T-Mobile has launched a new calling and data plan it's calling The Full Monty, which it claims is the first in the UK to remove all restrictions and fair use monitoring from mobile data, calling minutes and SMS messages.
Prices for the full experience start at £41 per month, which will give users a "free" iPhone 4S or BlackBerry 9900 along with apparently unlimited and unmonitored quantities of everything, with T-Mobile stressing that "no fair use restrictions" are applied to customers.
There's one cheaper tariff available, which offers the Galaxy S II, HTC Sensation XE and older iPhone 4 for free, coming with one slight restriction -- this £36 monthly tariff offers unlimited data, text messages and calls to T-Mobile customers, but there's a 2,000 minute limit on calls to other networks. Which is still pretty much unlimited, unless there's something wrong with you and how much you talk.
The Full Monty plan will be available from February 1st in T-Mobile shops and online. You'll be tied in for 24 months should you take one up. [T-Mobile]