T-Mobile launches internet on the mobile for pay-as-you-go customers

T-mobile is extending their mobile internet service to pay-as-you-go customers.

According the mobile service provider, over two-thirds of mobile phone users are pay-as-you-go, so bringing mobile internet to them promises rich rewards.

The new web'n'walk tariff costs just £1 per day for unlimited internet use.

By August, 25 handsets will support web'n'walk.

The service works just like browsing on your PC, and lets you access any web page from your mobile.

Users will find Google as their default home page and have access to T-Mobile Favourites for one-click links to popular websites like Amazon, Sky, lastminute, and the BBC.

Some of the first devices to support the new plan include the Motorola V3, the Nokia 6131 and 6233, the Sony Ericsson K750i and the Samsung E870.

Phil Chapman, Director of Marketing for T-Mobile UK, said: "We strongly believe that in future, mobile will be individuals' primary means of accessing the internet, just as it already is for voice communications".

"Now, we're making mobile internet affordable to all, opening the way for it to become a mass market service."


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