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Best network to move to..

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2014/10/04 14:59:25 (permalink)

Best network to move to..

Hi hope everyone's well.

Currently using an iphone 4 but my sisters boyfriend has just sold me his iphone 5S.

I've been on O2 for years now on a £15 a month tarrif which gives me 500mb data and unlimited texts but no minutes and my credit drains rapidly so want to move network.

Does anyone know any decent tariffs or can recommend a decent network.?

I like the idea of EE as definitely want to be able to use 4G.

Also heard good things about GiffGaff..

Thanks a lot guys,

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    Re: Best network to move to.. 2014/10/04 15:34:14 (permalink)
    Go with whoever has the best reception in your area. This should be your main priority as it's no use having a great tariff if your signal is poor.

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    Re: Best network to move to.. 2014/10/04 15:36:24 (permalink)
    EE has the best 2g, 3g & 4g signal for almost every city in the UK.
     
    Plus EE is using LTE 1800. So, its already won the battle.
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    Re: Best network to move to.. 2014/10/04 15:55:08 (permalink)
    Definitely check that 4g is available in your area if that's what you want to utilise... otherwise if O2 don't match what you find when you ask for your PAC just go with whoever gets you the service you want, they pretty much all offer something around the £10pm mark for unltd txt and calls mark and 1gb data+ give or take a bit

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    Re: Best network to move to.. 2014/10/04 16:04:31 (permalink)
    This. Think of where you spend most of your time and look into what the most reliable network there is.
     
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    Go with whoever has the best reception in your area. This should be your main priority as it's no use having a great tariff if your signal is poor.



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