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TalkTalk launches £12 a month SIM-only mobile plan

Monday, April 27th 2015 by Phil Wilkinson-Jones

TalkTalk has launched what it claims is Britain’s lowest-priced unlimited SIM-only plan.

The £12 a month deal gives existing TalkTalk broadband customers unlimited minutes, texts and data on a 30-day rolling contract.

But if a customer cancels their TalkTalk broadband account, the cost of the All-in SIM rises to £24 a month and the package changes to 2,000 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data a month.

The new All-In SIM builds on TalkTalk’s range of unlimited products. TalkTalk is the only UK provider to offer 100% totally unlimited broadband as standard on all its packages.

“We’re revolutionising mobile with our new unlimited SIM,” said Tristia Harrison, TalkTalk’s managing director for consumer.

“We’ve successfully driven down the average cost of broadband and TV packages in Britain, giving millions of families more for their money. Now we’re doing the same for mobile.

“Savvy shoppers are realising that a separate mobile package costs significantly more than taking it together with their broadband and TV.”

'Streaming and downloading'

She added: “Our great value All-in mobile SIM isn’t just for people streaming and downloading day in day out. For those simply after the best price, this is an unbeatable deal.”

TalkTalk Mobile has grown rapidly, taking a 13% market share of new SIM-only connections in March.

In December, TalkTalk added a free SIM worth £90, offering 100 minutes, 250 texts and 200MB of data a month to its Plus TV, broadband and anytime calls package.

Around half a million customers are currently on TalkTalk Mobile plans.

TalkTalk will continue to offer its pay monthly SIM and smartphone plans starting from £3.95 a month.

All TalkTalk Mobile plans include built-in savings features including free calls between family members linked to the home account and theTalk2Go calling app, which allows customers to use their landline minutes on their mobile.

Cable.co.uk previously reported how some TalkTalk customers had their account numbers and names stolen by malicious hackers.

The company warned its customers to be on their guard against being tricked into handing over personal information and bank account details, or installing software that could make their computers vulnerable to attack.

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