- 25-04-2012, 13:40 #11
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
Funnily enough they are owned by O2; not known for their generous data allowances!
- 25-04-2012, 13:40 #12
I use a 3 dongle no problems & if I'm out of credit I just connect my mobile to the lappy also with no problem. The irony is my mobile is with Asda which uses Vodamoan as the carrier but cheaper.Qui cum canibus concumbunt cum pulicibus surgent.
- 25-04-2012, 14:11 #13
I used to have a vodafone dongle. £15 quid a month for 3gig of download... The problem arises when you go past that 'limit'. They then charge a further £15 for ever G you go past... Sometimes ended up shelling out £60 a month for what was, in all essence, a fucking useless 'broadband' connection.
Robbing cunts. Ditched them and got the full BT package (broadband, telly, phone) for about £30 a month instead.Blackadder: A man may fight for many things. His country, his friends, his principles, the glistening tear on the cheek of a golden child. But personally, I'd mud-wrestle my own mother for a ton of cash, an amusing clock and a sack of French porn.
- 25-04-2012, 14:13 #14
- 25-04-2012, 14:18 #15
It's not really Vodafone's fault you've used all your credit, is it?
- 25-04-2012, 14:45 #16
There is no question so obviously stupid that it prevents one supposedly intelligent human from asking it of another.
- Join Date
- Nov 2006
- No longer six inches up the arsehole of England
Likewise, there is no human problem that cannot be solved by the correct application of the appropriate quantity of high explosive, the suitable quantity being derived by the Formula P, where P = "plenty"
Nobody ever imagined a bunch of Orcs would steal a database table...
- 25-04-2012, 14:48 #17
The question that springs to my mind is, "Little tony's gogo bar", is that a .com or what?
Sent from my laptop by way of a 3 year old vodamoan dongle that has never let me down.If I had known then what I know now, I wouldn't have made the mistake that taught me what I know now, but didn't know then.