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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by shuffles, Mar 13, 2008.
Who in Ireland is gonna buy it?
Is it green?
just kidding, but your thread title is funny.
Of course it is.
Nope. Currently it represents a bad deal, and my N95 8G does a lot more for less.
Wirelessly posted (Nokia N70-3 Ireland-Opera: Opera/8.01 (J2ME/MIDP; Opera Mini/3.1.8295/1724; en; U; ssr))
Got a 32gb touch three weeks ago
The main reason I'm not getting an iphone yet is because of no 3g support.
I'm pretty sure theres no Edge networks in ireland either.
I'll be getting an iPhone but not the ones on sale here in Ireland. Far to expensive and o2 are s***
Out of interest, who is the best network in Ireland?
reasons? Is meteor a budget network?
Vodafone has better quality service, great customer care, reasonable price plans and data plans. I also think it has the best coverage in the country
Didn't o2 ireland used to be part of Eirecomm? or am I confusing this? Which is the biggest network in ireland judging by subscribers.
Vodafone was once Eircell which was part of Eircom or then Telecom Eireann. Now Meteor is owned by Eircom. Meteor is a good network but lacks proper internet services.
And Vodafone is the biggest network here Don't know the exact numbers.
Meteor is a student style network yeah? Good pre pay deals etc? Sorry for all this I am quite interested in the cell network systems.
Yeah pretty much
A mate of mine moved to Meteor and said he missed the level of service he got from O2 . (To the uninitiated, O2 are rubbish for customer service).
Meteor must be pretty bad if that's true.
I wonder if anyone has tried getting the iPhone here and asked to set up the O2 account "later". In other words, bought it without the bill so you could hack it.
I'd love to be able to do it, purchase it without a bill like you can in UK and US.
Say it's a "present". God i wish i knew someone working in O2 now