Thank you. I think three do the best value data plans in the U.K. I was going to go for a one gig pre loaded because they give you a free 200mb per month. Not much I know but enough for basic updates and feeding the stats to the app on my phone. I think you can register for the free 200mb. Google itminitellsa said:I went with Three, getting this PAYG SIM (https://www.mymemory.co.uk/3-payg-4g-trio-data-sim-pack-incl-12gb-data.html), with 12GB of data. I've used about 70MB in 700 miles, this has been just using it for the infotainment, I'm sure when the kids start streaming YouTube the data usage will ramp up!
Thanks Peter, I would imagine 4 gig is more than enough, it would be great if unused data was carried over. Out of interest, when you use all of your data, does it just stop working until the renewal day of the month? No unexpected bills I hopePeterC said:Just got my car at the start of the week and found that there was so much messing about with my mobile that I would get an extra sim. I have a sim only deal with BT at the moment and for an extra £6 per month I got an extra sim with unlimited calls and messages plus 4 gig of data. No more changing my phone from wifi to hotspot and my mobile battery isn't going down so much. Seems to work really well and connects really quickly. I would think that for general usage 4 gig will hopefully be enough.
Cheers BearNecessity, I'm looking at ordering one now.BearNecessity said:Most SIM cards are provided with all 3 sizes:
Standard, Micro and Nano. You just pop out the part you need from the plastic carrier.
The Kodiaq takes a "standard" size - i.e the largest of the 3 sizes.
Update.RogerWW said:Have inserted a 3 Nework Data Sim (Free data sim) in external slot.Switched on the Business Phone tick box and the Data Only tick box. Doesn't seem to be working. What should I expect to see on screen if working correctly? Also does it have to be activated in a certain way, didn't ask for pass key etc.