TalkTalk introduces unlimited mobile SIM-only plan

TalkTalk has announced a new unlimited use mobile phone plan: the All-In SIM. The plan lets users talk, surf and send as many texts as they like without incurring extra charges for £12 a month.

The All-In SIM's available as a 30-day rolling plan but there are some caveats to be aware of. It's only open to new customers as part of a broadband and phone deal. Existing customers can add the plan at any time.

Managing Director for Consumer at TalkTalk, Tristia Harrison said, "We're revolutionising mobile with our new unlimited SIM… 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."

She added, "Savvy shoppers are realising that a separate mobile package costs significantly more than taking it together with their broadband and TV. And 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 already offers mobile services to customers who have taken broadband and phone packages. These pay monthly plans include SIM-only and smartphone plans, but the All-In SIM is the first time TalkTalk's offered mobile services as a bundle with broadband - a so-called 'quad-play' package.

BT recently launched BT Mobile, and Virgin Media has also started offering broadband, TV and mobile phone bundles.

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