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Topic # 139228 1-Feb-2014 10:09 Send private message

I'm looking for the cheapest way to get bulk mobile data. Currently I am using a 2Degrees 12GB Zone Pack for $99.

Is there a cheaper way to get mobile data?

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  Reply # 978443 1-Feb-2014 10:15 Send private message

that's the cheapest

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  Reply # 978492 1-Feb-2014 12:26 Send private message

It really depends what your requirements are.

3G? 4G? Nationwide coverage? or just within a particular area?

The 2d plan is the cheapest, but you can get 3 month and 6 month options on Vodafone that offer nationwide coverage and 4G.


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  Reply # 978534 1-Feb-2014 14:56 Send private message

Vodafone does 3GB that last 3 months and 5GB 6 months national data




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  Reply # 978535 1-Feb-2014 15:00 Send private message

Is this for a fixed connection, or one you will take different places?




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  Reply # 978536 1-Feb-2014 15:03 Send private message

How 'mobile' do you need it.
Telecom do 30GB of wifi data per month for $10, but obviously you need to be in range of the hotspots, of which there are about 1000

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  Reply # 978742 2-Feb-2014 08:46 Send private message

I am staying in one location and want to share the data via a mobile access point - which I already have.

Unfortunately the location I am in is close to a Telecom tower but not a mobile hot spot.

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