Mobile data plans are increasingly becoming an integral part of mobile phone contracts offered by providers in the UK. Allowing users to browse the web, download files and keep up-to-date with their social networking profiles wherever they are, provided they have sufficient signal, with more and more services and retailer making their products available online, there has never been a better time to sign up to a mobile contract that would allow you to do the same.
There are even unlimited mobile data plans available from certain mobile networks. While most data plans will charge you a set price per MB (megabyte) you go over your data allowance, unlimited data plans allow you to access music and video and download files from the internet at your leisure. Some implement 'fair use' policies and will either slow you connection speed or stop you from downloading more data if they feel your usage is effecting the quality of connection other users in the area are experiencing or if you are downloading GBs (gigabytes) of data on a daily basis.
A truly unlimited mobile data plan will set you back a minimum of £50 per month at the moment. All cheaper data plans are subject to limits or restrictions under fair use policies. To check how much data you would need to access to implement these restrictions, a visit to a price comparison site can be extremely useful. On these sites you can browse the contracts available from each network and find out... (More)