When can't you call an 'unlimited' data plan unlimited? When it's heavily limited, of course!
T-Mobile has confirmed that new customers signing up to its Full Monty tariff will not be eligible for free tethering.
UK mobile network Three has announced its new Essential Internet tariff which guarantees customers an "absolutely zero chance of out-of-bundle data charges".
ExclusiveGiffGaff's CEO Mike Fairman has said in an interview with TechRadar that the budget network may have to consider binning its unlimited data offer as data usage continues to rise.
A spokesperson for T-Mobile has confirmed the company does not cap data download speeds on its new Full Monty tariff, or any of its other data plans.
Opinion'Unlimited data, yeah right' you scoff. But no, seriously, that is exactly what T-Mobile is offering. It is the future and it will run our lives.
T-Mobile has announced the first 'truly unlimited' data plan of its kind in the UK, with the Full Monty tariff offering consumers unlimited calls, texts and internet for £36 per month.
Three has launched a new pay as you go deal which sees customers getting unlimited data for 30 days at a cost of £15.