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sorry to the OP for the thread hijack by the last 2 posters!

 

Id say Vodafone as thats what I use but I'm sure each has their favourite.

 

As I promised I wouldn't use any more bad language today, so figured the OP was better served by others. As a family this summer were are no longer giving the lying, stealing con-merchants any money and are strictly a o2/orange household.

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The advantage of vodafone is if youre in a non signal area but have broadband, ie perhaps where youre living when you get here, you can get a sure signal box for about £50 that uses your broadband for a 3g signal

 

Why pay £50? Better networks don't disable UMA or charge you for using it!

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Why pay £50? Better networks don't disable UMA or charge you for using it!

 

because when you are out of range of a suitable wifi router for UMA you are then reliant on the normal transmitter coverage, leaving you looking for an orange or t mobile signal

 

Not to mention having to have a wifi phone and have that option switched on all the time, draining the battery

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