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Old 01-07-2010, 08:22 PM
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Unlimited data in the uk is dead, many users like myself have to change their habits, do you really need to open that email with attchments? Things are changing and in that climate this is relevant.
Not many people. 99% of data users got through a max of 200MB per month, the vast majority of those under 100MB.

It was the 1% that caused the problem. They should be paying more.

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Old 02-07-2010, 09:01 AM
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1% my ass don't listen to these crooks, if it was only 1% they wouldn't be going out of there way to change things.
truth is with this new craze for twitter uploading pictures to facebook etc non geeks are using more and more data and they can see the
They advertise they smartphones a mobile interent devices they want you to rinse your data allowances and they want you too pay more for more, their a business.

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Old 02-07-2010, 05:13 PM
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1% my ass don't listen to these crooks, if it was only 1% they wouldn't be going out of there way to change things.
truth is with this new craze for twitter uploading pictures to facebook etc non geeks are using more and more data and they can see the
They advertise they smartphones a mobile interent devices they want you to rinse your data allowances and they want you too pay more for more, their a business.
despite the atrocious grammar mistakes, i agree with this.
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Old 03-07-2010, 01:32 PM
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sorry mate, wrote that on the bus, but you got the point.

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Old 03-07-2010, 09:32 PM
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No, it is the 1% selfish people tethering and downloading movies etc. Uploading pics to facebook is no big deal, compared to them. You can do plenty of uploading of pictures and still get nowhere near 100MB, that's exactly what I do.

Gadget freak is way off the mark.

If the big users pay more then that's fine by me. For the sake of fairness, cap those selfish wankers.

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Old 05-07-2010, 11:34 AM
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If the networks sell unlimited why is it selfish to use it? i find that bizzarre.

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Unlimited is still around...

Not sure why people are saying unlimited in UK is dead.

I use GiffGaff (O2 virtual operator) and they offer a genuinely unlimited option. Unless you mean for tethering. So you can download and upload as much movies/music as you want and they wont complain...

It's 10 a month for unlimited internet + 100 mins + unlimited text a month.

At the moment, they have free 100MB a Day (yes a day) until October without buying anything other than an initial 10 topup.

Check them out...

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http://giffgaff.com/?campaignId=A-zuberb

Or you can make save some money/get some free credit from my signiture link...

Zuber

Order your new giffgaff sim from www.sim-shop.co.uk and get an extra 5 credit and cashback !

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This has nothing to do with the evolution of the web or personal preferences. It is just another predictable step in the age-old progression of governments to restrict the flow of information to the public. It's much easier for them to do their dirty work without the world watching.
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