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Terry
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Re: mobile internet on the Broads?

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NBFADMIN wrote: June 29th, 2017, 2:30 pm That has to be a contract right?
Twelve-month contract, although evidently their credit-checking procedure is merely a formality ;)
I believe they also offer a rolling one-month contract, which costs about £5 more.
I have to say - at least where I am atm on the edge of Thorpe St Andrew, that it's not as fast as giffgaff/O2 (signal is 'H' as opposed to 'H+'), but I imagine that will vary quite considerably as I move around.


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Yes it sure does vary.


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Re: mobile internet on the Broads?

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When I arrived on the Norfolk Broads I was paying £15 a month for unlimited data. Since August it has gone up to £35.........that sucks big eggs. :twisted:


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Terry
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Re: mobile internet on the Broads?

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Is that 'unlimited data' as in 'unlimited tethering'? I'm having trouble finding anything more than 30Gb a month, and I'm having to keep an eye on my usage to stay within that...


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Re: mobile internet on the Broads?

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Well I have gone through 150 gb of data this month alone and they have never moaned. Giff Gaff do.
It is a tricky one i know as they prefer to get people on to dongles.
I dont even know why we have to pay for wifi anyway.


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