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Download allowance for T-mobile 12 month pre-pay mobile broadband

Agharta Avatar
6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
You can buy T-mobile mobile broadband packages from retailers other than T-mobile which come with 12 months of connection.
Does anyone know what the monthly allowance is?
T-mobile no longer seems to offer this 12 month pre-pay and when I phoned them they didn’t know the answer.
Agharta Avatar
6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
mumbojumbo
I lie. That's the mobile phone internet booster.

I realised that. ;)
I think it's either 2 or 3GB.
#2
mumbojumbo
Yeah. I seem to remember it was 2GB per month fair usage when they stated "unlimited" internet. :pEdit:Here are the details:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/t-mobile-mobile-broadband-usb-stick/578255

Thanks for that. I did a search but thought it was Very so it didn’t come up.
I thought it was 2GB but T-mobile seems to have a lot of different rates so couldn’t be sure.
T-mobile are offering me 3GB for £10 month on a rolling 30 day contract plus £8 for the dongle so getting the 12 month deal for about £70 seems a better deal.
#3
The fair usage policy only limits dls between 4pm and 12pm but you can still use the net for websites other than that its unlimited the rest of the time.
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fridgehead
The fair usage policy only limits dls between 4pm and 12pm but you can still use the net for websites other than that its unlimited the rest of the time.

Be warned that they also disable you from accessing email using POP3 clients such as Outlook and they disable all flash on web pages even if it’s not video.
When I couldn’t access my mail with Outlook I then tried accessing it via my hosting company’s webmail and couldn’t access that either I presume because the page uses flash; so zero email access for me.

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