- Special launch tariffs come with Double Data from just £36 per month with no up-front cost
- All tariffs include 4G at no extra cost
- Customers on an Anytime Upgrade contract will be able to upgrade their phone at any time
Tesco Mobile today announces its competitive offer for the new HTC One M9, with the lowest total cost of ownership when compared to other networks, at just £36 per month with no upfront fee.
The HTC One M9 will be available from Tesco Mobile from 30th March.
The network has set up a special Double Data promotion until 21st May. Customers can take advantage of 1000 minutes, 5000 text and 2GB of data, for just £36 per month for the 32GB variant, which comes with 4G at no extra cost on a 24 month contract.
The device will be available in grey, gold and silver, and a range of tariffs to suit all users. All will come without any up-front cost. (Further details of other tariffs will be available online soon).
Key features of the stylish HTC One M9 include:
The HTC Themes app which allows users to create a unique customised experience
UltraPixel front-facing camera for taking high quality special selfies
HTC BoomSound with Dolby Audio to give music, films and games incredible sound
Anyone interested in the HTC One M9 on Tesco Mobile can visit www.tescomobile.com/htc-one-m9 or further information, the Care Team can be reached on 0800 433 4990. Existing Tesco Mobile customers can call 4422.
For further details please contact Fanclub PR at email@example.com, or call on 0207 096 1375.
About Tesco Mobile
Tesco Mobile is a 50:50 joint venture between Tesco and O2. The company sells Tesco Mobile branded services exclusively in Tesco stores, online and through Tesco Direct, across the UK. The service gives Tesco Mobile customers value, simplicity and choice, offering them simple, great value tariffs with rewards such as free credit and Clubcard points.
Tesco Mobile has been awarded the Best Customer Support Award by uSwitch in 2014 and was named the Best Telecoms Service Provider at the Which? Awards 2013.
Published on 20th March 2015