plans crams in more value than was previously offered in its Relax offers. For example, a 12-month Flext 35 will offer up to 600 minutes or 1,200 texts, equating to £120 'worth' of value.
The old Relax 35 tariff offered only 500 fixed minutes and 200 fixed texts. The network is also phasing out its 18-month Flext 30 and 75 plans next month.