3 Offers All-You-Can-Eat Data Plan

Mobile operator launches £25-a-month unlimited data plan

December 16, 2010

1 Min Read

LONDON -- Mobile network Three has opened up data on its ground-breaking tariff The One Plan.

From today Three moves away from a world of data allowances, to give The One Plan customers all-you-can-eat data, challenging the limited offers and additional charges other operators levy on smartphone users.

The change is aimed at giving customers peace of mind when it comes to data – so they can surf, email, update, watch, listen or play freely on their smartphone - making the most of all it can do.This is the second time Three has challenged the UK mobile industry with The One Plan.

When The One Plan was introduced in July it was designed to be the most competitive offer on the market – giving customers all the calls and texts they need each month for one simple and affordable price, along with 1GB of data.

But customers say the fear of incurring unexpected data charges is one of the biggest barriers to really making the most of the new smartphone world. With the advent of high definition videos and games, not to mention apps, maps, social media updates, emails music, video calls and much, much more usage will continue to grow and with it the need for a plan that provides reassurance.

So, to ensure our customers continue to experience peace of mind, on the UK’s biggest and best network for smartphones, Three has decided to buck the trend and give people all-you-can-eat data on The One Plan.

While other operators are restricting the data their customers can use before they get hit with out-of-bundle data charges, on The One Plan all limits have been lifted on the amount of data you can consume on your mobile.

Three UK

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