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Standard User sparky_paul
(experienced) Tue 22-Aug-17 16:10:28
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[re: 23Prince] [link to this post]
 
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You mean 4Mbps ADSL? 4Gbps would be epic!


LOL Yeah, of course I meant 4Mb. Got a bit carried away there... laugh

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Standard User sparky_paul
(experienced) Tue 22-Aug-17 16:18:15
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Sorry to jump in here but Paul can you shed some light on who these suppliers are i may be intrested myself.


The prices I quoted in the post were for CloudNet Solutions in Orkney.

There was also a local WISP operator around here too, just west of Lincoln, with a similar offering... but they appear to have recently gone into Administration and their retail website is kaput, which doesn't sound too good, does it?

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Standard User victoria1214
(newbie) Wed 23-Aug-17 13:42:19
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I have 64GB 4G EE contract which I for home broadband. That costs me just under £24 a month, but considering the ADSL speeds where I live - it's worth it!


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Standard User MikeJG
(regular) Thu 24-Aug-17 18:09:00
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Where did you find this package? Could be ideal for me if i get decent EE 4G.
Standard User victoria1214
(newbie) Fri 25-Aug-17 10:09:39
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Er.. well I was on a 32GB rolling monthly contract for £28 but managed to exceed the limit one month, I rang up to whinge about running out of data and see what they'd offer me.

First offer was 12m 32GB for £29! Haha

Second offer 12m 64GB for about £26 and then I asked for a discount wink

If you're polite and tell them what you're after and then say "that's nice, but I can't pay more than X" or "what else can you do to reduce that a little as I can't really afford that" you should be able to get a little more off the price.
Standard User hypertony
(experienced) Fri 25-Aug-17 12:25:00
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May or may not help you but...

100GB data
30GB tethering

£25 a month for 12 months contract with Three.

http://www.three.co.uk/standalone/priceplan-details?...

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Standard User davief
(newbie) Mon 28-Aug-17 02:09:31
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Hi,

Fed up with waiting for a fibre connection and stuck on very slow ADSL i went and bought a 4G Mobile broadband from EE on a 30 day rolling contract. The deal was £27/month for 32 GB. I then got a text from them offering 64 GB for the same price if I went to a 12 month contract. I have to say I am tempted since I have figured that I could get rid of my phone line and home broadband.

I have a sim only mobile costing an additional £20.00/month which gives me another 12 GB a month and combined with the dongle comes to a whopping 76 GB/Month at speeds of greater than 50MBPS. There are cheaper deals out there I know but the EE coverage in my area is a country mile better that the others and so happy with the deal.

You could argue that £47.00/month for phone and dongle is expensive and yes it is but if you bin the home phone line and home broadband like I am contemplating then this takes about £30/month off of the price meaning that the real cost is only £17.00/month.

If you use 76GB/month or less then its worth thinking about, if not then you could have two Mobile broadband packages but that starts to get expensive.

All the best.
Standard User 23Prince
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 28-Aug-17 08:16:54
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[re: hypertony] [link to this post]
 
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May or may not help you but...

100GB data
30GB tethering

£25 a month for 12 months contract with Three.

http://www.three.co.uk/standalone/priceplan-details?...


That's fine if they actually deliver the speed, which I hope with a fixed allowance they will. Their AYCE data rates in the end for me where slow - 3-6mbps all the time, anywhere)

Considering the MVNO's that use 3 actually give you full speed for your entire allowance, that's a poor show from 3. Tethering was even worse, couldn't hit 1Mbps on it)

I might only get 25GB on EE, but I get 25GB at over 200mbps when I need it. That said the Three deal does look tempting and I might return to them once my time with EE is up.

The above speed is lush, but when I have to keep going on to Wifi to conserve it, I'd rather just be on 4G all the time and know I wouldn't hit 100GB anyway. £29 for a month is a good deal too

Edited by 23Prince (Mon 28-Aug-17 08:17:55)

Standard User Woolwich
(member) Tue 29-Aug-17 08:59:37
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[re: davief] [link to this post]
 
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i went and bought a 4G Mobile broadband from EE on a 30 day rolling contract. The deal was £27/month for 32 GB.

Can't see this on the EE site, was it recent?

Currently they have 30GB for £30 on a monthly deal, you only save a Pound a month opting for a 12 month contract.
Standard User sparky_paul
(experienced) Tue 29-Aug-17 14:10:49
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Sounds like he already had an EE contract, 10% discount I think on subsequent sims.

Worth looking out though, EE do fairly regular data sim offers. Keep an eye on hotukdeals or similar sites.

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