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    T-Mobile launches ALL IRELAND ROAMING TARIFF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Belfast, 14 Feb 2006:  T-Mobile flexed its global muscles today when it became the first UK mobile phone company to launch a flat rate tariff for post-pay (contract) users of just 25p per minute for mobile calls made throughout Ireland and also to the rest of the world. 

The ‘World Class’ tariff will allow T-Mobile UK users to make calls from Ireland or Northern Ireland through the Meteor network, making it the most cost effective and widest roaming tariff of any UK operators.   

There is no charge for customers to enjoy the reduced rates. All T-Mobile customers need to do is register for the World Class service either on the T-Mobile website (www.t-mobile.co.uk) or by calling customer services on 150 from their handset or 0845 412 5000 from landline.

Colin Gibson, Head of Business Sales T-Mobile Northern Ireland said; “The World Class tariff is a direct response to the needs of T-Mobile customers in Northern Ireland.  The T-Mobile World Class tariff is not only the most cost effective roaming solution of any UK Mobile phone operators, it is also free to all T-Mobile customers.  We wanted to provide a simple, transparent offering for our UK customers who travel throughout Ireland and at 25p per minute for calls made to Northern Ireland, the rest of the UK or in fact anywhere in the world, it doesn’t get any more transparent. 

T-Mobile UK Director of Business Sales, Simon Ainslie, added; “It is vital that we provide a seamless service that allows people to travel across borders without worrying about the bill they will return to 

“We have been working with DETI for some time now to develop an initial roaming solution to what is a major issue for many of our Northern Irish customers.  This tariff is not just a first step to providing a better deal for T-Mobile UK customers making calls throughout Ireland but also globally.”

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For more information contact Richard Nelson at Citigate SMARTS

 

T:         +44 (0)28 9039 5500

M:        +44 (0)7831 697361

E:         richard.nelson@citigatesmartsni.co.uk

 

Notes to editors 

  • Only calls made using the Meteor Network in ROI are eligible for the T-Mobile World Class Tariff.
  • Customers on T-Mobile’s revolutionary new Business One plan will be able to make calls from the UK to Ireland (landlines and mobiles) for free as part of their monthly call allowance. 
  • Calls made between colleagues on Business One plan – nationally and also to Europe and North America are always free and not part of monthly call allowance.

About World Class

For further information please try www.t-mobile.co.uk/worldclass

About T-Mobile UK

T-Mobile UK is a subsidiary of T-Mobile International, one of the world’s largest mobile groups, with operations in the UK, Germany, other European countries and the USA. It is the only operator to have a seamless technology platform across Europe and the USA and is a global leader in Wi-Fi, with nearly 20,000 HotSpots across the group. Almost 87 million customers are served in the nine T-Mobile markets.

Since the acquisition of the One2One business at the end of 1999, T-Mobile UK has increased customers from 8.3m to 17.1m, including Virgin Mobile customers.

T-Mobile UK has announced an increased investment programme of £1.5 billion for 2005 and 2006, including more than doubling its retail network to over 300 shops, and markedly increasing network, customer acquisition, marketing and brand investment.

In October 2005, T-Mobile UK launched Web’n’walkTM, fundamentally changing the way mobile data and internet services work.  Web’n’walkTM  and Office in your PocketTM mean internet and data work on mobile the same way they work on PCs and today deliver speeds faster than the great majority of home internet. During 2005, T-Mobile sold over 400,000 Web’n’walk enabled handsets and devices.

In 2006, T-Mobile UK will introduce HSDPA, increasing its mobile internet access speeds beyond normal DSL fixed line speeds. From 2007, it intends to deliver very high broadband speeds of up to 3MB---increasing them further in years

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