However for some reason doing basic stuff like checking emails and reading the BBC Mobile News pages appears to be costing me more than using my previous handset an INQ Mini 3G.
I should point out that I'm not running any background data apps because when my phone is idle my Internet balance remains unchanged.
Anyway I did a test experiment with the Digitally Imported music application because it has a built-in data meter.
First I checked my balance after idling (the balance page updates like every 30 - 45 minutes).
Then I loaded the DI application and played an audio stereo for a duration of approximately 1MB.
When I subtracted credits before and credits after the total came to 14p not 11p as expected not even 12p - huh??
Now I realise 3p is a small amount but in the end it all adds up and I wouldn't be happy if Three have been ripping me off slightly.
So I was wondering has anyone else noticed inconstancies in Three's Mobile broadband charging??