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Don't need much usage (500MB-1GB per month will be fine).

O2 £10.21 p/m for 1GB + unlimited wifi at O2 Wifi or BT Openzone hotspots sounds like a fair deal?

Better out there? (Vodafone looks cheaper but doesn't offer the automated switch to available wifi hotspots).

I'm on giffgaff, it's O2 network and way cheaper.

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Rich

Does that link to wifi hotspots too Rich?

(I'm assuming that wifi hotspot = significantly faster )

mik said...

Does that link to wifi hotspots too Rich?

(I'm assuming that wifi hotspot = significantly faster )

i don't think so, used to have that service with Vodafone though and in my honest experience, it was a good idea that didn't really work - I'd rather rely on a good 3G service.

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Rich

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I use payg 3 sim, 3 gb that lasts 90 days for a tennerish

C:GB:3160" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">here

Hmm, was free postage when i got mine...

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mik said...

Don't need much usage (500MB-1GB per month will be fine).

O2 £10.21 p/m for 1GB + unlimited wifi at O2 Wifi or BT Openzone hotspots sounds like a fair deal?

Better out there? (Vodafone looks cheaper but doesn't offer the automated switch to available wifi hotspots).

Giffgaff is £7.50 for a Gig a month.

This O2 sounds ok for my missus if The BT Openzone connects automatically? My wife is a bit of a techno mong and has been unable to use her phone as a 3g tether for her laptop, hence the 3g ipad Xmas gift for her.


Updated December 26, 2012 at 11:20 AM

unzippy said...

I use payg 3 sim, 3 gb that lasts 90 days for a tennerish

C:GB:3160" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">here

Hmm, was free postage when i got mine...

That link wonkifies for me :? .

Like this one Zips?

mik said...

Don't need much usage (500MB-1GB per month will be fine).

O2 £10.21 p/m for 1GB + unlimited wifi at O2 Wifi or BT Openzone hotspots sounds like a fair deal?

Better out there? (Vodafone looks cheaper but doesn't offer the automated switch to available wifi hotspots).

What ISP you with? I get this via sky to the cloud.

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T-Mobile PAYG phone sim.

Top it up with £10 credit, and it will give you 1GB per month for a year, for FREEEE

3 is £15 a month for 10Gb......you'll use more than 1Gb surely just browsing?

1 month contract

Updated December 26, 2012 at 2:00 PM

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Cheers,
Mike

I got rid of my fixed line broadband as it was slow (live too far from exchange). If / when we get FTTC I might go back, but for now I have a 1 month contract plan with Three. It's their 'The One Plan' which for £25 a month gives unlimited data (and is about twice the speed I got from BT)

I also got myself one of these:

I have my iPhone plugged in to the router when at home, and that tethers with it, and everything on the LAN routes out via the Edimax 6218n/iPhone. Obviously this set up won't be any good if you need internet at home when you have taken the phone out with you, but for me this set-up works fine.

Updated December 26, 2012 at 2:32 PM

N said...

T-Mobile PAYG phone sim.

Top it up with £10 credit, and it will give you 1GB per month for a year, for FREEEE

How does one acquire this Nathan?

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