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(From Guardian Unlimited)
T-Mobile today was forced into a humiliating climbdown as it reversed its plans to cut data allowances for all its users from a maximum of 3GB to 500MB a month. But it warned that the revised plans would apply to any new customers and those upgrading their phones, though not to existing customers.
The reverse came after protests, threats of legal and regulatory action and a day of dithering by the company, which had initially put out the statement announcing the unilateral change in a posting on its company website on Monday.
But late on Wednesday the vice-president of T-Mobile UK, Lysa Hardy, said: "On Monday 10 January 2011 we …