T-Mobile UK moving to pay-per-use broadband

The current thinking that mobile broadband has to be based around a contract will change, claims T-Mobile's U.K. head of mobile Internet and entertainment, Richard Warmsley, and move towards pay-per-use as consumers become more interested in accessing high-speed mobile Internet services. Warmsley said T-Mobile will shift into pay-per-day/week/month options for new customers. Article

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