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T-Mobile gets rid of tethering on its Full Monty tariff

Not quite as full as it was at first
Thu Aug 09 2012, 10:06
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FUCHSIA NETWORK T-Mobile has revealed that tethering is no longer available on its unlimited Full Monty tariff.

T-Mobile's Full Monty tariff launched due to growing competition from Three's 'all you can eat' price plan, and offers customers unlimited minutes, texts and monthly data from £36 a month.

However, it's not quite as full as it once was, as a T-Mobile spokesperson has announced that the network will no longer include tethering as part of the package, unlike rival network Three.

T-Mobile said, "The Full Monty has been designed for using the internet on your smartphone. It includes an unlimited data allowance for using our internet service on your phone at a fantastic price. From 8th August, tethering is not permitted for new customers under the terms and conditions of the Full Monty.

"We have a range of smartphone and mobile broadband plans that include tethering for customers who want to stay connected on other devices."

It's not such bad news for existing Full Monty subscribers though, as T-Mobile told us that those who signed up before 8 August won't be affected by the new Full Monty tariff limitations. µ

 

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