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O2 Mobile Broadband Pay as You Go USB Modem E160 -- £29.35, possibly £3.50 Quidco

£29.35 @ O2
* PC & Mac compatible * 50 day happiness guarantee * Plug & Play installation * Connection speeds up to 3.6Mbps Free Next Day delivery at the moment too! Pay for usage as you go. …
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
* PC & Mac compatible
* 50 day happiness guarantee
* Plug & Play installation
* Connection speeds up to 3.6Mbps

Free Next Day delivery at the moment too!

Pay for usage as you go. You can buy mobile broadband access on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
Mobile Broadband Daily
(available for 24 hours)
- For £2 for 500MB + Unlimited Wi-Fi

Mobile Broadband Weekly
(available for 7 days)
- For £7.50 for 1GB + Unlimited Wi-Fi

Mobile Broadband Monthly
(available for 30 days)
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#1
on quidco you get 40 ponds for mobile broadband does this count for pay as you go cause it means youd get the device fore free + 12 quid
#2
jamespir
on quidco you get 40 ponds for mobile broadband does this count for pay as you go cause it means youd get the device fore free + 12 quid


I'm not sure, i bought one and it's yet to track on Quidco. Will report back!
banned#3
how much does one month cost? I like the idea that it truely is PAYG rather than all the other PAYG options on the market at the moment that only offer 1 month subscriptions when you buy the data allowance
#4
Roger_sanchez
how much does one month cost? I like the idea that it truely is PAYG rather than all the other PAYG options on the market at the moment that only offer 1 month subscriptions when you buy the data allowance


Dunno about O2 but T-Mobile USB PAYG is:

£2 gets you connected for a day
£10 gets you connected for 7 days
£20 gets you connected for 30 days

o2 are probably competitive. I have a T-Mobile mast very close so it makes a good backup connection for when the wired one goes on the blink. Just pay £2 and stay connected at 4Mb.
#5
can these mobile broadband sticks be used on a normal pc ? just my son who lives with his dad has a pc but not on internet ???
#6
If you are going to use mobile broadband for occasional use vodafone is the best as your credit doesnot expire !
#7
ok thanks brad but do u no if these can be used on a normal desktop pc instead of laptops ?
#8
janey70
ok thanks brad but do u no if these can be used on a normal desktop pc instead of laptops ?


yes they can be used on desktop and laptop computers
#9
I don't know why this is being voted cold, it's cheaper than fleabay.

Anyone know if you can get these unlocked?
#10
Brad
If you are going to use mobile broadband for occasional use vodafone is the best as your credit doesnot expire !


Although at £15 for 1GB transferred I think Vodafone are expensive.
#11
Anyone Sellin One Of These? Without The Sim
#12
I bought one of these just after Christmas for £29.35. Yesterday Quidco went to received for £55 made up of £40 for mobile broadband and they were offering £15 for payg at that time. I have topped it up once with £2 to make sure it was activated. Not a bad deal methinks.
#13
My quidco has tracked at £40 + £14 for it being PAYG.

I seriously cant see why this is being voted cold - given that you actually get cash back and the product for free, whats not to like!!
#14
RCUK
My quidco has tracked at £40 + £14 for it being PAYG.

I seriously cant see why this is being voted cold - given that you actually get cash back and the product for free, whats not to like!!



Agreed, think this is a good deal. Same for me with Quidco too. How can this be cold if you are getting a free dongle and making money on the deal?
#15
Mines tracked at £54.58 and I've just topped up with £15. Happy days.
#16
Liverpool_Bear
Mines tracked at £54.58 and I've just topped up with £15. Happy days.


mine too but has anyone had this validated yet?
#17
jayjay266
mine too but has anyone had this validated yet?


One person has, they posted the more recent deal of this.
#18
oh. where is the post? sorry i cant find it
#19
jayjay266
oh. where is the post? sorry i cant find it


http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=349877
#20
Has anyone received cashback yet?

I have opened an earnings submission but for some reason that validates automatically at £25.42.
banned#21
I'm trying to get my Huawei E160 dongle working ... I 'think' I need the drivers? Are they on the stick? I can't find them anywhere online! Basically I have installed the 'Mobile Connect' dashboard, as suggested here, onto the stick. When I open Mobile Partner I have no signal or connection. I have made a new profile with the following settings too:

Settings
Profile name: ERU O2 3g
APN: payandgo.o2.co.uk
Phone number: *99#
Account name: Vertigo
password: password

Authentication: CHAP
~The settings for the iphone sim card are *99# as phone number and payandgo.o2.co.uk in APN.

So my current theory is that the stick is installing as just a 'usb memory' stick and not as a 3g dongle. How do I get it to install the drivers and thus as a 3g dongle? I have both the original SIM and an iPhone SIM (that needs crediting) from eBay.

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