Comparative updated in this link.
If yesterday I talked about the rates of internet for navigate from a computer using mobile connections of traditional operators, we will now compare the rates of the operators “low cost” between those who are Yoigo with its own network and the OMV they used the network of one of the traditional operators.
Their rates are much more simple than any other operator and also you do not need to be hired since they apply by default (except the bonus 1 Gb of mobile R) and pay only the day you use them. Prices without VAT and valid for prepaid and contract.
Yoigo It is the only one that theoretically offers a rate without limits of any kind while the rest has some limits in general, rather reasonable. Simyo and Bankinter set the limit to 100MB per day although Simyo has already announced that it is preparing a rate flat without limits in addition to setting their current rate so that once exceeded the limit, tarifique to € 0.09 MB instead of 0.09€ 100 Kb. mobile R and Ono io also have limited their rate although somewhat tighter than the previous.
The only one that offers internet in roaming It is Telstra at a price of €0.009 Kb (equivalent almost to €9 /MB) so for this type of use, it is more advisable to use any of the traditional operators.
Apart from the rates, will also be important to take into account other factors como:
* 3G coverage: Movistar UMTS available in 81% of the population (does not offer data on HSDPA or HSUPA), Vodafone has HSDPA in 85% (also offer HSUPA to 14 million), Orange has UMTS in 82% (No HSDPA data although it covers much of its UMTS and we know already offering HSUPA 26%) and Telstra, which currently only has UMTS in 42% of the population which means that it is available for much less population than its competitors and at a lower speed by not having implemented even HSDPA or HSUPA.
- Speed: The theoretical maximum that currently offer networks is 3, 6Mbps down with HSDPA and 1, 64 Kbps to 384 Kbps with UMTS, GPRS, HSUPA with upload 4Mbps.
- Connecting devices: Movistar, Vodafone and Orange offer cards PCMCIA, expresscard, usb modem and modem usb stick which are prepared to reach up to 7, 2Mbps down and 2Mbps upstream (although our networks still do not allow it). They can get from €0 with permanence of 18 months, with the points program No permanence prepaid or Movistar €69 and €79 at Vodafone. Yoigo and OMV other still does not offer any device that facilitates connection to the Internet from your computer but you can always use a mobile phone as a modem.
Before ending the comparative want point out that the mobile networks are very limited and are not prepared to support large amounts of traffic as you generate programs P2P (emule and ares among others) so we usually, operators do not allow its use or not recommended make massive use in order to guarantee a good service to all customers.
Comparative updated in the following link Xatakamovil.
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