T-Mobile launches pay-per-day broadbandIt's also cut cost of monthly packages

16 October 2007

 

A man working on a laptop

The new broadband deal is cheaper

Phone giant T-Mobile has announced it is to launch pay-per-day mobile broadband service for its customers from the start of next month.

The service, which costs a maximum of £4 a day, requires no contract and users will be able to access the net via a T-Mobile USB modem which they plug into their laptop. It then connects to the net via their mobile phone.

The new service, called Web'n'Walk Plus Daily, includes unlimited browsing although there is a fair usage policy.

As part of the deal, consumers will be notified when they are using the daily service enough to benefit from buying a monthly deal.

Monthly deals

T-Mobile has also slashed the prices of its monthly deals as it it steps up its battle to grab a larger share of the market.

Its ‘Web’n’walk Plus’ package, which allows you to browse, email, download, stream and instant message, has been reduced from £29 to £20 a month.

Its  ‘Web’n’walk Max’ package – which also allows people to use calling services such as Skype, has been cut from £44 a month to £35. To receive the price reduction you must take out a two-year contract.