T-mobile Mobile Broadband USB Stick 150 with 12 months Unlimited Internet Browsing (max 2GB / month), £63.95 delivered!!! RRP £149.99 + 8% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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T-mobile Mobile Broadband USB Stick 150 with 12 months Unlimited Internet Browsing (max 2GB / month), £63.95 delivered!!! RRP £149.99 + 8% Quidco

£63.95 @ Woolworths
With the Mobile Broadband USB Stick 150 you can Email, poke, shop, post, and blog to your heart's content Plug in and go for 12 months unlimited access. This compact USB modem gives you quick and easy… Read More
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With the Mobile Broadband USB Stick 150 you can Email, poke, shop, post, and blog to your heart's content Plug in and go for 12 months unlimited access. This compact USB modem gives you quick and easy internet access. Surf your favourite websites at fast speeds of up to 3.6Mbps*. Simple plug and play technology - no need to install any software. Keep all your files and photos with you by adding your own Micro SD card (up to 4GB) and using your modem as a memory stick. The Mobile Broadband USB Stick 150 works with both Windows and Mac software.

TO GET DISCOUNTED PRICE ENTER DISCOUNT CODE XX959 FOR 20% DISCOUNT
NORMAL PRICE £74 20% OFF= £60 + £3.95 Delivery= £63.95 + 8%quidco = £55.20!!! no other payg broadband deal comes even close to this deal.

UNLIMITED INTERENET FOR 12 MONTHS IS FOR BROWSING THE WEB ONLY FOR DOWNLOADS THERE IS A FAIR USAGE POLICY OF 2GB PER MONTH.
STILL CHEAPER THAN THREE WHO CHARGE 12MONTHS 12GB FOR £80

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#1
unlimited = 2gb??? what a crock of.......
#2
andiejn
unlimited = 2gb??? what a crock of.......


+1
#3
Heat added. You cant go wrong for mobile broadband at that price for 12 months. Its a bargain!!!
#4
I hit their fair useage policy, got a message telling me that I could carry on using it, but couldn't stream films (too slow in my area anyway) between 6am and midnight, or something like that. Anyway, I'm over the 2GB and using it to type this now! Hot
#5
andiejn
unlimited = 2gb??? what a crock of.......


this means if your downloading movies and music there is a fair usage of 2gb and browsing is free unlike other mobile broadband providers browsing is charged which makes your limit run out much quicker. its a bit confusing at first, if your a payg mobile broadband user you will understand why its such a good deal.
#6
steviet
I hit their fair useage policy, got a message telling me that I could carry on using it, but couldn't stream films (too slow in my area anyway) between 6am and midnight, or something like that. Anyway, I'm over the 2GB and using it to type this now! Hot

They told me that also which makes this a very good deal. :thumbsup:
#7
This is a very good offer.

I occassionally need BB access when at the odd customers site, to test remote connections.
Also allows me to access the internet at my dad's :)

hot deat
#8
Almost ordered until I remembered that AD is part of Littlewoods. The group that likes to say NO to vouchers, but only when it is too late to get a refund.
#9
Would streaming football matches etc come under web browsing?
#10
Should really open my payg version of this and see what signal is like as friend is using o2 and the signal is non existent after a certain time.
#11
good find and tempted....but would i be able to use this on more than one laptop? or would it be limited to the one that sets it up in the 1st place?
#12
That's a good deal and I like the T-Mobile software very much.

Shall have some of that I think.
#13
Even better value using Top Cashback as if you're one of those getting the extra 10%
1 Like #14
Wise to look at this before you buy
http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/services/uk/broadband-check/
#15
daz1969
Wise to look at this before you buy
http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/services/uk/broadband-check/


:thumbsup:

But They can lie though o2 did :lol
banned#16
How would they differentiate between downloading files, and general internet usage?
It's all just data being pulled down to you at the end of the day surely?
#17
great deal, would love to have this just for work, but whats the return policy if bad signal ect? Work postcode says good signal but i know how dodgy they can be!
#18
^^^
If you're buying it specifically to use in one place then it's a risk. Could you borrow someone else's to try?

You could use a T-Mobile phone to check, but that probably wouldn't show whattype of signal was avilable. If it's only GPRS then I'd not bother.

Distance selling regs allow you to send it back within 7 days as long as it's in perfect condition. You are of course allowed to open the box.
#19
daz1969
Wise to look at this before you buy
http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/services/uk/broadband-check/


Wow...no coverage in southampton? well my part anyway, so much for a major city... next deal please.....
#20
i used t-mobile phone at work, get 3G in certain points and GPRS in others, checked with three mobile BB at work at that worked OKish, enough to browse anyhow, thats all need tbh
#21
I tried a bunch of Post Codes and it says it's not available at this time
#22
i would rather buy the dongle for £10 and get an iphone pay as you go sim off ebay for £30 with £10 credit and UNLIMITED internet (no fair usage ####!).i am using my iphone sim with my unlocked tmobile web n walk stick + router (around £30 online)
#23
malnuman;7476656
good find and tempted....but would i be able to use this on more than one laptop? or would it be limited to the one that sets it up in the 1st place?

Put it in my desktop and activated it, then slid it in my laptop and it works a treat.
#24
Villa
How would they differentiate between downloading files, and general internet usage?
It's all just data being pulled down to you at the end of the day surely?


Downloading and general internet usage are the same. Every time you visit a website, data is downloaded and then your internet browser displays that data as the webpage. So everytime you're using anything that involves internet activity, you're downloading.
banned#25
Smithers37
Downloading and general internet usage are the same. Every time you visit a website, data is downloaded and then your internet browser displays that data as the webpage. So everytime you're using anything that involves internet activity, you're downloading.

Indeed.
So how then do they differentiate between these two things in order to try and enforce their 'fair usage' policy regarding unlimited general internet usage and 2gb of downloading a month?
#26
Villa
Indeed. So how then do they differentiate between these two things in order to try and enforce their 'fair usage' policy regarding unlimited general internet usage and 2gb of downloading a month?

Not all internet traffic is the same so they can inspect the types of data and probably also the bandwidth and restrict as appropriate. Although if they are automatically restricting your bandwidth due to being over allowance you wouldn’t be able to stream video anyway if the bandwidth restriction was set low enough.
#27
Strange I used 2 postcodes both with excellent O2 and 3 coverage and said there is zero coverage despite one being just off the side street of a town centre and another is in one of the biggest housing estates in the area and a major student area.
#28
Unlimited, with a 2GB cap is NOT unlimited. This is 2010, 2GB lasts a max of a few days.

Im with T-mobile and like them but their description of unlimited quite frankly takes the pi$$.

If any company advertises "unlimited" then they should be unlimited as in no limits!!!!!
#29
Will i be able to use this deal for free internet on my phone and not use the usb dongle :?
#30
This is windows and mac compatible, but could i plug this into my 360? im guessing no.
#31
oliverbritt
i would rather buy the dongle for £10 and get an iphone pay as you go sim off ebay for £30 with £10 credit and UNLIMITED internet (no fair usage ####!).i am using my iphone sim with my unlocked tmobile web n walk stick + router (around £30 online)


Good luck! O2 have really cracked down on this lately, checking imei's & if it's not used in an iphone they send out a warning, then next month cut you off.
These sims were only a few quid a few months ago, not sure why the prices have gone up?
#32
vivafathom
This is windows and mac compatible, but could i plug this into my 360? im guessing no.


Not directly, but in conjunction with a router that supports a 3G USB modem, then yes!

This netgear router, for example
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/175814
(No idea if it works with this particular USB model, you will have to check.

Or, if you have a PC too, you could plug the modem into that, and then plug the 360 into the PC via Ethernet or wireless, and then share the connection.
#33
not bad deal!
#34
spraint
Almost ordered until I remembered that AD is part of Littlewoods. The group that likes to say NO to vouchers, but only when it is too late to get a refund.

I think thats not the case anymore ive been using vouchers for about 5 years touchwood never had a problem.
raefil
Would streaming football matches etc come under web browsing?

Im pretty sure it wouldnt as live streaming is downloading much more than simply browsing the net
malnuman
good find and tempted....but would i be able to use this on more than one laptop? or would it be limited to the one that sets it up in the 1st place?

Yes just simply plug it in should work straight away, you can also share your connection like wifi but you will need to buy a router or a share dock.
nafanny29
Unlimited, with a 2GB cap is NOT unlimited. This is 2010, 2GB lasts a max of a few days.

Im with T-mobile and like them but their description of unlimited quite frankly takes the pi$$.

If any company advertises "unlimited" then they should be unlimited as in no limits!!!!!


You have point but if you compare this to other payg mobile broadbands this is the by far best value for money, only other provider that I know of which provides a 12 month deal is Three and they charge £80 for 12gb which lasts 12months which is a big difference in terms of value for money.
#35
Help someone!!!! hopeless with this kind of thing...
I would like this for my kids to be able to take there laptop out the house and use. It would only be for browsing the internet, is this what i need for them to do that. Also when i clicked on the coverage link it said no coverage yet i'm in scotland anyone know if it would work.

Please:oops:
#36
Yes this is what you need, the dongle supplied plugs into one of the standard USB port that all modern computers (including laptops, netbooks and so on) have.

The dongle essentially allows the computer access to mobile phone cells (transmitter and receiver aerial masts) that mobile phones use to make calls. The access to these cells allows the computer with the dongle to access the internet, so as long as there is an appropriate cell nearby, a computer with one of these dongles fitted can access the internet, even if you're standing in the middle of a field!

The only catch is that the phone companies operate different cells so even though you might be standing next to an O2 sell, if your using a T-mobile dongle, you might not be able to get onto the internet, just like with mobile phones. That's why others on here are recommending to check coverage in your area.

Hope this helps. :)
#37
:thumbsup:
#38
mumbojumbo
Not true. Your data usage is made up of all traffic, including both upload and download and that includes browsing.


Im just saying what the T-Mobile guy told me when I ordered, he said they have some sort of system which allows them to view the traffic and differentiate them from downloading and browsing.:?
#39
Villa
Indeed.
So how then do they differentiate between these two things in order to try and enforce their 'fair usage' policy regarding unlimited general internet usage and 2gb of downloading a month?


The simplest way would be by port. For example 80/8080 would be used for browsing.

You could find a P2P app that uses port 80/8080, but they may also impliment statefull inspection of the connections. Which would allow them to differentiate between browsing and downloading. For example a TCP/80 connection which remains open for an hour and continuously pulls large amounts of data is unlikely to be general browsing.

Your firewall/router at home very likely has options to block/allow traffic based on similar parameters. The only difference is, in this case they would meter those connections seperately, not just block them.

Data, is most definately not just data. The only way to make your traffic opaque to the network would be to encrypt it, but obviously the other end then needs to decrypt it. Essentially you'd need to setup a VPN. Which ofcourse would be inefficient and somewhat pointless to simply download crap on the move, since it implies you have a wired connection somewhere to VPN to :roll:
#40
This deal is so hot it's practically on fire.

at £75 it would have been a bargain even if they don't honor the discounts. it works out that you're paying 6.25 per month over the term of a year + T-mobile are the most lenient out of all the networks for data usage, most of the others would either cut you off (payg) or charge a lot per MB if you went over the limit.

So at £63.15 before quidco meaning that's only £5.26 a month your paying for 2GB of mobile data to use on a laptop.etc

That's not even factoring in the worth of the dongle (probably about £10 thesedays)

Given the current costs of mobile data it's one hell of a bargain

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