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everett_psycho

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At this price I think a three mifi would be much better value for money and pretty much the same speed on a tested network. I for one will be passing on this until the others come to market and drive the prices down a bit

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So the main selling point of LTE is the speed, how long would it take you to use your 500mb allowance at EE much advertised speeds?

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You would only get 17MB a day., And they are apparently capping speeds to 12Mbps.

So extremely quick. 17MB a day is fine for 2g.

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Infact 1 speedtest with the speedtest.net app would use more than 17MB in one go.

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I can't help thinking that how much data you use will inevitably go up as speeds increase.

Also I thought one of the benefits of LTE for operators was that they could handle traffic and volume more cheaply? Surely that ought to flow through to pricing structures

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