Im looking at going on a mobile phone plan. I spend about 50 bucks atm on Optus Pre Paid and i hate having to buy credit.
So whats the best plan out there? was looking at a NEC from 3, 0 dollars up front, 33 a month with 150 free SMS (or 33 call credit....or a combo of both im lead to believe) im a bit of a SMS addict so this is looking the best deal thus far..
My friend got an NEC video phone on the 3 network. At first they were offering phones at half price for outright purchase. He got that and usually pays no more than $20 a month - no contract - he only pays for what he uses. He paid less than $400 for the phone. The video call support is patchy in many suburban areas. Our house which is about 30km from the city is in a 200x200 metre area that is supported.
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i think the main problem with 3 is where you get service (or the lack of it!)
one of my friends is with them and lives in a suburb of melb - cant even talk on her phone in her house, has to go outside, and even then its pretty sketchy...
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I work with a girl who used to be employed by 3. She filled me in on wh their service is shiteful. They hired these guys to test their network by driving around major cities and making 1000 calls over a 3 day period. During this time they were put up in 5 star hotels, at each major city in every state. Instead of making these calls however these guys went to the pub and pissed it up! Very Aussie but explains the lack of a reliable network LOL!
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