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Nig
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Is 7gb better than 500gb?
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@Nig wrote:
I ment 500mb

I that case 7GB is a lot more than 500mb @Nig 

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@Nig

500Gb is a lot more than 7Gb..

My advice only go for a plan that has the right amount of data for you, dont just buy the biggest data plan.
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I ment 500mb
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@Nig wrote:
I ment 500mb

I that case 7GB is a lot more than 500mb @Nig 

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Thanks just wanted to check before I switch over
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No problem @Nig 

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500mb is about half of 1 gigabyte (GB) give or take. 1024 mb is equal to 1GB, so you are definitely better off with 7GB! Just remember that gigabyte (GB) is more than a megabyte.(mb)

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