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#1 Liverpool2008

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Posted 11 October 2018 - 06:40 pm

whats the difference between EE & Giffgaff please - Tesco User atm

 

as im off for a break in wales for 4 days need something decent with wifi / Data as the area is pretty low on the wifi as speed is around 4mb Down 1mb up


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#2 evo1

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Posted 11 October 2018 - 08:53 pm

Iv been on giffgaff since the start and never looked back giffgaff runs on 02 network and am sure that tesco does aswell. am sure you can cheak 02's coverage somewere on internet.

i went to north wales not long ago for a week and all round had good 4g.

 

Sorry cant give any advice on EE though.


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#3 Bandits

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Posted 12 October 2018 - 10:52 pm

I been on GiffGaff for years now just £10 monthly gives me unlimited minutes to any mobile number or landline, unlimited text and 3gb of data, happy customer.

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#4 jamesy4

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Posted 12 October 2018 - 11:30 pm

I've not been on any of those,

 

I've been with O2 and Three network though but currently with Three (4 Years Now) and only pay £12/pm for Unlimited Data/Minutes/Texts/20GB Personal Hotspot WiFi

 

But I heard GiffGaff can be good for their deals but sometimes can have it's flaws but wouldn't advice going to EE.


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