ASA: No T-Mobile, Your “Unlimited” Data Isn’t Actually Unlimited

The advertising watchdog has just given EE's budget arm, T-Mobile, a big slap across the chops over its claim of "unlimited" data on its Full Monty plans. According to the ASA, it's not actually unlimited because T-Mobile employs traffic management, which makes it, err, limited. Read More >>

This Petition Banning Gratuitous (and False) Over-Use of ‘Unlimited’ by Companies is Actually Worth Signing

The beauty of living in a democracy is that, in theory, we can make those head-bashingly stupid ads for "unlimited data* *fair usage policy of one GIF per day" illegal. All you have to do is sign one little petition over on Change.org. Go on, you know you want to. Read More >>

Virgin Mobile Admits to New 2Mb Mobile Data Speed Cap

Virgin Mobile has started restricting mobile data connections to around 2Mb, reducing the maximum download speeds on offer to 3G phone users to help give everyone a workable level of service. Read More >>

Virgin Media Uses the U-Word to Describe New Mobile Data SIMs

Virgin Media's new Big Data pay-as-you-go SIM may tempt a few of you, as it sees the network offer unlimited mobile data to SIM-only customers in return for topping up with £10 of credit a month. Read More >>

Idiots Ask Ad Standards Body if “Forever” Actually Means “Forever”

A T-Mobile advert claiming to offer users "unlimited free texts forever" has been investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority, after two people queried the existential issue of whether something can really be proven to last "forever." Read More >>

O2 Goes On & On With New Unlimited Mobile SIM Deal

O2's launched a new mobile contract option its calling On & On, which gives new and existing users an unlimited number of calling minutes and texts, plus the chance to use the data part of the bundle when tethering another gadget. Read More >>

T-Mobile’s Full Monty Data Plan Throttled to 1Mb?

There was a fairly large outbreak of fury over the weekend, after a T-Mobile operative said its new Fully Monty unlimited data plan was to be throttled at 1Mb. But then someone else from T-Mobile said it wasn't. Who do we believe? Read More >>

Sony Combines its Media Stuff Into One Mega Sony Entertainment Network

Sony has launched what it's calling the Sony Entertainment Network, a simpler new umbrella that wraps up its disparate music, video and gaming options into one package. Read More >>

3 Months Free Unlimited Data? Yes Please Vodafone!

Mobile data contracts are a bit of minefield to navigate, what with 'unlimited' not really being unlimited and the question of 'How much data do I really need?' rearing its ugly head. Read More >>