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05-11-2020, 01:06   #1
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Post mobile 15 for everything

New offer, €15/month for 50Gb, 3000 mins and 3000 texts.
31 days on auto top-up
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Worth pointing out that 48 (7.99/month with 100 GB) and GoMo (12.99/month with 120 GB) offer more for less.

However, for the rare situations where someone does not have good Three nor Eir reception but has good Vodafone reception then this offer is worth switch too from a more expensive Vodafone plan.
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Worth pointing out that 48 (7.99/month with 100 GB) and GoMo (12.99/month with 120 GB) offer more for less.

However, for the rare situations where someone does not have good Three nor Eir reception but has good Vodafone reception then this offer is worth switch too from a more expensive Vodafone plan.
My mother was looking at moving from 48 to postmobile but there is no option on the drop down menu for 48. Anyway around this?
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My mother was looking at moving from 48 to postmobile but there is no option on the drop down menu for 48. Anyway around this?
Try choosing Vodafone and it might go through.
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My mother was looking at moving from 48 to postmobile but there is no option on the drop down menu for 48. Anyway around this?
Try Tesco as donor network

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Try choosing Vodafone and it might go through.
I wouldve thought "three" as it's the network 48 use
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Worth pointing out that 48 (7.99/month with 100 GB) and GoMo (12.99/month with 120 GB) offer more for less.

However, for the rare situations where someone does not have good Three nor Eir reception but has good Vodafone reception then this offer is worth switch too from a more expensive Vodafone plan.
Very true point, I'm with GoMo and reception in a few places I spend time is poor to non existent. I tried 48 and it is the same although its different places there's no reception.
Pity there is no way to try postmobile before I give up my gomo.
€10 a month GoMo is grand except no bloody reception makes it worthless.

Anyone have any experience with postmobile? Is it vodafone for cheap or are data speeds totally different?
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PostMobile is a bit of a joke. They have practically no customers. For ages their offering was the same price as Vodafone but offered only 3G.

You'll likely get no support if anything goes wrong so you may as well use GoMo or 48. VFs network has lost the performance lead it had.
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Pity there is no way to try postmobile before I give up my gomo.

Anyone have any experience with postmobile? Is it vodafone for cheap or are data speeds totally different?
Some posts across various threads indicate lower speeds than Vodafone but because there's so few PM customers it's difficult to get real world testimony of PM performance.
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Some posts across various threads indicate lower speeds than Vodafone but because there's so few PM customers it's difficult to get real world testimony of PM performance.
I might fork out 15 for a month as a new number and try it
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I might fork out 15 for a month as a new number and try it
The first month is free: https://www.anpost.com/Shop/Products...-Only-Sim-Card
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That's only for keep number so need a spare SIM from another network...Eir, Vodafone and 48 issue free SIMs.

Even then there's a note on that page...
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SIM Cards will only be activated with first month’s credit on successful switch to An Post Mobile. The SIM Card you receive will be unusable until activated & credit is added.
It's not clear whether they add the credit or whether customer has to add credit.

For new number, they charge 15e which presumably includes the first month.

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What about calls to landlines? Is that included?

Also UK numbers, there doesn't seem to be any mention of this
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Yes, calls to ROI mobile and landlines included

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Also UK numbers, there doesn't seem to be any mention of this
Not included, additional credit needed.

https://www.anpost.com/Mobile/Intern...-roaming-rates
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i used it for a month and while it was fine in dublin and cork city it was ****e in rural areas and seemed to be like knock off vodafone, i went back to vodafone fairly sharpish
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