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Default The best networks for tethering?

I'm going to try tethering as it seems the easiest and fastest way to get a new IP. Can anyone tell me what network you're with and what you think of the deal you got/would you change it?

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I'm going to try tethering as it seems the easiest and fastest way to get a new IP. Can anyone tell me what network you're with and what you think of deal/would you change it?
GiffGaff is good. Fast 4G connection (they use the o2 network) and 20 a month for unlimited data on PAYG (but it does slow down significantly after 6gb)

I think ID also offer something similar for 15 per month but that's on a monthly rolling contract
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Default Re: The best networks for tethering?

The strength of a network (for data sims/tethering) depends on your location. Some areas are better than others for most networks.

Your best bet is to try them out for yourself.

Major networks include EE, Vodafone, Three, O2. The latter two are best IMO.
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Default Re: The best networks for tethering?

Definitely the one that has the most IP pool (users)
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Definitely the one that has the most IP pool (users)
Such appalling advice.

Why? EE has the most IPs, yet has a tendency for IPs to stick. Same goes with Vodafone.
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Such appalling advice.

Why? EE has the most IPs, yet has a tendency for IPs to stick. Same goes with Vodafone.
I think he just hits the center "predictive text" button on his phone and posts what it says. Sometimes I don't even know if he reads the questions that he answers lol
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Such appalling advice.

Why? EE has the most IPs, yet has a tendency for IPs to stick. Same goes with Vodafone.
I agree, both EE and Vodadone has a tendency for IPs to stick and very often you get the same IPs.
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Default Re: The best networks for tethering?

Three is great depending on your location.
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