T Mobile offers savings for travelling users
3 July 2009 — 2:00 PM
Consumers looking to save money on the latest contracts for their mobile phones may be interested in what T Mobile currently has to offer.
The network announced changes to two of its sim-only packages this week, allowing people more choice when it comes to shopping for a new model.
In addition, the alterations to the Solo 12 Month and Solo International tariffs aim to save users money by offering 800 voice call minutes, as well as unlimited texts and web access for £20 per month.
However, the latter offering also allows 200 of the inclusive minutes for contacting friends and family in other countries and the former can be boosted to 1,400 minutes for an extra fee of £10.
Steve Mitchell, head of post pay at T Mobile, said: "We introduced Solo in May last year to appeal to the growing sim-only market and have listened to the feedback from our customers to bring new benefits and levels of flexibility."
It was also announced this week that the carrier would introduce a new £5 add-on called Family Booster.
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