pjam001, on May 20 2009, 16:39, said:
Forgot it was unlimited. Is it a past deal that just happens to be lurking around still? (someones forgotten to remove it?)
The router would be great, whether within the van or not. If I do go down the "mobile broadband" route I'll certainly look to get one of those.
How long have you been using that link Paul, BB for £5 per month rather than £20/month + £10/month line rental would be great.
To Paul, et al...
Just to say a great big thank you, especially to YOU PAUL, for spotting and sharing this, and of course, the secret Internet Monthly Deal link.
Just to inform you all, I ordered one of these dongles yesterday, after seeing the excellent offer.
I have 50MB BB here at home, and at both my parents, they have the net and wi-fi too, so my sons can go online with their laptop, if they stay at Grandparents houses, so it never justified a CONTRACT Mobile Broadband deal before.
Going on holiday to a few UK places over the course of the summer however, I thought this would be IDEAL for the kids, to go online while on holiday.
So just to let you know, it arrived today, and I set it up, and created a "My 3" account.
After doing so, and adding a Debit Card for Top-Ups, and thus charged £10 (that is for credit rest assured), I was then overjoyed to log back in using the link Paul included above, that I had already saved as a bookmark, and then be greeted with "Do you wish to buy the Internet Monthly option at a cost of £5
Too Right I did - not that I need it just now, but I thought it gives me bargaining power if in future 3 claim there is no such thing - I can now say, "so how the hell have I ordered it before, as you can see from my account?".
Therefore, I mention this, so that you all know, that as a NEW Customer, there is no option for this bundle in "My Account", BUT, if you follow the link direct, as I have done, it does indeed take you to the hidden monthly internet option,a t only £5
Furthermore, once bought, the usage limit tells me "Fair Use" - that is, just like Paul says, it doesn't have a set cap, as such, but is open to fair use, as long as you don't abuse it.
Thanks Paul, and all!"