UK mobile provide Three has announced that they are getting rid of out of bundle data charges, which is good news for their customers and smartphone users.
Previously if you went over you monthly data limit, you would be charged more for any data you used over you allowance, and this has in the past been standard across the mobile industry here in the UK with the exception of T-Mobile, but this could change as Three is one of the first companies to remove the excessive charges.
Now when you go over you monthly data allowance on your smartphone or tablet, Three will basically stop you from using any more data for that month, and also give you the option to buy more data, with 250MB of data costing you £2, or the option to buy all you can eat data for £5, which will last for thirty days.
Three have also announced that they will be launching a new range of price plans, you can find out more information over at the Three Blog.
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