| | 11-10-2012, 06:43 AM #5
Here's the thing, I seem to have more than £2 spare lying around each month. Heck, I could even sort it now. The only problem is the £30/mth deal lacks tethering, and I also lose 75% of my minutes, but as I never touch them anyway, that's no big deal. I think I use 50 minutes a month at most... it's the lack of tethering that could become the issue... But that's the thing, I can deal with it... all my devices are able to connect to my home network and the uni has free WiFi anyhow... Plus, it'll increase the battery tenfold! The One Plan is £4 extra a month, so £6/mth more than what I currently pay (well, £6.01 more technically, but I round up my costs to the nearest pound for simplicity). Is it worth the extra £4 just for tethering though?
Originally Posted by BellaRed
Of course, this is all worked out on the basis that my insurance is still £10.99/mth, although insurance prices have gone up to £13.99 now... if mine has risen to £13.99 as a result it actually works out £1/mth cheaper overall!