I've not looked into it but, purely from a financial viewpoint, is buying a season pass at Langtree Park cost effective if you just want to see the games and not "support" your club, esp. if you might miss the odd home fixture?
Of the eight games covered, only three are SL games at home, four are SL games away and one is the South's fixture, which probably isn't covered by your season pass, but even so.
Hi folks, I'm currently on the "Three" network and have a rather decent contract where I've got all the minutes, texts and data I could need for £13 a month. This was negotiated some time ago after I threatened to tear up my contract with them due to some excessive bills. Now I could upgrade to an Iphone with them but that would mean I lose my rather attractive deal as I'd be signing up for a new contract.
I'm looking at a used Iphone 5 currently on O2 and it could have been unlocked for nowt but the seller has a new phone so the O2 sim will no longer be active in the old phone.
It seems you can officially unlock the Iphone if you're on pay as you go for £15 via the O2 website, so if I buy the phone, bung a £15/£20 pay as you go credited sim card in, will it be as easy as that?
Looking on the internet, certain websites charge $100/£equivalent to unlock if you don't have the correct sim card in the phone.
Is my way possible and the cheapest or can these market stalls do it for a tenner, a nudge and a wink?