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10-Oct-2017 15:57

UK Information Commissioner Christopher Graham said the data was sold for “substantial amounts of money” to brokers working for other mobile phone companies.The privacy watchdog said it planned to prosecute and would push for jail terms for anyone convicted.Effective 1 February 2011 T-Mobile UK lowered their fair-use capacity limit on Internet usage from 3GB to 500MB per month and clarified that Internet access using their mobile broadband service in reality only allows browsing the Internet using static websites.T-Mobile says: "Browsing means looking at websites and checking email, but not watching videos, downloading files or playing games.On 12 December 2007, it was confirmed that a merger of the high-speed 3G and HSDPA networks operated by T-Mobile UK and 3 was to take place starting January 2008.This resulted in T-Mobile and 3 having the largest HSDPA mobile phone network in the country, with HSDPA access initially restricted to Web'n'Walk Plus customers and above.Rival companies bought the information and used it to make cold calls to the customers offering them a new contract with a new network.

T-Mobile launched their 3G UMTS services in the Autumn of 2003.Consumer Focus and the Communications Consumer Panel sent a joint letter to the then Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes in December 2009 asking for the merger to be investigated by authorities in the United Kingdom, rather than Brussels.