T-Mobile intros pay per day mobile broadband

James Middleton

October 15, 2007

1 Min Read
T-Mobile intros pay per day mobile broadband

T-Mobile UK said that it will launch 3G mobile broadband for laptop users on a pay per day basis from November 1.

Users will be able to log onto the web at 3G speeds via a T-Mobile USB modem and their laptop, without any monthly commitment, for £4 per day.

T-Mobile has also cut the cost of its web’n’walk Plus and web’n’walk Max price plans. The Plus package, which allows you to browse, email, download, stream and instant message, has been slashed from £29 a month to £20. While web’n’walk Max, which has allowances for VoIP services like Skype, has been cut from £44 a month to £35.


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