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T-Mobile has formally torn up its old monthly contracts and replaced them with new ones it claims "give customers greater choice and flexibility".

Sample tariffs quoted by the telco run from £20 to £35 per month, delivering between 300 and 500 bundled text messages and 300-900 minutes' call time.

Depending on which phone you select, the package will include unlimited internet access, unlimited BlackBerry emails, unlimited texts or unlimited calls to other T-Mobile customers.

T-Mobile has also introduced what it calls "Flexible Boosters" - a set of add-ons from which pay monthly punters can pick one and have it bundled into their package for free.

The initial Flexible Boosters line-up unlimited internet, international calling, roaming, unlimited calls to landlines or unlimited calls to other T-Mobile customers.

Extra boosters can be added at a cost of £5 each per month. ®

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