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ASDA Mobile SIM pack 50p free delivery

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ASDA Mobile SIM pack
Want to join ASDA mobile but already have a mobile you are happy with? Just buy this SIM pack and pop it in your existing phone. You can even keep your current number.

We suggest that you register your phone as this will make sure that you can keep your telephone number if your mobile is ever lost or stolen. To do this, just call the ASDA Mobile Helpline from your phone on 2732. The call will cost a total of 25p

If your handset is 'locked' to another network, they will be able to unlock it for you (your network may charge for this).

Monthly Line Rental: £0.00
Itemised Billing Charge: Does not include Itemised Billing
Landline Peak: 8p
Landline Off-Peak: 8p
Same Network Peak: 8p
Same Network Off-Peak: 8p
Other Network Peak: 8p
Other Network Off-Peak: 8p
Voicemail Peak: 8p
Voicemail Off-Peak: 8p
SMS: 4p
MMS: 25p
GPRS: 20p /MB
Free Minutes per month: N/A
Free SMS per month: N/A
Free MMS per month: N/A
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#1
Posted before but with 20p per meg data you can use online texting services which drops the texting price even more.

Worth remembering.

HOT
#2
I didn't realise the call and text charges were so cheap with Asda, anyone know the minimum top up and if there is an expiry time on topups as looking for something cheap for my nephew to use very occasionaly/emergencies?
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zeroHour2
I didn't realise the call and text charges were so cheap with Asda, anyone know the minimum top up and if there is an expiry time on topups as looking for something cheap for my nephew to use very occasionaly/emergencies?




http://www.asda-mobile.com/pdf/quick-start-guide.pdf

Top-up amounts are set out below:
£5 £10 £15 £20 £25 £30 £40 £50
#4
itsadeal
http://www.asda-mobile.com/pdf/quick-start-guide.pdf

Top-up amounts are set out below:
£5 £10 £15 £20 £25 £30 £40 £50


Thanks for that
#5
Hi all,
Does anyone know if I can get my 3phone Nokia 6288 unlocked so I can use an Asda sim card with it. My contract runs out soon & I quite like the phone and want to keep it.

Thanks!
#6
I've been on this network now for a couple of weeks with no problems. When speaking to the sales person in ASDA she informed me that the ASDA sims use the Vodafone network, so pretty much full UK and abroad coverage.:-D

Also if you buy a £5 top-up when purchasing the sim you get the sim for free, saving 50p
#7
Just to let you know me and my partner swapped to asda a few weeks ago, My partners phone was locked to vodaphone and did work, but while he was setting it up with asda, he asked about getting it unlocked and they did it for free :-D, O2 wanted to charge him £15 for the same phone :x I also took my old number with me from t mobile and it was done in four days, with no probs whatsoever. The staff on asda's call centres are very friendly and helpfull, but i find the coverage is not as good as t mobile.
#8
I found T-Mobile's coverage was aweful. As Asda use the Vodafone network, I have found it to be extremely good. I've been with them for a year now and just bought a smartphone to make use of the cheap data charges. Highly reccomended.
#9
itsadeal;3569799
anyone know the minimum top up and if there is an expiry time on topups

There's no expirey on the top-ups and you can do it in store or over the phone (on a free number).

Ibiza: Which online text service do you use?
#10
tonygee;3569959
Hi all,
Does anyone know if I can get my 3phone Nokia 6288 unlocked so I can use an Asda sim card with it. My contract runs out soon & I quite like the phone and want to keep it.
Thanks!


I have used a similar product to unlock a Sony Ericsson, like this:
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.13480
which claims to unlock your model, although delivery will probably take more than a week or so.

Sim card might need to be cut, but it is only the plastic end, not the part near the electronics.

I suppose it depends how easy/cheap it is to unlock more conventionally.
#11
tonygee
Hi all,
Does anyone know if I can get my 3phone Nokia 6288 unlocked so I can use an Asda sim card with it. My contract runs out soon & I quite like the phone and want to keep it.

Thanks!


if you're on a contract, it's likely that it's already unlocked - otherwise you can nip down to the local market and get it unlocked for a few quid
#12
gsloman;3572957
if you're on a contract, it's likely that it's already unlocked - otherwise you can nip down to the local market and get it unlocked for a few quid


I was under the impression that 3 phones were all locked - the bigger drawback I have heard of seems to be that some are GLUED in!

I have no experience of 3 network at all, perhaps someone can confirm or refute this?
#13
What'll do is just get the sim card tomorrow from asda & see if it works, I'll put it aside for when I change to asda PAYG whether I have to unlock it or not.
#14
ibiza
Posted before but with 20p per meg data you can use online texting services which drops the texting price even more.

Worth remembering.

HOT


online texting services? :oops:
#15
If you'll google it you'll find a few. For example I recently discovered that if you have O2 broadband you get 100 free online texts a month. It's pretty good actually and I do use it but not from my mobile, quite simple to use but still barely worth the hassle of logging in to save 4p.
#16
These are really cheap PAYG charges.
Anyone know roughly how much T Mob will charge to unlock my handset ?

Hot for this.
#17
IridionSnake
online texting services? :oops:


Most VOIP services offer low price online texting services - where you send texts from the net. Its easy to do, especially if you have a PDA style mobile with a large screen and alpha keys.

VGS mail (whose prices are now too high) even offer a program you can run on some mobiles, so you only use a few K (K = 1/1024 meg) of data per text, as you dont need to load the website.

nick_sub
If you'll google it you'll find a few. For example I recently discovered that if you have O2 broadband you get 100 free online texts a month. It's pretty good actually and I do use it but not from my mobile, quite simple to use but still barely worth the hassle of logging in to save 4p.


If saves far more for international texts, or texts while roaming (even with high roaming data charges). Or with sites like this....

http://sms.mts.ru/

You can save 30 or 35p a time minus the data costs (which works out at saving a tenner a month on the number of international texts you send a day - so sending 5 would cost roughly £50 a month).

It saves a fortune if your other half is working abroad (and can send texts here for 2p).
#18
ibiza;3580603
Most VOIP services offer low price online texting services -


I have never found a reliable online texting service, period.(over a lot of years too)

Even BT, Orange and O2 as well as Finearea/Betamax companies have failed to deliver a fair proportion of the texts I have tried to send online, so although I still use the BT freebie service from my PC, (50 free a month) I only use it for low priority stuff, anything important I send via the mobile phone, which at 4p (or less depending on how I top up Asda Mobile) is the only way I can be fairly sure they will get there, as well as currently less than VOIPCheap.com anyway!
#19
makepiece
Just to let you know me and my partner swapped to asda a few weeks ago, My partners phone was locked to vodaphone and did work, but while he was setting it up with asda, he asked about getting it unlocked and they did it for free :-D, O2 wanted to charge him £15 for the same phone :x I also took my old number with me from t mobile and it was done in four days, with no probs whatsoever. The staff on asda's call centres are very friendly and helpfull, but i find the coverage is not as good as t mobile.

This is fascinating. Do you mean, Asda did this in-store, or the Asda Mobile telephone helpline did it? Got a couple of mobiles I want to change to Asda, so any info appreciated.

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