There was a time when it was simply Three Mobile who supplied limitless information however that’s all modified.
Vodafone introduced its new limitless offers earlier this 12 months and EE additionally just lately joined this all-you-can-eat revolution.
Now it’s the flip of O2 to disclose a serious upgrade with prospects capable of seize absolutely limitless information plans from at present.
This means it’s best to be capable to stream and obtain as a lot as you want with out worry of being charged something further to remain on-line.
O2 says this new choice will begin from simply £33 per thirty days for an 18-month SIM-only plan.
Along with SIM plans, there’s additionally the capacity to get limitless information on new smartphone contracts.
Speaking about the limitless information plans, Nina Bibby, Chief Marketing Officer, O2, stated: “We’re excited to be unveiling our Unlimited Data plans today. Now there’s no limit to what you can do on O2. As the customer champion, O2’s mobile plans have always been designed to put customers in control, and with the option of unlimited data on our award winning network, we are now providing our customers with the ultimate choice.”
It value noting that this limitless information additionally consists of 5G-ready handsets with O2’s superfast sign being switched on subsequent month.
The UK community has simply confirmed that it’s going to swap on these superfast speeds in October with six areas the first to get entry to a greater connection.
At launch, O2’s 5G service shall be stay in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, London and Slough.
This will then be adopted by extra areas all through 2019 and into subsequent 12 months.
O2 says it intelligence-led rollout technique has been pushed by information and perception that identifies the place prospects will profit from 5G the most.
This means customers of the community are almost definitely to see enhancements in key areas together with practice stations, essential enterprise areas and leisure and sports activities venues together with The O2 and Twickenham Stadium.
“5G goes to be a recreation changer for our nation. Whether it’s for individuals or companies, the energy of this next-generation community goes to unlock a world of prospects for our economic system and society,” stated Mark Evans, CEO, Telefónica UK.