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Agree, three is not enough. UK had five; competition was good and prices came down. Belgium has three, service is poor and prices are high (particularly for unsubsidised handsets). And yet mobile is booming in Belgium despite this. I figure that people pay because they have no other choice and they can. Me, I live in Belgium, but choose to have a UK account. I'm almost permanently roaming, but because of reduced EU roaming rates and some well chosen account add-ons (free incoming calls in Europe, unlimited blackberry roaming) I prefer it that way. I long for a pan-European operator that can offer competitive rates across Europe.

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