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Breathe - the ISP cum mobile phone outfit for modern urbanists on micro scooters - has launched what it describes as Britain' first unmetered WAP service.

The offer is part of a limited promo available until the end of November.

Breathe reckons that the offer will help show that WAP really is something to behold and that it isn't just a useless gimmick for people with too much time on their hands.

However, there is a snag. The unmetered offer using a toll-free 0800 number is only available "free" to Orange and One2One users.

As Vodafone and BTCellnet don't recognise the zero rating of 0800 numbers, anyone signing up to the service from these major operators will be charged at the national rate. ®

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