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    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 14th Jul 15, 10:51 PM
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    Atasas
    PAYG/(rolling 1) Monthly Data hungry SIM only plans, allawances
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    • 14th Jul 15, 10:51 PM
    PAYG/(rolling 1) Monthly Data hungry SIM only plans, allawances 14th Jul 15 at 10:51 PM
    (keep on updating)
    Hi Guys,
    I've got my "PAC-Porting Authority Code" from "3.co.uk" (to transfer number) and will not be going back to them again, due to the fact of them cooperating, with scammers, that I have been billed for by them as my behalf.(long story)
    Also, I am staunch supporter of "underdog", so "big networks" are not of interest to me any-more. (or to have their plans discussed on this thread please!)
    Same goes about contracts (for over a month)- just can not stand being chained up to none and hope it makes sense to the same way thinking MoneySavers

    I'd like SIM (network), with a 10Gb+ data allowance and 100-200 min PM (pay Monthly or PAYG )plan, hoever stumbling with one's that would allow tethering to my SIM'lesss tablet....

    Considering what "operators" are selling is air and contracts, but none are committed to real service for that money...Networks are long established, no real work for more or less money happens truly, its only trickery in "plans" as how to make more money of us.
    http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/phones/piggybacking

    The "medium supplier", that fitted my bill, has been TallkMobile (uses Voda network),

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    (had it- tested- not good at all)
    I've ordered (haven't used as yet, due to known "quality" of CS)Vectone SIM for the half (or even less) of those advertised money a month, by big competitors and yes, I know, they had "down time" and generally awful service, but possibly worth a plunge?
    http://www.vectonemobile.co.uk/
    Vectone Pay as You Go £10
    Unlimited Mins, "Unlimited Data" (5GB really), Unlimited Texts, Free Sim
    This bundle only last for 30 days from date of purchase. So you would have to keep topping up £10 a month to continue it.
    SnowTiger link to T&C's
    http://www.vectonemobile.co.uk/google/vmukgglnationalbundleext.aspx?gclid=CjwKEAjw8qetBR Cj6vKH8IC_kwoSJADGQ8dSYQOxFhqYL-G5FIpraIDnybrNdN_5bg6uh65Y9kZuXBoC1qTw_wcB
    Terms and Conditions [-]
    Post 5GB Data speed reduces from 3G to 2G
    .....
    Their Twitter- https://twitter.com/VectoneMobileUK

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    (expired, sold to BT, offeres hardly going to be great in future)
    (one more ) Actual EE network provider ("big" network)
    http://shop.ee.co.uk/campaigns/summer-sim-from-ee
    This might keep you going for a couple of months: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-summer-sim-payg-50-mins-50-texts-100gb-p-m-200gb-total-data-10-00-2247227.

    100GBytes of data for two months. Apparently it's not the first time EE has ran this promotion.
    Originally posted by SnowTiger
    Fuller review: https://www.cable.co.uk/guides/is-ee-mobile-any-good/
    (Ordered SIM (despite them being "big network"), will use as main number for the period of the offer, for data. )
    [update] it is going well! good reception, unsure, what I'll have to do, if offer ends and no similar promotion would be made. Decent coverage, however nothing to be jumping up and down over for.

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    (tested and in my experience SLOOOWWWW and only truly allows 5GB)
    Next on my list is GiffGaff (got SIM already, but not using it yet, not the best network for me, not tethering price is any sensible), which notably is degrading in its service (or lost "the edge of competitiveness), prices rising, CS is just manageable, but attractive option, but O2 3g-4g network has never been known for data transfer quality. Many users leaving GG, because of this aspect.
    https://www.giffgaff.com/freesim-goodybag20?_ms=234&_msd=HotUKDeals&xid=47868
    2,000 minutes+ (unlimited data)+ unlimited texts+Free calls & texts to other giffgaff numbers

    Newtork (PiggyBack- O2) (3G, not 4G package)
    Tethering- not allowed, threats over throttling and ban's, in practice there are posters saying, that some do "slip" but does not allow tethering
    or this £15 plan
    £15 goodybag rates

    Calls, texts, call forwarding and video calls to giffgaff Free
    Voice calls to other UK mobiles, landlines and call forwarding (per minute) 10p after the inclusive
    minutes in goodybag
    Texts to other UK mobiles and landlines Unlimited
    Voicemail (per call) 8p after the inclusive
    minutes in goodybag
    Mobile Internet 5GB
    2p/MB after
    the inclusive
    internet in goodybag
    Free phone numbers (starting 080 & 0500) Free
    BlackBerry Internet Service Free
    More info on pricing

    What happens if I exceed 5GB?
    If you've used up your 5GB allowance before your goodybag expires, you will be charged at 2p/MB for the remaining life of your goodybag, but once your goodybag expires, standard rates will apply.

    Early repurchase
    If you run out of data or minutes don’t worry, you can start enjoying your next goodybag with an early repurchase.

    Tethering
    Tethering is permitted on the £15 goodybag and will work on all smartphones with an inbuilt tethering feature.

    Unlimited texts
    We are unlimited for personal mobile use - but not for commercial and automated use.

    Free to giffgaff
    You need to top up by top-up voucher, top up by credit /debit card or buy a goodybag with your credit or debit card at least every 3 months to receive free giffgaff to giffgaff calls. If you don't, other UK rates will apply as above. The free giffgaff to giffgaff calls last for 60 minutes per call, so you need to hang up and re-dial if you want to keep talking for free.
    review
    https://www.cable.co.uk/guides/is-giffgaff-mobile-any-good/
    Their community (forum), no need to have active SIM to join
    https://community.giffgaff.com/
    Their twitter
    https://twitter.com/giffgaff

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    (changed supplier to "three", changed tariffs, not great at all)
    Next (medium competitor) ThePeoplesOperator "TPO"
    https://www.thepeoplesoperator.com/PAYM-Order-Review-Tariff/?//23/&awc=5675_1436803241_cef7b671243164df45d5a05c84883 156&source=aw&utm_source=AW&utm_medium=AW&utm_camp aign=SIM%20Deals%20AW&awc=5675_1436906461_ad155ad2 610f536069c740b626783829
    Grab The Invincible Deal - Unlimited mins, texts and 31GB of data for just £19.99 p/m on a 30-day rolling contract.

    The best mobile service
    We're on the UK's biggest 3G network, which means you're completely covered. Plus, whenever you need support, you can talk 7 days a week to our UK-based, in-house Help team.

    Network- EE piggyBack
    Tethering Not allowed, but peeps Do use it in practice... Not an 4G plan
    Full'er review:
    https://www.cable.co.uk/guides/is-the-peoples-operator-any-good/
    Their twitter
    https://twitter.com/TPOuk

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    (tested, support and in general "grab money" attitude- awful network to deal with
    Next iD Mobile
    http://www.idmobile.co.uk/shop/plans/sim-only#tariff_data=([10000 TO *] OR "-1")
    CarPhoneWarehouse Brand
    £20.00 PCM 2000 Min, 5000 Tx'ts, Unlimited Internet per month
    4G- yes;

    Expired offer, currently is offering 10GB data only!
    Network (three.co.uk piggyBack)
    Tethering Not allowed, but used in practice by some posters, however, some received "Ban" notices"
    Full'er review
    https://www.cable.co.uk/guides/is-id-mobile-any-good/

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    and here comes smaller suppliers, with least credibility for service (not many "fannboys"), however they represent better value for money, than "big one's":

    GTMobile
    http://www.gtmobile.co.uk/en/bundle
    Smart 12 With 4G BEST SELLERS £ 12 30 days Get with this plan Call 1000 minutes Text Unlimited texts Data 2GB data Text Free GT to GT calls and texts* Free calls Free calls to 0800, 0808 & 0500 numbers
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    (great offers via switch and similar currently)
    LIFE Mobile
    http://life-mobile.co.uk/
    LIFE £5 SIM Only 250 500 250Mb £5 BUY
    LIFE £8 SIM Only 750 Unlimited 500Mb £8 BUY
    LIFE £12 SIM Only 1500 Unlimited 1Gb £12 BUY
    LIFE £15 SIM Only Unlimited Unlimited 3Gb £15
    BUT data (what matters to me) is dear, regardless, they Use EE 3G-4G network service
    Does allow tethering!
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    Really bashed about for the CS and other issues
    LYCA Mobile
    http://www.lycamobile.co.uk/en/bundles
    £15 1000 Minutes +Unlimited SMS 3 GB
    National Data
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    New tariffs and offers changed again, worth keeping an eye over )
    TalkMobile (Vodafone network PiggyBack)
    http://talkmobile.co.uk/upgrades/sim-only
    Small 30 day SIM Only 250 Minutes 5000 Texts 100MB Data 30 day £7.50 a month
    Medium 30 day SIM Only 500 Minutes 5000 Texts 500MB Data 30 day £10.00 a month
    Large 30 day SIM Only 750 Minutes 5000 Texts 1GB Data 30 day £12.50 a month
    X-Large 30 day SIM Only 1000 Minutes 5000 Texts 2GB Data 30 day £15.00 a month
    (not of interest or value or recommendation, but if one has Vodafone network reception only?)
    Fuller review: https://www.cable.co.uk/guides/is-talkmobile-any-good/
    also, read this! https://www.cable.co.uk/news/talkmobile-customers-hit-by-huge-data-bills-in-spite-of-usage-caps-700000391/

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    (horrendous support, tested)
    and last on this List Delight Mobile
    http://www.delightmobile.co.uk/#
    £20 £15 Bundle- Unlimited UK Minutes, Unlimited UK Texts, Unlimited Data (? ), Unlimited Delight to Delight
    (OK, what I've learned- Delight is a "side-kick" of Vectone, CS- bad mannered, clueless- atrocious! and value ways its lesser of an offer to actual Vectone..
    Experience so far... not great!

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    (tested, liked, but data allowance are too small for what I need)
    One more to the list
    Tello
    (uses "Hutchinson"- 3.co.uk network, 3G-4G service)

    Buy top-up registering, get a SIM and enjoy, no strings/contracts usage!
    add-ons:
    https://tello.co.uk/buy/data_bundles
    £7.50 3GB PCM
    or 500 MB £2/month

    Best Pay As You Go SIM
    UK & Mobile 3p /min
    SMS 3p /SMS
    Data 1p /MB
    International Pay As You Go
    Rates from UK to
    Spain 2p /min
    Italy 2.1p /min
    Germany 2.2p /min...
    etc etc

    I've ordered sim for 500MB data (£2.00), afterwards using PayPal, top up add ons- balance, not bundles
    and rest as top-ups as per required
    https://tello.co.uk/buy/pay_as_you_go
    (posted further on)
    Bit about Tello
    I don't have 4G device, my 3 SIM 3G phone have failed any (sensible) reception, unless I enable data via this network-SIM. It is issue in Multi-Sim devices, but 2g service as per 3.co.uk network is dire. Once set data connection via Tello (renamed it from 3 UK 01 to Tello, own-self, due to known feeling towards 3) everything is OK
    On a positive note, support is decent and with all of the fiddling about, US (still,with some, not American, accent) based advisor called me back twice to see, as how do I get on. Seemed helpful, not rude and willing to help- Kudos!

    Not bad service overall, good value and considering 3.co.uk reception seems "second best" in tests is good enough to say, that I am pleased, do recommend it, but not "over the moon".
    Another... "Downside" I've ordered it, topped up etc by PayPal, it kinda wants CC... not keen yet, reading about "big rip-off" networks contracts and £1000's of pounds worth of horrors.
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    cable.co.uk stalled reviewing and providing better deals
    as for technical
    https://www.cable.co.uk/reviews/page-2/
    In depth- technical review of each (most sub're'providers), unfortunately, they can not keep up with actual deals or comparisons
    One of Key factors is main network coverage
    http://consumers.ofcom.org.uk/phone/mobile-phones/4G/mobile-coverage-checker/ or
    http://opensignal.com/coverage-maps/UK/
    However, they are inaccurate and in my experience data (3G-4G) is important factor considering new supplier, in (poor 3-4G signal) areas 2G coverage is vital to be able to make phone calls.
    My last word on Multi-Sim (multi-plan) user perspective- Get one, that is good for data and value for data, the other one from different network, with known good 2G coverage-service! ?
    Last edited by Atasas; 12-08-2016 at 6:12 PM.
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    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 2nd Dec 16, 12:34 PM
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    Atasas
    https://mobile.asda.com/offers




    Had my SIM for a while, inserted it today only... my bad! :P

    On-line- no top up, registration etc- nothing!, must call 2732 and got answered withing 3 prompts, registered, toped up and offer "MEGA" (20GB+ Unl Mins +Unl Txt's) no probs and girl on the other end sounded ever so pleasant.
    Will need to dial 2732 to check my allowances- not a biggy (as TBH most PAYG networks), so far seems to be good service and value as long as it lasts (31/12/2016).

    Would I recommend it?- YES! speed seems to be as good as EE (no "throttling" like O2 MVNO's get, decent amount of data for a £10'er);
    what is bad?- unsure as how value will stack up, without offer or new ones will take place..

    Cheers!
    • didsbury
    • By didsbury 7th Dec 16, 9:05 AM
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    didsbury
    C4c
    Has anybody any experience of this provider?
    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 7th Dec 16, 7:16 PM
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    Atasas
    Has anybody any experience of this provider?
    Originally posted by didsbury
    I don't believe they are (c4c) provider as in network provider.
    it is only a protocol for data management.
    • didsbury
    • By didsbury 8th Dec 16, 8:22 AM
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    didsbury
    I don't believe they are (c4c) provider as in network provider.
    it is only a protocol for data management.
    Originally posted by Atasas
    They look like an MNVO to me: they are offering 200 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB for £5 per month on a 30 day rolling contract.
    Has anyone tried them?
    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 8th Dec 16, 8:48 AM
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    Atasas
    They look like an MNVO to me: they are offering 200 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB for £5 per month on a 30 day rolling contract.
    Has anyone tried them?
    Originally posted by didsbury
    Oops, I stand corrected!

    https://www.c4cmobile.com/tariffs/pay-as-you-go/

    https://www.c4cmobile.com/tariffs/30-day-rolling/

    Prices seem to be from 20'th century, the only thing going is 10% charity donation.

    Such plans wouldn't allow me even to test, if they get "throttling down" by O2, as the other of their MVNO's.
    I still got other branded charity promoting SIM, (that haven't tested) as it flopped in pricing, tethering services when changed to a different (main) network.
    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 12th Dec 16, 4:52 PM
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    Atasas
    EDIT:
    Proven to be dodgy "network"-scam


    Piggybacking on a VodaSh..
    https://candytelecom.co.uk/product/20gb-mobile-plan-exclusive/?source=webgains&siteid=31409
    £28.00 £25.00 /month

    The details:
    20GB data on our Superfast 4G network (powered by Vodafone)
    Unlimited calls to UK landlines (starting 01,02,03) and mobiles**
    Unlimited texts to standard UK numbers**
    Monthly payments via direct debit
    1 month contract***
    **Fair usage policy applies
    ***£20 cancellation charge if the service is used for less than 12 months.
    Do you want to bring your existing phone number?
    Only available when you place the order and can't be done at a later date.
    Yes





    Close to Christmass, but no decent deals lately

    New one, untested and priced up rather dear £25-20GB, but could be acceptable as alternative perhaps?
    Last edited by Atasas; 11-03-2017 at 3:08 PM.
    • d123
    • By d123 12th Dec 16, 5:51 PM
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    d123
    Piggybacking on a VodaSh..
    https://candytelecom.co.uk/product/20gb-mobile-plan-exclusive/?source=webgains&siteid=31409


    Close to Christmass, but no decent deals lately

    New one, untested and priced up rather dear £25-20GB, but could be acceptable as alternative perhaps?
    Originally posted by Atasas
    Another shady company that thinks the law doesn't apply to them (mainly because that law is toothless and so this sort of company take advantage).

    As mentioned in another thread with @ian011

    How can we help you?
    Whether you are already a Candy customers or you are looking to join us, we are here to help you.

    Call us
    0871 288 4135
    Calls cost 10p per min from a landline, plus your companies access charge
    ====
    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 12th Dec 16, 8:24 PM
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    Atasas
    Another shady company that thinks the law doesn't apply to them (mainly because that law is toothless and so this sort of company take advantage).

    As mentioned in another thread with @ian011
    Originally posted by d123
    TBH seems harsh, but then when all main competing networks are in "cahoots", how could any business would survive? I wouldn't be surprised if they are getting VodaSh#& and similar representatives calling them, just for the sake of harassing as hacking attack...
    • d123
    • By d123 12th Dec 16, 10:54 PM
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    d123
    TBH seems harsh, but then when all main competing networks are in "cahoots", how could any business would survive? I wouldn't be surprised if they are getting VodaSh#& and similar representatives calling them, just for the sake of harassing as hacking attack...
    Originally posted by Atasas
    The law relating to using premium type numbers for customer service changed in June 2014, this company was only incorporated on the 10th of May 2016.

    Yet they have a premium rate customer service number, 2 years after they were made illegal?

    Shady as hell...
    ====
    • Ian011
    • By Ian011 13th Dec 16, 12:08 PM
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    Ian011
    Retailers, traders and passenger transport companies offering 084, 087 or 09 numbers for after-sales enquiries and issues can be reported to Trading Standards via the Citizen's Advice national Consumer Helpline on 0345 404 0506.

    Banks, insurers and card companies offering 084, 087 or 09 numbers for contact by existing customers can be reported to the Financial Conduct Authority.

    Any organisation offering an 084, 087 09 or 118 number without declaring the call costs alongside the number can be reported to the Advertising Standards Authority. For those offering an 087, 09 or 118 number they can also be reported to the Phone-paid Services Authority.

    There are many breaking the rules, but very few have been reported.

    0871 288 4135
    Calls cost 10p per min from a landline, plus your companies access charge
    The actual cost is "13p per minute plus Access Charge". See http://checkit.uboss.com/

    The "10p per min" is incorrect and references to "from a landline" are spurious.
    Last edited by Ian011; 13-12-2016 at 12:12 PM.
    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 29th Dec 16, 10:56 PM
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    Atasas
    Retailers, traders and passenger transport companies offering 084, 087 or 09 numbers for after-sales enquiries and issues can be reported to Trading Standards via the Citizen's Advice national Consumer Helpline on 0345 404 0506.

    Banks, insurers and card companies offering 084, 087 or 09 numbers for contact by existing customers can be reported to the Financial Conduct Authority.

    Any organisation offering an 084, 087 09 or 118 number without declaring the call costs alongside the number can be reported to the Advertising Standards Authority. For those offering an 087, 09 or 118 number they can also be reported to the Phone-paid Services Authority.

    There are many breaking the rules, but very few have been reported.


    The actual cost is "13p per minute plus Access Charge". See http://checkit.uboss.com/

    The "10p per min" is incorrect and references to "from a landline" are spurious.
    Originally posted by Ian011
    You are correct!

    Any reasonable data providers as today?
    Last edited by Atasas; 08-03-2017 at 2:13 PM.
    • Colin_Maybe
    • By Colin_Maybe 30th Dec 16, 9:55 AM
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    Colin_Maybe
    Any reasonable data providers as today?
    Originally posted by Atasas
    Depends on what exactly it is you're looking for in terms of cap (if any)?
    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 7th Mar 17, 7:10 PM
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    Atasas
    Depends on what exactly it is you're looking for in terms of cap (if any)?
    Originally posted by Colin_Maybe
    I have started with 10GB PCM+ need of allowance(WITHOUT TETHERING restrictions), these days it is 20GBPCM +...

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    Voucher AWDATAMAR32-Half Price 4G Data Sim Data 32GB Was £29 Now £14.50
    http://shop.ee.co.uk/cart?discounts=AWDATAMAR32&WT.mc_id=ON_MEC_A_AffWi n_HotUKDeals&WT.tsrc=Affiliate#voucher_link

    Had to order new SIM, give them cancellation notice on the other... will have to port my number over to the third party network and transfer back... hassle TBH... BUT
    Considering price hikes plenty of data for £14.50 P/M 30 day roll on contract



    Last edited by Atasas; 08-03-2017 at 2:17 PM.
    • d123
    • By d123 7th Mar 17, 10:48 PM
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    d123
    Voucher AWDATAMAR32-Half Price 4G Data Sim Data 32GB Was £29 Now £14.50
    http://shop.ee.co.uk/cart?discounts=AWDATAMAR32&WT.mc_id=ON_MEC_A_AffWi n_HotUKDeals&WT.tsrc=Affiliate#voucher_link

    Had to order new SIM, give them cancellation notice on the other... will have to port my number over to the third party network and transfer back... hassle TBH... BUT
    Considering price hikes plenty of data for £14.50 P/M 30 day roll on contract

    http://i.imgur.com/n8OwOfK.jpg
    Originally posted by Atasas
    As long as you are aware this is a data only contract.

    The sim will work in a phone and while calls can be made you have no included allowance and calls are 50p per minute iirc.
    ====
    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 8th Mar 17, 2:07 PM
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    Atasas
    As long as you are aware this is a data only contract.

    The sim will work in a phone and while calls can be made you have no included allowance and calls are 50p per minute iirc.
    Originally posted by d123
    Yes, suits me! You can receive calls on data sim number. I got 3-sim and 2-sim phones, my spare is moto-e, the only single sim phone...
    that's for over a year now.

    SIM's are:
    EE data sim's (includes 100txt's) currently 2 of (one will expire 25gn-£15 PCM) Monthly roll on plans...

    O2 PAYG for occasional international call (my number dating 20 years now)... too dear for any data usage.

    Tello ("3" Network) for "anonymous" calls, nobody knows that number kinda for a laugh...does allow tehering

    "3" PAYG (321 plan) ... don't know why I am keeping it, although it is most balanced quality, service, value package, but since I parted with old contracting firm, just got it... same £0.01p per mb- same too dear for data connection and doesn't allow tethering...

    TalkMobile PAYG (£0.10p happy hour tariff) (Vodafone network) as a main (near 20 year old) number OK on everything, but no real on-line support, only switch to it's data for tethering, when no reception on EE


    (It may appear) seems as crazy, but it all become this way about couple a years ago, with all of the experimenting etc, kinda "mad man possessed" , now I intend to get another one, just to transfer my popular number from EE, back in to EE...
    Last edited by Atasas; 08-03-2017 at 3:45 PM.
    • Atasas
    • By Atasas 14th Jun 17, 10:55 AM
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    Atasas
    Holly thread resurrection!
    Got this email and unsure if to take the offer, but so far have been satisfied with EE's data speed, amount (30gb), price (~£15 p/M) and service, but to needing to sign up to 12 months contract is off-putting and 60gb isn't really needed, still, very tempting!


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