*ASDA PAY AS YOU GO* Sim Card With £10 Credit - £5 @ Asda Mobile - HotUKDeals
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Pay £5 for the sim card and receive £10 worth of credit and £2 TopCashBack or Quidco

All calls = 8p per minute
Texts = 4p each
Web Browsing = 20p per Mb

Asda Mobile uses the Vodafone network
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#1
Bought Thankyou needed to get my daughter a sim this is perfect!
#2
No worries, i got this for my 10 year old for when his at the park, to in one of his dad's old phones :3
banned#3
Instore?
#4
Hot because they're essentially giving you a fiver!
#5
YHOO
Instore?
Sorry i'm not sure, it's free delivery and only took 2 days to come HTH , Order online you will get the £2 TCB or Quidco.
reddragon105
Hot because they're essentially giving you a fiver!
plus the £2 TCB/Quidco ;)
#6
nice enough deal - but for light to medium users i would say that giffgaff beats it hands down. not voted either way.


plus if you are referred by a giffgaff member you get a fivers free credit on your giffgaff account as well.

Edited By: scrumpypaul on Feb 28, 2011 19:26
#7
Just think it's worth pointing out it's not 8p/minute for ALL calls...charges vary for 08 numbers.
4 Likes #8
Even if not interested in transfering to Asda......

Pay £5 for £10 credit and withdraw the £10 in bets at Betnow by betting via SMS :-)

£2 Quidco is also a nice bonus.
#9
If Asda did a bolt-on like T-Mobile do - like T-Mob's 6 months web access for £20, I'd get this as I was very happy with the customer service and coverage. I'm a light caller/texter but depend entirely on the web access for my Android.
Before this though, I was an Asda Mobile customer and a happy one. If they position their web strategy well, they'll be on a winner. Until such time, I'll remain with the T-Mob mob.
For texts/calls on PAYG, you'll struggle to find better, so hot from me.
#10
spanking deal
asda always lead the way tescos only drag their feet lol
for a matter of fact though for all you techies out there 20p per mb?
what is classed as 1mb? one email perhaps?
also is there a limit on how long you can keep it on the phone without using it b4 they cancel the sim?
pete

Edited By: peterdarlison on Feb 28, 2011 19:44
1 Like #11
Guys. Take a look at http://www.giffgaff.com. Better deal than this. But this is not bad!
2 Likes #12
I've been with ASDA mobile for years and it has never let me down - great coverage and price for PAYG; I'd certainly recommend it if you shop at ASDA regularly (we go every week for our food shopping).

However, I'm looking to be off to uni this year and I can't find any top-up points near me that deal with ASDA mobile, unlike Tesco Mobile (probably their one downside), so I'm thinking of picking myself up a GiffGaff sim so I can just top-up online.

But yes; if you have an ASDA nearby and shop there regularly (or can at least reach it easily), this is super hot. People may prefer the fact that they have a phoneline as well.

Hope this helps people decide. :) Stay hot!
#13
This is a good deal, no agro pay as you go, Hot.
#14
GiffGaff is good if you want to pay £5 plus a month, but for me i just wanted one that i can contact my son while he is out and the odd text to each other. I have no plans to be spending £10 month on a 10 year olds phone. It's for weekends only, last weekend he spent 34p off his credit :)

I think any of the shops that do, electric key top ups etc can swip the linked card to add credit.
#15
Are micro-sims available?
#16
leilahfun
GiffGaff is good if you want to pay £5 plus a month, but for me i just wanted one that i can contact my son while he is out and the odd text to each other. I have no plans to be spending £10 month on a 10 year olds phone. It's for weekends only, last weekend he spent 34p off his credit :)

I think any of the shops that do, electric key top ups etc can swip the linked card to add credit.


You don't have to buy a goodybag with Giffgaff just PAYG like any other network!
#17
reddragon105
Hot because they're essentially giving you a fiver!

That's just a bad misinterpretation
1 Like #18
Zuzela
I've been with ASDA mobile for years and it has never let me down - great coverage and price for PAYG; I'd certainly recommend it if you shop at ASDA regularly (we go every week for our food shopping).

However, I'm looking to be off to uni this year and I can't find any top-up points near me that deal with ASDA mobile, unlike Tesco Mobile (probably their one downside), so I'm thinking of picking myself up a GiffGaff sim so I can just top-up online.

But yes; if you have an ASDA nearby and shop there regularly (or can at least reach it easily), this is super hot. People may prefer the fact that they have a phoneline as well.

Hope this helps people decide. :) Stay hot!


Why don't you just use your credit/debit card to top up by phone. Only takes seconds.
#19
scrumpypaul
nice enough deal - but for light to medium users i would say that giffgaff beats it hands down. not voted either way.


plus if you are referred by a giffgaff member you get a fivers free credit on your giffgaff account as well.

Is it possible to get BOTH the £5 referral AND the £4 Topcashback when joining Giff Gaff?
#20
Caz42
Zuzela
I've been with ASDA mobile for years and it has never let me down - great coverage and price for PAYG; I'd certainly recommend it if you shop at ASDA regularly (we go every week for our food shopping).

However, I'm looking to be off to uni this year and I can't find any top-up points near me that deal with ASDA mobile, unlike Tesco Mobile (probably their one downside), so I'm thinking of picking myself up a GiffGaff sim so I can just top-up online.

But yes; if you have an ASDA nearby and shop there regularly (or can at least reach it easily), this is super hot. People may prefer the fact that they have a phoneline as well.

Hope this helps people decide. :) Stay hot!


Why don't you just use your credit/debit card to top up by phone. Only takes seconds.


Indeed. This is one advantage ASDA has over giffgaff.
2 Likes #21
£204.80 per GB. Nice.
#22
Whitedot
£204.80 per GB. Nice.


not untrue, but do you think this deal focuses on data?

if you do tcb/qc then £3 for £10 of credit at 8p/min or 4p/txt effectively.

as other posters have said, great for slinging in an old phone and giving to the kids.

hot from me.



Edited By: Ike on Feb 28, 2011 21:58
#23
'Not untrue', but classed as trolling. What a joke.

Just pointing out the facts in the hope nobody is caught out. Let's hope the kids don't start downloading stuff or going online, eh?

Edited By: Whitedot on Feb 28, 2011 22:00
#24
Whitedot
'Not untrue', but classed as trolling. What a joke.

Just pointing out the facts. Let's hope the kids don't start downloading stuff or going online, eh?


i re-assessed my original comment as you can see but still think it was a harsh post in the context of the deal. you gave no new information from the op. no joke, fact.

you do understand that with payg you pay in-advance and not in-arrears?

this means worst case scenario should be pay £3, kids waste £10 of credit but you can still call them. and getting them to treat the credit responsibly will be an uphill struggle anyway.

a house point for the maths though (_;)

Edited By: Ike on Feb 28, 2011 22:11
#25
Whitedot
'Not untrue', but classed as trolling. What a joke.

Just pointing out the facts in the hope nobody is caught out. Let's hope the kids don't start downloading stuff or going online, eh?
Well... its paygo so they are only going to kill off the credit and not rack up any big direct debits.
#26
Whitedot
'Not untrue', but classed as trolling. What a joke.Just pointing out the facts in the hope nobody is caught out. Let's hope the kids don't start downloading stuff or going online, eh?

He won't be on the old phone i gave him X) and it's not linked to my debit card :p
#27
Whitedot
£204.80 per GB. Nice.

Tis' cheap compared to what Tesco Mobile charge! (_;)
#28
micro-sims???
#29
Whitedot - Feb 28, 2011 21:46
£204.80 per GB. Nice.


That's why I'm with T-Mob. £20 for 6 months of "unlimited" 3G (6monthweb booster) - post #9. I think I'm right in saying that when I took this out, I get 3Gb/month for 6 months because I said I had an android. I think the limit may now be 1Gb/month because they've amended the Ts&Cs.

That said, I'll be sorting out an Adsa sim for my son when his existing network credit runs out - it's the cheapest PAYG around for just calls + texts. The extra credit and TCB makes it a no-brainer. Good spot OP.
#31
crazylegs
leilahfun
GiffGaff is good if you want to pay £5 plus a month, but for me i just wanted one that i can contact my son while he is out and the odd text to each other. I have no plans to be spending £10 month on a 10 year olds phone. It's for weekends only, last weekend he spent 34p off his credit :)

I think any of the shops that do, electric key top ups etc can swip the linked card to add credit.


You don't have to buy a goodybag with Giffgaff just PAYG like any other network!
Precisely, even without a goodybag Giffgaff is 8p calls 4p texts, the same as this Asda deal, but also has free internet for a month and free giffgaff to giffgaff calls. Even in your situation the only reasons to choose Asda over Giffgaff is if you have poor O2 coverage in your area but good Vodaphone or if you have issues topping up as others have mentioned.
#32
what could you download in 1 mb for 20p?
anyone have any idea?
pete
2 Likes #33
Got Asda sim last August with £10 credit for my 11 year old, and today he still has £2.09!!

Great deal as I don't believe that children should have access to internet on their phone especially as we have 2 laptops at home.
1 Like #34
Perfect for my mum who hardly uses the phone, where as giffgaff packages which are good value would not get used. She doesn't have a clue about internet on phone and she can top up in the shops . Hot
1 Like #35
I ordered one of these. Hot.
#36
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Thank you leilahfun! Great find :)
We've shared this over on HotUKDeals' new sister site, mobot.net
1 Like #37
I ordered one of these last week for a friend. Quidco tracked quickly and there were no probs getting my friend's number transferred in from Voda. Like many of the above posters, I'm a great fan of GiffGaff, but I think ASDA is a better bet if (like my friend) you don't have internet access to keep track of your account.
#38
For the very occasional user, this sim is ideal. I got this for my son and have had it for a month or so and he's still only used up around £1.50 of credit.
#39
Has anyone else had trouble trying to order this? I've had 4 goes, two different payment cards, two different browsers. Each time I've entered the card details, the check password from the bank, and then I get, 'There has been an error'.

Asda 'helpline' hasn't been able to help.
#40
johnmac
Has anyone else had trouble trying to order this? I've had 4 goes, two different payment cards, two different browsers. Each time I've entered the card details, the check password from the bank, and then I get, 'There has been an error'. Asda 'helpline' hasn't been able to help.

Yeah same thing happened to me this morning. I phoned as well as the £5 had been reserved on my card and wanted to make sure I wasn't going to be charged for it. I was transferred 3 times and they were very unhelpful. In the end they told me to phone my bank to release my funds back else it would take 4 weeks which is boloney.

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