T-Mobile slashes costs of pay monthly deals by up to £2.50 and SIM only deals by £5 per month effective March 9
T-Mobile will reduce the costs of some of its pay monthly tariffs from March 9 by up to £2.50 per month as well as increasing its mobile internet fair usage policy from 100MB to 250MB.
The operator will reduce the cost of its £12 and £11 per month 24 month pay monthly deals to £10.50 and its £16 and £17 tariffs to £15.50.
The new £10.50 tariff will give customers 100 minutes, 500 texts and no internet or 50 minutes, 250 texts and 250MB of data.
The £15.50 tariff will give customers 50 minutes, 250 texts or 750MB of data or 100 minutes, 500 texts or 250MB of data.
Customers will be able to add an unlimited booster for unlimited texts, landline calls or T-Mobile calls to the package.
Its 18 month £16 tariff will be cut to £15.50 per month and its £21 tariff to £20.50.
The £15.50 tariff will give customers 100 minutes and 500 texts and no internet while the £20.50 tariff gives 100 minutes, 500 texts and 250MB of data or 300 minutes, 500 texts and no internet.
SIM only deals will also be slashed by up to £5 per month. Its £10.50 deal will be cut to £8.50, its £15.50 deal to £10.50, its £20.50 deal to £15.50 and its £25.50 deal to £20.50.
Internet boosters for these deals have been cut from £4 to £2 for 250MB of data, from £9 to £5 for 750MB of data, from £14 to £10. Its 15GB booster remains at £19.