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mobile broadband - best deal?

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
curently looking for a deal for a mobile broadband dongle so i can surf the net at the girlfriends would need 1gb tops per month but possibly 3gb too.

bought a 3 pay monthly rolling contract one for £7.50 then £15 per month for 5gb but when i tried to register it i failed the credit check, not sure why as i currently have a contract with vodafone and o2 and have what i would consider as ok credit.

so what would everyone recommend? i have seen the unlimited t-mobile deals available on ebay are these any good?

also as i have the 3 dongle is there any way i can use this on a payg deal?

thanks in adavance :-)
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
me mate just got the TM monthly one for £15 per month (£10 first 3 month) and its canny!
#2
I bought a year long t-mobile deal off ebay and tgo be honest it is so slow. I have heard vodafone are faster. If you just want to check emails and very light surfing then should be okay for t-mobile. Unlimited is not unlimited capped at 3Gb per month.
#3
my wife uses the "rolling contract" 3gb deal from Orange £15 per month and you are only tied to 1 month. Pay for your dongle but if you use quidco you get £40 cash back

By the way their service / coverage is excelent!
#4
how would you use it if me mate wants to use "chat" using MSN? should 3gb a month me fine?
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how would you use it if me mate wants to use "chat" using MSN? should 3gb a month me fine?

3gb is more than enough for most users. The only people to get in trouble are yuotube users and iplayers etc.. video playing just eats it. Facebook is ok, msn only ues a very small amount of bandwidth if you only use text chat. Voip uses more of course.
Also a good feature of the orance software (orange anywhere) you can set it up to give you warnings when you are close to your limit...note this is only useful if you use the dongle on one pc/laptop

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