“The rival currently promises unlimited data with a 750MB ‘fair usage’ policy but would have more definite limits in the summer,” Electronista reports. “A source for Mobile didn’t say how closely Orange would follow O2’s plan, which limits most users to 500MB and has them pay for blocks of extra data. Rumors have also circulated that Vodafone is following suit.”
Electronista reports, “The changes would follow a trend of previously unlimited carriers around the world going to limited plans but reflects the squeeze on mobile data use from smartphones like the iPhone 4, which has prompted caps at AT&T and O2.”
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