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Vodafone has introduced an almost-all-you-can eat data tariff on its UK network. Subscribers can sign up to the plan for £45 per month. In practice, there's a 150 MB cap.

It's part of a complete overhaul of Vodafone's GPRS rates, which sees three new capped tariffs. For £5 a month, the occasional user can use GPRS at £2 per MB. A £15.32 fee buys you 10 MB and a £25.32 fee buys 25 MB.

Orange bundles 30 MB a month for £40 (£1.50 for each extra MB) and O2 bundles 36MB for £46.99 (£1.16 for each extra MB).

However, lucky Canadians boast another reason for moving to the frozen North. Fido and Rogers AT&T both offer all-you-can eat for $50 a month. Why do things just work in Canada (writes this Californian-based AT&T subscriber)? ®

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