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    is 250mb internet alright for a month?

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    if you mean on a mobile phone,then no it isnt. depends what you want to do with it tho

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    barky

    if you mean on a mobile phone,then no it isnt. depends what you want to … if you mean on a mobile phone,then no it isnt. depends what you want to do with it tho



    But its ok for home broadband?

    Original Poster

    just go on fb, sometimes check ebay, thats all really

    curt889

    just go on fb, sometimes check ebay, thats all really



    you do 250mb on a good night with all your threads.

    Original Poster

    opsssss!!!
    when i did my contract thing, im sure i clicked on 500mb but oh well will have to connect to wii-fi all the time!!!!

    Original Poster

    greg, you mean on here or on fb?
    i dont use my phone to come on here!

    You'll easily exceed that, My mum exceeded that in her first week just browsing facebook etc..

    If I remember correctly you get around 3000 average web pages per gig, so you are looking around 750 pages a month or 25 a day.

    250Mb is more than enough if you are just using it for that.
    You may only use a fraction of it, depending on how long per day it's on.

    Original Poster

    well i work normally during the day so not that much, just a quick check every few hours or so, thats all really, and at night i have got a laptop to go on so, plus i can use wi-fi in the house so

    curt889

    well i work normally during the day so not that much, just a quick check … well i work normally during the day so not that much, just a quick check every few hours or so, thats all really, and at night i have got a laptop to go on so, plus i can use wi-fi in the house so



    Ok from a rough guess, you should be using under 100Mb a month.

    Original Poster

    well im gunna go in ORANGE shop tomoz and see what they say

    Should be fine as long as your not watching videos .

    Original Poster

    thanks guys for the response, cheers

    garbage456

    you need to worry about what happens when you go over.on t mobile if you … you need to worry about what happens when you go over.on t mobile if you go over they say nothing, until it becomes consistent.if you are on 3 or other similar companies, they charge £££££



    Just install 3G Watchdog or a similar app, set a data limit, then you won't need to worry about going over.
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