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Unlimited calls, texts, browsing, picture messaging. Tesco Mobile
Unlimited calls, texts, browsing, picture messaging. Tesco Mobile

Unlimited calls, texts, browsing, picture messaging. Tesco Mobile

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£30 per month gives you unlimited calls, texts, browsing and picture messaging.

Unlimited calls, texts and browsing subject to a fair use limit of £500.
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Compared to O2/Voda sim only.... although depends on your usage, if you really need well over 15hours of call time a month and/or addicted to texts this might be worth it...

had quick look, where does it say picture message and browsing?

cheers

Chris

Original Poster

click select plan

i see, also £30 quidco as well,
if can use to connect a laptop upto the internet iam going to get this. cheaper than home phone and broadband package anyday with no tie in.

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So how exactly is this unlimited?
£500 isn't an unlimited amount.

its like winning the unlimited lottery, then finding out you've won a penny

Original Poster

all 'unlimited' deals are actually limited to a certain extent just by different amounts - £500 is this amount

gratisaja;7449160

all 'unlimited' deals are actually limited to a certain extent just by … all 'unlimited' deals are actually limited to a certain extent just by different amounts - £500 is this amount



this is true, but then the question is what is £500, if they up their rates on data to £10 a meg for example it does not go far. Personally I think it should be illegal to say unlimited when very obvious limits are in place.

Don't Tesco use 02 masts for their signal? Shame I cannot get a signal in most of home and rarely 3g when out and about with 02 I might consider this otherwise.

frible;7449337

this is true, but then the question is what is £500, if they up their … this is true, but then the question is what is £500, if they up their rates on data to £10 a meg for example it does not go far. Personally I think it should be illegal to say unlimited when very obvious limits are in place.



Good point (have some rep)

Anyone have the call/text/data rates handy?

I think someone needs to raise a fuss about this "unlimited" garbage for deals in britain. ANyone familiar with the virgin media "unlimited internet" deals would know what I am talking about. plus retailers have a way of overdoing it if they are allowed to get away with these things.

unlimited is unlimited. otherwise call it "fair use".

davelfc;7449365

Don't Tesco use 02 masts for their signal? Shame I cannot get a signal in … Don't Tesco use 02 masts for their signal? Shame I cannot get a signal in most of home and rarely 3g when out and about with 02 I might consider this otherwise.



Yes, Tesco Mobile = 50/50 partnership with O2 (their masts, mobile knowledge and 50% profits).

I'm with O2, can't complain as a mast isn't far from my house or work, so full 3G signal.
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