March 22nd, 2016

Illuminati

Interesting Links for 22-03-2016

Why we should fear a cashless world
(tags: Technology money society )
Agreement on plans to look at three-hour Scotland to London rail link
(tags: scotland london trains )
Jeremy Kyle Show swear word escapes censure by Ofcom - because nobody understands Scottish
(tags: scotland language swearing )
Google self-driving car will be ready in between 3 and 30 years.
(tags: cars robots google )
Paris terrorists used burner phones, not encryption, to evade detection
(tags: phones terrorism )
Which US presidential candidates lie the most?
(tags: usa lies truth )
The government's budget is in such a disastrous place because they refuse to touch pensions
(tags: pensions politics budget )
On Williams, Djokavic and Equality of Pay and Opportunity
(tags: equality gender tennis pay )
This is, essentially, how most project estimation works
(tags: planning funny xkcd comic )
New online poll could see George Osborne renamed Cunty McCuntface
(tags: funny satire politics names )
The Diary of River Song (Really gorgeous, hand-made)
(tags: drwho design books )
When assembling your dog, be sure to follow the instructions to avoid disasters like this
(tags: dog funny )
Amazing dresses that reflect nature
(tags: nature clothes beautiful )
What books would serve as a good introduction to economics for a complete beginner?
(tags: economics books advice )
Let’s get rid of the Budget
(tags: budget politics )
Harrison Ford continues to be good value in interviews
(tags: StarWars interview )
How did the order for LGBT end up that way?
(tags: lgbt language )
How to win the war on drugs (Legalize It All)
(tags: drugs history legalisation )
On Iain Duncan Smith and The Failure of George Osbourne.
(tags: politics welfare fail )

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Illuminati

I need to know what mobile phone contract I should go for

My "All the data you can eat, 5000 minutes, 5000 messages for £15" contract is coming to an end in a couple of weeks. And the bastards won't let me renew it.

The most data I've (recently) used in a month is 3.7GB, and I never use more than about 100 minutes or 150 texts in a month.

I'm currently tempted by Three's 12GB, 200 minutes, unlimited texts for £17.
The main alternative is GiffGaff, with their 6GB, 2000 minutes, 6GB data for £18.

Is there any alternative I should be aware of?



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