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Puddleduck
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I have been on Vodafone for years, sim only and I send few texts and use little data. Voda seems to be the network of choice for the Broads. Lebara uses the Voda network and offer a minimum deal at £5 pm, no contract. `

`does anyone have any experience of them, or know anyone who has?
MAny thanks

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O2 works fine most of the time on most of the Broads area & sim only under £11 a month

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For low usage giffgaff takes some beating and uses o2 network, no contract to get caught into just a rolling monthly goodybag (£6 cheapest) or payg is very cheap too.

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