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Been with EE since they were orange and my contract is about to expire but as my phone is acting up thought I would upgrade but to get a semi decent android phone they want me on a huge monthly tarri… Read More
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7m, 1w agoPosted 7 months, 1 week ago
Been with EE since they were orange and my contract is about to expire but as my phone is acting up thought I would upgrade but to get a semi decent android phone they want me on a huge monthly tarrif

seems. like tesco mobile and 3 mobile have some good deals on phones with ok tarrif prices but what about their coverage I live in the north of Scotland and don't want a cheap deal if the coverage isn't any good

4G isn't important but I do need to be able to text and call
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7m, 1w agoPosted 7 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Tesco use o2's network so you can check coverage on their site, or ask around if anyone has o2 and check with them
#2
Phone and ask what deals ee has then if the deals are poop ask for pac code wait a day or two and you should get a phone call from retentions who will give you the good deals.
#3
I bought a oneplus and took on a sim only deal. Worked out much better
#4
If you are into cashback have a look at sights like e2save / mobiles.co.uk both of which are part of Carphone / Dixons. Have never had any problems with cashback from them. All you need to do is claim at the right time. They give you up to 60 days to claim.
#5
I pay about £5 a month for 4gb data on talkmobile, you can buy any phone, I use Homtom HT6 which costs about £70 because the batt last 5 days easy.
#6
Was in same situation as yourself and I jumped ship to Vodafone.

What part of North Scotland and where do you need the signal, any regular journeys.

I went with Vodafone via mobiles with cashback, they have some good deals on, just actually reduced them too.

They also give you a chance to try the network and if not happy just send it back.

Many complaints about bad service and billing problems, had a minor hiccup at the start but was rectified fairly quick.

First time ever ported a number and that went smooth too.

Red deals give free Spotify, now tv or sky sports which might not be of use to you
#7
If it's for coverage stick with ee. The network is only going to get better and better. We have recently won the contract for the emergency services network which means all police fire ambulance radios will be running in the ee network. I believe they have to cover 98% of the country with 4g by 2017-2020.
#8
So far I'm finding ee coverage overrated and not as good as Vodafone for 2g anyway.
#9
barrel24
If it's for coverage stick with ee. The network is only going to get better and better. We have recently won the contract for the emergency services network which means all police fire ambulance radios will be running in the ee network. I believe they have to cover 98% of the country with 4g by 2017-2020.


Well they better reinstate all that masts they made redundant....network optimisation.

That's translates to don't want to keep paying the farmer for plonking a mast in his field anymore.

My findings for my area is EE still have more black spots.

They vanish completely on a large section(miles) of road named B999...yes been a few accidents on it too.

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