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Been visiting for a while and not posted but came across this and thought it was perfect for people who just need a small mobile allowance for an afternoon or day.

You can top up for:-

£2 for a days access or 500MB limit
£7.50 for 7 days access or 1GB limit
£15 for a months access or 3GB limit

Then theres also the possibility of Quidco - PAYG gives £3.50 and Mobile Broadband gives £40 - so Id assume it would be the former.

Its definitely available online but may also be available in store.

http://shop.o2.co.uk/promo/o2mobilebroadband/tab/Pay_and_Go?cm_mmc_o=Kbl5kzYCjC4B_bkw%20PPCjCiCjCVyw5zY%204B_bkw%20__
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#1
Direct Link

Site appears to be down at the minute but it was up before I started preparing this.

Edit - News here on it from the Guardian.
#2
Actually only £29.35 since the VAT reductions.

Watch out : that purchase price only applies to 26/12, when it then goes up to £48.92.

And the '1 day for £2' is what you want - ie 24hrs, not 'a day'.

50-day hardware moneyback guarantee too if bought by end of Jan 09

http://broadband.o2.co.uk/mobile/payandgo.jsp

Have been contemplating this, one aspect I haven't worked out yet : you have to pay online - so if you need TO PAY to get online how is that achieved? I'm sure they've considered that, but I haven't read the how to yet.
#3
Cold, very cold. O2 have the worst HSDPA coverage of all the networks, it's miles behind!

Take a look at the coverage map: http://www.webmap.o2.co.uk/map.asp
#4
is the 'free' wifi only during the paid period
#5
satchef1
Cold, very cold. O2 have the worst HSDPA coverage of all the networks, it's miles behind!

Take a look at the coverage map: http://www.webmap.o2.co.uk/map.asp


3 - http://www.three.co.uk/personal/products_services_/mobile_broadband_/rollout_map.omp

and

Vodafone - http://maps.vodafone.co.uk/coverageviewer/web/default.aspx

Dont appear to be doing much better if their maps are anything to go by.

Whilst the other providers dont appear to offer a coverage map of the UK to compare to so its a bit hard to say. But reviews I have read havent listed any coverage issues.
#6
are this unlocked?

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