for $1 I can get 3.5Gb data only. and for another $1 I can get UNL talk/text and 1Gb of data but only for 3 days.
Here in Australia I'm paying AU$49.00 for unlimited calls and sms in Australia, Unlimited calls and sms to 35 other countries and 60Gb data.
This is a "Build your own" plan that you can customize each month. the more you add the cheaper each following addition gets. All come standard with unlimited calls and sms in Australia then add: Data is 30GB, 60Gb or 100GB; International calls an sms is 0min, 500mins or Unlimited; and I can add roaming which gives unlimited international calls and sms, and either 1Gb, 2Gb or 4Gb of roaming data. If you go top tier of everything the most you'll pay is AU$67. There is a 10Gb option but if you choose this you can't add International calls or roaming.
But it's good because if I going away overseas on that month I can choose 30Gb Data, no International calls and 4Gb roaming pack. AU$63 or If my family is visiting me 60Gb, no international or roaming AU$45 etc.
meh, I pay only 30 per month, and that includes all taxes and fees.
Alpha, 26 Nov 2019In India, I pay 3 dollars a month for 3GB daily data and 240 minutes of calls a day.Because we have speeds that are worse than American 3G speeds and extremely under developed infrastructure.
In my country from our major carrier, you have to pay 50 euro a month for unlimited calls/SMS and 12GB of data, in the past for the same price, you got only 5GB. If you want extra GB it's 5 euro each.
I have the basic plan with them, nothing prepaid, I pay what I use because I rarely use my phone number. Anyway one time I accidentally oped data instead of WiFi and when I noticed it, I had already used 3GB, normally for my plan if I want data, it's 15 euro per GB but because I used data without adding the data pack, at the end of the month my bill came over 200 euro! -_-
I have 15GB data per month for 8 euro and that includes unlimited sms and calls.
But well i dont actually need that much data as i have good connection at work in wifi and at home plus wifi is free pretty much everywhere in my country too.
In India, I pay 3 dollars a month for 3GB daily data and 240 minutes of calls a day.
In Romania I have a 8$ a month and I have 50 GB of data and unlimited voice in my country.
In India I’m paying the approximate of 8dollars for 2 GB data a day and unlimited calls for three months
I pay for a 10GB Data plan with unlimited TEXT and calls for 20 euros = 22 dollars a month
And that's the lowest data plan available here in portugal because otehrs go as high as 40 euros a month
In france there are Data plans of 60GB for 10 euros with unlimited calls and text.
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2019Malaysian i guess?India : Jio... Even that is costly though.. If you pay for 84 days, you can get same plan for 7 dollars (roughly 2.3/ month)
in France 12 euros a month gets you unlimited call and SMS, and 60 GB data...
B0B, 26 Nov 2019in germany I pay 8â‚¬ for 2GB of data each month, plus unlimited calling and texting... moreJust can't imagine getting only 2GB for a month, watch couple of videos on youtube or stream an episode on Netflix, 0.5~1GB gone, whoosh !!!!
Commodore, 26 Nov 2019Here I just pay just $3 for daily 1.5 GB data with unlimited calls for a month. in germany I pay 8â‚¬ for 2GB of data each month, plus unlimited calling and texting. That's actually cheap here.
Commodore, 26 Nov 2019Here I just pay just $3 for daily 1.5 GB data with unlimited calls for a month. Malaysian i guess?
Reminds me of the Kayne's "Look at Gaga. She's the creative director of Polaroid. I like some of the GAGA songs. What the f*ck does she know about cameras?"
I thought that everyone got rid of limited data plans years ago. At least where I live, no limited data plans are even really being offered.
Well here in Slovakia we have a cell phone operator called Stvorka or in english language number four. They offer for only 20 eur per month unlimited texts, calls, and data anywhere within european union. Full speeds for data and completely unlimited text and calls.
This i call a deal.
But this is definitely interesting,
Please read here: https://trak.in/tags/business/2019/03/07/indias-internet-packs-are-the-cheapest-in-the-world-is-jio-the-reason/