Have you looked at the offering from Virgin - £20 a month for 120gb - offer ends 31 Jan.I have 2 three contracts 20gb per month on each priced £10 per month on a 12 month contract great for touring the U.K. and Europe no use at home. We have no coverage at home or I would cancel my BT internet and phone contract it’s galling having to pay £50 per month when we are away from home 7 months or more.
Just checked coverage Mel not good indoors 3G outdoors.Have you looked at the offering from Virgin - £20 a month for 120gb - offer ends 31 Jan.
I managed to get two at £18 each all singing all dancing with 100gb of data. Our local Three shop has a chalk board outside with deals posted on, it was where I spotted this deal. I went in for one at £20 and came out with 2x£18. I had a couple that could be cancelled so just changed the numbers over, it was a good deal.. I've been with Three for decades, never had any problems....It came out towards the end of last year just after we'd signed up for unlimited calls and texts and 100gb of data for £20. Fortunately for us 100gb is 3 x times what we need so still happy. I think it's in response to another provider matching our 100gb deal, in reality I doubt many people will ever go over 100gb a month.
I wonder if anyone is daft enough to buy the 100gb version for £25!
I've used go binge in EU and it didn't affect my allowance ie didn't come off the 19gb allowance. Very confused about fair usage in EU though. Its different every time we go and I get a different understanding from different 3 sales people.
I don't use Go Binge but when I looked into it a few months ago it says that so long as you have some of your EU allowance left (ie if you have a 19gb allowance abroad per month you MUST still have some left) you can use Go Binge without a problem but not sure what the 'fair usage' means so best to check the latest info on their website to see if they've changed the terms etc. The reason for you having to have some of your EU allowance left is that if you use Go Binge for a free service and then link to another chargeable service from it, that subsequent service may be a chargeable one, hence your needing some allowance left to use it.Does go binge work in EU or does Netflix come out of your 19gb?
I have 2 three contracts 20gb per month on each priced £10 per month on a 12 month contract great for touring the U.K. and Europe no use at home. We have no coverage at home or I would cancel my BT internet and phone contract it’s galling having to pay £50 per month when we are away from home 7 months or more.
Hi HH@Hils and Glenns , I was able to do that last year but it seems to have changed this year.
Binge works in all our Go Roam destinations – as long as you have regular data left in your monthly allowance, you can access the selected Go Binge services without using up your data. If you’ve no data left in your allowance you won’t be able to access Go Binge services. As with all roaming a fair use data policy applies. Within Go Roam in Europe destinations, your Go Binge usage counts towards your fair use limit of 19GB.
However, once you’ve reached this limit, any continued usage (including Go Binge) will be chargeable at our surcharge rate of up to 0.50p/MB
I read the above as the Go Binge usage comes out of your 19gb.
Its 19gb per month for 2 months (continuous) max, it used to be if you used it for more than 2 months continuously abroad it was hit and miss if the spotted this, but it may be that they are now checking more thoroughly so if you didn't use it all but had used it for the extra month, It would appear it's the extra month's usage appears to be what they have charged you for.Hi HH
I understand that. The bit that I can't get a definitive answer on is if the allowance is 19gb per month or per trip? We often go away for 3 months. I've been charged when I had 10gbs left and was told that it was because the allowance was per trip. Its quite difficult to work out usage in this case if you go away part way through a month.
Last time I was away I didn't get charged any extra.