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UK’s cheapest tariff to launch at £8.99

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Carphone Warehouse is set to launch a sub £9 T-Mobile contract, according to a report on the mobile news website Mobile Today.

If and when this arrives, it will be the cheapest tariff in the UK by one penny. That’s right, 1p. Don’t knock this though, as the saying goes – if you look after the pennies, the pounds will take care of themselves. Although it will take over 8 years for those pennies to become self reliant, and reach the grand old figure of 100. So don’t put a great deal of worth in every saying you hear.

In the last moments of 2008, we brought you news of the network Three offering a £9 contract. This is accompanied by a Sony Ericsson K660i, on a mixture of 100 minutes or text messages a month. Not a bad deal, even if we do say so ourselves.

Mobile Today has it the Carphone Warehouse T-mobile deal will comprise of 100 minutes AND 100 texts a month, an even better bargain. However, they’re unsure if there’s a mobile phone thrown in for good measure on this offer. Only time will tell.

Either way, it’s great for the current climate and fantastic news.

Unless of course, you are reading this and tied to a 24 month contract that you’ve just taken out with the exact same benefits, and at twice the monthly cost. Then it’s not so fantastic news, and you’re currently cursing the screen right now.

7 replies on “UK’s cheapest tariff to launch at £8.99”

Should take into consideration the quality of coverage of all networks where you live. If it's cheap there's a good chance that the network coverage in certain regions is lacking.

You may have the cheapest contract but without a signal you've got nothing.

Should take into consideration the quality of coverage of all networks where you live. If it's cheap there's a good chance that the network coverage in certain regions is lacking.

You may have the cheapest contract but without a signal you've got nothing.

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