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BT Sim only 15GB data, unlimited text & calls £16 per month (bt customers) £40 amazon gift card £192.00 for BT customers @ BT (poss £45 quidco works out at £8.91 per month)

£192.00 @ BT Mobile
For broadband customers (from £25 reduced to £16) 15 GB data allowance, £40 amazon card and £45 quidco Seems like a good deal, Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
For broadband customers (from £25 reduced to £16)

15 GB data allowance, £40 amazon card and £45 quidco

Seems like a good deal,
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#1
for broadband customers, not for me, could be hot tho
#2
Since EE and BT are now one, their network will be the same? Or speed is different?
1 Like #3
Batmobile543
Since EE and BT are now one, their network will be the same? Or speed is different?
I asked the question today to a BT chat assistant and they said that all the sim only contracts come with double speed so 60Mbps top speed ( i did get a screenshot of the chat that she confirmed the speed and that it came "as standard"
#4
Tempered to go with this but I heard they don't offer tethering. I'll also talk to someone from BT
#6
jamiegt10
Batmobile543
Since EE and BT are now one, their network will be the same? Or speed is different?
I asked the question today to a BT chat assistant and they said that all the sim only contracts come with double speed so 60Mbps top speed ( i did get a screenshot of the chat that she confirmed the speed and that it came "as standard"


Fairly certain you have to pony up £4 for the extra speed addon, upto a max of 60 Mb per sec.
1 Like #7
Reception is terrible
1 Like #8
sokratesagogo
jamiegt10
Batmobile543
Since EE and BT are now one, their network will be the same? Or speed is different?
I asked the question today to a BT chat assistant and they said that all the sim only contracts come with double speed so 60Mbps top speed ( i did get a screenshot of the chat that she confirmed the speed and that it came "as standard"


Fairly certain you have to pony up £4 for the extra speed addon, upto a max of 60 Mb per sec.


100% nonsense from who ever said it's double speed, but we'll done for documenting it as they will have to honour it if you took the offer or its false advertising.
1 Like #9
usually quidco dont payout if you receive another gift, e.g the vouchers so dont be disheartened if that happens.
1 Like #10
nothing for talk talk broadband costumers???
#11
you cant include vouchers and quidco in your final price, the deal is £16pm, which is pretty average now. unless something has changed on here recently.
4 Likes #12
I used to be on BT til somebody called up, pretending to be me and cloned my SIM, later emptying my bank account. For fear of a repeat I closed my account and they refused to waive my remaining line rental. Awful security, awful customer service. I wouldn't use them if it was free.
#13
Deedie
you cant include vouchers and quidco in your final price, the deal is £16pm, which is pretty average now. unless something has changed on here recently.


You can include the voucher as that's pretty much guaranteed, it's the quidco you can't include, also you can't have both, is gotta be one or the other, like some one already pointed out^^^up there somewhere.
1 Like #14
tarryboy
Deedie
you cant include vouchers and quidco in your final price, the deal is £16pm, which is pretty average now. unless something has changed on here recently.
You can include the voucher as that's pretty much guaranteed, it's the quidco you can't include, also you can't have both, is gotta be one or the other, like some one already pointed out^^^up there somewhere.

You do get both, you claim the Amazon voucher and quidco honours the cash back. Lots of people are probably still in effectively free deals like me.
#15
Fantastic deal! Too bad I'm under contract for another year :(
3 Likes #16
Freezing cold !! BT is one of the worst companies ever avoid at all costs
#17
sokratesagogo
jamiegt10
Batmobile543
Since EE and BT are now one, their network will be the same? Or speed is different?
I asked the question today to a BT chat assistant and they said that all the sim only contracts come with double speed so 60Mbps top speed ( i did get a screenshot of the chat that she confirmed the speed and that it came "as standard"
Fairly certain you have to pony up £4 for the extra speed addon, upto a max of 60 Mb per sec.

Yep it's an extra £4 a month "With our Extra Speed add-on, experience speeds of up to 60Mbps rather than up to 30Mbps on our standard 4G. That means you can stream video, download apps and upload pictures up to twice as fast*

This add on is valid from the moment you buy it and then runs on a 30 day rolling contract with no minimum term." https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/mobile/manage-extras/

Edited By: hobsgrg on Aug 06, 2016 08:33
#18
With EE and my double speed is only ever at 20mb...so guess must be poor in area or been shafted
2 Likes #19
Take this contract out, then use the "change my plan" button on My BT, and you can get 20GB for the same £16!
#20
Batmobile543
Since EE and BT are now one, their network will be the same? Or speed is different?
Got worse speed and reception with BT 4g then I did with TalkTalk 3g, even though they use EE, yet I am in a area where 4g is suppose to be very good.
#21
Heat !!!
#22
gogboy
With EE and my double speed is only ever at 20mb...so guess must be poor in area or been shafted

I've been able to achieve 82mb in Cornwall but lucky to get 8mb in Cheltenham so does vary massively on where you live

Edited By: hobsgrg on Aug 06, 2016 09:21
#23
Links not working for me and I can't find this deal on quidco :(
#24
I was declined Quidco for a similar BT mobile deal. The reply from Quidco below

We are writing to you about your cashback claim, as we have now had a response from the retailer.

Unfortunately, on this occasion your claim has been declined because the cashback from your sale will not be paid to us by the retailer. In order to pay us, they have to recognise us as having been the party who referred the sale to them, and in this case they do not.
1 Like #25
I've been with them about 3 months and I don't think it's too bad, I get around 37mbps download and 16mbps upload at home which isn't bad as they say their standard 4G is capped at 30mbps.

Also the deal I got was the 20GB of data and £80 amazon vouchers for £20 a month, which is a hell of a lot better than I was paying EE.

That plus they sent me 2 lots of the £80 vouchers which I still haven't spent so it's a win win for me.
#26
bobbyman1
Reception is terrible
Must be an area thing. Coming from Giffgaff which was totally rubbish for me, BT mobile has been perfect.
#27
Say I sign up to this and then change broadband provider, does this cause any issues?
#28
I'm an existing BT mobile customer. Yesterday I called BT to quit my contract so I could get the EE 16GB p/m for £20 deal. BT were very desperate to keep me and offered me 20GB instead of the 15GB for £16 p/m. I get much better coverage now than when I was on GiffGaff. Of course BT only works out good when you're an existing broadband customer.
#29
hobsgrg
gogboy
With EE and my double speed is only ever at 20mb...so guess must be poor in area or been shafted
I've been able to achieve 82mb in Cornwall but lucky to get 8mb in Cheltenham so does vary massively on where you live

I managed over 24GB in Preston
#30
zeppovendetta
Say I sign up to this and then change broadband provider, does this cause any issues?


yes, your plan then automatically reverts up to the price for non-bt broadband customers.
#31
Definitely an area thing coverage-wise, I can't get **** on EE at my house but friends in town often have better signal than me on O2.

Heat if they cover where you live.
#32
Batmobile543
Tempered to go with this but I heard they don't offer tethering. I'll also talk to someone from BT
They have recently changed policy and do offer tethering as standard, info is on their site.
1 Like #33
danflorin3
nothing for talk talk broadband costumers???

Why would BT do a deal for TalkTalk customers?
#34
this is a ripper deal, thanks OP
#35
reception is flaky, switching in September. Great price as a broadband customer but unusable in and around my area, going back to giffgaff.Solid as a rock.
#36
These posts are coming thick and fast so I am guessing theres self promotion. Read peoples experiences online. You will be lucky to get your Quidco and you wont get your Voucher. I have been waiting 4 months and I am not the only one. You have been warned.
#37
johnnyd57uk
These posts are coming thick and fast so I am guessing theres self promotion. Read peoples experiences online. You will be lucky to get your Quidco and you wont get your Voucher. I have been waiting 4 months and I am not the only one. You have been warned.

I was just having my daily perusal of HUKD. I usually head over here to spend money on things I don't need, however this one is actually of some use to me. I'm already a BT Infinity customer and have nothing but praise after 15 months of service (including a contract renegotiation). Got my initial TCB within weeks so fully expecting this one to go though as well. Give their CEO an email, I'm sure you'll get some joy with the voucher 8)
1 Like #38
tarryboy
Deedie
you cant include vouchers and quidco in your final price, the deal is £16pm, which is pretty average now. unless something has changed on here recently.
You can include the voucher as that's pretty much guaranteed, it's the quidco you can't include, also you can't have both, is gotta be one or the other, like some one already pointed out^^^up there somewhere.

My girlfriend got £100 voucher and £100 TopCashback payout for Broadband a few months back so I'd say it's very likely you'd get both.
#39
Never using Quidco again after they couldn't deliver on the £120 Vodafone contract cashback.
#40
nayffy
Take this contract out, then use the "change my plan" button on My BT, and you can get 20GB for the same £16!

Really, for nothing at all? Seems a bit too good to be true. Interested if someone else could verify this. And I wonder if it would cause the cash back and/or the Amazon voucher to get declined as you're not taking what you originally purchased.

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