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  1. #1
    OM
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    T Mobile have a PC card at about 20 a month for unlimited use.
    Can someone tell me what 'unlimited' means?
    I can't find it on their website.

    Thanks.


    OM




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  2. #2
    Harry
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    Re: T Mobile unlimited PC card.


    "OM" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    T Mobile have a PC card at about 20 a month for unlimited use.
    Can someone tell me what 'unlimited' means?
    I can't find it on their website.

    Thanks.


    OM

    *To ensure a high quality of service for all our customers, a fair use
    policy applies. T-Mobile defines fair use as total UK data use (both sent
    and received) of up to 2GB per month. T-Mobile may contact customers who
    exceed this volume of data in two (or more) consecutive months in any six
    month period to ask them to reduce their usage. If usage is not reduced,
    notice may be given, after which network protection controls may be applied
    which will result in a reduced speed of transmission. Use of Voice over
    Internet Protocol and Messaging over Internet Protocol is prohibited by
    T-Mobile. If use of either or both of these services is detected T-Mobile
    may terminate all contracts with the customer and disconnect any SIM cards
    and/or web 'n' walk cards from the T-Mobile network.







  3. #3
    Mike White
    Guest

    Re: T Mobile unlimited PC card.


    "> Can someone tell me what 'unlimited' means?
    > I can't find it on their website.
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    >
    > OM
    >
    > *To ensure a high quality of service for all our customers, a fair use
    > policy applies. T-Mobile defines fair use as total UK data use (both sent
    > and received) of up to 2GB per month. T-Mobile may contact customers who
    > exceed this volume of data in two (or more) consecutive months in any six
    > month period to ask them to reduce their usage. If usage is not reduced,
    > notice may be given, after which network protection controls may be
    > applied which will result in a reduced speed of transmission. Use of Voice
    > over Internet Protocol and Messaging over Internet Protocol is prohibited
    > by T-Mobile. If use of either or both of these services is detected
    > T-Mobile may terminate all contracts with the customer and disconnect any
    > SIM cards and/or web 'n' walk cards from the T-Mobile network.
    >
    >
    >
    >


    I found that bit, what I couldn't see was if the card allows unlimited
    access to 2g if out of a 3g area?

    Mike





  4. #4
    Colin Forrester
    Guest

    Re: T Mobile unlimited PC card.

    Mike White wrote:
    > "> Can someone tell me what 'unlimited' means?
    >> I can't find it on their website.
    >>
    >> Thanks.
    >>
    >>
    >> OM
    >>
    >> *To ensure a high quality of service for all our customers, a fair use
    >> policy applies. T-Mobile defines fair use as total UK data use (both sent
    >> and received) of up to 2GB per month. T-Mobile may contact customers who
    >> exceed this volume of data in two (or more) consecutive months in any six
    >> month period to ask them to reduce their usage. If usage is not reduced,
    >> notice may be given, after which network protection controls may be
    >> applied which will result in a reduced speed of transmission. Use of Voice
    >> over Internet Protocol and Messaging over Internet Protocol is prohibited
    >> by T-Mobile. If use of either or both of these services is detected
    >> T-Mobile may terminate all contracts with the customer and disconnect any
    >> SIM cards and/or web 'n' walk cards from the T-Mobile network.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >
    > I found that bit, what I couldn't see was if the card allows unlimited
    > access to 2g if out of a 3g area?


    I have taken the 2Gb limit to be data - irrespective of whether it
    arrives using GPRS, EDGE, 3G or HSDPA. There is nothing to suggest
    otherwise.

    However the agreement that actually comes with the card and is referred
    to on the order form does not include any such limit. It might be easy
    to argue that the limit does not actually form a part of the contract -
    at least the first time they impose "network protection". No mention
    in the contract of VoIP either. It would of been easy for them to
    include these two restrictions in the contract but they haven't bothered
    for some reason.



  5. #5
    Mike White
    Guest

    Re: T Mobile unlimited PC card.


    "Colin Forrester" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Mike White wrote:
    >> I found that bit, what I couldn't see was if the card allows unlimited
    >> access to 2g if out of a 3g area?

    >
    > I have taken the 2Gb limit to be data - irrespective of whether it arrives
    > using GPRS, EDGE, 3G or HSDPA. There is nothing to suggest otherwise.
    >
    > However the agreement that actually comes with the card and is referred to
    > on the order form does not include any such limit. It might be easy to
    > argue that the limit does not actually form a part of the contract - at
    > least the first time they impose "network protection". No mention in the
    > contract of VoIP either. It would of been easy for them to include these
    > two restrictions in the contract but they haven't bothered for some
    > reason.


    Thanks for that. I wonder if you can pick them up "in store" or have to mail
    order?

    Mike





  6. #6
    Colin Forrester
    Guest

    Re: T Mobile unlimited PC card.

    Mike White wrote:
    > "Colin Forrester" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Mike White wrote:
    >>> I found that bit, what I couldn't see was if the card allows unlimited
    >>> access to 2g if out of a 3g area?

    >> I have taken the 2Gb limit to be data - irrespective of whether it arrives
    >> using GPRS, EDGE, 3G or HSDPA. There is nothing to suggest otherwise.
    >>
    >> However the agreement that actually comes with the card and is referred to
    >> on the order form does not include any such limit. It might be easy to
    >> argue that the limit does not actually form a part of the contract - at
    >> least the first time they impose "network protection". No mention in the
    >> contract of VoIP either. It would of been easy for them to include these
    >> two restrictions in the contract but they haven't bothered for some
    >> reason.

    >
    > Thanks for that. I wonder if you can pick them up "in store" or have to mail
    > order?


    If you mean the card - either is possible. Online was just easier than
    facing someone in a shirt and tie.



  7. #7
    David R
    Guest

    Re: T Mobile unlimited PC card.

    "Colin Forrester" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >>> However the agreement that actually comes with the card and is referred
    >>> to on the order form does not include any such limit. It might be easy
    >>> to argue that the limit does not actually form a part of the contract -
    >>> at least the first time they impose "network protection". No mention
    >>> in the contract of VoIP either. It would of been easy for them to
    >>> include these two restrictions in the contract but they haven't bothered
    >>> for some reason.

    >>
    >> Thanks for that. I wonder if you can pick them up "in store" or have to
    >> mail order?

    >
    > If you mean the card - either is possible. Online was just easier than
    > facing someone in a shirt and tie...


    ....who talks ****, and has skin of a strangely orange appearance.





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