Vodafone Pay & Go Mobile Broadband £39.99 PRICE DROP !! £10 off - HotUKDeals
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Just in town today and saw these and had to get one !!
£39.99 gets you a modem + your first 1GB of usage - after that its £15 per 1GB
What is best - get this- unlike everyone else who puts a time limit of the use (i.e. use it within month) you can take as long as you want to eat through the 1GB.
By my reckoning 1GB @ £15 will last me around 6 weeks !!! Thats cheap
Vodafone are also reported as the best speeds for mobile broadband.
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#2
Read it ? - I don't get your point? this is a better deal than anything mentioned there ?

+ my mate got a 3 one and he couldn't get coverage

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#3
'my mate couldn't get coverage' is hardly assurance that you won't, or indeed that you'll get better or worse coverage on another network.

The better value there is the fact that you reckon you'll need to top up by £15 every six weeks for only 1GB of data - the 3 deal is less than a third of that cost every four weeks (so half the cost when compared like for like on a six week basis), and without the initial outlay.
#4
Fair comment on my mates '3' coverage but '3's coverage is generally quite poor.

The 3 deal is an 18 month contract - the Vodafone deal is Pay & Go - you can leave at anytime you want.
By the time even 6 months is up on the '3' contract the Pay & Go price / allowance will be so much better, you will be paying well over the odds for the '3' deal a third of the way into the contract !!

The whole concept of contracts is that you pay for services that you will not fully utilise. Or you start at a good rate on a lengthy term and the value depreciates rapidly !!

At least with this Vodafone deal you are paying for what you use and you never lose it - they are the only mobile phone company that currently offers this.

If you read the 3 small print - your allowance is for 30 days and doesn't roll over.

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#5
I agree with you big red i am voting hot
#6
BigRedGeoff
By the time even 6 months is up on the '3' contract the Pay & Go price / allowance will be so much better, you will be paying well over the odds for the '3' deal a third of the way into the contract !!


If the 3 deal was full priced, instead of a half price deal glitch, then yes, I'd agree with you entirely. Since this deal is half price (and it's not meant to be remember), I would dispute your point. In six months time, the mobile broadband tariffs will NOT be half their current retail price for non-3 customers,

BigRedGeoff

The whole concept of contracts is that you pay for services that you will not fully utilise. Or you start at a good rate on a lengthy term and the value depreciates rapidly !!

At least with this Vodafone deal you are paying for what you use and you never lose it - they are the only mobile phone company that currently offers this.

If you read the 3 small print - your allowance is for 30 days and doesn't roll over.



I know I'm likely to use my allowance so I'm not too concerned by this. As always (in life and on hukd) everyone will be looking for something different, so each to their own, and I still maintain that the 3 deal is better value.
#7
this is better for me as someone who would rarely use it, so would save money on a 1gb top up compared to the 3 deal :)

hot
#8
Now been dropped by £10 !! now best deal by far! Cheaper than O2 & 3 !! No expiry on data
#9
Bottom line: with 3's contract, you are signing into a deal which obliges you to pay TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY POUNDS (£270-00) over 18 months - no matter what happens in the world of mobile broadband!

With this, you get a gigabyte of data which never expires and the modem (dongle) for £29 after Quidco and you can walk away from it at any time.

Incidentally, a gigabyte is a surprisingly large amount as long as you don't view video or download music - those activities are best left until you can connect to a landline if you have one. :thumbsup: Voted hot.
#10
Is anyone able to give me a link explaining how I can install it on Ubuntu? (**Linux n00b aleert**)

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