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T-Mobile Broadband Free Laptop Deals Back For Xmas

T-Mobile ( has brought back its popular mobile broadband free laptop deals in time for Christmas.
The free laptops available to order with T-Mobile Broadband are the Samsung N130 netbook and the Compaq Presario CQ61 laptop.
Weighing just 1.25kg, the Samsung N130 netbook has an Intel Atom 1.6Ghz processor, 160GB hard drive, 1GB RAM and a 10.1″ display. Windows XP Home is also included.
It is available for free with the £25 per month T-Mobile Broadband Plus tariff which provides mobile broadband speeds up to 4.5Mbps together with a 3GB data usage allowance and unlimited texts.
The Compaq Presario CQ61 laptop has an AMD Sempron 2Ghz processor, 160GB hard drive, 2GB RAM and a 15.6″ screen. It weighs 2.68kg and comes pre-installed with Windows 7 Home Premium.

The Presario CQ61 is free with the £30 a month T-Mobile Broadband Extra tariff which has a higher 5GB data usage limit and the same up to 4.5Mbps mobile broadband speeds.
Both packages come with a free USB modem stick 530 and a one year laptop warranty.
Further information can be found at the website or at our mobile broadband free laptop comparison service.

T-Mobile Unveils Pay Up Front Mobile Broadband

T-Mobile UK ( has launched two innovative pay up front mobile broadband gift packs.
The move represents a new way to pay for mobile broadband with the 3 month or 12 month gift packs making a perfect present for friends and family.
The 3 month T-Mobile Broadband Gift Pack costs a one-off £44.03. It includes a USB modem stick and unlimited internet browsing on T-Mobile’s broadband network with speeds up to 4.5Mbps.
The 12 month T-Mobile Broadband Gift Pack costs a one-off £146.79 for a year’s worth of internet access with speeds again up to 4.5Mbps.
Both gift packs offer savings of over 20% compared to T-Mobile’s pre-pay mobile broadband packages.
Helen Wylde, Head of Pay As You Go Marketing at T-Mobile said: “With Mobile Broadband Gifts, even more people can enjoy T-Mobile’s award-winning mobile broadband service. Our new packages are designed to make getting online easier and cheaper for customers, giving them the freedom to email and browse the web whenever they want, as much as they want”.
Wylde continued: “And with a one-off cost up-front, and our promise of no run-on rates for the person using their unlimited Mobile Broadband, it’s the perfect present for friends or family”.
Interested readers can find out more about the new pay up front mobile broadband gift packs at the website.

T-Mobile Offer 30 Days Free Mobile Broadband

T-Mobile UK ( has launched a 30 day free mobile broadband incentive on its mobile broadband no contract pay per day plans.

To qualify, new customers must buy online a single days T-Mobile Broadband usage for £2, plus a £10 top-up and the T-Mobile USB modem stick (that plugs into a laptop or PC) for a one-off £19.56.

They’ll then get the next 30 days mobile broadband free, with no additional charges or run on rates for going over the 2GB usage limit (a fair usage policy does apply).

At the end of 30 days, users can simply top up again and pay for the days they need – either £2 per day, £7 per week or £15 for a month.

T-Mobile Broadband offers speeds up to 4.5Mbps and was recently rated as the UK’s number 1 mobile broadband network in an independent YouGov “Dongle Tracker” survey of 2,083 mobile broadband users.

The operator was also rated as the best mobile broadband provider in this years Mobile Industry awards.

Readers interested in this offer can find out more at the website or our T-Mobile broadband package comparison.

T-Mobile No.1 In YouGov Mobile Broadband Survey

T-Mobile UK ( has been rated the UK’s number one mobile broadband service for the third time in a row in a recent YouGov mobile broadband survey.

Conducted in July 2009, the survey obtained feedback from 2,068 mobile broadband users in the UK and found T-Mobile topping eight out of fifteen customer satisfaction metrics compared to other providers.

T-Mobile’s mobile broadband service was number one for offering the best value for money for data usage, ease of use and installation, billing and customer service. It was also the fastest for upload and download speeds.

T-Mobile UK’s Head of Post-Pay Marketing, Steve Mitchell said: “Our sustained success in what is probably the UK’s most comprehensive and regular sampling of mobile broadband customer satisfaction, shows that customers rate us highly for value for money and levels of service. Customers have the added assurance that we remain the only network to offer unlimited browsing without charging run-on rates”.

T-Mobile broadband packages offer download speeds up to 4.5Mb with prices starting from just £10 a month.

Readers can find out more at the website or our T-Mobile broadband review.

Price Cut For T-Mobile Broadband’s 18 Month Tariff

T-Mobile Broadband’s popular 18 month contract tariff has been cut by £5 per month for the first 3 months.

The plan which offers users mobile broadband speeds up to 4.5Mbps together with a free USB modem stick 530, is now priced at £10 a month for the first 3 months, followed by £15 a month thereafter for the remainder of the contract.
Users get a 3GB monthly download usage allowance, which is T-Mobile’s fair use policy amount.

Unlike other mobile broadband providers, T-Mobile does not charge its customers for going over their fair usage policy amount. However, the company is entitled to restrict how a customers can use their plan, depending on how often they go over the fair usage amount and by how much.

T-Mobile also offers a short 1 month rolling mobile broadband contract option at just £15 a month.

The company was also recently rated ‘Overall Number 1 Mobile Broadband Network’ in an independent YouGov survey of over 2,000 mobile broadband users.

Readers can find out more at the website or our independent T-Mobile Broadband review.

T-Mobile Rated Number One For Mobile Broadband

T-Mobile has been rated the UK’s number one mobile broadband network in Q1 2009 following independent tests conducted by P3 Solutions.

Test house P3 Solutions measured customer experiences of all major mobile broadband suppliers during peak usage hours in 16 UK cities.

The results found T-Mobile to be fastest for web browsing on popular sites like Google and the BBC while uploading files to the web was found to be 44% faster with T-Mobile compared to its closest mobile broadband competitor.

The company was also found to deliver the fastest email performance, while the consistent speed of its mobile broadband network was also highlighted.

Emin Gurdenli, Chief Technology Officer, T-Mobile UK, said: “This programme of regular, independent testing is playing a crucial role in helping us improve and shape our Mobile Broadband service.”

“The fact that we have come out top for three quarters in a row shows this approach is yielding real benefits to customers in terms of improved network performance and reliability.”

“This has been achieved at a time of unprecedented growth in the number of our mobile broadband customers, which has driven an increase in total data traffic of more than 300% since mobile broadband hit the market in late 2007.”

These new results follow YouGov’s most recent survey of more than 2,000 mobile broadband users, which ranked T-Mobile first for six customer satisfaction measures, including network coverage.

T-Mobile broadband prices start from £10 per month for up to 4.5Mb speeds and include a free USB modem stick. Readers are advised to visit the website for more information, or our T-Mobile Broadband review.

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