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T-Mobile Web n Walk - flat rate mobile data

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 24-Mar-2006 12:32

This is great news, for British users: "open mobile Internet service option for £7.50 a month and now with unlimited browsing and e-mail".

That's right. T-Mobile UK is now providing unlimited browsing and e-mail for just £7.50 a month, on a contract. 

The web ‘n’ walk service offers access to the Internet instead of “walled garden” WAP services (such as Vodafone live!).

I doubt we will see this kind of plan in New Zealand or Australia any time soon...



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