T-Mobile announced that it will be cutting the amount of data allowance for its mobile phone customers to only 500MB per month from the 1st of February.
In a press statement, T-Mobile said that on average, mobile phone users consumed around 200MB per month or roughly 7MB of data per day for email and internet usage.
That said, the fair usage policy seems to be targeting video streaming and other heavy usage services as T-Mobile has pledged not to target customers who exceed the data limits imposed if they use it only for email and web purposes.
The move puts T-Mobile, which is now part of Everything Everywhere, in line with the three other big mobile phone operators.
Indeed, should you want to have unlimited mobile internet with fewer strings attached, then we'd suggest that you have a look at GiffGaff and 3 UK.
The former (opens in new tab), which is part of O2, offers £10 packages including 250 minutes, unlimited texts and internet as long as you don't use it for PC and tethering.
3 UK (opens in new tab) on the other hand has updated its "One Plan" to include unlimited data including tethering (and as long as you don't remove the SIM card from the smart phone) for as little as £25 per month with 2000 minutes, 5000 3-to-3 minutes and 5000 texts.