T-Mobile adds 'all you can eat' to menu

Network operator T-Mobile has added a new range of tariffs to its line-up that has no metered call, text or data usage.Unlike some other "unlimited" mobile and broadband offers, 'The Full Monty' tariffs — announced on Monday — come with no fair usage policy (FUP).

Network operator T-Mobile has added a new range of tariffs to its line-up that has no metered call, text or data usage.

Unlike some other "unlimited" mobile and broadband offers, 'The Full Monty' tariffs — announced on Monday — come with no fair usage policy (FUP).

"Over the past two years, we've seen a rise in mobile internet use of over 250 percent, which reflects the consumer trend of being 'always on' wherever they are," Ben Fritsch, head of propositions at T-Mobile UK, said in a statement. "The Full Monty has been designed for customers who want the peace of mind that there are absolutely no limits placed on their allowances."

The cheapest plan — which includes a 2000 minute monthly cap on talk time — costs £36 per month and offers an 8GB iPhone 4, Samsung Galaxy SII or HTC Sensation XE for no upfront charge as part of the deal.

Alternatively, customers can opt for a 16GB iPhone 4S on the same tariff, which attracts a one-off payment of £99.

T-Mobile is also offering unlimited contracts, without a voice data cap, on contracts of between £41 and £61 per month. The only other major UK operator to offer a tariff with uncapped data usage and no FUP is Three.

Customers on The Full Monty plans will be able to use the mobile data connections as they see fit, including using it for tethering, streaming and downloading, T-Mobile said. They will also have access to BT's OpenZone Wi-Fi hotspot network.

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