Many thanks for your mountain of research which helped me so much! My difficulty is I want simple and be able to keep my old 2G phone (Samsung E720). I’m currently with Asda but their move to EE seems to mean there will be no 2G coverage, I think?? So I wanted to go to Three as their tariff is fantastic, but they no longer support 2G. I read the above comments and someone touched on ‘fallback to 2G from 3G’. You may think this is a waste of time as my situation must be a very small minority of dare I say ‘older’ people, BUT, could you annotate who provides a full 2G service, not just an in case of need fall back in some areas?? Thanks again. Bob
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