what, no mention of GiffGaff?
sim only, great bundles (from £5 per month) decent out of bundle costs (4p sms 8ppm calls to any network)
nice extras (free 0800 calls, free gg-gg calls and texts)
and totally unlimited internet...
32 posts • joined 11 Oct 2007
The regular 12 month simplicity contract, 1600 sms, 800 minutes and 'unlimited' 3G internet is £20 too... and it works great on iPhone. (Yeah, you lose the visual voicemail and tethering but still...) Plus, get it through topcashback and make some dosh while you're at it.
I mean, imagine the BLISS of banning mobile phones in, ooh, trains? Planes? and (when driving) automobiles. (A quick and safe look around on my drive down the M4 every day shows that people still do use phones when they drive...)
Perhaps the kidz of today should do without their phones for a bit longer, possibly the Tories should suggest no TXT B4 M@rij...?
If the kidz want to film happy slapping incidents after the ban, they can just use a digital camera, surely...
I *think* you'll find that's 6:02pm... No idea why, there must be a reason, but still, 6:02 it is.
A really clever hype up by Apple this, I mean, a new nokia comes out and no one really cares until their next phone upgrade... but the iPhone comes out and geeks queue up for hours...!
so, they charge you a fee because you "might use the media to copy copyright material"? So, if this is the case, scanners, printers, cameras, mobile phones, your eyes... should all have the same fee, just in case you happen to use them to pirate something...
another pointless EU law. At least the "lets have straight bananas" one was worth while, it means i can fit my sarnies, a snack AND a banana into my lunchbox...
yeah, that makes sense. "I've forgotten my password, the one i use on all my internet banking sites too" "ah yes, its FL1bble sir"
surely "OK, we've emailled you a link to change it" or "we've set up a temporary password, you'll have to change it..." would serve the customer better?
Its like saying that locksmiths should have a key to all the doors in the street incase you lose your key... which reminds me. Where are my keys...
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