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Network operator Three has made its all-you-can-eat data tariff, The One Plan, available to punters who don't want a two-year tie-in. The One Plan is now available on a £25-a-month, one-month rolling contract. It brings you aforementioned unlimited internet access plus 2000 minutes of calls to any network, 5000 minutes of …

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  1. Jim Coleman
    FAIL

    PAYG

    You neglected to mention, the unlimited data is also available to pay as you go customers when they top up £15 a month.

    This is an astounding deal. Or at least, it would be if I could get a signal with 3 at work. *Sigh*

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Shall I mention

      that three's T&Cs prohibit you from tethering on PAYG, but you're welcome to do so on a contract?

  2. Anonymous Coward
    WTF?

    5000 Minutes...

    That's more 1 minute in every 9 on the phone. I really think they need to real in the plans to something more realistic. I'd be happy with an unlimited data 500 minute plan for a tenner.

    1. Milkfloat

      Then go and gaff

      Sounds like you want a giffgaff £10 goody bag then.

  3. Pete 43

    So far so good...

    Had this for a month or so, used 3.5gb and nothing from three

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Grenade

    T-Mobile

    When I needed a data dongle I ended up going with T-Mobile as it let me use Three's excellent HDPSA network without actually having to deal with them directly!

  5. Patrick 17

    Why is PAYG unlimited but monthly not?

    I can't understand their pricing logic: for SIM only at £15 a month:

    a monthly rolling contract offers: 1GB data, 300mins, 3000 texts

    PAYG monthly topup offers: unlimited data, 300mins, 3000 texts

    1. Andrew Woodvine

      PAYG vs Pay Monthly

      You can't use unlimited data on PAYG for tethering - their T&Cs specifically exclude this. Unlimited data on pay monthly costs £10 more but includes tethering.

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