So, here it is, the details of the new T-Mobile's Tariffs & Prices that you've been waiting for. However I would like to point out that anything could have changed between the time I received this details (last week) and the official T-Mobile's announcement/press release which is due on Monday 1st Feb 2010. So the details below may or may not be 100% correct. But I am pretty sure most of them are correct as it came from a very good source.
As soon as T-Mobile posts their full Press Release, it will be posted here too.
NOW INCLUDED WITH PRICE LISTING - CLICK FOR FURTHER DETAILS!
Now that we got it out of the way, here's the details that you've been waiting for...[/teaser]
Pay monthly (Replacing Combi and Flext)
- Customers can get fixed minutes and text deals on the following monthly costs - £10, £15, £20, £25, £30, £35 and £40 (24 month contracts)
- The deals will also be available on 18 month contracts for an additional £5 per month.
- Customers can get fixed minutes and text deals on the following monthly costs - £10, £15, £20 and £25.
- Customers can sign up for all tariffs on the 30 day rolling plan and £15, £20 and £25 on the 12 month plan.
Customers will now get a Flexible booster in addition to their text and minutes as part of their contract, which they can change each month. The flexible boosters include:
- Unlimited texts
- Unlimited internet
- Unlimited landline talk
- Unlimited T-Mobile talk
- Euro talk & text
- USA & Canada talk
- Europe & Amsterdam talk
I do not have the details with regarding to number of minutes, number of texts, etc, so it's all down to T-Mobile to provide you with the information as soon as they've launched their new/updated website. At the moment, the T-Mobile website is unavilable, which I suspect is because they're updating it with some new details of the new tariffs. Exciting stuff!
Once it's back up, hopefully we will see the details of what they're offering.
So who's not liking the idea of Flext/Combi being dropped? Or do you like the new tariffs deals? Will T-Mobile keep the existing Flext/Combi for existing customers who are still on contract?
The floor is open for discussion!