Seems like Lycamobile have made some changes recently to their 15 euro bundle to make it a better bundle than tesco offering with their 10Gb data bundle.
it seems that national calls only means land line. other mobile still cost 29c per min. As far as I know tesco is free all mobile calls
ahhhh, i assumed national calls meant all calls within Ireland. That suddenly makes it sound unattractive
I was just going to ask that , is there any offer for mobile calls ?
are you sure its only landlines as they also state national texts? I can't see anything on their website to clarify?
From reading their T&Cs think Irish mobile calls are included!
Seen this last week on their site but couldn't find a deal expiry date. Wouldn't be bothered moving if its going to be 25 or 30 in 2 months time.
its not terribly clear. From the last line "the Ireland plus bundle includes unlimited Lyca to Lyca texts" Unless this means international then it seems to counter an all mobile scenario?
I would agree. I was with them before and found the data speeds to be variable. If they have fixed this then the 10 GB is tempting but will probably stick with TM
They are mean't be to be using the same network as TM, are the speeds variable on TM too?
No tethering allowed
But is it monitored? Most networks don't permit it but don't actually do anything to stop you doing it.
Isn't tethering outdated anyway when you can use your phone as a wifi hotspot.
Wonder what is the best way to port in to a sim only plan. Is it order a prepay sim and call them when I get it or register for the sim only plan and call them to port the number over when it arrives? Anyone here have any experience with Lyca?