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T-Mobile Launches New Mobile Broadband and Free Laptop Deal

Posted: 21st Aug, 2008 By: MarkJ
T-Mobile has moved to combat Orange's new promotion (July news) by launching its own £30 per month Mobile Broadband and "FREE" Laptop bundle. Like Orange, T-Mobile's package requires customers to sign-up for its Mobile Broadband Plus (3GB) package with a 24 month contract:

Mobile Broadband Plus customers will receive an Acer Travel Mate 5320 laptop and a T-Mobile Mobile Broadband Modem, which will mean they have all they need to surf the internet wherever they are. With super fast speeds, unlimited broadband usage each month and includes T-Mobile HotSpots. Mobile Broadband Plus allows customers to surf the internet for anything they like, download the latest music, bank online, shop and stay in touch with friends and colleagues at all times. Furthermore, customers will be able to send text messages from the laptop, with 200 text messages included in the price plan.

A number of significant steps have been taken to give laptop users better value when using Mobile Broadband at home and while travelling in Europe. Until 1 October, new customers signing up for the Mobile Broadband Plus 24-month tariff who opt out of the laptop package, can take advantage of a £5 discount for the first three months, reducing the monthly charge to just £10.

In addition, an 80% reduction in data roaming charges down to £1.50 per Mbyte means that accessing the internet while travelling in EU member countries has never been more affordable. Ease of use remains a key feature of the service. Customers simply select an appropriate plan and connect their laptops to the internet with a USB stick or modem. The full range includes Mobile Broadband Plus, Max and Daily.

This offer is currently available on T-Mobile's website and will be hitting all T-Mobile stores in September. It's worth pointing out that the package has actually been available on the site since the start of this month (original news), so we're not sure why it's taken them so long to get the PR out.

We noted the same thing with Orange's recent product, which only hit the news this week but was revealed in July on ISPreview (see top link).
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