T-Mobile Launches New Solo & Combi Tariffs

Rebranded price plans offer more bang for your buck.

Following the growing trend of networks boiling down and simplifying their Tariffs is T-Mobile this month which has reworked and rebranded two of its most popular price plans.

From 1 May, the network’s popular Sim Only deals will be renamed ‘Solo’ and its 18 month fixed minutes and texts packages known as ‘Combi’. Its groundbreaking Flext package will remain unaltered and complete the trio – a system whereby users buy monthly ‘credit’ which is spent anyway they wish.

On with the new. As with all good Sim Only plans, Solo will place users on rolling 30 day contracts and offer an impressive range of tariffs from its £15pm deal providing 350 cross network anytime minutes and 650 texts to its £35pm package housing a whopping 1800 minutes and unlimited texts per month.

Moving across to Combi, it will launch with £25, £30, £35 and £40pm tariffs providing 300 minutes/300 texts and 600 mins, 800 mins and 1000 minutes with unlimited texts respectively. The full range of T-Mobile handsets are available on Combi with prices starting from free depending on your choice of phone and contract. Incidentally, if you’re fans of T-Mobile’s U-Fix, Family and MyFaves bundles don’t worry – they’re all still going to be available.

So that’s ambitious moves from 3, Vodafone and now T-Mobile in the last week. What can we expect from Orange? I think I have an idea

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