I'm getting pretty fed up of seeing the word "UNLIMITED" when it comes to data charges / internet usage and then in tiny writing having to see on some page of T&C's the so called Fair usage limit.
According to the Oxford Dictionary the meaning of the word Unlimited is
adjective not limited or restricted; infinite.
I've just comes to buy a PAYG Mobile phone on Tesco and one of the main reasons I chose Tesco was because they clearly stated that for £2 per week you get UNLIMITED Internet use on the phone. After buying the actual phone I now see the bookley inside states a fair usage limit of 100MB and online when registering your SIM Card online (which you can only do AFTER you have made the purchase) another stating just 50MB per week.
Neither 50MB or even 100MB is even close to what most people would consider Unlimited.
The Nokia 5230 Phone I bought has a built in GPS SatNav but does not come with any maps installed - to download the map for just the UK alone is well over 100MB.
The OVI Store also only allow people to download new software over the air and since this phone has no WiFi that means you must download it through Tesco's own system - that again could quite easily put a person over the 50MB / 100MB Fair usage limit.
The word Unlimited means no limits - how are companies allowed to use this word to sell their products?