Another thing the INQ Chat 3G does well, as you can see by the title, is data - connection is very fast and the phone can handle some pretty large websites where a number of other more powerful handsets have faltered.
However, the problem we've mentioned before is probably at its worst here on the internet browser - the slowdown can be terrible. Even when opening a web page like the basic BBC Mobile the phone struggles, leaving us waiting a huge amount of time to scroll to the part of the page we want.
Once the Chat 3G has had a chance to think about things, the phone does begin to work a lot better, with elements like bookmarks on the home screen working pretty well and loading fast enough - but waiting became an all too common theme on this phone.
There's also a large amount of social networking integration on the phone through the internet; if you want to share what you're looking at with the wider world you're able to do so easily by posting it in a Tweet, email or on your Facebook wall simply by hitting the relevant option in the menu - it's not something we do usually, but we quickly got to grips with it when using the INQ Chat 3G.
The phone's internet browser won't be able to cope with heavier websites though, and obviously it can't do things like Flash video or anything like that. The zoom function is a little basic and error-filled too - it takes a long time and the text re-sizing isn't as accurate as it needs to be.
But if you're looking to basically scroll through the mobile internet (as the only network provider, 3, is keen to have you browse anyway) then it's pretty good for that - providing you let it warm up first.
It is disappointing that the INQ Chat 3G, which we anticipated would be the best of the INQ range, doesn't have a better browser than the likes of the INQ Mini 3G and the INQ1 - but it doesn't and we can only label it 'functional' where on other phones it's a really attractive feature.