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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:15 pm 
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february 06
bt phone line........10.99
aol broad band ---24.99
tele2uk calls--------3.39
total ---------------39.37
broad band s--l--o--w
phone unlimited local
mobile doesnt excsist :lol:

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200 mins on my mobile
500 thingies off internet on my mobile :lol:
unlimited texts what ever they are
30/10 fibre optic
all for £25
home phone unlimited to landline and mobile would be another £7.50 but gave that a miss as i use perhaps 30 mobile mins on a bad month

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Be careful how you use those '500 thingies', you could get scorch marks. :lol:

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Gadget wrote:
Be careful how you use those '500 thingies', you could get scorch marks. :lol:

yes got a few today :lol:
used 3 this month and no calls but loads off watsapp :lol:

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Did you know, WhatsApp uses your "thingies" (Honest)

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Did you know, WhatsApp uses your "thingies" (Honest)

they are unlimmited so didnt mention them :lol:

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I'm on 4G only at the moment (no land line), and thankfully that too has changed massively over recent years. For light users with a strong signal, it could even be pretty good value now (not so good if you use much data though).

I remember my first semi-smart phone costing me nearly £8 in data charges even just to update the browser app, I couldn't afford to actually use it! :lol:

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mobile doesnt excsist :lol:

I bought my Nokia "Mars bar" as long ago as 1995. Were you lot still on smoke signals back then?

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i remember mid 80s when a mobile was a massive battery over the shoulder and a large phone handset with a cord to the battery about the size off perhaps 3 or maybe 4 house bricks stacked on top off each other as the size and the calls where about £3 for 3 mins :shock: :lol:

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That would be a "transportable phone" I had one.

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yep thats the sort lol

only ever had one mobile-phone its only ever been a rare point for phone contact over the last 4 years yes whats app and the odd text with many pictures but phone calls are perhaps an average 5 a month with 200 available virtually no internet usage :lol: perhaps 5 off 500 available

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