Unlimited GPRS in Hong Kong?

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  1. #11

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    Nah too messy and I want to be mobile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KnowItAll:
    I went to the Sunday store to find out what it would take to switch from Orange.
    What do you think of their coverage? I am looking for a change.

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    Have not heard of a problem with Sunday's coverage.

    Their roaming charges look ok too.

    Will call / harrass them on Monday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KnowItAll:
    Have not heard of a problem with Sunday's coverage.

    Their roaming charges look ok too.

    Will call / harrass them on Monday.
    okies KIA,

    wots the juicy bits on the Sunday GPRS? did u call them? is it real, or is there a nasty catch? can u call from same SIM?? wot max up/download speed, ie is it just GPRS or EDGE?? spill. did u sign up? c'mon dude!

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    I just signed up -- to transfer my number from Orange -- yesterday.

    My account will be activated on Saturday. Planning on calling them after that.


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    Let me know what happens and how the service compares. I'm looking to change from 3 to someone with an unlimited plan. Hate worrying about charges when I download email to my Treo, expecialy attachements.


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    Unlimited plan:
    Peoles: supports EDGE $128
    Sunday(PCCW):$168
    Voice Quality:GSM
    CSL(Telestra) =/> Smartone-Vodafone >3 =/> Peoples > Sunday(PCCW) > NewWorld


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    Quote Originally Posted by humanbeing:
    Unlimited plan:
    Peoles: supports EDGE $128
    Sunday(PCCW):$168
    Voice Quality:GSM
    CSL(Telestra) =/> Smartone-Vodafone >3 =/> Peoples > Sunday(PCCW) > NewWorld
    can u pls explain (in terms for dummies) wot u mean by

    CSL(Telestra) =/> Smartone-Vodafone >3 =/> Peoples > Sunday(PCCW) > NewWorld

    are you referring to coverage or voice quality? i assume =/> means as good or better than (greater or equal to?), but in what respect.

    cheers,

    fwed aka the dumb one...

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    (=/>) Voice quality: greater or equal to
    Coverage:In theroy, dualband is better. In fact, no big difference in developed area(Can dial & receive call everywhere, voice quality varies in different network) Countryside(GSM 900>1800)- Depands (NO HK network- Tung Ping Chau, some remote country park- roaming in CHINA/MACAU or NO NETWORK)

    Postpaid: (GSM)
    Fixed network phone as contact No.:
    MUST(CSL, Smartone)
    NEED-Company Policy. Fact:If u don't provide, they won't ask that dumb question again" (3)
    Don't need(Peoples, Sunday, New World)
    Monthly Plan:
    Minimum peroid: CSL (12 months) other network:NO
    intra network SMS: CSL(student plan-FREE, postpaid-$1 vs prepaid-$0.8 *Telstra's is as????e *) other network:FREE
    Call divert: Company Policy: FREE for 12 months. FACT: FREE to loyal customer after 12 months(All network)

    Last edited by humanbeing; 16-09-2005 at 04:40 PM.

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    I am so glad you cleared that up for us.


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