Everything Everywhere owned T-Mobile will launch its ‘Full Monty Tariffs” which gives customers unlimited calls, texts and data from £41 a month
T-Mobile has launched a new pay monthly proposition called ‘The Full Monty” which aims to give the majority of customers using it unlimited calls, texts and data as well as a free Apple iPhone in some cases.
Available on February 1, The Full Monty will come in four 24 month price brackets, all including a a free smartphone.
The £36 a month deal includes unlimited T-Mobile to T-Mobile calls, text messages and data as well as 2,000 any network minutes.
Customers will be able to choose a number of free handsets on this tariff including the iPhone 4 8GB, the Samsung Galaxy and the HTC Sensation XE. The 16GB iPhone 4S will also be available for a £99 up front fee.
For £41, £46 and £61 a month customer get truly unlimited calls, texts and data, T-Mobile says. Customer taking the £41 a month tariff will be legible to receive the BlackBerry 9900 for free and the iPhone 4S 16GB for a £29 upfront fee.
The iPhone 4S 16GB is available for free on the £46 a month tariff while the iPhone 4S 32GB is available for free and the 64GB device for an upfront fee of £29 on the £61 a month tariff.
T-Mobile has also partnered with BT OpenZone for customers to receive unlimited W-Fi on all packages.
The new tariffs will be available to all new T-Mobile customers and current customers upgrading their contracts. Current customer not up for contract renewal can migrate to the plans but will not be legible for handset offerings.
Speaking at an event in central London this morning T-Mobile head of propositions Ben Fritsch said: “Over the past two years, we’ve seen a rise in mobile internet use of over 250 per cent, which reflects the consumer trend of being ‘always on’ wherever they are. However, consumers also still want to retain a more personal level of communication by calling or sending a text.
“The Full Monty has been designed for customers who want the peace of mind that there are absolutely no limits placed on their allowances, whilst also knowing they’re getting value for money.”
The new offer will be seen as a direct competitor to Three’s ‘All You can Eat’ offering which it launched last year.