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Mobile Internet

Postby Silas » Sun Feb 13, 2011 4:05 pm

Has anyone come across this provider?

http://www.abroadband.com/en/GB/home?gc ... fAodfESbdQ

Looks good but can't find any customer reviews.

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Re: Mobile Internet

Postby joncris » Sun Feb 13, 2011 9:50 pm

Silas wrote:Has anyone come across this provider?

http://www.abroadband.com/en/GB/home?gc ... fAodfESbdQ

Looks good but can't find any customer reviews.

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Looks great but one thing concerns me they claim that by buying on line they are granting you a 14 day money back 'guarantee' At best this is misleading under the distance on-line trading rules they HAVE to give you 14 days to cancel & return the product (at their cost but thats another argument you'll have with them)

When firms express a consumers rights as being in their gift it worries me it make me wonder just how honest their claims are
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Postby turtleboy » Mon Feb 14, 2011 8:52 am

Never heard of them. I would worry me that the provider seems to be American as the price is listed primarily in Dollars. Which means they're more than likely piggybacking on the back of a UK network anyway. Plenty of UK providers to choose from.

I use 3 mobile and get 15 GB dowloads and browsing for £15 a month. It's a bit hit and miss at times but mostly works well and has a decent level of coverage.
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Postby Silas » Mon Feb 14, 2011 11:27 am

Many thanks

They are brand new product / service so no reviews. I'll monitor.

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Postby joncris » Mon Feb 14, 2011 11:30 am

I use Vodaphone & 3G PAYG which suits my usage & being PAYG tends to make me think about the cost thereby curbing my use
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