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Old 07-12-2018, 15:44
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I have an o2 SIM in my Wi-Fi device and it works perfectly well!
Snap mine too except for the O2 outage yesterday
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Old 25-03-2019, 12:19
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A quick bump for this thread

A decent enough solution on initial tests

Had been looking at all options for wifi in our van at Bunn Leisure none of which were overly appealing. Was thinking of seeing out our home BB contract then moving to BT so we could hook up on the BT wifi networks that I can see.

Brought an EE Mini Wifi from argos over the weekend for another purpose but tried it out at the van and works great.

This EE Wifi gadget is the one I got, current price £70 from £90, and comes with 24gb data and a year to use it in. Then simply top up as and when you need on PAYG.

So far so good was surfing away with out issue, downloaded a film from Amazon prime and watched an episode of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel with out issue or buffering.
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Old 25-03-2019, 12:39
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Wi-Fi is usually problematic on caravan parks. We have just had an upgrade on our park. it should be 20gb. I tested the speed and it was over 17gb. Having said that there's no problem with using my Amazon box and streaming so I'm happy. I'm not sure what it will be like in the height of the season but I will be back in Spain so it won't really affect me.
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Old 25-03-2019, 14:02
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That’s lightening fast Mosquito ..... think you mean 17mb
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Old 25-03-2019, 14:11
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If your Sites WiFi is no good and you have a Spare wifi Hub
Vodaphone is doing a great deal on 100gb Data for just £20 a month
https://www.vodafone.co.uk/mobile/be...hoC8x4QAvD_BwE
That should be enough to watch 50 films a month, Use it at the caravan or take it home when you leave

Either way is a bargain

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Thatís lightening fast Mosquito ..... think you mean 17mb
Yes, you are correct. Another senior moment. They are coming thick and fast these days.
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Old 26-03-2019, 07:55
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If you have a decent signal from Three mobile. they have a homefi offer on for £22 a month unlimited data.
But it is a 24 month contract

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Old 26-03-2019, 08:17
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There are good deals to be had if you wait for them , I got 120gb a month for £20 on a deal from virgin ... though if i’d have known Vodafone were going to offer the above deal I would have waited because it’s a better signal than virgin at our van. I had to stick up a 4g aerial for a decent virgin reception.
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