Optus mulls T-Mobile-style plans

Thursday 28 March 2013 | 01:33 CET | News
Australian communications provider Optus is considering following in T-Mobile's footsteps and offer contractless plans. T-Mobile USA launched contractless smartphone plans with unlimited voice and SMS services as well as data starting at USD 50 per month. Customers exceeding their data cap will see their speed throttled 2G levels. T-Mobile will also no longer subsidise phones but offers devices separatley with payment upfront or in instalments. Optus already has stopped offering subsidised prepaid handsets and said it is considering T-Mobile-style plans for upcoming plans, ZDNet Australia

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Optus / Telstra / T-Mobile USA
Countries: Australia
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