1/30/2012

T-Mobile's New Full Monty Plan To Offer Huge Allowances

Three’s popular ‘The One Plan’ has long been one of the best value deals on market, with high allowances for calls, texts and data at a great price few plans from other networks come close. Until now that is as T-Mobile have now revealed a rival to Three’s ‘One Plan’ with their ‘Full Monty’ deal.

The Fully Monty starts a £36 a month for a 24 month contract and includes unlimited calls to other T-Mobile customers (don’t worry, you get a comfortable 2,000 minutes to other networks), unlimited texts and unlimited data. Starting a £41 a month is an even more unlimited package with unlimited calls to all networks, unlimited texts and unlimited data.

These deals sound surprisingly cheap considering T-Mobile claim they are truly unlimited with no fair use restrictions on calls, texts or data.  Even more surprisingly some top phones are available with the deal for free such as the Samsung Galaxy S II and HTC Sensation XE although on the lower deals phones such as the iPhone 4S 16GB will cost around £99.

The first details are shown on T-Mobile’s Website although more detailed information is due to follow later in the week. Although some prefer cheaper deals at just £36 with a top handset the Full Monty certainly sounds like a deal worth getting.

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