Three ditches data caps

Pocket-Lint: Three, the UK mobile phone operator, has announced that it is ditching data caps on its “The One Plan” first launched in July earlier this year.

“The change is aimed at giving customers peace of mind when it comes to data - so they can surf, email, update, watch, listen or play freely on their smartphone making the most of all it can do”, says Three.

The news means that rather than be restricted to 1GB of data per month users can use as much data as they like without incurring extra costs.

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