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Aleros

Novice Member
I am with Voxi (Vodafone). I am living with my contract in Germany and were never throttelt to 25 GB as they say on their website:)
 

skhan786

Active Member
I'm with EE,have been for years but my current contract is up in October and I might just hang onto this Samsung S9 and put a giffgaff sim in it,they have great deals.

Yeah I could send you a sim free of charge if you wanted

Plus check online for there bundles see what's good for you for me the £10 one is just about right
 

Stu75

Active Member
Yeah I could send you a sim free of charge if you wanted

Plus check online for there bundles see what's good for you for me the £10 one is just about right
Thanks for the offer.I can get one from them nearer the time.
I'll have a look in the next month or so and decide which suits best.
 

Stu75

Active Member
But ee is very expensive
I got a good deal although it was through a third party website.
£36(that includes vat)for a new Samsung S9,unlimited calls & messages and 30GB of data.
I'd stay with them if I was looking a new phone right now but I'm happy to hang onto this one for a bit,maybe upgrade when the S30 is released.
 

Van Dam

Distinguished Member
Currently on Sky Mobile £5 a month with 10GB data and unlimited calls/texts @50% off. Very happy as they use O2, which gives me the best coverage.

£13 per month , unlimited calls , text and data on three , including 5G and roaming internationally .
I was on that tarrif for about a year and a half but found 3 absolutely rubbish (coverage). Mine was a 50% off 1 month rolling contract so I could cancel at anytime, which I did at the start of the covid-19 pandemic.
 

Lustral

Active Member
Currently on Sky Mobile £5 a month with 10GB data and unlimited calls/texts @50% off. Very happy as they use O2, which gives me the best coverage.


I was on that tarrif for about a year and a half but found 3 absolutely rubbish (coverage). Mine was a 50% off 1 month rolling contract so I could cancel at anytime, which I did at the start of the covid-19 pandemic.
I guess it depends where you are located ... but im in an area that seems to get good signal.

I tested the 3 signal with those free data sims that you can get from them and it seems to be ok.
 

Stu75

Active Member
I've been with all the networks and the only one I would never use again is 3.
The worst reception and a total mess spending hours on calls with customer service.
 

Van Dam

Distinguished Member
I guess it depends where you are located ... but im in an area that seems to get good signal.

I tested the 3 signal with those free data sims that you can get from them and it seems to be ok.
It was ok when I was in London or Manchester but when I was on the train there was awful or no coverage at all with 3. With EE/ O2 etc. I never had that problem!
 

Lustral

Active Member
I have been with Vodafone , O2 , EE and now trying out 3.

I rarely go on the trains , mostly just driving , hopefully it is good enough to use Waze on .
 

BMox81

Distinguished Member
Currently on Three, but looking to move to EE/BT.
 

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