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So, you spend weeks planning your trip, saving money wherever you can, sleeping in people’s couch’s for free and sharing hotel rooms with French students. Your plane tickets are the cheapest in the world, your car hire in America is a bargain and your hotel room in Tobago is free. Then you get home and two weeks later a 99GBP mobile phone bill drops through your letterbox. Two minute call = 5GBP. Bloody Nora! You can’t budget for everything. Cheap calls through the brilliant Vyke Pro program (vyke.com) just didn’t work in Tobago. Ditto 18185 – the pre-call system which is supposed to cost you 1p a minute. Cheap flights have revolutionised consumer travel but it seems when it comes to our must-have-can’t-do-without cell phones, the companies are still able to take the p***. Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone: be ashamed. BY THE WAY: This photograph is of Manhattan Island, New York. It was not taken with my mobile cell phone.