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Virgin to introduce Mobile Broadband services

  • Wednesday, September 24, 2008 3:12 PM
  • 3 comments

Virgin are to add an HSDPA broadband service to their product portfolio following a contract renewal that extends the contract for 6 years. Virgin are believed to have been in discussions with another wholesale partner but renewed the deal with T-Mobile. The renewal of the contract is thought to be on more favourable terms which could lead to the Virgin mobile products being more competitive. They will be able to provide mobile broadband services using HSDPA on both contract and a pay as you go basis.

"We signed a contract amendment with them back in June to include the provision of HSDPA services. We have a strong relationship with Virgin Mobile under a long-term contract."

T-Mobile spokesperson

Virgin mobile broadband products are thought to be available by Christmas.

Comments

As long as people don't want reliability, T-mobile is fine. Around here T-mobile have the worse connections of the big four.

  • zyborg47
  • over 8 years ago

... and the usual idiots thinking *their* part of the country is the only one that matters!!!

This would not be so stupid, if they said WHERE it was!!!

  • comnut
  • over 8 years ago

quote"Virgin mobile broadband products are thought to be available by Christmas."

A new concept on electronic gadget with no life due to no batteries?

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 8 years ago

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