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 3 Goes Unlimited
3 Goes Unlimited
Three has taken the unusual step of completely removing it's 'fair usage' cap for mobile data on it's popular 'One Plan'. This is in contrast to all other operators who limit so called 'unlimited' tariffs by imposing a 'fair usage policy'; a practise we have always been staunchly against. Going in entirely the opposite direction, T-Mobile (who joined forces with Orange back in July to form 'Everything Everywhere') has decided to cut it's data cap drastically, to a poultry 500MB.

At £25 inc. VAT per month, it's a complete bargain given that the tariff also includes 2000 minutes and 5000 text messages. This essentially makes those unlimited too; for most people anyway. Pairing with an Orange San Francisco Phone, unlocked, and updated to Android 2.2 (which includes Wi-Fi tethering), makes this a very compelling and competitive package indeed. For small networks this can also provide a backup internet connection, or connection to a remote location, unreachable by a traditional land line.

2012-05-01 Update : Three now do a SIM 600 deal for £15 inc. VAT which also has unlimited data.
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