Unlimited data access tariff released by 02

From October, O2 will be offering a £30 unlimited mobile data tariff. Called O2 Web Max the new pricing will offer uses users unlimited data access for £30 per month, subject to a fair usage policy which operates above 3Gbytes usage per month.

From October, O2 will be offering a £30 unlimited mobile data tariff. Called O2 Web Max the new pricing will offer uses users unlimited data access for £30 per month, subject to a fair usage policy which operates above 3Gbytes usage per month.

BlackBerry users are also being offered a new service called Unlimited BlackBerry which costs £10 per month, and gives unlimited access to the internet on BlackBerry, with a fair usage policy which operates above 200Mb.

Users of O2's pay as you go service, can also buy unlimited mobile broadband. The O2 unlimited Bolt-On is designed to help such users browse the internet and send e-mails. It is subject to a fair usage policy which operates above 200Mb usage per month, or approx 1,400 internet pages per month.

O2 said businesses can take advantage of the new tariffs if they set up a data-only connection or renew an existing data or voice connection, subject to compatibility.




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