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What a rip off. Vodafone / O2 and Orange seriously need to become more competitive with data and upgrade their shabby 3G network speeds.
At this price it would make more sense to buy a Galaxy Europa 3G phone brand new, for £60 and then buy 3GB '3' Data SIM cars from Amazon. ( http://www.amazon.co.uk/Origin... )
These are only £12 inc. delivery and once you start using them they last for 3 months...no registering or activation required. Just pop them in an start downloading. These are also a lot cheaper than '3' charge for the same data. Go figure!
Then just use the 3G android handset to create a wifi hotspot.
I've been running a Vodafone, GiffGaff, 3 and Orange PAYG data SIM for the past 6 months and have found that 3 completely destroys the competition on price and performance.
This once much lamented network, has taken big steps forward. I have found their network coverage to be superb, overall. Especially in terms of data speed and reliability in many locations, urban & rural.
As usual with Vodafone the idea sounds good, the implementation is utter rubbish. I have finally left them after 2 years of so c**p service it does not bear thinking about. Trouble is my company phone is still with them. I now use a 3 dongle, it is fantastic, I quite often get 8Mb out of it when the company equivalent can not even get a signal. I would try to sell my UnSure Signal on eBay but I don't want my 100% rating stuffing because the useless piece of s*** would fail, AGAIN!!!!!!What you have reviewed is typical of Voda these days.
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