Most mobile networks around the world which offer some kind of flat tariffs have linked these flat tariffs to a fair use policy and also T-Mobile UK wasn't anything different or better. However, it seems they've changed their mind - according to today's press release because T-Mobile today announced the launch of "The Full Monty", which is indeed - if true - a ground-breaking new mobile phone plan that offers consumers the freedom to make unlimited calls, send unlimited text messages and use as much mobile Internet as they want – with no fair use restrictions. The first of its kind for the UK, The Full Monty plan offers unbeatable value and is available from 1 February.
Customers signing up to The Full Monty 24 month plan will not only have the reassurance that there are no caps on their calls, SMS messages and Internet, they will also have access to unlimited WiFi and can use their mobile Internet for whatever they like - including tethering (using a smartphone as an Internet connection for a laptop or tablet), streaming and downloading.
The Full Monty plan offers four simple price brackets, each of which offer a great range of free high-end smartphones which starts at £36/month (including a free iPhone 4 8 GB, Samsung Galaxy S II or HTC Sensation XE) and goes up to £61/month (including a free iPhone 4S 32 GB).
I have absolutely not found any footnotes which say that there might be any kind of cap anyway, or a kind of bandwidth throttling so it seems that T-Mobile UK's new "The Full Monty" is really a kind of all you can eat without any restrictions. If this is true, it's definitely groundbreaking and revolutionary for the industry.
Cheers ~ Arne