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Unlimited broadband deals

  • 06-02-2016 4:07am
    Registered Users Posts: 11


    I've thinking of changing my internet service provider. I live in Carrick on Suir, Co Tipp and I've been with Three for the last 7 years on a mobile broadband deal (No problem with the service, just want unlimited allowance!). There is no landline in my house and I don't want to get one put in.

    I've been looking at Nova Broadband at the moment (giving it a fair bit of thought). I was wondering if ye could recommend any broadband plans/providers in the area, or if ye have had any past experience with Nova or other providers!

    Any help would be greatly appreciated :) Thanking ye in advance!



  • Closed Accounts Posts: 8,585 ✭✭✭jca

    We had students on work experience and they use a phone with a three sim card as a hotspot . Top it up with 20 yoyo's and away you go. Probably breaking the rules but they used that system for years.

  • Registered Users Posts: 301 ✭✭seaniefr

    seem to get a good rating here

  • Registered Users Posts: 4,364 ✭✭✭madmoe

    I have a Huawei B593 router that can take a SIM card and am thinking about getting a SIM off Three, topping it up by €20 and using it. Is anyone doing this or should I be going to Three and getting a dedicated broadband SIM off them rather than a normal phone SIM?


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 2,938 ✭✭✭galljga1

    Before availing of a different service, try and find someone in your vicinity who is using the required service. If a sales rep from any of the coms companies offers you the sun, moon and stars, it is not necessarily true. Do not sign a contract until you know the quality of the product. Always seek a cooling off period (in writing) which will allow you opt out if it turns out not to be as you were led to expect.