Vodafone K3565 Pink mobile broadband inc £15 credit plus Quidco + Clubcard points @ Tesco
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Vodafone K3565 Pink mobile broadband inc £15 credit plus Quidco + Clubcard points @ Tesco

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Found 10th Sep 2010
Vodafone mobile broadband dongle in pink. Price includes £15 credit (for 3GB of data for 30 days). Also 3% Quidco (44p) plus 28 clubcard points. Free delivery to Tesco stores or £5 for standard delivery.

My dad has a Vodafone broadband connection and it's very good for him - he gets much faster through this than he would through ADSL. The decent thing is that it's really easy to top up with a normal PAYG voucher, unllike O2 who make you use a credit or debit card. And you get Tesco, Nectar, Co-op, Boots, etc points on the top-up voucher as well.

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Hmmnn... Pink.. cant use it in public places then. Good for missus though.
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sanjay397

Hmmnn... Pink.. cant use it in public places then. Good for missus … Hmmnn... Pink.. cant use it in public places then. Good for missus though. Voted Hot



It is a broadband dongle, not a rabbit!

bytemaster

It is a broadband dongle, not a rabbit!



LOL.. Do you use Rabbit in public places..News to me..

sanjay397

LOL.. Do you use Rabbit in public places..News to me..



Only the blue ones.

Could the £15 credit be used for calls or texts instead?

Nope.. its 3gb Data.

You can get this in white for an extra £5 on Vodafone's eBay store.

Item: 180562178986

Got myself one a few weeks ago when they were £14.99. Have since unlocked and debranded it - which was very easy.

This may well be a stupid question, but is there ayway you could use one of these to connect to the internet on an iphone via a special cable or something?

Mrs.Z2010 12

This may well be a stupid question, but is there ayway you could use one … This may well be a stupid question, but is there ayway you could use one of these to connect to the internet on an iphone via a special cable or something?



You wouldn't use one of these to connect your iPhone directly to a computer for internet you'd just connect the iPhone directly via the iPhone's USB cable. Either that or take the sim out the iPhone and stick it straight in one of these dongles would be the other option.

Taksim_Red

You wouldn't use one of these to connect your iPhone directly to a … You wouldn't use one of these to connect your iPhone directly to a computer for internet you'd just connect the iPhone directly via the iPhone's USB cable. Either that or take the sim out the iPhone and stick it straight in one of these dongles would be the other option.



Thanks for the reply.
I am asking if I dont have a computer (as in out and about), would there be any way for me to surf the net on my iphone with one of these dongles, such as by using a cable?

Mrs.Z2010 23

Thanks for the reply.I am asking if I dont have a computer (as in out and … Thanks for the reply.I am asking if I dont have a computer (as in out and about), would there be any way for me to surf the net on my iphone with one of these dongles, such as by using a cable?



You won't be able to connect the dongle to your iPhone but you could remove the sim from tne dongle and stick it in the iPhone - providing your iPhone is either unlocked or on Vodafone. If yoy have an iPhone 4 you'd also have to cut the sim down to size before you used it in the phone too.

However it seems a lot of messing around. Do you not already have a data package on your iPhone already? If not you could always purchase one which I guess would be a lot more practicle.

Taksim_Red

You won't be able to connect the dongle to your iPhone but you could … You won't be able to connect the dongle to your iPhone but you could remove the sim from tne dongle and stick it in the iPhone - providing your iPhone is either unlocked or on Vodafone. If yoy have an iPhone 4 you'd also have to cut the sim down to size before you used it in the phone too.However it seems a lot of messing around. Do you not already have a data package on your iPhone already? If not you could always purchase one which I guess would be a lot more practicle.



Thanks very much for your advice.
You're right, that is a lot of hassle.
O2 want £7.50 a month for internet access and I won't be using it enough to justify that

Mrs.Z

Thanks very much for your advice.You're right, that is a lot of hassle.O2 … Thanks very much for your advice.You're right, that is a lot of hassle.O2 want £7.50 a month for internet access and I won't be using it enough to justify that



Sounds like you'll only be using it occasionally am I right? In that case you can normally just pay about £1 per day for daily use. You don't even need to purchase any package for that. You normally just use the web and as soon as your days usage hits £1 you can carry on using it for free for the rest of the day.

Taksim_Red

Sounds like you'll only be using it occasionally am I right? In that case … Sounds like you'll only be using it occasionally am I right? In that case you can normally just pay about £1 per day for daily use. You don't even need to purchase any package for that. You normally just use the web and as soon as your days usage hits £1 you can carry on using it for free for the rest of the day.



Oh really? I will have to give them a call and ask about that the, I thought I needed a package before I could use it at all, Thank you
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