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T-Mobile UK to release The Full Monty plan on February 1

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Starting February 1, smartphone users might want to give a thought about switching over to The Full Monty plan introduced by T-Mobile UK. The new scheme will allow iPhone, Android and BlackBerry owners to access unlimited internet usage and engage in unrestricted calling as well as texting by paying a fixed amount every month.

Just as the title of the aforementioned plan suggests, it is expected to give users the benefits of an unconstrained system. Apart from free internet, texts and calls, the carrier has also brought in some more features like unlimited Wi-Fi access, tethering, streaming and downloading.

“Over the past two years, we’ve seen a rise in mobile internet use of over 250%, 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,” said Ben Fritsch, Head of Propositions, T-Mobile UK.

He further added, “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 market leading value for money. We believe our Pay Monthly portfolio offers plans to suit anyone’s needs, all at accessible prices – and we’re really proud to be the first to offer a plan like the Full Monty in the UK.”

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The Full Monty plan by T-Mobile UK starts at £36 per month and can be picked in three more price brackets. The lowest one will facilitate limitless calls to T-Mobile users, internet and texting along with 2,000 free talk time minutes to other networks. Further monthly schemes priced at £41, £46, and £61 should offer calling sans charges to other networks as well.

The Full Monty service by T-Mobile UK will be officially introduced on February 1. However, keen smartphone users can obtain more details or even book their plan by dialing the hotline number provided on the network operator’s website.