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Engadget: The People's Operator launches in the UK -- a charitable MVNO for data haters

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The People's Operator launches in the UK -- a charitable MVNO for data haters
Nov 19th 2012, 09:10

The People's Operator launches in the UK  a charitable MVNO for data haters

Another mobile virtual network operator (MNVO) has joined the fray in the UK today -- The People's Operator (TPO). The main hook of this particularly entrant is the low calling and text costs, and with 25% of the company's profits going to its own charitable foundation, so you know all that nattering is doing some good (you can also assign 10% of your monthly spend to a specific cause of your choice). You should get good coverage piggybacking on the towers of EE, O2, Vodafone and Three, and 4G is expected to arrive at some point in the future. We're not sure you'll want to use it, however, as the current data cost is a flat 12.5p per MB, and the pay-as-you-go bundles launching in December don't come any cheaper (£17.50 per month for a 500MB allowance). Pay monthly contracts are expected soon, but at the moment, it's only a PAYG, SIM-only provider. If the combination of cheap calls and charity has sparked your interest, head over to the source link to grab a SIM.

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