T-Mobile has announced it has simplified its range of contract options, with "Solo" and "Combi" joining Flext aimed at consumers who may be feeling the current economic pinch.
Solo is aimed to appeal to the "growing" SIM-only market providing just a SIM card along with a set of inclusive minutes and texts on a 30-day rolling contract. Customers are able to keep their existing phone and number - and get 1400 minutes and unlimited texts for £30 a month.
For customers looking for a "simple" monthly plan combined with a fixed number of minutes and texts, T-Mobile has created Combi - what it says is its best package deal.
This new tariff claims to provide a straightforward, "highly competitive" range of minute and text allowances along with a choice of handsets on an 18-month contract.
The Flext, U-Fix, Family and MyFaves tariffs are also still available.