Always on means you always have a data connection, so isn't misleading
An extra 100+% , for an increase of 25% isn't value for money ?
Nowhere does it say the always on goodybag is unlimited
Always On* implies Always On* @steve0003
Not unlimited. If it meant unlimited it would say unlimited.
Our Always On* goodybag is designed to give you peace of mind that you'll always be connected and have access to data at all times.
With our £25 "Always On" goodybag, members will experience:
* Traffic Flow applies to the £25 "Always On" goodybag.
"Always on" certainly does not imply "unlimited"; I feel that is wishful thinking.
What you really need to examine is whether there is any network opffering the truly unlimited data that you want and then consider what you will have to pay for that and whether you will be tied into a monthly contract.
All networks are out there to produce a profit for their shareholders.
In this case it will ultimately be for those who invest in Telefonica.
I'm not sure how you can refer to it as "greed" - it is the commonest business model to make as much money as you can while attempting to gow the business so as to make even more.
Clearly some companies are better at it than others - I offer the comparison of Apple vs. Patisserie Valerie.
always on `implies` unlimited, i am all for good deals but not for misleading statements as this can lead to disappointment in the product, hence my projected dissatisfaction.
always on does imply unlimited in my opinion but when reading the terms and conditions its not unlimited data