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Vodafone Pay as You go Dongle £15 credit £14.99 Vodafone Via Ebay deal of the day
Vodafone Pay as You go Dongle £15 credit £14.99 Vodafone Via Ebay deal of the day

Vodafone Pay as You go Dongle £15 credit £14.99 Vodafone Via Ebay deal of the day

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Mobile broad band with £15 credit for £14.99 delivered.

Seems pretty good to me!

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If you're wondering, £15 gets you 3gigs of data that have to be used within 30 days.

Great deal!

I'd be happier if the credit didn't run out after 30 days. I doubt I'd use the full quota in a month. Good deal for someone, but not for me.

This is the "K3565 Refresh" and not the older version with no credit expiry.

And it comes with a £15 TopUp, which lasts for up to 30 days. Your USB … And it comes with a £15 TopUp, which lasts for up to 30 days. Your USB Modem even comes with 3GB of data...

It's unlockable,so you could use the credit then change to whichever network suited better

Original Poster

How do you unlock them?

anyone know of any PAYG dongles where the credit doesn't expire. I only want one for occasional use.

thanks

R.

the k3565 is really a huawei e160 so free unlock calculators can be downloaded

rheumatoid

anyone know of any PAYG dongles where the credit doesn't expire. I only … anyone know of any PAYG dongles where the credit doesn't expire. I only want one for occasional use.thanksR.



+1

There is one on eBay for £50 (ouch!)

Editor

Looks like a good offer, thanks nefertiti6969

or if you have faith in Quidco/Vodafone it's £20 with a £10 cashback. ...

twinkle

or if you have faith in Quidco/Vodafone it's £20 with a £10 cashback. ...



thats a different model though on voda website,its a k3570,it's the replacement for the k3565,that's why they're selling these off cheap,they are being discontinued
Edited by: "grabbit" 2nd Sep 2010

grabbit

thats a different model though on voda website,its a k3570,it's the … thats a different model though on voda website,its a k3570,it's the replacement for the k3565,that's why they're selling these off cheap,they are being discontinued



Is there an appreciable difference just in case I decide to go for the Quidco one?

Pine Cladding

+1There is one on eBay for £50 (ouch!)


This £15 deal is brilliant if you only anticipate one months usage and don't plan on topping up any more.

But if you are a light user and you pay £50 for the unexpiring one and use it occasionally per month over the course of a year, you'll still be better off with with the unexpiry one
Example:
30day expiry version: £15 purchase + 11 months @£15 = £180
Non expiry version: £50 purchase (incl. 1Gb) + £15 for another 1Gb usage = £65

The price of the non expiry versin is only going to increase as they become more scarce.



Edited by: "jazid" 2nd Sep 2010

thanks poster i would definately get the non expiry as i would be an occassional user who would not use up the monthly allowance in 1 month. Hate the fact that i am being dictated to use it all in 1 month in the 1st place.

Heat added

Is there an appreciable difference just in case I decide to go for the … Is there an appreciable difference just in case I decide to go for the Quidco one?



Differences are the new model,the k3570,is slimmer, doesn't have a memory card slot or a usb cable and it is a zte model so not so easily unlocked,but it is compatable with windows 7 whereas the k3565 can have issues working with windows 7 as its pretty old
Edited by: "grabbit" 2nd Sep 2010

Pine Cladding

+1There is one on eBay for £50 (ouch!)



Buy this and search for 280518432618 on ebay, dont ever top up cheaper to buy another sim!

ps, make an offer you can get them cheaper

sdaviso2

Buy this and search for 280518432618 on ebay, dont ever top up cheaper to … Buy this and search for 280518432618 on ebay, dont ever top up cheaper to buy another sim!ps, make an offer you can get them cheaper



he accepted my offer of £8.50 a few months back

grabbit

Differences are the new model,the k3570,is slimmer, doesn't have a memory … Differences are the new model,the k3570,is slimmer, doesn't have a memory card slot or a usb cable and it is a zte model so not so easily unlocked,but it is compatable with windows 7 whereas the k3565 can have issues working with windows 7 as its pretty old


Thanks, useful to know

I too would like to find one where the credit does not expire.

Am just about to cancel my 5gb for £7.50 a month with three, cos I only use it once or twice a year.

Don't want to cancel cos I know 5gig for 7.50 a month is a good deal, but just don't use it enough!

VOTED COLD! why are you paying £15 for 1 months internet when you can get o2 mobile broadband for £5 a month and virgin home broadband for £5 a month. Also why does anyone think its acceptable to pay for a dongle when you can get them free when purchasing a 12 month contract. Home broadband offer free modems & routers. Most mobile phones have modems inside them so you could simply connect it to your laptop with a USB cable!

Edited by: "zcgby03" 2nd Sep 2010

Looks good, when does the 30 day usage period start does anyone know? From when you first use it??

sdaviso2

Buy this and search for 280518432618 on ebay, dont ever top up cheaper to … Buy this and search for 280518432618 on ebay, dont ever top up cheaper to buy another sim!ps, make an offer you can get them cheaper



thanks, this looks like the ideal solution. Why are people still paying £50 for a non expiring dongle? Are there any advantages to one of those?

RichArab

Looks good, when does the 30 day usage period start does anyone know? … Looks good, when does the 30 day usage period start does anyone know? From when you first use it??



It starts from when you access a normal web page

I can vouch for the old non expiring sim/dongle has been a life saver on the road with work as i use very infrequently.

On a side note I am guessing you can buy a sim and put the sim in to the newer (possibly faster) dongles that may come up cheaper in the future, can anyone confirm the newer dongles get you a faster download or it is mainly tied to the network /sim?

Shanks Kop

I can vouch for the old non expiring sim/dongle has been a life saver on … I can vouch for the old non expiring sim/dongle has been a life saver on the road with work as i use very infrequently.On a side note I am guessing you can buy a sim and put the sim in to the newer (possibly faster) dongles that may come up cheaper in the future, can anyone confirm the newer dongles get you a faster download or it is mainly tied to the network /sim?



You can check the maximum speed allowed by the dongle (most of the older ones only allows upto 3.6mbps while some of the newer ones goes upto 7.2 as well). It also depends maximum speed provided by network provider usually depending on location. So to answer to your question, you can use your SIM in a newer faster dongle.

zcgby03

VOTED COLD! why are you paying £15 for 1 months internet when you can get … VOTED COLD! why are you paying £15 for 1 months internet when you can get o2 mobile broadband for £5 a month and virgin home broadband for £5 a month. Also why does anyone think its acceptable to pay for a dongle when you can get them free when purchasing a 12 month contract. Home broadband offer free modems & routers. Most mobile phones have modems inside them so you could simply connect it to your laptop with a USB cable!




I thought they could find out of you were tethering.



I have a one month rolling contract £15 a month so can cancel with 30 days notice.

I wouldn't sign for 12 months to get a free dongle I paid £4.99 for mine.

My provider is 3 because out in the sticks they provide a good 3G signal.

I tried T Mobile dongle and 02 Mobile dongle but in my area they are only 2G coverage.

only 17 left,gonna be expired very soon

Are these 3.6 or 7.2?

Can this be used in Spain, or more specifically, Barcelona?

Signal/speed of these in Central Scotland is cr*p...would'nt use this if they payed me...sorry!!

Hi I am travelling to Portugal soon. Will it work over there? And will it be worth it or will the 15 credit get me nothing?

It's 3.6 and can roam abroad but would be expensive,none left now though

Sold out

bindi

You can check the maximum speed allowed by the dongle (most of the older … You can check the maximum speed allowed by the dongle (most of the older ones only allows upto 3.6mbps while some of the newer ones goes upto 7.2 as well). It also depends maximum speed provided by network provider usually depending on location. So to answer to your question, you can use your SIM in a newer faster dongle.



How do i check speed cabability I have the Vodafone K3565 (Rebadged Huawei 160/E160G/E160X) from what I am led to believe

It appears that when the 1GB on the sim is used all further topups will expire after 30 days. Unexpiring dongle may prove more useful in the long run.

soweezy

he accepted my offer of £8.50 a few months back



Wouldn't accept anything upto £9.00. Had to go with the full asking price as you only get 3 goes at making an offer!

Thanks for pointing this out, been looking for a non-expiry sim.

xenept

Wouldn't accept anything upto £9.00. Had to go with the full asking price … Wouldn't accept anything upto £9.00. Had to go with the full asking price as you only get 3 goes at making an offer!Thanks for pointing this out, been looking for a non-expiry sim.



i bought 4 and paid £7 each some months back. He probably knows their value now!

9.51 accepted

grabbit

the k3565 is really a huawei e160 so free unlock calculators can be … the k3565 is really a huawei e160 so free unlock calculators can be downloaded


Any chance you can recommend any, I can't find any free ones...oO
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