abroadband abroad?

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  1. Welsh girl

    Welsh girl Funster Life Member

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    One price: € 0,59/MB – everywhere


    EXPENSIVE.........:cry::cry:

    Even using my UK Vodafone contract I get 25 mb for £2 in most European countries, that = £0.08/MB, and I think that's expensive. Just reset your data counters and keep an eye on the consumption.

    I use local sim cards wherever possible.

    Eg T-Mobile NL, €2.50 per day unlimited, ok, speed limited to 384 kb/s but u can leave it connected all day. Great when in Holland.:thumb:
     
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    For online banking we use the local library, up until now its been free and secure, maybe limited to 20 minutes, if you happen to go at a peak time.:thumb:
     
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    I always thought that a library was a place to avoid for online banking??? I always clear my tracks when using library for my emails but have never accessed banking in the library because I thought they were not safe??
     
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    I think the Data Traveller from Vodafone is also available on a monthly basis at £10 a month. If your on an expensive contract of £40 a month its free. I called them and asked if you could switch it on for just a month or two and they told me you can.
     
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    I would never use a public computer for banking either.. nor a public wifi
     
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