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Monday, August 13, 2012

T-Mobile UK drops smartphone tethering from ’The Full Monty’ tariff

In February T-Mobile UK launched a new tariff that allowed customers to make unlimited calls, send unlimited texts, and use the mobile internet as much as they wanted without any ‘fair use’ restrictions. It was called The Full Monty and one of the notable benefits was the ability to ‘tether’ a smartphone via WiFi to a laptop or tablet computer for internet browsing and downloading.

T-Mobile has now removed the tethering option for new customers, although customers who’d already signed up won’t be affected.

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