Screen beauty Catherine Zeta-Jones will no longer be the face of phone giant T-Mobile from next year (07), as the company have no plans to renew her contract. The OCEAN'S TWELVE star has appeared in American advertising campaigns for the firm since signing a reportedly multi-million dollar contract in 2003, also taking the role as their glamorous spokesperson. But T-Mobile claims to want a more down to earth, "man on the street" persona to tout their upcoming range of internet phone products. T-Mobile spokesman PETER DOBROW says, "When Catherine Zeta-Jones agreed to be our spokesperson four years ago, we could never have imagined the cache appeal she would have brought to T-Mobile. "Her style, credibility and integrity have been a tremendous benefit for our company and our brand. "We could not have asked for a better partner in launching T-Mobile than Catherine Zeta-Jones."