DiviLuvva wrote: when I'm away for several weeks in Tenerife).
It used to think it was in England when I was in Tenerife, which worked well, but has Brexit changed that?
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JohnB wrote:I never understand why when people ask questions about payg, the answers include monthly tariffs. The reason I stick with Three's 3-2-1 is while 1p/Mb for data is now very high compared with bundles, I find my £5 top-ups last nearly a month, so my costs really are low.
didds wrote:JohnB wrote:I never understand why when people ask questions about payg, the answers include monthly tariffs. The reason I stick with Three's 3-2-1 is while 1p/Mb for data is now very high compared with bundles, I find my £5 top-ups last nearly a month, so my costs really are low.
because i have a 2nd hand phone that would be useful to have "online" for calls ... at least to receive them (and possibly emergency use but its not the only perceived use). Im not interested in spending £60 a year every year to enable that - YMMV.
IF there is a way to spend the barest minium to enable that - that's what Im interested in. If the answer is "cant be done" then Ill chuck the phone in the bin.
GeoffF100 wrote:I have moved from 3 to 1p. It was better than I expected. I ported my number without any hitch. I did not even have to ring 3. I can get my credit by ringing 150. I had to login to do that with 3, and even then I did not get an itemised bill. I do get one with 1p. I have been able to turn voicemail off. They text me two weeks before 120 days is up. Crediting another £10 extends the deadline by another 120 days. I have been able to turn off "top up by text". As far as I am concerned, one on the benefits of PAYG is that my liability is limited if someone hacks into my phone. Topping up via the website on another device is much more confidence inspiring. 1p is not just the cheapest. It is on the best network, and so far the customer experience has been very good.
Stompa wrote:FWIW Asda seem to have reduced their PAYG rates from 845 to 444.
swill453 wrote:Giffgaff has 3GB for £10 I think.
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