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USB Pre-Pay Broadband Modem Dongle On 3 (White) NOW £37.99 with voucher Delivered @ Play.com

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EDIT: Until 25th May, you can get this for £37.99 using a £2.00 off voucher as "darklight" as pointed out the new voucher! Cheapest I've seen! Don't forget Quidco. The Internet is now mobile. Th…
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EDIT: Until 25th May, you can get this for £37.99 using a £2.00 off voucher as "darklight" as pointed out the new voucher!

Cheapest I've seen! Don't forget Quidco.

The Internet is now mobile. The 3 USB modem gives you truly mobile broadband that's easy to use and won't cost you an arm and a leg. It means freedom from wires and hotspots, and access to the Internet at breakneck speeds.
Once you've got your hands on your shiny new USB modem you can be up and running in just five minutes. And when you're in a Turbo Network area you'll get lightening web access speeds of up to 2.8Mbps. Which means you'll be able to download files at the same speed as you would at home, but without being chained to your computer. It's Internet access whenever and wherever you want.

To use your 3 USB modem you'll need a few things. Your computer or laptop needs a minimum of 50MB hard disk space, 1 free USB port, a Windows 2000, XP, Vista or and Mac OSX operating system. Installation is quick and easy. And the great user-friendly Modem Manager interface not only manages your connection, it displays all the messages you receive on your mobile broadband number. You can even reply to your text messages while logged in.


Dimensions: 14.5 x 89.4 x 42.6 mm
Weight: 50g
Maximum download speed: 3600 kbps
Maximum upload speed: 384 kbps
Network interface: USB
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#1
Woo £5 less than earlier in the week.

Thanks, Hot Stuff!!
#2
[COLOR=blue]Thought this review comment might help[/COLOR]

[COLOR=blue]You can only access the 3 website at first where you must top up some credit and then purchase one of their mobile broadband monthy options (1gb £10, 3gb £15, 7gb £25). Registering a credit card can take up to a week, so if you want to start surfing immediatly you''re best to buy a top up voucher in advance and credit your account that way.[/COLOR]
banned#3
might buy as a backup
#4
USB dongles. huawei E220 ... and all others !! the SOFTWARE that comes with the 3 UNIT 's .. is massively FAULTY .. (and they KNOW THIS.)

i.a. : Tells you you have used e.g. 500 MB on your COMPUTER .. even if this is the ONLY computer you use the software on !!

[SIZE=3][COLOR=black]They bill you 1 GIG ...
[/COLOR][/SIZE]
In other words YOU HAVE NO control on your computer .. Just on their INTERNET site ...??

Look at this as the mileage counter in your CAR ...
IF you want the TRUE mileage .. you write/Contact .. AUDI, VW, RENAULT, MERCEDES, TOYOTA .. etc.. on their INTERNET site .. to find out the current MILEAGE of your CAR!! ... in YOUR GARAGE/DRIVE http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/185754/usb-pre-pay-broadband-modem-dongle-/../../179816/3-mobile-broandband-payg-only-49-99/images/smilies/w00t.gif


This is Veeeryyy ....ODD .. and is currently already investigated..by OFCOM.

STAY AWAY ..!... if you don't have a few £100 to waste!!

OK .. PREPAY might limit YOUR LOSS

. but you will have a totally UNPREDICTABLE credit account .. and might
NOT get anywhere NEAR YOUR monies worth ??
#5
that is strange as I have one and the software that installs on your computer tells you what you are upping and downing, and if you want more detailed info you can find free software on the net.

I have one on contract with a 1gb cap and have never gone over. tis great as a backup or when out of the house.
#6
Damned annoying that my laptop has a mobile modem built in and a sim slot but there's no software from 3 to use it. I'm stuck with t-mobile and a contract if I want to.
#7
heh you'd think someone calling themselves Einstein would make a bit more of an effort with their posts :)
1 Like #8
davelfc
Damned annoying that my laptop has a mobile modem built in and a sim slot but there's no software from 3 to use it. I'm stuck with t-mobile and a contract if I want to.


have you tried downloading ''mobile partner'' to use with the embedded modem ( i'm assuming its a stripped-down huawei e220 builtin modem) , better still find out who makes the embedded modem ''hardware tab'' under system properties & then obtain the firmware for it. generally speaking embedded modems are just stripped down versions of the USB ones.If you have no joy, them PM me with your laptop model & we'll take it from there. hope this helps
#9
2259
Woo £5 less than earlier in the week.

Thanks, Hot Stuff!!


[SIZE="4"].......and a further £2 off if you use discountcode NEWPLAY08 !![/SIZE]
banned#10
einstein
USB dongles. huawei E220 ... and all others !! the SOFTWARE that comes with the 3 UNIT 's .. is massively FAULTY .. (and they KNOW THIS.)

i.a. : Tells you you have used e.g. 500 MB on your COMPUTER .. even if this is the ONLY computer you use the software on !!

[SIZE=3][COLOR=black]They bill you 1 GIG ...
[/COLOR][/SIZE]
In other words YOU HAVE NO control on your computer .. Just on their INTERNET site ...??

Look at this as the mileage counter in your CAR ...
IF you want the TRUE mileage .. you write/Contact .. AUDI, VW, RENAULT, MERCEDES, TOYOTA .. etc.. on their INTERNET site .. to find out the current MILEAGE of your CAR!! ... in YOUR GARAGE/DRIVE http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/185754/usb-pre-pay-broadband-modem-dongle-/../../179816/3-mobile-broandband-payg-only-49-99/images/smilies/w00t.gif


This is Veeeryyy ....ODD .. and is currently already investigated..by OFCOM.

STAY AWAY ..!... if you don't have a few £100 to waste!!

OK .. PREPAY might limit YOUR LOSS

. but you will have a totally UNPREDICTABLE credit account .. and might
NOT get anywhere NEAR YOUR monies worth ??

Uh... what are you on?

Of course they bill you 1 Gig. You're buying a bundle for use that month.

You know, like when you buy a 500gram tub of yogurt, you eat half of it, and the other half goes mouldy at the end of the month so you bin it. You don't go whining to Sainsbury's cos you had to bin the half you didn't eat.
banned#11
Oh, and also as a side note, if you've got a 3 contract and will be using this for more than 3 months of the year, you'll be better off getting one of their free USB modems when you sign in to pay £5 a month for a year.
#12
the contracts are for 18 months
#13
so is this the pay as you go equivilent of mobile broadband internet?

thus if i got the dongle i can just top up a couple of times a year to use when i'm away from home?

are there other companies that do similar things (as PAYG)?

and whats the signal quality like in actual use? can you use this to browse the web on a laptop on the train for example? (presumably getting cut off in tunnels). as rather than pay £10 or upgrade to use wifi on the train, i could get the dongle and pay £10 instead, and i can also get access in the hotel. i don't go away enough to warrant a contract, as i have broadband at home and internet access on my iphone

rather than a dongle, a card that fits inside the pcmcia slot in the laptop would be nicer
#14
uni
so is this the pay as you go equivilent of mobile broadband internet?

thus if i got the dongle i can just top up a couple of times a year to use when i'm away from home?

are there other companies that do similar things (as PAYG)?

and whats the signal quality like in actual use? can you use this to browse the web on a laptop on the train for example? (presumably getting cut off in tunnels). as rather than pay £10 or upgrade to use wifi on the train, i could get the dongle and pay £10 instead, and i can also get access in the hotel. i don't go away enough to warrant a contract, as i have broadband at home and internet access on my iphone

rather than a dongle, a card that fits inside the pcmcia slot in the laptop would be nicer


Just plug it into your mobile, buy a £10 top up voucher and you get 1gb that expires after 30 days, signal/connection is great. I also thought about about a contract but this way avoids any nasty bills and you're not tied in for 18 months.

great little device
#15
darklight
[SIZE="4"].......and a further £2 off if you use discountcode NEWPLAY08 !![/SIZE]


Thanks mate. Just ordered one.
#16
Voted hot, but it's worth pointing out that the credit only lasts 30 days, so if you're going to use it every month you're better off going for a 12 month contract - the modem is free and you pay £15/month for 3GB; after 14 months it works out cheaper.
#17
Can I unlock it and use it with any other network, even outside the uk??
#18
They are very good when it's working (it's now my only way of accessing the net at home) - but I'd see if I could try one out before buying.

Things I have found on Pay-as-you-go.

False alerts. I topped up with 3GBs worth. Less than a week later the connection cut out. Sure enough with the online account I still had 1.4GB left. And then I received a text message saying I'd was running out and did I want to top up.

Took 3 three days and two email messages to sort it.

Connection speeds can be extremely variable - even depending on the time of day (weather?). At one point in my office I was getting 1.8Mb in the morning and 56Kb in the afternoon.

I've had a couple of days where's it's been impossible to properly connect. It dials OK, connects but no surfing and there's 80% packet loss on pings. This can be very frustrating and it would only take a status notice on their website to stop you wondering if it's or your computer's broke. After a couple of days - it was fine.

Bottom line - if depend on the connection being reliable this might not be the way to go. I've had one for 2 months and had approximately 8 days of downtime in total.

I'm persevering with it because even with the problems (which I reckon are mostly teething ones on 3's part) - it's still better than plunking down £120 to get BT to enable the landline.
#19
OneArmJack
Voted hot, but it's worth pointing out that the credit only lasts 30 days, so if you're going to use it every month you're better off going for a 12 month contract - the modem is free and you pay £15/month for 3GB; after 14 months it works out cheaper.


I wish I could order one on Pay-As-You-Go.

They f*cked up my orders and then destroyed my internal 3 credit rating. Finally, they wanted a £150 deposit for a £7.50 a month modem!!!
#20
greencat


I'm persevering with it because even with the problems (which I reckon are mostly teething ones on 3's part) - it's still better than plunking down £120 to get BT to enable the landline.


There is this offer which is running until 30th June:
http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumer/consumerProducts/pdf/UKInternationalprices.pdf

Installation with BT is effectively £30 if you sign up for 18 months.

O2 Mobile users (contract or pre-pay) can choose O2 mobile broadband at £7.50 a month, £12.50 a month If you are not an O2 mobile customer plus the BT line rental (Topup conditions apply for pre-pay).

The "Check my balance" on My3 is very slow to update compaired to say T-Mobile.

BTW
With the 3 pre-pay mobile broadband option, what happens if you reach your data limit but have an addon scheduled for the next month ?

Would it just stop ?
or would it try to use next months addon ?

Alan
#21
******, pre-ordered 1 this week for £42 now they are packing and 'say' they can't refund the difference!

Well spotted though dude, heated
#22
greencat
They are very good when it's working (it's now my only way of accessing the net at home) - but I'd see if I could try one out before buying.

Things I have found on Pay-as-you-go.

False alerts. I topped up with 3GBs worth. Less than a week later the connection cut out. Sure enough with the online account I still had 1.4GB left. And then I received a text message saying I'd was running out and did I want to top up.

Took 3 three days and two email messages to sort it.

Connection speeds can be extremely variable - even depending on the time of day (weather?). At one point in my office I was getting 1.8Mb in the morning and 56Kb in the afternoon.

I've had a couple of days where's it's been impossible to properly connect. It dials OK, connects but no surfing and there's 80% packet loss on pings. This can be very frustrating and it would only take a status notice on their website to stop you wondering if it's or your computer's broke. After a couple of days - it was fine.

Bottom line - if depend on the connection being reliable this might not be the way to go. I've had one for 2 months and had approximately 8 days of downtime in total.

I'm persevering with it because even with the problems (which I reckon are mostly teething ones on 3's part) - it's still better than plunking down £120 to get BT to enable the landline.


I use this as a backup, and 2 of my friends use it as well. The connection is reasonable most of the times, but in the evening especially it can be painfully slow and stop altogether.

Good as a backup but until they invest in the network it is definitely not a substitute for ADSL broadband!!
#23
alan_semple
There is this offer which is running until 30th June:
http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumer/consumerProducts/pdf/UKInternationalprices.pdf

Installation with BT is effectively £30 if you sign up for 18 months.

O2 Mobile users (contract or pre-pay) can choose O2 mobile broadband at £7.50 a month, £12.50 a month If you are not an O2 mobile customer plus the BT line rental (Topup conditions apply for pre-pay).

The "Check my balance" on My3 is very slow to update compaired to say T-Mobile.

BTW
With the 3 pre-pay mobile broadband option, what happens if you reach your data limit but have an addon scheduled for the next month ?

Would it just stop ?
or would it try to use next months addon ?

Alan


Thanks for the helpful suggestion, Alan - but I'm renting so there's no way I'm signing up to an 18 month contract with BT for anything.

Last place I was only there for six months. Originally planned to stay longer but missus got a new job elsewhere - BT connection tax works out very expensive if you move around a bit. Plus there's the line rental (I'm only interested in broadband) - so I think I'll be sticking with 3 for the time being.

As for your other question. Not sure. The way I interpreted it was that buying an add-on meant to started straight away regardless of whether you had one already. I wasn't going to risk attempting to stack them - and risk losing a top-up. Better to keep the money in your hands than theirs. It's easy enough to get a new add-on when the old one runs out.
#24
darklight
[SIZE="4"].......and a further £2 off if you use discountcode NEWPLAY08 !![/SIZE]


OMG:w00t:
This gets better.... for those who have not ordered yet.
As for me, well I've got £2 to save on something else :)

Better see if I can edit the original and add the voucher.

EDIT: Just did. Hope this is ok with the mods!
#25
It states that if you top up with £10 (1gb), if you use up the 1gb, you are then charged a whopping £1 per mb.

Can anyone throw ny light on this ...... sounds extortionate yo me
#26
For extremely light use, there are other options too:

I'm currently typing this reply connected to the internet using a 3 skype phone hooked up to my laptop's USB port. That allowed me to pay 50p for a day's internet access or £2.50 for a week. (probably subject to a hideous bandwidth cap, but I have an eye on a page telling me that Im using an internet add-on which will surely change if I go over)

Speaking as someone who only has need for mobile internet access for 2 or 3 days every 2 or 3 months, this makes me very happy.

Of course, it isnt as fast as one of these HSDPA dongles, but I downloaded the firefox installer onto my laptop averaging 20kb/s, which is fine for light use - and thats in an area with 2 bars reception.
suspended#27
spheric
For extremely light use, there are other options too:

I'm currently typing this reply connected to the internet using a 3 skype phone hooked up to my laptop's USB port. That allowed me to pay 50p for a day's internet access or £2.50 for a week. (probably subject to a hideous bandwidth cap, but I have an eye on a page telling me that Im using an internet add-on which will surely change if I go over)

Speaking as someone who only has need for mobile internet access for 2 or 3 days every 2 or 3 months, this makes me very happy.

Of course, it isnt as fast as one of these HSDPA dongles, but I downloaded the firefox installer onto my laptop averaging 20kb/s, which is fine for light use - and thats in an area with 2 bars reception.


Small problem with that though - it's against Three's PAYG terms and conditions - you're not supposed to use your phone as a modem unless you're using a Mobile Broadband SIM.

They can cut you off for it. :-( .

I'm tempted to snap up one of these modems at that price, nearly bought one from a 3store for £49.99 the other day ;-)
#28
I've done the same although strictly speaking I'm not sure it's allowed (I think there might be something in the t&cs about connecting a computer - although it's a bit daft since they provide the cable, software and installation instructions to do it).

But you're right - it is very reliable and a great price at £5/month. I have vaguely thought about going back to it in my worst moments with 3's mobile broadband...
#29
I'm currently using my skype phone with the £15 3GB broadband add-on to go online with my laptop. The Skypephone works quite well but would probably be nowhere near as fast as using the modem dongle. Also by topping up £10 or more a month gives me 30 days skype usage on the phone.
#30
vixygwim
You're forgetting that there will be no credit on the SIM so you won't have internet access and you won't be charged anything other than the tenner you've already spent.

Unless of course you leave credit on the SIM or topup by too much, then you're leaving yourself wide open to getting ripped off; who would do that when it's much safer to just topup by however much you need.


Are you saying that you can top up again, within the month for £10 and get another 1gb ?

I read it that once the 1gb was used, the remainder of the month would be @ £1 per mb
#31
it looks like the dongles are £49.99 from three, £12 more than play, but presumably you can go to a three store or dealer, buy the dongle and £10 topup and literally go online the same day, which is good to know if you need internet access in a hurry

i also noticed that t-mobile has a £4 web and walk package, which if you use it you are charged £4 a day (there are other packages/options available), which is ideal for those who only have to use it very infrequently (like myself). i wonder if the modems are all the same and work with different sims, so you could buy the cheapest dongle (such as the one from three) and use it with t-mobile or vodaphone. or at least i presume they have a sim inside
#32
greencat
I've done the same although strictly speaking I'm not sure it's allowed (I think there might be something in the t&cs about connecting a computer - although it's a bit daft since they provide the cable, software and installation instructions to do it).

But you're right - it is very reliable and a great price at £5/month. I have vaguely thought about going back to it in my worst moments with 3's mobile broadband...


Hey,
I could do with very ocassional mobile internet use (few times a month) just wondered if I could use the 3 skype phone on pay as you go to do this. Is it a seperate add on or just 50p deducted from balance per day? If 50p a day is deducted, I may invest in a second hand phone for this purpose!

Any help appreciated

Thanks
suspended#33
uni
it looks like the dongles are £49.99 from three, £12 more than play, but presumably you can go to a three store or dealer, buy the dongle and £10 topup and literally go online the same day, which is good to know if you need internet access in a hurry

i also noticed that t-mobile has a £4 web and walk package, which if you use it you are charged £4 a day (there are other packages/options available), which is ideal for those who only have to use it very infrequently (like myself). i wonder if the modems are all the same and work with different sims, so you could buy the cheapest dongle (such as the one from three) and use it with t-mobile or vodaphone. or at least i presume they have a sim inside


T-Mobile sell the EXACT SAME modem for £99.99 - the Huawei E220.

HOWEVER - both will be locked to T-Mobile and 3 respectively.

As far as I know, it can be unlocked for about £15 using an online service. Definitely an option though - buy the £38 modem from Play, unlock it, and stick a T-Mobile SIM in it.
#34
pete1014
Hey,
I could do with very ocassional mobile internet use (few times a month) just wondered if I could use the 3 skype phone on pay as you go to do this. Is it a seperate add on or just 50p deducted from balance per day? If 50p a day is deducted, I may invest in a second hand phone for this purpose!

Any help appreciated

Thanks


You can do it - but it is against the t&cs.

Basically all you need to do is buy an day's internet add-on for 50p. If you don't do this - you'll be charged per MB. The other thing to watch is that 3 have a possibly different idea to you of what a day is. It's a calendar day which finishes at 11pm in the evening of the day you buy the add-on (maybe they work on GMT rather than BST). In other words you can't buy it in the evening and expect it to still be working the next day.
#35
philthomas
Are you saying that you can top up again, within the month for £10 and get another 1gb ?

I read it that once the 1gb was used, the remainder of the month would be @ £1 per mb


You can do this - but you might as well start with the £15/3GB if you think you will go over. Basically if your top up runs out - you'll start eating into your other credit (if there is any left on the phone).

Personally I put £15 on the modem and then buy the £15/3GB add-on straight away. I never leave excess credit on so 3 have no chance of gobbling it up. Once it runs out I put another £15 and buy a new add-on.
#36
Kiltox
T-Mobile sell the EXACT SAME modem for £99.99 - the Huawei E220.

HOWEVER - both will be locked to T-Mobile and 3 respectively.

As far as I know, it can be unlocked for about £15 using an online service. Definitely an option though - buy the £38 modem from Play, unlock it, and stick a T-Mobile SIM in it.


a quick google easily finds the details to unlock yourself. download firmware, flash the drive, and then put the settings back on to work with your service provider. i couldn't find a modem cheaper though. maybe they will come down a bit in the next few weeks to compete with three
suspended#37
uni
a quick google easily finds the details to unlock yourself. download firmware, flash the drive, and then put the settings back on to work with your service provider. i couldn't find a modem cheaper though. maybe they will come down a bit in the next few weeks to compete with three


I doubt they're going to get much cheaper than 38 quid tbh - I think Three are trying to push their more expensive "stick" modem now (which has no advantage over this one)
#38
Kiltox
I doubt they're going to get much cheaper than 38 quid tbh - I think Three are trying to push their more expensive "stick" modem now (which has no advantage over this one)


most computer stuff comes down in price given time. it surely can't be long until something like that costs about £10 like usb wifi dongles. it's roughly the same kind of thing. mobile phones used to be expensive, but now you get PAYG phones for £20 at times. it's in the interest of the service providers to have them available cheaply as they won't make much profit on the hardware (as the manufacturer would), but can make good money providing the service. so lots of cheap dongles means lots of people trying mobile internet = $£$
#39
My current set up is with Ultra compact Orange Option iCon 225 dongle , picked mine up £19.99 on PAYU from O-store( Orange are loathe to advertise it's availability on PAYG... anyway they list it as PAYU)... anyway then bought a First generation-TurboSim (like the 3rd-Gen Alpha-sim for the iphone) from the local phoneunlock shop for £5 (can also be obtained from DealXtreme) and slid both my ''3'' SIM & TurboSim together into the Orange iCON Modem's slot... Voila! Option Modem now completeley unlocked to 3-network or any network for that matter. Total cost £25. The iCon Modem can be used with Globetrotter Connect Dashboard which is easily downloadable from the WWWEB. By the way the Generic Connect Dashboard will pull any APN settings automatically from the ether. No need to faff around entering connection settings for different sims/networks.
At the end of the day anyway the size/ aesthetics of the modem don't matter . Functionality is what you need so you don't really need to go for the £99 stick just for aesthetics .
I, however get around london on a pushbike for work. Space/weight in my rucksack is at a PREM...so UltraUltra small UMPC, Ultra thin (on a diet) Modem stick , Ultra-light work Clothes, Ultra light Instruments , Dry (powder) cup soup , thinnest poss chop sticks....You feel me???....OKOK sorry getting carried away!! By the way you can stretch your £10 3-network top up over 2 months ..this has already been covered in various threads!!
#40
darklight
My current set up is with Ultra compact Orange Option iCon 225 dongle , picked mine up £19.99 on PAYU from O-store( Orange are loathe to advertise it's availability on PAYG... anyway they list it as PAYU)... anyway then bought a First generation-TurboSim (like the 3rd-Gen Alpha-sim for the iphone) from the local phoneunlock shop for £5 (can also be obtained from DealXtreme) and slid both my ''3'' SIM & TurboSim together into the Orange iCON Modem's slot... Voila! Option Modem now completeley unlocked to 3-network or any network for that matter. Total cost £25. The iCon Modem can be used with Globetrotter Connect Dashboard which is easily downloadable from the WWWEB. By the way the Generic Connect Dashboard will pull any APN settings automatically from the ether. No need to faff around entering connection settings for different sims/networks.
At the end of the day anyway the size/ aesthetics of the modem don't matter . Functionality is what you need so you don't really need to go for the £99 stick just for aesthetics .
I, however get around london on a pushbike for work. Space/weight in my rucksack is at a PREM...so UltraUltra small UMPC, Ultra thin (on a diet) Modem stick , Ultra-light work Clothes, Ultra light Instruments , Dry (powder) cup soup , thinnest poss chop sticks....You feel me???....OKOK sorry getting carried away!! By the way you can stretch your £10 3-network top up over 2 months ..this has already been covered in various threads!!


this sounds what i want, but i'm a bit confused. what is o-store exactly? i can't find it by googling and i can't find the dongle as PAYG on the orange site (which has no search facility for the site itself). do you mean buy it instore at an orange shop? if so, what do you ask for? and if orange sell the dongle for PAYG then presumably they do a PAYG service for orange? in which case where are the price details etc for it?

and isn't there another option rather than use a turbo sim? ie. flash the drive (like ziphone) like you can with the three dongle?

i suppose if the dongle was unlocked i could use it with my o2 sim which has the web "unlimited" (ie 200mb a month) bolt on, although it's supposed to be for mobile phone access, and not for the iphone (as i use), just as long as i don't over use it

and do you have a link about stretching the top up? cheers

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