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#1
Very good considering there is no cashback involved. I'd probably still go for one of the O2 deals though.
#2
This is a cash back deal that's paid automatically. I currently have the £6 a month one and £10 goes out and £4 goes in each month. My concern isn't the cashback paying but the fact I had tons and tons of spam texts, it were all text messages that could text 'STOP' to, suggesting that 'someone' had signed me up for them. I wonder whether they give the cash back so that they can send your number to third parties to make their money back, I'm not sure. Anyone else have this?
4 Likes #3
I think giff gaff is much better
#4
callum9999
Very good considering there is no cashback involved. I'd probably still go for one of the O2 deals though.

Which 02 deals would that be??
#5
What's with all these new wannabe providers lately? Has a new law passed recently that forces the big networks to let their signal to people who can easily underbid them?
1 Like #6
anthole
callum9999
Very good considering there is no cashback involved. I'd probably still go for one of the O2 deals though.

Which 02 deals would that be??


The topcashback simplicity deals. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/50-high-street-gift-voucher-free-with-o2-12-month-simplicity-sim-only-contracts/933978

£3.83 for 900 mins, unlimited texts plus £6 if you want internet (£3 if you'd only use it occasionally).

soap_box
What's with all these new wannabe providers lately? Has a new law passed recently that forces the big networks to let their signal to people who can easily underbid them?


No. This is a T-mobile contract sold by Chitter Chatter. I haven't noticed loads of new providers recently? Giffgaff is coming up to 6 months old now (and is owned by O2 anyway) and I haven't many others starting up.
#7
Am i right in saying Chitter Chatter are linked to T mobile therefore has the same coverage?

Good find
1 Like #8
Topcashback never give me any cashback. Been through them enough times and nowts ever been paid! Quidco alot better.
#9
Can you roam onto Orange with this like you can with regular T Mobile?

Seems like a good deal. Appears to be "unlimited" internet too.


Edited By: Taksim_Red on May 08, 2011 22:44
#10
This offers available from t-mobile direct - pop instore or go online...
1 Like #11
Taksim_Red
Can you roam onto Orange with this like you can with regular T Mobile?

Seems like a good deal. Appears to be "unlimited" internet too.



Stay online all the time with no extra costs, but remember the fair usage policy.
#12
Good deal because t-mob are better than o2 in my local area
2 Likes #13
callum9999
anthole
callum9999
Very good considering there is no cashback involved. I'd probably still go for one of the O2 deals though.

Which 02 deals would that be??


The topcashback simplicity deals. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/50-high-street-gift-voucher-free-with-o2-12-month-simplicity-sim-only-contracts/933978

£3.83 for 900 mins, unlimited texts plus £6 if you want internet (£3 if you'd only use it occasionally).

soap_box
What's with all these new wannabe providers lately? Has a new law passed recently that forces the big networks to let their signal to people who can easily underbid them?


No. This is a T-mobile contract sold by Chitter Chatter. I haven't noticed loads of new providers recently? Giffgaff is coming up to 6 months old now (and is owned by O2 anyway) and I haven't many others starting up.

Giff gaff is 18 months old
1 Like #14
hmmm its an ok deal, but 3 are doing almost the same deal (ok less mins but who needs that many?!)
And you get cash back making it £5.40something... a month
But i guess if you prefer t mobile cause they have better service in your area, when whatever lol, i live in london and doesn't really matter which network i'm on
banned#15
thx
#16
GiffGaff's offers are better as someone said here before. For £10 a month (no contract) you get 250min, truly unlimited texts, and truly unlimited internet. Click Here for GiffGaff offers

But it does depend if you are a texting and internet person, or a calling person. If I didn't get the BlackBerry Torch offer earlier from O2, then I would personally get the GiffGaff option.
#17
mezzanchowdhury
I think giff gaff is much better
End of the day, it depends on the signal you get. I get crap O2 but amazing 3.5G on T so heat from me!
2 Likes #18
As I've said in another post - yes, GiffGaff are better pricewise, but o2 have the worst 3G coverage in the country. I was paying £10 for their Goodybag, but 95% the time I didn't have a 3G signal, so what's the point? I'd often be waiting a good 2-3 minutes for the BBC News site to load for example.

Switched to Chitter Chatter a couple of weeks ago and I've got a solid 3G signal all the time. I can even stream music via Audiogalaxy in certain parts of the house faster than from my WiFi network...

I'm on the £6 one month contract one - 100 txts/minutes do me fine as most of my friends are on Twitter/Facebook/Google Chat any ways.
Good deal this, heat added.


Edited By: mamboboy on May 08, 2011 23:56
#19
Paddy_o_furniture
callum9999
anthole
callum9999
Very good considering there is no cashback involved. I'd probably still go for one of the O2 deals though.

Which 02 deals would that be??


The topcashback simplicity deals. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/50-high-street-gift-voucher-free-with-o2-12-month-simplicity-sim-only-contracts/933978

£3.83 for 900 mins, unlimited texts plus £6 if you want internet (£3 if you'd only use it occasionally).

soap_box
What's with all these new wannabe providers lately? Has a new law passed recently that forces the big networks to let their signal to people who can easily underbid them?


No. This is a T-mobile contract sold by Chitter Chatter. I haven't noticed loads of new providers recently? Giffgaff is coming up to 6 months old now (and is owned by O2 anyway) and I haven't many others starting up.

Giff gaff is 18 months old


Thanks, thought 6 months seemed really young - thought it was May 2010 for some reason!

And why do people keep saying they've switched to chitterchatter? You haven't, you've switched to T-mobile. Chitterchatter is not a network, it's a dealer. That's like buying a contract in carphone warehouse so saying they are your network.


Edited By: callum9999 on May 09, 2011 00:12
#20
@ammo24
giffgaff has a fair usage policy too suggest you log on and read i seen it the other night.

Edited By: will65mcmanus on May 09, 2011 14:37: i wanted too
#21
T Mobile was offering this deal long time ago:
600min
500Text
3Gig Net
+Free booster

Very similar deal voted hooot.
1 Like #22
will65mcmanus
@ammo24
giffgaff has a fair usage policy too suggest you log on and read i sean it the other night.


Giffgaff has no FUP for unlimited data on £10+ goodybags.
#23
Mobile Internet:
Mobile Internet is free until 31 MAY (with a fair use of 100MB a day). After that date it will be charged at 20p a day. If you use less than 1MB/day you'll pay less than 20p and if you go over 20MB you'll be charged extra at 20p/MB.



Paddy_o_furniture
will65mcmanus
@ammo24
giffgaff has a fair usage policy too suggest you log on and read i sean it the other night.


Giffgaff has no FUP for unlimited data on £10+ goodybags.
1 Like #24
paul.jacobs
Mobile Internet:
Mobile Internet is free until 31 MAY (with a fair use of 100MB a day). After that date it will be charged at 20p a day. If you use less than 1MB/day you'll pay less than 20p and if you go over 20MB you'll be charged extra at 20p/MB.



Paddy_o_furniture
will65mcmanus
@ammo24
giffgaff has a fair usage policy too suggest you log on and read i sean it the other night.


Giffgaff has no FUP for unlimited data on £10+ goodybags.

goodybags

Read.

goodybags

ie. not the temporary free internet until the end of May, which has limits.
The free internet with the goodybags which does not.
#25
not bad deal although go over the allowance you paid for and its a massive 30.6p a minute ! that's quite high and 08 numbers are over 40p
#26
im on o2 and the internet is terrible, my daughter has t mobile and has a faultless connection. Im in kent 25 miles out of London.
2 Likes #27
Rubisco
paul.jacobs
Mobile Internet:
Mobile Internet is free until 31 MAY (with a fair use of 100MB a day). After that date it will be charged at 20p a day. If you use less than 1MB/day you'll pay less than 20p and if you go over 20MB you'll be charged extra at 20p/MB.



Paddy_o_furniture
will65mcmanus
@ammo24
giffgaff has a fair usage policy too suggest you log on and read i sean it the other night.


Giffgaff has no FUP for unlimited data on £10+ goodybags.

goodybags

Read.

goodybags

ie. not the temporary free internet until the end of May, which has limits.
The free internet with the goodybags which does not.

And these people that are misreading terms are looking at CONTRACTS? No wonder this country is in the state it's in. Debts etc.
#28
paul.jacobs
Mobile Internet:
Mobile Internet is free until 31 MAY (with a fair use of 100MB a day). After that date it will be charged at 20p a day. If you use less than 1MB/day you'll pay less than 20p and if you go over 20MB you'll be charged extra at 20p/MB.



Paddy_o_furniture
will65mcmanus
@ammo24
giffgaff has a fair usage policy too suggest you log on and read i sean it the other night.


Giffgaff has no FUP for unlimited data on £10+ goodybags.



from: http://giffgaff.com/goodybags/10pound-facebook-goodybag


£10 goodybag rates
Calls, texts, call forwarding and video calls to giffgaff Free
Calls to other UK mobiles, landlines and call forwarding (per minute) 8p after the inclusive
minutes in goodybag
Texts to other UK mobiles and landlines truly unlimited
Voice mail (per call) 8p after the inclusive
minutes in goodybag
Mobile Internet truly unlimited
Free phone numbers (starting 080 & 0500) Free
#29
OneManArmy
T Mobile was offering this deal long time ago:
600min
500Text
3Gig Net
+Free booster

Very similar deal voted hooot.
I got that back in December but it was changed to 600min, 500 txt and 1 free booster for 7.50 for a while in March. They said they have stopped doing the wen'n'walk + free booster combo but I'm hoping I can keep it going monthly after my contract finishes - will work out cheaper for a top notch 120 quid yearly contract and just buy whatever phone ontop simfree, better than the so-called "subsidised" network prices these days.
#30
Anyone know if this deal using T-Mobile will share Orange network as if you were going direct thruough T-Mobile? I'm currently with Virgin, who also operate as a virtual network through T-Mobile but don't get to use the Everything Everywhere coverage...annoyingly.
#31
mail14
Anyone know if this deal using T-Mobile will share Orange network as if you were going direct thruough T-Mobile? I'm currently with Virgin, who also operate as a virtual network through T-Mobile but don't get to use the Everything Everywhere coverage...annoyingly.


Chitter chatter is NOT a virtual network. You are buying a plain, normal T-mobile contract. I have no idea where this is coming from. The link to the deal clearly says "T-mobile sim only", the logo says "T-mobile dealer" and the about us page clearly says they are a T-mobile dealer, and not a network.

Granted, the original deal post is misleading - why is the network not listed? But it's pretty simple to find out.
#32
Thanks, was thinking about GiffGaff-now looks like £10 cashback on Quidco until May 31st
Have ordered my free sim using the code offered via Quidco

Details
- £1 cashback for a free SIM
- £4 cashback for activating the SIM
- And £5 credit extra with the voucher code



Edited By: dena007 on May 09, 2011 17:43: typo
#33
Always good to know... about to go Giff Gaff for a family member who's contract is up soon. If the 3G signal is unbearable then alternatives are always nice.
1 Like #34
james_lfc
Taksim_Red
Can you roam onto Orange with this like you can with regular T Mobile?

Seems like a good deal. Appears to be "unlimited" internet too.



Stay online all the time with no extra costs, but remember the fair usage policy.

Loving the Liverpool logo (come on liverpool)
#35
I have the £10 Tmobile deal from January, to be fair I never even considered Tmob while being with 02 - but made up I changed now, internet is ALOT faster and the user interface even on their webpage give alot more options
#36
mail14
Anyone know if this deal using T-Mobile will share Orange network as if you were going direct thruough T-Mobile? I'm currently with Virgin, who also operate as a virtual network through T-Mobile but don't get to use the Everything Everywhere coverage...annoyingly.


Virgin have plans to use Everything Everywhere in the near future (around august I think).
#37
What happens if you want bbm with a deal?
#38
The 3 website says you must have a 3G phone to use their Sim only deal.
Is my Nokia 5800 Xpress Music bought Sept 2009 a 3G phone do you think?

Sorry this was in response to Post #14 re 3 deal

Edited By: RichLeck on May 12, 2011 14:34: Omitted qute post#14
#39
Yeah I had a 5800 before the SF - and its 3G

RichLeck
The 3 website says you must have a 3G phone to use their Sim only deal.
Is my Nokia 5800 Xpress Music bought Sept 2009 a 3G phone do you think?

Sorry this was in response to Post #14 re 3 deal
#40
I have signed to this deal 3month ago as need a sim card only deal for my iphone. 600min 500 text and interent I can tell you now no one can offer you better deal then that! I pay £15 a few pence diretly to tmobile and then chittter chatter is giving me back £5 every month till my contract ends or I decided terminate the contract after the 12 months commitment which I don't plan as this is a very good value for money. Since tmobile and orange are one now signal improved a lot!

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