Unlimited GPRS in Hong Kong?

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    Unlimited GPRS in Hong Kong?

    I've finally found two service providers that offer Unlimited GPRS deals.

    Sunday/Vodaphone:

    http://www.sunday.com.hk/portal/serv...d=108#section3

    and

    People's Phone:
    http://www.peoples.com.hk/p_tariff_vas_data_iso.jsp

    The People's phone offer seems to be limited and from what I've heard the coverage might be a bit dodgy.

    Anyone know any other providers that offer unlimited deals for less than $200 HK?


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    i'm currently using the peoples one... their idd rates are superb as well... coverage is quite adequate for me. haven't heard of any other unlimited gprs providers out there though


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    KIA, in what way do you think the Peoples offer is limited? I've been on it for about 6 weeks now, and it seems to work for me...

    As, incidentally, I've mentioned here before, along with mentioning the Sunday offer What prompted this thread?

    Cheers
    Richard


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    How about Global Roaming GPRS plan? I'm on CSL, I called People's too. But both of them don't have this kind of plan. CSL only has it for Backberry :-(

    Bingo


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    VmLinuz : Their (peoples) website says that the offer is limited to 12 months.

    What prompted this thread? A cunning plan...


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    I'm looking for good unlimited use gprs plans too. There was another thread where a poster said Peoples sms had a 70% success of being delivered.


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    i am using smartone - Vodaphone black berry service with unlimited GPRS. It is very convenient in India too and is very cheap..


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    Do you mean unlimited BlackBerry data service? If so, do you mind pointing me to the Smartone Vodafone url?


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    I went to the Sunday store to find out what it would take to switch from Orange. The sales drone was not aware of the GPRS plan.

    Tried to email their customer service, from the email address on their site and I get this.

    To: [email protected]
    Subject: Unlimited GPRS Plan
    Sent: Sat, 10 Sep 2005 13:55:07 +0800

    did not reach the following recipient(s):

    c=US;a= ;p=SUNDAY;o=HQ;dda:[email protected]; on Sat, 10 Sep
    2005 13:54:29 +0800
    The e-mail address could not be found. Perhaps the recipient moved
    to a different e-mail organization, or there was a mistake in the
    address. Check the address and try again.The MTS-ID of the original
    message is:c=us;a= ;p=sunday;l=EXCHAN010509100554SRW70H7S
    MSEXCH:IMS:SUNDAY:HQ:EXCHAN01 0 (000C05A6) Unknown Recipient

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    Quote Originally Posted by discobay:
    Do you mean unlimited BlackBerry data service? If so, do you mind pointing me to the Smartone Vodafone url?
    yo Disco,

    not sure if this will help u or not... I don't think it is unlimited... i haven't really looked at it too much recently. from memory very expensive...

    dataplans:

    http://www.smartone-vodafone.com.hk/...lish/index.jsp

    and handsets

    http://www.smartone-vodafone.com.hk/...=4&w=3&e=0&r=0

    BTW if u know how to install the correct modem drivers into ur laptop, most 2.5G fones with bluetooth can act as a GPRS modem via bluetooth dongle too
    Last edited by dropdedfwed; 10-09-2005 at 02:26 PM.

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