This machine needs to be networked which is why the update is important, but we have non-networked machines connected to lab equipment happily running Windows 98!
I'm currently using a Note 2 on Giff Gaff. Very happy with the phone, network & tariff. I'm on there £12/mo unlimited data (but no tethering), unlimited text and a 100 mins.
The truly unlimited data including tethering on Three is very appealing. Add in the free 4G (which they actually have in Leicester, although not near home, work or the city centre so will probably stick with the non-LTE Not 2 for now) and the international roaming it's looking better and better. So what I need help with is should I...
1. Stick with what you've got. Giff Gaff will release there 4G plans soon so just risk the rumours of the unlimited tethering on three going are false?
2. Move over to the Three One plan SIM only (my note 2 is SIM free) at £20/mo for 12 months.
3. Move over to the Three One plan with a Lumia 925 for £28/mo over 24 months. The Phone is then £192. I can sell my L 620 to a guy at work easy enough so it's even less than that.
4. Wait to see what happens at MWC (but you can be waiting for next tech forever!)
So, what do you think? Vote with +1's in the comments or if you have a better idea I'm happy to hear it.
- University of Leicester2003 - present
- University of LeedsBSc (hons) Biochemistry w/ Medical Biochem, 1996 - 1999
- University of LeicesterMSc Molecular Pathology & Toxicology, 1999 - 2000
- University of LeicesterPhD Molecular Pathology of Breast Cancer, 2000 - 2005
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