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£5.00 p/m 5G data 500mins 5000 text one month contract id mobile @ Mobiles.co.uk

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ID mobile £5 p/m (£15 p/m with £10 auto cheque back) 5GB 500mins 5000texts Via mobiles.co.uk
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5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
ID mobile

£5 p/m (£15 p/m with £10 auto cheque back)

5GB

500mins

5000texts

Via mobiles.co.uk
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5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
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2 Likes #1
"£15 p/m with £10 auto cheque back"

isn't the £10 only for the first month, rather than every month making it £15/month except for the first month?
#2
redduck
"£15 p/m with £10 auto cheque back"
isn't the £10 only for the first month, rather than every month making it £15/month except for the first month?

i can see how it could be interpreted both ways, it's certainly not clear which it is from the site.
2 Likes #3
this 'nonsense' deal has been posted before, totally in practical for anyone. Likely to take over the month to pay out, probably something in in t&c's about keeping active then you have to find somewhere to port your number. About as practical as using a time machine to go back in the past to invest £1 then come back and get compound interest to pay for it. Cold & stupid
#4
Google id or look at other threads, customer service isn't their strong point.
#5
DudeyGeeza
redduck
"£15 p/m with £10 auto cheque back"
isn't the £10 only for the first month, rather than every month making it £15/month except for the first month?
i can see how it could be interpreted both ways, it's certainly not clear which it is from the site.

It's very likely to just be a one-off £10 payment as there are other sim offers (the Vodafone one for example) that have the complete breakdown of the redemption cycle and the months you have to submit your paperwork, so if this was the same it would likely say so.
1 Like #6
Are you shure its 5G???
#7
I don't care what the deal is. It's ID mobile, so cold.
#8
sledwich
Are you shure its 5G???


​we wont have5g it due to brexit
1 Like #9
Don't forget you still have to win ID mobile credit check lottery first
1 Like #10
sledwich
Are you shure its 5G???

are you sure you think it's 5G or are you just trying to be hilarious by picking up an obvious typo ?
#11
HankHandsome
sledwich
Are you shure its 5G???

are you sure you think it's 5G or are you just trying to be hilarious by picking up an obvious typo ?


Haha guilty you honor. Cheap shot but 5g is not that far away. ​
1 Like #12
Anyone got this deal to comment if you got the £10 cashback for each month or not.
#13
Honestly guys, don't join this crap company. Did this mistake myself and now I'm paying the price of it! Roaming doesn't work, it's IMPOSSIBLE to speak with a human being, and even when you manage to they five you exactly the same answers you would have gotten from the website. After my second holiday where I was left with no Internet, I'm not ditching them, and retrieving the PAC code is proving to be an herculean task! Don't join this company, it's cheap, but you get what you pay for
#14
Its rather chilly in here. Interested to know whether you do get the cash back each month also is customer service any good?
#15
any advice re i.d mobile credit check lottery anyone or whether £10 auto chq back after1st month? Failed prior post wiv antifraud check & didnt even av decency to inform til rang em! tsk
#16
Can confirm that it is only one off, but spoke to their customer service to cancel and they offer £15 cheque as well as the automatic £10 cheque as a good will to persuade me not to cancel. Also checked that the cheque are send out 14days after placing order potentially making £10 (auto cheque) +£15 (good will) - £15 (monthly cost) + £5 (quidco) =£15. But need to remember to change to a lower tariff or change provider afterward.

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