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Re: A sign of cell phone price increases

David Scholes
 

Hello Phil

Fascinating. The 1p net of which I knew nothing is really a 4 monthly contract at £2.50 per month where you then get charged like a payg contract. As such it must be the cheapest there is.

Hello Roy,
Smarty are actually a cheaper label which is a part of 3 net. My understanding is that it works just like 3 with roaming and tethering but at cheaper prices (£10 for free plus 30GB data) which cost me about £15 from 3). They also run monthly contracts, not yearly like 3. They don’t show on the 3 app and you have to go on a browser to find them.
The iD net (carphone warehouse) also runs on 3 and basically charges a bit less than 3 for a bit less data.

Like I said, nobody seems to run proper payg anymore though the 1p net above seems very interesting.

David


On 15 Jan 2021, at 20:44, Roy Coldrick <roy.coldrick@...> wrote:


A while back I changed from the Three payg  deal to Smarty - £10/month 30Gb, unlimited texts and minutes. Smarty piggyback on Three. I found that Smarty didn’t support Tethering or Wi-Fi calling, which I need, so I cancelled and went back to Three although it was fine in more general use.
As a result of these price rises I changed to BT at £10/month for 20Gb + unlimited text and mins but data doubled to 40Gb as a result of being a bt broadband Halo customer.
I am happy with that  but I cannot help feeling that very few people will accept those rises although my wife uses her phone so little she isn’t going to changed .

Roy

On 15 Jan 2021, at 20:19, philip6279 <dinan4@...> wrote:


On 15/01/2021 18:59, David Scholes via groups.io wrote:
Yes Alan, I got the same message.
There seems to be a desire by all the mobile phone companies to get rid of payg and replace them by pay monthly albeit with single month contracts. As far as I know the payg phones that you and I both still have, based on the 3 network are the last payg contracts that you could get and they have not been available as new contracts for many months now. Others, like gifgaf claim payg but are really pay monthly in disguise. Meanwhile my payg seems to have been leaking money and I have been struggling to stop it. I think that google has been frequently updating their apps via the mobile data setting which had to be turned on as I kept the phone in the my as a tracker which is now going to cost me about £5 a month.

David
Sent from my iPhone
On 15 Jan 2021, at 17:06, Alan Morris <alan.g4ens@...> wrote:

Yesterday we received a text from Three.  Their PAYG rates are
increasing on 16th February.

Voice calls presently 3p per minute (ppm) are increasing to 10ppm.

Texts presently 2p are increasing to 10p.

Data presently 1p per MB will increase to 5p per MB.

These are massive increases.

Presumably other providers will have similar increases.

I guess that Brexit will be the cause for some increase (roaming
prices announced as not changing due to Brexit, remaining the same
cost as UK calls) but I think that the bulk of the increases are due
to having to remove all Huawei equipment.

<https://www.zdnet.com/article/5g-rollouts-gather-pace-despite-obstacles-and-arguments-over-coverage/>

Alan





Have a look at 1p mobile. 1penny per min for calls and for 1mb of data 1p a text.

£10 joining top up with free sim card. No contract.

Top up £10 every 120 days to keep your credit or top up £30 to keep your credit for 365 days.

Hope i'm not telling u something u already know.

Regards

Phil S.





Re: A sign of cell phone price increases

Roy Coldrick
 

A while back I changed from the Three payg  deal to Smarty - £10/month 30Gb, unlimited texts and minutes. Smarty piggyback on Three. I found that Smarty didn’t support Tethering or Wi-Fi calling, which I need, so I cancelled and went back to Three although it was fine in more general use.
As a result of these price rises I changed to BT at £10/month for 20Gb + unlimited text and mins but data doubled to 40Gb as a result of being a bt broadband Halo customer.
I am happy with that  but I cannot help feeling that very few people will accept those rises although my wife uses her phone so little she isn’t going to changed .

Roy

On 15 Jan 2021, at 20:19, philip6279 <dinan4@...> wrote:


On 15/01/2021 18:59, David Scholes via groups.io wrote:
Yes Alan, I got the same message.
There seems to be a desire by all the mobile phone companies to get rid of payg and replace them by pay monthly albeit with single month contracts. As far as I know the payg phones that you and I both still have, based on the 3 network are the last payg contracts that you could get and they have not been available as new contracts for many months now. Others, like gifgaf claim payg but are really pay monthly in disguise. Meanwhile my payg seems to have been leaking money and I have been struggling to stop it. I think that google has been frequently updating their apps via the mobile data setting which had to be turned on as I kept the phone in the my as a tracker which is now going to cost me about £5 a month.

David
Sent from my iPhone
On 15 Jan 2021, at 17:06, Alan Morris <alan.g4ens@...> wrote:

Yesterday we received a text from Three.  Their PAYG rates are
increasing on 16th February.

Voice calls presently 3p per minute (ppm) are increasing to 10ppm.

Texts presently 2p are increasing to 10p.

Data presently 1p per MB will increase to 5p per MB.

These are massive increases.

Presumably other providers will have similar increases.

I guess that Brexit will be the cause for some increase (roaming
prices announced as not changing due to Brexit, remaining the same
cost as UK calls) but I think that the bulk of the increases are due
to having to remove all Huawei equipment.

<https://www.zdnet.com/article/5g-rollouts-gather-pace-despite-obstacles-and-arguments-over-coverage/>

Alan






Have a look at 1p mobile. 1penny per min for calls and for 1mb of data 1p a text.

£10 joining top up with free sim card. No contract.

Top up £10 every 120 days to keep your credit or top up £30 to keep your credit for 365 days.

Hope i'm not telling u something u already know.

Regards

Phil S.





Re: GMX mail

Carol Weaver
 

Isnt that the one Derek and Tish use?

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On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 20:09, David Scholes via groups.io <scholesd=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
GMX is the email provider that I have used as my primary email supplier since I was recommended to use it by people on this list. It is based in Germany which is a change from most of the others that are based in the USA. It has served me well for a number of years but I do have problems when I have to set it up. The Americans seem to look after each other and their American email suppliers seem to be set up automatically by American operating systems (they are all American I think).
Hence, the Americans seem to hate the Germans.

David


On 15 Jan 2021, at 19:52, Carol Weaver <corconx@...> wrote:


What’s gmx?

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 19:09, David Scholes via groups.io <scholesd=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
I’m a bit embarrassed about this but I have failed to sort out my GMX account to send mail. I had it working fine but somebody started attacking my phone number so I took the safe way and trashed the SIM card and factory reset my phone then got a new SIM card (from Smarty).
I tried to set up the email and the receive was successful but the send failed because it said that the certificates were wrong (I checked and the dates seemed fine to me). This is not unusual as the Americans seem to hate the Germans.
But this time I can’t find the settings on the GMX site.
Does anybody know what the send settings are?
Please
David





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Re: A sign of cell phone price increases

philip6279
 

On 15/01/2021 18:59, David Scholes via groups.io wrote:
Yes Alan, I got the same message.
There seems to be a desire by all the mobile phone companies to get rid of payg and replace them by pay monthly albeit with single month contracts. As far as I know the payg phones that you and I both still have, based on the 3 network are the last payg contracts that you could get and they have not been available as new contracts for many months now. Others, like gifgaf claim payg but are really pay monthly in disguise. Meanwhile my payg seems to have been leaking money and I have been struggling to stop it. I think that google has been frequently updating their apps via the mobile data setting which had to be turned on as I kept the phone in the my as a tracker which is now going to cost me about £5 a month.

David
Sent from my iPhone
On 15 Jan 2021, at 17:06, Alan Morris <alan.g4ens@...> wrote:

Yesterday we received a text from Three.  Their PAYG rates are
increasing on 16th February.

Voice calls presently 3p per minute (ppm) are increasing to 10ppm.

Texts presently 2p are increasing to 10p.

Data presently 1p per MB will increase to 5p per MB.

These are massive increases.

Presumably other providers will have similar increases.

I guess that Brexit will be the cause for some increase (roaming
prices announced as not changing due to Brexit, remaining the same
cost as UK calls) but I think that the bulk of the increases are due
to having to remove all Huawei equipment.

<https://www.zdnet.com/article/5g-rollouts-gather-pace-despite-obstacles-and-arguments-over-coverage/>

Alan







Have a look at 1p mobile. 1penny per min for calls and for 1mb of data 1p a text.

£10 joining top up with free sim card. No contract.

Top up £10 every 120 days to keep your credit or top up £30 to keep your credit for 365 days.

Hope i'm not telling u something u already know.

Regards

Phil S.





Re: GMX mail

David Scholes
 

GMX is the email provider that I have used as my primary email supplier since I was recommended to use it by people on this list. It is based in Germany which is a change from most of the others that are based in the USA. It has served me well for a number of years but I do have problems when I have to set it up. The Americans seem to look after each other and their American email suppliers seem to be set up automatically by American operating systems (they are all American I think).
Hence, the Americans seem to hate the Germans.

David


On 15 Jan 2021, at 19:52, Carol Weaver <corconx@...> wrote:


What’s gmx?

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 19:09, David Scholes via groups.io <scholesd=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
I’m a bit embarrassed about this but I have failed to sort out my GMX account to send mail. I had it working fine but somebody started attacking my phone number so I took the safe way and trashed the SIM card and factory reset my phone then got a new SIM card (from Smarty).
I tried to set up the email and the receive was successful but the send failed because it said that the certificates were wrong (I checked and the dates seemed fine to me). This is not unusual as the Americans seem to hate the Germans.
But this time I can’t find the settings on the GMX site.
Does anybody know what the send settings are?
Please
David





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Re: GMX mail

Carol Weaver
 

What’s gmx?

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 19:09, David Scholes via groups.io <scholesd=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
I’m a bit embarrassed about this but I have failed to sort out my GMX account to send mail. I had it working fine but somebody started attacking my phone number so I took the safe way and trashed the SIM card and factory reset my phone then got a new SIM card (from Smarty).
I tried to set up the email and the receive was successful but the send failed because it said that the certificates were wrong (I checked and the dates seemed fine to me). This is not unusual as the Americans seem to hate the Germans.
But this time I can’t find the settings on the GMX site.
Does anybody know what the send settings are?
Please
David





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Re: Covid 19 Jabs

Carol Weaver
 

I remember you are driving to Turkey and I think you met up at one time with Andy, and remember that the photos of you there.

I just couldn’t remember how long ago you actually sold the timberland. It’s a while now.

Maybe it’s my memory Don, That it was by Cadiz 

Carol

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 19:46, Don Madge <don.madge@...> wrote:
Carol, we sold the Timberland in 2013, the previous three years we used it to commute to Turkey where we rented a cottage
at Kayacoy near Fethiye .

I don't remember the e mail help at Cadiz, the only time we were there was in 2000 when we caught the  ferry to the Canary Islands 
but my memory is not very good these days.

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 19:22, Ernest Bull <ernb32@...> wrote:
On 15 Jan 2021, at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@...> wrote:

> Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.

Good for you, Don. You may get a bit of stick about April 1st, but you’ll get the last laugh.

> Stay safe.

You, too. All the best,

ErnB




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Re: Covid 19 Jabs

Don Madge
 

Carol, we sold the Timberland in 2013, the previous three years we used it to commute to Turkey where we rented a cottage
at Kayacoy near Fethiye .

I don't remember the e mail help at Cadiz, the only time we were there was in 2000 when we caught the  ferry to the Canary Islands 
but my memory is not very good these days.

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 19:22, Ernest Bull <ernb32@...> wrote:
On 15 Jan 2021, at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@...> wrote:

> Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.

Good for you, Don. You may get a bit of stick about April 1st, but you’ll get the last laugh.

> Stay safe.

You, too. All the best,

ErnB





Re: Covid 19 Jabs

Ernest Bull
 

On 15 Jan 2021, at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@gmail.com> wrote:

Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.
Good for you, Don. You may get a bit of stick about April 1st, but you’ll get the last laugh.

Stay safe.
You, too. All the best,

ErnB


GMX mail

David Scholes
 

I’m a bit embarrassed about this but I have failed to sort out my GMX account to send mail. I had it working fine but somebody started attacking my phone number so I took the safe way and trashed the SIM card and factory reset my phone then got a new SIM card (from Smarty).
I tried to set up the email and the receive was successful but the send failed because it said that the certificates were wrong (I checked and the dates seemed fine to me). This is not unusual as the Americans seem to hate the Germans.
But this time I can’t find the settings on the GMX site.
Does anybody know what the send settings are?
Please
David


Re: A sign of cell phone price increases

David Scholes
 

Yes Alan, I got the same message.
There seems to be a desire by all the mobile phone companies to get rid of payg and replace them by pay monthly albeit with single month contracts. As far as I know the payg phones that you and I both still have, based on the 3 network are the last payg contracts that you could get and they have not been available as new contracts for many months now. Others, like gifgaf claim payg but are really pay monthly in disguise. Meanwhile my payg seems to have been leaking money and I have been struggling to stop it. I think that google has been frequently updating their apps via the mobile data setting which had to be turned on as I kept the phone in the my as a tracker which is now going to cost me about £5 a month.

David
Sent from my iPhone

On 15 Jan 2021, at 17:06, Alan Morris <alan.g4ens@gmail.com> wrote:

Yesterday we received a text from Three. Their PAYG rates are
increasing on 16th February.

Voice calls presently 3p per minute (ppm) are increasing to 10ppm.

Texts presently 2p are increasing to 10p.

Data presently 1p per MB will increase to 5p per MB.

These are massive increases.

Presumably other providers will have similar increases.

I guess that Brexit will be the cause for some increase (roaming
prices announced as not changing due to Brexit, remaining the same
cost as UK calls) but I think that the bulk of the increases are due
to having to remove all Huawei equipment.

<https://www.zdnet.com/article/5g-rollouts-gather-pace-despite-obstacles-and-arguments-over-coverage/>

Alan



Re: Covid 19 Jabs

timsinc Sinclair
 

A jab any day keeps the doctor away? Well done Don. Read the other day
of one country (forget which) targetting first the the young and those
in work, oldies back of the queue. Economic sense I suppose, but not
sure how'd I feel about that!

TimS

On 15/01/2021, Don Madge <don.madge@gmail.com> wrote:
Carol/Alan we are both 86 and got the jab at the same time We only received
a phone call from the GP's surgery on Wednesday PM for the 1120 appointment
next morning

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 16:47, Alan Morris <alan.g4ens@gmail.com> wrote:

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@gmail.com> wrote:

Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about
50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was
very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No
after
effects so far.

Well done Don.

Living in Grantham, Lincs., there is much confusion.

About a week ago, the local BBC TV news did an article about the
Grantham sports centre being used for Covid jabs. Good news.

But yesterday we received a text message from 'NHS-NoReply':-

"We will soon be inviting you to have your COVID vaccine at our GP run
site in Grantham. You may receive an invite to one of the mass
vaccination centres in Boston and Lincoln. There is no need to travel
to these sites, the team working with your practice will be able to
accommodate you locally very soon."

It does not give an addressee, so as I am 77 and the wife is only 72,
I guess that it's to me. What if we were both in the same category!

The Grantham sports centre is about a 2 minute drive from home. Our
GP is a little further along the road, about a 3 minute drive. I hope
in the invite they specify which location - sports centre or practice.

Incidentally, there is no information on the GP's website about
vaccinations. How many folk would have wasted time telephoning for
information?

Alan.









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Re: Covid 19 Jabs

Carol Weaver
 

Don how many years ago did you give up motorhoming. I recall you being down in Cadiz area and I had to help you (think it wa with emails). 

Just said to Duncan you were both 86!!  He was surprised too. Think we forget time keeps passing.  How long ago is it since Maureen’s sister died?

Carol

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 17:25, Don Madge <don.madge@...> wrote:
Carol/Alan we are both 86 and got the jab at the same time We only received a phone call from the GP's surgery on Wednesday PM for the 1120 appointment next morning

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 16:47, Alan Morris <alan.g4ens@...> wrote:
On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@...> wrote:

> Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.

Well done Don.

Living in Grantham, Lincs., there is much confusion.

About a week ago, the local BBC TV news did an article about the
Grantham sports centre being used for Covid jabs.  Good news.

But yesterday we received a text message from 'NHS-NoReply':-

"We will soon be inviting you to have your COVID vaccine at our GP run
site in Grantham.  You may receive an invite to one of the mass
vaccination centres in Boston and Lincoln.  There is no need to travel
to these sites, the team working with your practice will be able to
accommodate you locally very soon."

It does not give an addressee, so as I am 77 and the wife is only 72,
I guess that it's to me.  What if we were both in the same category!

The Grantham sports centre is about a 2 minute drive from home.  Our
GP is a little further along the road, about a 3 minute drive.  I hope
in the invite they specify which location - sports centre or practice.

Incidentally, there is no information on the GP's website about
vaccinations.  How many folk would have wasted time telephoning for
information?

Alan.





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Re: Covid 19 Jabs

Don Madge
 

Carol/Alan we are both 86 and got the jab at the same time We only received a phone call from the GP's surgery on Wednesday PM for the 1120 appointment next morning


On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 16:47, Alan Morris <alan.g4ens@...> wrote:
On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@...> wrote:

> Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.

Well done Don.

Living in Grantham, Lincs., there is much confusion.

About a week ago, the local BBC TV news did an article about the
Grantham sports centre being used for Covid jabs.  Good news.

But yesterday we received a text message from 'NHS-NoReply':-

"We will soon be inviting you to have your COVID vaccine at our GP run
site in Grantham.  You may receive an invite to one of the mass
vaccination centres in Boston and Lincoln.  There is no need to travel
to these sites, the team working with your practice will be able to
accommodate you locally very soon."

It does not give an addressee, so as I am 77 and the wife is only 72,
I guess that it's to me.  What if we were both in the same category!

The Grantham sports centre is about a 2 minute drive from home.  Our
GP is a little further along the road, about a 3 minute drive.  I hope
in the invite they specify which location - sports centre or practice.

Incidentally, there is no information on the GP's website about
vaccinations.  How many folk would have wasted time telephoning for
information?

Alan.






A sign of cell phone price increases

Alan Morris
 

Yesterday we received a text from Three. Their PAYG rates are
increasing on 16th February.

Voice calls presently 3p per minute (ppm) are increasing to 10ppm.

Texts presently 2p are increasing to 10p.

Data presently 1p per MB will increase to 5p per MB.

These are massive increases.

Presumably other providers will have similar increases.

I guess that Brexit will be the cause for some increase (roaming
prices announced as not changing due to Brexit, remaining the same
cost as UK calls) but I think that the bulk of the increases are due
to having to remove all Huawei equipment.

<https://www.zdnet.com/article/5g-rollouts-gather-pace-despite-obstacles-and-arguments-over-coverage/>

Alan


Re: Covid 19 Jabs

Alan Morris
 

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@gmail.com> wrote:

Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.
Well done Don.

Living in Grantham, Lincs., there is much confusion.

About a week ago, the local BBC TV news did an article about the
Grantham sports centre being used for Covid jabs. Good news.

But yesterday we received a text message from 'NHS-NoReply':-

"We will soon be inviting you to have your COVID vaccine at our GP run
site in Grantham. You may receive an invite to one of the mass
vaccination centres in Boston and Lincoln. There is no need to travel
to these sites, the team working with your practice will be able to
accommodate you locally very soon."

It does not give an addressee, so as I am 77 and the wife is only 72,
I guess that it's to me. What if we were both in the same category!

The Grantham sports centre is about a 2 minute drive from home. Our
GP is a little further along the road, about a 3 minute drive. I hope
in the invite they specify which location - sports centre or practice.

Incidentally, there is no information on the GP's website about
vaccinations. How many folk would have wasted time telephoning for
information?

Alan.


Re: Covid 19 Jabs

Carol Weaver
 

Glad you are done Don was Maureen done at same time?

No news here in Cornwall 

Carol

On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 15:14, Michael Hambleton via groups.io <mikehambleton=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Nice one Don , mines due next week

SE 2020

On 15 Jan 2021, at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@...> wrote:

Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.

We are still managing to walk most days, we are very lucky to have a good walk on the prom from Rusting to Littlehampton and back. We get a coffee from Costa Coffee in Littlehampton then sit on the sea front watching the world go by.
Stay safe.
Don

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Re: Covid 19 Jabs

Michael Hambleton
 

Nice one Don , mines due next week

SE 2020

On 15 Jan 2021, at 15:09, Don Madge <don.madge@...> wrote:

Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.

We are still managing to walk most days, we are very lucky to have a good walk on the prom from Rusting to Littlehampton and back. We get a coffee from Costa Coffee in Littlehampton then sit on the sea front watching the world go by.
Stay safe.
Don


Covid 19 Jabs

Don Madge
 

Had my first covid jab at the local GP's surgery, yesterday took about 50 minutes from arriving to leaving after resting for 15 minutes. It was very well organised and I get my second jab on the first of April. No after effects so far.

We are still managing to walk most days, we are very lucky to have a good walk on the prom from Rusting to Littlehampton and back. We get a coffee from Costa Coffee in Littlehampton then sit on the sea front watching the world go by.
Stay safe.
Don


Re: Perfect site for this year.

Carol Weaver
 

I’ll stay in Cornwall at Clearwater not quite so cold 🤣

Carol

On Sat, 9 Jan 2021 at 19:18, Bennett Family via groups.io <martin.bennett47=me.com@groups.io> wrote:


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