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T-Mobile has refreshed its You Fix plan, which combines monthly mobile contracts with Pay as You Go in a service that lets users top up when their agreed minutes and messages are kaput.

Those who sign up to You Fix are given an allowance of minutes and texts, as well as a Flexible Booster – a bonus such as unlimited texts or Internet data as well as talktime deals, which can set by the customer and changed each month.

When any of these run out, customers switch to Pay as you Go mode and should never be stung with unexpectedly high phone bills again.

Contracts start at £15.50 for 75 minutes and 75 texts, rising to £20.50 for 100 of each or £26.50 for 300 apiece, along with one of the seven Flexible Boosters offers.

For further information check out the T-Mobile You Fix webpage. ®

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