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What the price change means to you

Some of our monthly plan prices are increasing from 9 May 2013.

Due to inflation, which directly impacts the costs of running our business, we've had to re-evaluate our prices and introduce an increase from 9 May 2013.

All other charges outside your allowance, such as call costs, texts and Boosters, stay the same.

Use our price calculator to find out what your monthly plan price will be from 09 May this year.

There's nothing you need to do, but you can read more about the changes here.

We know that price rises are never great news, but we're still committed to giving you the best service on the UK's biggest network.

Find out more

Cost saving tips

Text 'AL' to 150 and we'll send you a text telling you how many minutes and texts you have in your monthly allowance, and how many you have left. Plus you can text 'BA' to 150 to get your current balance.

If you're on a consumer plan and not already paying by direct debit, you can save £3.50 each month - and some time - by setting it up. Just click here.

To find out your new monthly plan price after 09 May:

  • enter the price of your current monthly plan in the box below
  • exclude any discounts, additional services or Boosters you have
  • hit calculate

For help finding your current monthly plan price, see below the calculator.

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For help finding your current monthly plan price, look on your bill or in My T-Mobile:

Your bill

You can find the figure (ex VAT) you need in the Charges summary section on the second
sheet of your bill. It is highlighted here:

Your Account
Log in to My T-Mobile, Go to My Plan section, and click on
My Plan Details. You'll find the figure (ex VAT) you need here:

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