On 23 Jan 2009, at 14:11, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Thursday 22 January 2009 13:41:29 Gareth Eason wrote:
>>> I have recently been testing an O2 E220 dongle (white oval shaped
>> USB type
>> 3G modem.)
>> In summary, 3G certainly works - and works well - under Linux.
>> Don't let
>> anyone try and tell you otherwise :)
>> As a matter of interest, how much (very roughly)
> does the dongle and the service cost?
Piece of string question Tim, as it so very often is with mobile
telephony. www.three.ie for
details. I've noticed 3 starter packs on sale in places like PC world
at varying prices, where
you get a modem, and a certain amount of usage. However, as I said,
look at their site - lots
of options, depending on what exactly you want.
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