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O2 Mobile Broadband USB Modem E160/MF100 Black or Pink £9.99 delivered (+Quidco possible)

£9.99 @ O2
Usually £20, but half price at the moment. Sorry if a repost. £5 quidco possible if you top up with £15 in first 30 days. Read More
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Usually £20, but half price at the moment.

Sorry if a repost.

£5 quidco possible if you top up with £15 in first 30 days.
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#1
i think only pink is e160
#2
spag
i think only pink is e160


whats the differnce between the models?
#3
Beware These Are Sslowwwww ! Brought One On Tuesday And Its Like Going Back To The Dial Up Days ( Even With Full Signal) Dont Do A Contract
#4
t-mobile are doing one for £8.99 with £10 top up plus 30 days internet browsing FREE

30 days FREE unlimited internet browsing
Buy your first day of Mobile Broadband for just £2, and get the next 30 days absolutely free. At the end of the 30 days, just top up again and only pay for the days you surf. Just choose one of our three simple pay options.
http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/mobile-broadband/mbbpayperday/?WT.mc_id=ON_QM_A_Q
#5
tronic
t-mobile are doing one for £8.99 with £10 top up plus 30 days internet browsing FREE

30 days FREE unlimited internet browsing
Buy your first day of Mobile Broadband for just £2, and get the next 30 days absolutely free. At the end of the 30 days, just top up again and only pay for the days you surf. Just choose one of our three simple pay options.
http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/mobile-broadband/mbbpayperday/?WT.mc_id=ON_QM_A_Q


its £8.99 + £10, not with, so £18.99 in total.

And the FREE 30 day browsing is capped at 2gb....

Still not bad though....
#6
surahman
its £8.99 + £10, not with, so £18.99 in total.

And the FREE 30 day browsing is capped at 2gb....

Still not bad though....


it still works out a good deal as you have to top up £15 on the 02 one so £24.99 befor you get to use it, if ive got it right, it is £8.99 for the t-mobie one then just £2.00 to use it for the 30 days for free. but at the end of the day same only work in same areas so any dongle is only good for the area they will work in, i can only use 3g and 02 in my area so i would buy the 02 one that you have posted as it is the best one to work where i live thanks for the find
#7
huggie
Beware These Are Sslowwwww ! Brought One On Tuesday And Its Like Going Back To The Dial Up Days ( Even With Full Signal) Dont Do A Contract


I got one too this week and I agree, it's so slow I think I'm going to try and get my money back on the o2 30 day happy warranty.

The Wi'Fi BT thing is a con too, whilst I can connect I can't get past the BT pay-up pages!
#8
its O2 rubbish:whistling:
#9
berisford;8426086
I got one too this week and I agree, it's so slow I think I'm going to try and get my money back on the o2 30 day happy warranty.

The Wi'Fi BT thing is a con too, whilst I can connect I can't get past the BT pay-up pages!





BT pay-up pages ???

what's the con, does o2 also charge extra to access the web from their wifi spots ?
#10
Stensgaard)Fan
BT pay-up pages ???

what's the con, does o2 also charge extra to access the web from their wifi spots ?


No, but that's not how it is working for me. I'm finding that despite getting the O2?BT authentication signal correct, all I'm allowed to get on my screen are the BT pages that advertise or want money to access

In fact, as I type now a O2 Connection Manager bubble has appeared advising me to swap to the WiFi service that is 'available now'. It may be 'available now' but I can't get to it.
#11
Does anyone know where to buy wholesale modems?

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