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  1. Lukehluke

    Lukehluke Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. Szadzik

    Szadzik Well-Known Member

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  3. sifi

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    I see a problem. All the main uk networks have a 500mb FUP which they have the audacity to call unlimited. Using iPlayer would eat that in one go.
     
  4. JohnnyBravo1000

    JohnnyBravo1000 Well-Known Member

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    The only exception to this is T-Mobile who offer 3GB with all Android phones.
     
  5. sifi

    sifi Well-Known Member

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    How much do they charge per month for that Johnny?
     
  6. skimminstones

    skimminstones Well-Known Member

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    Its part of the package. Free web with android or WM phones
     
  7. speedycolzalez

    speedycolzalez Well-Known Member

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    Oooh, iPlayer on 2.2 is sweeeet :)

    Shame it only works over wireless :(
     
  8. Adebisi

    Adebisi Well-Known Member

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    Can you download stuff like you can on windows to watch later?
     
  9. WillieJPalmer

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    Typical, the BBC can't be bothered making a proper app as they are only really care about iPhone apps so they offer a half arsed web version that will only work over wifi.

    Ach well, even if they did allow it to be used over 3G Vodafone would just block it. They would just claim that they have to be the moral guardians of the universe and look after the fragile minds of all those children as the BBC is a well known porn site, whilst at the same time stuffing your bookmarks with dating and flirting websites with out bothering to ask you. It's amazing how adult services they get paid to market are morally superior to national freeveiw TV channels they don't get any money from.
     

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