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i have an ubiquio501 now, and the kaiser is arriving tomorrow morning.

do i need web and walk or fax & data plus for 3g?

if its web and walk, which option :

web 'n' walk Max option

web'n'walk handset option

web 'n' walk Plus option

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What are you using 3g for.

Video calling? You need none of those.

1gb of web browsing and email a month: Web and Walk £7.99

3gb of web browsing/anything internet/laptop use/NOT voip: Web and Walk Plus £12.99

large amount of everything and VoIP :( : Web and Walk Max: Don't know. ;)

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What are you using 3g for.

Video calling? You need none of those.

1gb of web browsing and email a month: Web and Walk £7.99

3gb of web browsing/anything internet/laptop use/NOT voip: Web and Walk Plus £12.99

large amount of everything and VoIP :D : Web and Walk Max: Don't know. ;)

thank you, i will go with normal web and walk i think, i only need it for skype and the occasional web browsing when in classes :(

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Guest Stuart_f
thank you, i will go with normal web and walk i think, i only need it for skype and the occasional web browsing when in classes ;)

Skype is VOIP which is not allowed on normal web and walk so your choice seems a bit odd...

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hm i had web n walk during the summer and i could use voip programs, must have been the more expensive option i guess ;)

Nothing is stopping you but I think they'd get pretty annoyed if they found out :(

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T-mobile seem to now be funny about HSDPA access. They only seem to be setting this up for web 'n' walk plus.

I can never remember the exact specs but HSDPA on T-Mobile UK is meant to be 1.8 Mb/s but if you have normal web 'n' walk you only get standard standard UMTS (?) 3g speeds of something like 384Kb/s.

A few disgruntled peeps out there as they have made the change effective from 17th October so new customers not getting the faster speeds the phone is capable of.

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