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Vodafone 3G

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones Forum' started by nealb, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. nealb

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    Anyone know anything about this yet apart from it's launched on Wednesday?

    How much are the handsets likely to be and tarrifs? Or are we gonna have to wait till then.....
     
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    Sorry mate all voda staff are sworn to secrecy until the 10th, i know cos i am one.

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    The tariffs are quite pricey...
     
  4. hwharton

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    Depends on how you look at it as to price. I would suggest on of the 3g exclusive tariffs with either 500 x-net mins (£40) or 1000 x-net mins (£60). Both come with 100 free texts and 50 mins of video calls free for life. You do play a little bit more for the handsets over other contarcts but over a year it'll probally work out better.

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  5. nealb

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    well I have plumped for the £40 500 X net minutes with a Sony E V800. Number ports over at the weekend. I've had a quick play with the handset and although they are a little bigger than my T610 the difference is amaising. I paid £50 for the 610 when it was realsed (same as the V800) so I have to say I think it's quite good value for money.
    I think we'll all end up on 3G eventually.
     

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