T-Mobile 6monthweb booster now £40 for six months, bit of a heads up really, as I had no idea till just now (had been using it for years when it was £20) - HotUKDeals
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T-Mobile 6monthweb booster now £40.00 for six months, bit of a heads up really, as I had no idea till just now (had been using it for years when it was £20)

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They slipped that one in quietly. Ended on the 14th October. Effectively the end of an era. What's the new best option for low data usage in devices ? Also a 100℅ increase doesn't seem right,… Read More
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6m, 3w agoPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
They slipped that one in quietly.

Ended on the 14th October.

Effectively the end of an era. What's the new best option for low data usage in devices ?

Also a 100℅ increase doesn't seem right, especially with no warning from what I can see, does it ?
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6m, 3w agoPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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Don't mean to get all FP but......
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Three pre pat do 12gb for around £23 on ebay
#3
life mobile 1.5gb a month for 5.95 through uswitch? still ee 3g and cheap for low use ?
#4
Can't believe you're still using those SIMs.

The speeds are throttled so much now, and I would consider them almost unusable if you want to do anything other than browse the web and email.

IIRC, the monthly fair use is 500MB and if you go over that you'll have no chance in trying to stream a video or music.

Edited By: preecey on Oct 29, 2016 11:54
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preecey
Can't believe you're still using those SIMs.
The speeds are throttled so much now, and I would consider them almost unusable if you want to do anything other than browse the web and email.
IIRC, the monthly fair use is 500MB and if you go over that you'll have no chance in trying to stream a video or music.


If it is the T-Mobile deal in my OP that you are referring to it is 1gb a month, and was always pretty good speeds for 3g, certainly usable.


Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Oct 29, 2016 12:54

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