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Three today extended its unlimited - no, honest - data package to pay-as-you-go customers, who can now gobble up as much content as they like for £15 a month.

Last year, the network operator introduced The One Plan, a pay-monthly eat-all-you-can data package that eclipsed the claimed-to-be-unlimited-but-not deals of its competitors.

Three insisted at the time that 'unlimited' means precisely that.

Now PAYG customers can benefit from a similar deal by simply adding one of two Three add-ons:

A £15 pack gives customers 30 days of unlimited data, 300 minutes of call time and 3000 texts. Pay £25 and you get the 30 days of data plus 500 minutes cal time and 3000 texts.

If 3000 texts aren't sufficient, there's always Virgin's unlimited texts Sim-only offering, but you won't get the such a large data allowance. ®

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