T Mobile launches revised business tariff
3 September 2009 — 2:00 PM
T Mobile has launched a new tariff that may interest those recycling mobile phones for a practical professional device.
Announced this week, the Business Unlimited plan offers as many calls and texts as required for £30 per month.
In addition, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile-powered device users can tack on all the internet and email access they need for an extra £5 charge, with other facilities including free voicemail, online account management and customer services.
Oliver Chivers, head of business marketing for T Mobile UK, said the group had sought to find out what business users needed from their contracts in order to come up with the revised package.
"We've learnt that complex pricing plans for mobile communications are an unnecessary headache for managers faced with continuing economic pressures," he explained, adding the new tariff provides "unbeatable value".
Some of the latest phones available through the network include the Nokia N97, BlackBerry Curve 8900 and T Mobile G2 Touch.
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