As you know we always listen to your feedback and where possible try and change what we do.
So on this occasion we have all been talking a lot on our data pricing and about the initial rate as well as the 50p cap a day for 100MB.
We proposed to charge £2 per MB up to a maximum of 50p a day for 100MB, which many of you found to be too steep an initial incline.
So what we propose to implement now is the following:
We will charge 20p per MB up to a maximum of 50p (which works out at 2.5MB) after which you get up to 30MB for free.
Should you go over 30MB, we will then start charging at a rate of 20p per MB.
Which means you now get your slow incline of 20p per MB initially, up to a cap of 50p, which gives you up to 30MB, after which the rate returns to 20p per MB.
This should hopefully satisfy the low data users, with the slow ramp up, and give those who use slightly more a nice buffer of up to 30MB, after which you don't get stung by high prices.
So please let us know your feedback on this proposal!