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Author Topic: 3 to offer unlimited smartphone data to pay as you go customers  (Read 5037 times)

AdrianH

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3 offer unlimited data to PAYG users


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3, the UK’s smallest mobile phone company, has launched a new promotion to poach customers from its larger rivals by offering “all you can eat” pay-as-you-go data tariffs.


While the country’s three big mobile operators - Everything Everywhere, O2 and Vodafone - have begun introducing pricing models that penalise people who use up a lot of data capacity, 3 is now offering everyone unlimited data.

The new plan will allow 3 PAYG customers to browse the internet, download all the latest music and update Twitter and Facebook as much as they like for a flat fee of £15 a month. 3 said the new plan will enable customers to “set their smartphones free and still stay in control of their spending”.

The PAYG plan comes two months after the company launched a similar data plans for its contract customers....... (more)
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HPsauce

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Re: 3 to offer unlimited smartphone data to pay as you go customers
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2011, 02:26:36 PM »

Have a look at Gifgaff in comparison. Their basic £10 a month "goody bag" gives unlimited internet plus a calls/text package as well.  :graduate:
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AdrianH

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Re: 3 to offer unlimited smartphone data to pay as you go customers
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2011, 03:06:12 PM »

Looks OK till you realise that your payment lasts a month ................
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Re: 3 to offer unlimited smartphone data to pay as you go customers
« Reply #3 on: March 07, 2011, 04:37:54 PM »

till you realise that your payment lasts a month ................
What's the problem, £10 for a month of unlimited data with Giffgaff vs £15 for a month of unlimited data with Three ......  ???

It's a free market. Or did I misread the topic?
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