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Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by ShovelHead84, Feb 1, 2007.
Canada: CDN$55/month for 2 phones free calling between phones.
25 cents a minute prepaid on one phone
15 cents a minute prepaid on the other,
I dont use them enough to justify getting a montly plan, seriously a $10 top up lasts me two months.
£20 per month
25 or 30 cent prepaid but i hardly use it anyway
my sister pays 5 a month, 5 cent per minute and 1000 free text messages
€35 pm for 2,000 off peak minutes (6pm-8am and all weekend) to own network and landlines and 100 texts. After that 30c per minute for non-international calls.
ukp 30 per month
300 any network, any time minutes
700 any time any network texts
includes calls to 0845/0870 numbers within contract minutes (many don't and these calls get pricy)
'free' voicemail (turned off)
oh and a k800i phone. (not locked down or restricted in function, just tied to o2)
18 month contract, no problems with it as yet
location: uk, provider: o2
£25/month although I'm about to change my package as the current one doesn't give me any free international minutes or text messages.
£45 for 400 minutes and 1150 texts.
My family pays $120/month for 5 phones sharing 1000 anytime minutes, free nights and weekends, free calls to network, and free calls/texts to ten people in other networks all with national home calling.
£37.50/month (around $75) on T-Mobile.
That's for 150 minutes, 600 texts and unlimited data (including modem usage). Can also use HSDPA for data, so I can get a 1.8mbit net connection wherever.
Where I live...
Prepaid, which is practically the same as post-paid:
$.10 a minute to other same-network mobiles
$.15 a minute to cross-network mobiles
$.20 a minute to fixed lines
£35 a month (£17.50 for first 6 months (in 2nd month)), 700 any network, anytime minutes, 250 texts, £5 worth of downloads and free usage of msn messenger.
Thats the the 3 network and came with a Sony Ericcsson K800i.