O2 Mobile Broadband £5pm 500mb/WiFi 30 Day Contract, £19.99 Dongle, £22.50 CK Cashback
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O2 Mobile Broadband £5pm 500mb/WiFi 30 Day Contract, £19.99 Dongle, £22.50 CK Cashback

£24.99
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Found 13th Aug 2010
Can't see any better than this at the moment.

Rolling 30 day contract with 500MB per month and access to the regular O2 bonus of BT Openzone WiFi. The dongle costs £19.99 but you can get back £22.50 from Cashback Kings on "all other monthly contracts". Pretty good for those who don't use so much, maybe even for iPad users too? Plus if you don't like it, cancel - no 18 or 24 month contract.

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Original Poster

For any who vote cold, could you point me toward something better before I sign up to this?

Thanks!

I prefer the £5 2 gig Three sim deal

If you buy a sim card with £10 credit on it u can get the dongle for £10. Some offer on just now.

loopie

I prefer the £5 2 gig Three sim deal



where is this three deal ?

For very occasional use, i.e.weekends away within the UK. Get an unlocked mobile dongle. Obtain a T-Mobile SIM and choose one of the following internet boosters. Alternatively, buy one of their PAYG phones that has free 6 months internet. I know you are not supposed to use the SIM cards as a modem but I have used this method successfully after my 6 month free internet with the o2 iPhone SIM ran out

Boosters

PAYG starting from £19.99 plus £10 top up

I will be using the Euro Internet booster on my hols I must have saved a fortune on rip off hotel internet access

Original Poster

shirlsky

Alternatively, buy one of their PAYG phones that has free 6 months … Alternatively, buy one of their PAYG phones that has free 6 months internet. I know you are not supposed to use the SIM cards as a modem but I have used this method successfully after my 6 month free internet with the o2 iPhone SIM ran out



How long have you been using it and is it still going?

Bought a T-Mobile PAYG phone with 6 months free at the end of May. Been using the free internet on a phone almost everyday and have used the SIM in the dongle at least a dozen times - for at least an hour a go - still going strong!

Original Poster

Thanks for replying. All of those are luck-of-the-draw or somehow hacks, not a simple straightforward deal intended for those of us who don't want to circumvent any rules. This deal just seems more straightforward to me, unless I'm missing the point but I don't want to pay £20 for T-Mobile or whoever to cut me off for going against the terms of service really.

I can understand that - I would only recommend my method of access for occasional use. But if you wanted mobile broadband always on then go for contract. I have home broadband but I just do not want to pay for internet access whilst I am away from home or even at work.

itsduke

where is this three deal ?



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