UK carrier Three has announced that it is ditching its All-in-one 15 pay as you go add-on, leaving £10, £20, and £25 options as the three plans left for pay as you go customers.
For people currently on the All-in-One 15 plan, Three is recommending a switch to the All-in-One 10 add-on which will net you 100 minutes of talk, 3000 texts, and 500MB of data for £10. If you'd rather have unlimited data, the cheapest plan on offer is the £20 All-in-One 20 which bumps talk time up to 300 minutes and offers 3000 texts. Finally, the £25 All-in-One 25 pushes talk time further to 500 minutes and retains unlimited data and 3000 texts.
Three is also notifying users through text messages, so if you're currently on the All-in-One 15 plan, you should be notified with more details shortly.
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