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Thanks for the informed post. I guess forcing me to pay for voice I don't use cross subsidises the data I do. Given these stats I suspect cheaper and more complete fixed broadband is going to be needed to justify the cost of phones built for streaming multimedia and other data centric applications.
How do they create these stats - I pay 10 quid for voice and 5 for data. Why because I'm forced to - most of that voice is unused yet I use all of that data, why can't I pay 2 quid for the little amount of voice I use and 10 quid for more data - because the networks are clueless is why.