These days it seems as though Three is turning into the DFS of the mobile world. Every time we turn around it seems as though the network has gone and slashed the price of its unlimited everything deal. Not that this is a bad thing, of course, but there comes a point where you have to feel sorry for people who miss the deal and end up paying full price. Of course this means the discount is back once again.
So for £20 a month you can get unlimited calls, texts, data, and tethering, which is a pretty great deal. Obviously Three is one of only two UK networks that still offers unlimited data, and the perks of joining are far better than those of Virgin. Particularly if you like going to Europe, or watching Netflix. Of course Virgin uses EE's network, which has significantly better coverage, so it's all a matter of perspective.
Obviously you can't get Three's deal on a monthly rolling contract, and you have to sign up for a whole year. Naturally the network can also bump up the price after said year, which is also worth bearing in mind. You'll have to make up your mind quickly, though, because there's no telling when Three might pull this deal and ask you to pay full price. Apparently that's now £24, which is strange because I was sure it was at least £10 more than that. Clearly I was wrong.
You can take advantage of the deal right here.