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£8pm Sim only for BT Customers: 2Gb 4G data, 500mins, unlimited texts, £60 iTunes/Amazon, £25 Quidco (Total deal £96.00)

£96.00 @ BT Mobile
After cashback works out at £0.92 per month for BT customers (£5 more if you're not with BT). £60 iTunes/Amazon voucher from BT £25 Quidco Read More
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5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
After cashback works out at £0.92 per month for BT customers (£5 more if you're not with BT).

£60 iTunes/Amazon voucher from BT
£25 Quidco
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#1
Decent deal, just not as good as their black Friday deal which was roughly the same but with 3gb data.
1 Like #2
Pity they use EE. Absolutely zero signal anywhere near my house. Get decent Vodafone and O2 coverage.
1 Like #3
Didn't get the quidco when I did it - still decent deal though

It didn't even claim to see the transaction so couldn't pursue a claim - under clicked through from quidco but then logged into myBT - so just a warning I suspect this may have been where I went wrong
1 Like #4
mgk
Didn't get the quidco when I did it - still decent deal though
It didn't even claim to see the transaction so couldn't pursue a claim - under clicked through from quidco but then logged into myBT - so just a warning I suspect this may have been where I went wrong

Thanks - Quidco is worth a try, but as long as I get the BT voucher it works out at £3/pm so I'll be happy.
1 Like #5
Zontes
Pity they use EE. Absolutely zero signal anywhere near my house. Get decent Vodafone and O2 coverage.

Glad it's not Vodafone or O2. Absolutely zero signal anywhere near my house. Get decent EE coverage :{
#6
Zontes
Pity they use EE. Absolutely zero signal anywhere near my house. Get decent Vodafone and O2 coverage.


Thought they are an MVNO with another provider? They haven't yet fully integrated with EE, have they?
#7
This is going to sound an odd question, but would this work as a data connection in a car (Land Rover)?

Was looking for a cheap data connection and tethering with my phone works when you remember to connect before setting off, which invariably I forget every time...
#8
shady
This is going to sound an odd question, but would this work as a data connection in a car (Land Rover)?
Was looking for a cheap data connection and tethering with my phone works when you remember to connect before setting off, which invariably I forget every time...

Not odd at all. I have a 3 sim plugged in the back of my car stereo for data access for car apps
#9
pothole
Zontes
Pity they use EE. Absolutely zero signal anywhere near my house. Get decent Vodafone and O2 coverage.
Thought they are an MVNO with another provider? They haven't yet fully integrated with EE, have they?
Thought they had. Or am I wrong?
1 Like #10
Its more like the other way round BT own ee :)
http://ee.co.uk/help/ee-is-now-part-of-bt
#11
Zontes
pothole
Zontes
Pity they use EE. Absolutely zero signal anywhere near my house. Get decent Vodafone and O2 coverage.
Thought they are an MVNO with another provider? They haven't yet fully integrated with EE, have they?
Thought they had. Or am I wrong?


Apologies. BT mobile operates as an MVNO on the EE network.
1 Like #12
Uridium
shady
This is going to sound an odd question, but would this work as a data connection in a car (Land Rover)?
Was looking for a cheap data connection and tethering with my phone works when you remember to connect before setting off, which invariably I forget every time...
Not odd at all. I have a 3 sim plugged in the back of my car stereo for data access for car apps

Thanks Uridium

Did you need to initialise this in a phone first of all, or just stick it straight in the car's sim slot ?
#13
That's bizarre , on EE I could not even get a signal anywhere in the house , or part way down the road . The signal usually came when we walked approx. 100m down the road !
I'm now on BT and the signal is superb anywhere in the house and outside , just like O2 and Vodafone which both work well for us.
I cannot understand it , EE has either expanded its coverage or BT uses another network to get the coverage.
#14
I took the Black Friday deal
No sign of any Amazon voucher and still waiting on quidco but won't hold my breath.
1 Like #15
The last two sims I got from BT they would not send the Amazon card. I applied but they said I did not. On the last sim I copied the screen on all stages of the claim. They have now given in and sent me the gift card for the second claim, although it appears their system says I didn't apply.
If you claim the Amazon card do take screen copies to back up your claim!
#16
aabs
I took the Black Friday deal
No sign of any Amazon voucher and still waiting on quidco but won't hold my breath.
Have you claimed it?
#17
You have to wait 14 days after activation of sim to claim then wait up to 45 days for the voucher to turn up.... I'm still waiting for mine and quidco (which tracked), I'm patient though!
#18
rooney10
That's bizarre , on EE I could not even get a signal anywhere in the house , or part way down the road . The signal usually came when we walked approx. 100m down the road !
I'm now on BT and the signal is superb anywhere in the house and outside , just like O2 and Vodafone which both work well for us.
I cannot understand it , EE has either expanded its coverage or BT uses another network to get the coverage.
Or it migh be a cheap chonese phone with tinfoil as an antenna! Was it the same phone you were using?
#19
Rbluesy123
You have to wait 14 days after activation of sim to claim then wait up to 45 days for the voucher to turn up.... I'm still waiting for mine and quidco (which tracked), I'm patient though!
Good luck getting your voucher
#20
Topcashback is £40 I mite order another one last one just paid out

Voucher not yet received thou looks like I have to chase it up

Edited By: fisi22 on Dec 24, 2016 13:55: .
#21
shady
Uridium
shady
This is going to sound an odd question, but would this work as a data connection in a car (Land Rover)?
Was looking for a cheap data connection and tethering with my phone works when you remember to connect before setting off, which invariably I forget every time...
Not odd at all. I have a 3 sim plugged in the back of my car stereo for data access for car apps
Thanks Uridium
Did you need to initialise this in a phone first of all, or just stick it straight in the car's sim slot ?

Should be fine putting it straight in the car. You may need to call mobile provider up to activate though, will tell you on the sim packaging though
#22
fisi22
Topcashback is £40 I mite order another one last one just paid out
Voucher not yet received thou looks like I have to chase it up

Top cash back says "SIMO 4GB Plan (Was 2GB)
£13 for 500 min calls, 2GB of data and unlimited texts (£15 if you are not in a BT household until 28th April). Plus get an up to £60 Amazon and iTunes Voucher."

Do you think that will count for this deal? Their figures are different on the deal saying £13 per month...
#23
Darius

Top cash back says "SIMO 4GB Plan (Was 2GB)
£13 for 500 min calls, 2GB of data and unlimited texts (£15 if you are not in a BT household until 28th April). Plus get an up to £60 Amazon and iTunes Voucher."
Do you think that will count for this deal? Their figures are different on the deal saying £13 per month...

It's not 4GB and it's not £13, so I went for Quidco instead. Fingers crossed...
1 Like #24
Darius
fisi22
Topcashback is £40 I mite order another one last one just paid out
Voucher not yet received thou looks like I have to chase it up
Top cash back says "SIMO 4GB Plan (Was 2GB)
£13 for 500 min calls, 2GB of data and unlimited texts (£15 if you are not in a BT household until 28th April). Plus get an up to £60 Amazon and iTunes Voucher."
Do you think that will count for this deal? Their figures are different on the deal saying £13 per month...

When i ordered it, said £35 tracked at £55 and was paid out within a month they just have not updated it yet
#25
Cant find a cheaper deal and EE signal is fine for me.
Heat added. Should be hotter!
#26
Just ordered - Quidco now states £40 for 'all rounder' plans, which the BT site shows as 'perfect all rounder plan' - seems to fit the description...
#27
Sim arrived and working perfectly well in my car. Many thanks for all those who contributed...
#28
Sambat
aabs
I took the Black Friday deal
No sign of any Amazon voucher and still waiting on quidco but won't hold my breath.
Have you claimed it?

Had to think long and hard about how to answer that one.
Thought it may of been a trick question but I give up and yes I did claim it and wait the 45 days.

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