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Good

“Should you relax?”

published 13/08/2006

Different priceplans to suit everyone

Expensive call charges if you dont top up large su...

I'm one of those people who is always open to changing networks if a better deal is to arise, and have therefore had phones on the networks of Orange, BT Cellnet, before it became o2, and then o2 itself, Virgin and T-Mobile (Before and after the name change - why not just stick to the first name...

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cheap texts to all networks on text appeal, variet...

phone calls expensive, network coverage not brilli...

I've been on t-mobile pay as you go since 2007 (although I've just gone onto contract with them) and I have been using their price package known as 'text appeal' since the start. From memory t-mobile has something like 3 pay as you go packages - one is for cheaper texts, one for cheaper phone...

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Not for me

“T for Trouble”

published 15/11/2006

None that I can think of

Restricted online top-up, staff do not know what t...

Last Christmas, myself and my partner decided to purchase a mobile phone for my step-daughter. She does not live with us, so it is a great way to keep in contact with us, as well as keeping up with her friends. It's nice to be able to send little texts back and forth with your family and loved...

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“Relax man!”

published 03/05/2005

Same tariffs for all networks

confusing price plan, no benefits for all being t-...

I was first a customer of one-2-one, back in the days before t-mobile existed when I bought my first phone aged 13, year 2000. During 2002, 2003 (I think, don't quote me on this!), one-2-one changed its name to T-mobile, and with it, the price plans. Price Plans: £10 a month credit-30p calls per...

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“Horses for Courses.”

published 13/12/2006

3 price plans to suit different people, not locked...

Usual PAYG disadvantages - Expensive for lots of c...

I am a dedicated pay as you go user - I don't want to be locked into a contract and I simply don't use my phone enough to make it worthwhile. Before switching to T-mobile, I'd been on PAYG tarifs with both Orange and Vodafone, neither of which were particularly satisfactory in terms of cost or...

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Satisfactory

Simple prices

Stingy policies

Today's best deals are pay as you go - contract customers over-pay big time for the handset subsidy - and this is the best value on the market for general calling. But it has been changed recently to be stingy in a way that will upset many people - and I'm presently changing the four family...

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Satisfactory

“AVOID T-Mobile.”

published 19/07/2005

Simple price structure

Can be expensive, bad coverage

Their plan is simple, use under £10 a month and calls are 30p a min to everyone. over £10 its 20p and over £20 its 10p per minute. I never use my mobile very often, so it turns out expensive to me. Texts are standard at 10p, 2p cheaper than Orange's equivalent. However, i live in the south east...

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Good

published 03/11/2007

i have been with tmobile for a very long time,my first phone was with them! so far ive found the tariffs great and i felt it was getting better until july when the 5day pass went up to £10.00 meaning well be spending £40.00 a month on it and i feel it would be better to be on o2 or maybe vodafone because they give out freebees and it dont cost out of the ordinary! especially for the unemployed or for kids and teenagers who arent making money!

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Not for me

published 08/12/2007

T-Mobile are the worst phone company to ever go with. They do not have good customer service! They are rude and do not try to be flexible to the needs of their customers. They overcharge and make things as difficult as possible for you with only one outcome - T-Mobile gets the most money out of you as they possibly can. DO NOT GO WITH THEM!

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