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Old March 13th 19, 09:53 PM posted to
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Default Data SIM for EU

Woody wrote:
On Wed 13/03/2019 12:48, AnthonyL wrote:
On Wed, 13 Mar 2019 10:32:33 +0000, Malcolm Loades

We'll be renting a property in Sardinia for a couple of weeks which
doesn't have WiFi. Suggestions, please for a PAYG SIM with lots of
inclusive/pre-paid data which may be used within the EU. This would be
used for tethering.


PS We'll ignore for a moment that we may not be in the EU in a couple of
weeks time.

At least they were the prices when I was recently in Asia. I'm pretty
sure they allow tethering but the only thing to check is that you have
coverage which I found a bit scanty.

Three now allow tethering on all plans both contract and PAYG since they
got rapped over the knuckles by OfCom a few months ago.

That might have set a precedent as I think quite a few others do also -
EE always have done.

Yep. IDmobile, a Three MVNO, also do it now despite the wording on their
website. Used it today on the train, in fact