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Its back- half price broadband with 3 - EVEN FOR NEW CUSTOMERS!
Its back- half price broadband with 3 - EVEN FOR NEW CUSTOMERS!

Its back- half price broadband with 3 - EVEN FOR NEW CUSTOMERS!

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Get the most of Mobile Broadband. Get 50% off on Broadband 1GB (was £10 now £5 per month).
The offer is valid for the new and existing customers.
No wires, no hassles.

DONT FORGET QUIDCO

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Please note that this deal is only available if you go through quidco

quidco.com/3-m…on/

how do you tell if you have used the 1gb download?

18 month contract

asandwhen;3033688

Please note that this deal is only available if you go through … Please note that this deal is only available if you go through quidcohttp://www.quidco.com/3-mobile-broadband-lite-promotion/



No, it's available through any 3 mobile affiliate, not just quidco.

BEWARE - if you go over your monthly allowance they charge you at 10p for every additional megabyte.
That is £100 A GIGABYTE ripoff !
They call it an "out of bundle charge": threestore.three.co.uk/pla…680

T-Mobile don't rip you off for "out of bundle" charges. Go with them instead.

What is 1GB of data?

This is ideal for occasional and light usage. Various activities count towards your data usage, including browsing the web, downloading music and videos, emailing and instant messaging.

The amount of data used during these activities varies. When browsing, it depends on the type of website being viewed. A site like You Tube uses large amounts of data compared to a plainer website like Google.

As a general guide, 1 GB allows you to:

* browse the web for 10 hours
* send 1000 Outlook/HTML emails
* download 32 four minute music tracks
* download 5 four minute videos*

pete_l;3033767

18 month contract



most if not all are (other than the ones that are longer !!)

£90 for 18 months of internet usage isnt bad (yes i know it is 1gb but it is ideal for checking e-mail, light surfing etc on the move)

Original Poster Banned

Spod;3033858

BEWARE - if you go over your monthly allowance they charge you at 10p for … BEWARE - if you go over your monthly allowance they charge you at 10p for every additional megabyte.That is £100 A GIGABYTE ripoff !They call it an "out of bundle charge": http://threestore.three.co.uk/plandetails.aspx?tariffid=680T-Mobile don't rip you off for "out of bundle" charges. Go with them instead.



the trick is to stay within your allowance - if you do this deal is unbeatable

Um, it's pretty easy to check your usage, on-line, using the modem. I've owned one of these for months now and you really would have to be a total idiot to go over.

Plus, there are technical solutions to avoid going over out there, for free.

Do not let the naysayers put you off buying this. It is a very good deal. £5 per month will never be missed and it'll give you mobile broadband wherever you are.

A bargain!

asandwhen;3033956

the trick is to stay within your allowance - if you do this deal is … the trick is to stay within your allowance - if you do this deal is unbeatable



That's fine in theory, but you can easily get caught out if you are close at the end of the month and your anti-virus or opsys does an update without warning you - or worse if your PC catches a virus and starts emailing the whole world with spam.

I don't object to an additional fee, but at over 30 times the cost of the "in bundle" price the costs just seem unreasonable. They are obviously designed to catch people unawares - particularly people who don't understand their systems particularly well.

If Orange and Vodafone can make decent money charging £15 per additional gigabyte and T-Mobile doesn't need to charge anything, I really don't see how Three can justify £100 per gigabyte. O2 is even worse at £200 per additional gigabyte!

I certainly won't be buying from 3 or O2 while they charge such outrageous fees and I have told them so. I have tried talking to Ofcom about these unreasonable tarriffs but they don't seem to care. My M.P. was interested though so I'm pursuing that, and I'm hoping to increase publicity about it.

if your really worried then go for the 5 GB one for an additional 2.50 - seems worth it (even if it may seem like overkill ish)

anyone know when the offer will finish?

miserablemiser;3034141

anyone know when the offer will finish?



30th September.

You can ring up 3 and get them to set a limit on the account so when you have used the limit, you cannot use the internet until the next month. We have got the 5gb one for my son and have set the limiter at zero.

For those who are considering this it is worth checking first that you have coverage in your area:
three.co.uk/per…omp

281273;3034211

You can ring up 3 and get them to set a limit on the account so when you … You can ring up 3 and get them to set a limit on the account so when you have used the limit, you cannot use the internet until the next month. We have got the 5gb one for my son and have set the limiter at zero.



Thanks. They don't advertise that!

281273;3034211

You can ring up 3 and get them to set a limit on the account so when you … You can ring up 3 and get them to set a limit on the account so when you have used the limit, you cannot use the internet until the next month. We have got the 5gb one for my son and have set the limiter at zero.


rep for that :thumbsup:

I am really confused by this offer because according to the T&C on the page of the offer on THREE's site, you DO have to be an existing customer to qualify for the 50% offer. So what is going on? THREE will not give a c**p about what Quidco say or claim.

50% Mobile Broadband - Terms & ConditionsOffer available direct from 3 … 50% Mobile Broadband - Terms & ConditionsOffer available direct from 3 only until 30th September 2008 on a new Mobile Broadband Lite, 5GB or 15GB price plan when either: (1) an existing customer on a Pay Monthly phone or mobile broadband price plan later subscribes to a new Mobile Broadband plan; or (2) when a new approved customer subscribes to a new Pay Monthly price plan and a new Mobile Broadband price plan at the same time; (3) when a new approved customer subscribes to a new Mobile Broadband price plan and subscribes to a second Mobile Broadband price plan at the same time; or (4) when an existing Pay Monthly customer upgrades to a new Pay Monthly price plan and subscribes to a new Mobile Broadband price plan at the same time. The new/second Mobile Broadband price plan must have a minimum term of 18 months. Customers will lose their continuing eligibility for the half price mobile broadband plan if they terminate their existing plan prior to the end of their Mobile Broadband minimum term agreement. In other words the two plans have to run concurrently. Offer must be mentioned at the time of order as it cannot be applied later and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. 50% discount will be forfeited if either contract is in arrears or disconnects from the 3 network (for whatever reason). Terms apply. See instore or three.co.uk

don't do it!

Do It!!

dont hold your breath for quidco 3 mobile are declining everything now i had a pay out from them earlier in the year fine but had declined one last month even got their own quidclan of ripped off punters now

Bit more quidco cashback for the 5GB plan. After that the 1GB works out at 4.92 a month, the 5GB at 6.81.

It's a bargain for its mobility!

Original Poster Banned

weezerboy;3034269

I am really confused by this offer because according to the T&C on the … I am really confused by this offer because according to the T&C on the page of the offer on THREE's site, you DO have to be an existing customer to qualify for the 50% offer. So what is going on? THREE will not give a c**p about what Quidco say or claim.



you are looking at the terms and conditions for there customer only offer - I can assure you that this offer is for non customers aswell - as per info on the quidco site - dont panic.

Spod;3034220

For those who are considering this it is worth checking first that you … For those who are considering this it is worth checking first that you have coverage in your area:http://www.three.co.uk/personal/products_services_/mobile_broadband_/rollout_map.omp



The whole idea of these things are to use them AWAY from home!!!!:whistling:

Would never take a contract up with '3' again due to their very poor customer service. Took over 20 phone calls to their Indian call centre when my mobile phone was faulty .Four times my phone came back from repair still faulty with more faults and the fifth time a newer replacement model was sent which seems ok up till now. Had to keep repeating everything i had said in previous phone calls everytime i phoned them. The coverage is also nowhere near the quality that they say it is on their coverage checker and continually drops calls.Often cant get the planet 3 mobile internet to work on my phone due to poor coverage so i don't hold out much luck for a broadband dongle either.They may be cheap but once you start having problems you will be tearing your hair out with customer service.:x

Will these work outside the UK (and is there some massive charge). If so, any pointers to non-UK 3G coverage maps??

OK - I just read the previous post - all questions answered!

Original Poster Banned

wrongsideof40;3034495

Will these work outside the UK (and is there some massive charge). If so, … Will these work outside the UK (and is there some massive charge). If so, any pointers to non-UK 3G coverage maps??



It is free to use these in countries that have three such as austrailia, Ireland, hong kong and some more that I cant remember off the top of my head.

o_t_e;3034483

Anyone had a positive experience?

Yeah - just works for me - on Linux.

zermattbusby;3033863

What is 1GB of data?As a general guide, 1 GB allows you to: * browse … What is 1GB of data?As a general guide, 1 GB allows you to: * browse the web for 10 hours * send 1000 Outlook/HTML emails * download 32 four minute music tracks * download 5 four minute videos*



32 four minute music tracks is more like 160meg?

Hi all. I have been on the 1gb and i use it about 20 hours a week and i have never been over. It is easy to keep track of your allowance as it tells you how much you have used in the sign in box on the computer, you can reset this when ever you like. I reset mine once a month.

Probably a silly question, but is the modem config tied to just one computer in any way?

E.g. could I share it with my wife when one or other of us is away (obviously still subject to the total download limit), or would it need to be used with the same laptop? :?

Thank you!

i struggle to get a signal on my "3" phone so, would it be the same on the mobile broadband?

ukdealee;3034561

Probably a silly question, but is the modem config tied to just one … Probably a silly question, but is the modem config tied to just one computer in any way?

no.

leeblues;3034641

i struggle to get a signal on my "3" phone so, would it be the same on … i struggle to get a signal on my "3" phone so, would it be the same on the mobile broadband?

yes.

leeblues;3034641

i struggle to get a signal on my "3" phone so, would it be the same on … i struggle to get a signal on my "3" phone so, would it be the same on the mobile broadband?


Same here,coverage strength is very erratic and unreliable in most areas.
:x

leeblues;3034641

i struggle to get a signal on my "3" phone so, would it be the same on … i struggle to get a signal on my "3" phone so, would it be the same on the mobile broadband?



Yes. Probably worse as the high speed broadband uses HSDPA which has less coverage than standard text and phone (2G) or video and mobile internet (3G) services.

Check coverage here:
three.co.uk/per…omp
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