Articles on the topic : T-Mobile Broadband
T-Mobile (www.t-mobile.co.uk/iPad) has the 16GB Apple iPad with Wi-Fi and 3G mobile broadband available for a one-off £199.
New and existing T-Mobile customers wishing to take advantage of this discounted iPad deal will need to take a T-Mobile data plan costing from £25 a month.
The T-Mobile data plan enables users to connect their iPad to the T-Mobile Broadband 3G network which covers around 98% of the UK population and offers download speeds of up to 4.5Mbps.
The data plan has a 1GB monthly usage allowance which can be used at anytime, plus a 1GB quiet time allowance to use between midnight and 10am.
These monthly allowances should be enough to send around 500,000 emails without attachments, make 5,000 visits to sites like Twitter and make 1,500 visits to rich content sites like the bbc.co.uk.
Unlike other providers, T-Mobile does not charge customers any extra for going over their monthly allowance. Instead, they may restrict how a customer can use the internet, depending on how often they go over their allowance and by how much.
T-Mobile was recently awarded ‘Best Mobile Broadband 2010’ from What Mobile and offers free delivery on all orders made by new customers.
Readers wanting to buy an iPad from T-Mobile for Christmas have only today left to place their online order and thus ensure delivery before Christmas.
Interested readers can find out further information and buy their iPad online at the www.t-mobile.co.uk/iPad website.
T-Mobile UK (www.t-mobile.co.uk/wirelesspointer) has launched the T-Mobile Wireless Pointer, a small portable Wi-Fi device which connects to the T-Mobile 3G network and lets multiple users access mobile broadband download speeds up to 7.2Mbps.
The device, which can easily be carried in a pocket or bag for instant Wi-Fi internet access, features a mobile broadband signal indicator which helps users find the best location for picking up a strong T-Mobile signal.
With no installation software needed and nothing to plug into a laptop, users of the T-Mobile Wireless Pointer can quickly connect their Wi-Fi gadgets like laptops, tablet PC’s (e.g Apple iPad) and music players (e.g iPod Touch) to the Internet without any wires or hassle.
Users can also swap files between PCs, Macs and phones by slipping a microSD card into the slot of the Wireless Pointer and saving their files.
The Wi-Fi device is available for free with T-Mobile’s £15 a month mobile broadband plan (24 month contract applies) which offers speeds up to 7.2Mpbs and a 2GB download allowance.
Users not wanting a contract can opt for T-Mobile’s pay-per-day mobile broadband plan which costs £2 a day and a one-off £59.99 for the T-Mobile Wireless Pointer.
Users who order the pay-per-day plan before Januray 31st will also qualify for 30 days free Internet browsing when they buy their first £2 per day.
Interested readers can find out more about the T-Mobile Wireless Pointer at the www.t-mobile.co.uk website.
T-Mobile UK (t-mobile.co.uk/broadband) has reduced the price of its pay as you go mobile broadband dongle to just a one-off £8.99.
New customers ordering the T-Mobile PAYG dongle online with a £10 top up can also get 30 days free mobile broadband access when they buy their first day’s usage for £2.
A fair usage policy of 2GB applies for the 30 days, with no additional charges or run on rates applying for going over the 2GB cap, although T-Mobile may restrict a customer’s use.
When the 30 days end, customers can simply top up again and pay for the days they need – either £2 per day for 0.5GB of data usage, £7 per week for 1GB or £15 for a month for 2GB.
T-Mobile Broadband provides download speeds up to 4.5Mbps and was recently voted ‘Best Mobile Broadband’ by What Mobile.
Interested readers can find out more at the t-mobile.co.uk website.
T-Mobile (t-mobile.co.uk) has been rated the UK’s best mobile broadband provider on the move following a 350 mile train trip test of the UK’s six biggest mobile broadband providers.
The test, conducted by Broadbandgenie, involved dongles from the 6 providers being tested for network download speeds, upload speeds, connection stability, network coverage and dongle software.
Everyday tasks like streaming audio and video via YouTube and Spotify were measured as well as downloading BBC podcasts.
Commenting on T-Mobile’s success, the Senior Propositions Manager for mobile broadband at T-Mobile, Ralf Pearson, said: “We’re delighted that T-Mobile has been crowned overall winner. This is a thorough examination of relative mobile broadband capabilities, so for T-Mobile to come top is testament to the strength of the mobile broadband services we offer our customers”.
Pearson continued: “This really shows that when customers use the service for browsing on the move that they can get a great experience that complements their home broadband”.
New customers ordering T-Mobile Broadband online before the end of April can get their pay as you go USB modem stick for half price at just £8.99.
Their mobile broadband access with speeds up to 3.6Mbps will also be free for the first 30 days.
Readers interested in the half price offer can find out more at the t-mobile.co.uk website or our T-Mobile Broadband review.
T-Mobile (t-mobile.co.uk) has launched a half price dongle offer on its pay as you go mobile broadband plan.
For a limited time only, new customers now need only pay a one-off £8.99 for a T-Mobile Broadband PAYG USB modem stick when they order online a £10 top up.
New customers will also get their mobile broadband access free for 30 days after they have bought their first days access for £2.
Upon expiry of the 30 days, customers can choose to pay only for the days they need mobile broadband access.
Options include paying £2 per day, £7 per week or £15 for one months access.
T-Mobile provides pay as you go mobile broadband speeds up to 3.6Mbps via the USB stick 120 connecting to its 3G mobile broadband network.
Available in black or pink, the USB stick 120 works on Windows and MAC operating systems and easily slots into a USB port of a laptop or PC.
Previously available for £19.56, the new online only price of £8.99 represents a saving of over 50%.
T-Mobile was recently awarded ‘Best Mobile Broadband’ by What Mobile and the Mobile Industry Awards.
Interesed readers can find out more at the t-mobile.co.uk website or our T-Mobile Broadband review.
T-Mobile (www.t-mobile.co.uk) has announced the launch of new mobile broadband pricing when abroad in the form of Euro Broadband Boosters.
Available from the 1st March 2010 to pay per day and pay monthly mobile broadband customers, the Boosters offer users control over the costs of using mobile broadband when on holiday abroad.
Customers will have the choice of 4 Euro Broadband Boosters which can be brought online via a simple webpage that opens automatically when the browser is accessed in Europe.
They are 3MB’s of data for £1 which offers about 15 minutes of online use to quickly check emails, 20MB’s of data for £5 which gives 2 hours online usage, 50MB’s of data for £10 for one days use and 200MB’s of data for £40 for 30 days online usage.
Apart from the 200MB option, all the other data plans last for up to 24 hours from the time of purchase with customers easily able to view their time or data allowance remaining.
The Senior Propositions Manager for Mobile Broadband at T-Mobile, Ralf Pearson, said: “We want customers to be able to get the most from our Mobile Broadband service. As 40% say they want to take their laptop away with them to stay connected, we’re launching Euro Broadband Boosters so they can do this without having to worry about the costs getting out of control”.
Pearson continued: “With this proposition, we’re offering these customers a range of better value, worry-free options, built to suit their different on-line needs while they’re in the most popular travel destinations”.
In the UK, T-Mobile Broadband pay monthly packages start from £10 for speeds up to 4.5Mbps and a 3GB data usage allowance.
Customers can simply pre-pay for a Euro Broadband Booster before they go on holiday and easily top up whilst away if they need to.
Further information on the range of T-Mobile broadband packages can be found at the www.t-mobile.co.uk website or at our T-Mobile Broadband review.