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Foo

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  # 439278 14-Feb-2011 14:27
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Another suggestion is to install the Opera Mini browser. It can dramatically reduce the size of web pages and is highly optimised for mobile browsing.

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  # 441742 20-Feb-2011 21:00
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I have done test doing the same task over a week, 2 degrees seem to last longer than vodafone.. so 50mb will last a bit

 
 
 
 


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  # 442648 23-Feb-2011 09:42
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Pretty much all I do is check plain text emails. 50mb would last me 3 months even with downloading the occasional app

Unfortunately the 50mb expires every month :( :(

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  # 442975 24-Feb-2011 10:36
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mejobloggs: Pretty much all I do is check plain text emails. 50mb would last me 3 months even with downloading the occasional app 


email only ? How dull  minus 2 geek points for you, Sir  :D

I love to browse tech blogs/forums on the move (not driving of course)

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  # 442990 24-Feb-2011 11:09
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What? You leave your desk and go outside?

minus 1 million geek points :p lol jks

Gmail blocked at work, so use my phone.

My screen is a bit small to bother doing much else. Forums are especially annoying. Probably use a lot more net when I upgrade phone

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  # 443015 24-Feb-2011 12:04
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If, like me, you have wifi at home and work, and those are the two places you spend the majority of your time, then 50MB will probably last you quite a long time.

Foo

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  # 443036 24-Feb-2011 13:14
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NonprayingMantis: If, like me, you have wifi at home and work, and those are the two places you spend the majority of your time, then 50MB will probably last you quite a long time.


I misread that as "If, like me, you have a wife at home and work..." Laughing 

 
 
 
 


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  # 443055 24-Feb-2011 14:39
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Foo:
I misread that as "If, like me, you have a wife at home and work..." Laughing 


If you have a wife at home and work, then a small data pack is the least of your worries!




iPad Pro 11" + iPhone XS + 2degrees 4tw!

 

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  # 443057 24-Feb-2011 14:40
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And anyway, it's not the size of your pack, it's what you use it for.

//Couldn't resist, I'm so sorry.




iPad Pro 11" + iPhone XS + 2degrees 4tw!

 

These comments are my own and do not represent the opinions of 2degrees.


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  # 443104 24-Feb-2011 16:34
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SaltyNZ: And anyway, it's not the size of your pack, it's what you use it for.

//Couldn't resist, I'm so sorry.


the last thing you want to hear when talking about about the size of your pack is the word 'mega-bite'

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