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Fyve or Congstar: Discounter in the D-Net

D-networks do not have to be expensive: with Congstar (a Telekom subsidiary) and Fyve (a product of ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG), there are two low-cost providers that operate on the Telekom (Congstar) and Vodafone networks respectively. Fyve is a classic prepaid provider, whereas Congstar also offers postpaid contracts as well as DSL and VDSL. Both offer calls and SMS for 9 ...

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o² to congstar - my change

After I am increasingly dissatisfied with o² and congstar as a Telekom subsidiary operates in the D1 network (which is generally considered much more reliable) I dare my first provider change with number porting. Actually, this should work without problems, but so far I only have the confirmation from o² that my letter of cancellation has arrived. The prices are quite similar with congstar ...

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Fyve improves myfyve.de: packages can be managed online

Fyve, which I used as a provider for my iPad, has finally made it possible for iPad users to manage their packages: the new myFyve website allows you to manage the packages you have booked, top up your credit and view your itemised bills. Fyve continues to operate on the Vodafone network, so that fast data connections and good network coverage ...

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Fyve instead of o2o? A self test - Part 3: Internet

After the problem was solved after a few days, the Internet connection now works again smoothly for a few days. What is noticeable: at least around my place of residence there is either HSDPA (which runs great) or GPRS - EDGE is at least here not in it. That may be different in other parts of the republic, ...

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Fyve instead of o2o? A self-test - Part 2: No Internet

After the ZTE Blade/San Francisco arrived (admittedly a used device, but with OLED there are actually no new ones to get) it should actually go to see how well the mobile Internet offer of Fyve, handled by Vodafone, works. The result so far after two days: not at all. On Saturday I had for about 45min in ...

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Fyve instead of o2o? A self-test - part 1

The o2o with cost airbag is already a cheap tariff, but after I hardly phone / text I thought: but try with Fyve a discounter in the Vodafone network - according to their own statement the best data network in Germany - and see if you get for 15, - € / month for 1 GB actually the promised 7.2 Mbit / s HSDPA performance. Basic ...

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