Mobile users face paying up to £46/month extra for a phone they already own. https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/n...aying-46-a-month-for-a-phone-they-already-own. Three's response which is, as usual from companies that don't really have an explanation, and that was their "pricing was fair." When I asked a question on their Facebook page I received an even more ambiguous answer. "Hi Glenn, we encourage all Three customers to contact us if they would like to change their plan at the end of their fixed term deal. They can also check how much time they have left on their plan via the Three app. We appreciate any feedback to help us improve our processes and are exploring new ways to ensure our customers can get the most out of their mobile phones at a competitive price. >Kimberley" I am PAYG and have never had a contract phone preferring to buy my own so this does not affect me but this sort of thing really gets up my nose as it is not as if the mobile companies are providing a first class service given that we a 54th in the world league tables on coverage doing worse than some East European and South american countries.