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View Full Version : As Expected, T-Mobile UK Goes Flat

Mike Temporale
03-25-2006, 03:30 PM
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.t-mobilepressoffice.co.uk/press/uk/2006/23-03-06-webnwalk.htm' target='_blank'>http://www.t-mobilepressoffice.co.uk/press/uk/2006/23-03-06-webnwalk.htm</a><br /><br /></div>We mentioned that they T-Mobile was looking at going flat rate on their data plan, and they did. Great news for anyone living in T-Mobile UK's coverage area. US residents have been enjoying cheap flat rate data plans for some time. Now, all we need is Canadian carriers to take that step forward and offer a reasonable flat rate data plan! :( Anyway, here's a snippet of what T-Mobile UK had to say:<br /><br /><i>"T-Mobile’s open mobile Internet service will soon be available for £7.50 a month as an add-on to the network operator’s successful Relax and Flext tariffs. Unlimited web’n’walk will offer more T-Mobile customers than ever before the chance to browse, e-mail and chat on the move whenever they want. A range of new handsets, (available from June), a revamped homepage (with more categories and webmail links) and improved e-mail support will increase the service’s appeal. As web ‘n’ walk offers access to the open internet (by way of contrast to traditional “walled garden” WAP services), customers using the web’n’walk service are able to browse the web how they want and are free to log on to whatever websites they choose."</i>

03-27-2006, 01:24 PM
Now to wait to see what the other networks come up with, come on o2! (I can't switch until aug/sep so I hope they come up with something!) :)