As confirmed to macworld UK today in case anyone missed it: This morning it emerged that O2 believes 200MB is sufficient as a monthly data allowance. When the iPhone/O2 deal was announced in the UK, the mobile network said its fair use policy would allow for up to 1,400 web pages per day to be viewed. But its contractual terms allow for just 200MB of data per month, reports ZDNet. That report points out that this data tariff is just 20 per cent of that offered by T-Mobile. O2 this afternoon confirmed the 200MB per month data usage restriction to Macworld, and also let customers know that the iPhone usage agreement also restricts users to just 60-hours per month usage of the Cloud WiFi network.