As they say on my Three guidelines contract:
Tesco, being the shite company that they are, never bothered to contact me again after ordering. So since the don't want my money, I have ordered from Three instead.
Is the all-you-can-eat data truly unlimited though? Or is there a fair use policy?
*Internet access for phone browsing only, your data usage does not include using your phone as a modem.
I do quite a LOT on my phone and my monthly payment has never once gone up; always £25 a month except the odd month or two when I sent some photo messages (which is 25p at a time) but that is to be expected!
Enjoy using Three ... I used to be with Orange and Three are genuinely a godsend in comparison.
I'm finding Android smartphones infinitely useful for all sorts of things now, so I want to make sure that when I upgrade from my Orange Desire I get a phone that can handle almost anything.
The One X is looking like the best candidate currently. I'm not sure why wi-fi tethering should cost any extra but I don't use it.
Are Three really better than Orange/T-Mobile though. I mean really? For years I've heard nothing but horror stories about Three and the Orange/T-Mobile network coverage is great.
That said, I'm completely unimpressed with Orange's online upgrade service. I sign into my account, click 'Upgrade your phone', it shows me phones I could upgrade to, I select one, then it tells me to sign into my account and click 'Upgrade your phone' so I get into an infinite loop of:
select a phone -> account view -> select a phone -> account view -> select a phone -> account view...