fieldenm wrote:Hi Holzereck.
You don't need data to use a Sat Nav, but you do need to use a downloaded Sat Nav that has a built in map. This will require a large data download (maybe over 500MB) when initially installed and again when updated. However you could do this while connected to Wi-Fi somewhere - hopefully somewhere free.
The best self-contained FREE Sat Navs I know of are Co-Pilot and Nav Free. As I said, download and update using free WiFi, then turn your data connection off.
Dave2084 wrote:Think 2G ...
holzereck wrote:I'm afraid I have no idea what GPRS or EDGE is.
holzereck wrote:Not sure if it's still the same, but Virgin used to piggy-back on T-Mobile system.
holzereck wrote:My Son was with 3 for about 3 years, with an expensive contract. When he came to cancel it (went to Oz - didn't need it) all hell was let loose. They carried on taking money from his bank, then demanded more. He received threatening letters from several Collection Agencies, who were obviously passing the case down the line. As an ex dealer, I checked his contract over & know that he did everything right - he didn't want to leave problems behind when he left.
They might have a good system, but if the C.Support stinks, is it worth it ?
holzereck wrote:Is EE only 4G ? My phone is only 3G - when I can get the damned thing
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