Paul gave up his broadband contract when he went travelling. Having survived using mobile, he wonders if he could do without a landline altogether
When we went travelling, we gave up our Virgin contract for an internet and TV package. We have been using Three’s “Feel at home” for mobile phone internet access on data roaming quite successfully. Now, going home, I am wondering about signing up for Three’s 40GB HomeFi. It has to cover our home internet needs – two computers, two mobile phones – in central Edinburgh. I’m not bothered about internet TV because we can get a new DVD player/Freeview HD recorder. Would this be feasible? Paul
The general answer is no. Today, most people are better off paying for a wired internet connection. The specific answer is: it depends.