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Old 05-13-2010, 07:10 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Conor View Post
"3" (in the UK) offers 15GB for 15.00 a month on a 24 month contract. So it doesn't have to be expensive.
15 a month for 24 months would be 360! (unless my mental maths has gone bad) - that seems quite expensive to me to to access email and wikipedia I just rang my provider (T-Mobile) and they told me 5 per month or 20 for 6 months but even that seemed expensive for what I'm after. It just seems a shame that networks can't offer data based priced on usage ie 20 for 20GB with no time limitations and world wide access would be perfect. I'd of thought the idea of getting money up front for something that effectively costs them nothing would suit them very well.

The USB dongle thing still looks like good value but I'm guessing an ereader might have problems powering it and 1GB still looks very limiting.
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