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- trying to leave Three was a lengthy experience (with multiple discounts among the way). Though trying to get a home femtocell to boost home reception was a nightmare (before they introduced their wifi calling app). However, Three used to be better value than competitors, and offer all you could eat data at a decent price and work in numerous countries. I've gone for £12/month with BT (with a £90 voucher) for 6gb of data which is enough for my needs for the time being (and the signal strength is better than I get with Three - at home, at work and whilst commuting!).51w
- I managed to leave three mid contract because someone admitted to me that they had to many new customers than they could cope with which made the bandwidth to stretched in my postcode. So I left mid contract with no penalties. Just had to send them my phone back. Didn't mind as it was not a good phone. Some old Samsung on android 2.3 I think. That is when I went to using lumias. My first was the 900 and many others since. But now I am about circle and back on android. It is so much better than I remember from years gone by.51w
- my wife and daughter had a wildfire. Nice phone that was crippled by low memory restrictions. That was the case for a lot of android phones of that era . I remember having to unistall apps so I could make room for another one.51w
- I have a sim only account with unlimited data unlimited texts unlimited calls, £22 month 8gb tethering (hardly use it tbh) love the service, no complaints from me.51w
- The most interesting iphone X deals that I saw were:
Virgin Mobile is offering the iPhone X for £40 with no upfront fee, which gets you 5GB of monthly data. £43 per month gets you 8GB of monthly data, while £46 per month provides 40GB. But this was for 36 months.
And for a hefty upfront fee but 12 month contract, from Vodafone at £20/month:51w
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