Basic web browsing should work with a basic data package. Certain apps and things like BBM and the instant email service won’t function without it.Posted 6 years ago
A monthly plan would usually include it as an additional chargeable service and the sales person should make this clear for obvious reasons. No mobile phone sales person that knows their job would sell a Blackberry without the service, at least not unless they explicitly explained what it was and the customer was clear what they were and weren’t taking.
Most networks offer a PAYG booster if you are on a PAYG plan, usually £5 per month, some include reasonable amounts of data, some need additional data to be purchased as well.
T-Mobile for example charge £5 for a month on PAYG including 500mb of data (FUP with no run rates) or £20 for 6 months.
3 Charge £5 as well for a month and you get 1Gb of data AFAIK.
Im getting it all second hand, but I think he bought the phone sim free on amazon, then got a sim deal from 3 that gave him an allowance of calls, texts and data. However when he tried to go online it wouldnt work, and he got directed to a page which got him to agree to the £5 charge. Then when he looked at his account tye £5 had been taken off his £15 credit. What I cant work out is, if he bought a £15 plan, why did he have £15 credit balance, on my plan I pay a tenner a month for my plan, but my credit is zero ( android on giffgaff)Posted 6 years ago
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