T-Mobile Offers Non Expiry Pay As You Go Broadband
T-Mobile look to set to offer a non expiry pay as you go broadband service known as pay per use mobile broadband later this year.
Just like pay as you go texting and calling, non expiry pay per use mobile broadband enables users to literally pay for what they use at any time – and without a monthly expiry date to use the data allowance by.
Richard Warmsley, the Head of Mobile Internet and Entertainment at T-Mobile, said, “This year we will shift into pay-per day/week/month options for new customers. This will give the mass market a chance to try mobile broadband. They can purchase their dongle and pay for usage as and when they need it. 1-2Mbps is typical on our network, 2-3Mbps is achievable, and you can get 4.5Mb in bigger cities, depending on the circumstances.”
Vodafone is currently the only mobile broadband supplier offering non expiry pay per use mobile broadband with its Top Up & Go service. Users simply pay a one off £39 for the Vodafone USB stick which comes pre-loaded with 1Gb of data. Top ups can then be purchased at £15 per 1Gb with no time restriction on when the 1Gb data allowance needs to be used by.
As well as looking into different types of pay as you go mobile broadband packages, T-Mobile is also looking at different data bundles that could be introduced with charges based on minutes rather than usage being considered.
To view T-Mobile’s current range of mobile broadband packages, please go to the t-mobile.co.uk website.
Alternatively, read our full review of T-Mobile Broadband packages here.