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T-mobile unlimited internet offer


cactusjack

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Hello all,

On T-mobile's website, when you pay £25 per month or more for a contract before 30th September, they will give you unlimited internet with no fair usage policy:

"Join us instore, online or over the phone on a 24 month pay monthly plan costing at least £25 a month and you'll get unlimited internet on your phone included in your plan at no extra cost".

When I look at the phones4u website, when considering the Samsung Galaxy S II, under T-mobile's tariff, the following details are present for their Data 600 plan - 24 Months (£25.53): 600 mins 500 texts Data Bundle included as Flexible Booster - changeable every 30 days

No mention is made of the unlimited internet options here - only the data bundle booster is mentioned.

However, on the t-mobile website, when looking at a similar contract, Unlimited internet is specifically noted. My question is: does anyone know if this unlimited internet deal is only available when ordering directly through the t-mobile website, and not through 3rd parties such as phones4u.

Many thanks.

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