A new phone plan from O2 sees you paying two contracts -- one for the phone, and one for your minutes, texts and data.
I've spent all my Christmas money on carpet-flavoured crisps, so I'm happy to see the networks are locking horns with uber-cheap deals, sparking a new low -- the £10 tariff
3's iPad data plans are looking surprisingly cheap, with contracts undercutting Vodafone, O2 and Orange by a considerable amount
Orange has come up with pay-as-you-go, daily, weekly and monthly data plans for the iPad, including a free microSIM that fits the gadget
O2 has tweaked its tariffs, hoping to tempt people who are happy with their phones with a new range of cheap SIM-free deals, as well as new contract prices
Vodafone has launched Freebees, a selection of pay-as-you-go tariffs that reward you with free Internet access, texts or call time when you top up your phone. They compare well with competing offerings.
Vodafone, Orange and O2 have announced prices for data plans for the iPad 3G, starting at 5p and peaking at £25 for 10GB of goodness
You'll have the choice of one daily and two monthly data plans for the iPad 3G on the O2 network, starting at £2 for a day of surfing up to 500MB
Fancy an HTC Desire for £25 a month, an unlimited contract for £50, or a £10 SIM-only deal that doesn't tie you down? Check out the new tariffs from Virgin and Orange
O2 has revamped its tariffs, ditching the need to add a separate bolt-on for tethering your iPad to your iPhone. It's now part of your normal data allowance.