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Three mobile removes data restrictions and out-of-bundle charges for iPhone users (18-24 month contract)

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Three mobile Ireland have announced that they have removed data restrictions and out-of-bundle charges for smartphone users  across its range of Flex Max price plans to customers on 18 or 24 month contracts, these tariffs cost from €40, €60, €80 to €95. This move will be welcomed by intensive users who often find themselves with large iPhone or other smartphone bills!

We love this move, but like many other Irish end users, are disappointed that mobile networks are moving away from 12 month contract to 18-24 month contracts.

Commenting on the launch of this exciting new initiative, Eoin MacManus, Commercial Director at Three, said: “At Three we’ve built a network with the scale and scope to meet people’s data needs both now and into the future — and with more and more customers choosing to opt for next generation smartphones, this will prove more important than ever.”

With smartphone sales surging towards the end of 2010 and now accounting for almost 20%* of overall worldwide mobile phone sales, Three has made this move to remove any concerns around the cost of using data on smartphones, for both new and existing customers.

“While other operators are restricting the data their customers can use before they get hit with out-of-bundle data charges, Three Ireland is lifting all limits on the amount of data smartphone users can consume on their mobile. This proposition underpins our position as an innovator and a mobile operator that isn’t afraid to drive change.”

You can visit three mobile here.

 

 

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