The network was purchased by Deutsche Telekom in 1999 T-Mobile offered both pay-as-you-go and pay-monthly contract phones.
The pay-monthly contracts consisted of set numbers of minutes and 'flexible boosters' which allow the customer to change them month to month depending on their needs.
Effective 1 February 2011 T-Mobile UK lowered their fair-use capacity limit on Internet usage from 3GB to 500MB per month and clarified that Internet access using their mobile broadband service in reality only allows browsing the Internet using static websites.
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In 2013, parent company EE began to withdraw the T-Mobile brand, with the website closed and redirected to EE.
As of February 2015, T-Mobile connections are no longer possible to new or existing customers.Prior to this T-Mobile had a contract option known as 'Flext' which gave the user an amount of money to use for calls, texts, MMS and mobile internet as necessary. There is no warning when pay-monthly customers exceed their monthly inclusive limit, leading to unexpectedly large bills.T-Mobile launched their 3G UMTS services in the Autumn of 2003.Consumer Focus and the Communications Consumer Panel sent a joint letter to the then Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes in December 2009 asking for the merger to be investigated by authorities in the United Kingdom, rather than Brussels.The British Office of Fair Trading joined this call by asking the EU to allow it to investigate the proposed deal in February 2010, saying that it believed the merger could have a 'significant' effect on competition.On 8 September 2009 France Télécom's Orange and T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telekom announced they were in advanced talks to merge their UK operations to create the largest mobile operator with 37% of the market.