And here is the iPhone’s geotagging of photos taken in the area.
There are a couple of negative points of this unit. It doesn’t seem to connect to 2G networks like a Three USB dongle does and I’ve had a weird issue where connection has been a bit hit and miss in low signal areas.
Overall having different devices on different networks has been a massive bonus and the ability to use WiFi only services like FaceTime has been great. I don’t really see how I can get by without one now.
I’ll probably be looking at PAYGO as I’ll only need mobile data when I’m not in the office. The Three website is currently selling them for £39.99 which includes a £10 top-up to get 1GB of data that will last for 30 days.
Other PAYGO options include a 3GB kit that will last for 3 months and costs £69.99 which is attractive if I was buying it and going away on a trip.
There are various monthly plans with a 1 month or 18 month contact and this will get you a free MiFi. One deal that struck my eye was a Three MiFi and an iPod Touch with a 15GB data allowance for £23 per month.
Let’s hope that Three forget to ask me for this unit back, otherwise I’ll be taking a trip to a Three shop fairly soon. Thanks for the trial Three!
(Sent from iPhone)