Cheap Data Roaming Bundles from T-Mobile

Cheap Data Roaming Bundles from T Mobile

Following recently announced roaming deals from Vodaphone and Three, T-Mobile are the latest to announce their roaming offering ahead of the new EU billing rules that apply from 1st July 2012.


Known as Internet and Broadband Travel Boosters and available from 19th June, the operator is making several choices available with different rates for EU Zones and Non-EU countries.

For EU Zones you can buy a package that for either 3mb, 10mb or 50mb costing £1, £2.50 or £10 respectively.  This package lasts for 30 days or until you use all the data, whichever comes first.

Ben Fritsch, Head of Propositions, T-Mobile UK says:

 “This year, 90% of all our new pay monthly customers have opted for a smartphone, which proves the ever increasing demand from consumers to be connected while on the go. We are really proud to be the first UK operator to ensure our customers can continue to be connected, anywhere in the world – and have the peace of mind they’ll never come back to an unexpected bill.”

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  • Rik Forum

    Well – the only change i can see is that you will now get less for £1 (used to be 3Mb, now 1Mb), and they last a little longer…..

    This is what it is today:

    Booster
    Cost
    How long for?
    How to get it?

    Euro Internet 3MB
    £1
    3MB to use in a day
    Buy it from the Euro Internet Booster page when you
    first access the internet

    Euro Internet 20MB
    £5
    20MB to use in a week
    Buy it from the Euro Internet Booster page when you
    first access the internet

    Euro Internet 50MB
    £10
    50MB to use in a month
    Buy it from the Euro Internet Booster page when you
    first access the internet

  • Cheap is stretching it a bit….oh and you missed a chance to kiss the butt of 3. 

  • Sean Donnellan

    These are not new, they were in place last year, and possibly the year before. It’s a main reason why I have stayed with t-Mobile. What they didn’t mention was that the similar BlackBerry package has been removed – they are now charged per mb, with a cap at £4 a day. Also quietly removed are the euro call bundles, so we’re back to per minute billing whilst on holiday. Very disappointed, and after 20 years on one2one/t-mobile, I will be moving my 3 family numbers to someone else.