orange or vodafone datacaps compared to o2?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by davidjtaylor07, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. davidjtaylor07 macrumors member

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    hi i am currently out of my o2 contract and am currently on their sim only deal, now i am considering moving to either vodafone or orange, but the thing is how rigorously do they enforce their datacaps? the thing is i have a slingbox setup and up now have had no problems with o2 regarding data useage on 3g, i do realize that both vodafone and orange have superior networks but will i be disadvanged by their megre datacaps? any thoughts?
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  2. Internaut macrumors 6502a

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    When I bought my 3GS from the Orange shop, they described the limit as a soft limit and explained that Orange would only take action against repeat offenders. Orange also supply access to BT hot spots (same limit as 3G data).
     
  3. SAFC2403 macrumors member

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    if you're out of contract with o2 look at the iphone simplicity tariff. much better than what either orange or vodafon can offer pricewise. I was on the lowest iphone tariff and that was 30 quid a month and i now get more mins and texts for 20 quid.
     
  4. charltonx macrumors member

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    I switched to Vodafone because I never go anywhere near the 500mb limit they set on their sim only deal, but I asked the guy about the limit and he said they weren't strict on it at all, but then he was trying to sell me the deal; all I can say is I've never met or heard of anybody on Vodafone that have had a warning about excessive data usage.

    Be warned though if you use it, Vodafone's deals do not include MMS like O2, I've had to pay an extra £2 a month for 50 MMS; I've also got the £35/month iPhone deal with Vodafone that the GF uses and even that doesn't include MMS, which is shabby if you use it.
     
  5. androiphone macrumors 65816

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    look into 3 mobile, 1GB of data is only £5 and they allow it for everything and won't try to cut off stuff like iplayer or youtube, every deal comes out cheeper than O2, orange or vodafone
     

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