"Pricing & Availability iPhone is scheduled to go on sale on November 9 and will be sold exclusively in the UK through Apple's retail and online stores, O2 and The Carphone Warehouse's retail and online stores. iPhone will be available in an 8GB model for £269 (inc VAT) and will work with either a PC or Mac. Three new great value iPhone tariffs will be available from O2 starting at £35, which all include unlimited anytime, anywhere mobile data usage and, in a market first, free unlimited use of the UK's largest single public Wi-Fi network, covering over 7,500 cafes, restaurants, airport lounges, pubs and other locations across the UK." Above is a paragraph I have copied verbatim from the UK o2 iPhone promotional website. Notice the use of the terms unlimited wi-fi and unlimited data are used with no disclaimers, asterisks or anything else to imply they have conditions attached. First we thought unlimited data meant 1400 pages per month and unlimited wi-fi meant just that. Now we find unlimited data means 200MB and unlimited wi-fi means 60hrs. The point is not what we think are reasonable amounts to receive as part of a deal but the fact that the terms are changing all the time so by the time we come to sign our contract on 9th November who knows what we'll get?????