"Gareth" <hotmail.com@dgareth_nospam.com> wrote in message
>I see that there is very little in terms of value for money to be had in
>terms of monthly SIM only data plans.
> Vodafone has nothing to offer at a reasonable price; nor does Orange; the
> Virgin Liberty SIM is okay but the cheapest seem to be O2 (? the best) and
> T-Mobile (although the "fair use" policies make it even more complicated).
> If I have a perfectly good phone and just want a monthly SIM only contract
> with a heavy emphasis on data (very little voice and text) which is the
> best to go for?
> Are there any virtual providers which offer a better service than O2,
> Virgin and T-Mobile?
Virgin do this: http://www.virginmobile.com/vm/simCardOnly.do
Virgin £15 P/M, 300 Minutes + Unlimited Texts. http://www.virginmobile.com/vm/gener...Use%20Policies
"Unlimited texts: Unlimited texts are subject to a fair use allowance of
3000 texts per month. If your usage exceeds this amount then we reserve the
right to charge you for the excessive element of your usage at the text rate
for other mobile networks for your tariff outlined in our Tariff Table.
Unlimited use is within the UK and is for your personal, non-commercial use
only. It doesn't include texts to shortcode services, group text, or picture
messages and any of these uses will be charged at the text rate for other
mobile networks for your tariff outlined in our Tariff Table."