BTmobile Sim only 500mins, 4gb data, unlimited texts £50 quidco + £60 Amazon vouchers - £10 per month BT Cust (£15 non BT Cust) - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
336Expired

BTmobile Sim only 500mins, 4gb data, unlimited texts £50 quidco + £60 Amazon vouchers - £10 per month BT Cust (£15 non BT Cust) £120.00

£120.00 @ BT Mobile
Smoking hot deal if your a BT customer, the cost of this deal could be as little as £10 over a 12 month contract assuming you want the Amazon £60 Voucher and Quidco Pays up £50. *Existing BT Broadb… Read More
ontheqt Avatar
6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Smoking hot deal if your a BT customer, the cost of this deal could be as little as £10 over a 12 month contract assuming you want the Amazon £60 Voucher and Quidco Pays up £50.

*Existing BT Broadband customers

- spannerzone
More From BT Mobile:

All Comments

(90) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
Methinks you're tempting fate by telling us it's a smoking hot deal . . .
1 Like #2
I left BT a couple of weeks ago due to poor data signal - i would only get gprs at work most of the time, sometimes 3g but it was awfully slow ... never used to have any problems, it seems to have been the last 3 or so months... I was considering taking out that 3 deal, but i admit i am tempted to come back and put up with the speeds lol
1 Like #3
Something to consider also is that if you have an "all calls package" with your bt phone line then it's FREE to call bt mobiles :)
1 Like #4
83p per month - You can't really beat that!
1 Like #5
Damn it! I signed up when it was £40 amazon voucher - missing out on that £20 burns but have some heat!
1 Like #6
I should say despite being cost effective the signal is poor
1 Like #7
EE network, so should be the same signal strength as EE
1 Like #8
BT actually owns EE
#9
I was on EE before I switched over to BT after my contact expired. I'm still using the same phone but I have noticed there is a difference in the signal. Places were I got full 4G signal are now no signal. It's very strange as I know BT own and use EE signal. Can anyone shed any light?
1 Like #10
i'm tempted by this. But i'm just not sure on BT mobile as a network
#11
Quality deal, three mobile deal cancelled, sim only arrived today!
#12
legendaryleigh
I was on EE before I switched over to BT after my contact expired. I'm still using the same phone but I have noticed there is a difference in the signal. Places were I got full 4G signal are now no signal. It's very strange as I know BT own and use EE signal. Can anyone shed any light?


That's the fact I want to find out as well before I go for this deal
1 Like #13
Nice deal heat added but BT uses EE signal following merger/own EE
#14
wilsonlin
legendaryleigh
I was on EE before I switched over to BT after my contact expired. I'm still using the same phone but I have noticed there is a difference in the signal. Places were I got full 4G signal are now no signal. It's very strange as I know BT own and use EE signal. Can anyone shed any light?


That's the fact I want to find out as well before I go for this deal


i have bt contracts for my 2 boys, over the summer holidays we have driven and been across the country from scotland the golf open to down in cornwall not once have they had issue with the signal on thier phones. once my current deal with o2 expires i am switch to bt also.
1 Like #15
Nope, they couldn't bribe me hard enough to come back to BT again - lying bunch of scumbags!
1 Like #16
The bt mobile network is identical to ee for coverage. There is no difference. Yes... I do work for a telecoms company
1 Like #17
Looks good. What prices do they charge when going abroad? Is there a data pack you can purchase when travelling overseas? I could Google this (yes) but it would be good to hear what you guys thought!
#18
Plus one on the signal, but to be honest I had the same with EE. Saying that I put up with for a similar deal. Never had any issue with O2 even in the Scottish hills.
#19
curr
The bt mobile network is identical to ee for coverage. There is no difference. Yes... I do work for a telecoms company


Thanks, I won't bother changing to this from Life mobile then, where the signal is absolutely shocking (Newcastle area)
#20
Sign up through Topcashback and do a price
guarantee and they will trump the cashback and voucher offer from quidco by 10% making it even cheaper!
1 Like #21
Scumbag company,will never use them again.
#22
Can you get both the cash back and Amazon voucher the only one, I saw only £20 voucher on quidco with £50 cashback not £60 ?
#23
Would this be valid for a 2nd BT mobile account for those with one already?
#24
Signed up for a similar BT Mobile SIM card deal about 6 months ago, and got stiffed on the Quidco cashback. Chasing up both parties ended up at dead ends.
Some people have successfully claimed the Quidco cashback though, so you may be lucky.
#25
I've signed up x2 one for me and one for the old boy
doubtless won't get cashback and voucher but I did get amazon voucher when I signed up old boy a couple of years ago so you never know not a bad deal really even without the bonus so nothing to lose
heated
#26
ihaveaquestion
Would this be valid for a 2nd BT mobile account for those with one already?


I think you should get the voucher as I did when I got a second sim for my boy
had to wait a few months I seem to remember
1 Like #27
rtbsghgfh
curr
The bt mobile network is identical to ee for coverage. There is no difference. Yes... I do work for a telecoms company
Thanks, I won't bother changing to this from Life mobile then, where the signal is absolutely shocking (Newcastle area)
The majority of piggyback operators do not have access to a 4G signal on the main networks - this is so the network operators can maintain an advantage and successfully market their 4G plans.
EE is now wholly owned by BT, which is why they can offer a 4G service despite not being the headline operator.

EE do have a pretty comprehensive network, but all the networks have areas of good and poor service and you're right to find the one that works for you and stick to it. Always ask people who use their phone near to where you use your own phone about their real network coverage (don't rely on a map). Networks only make guarantees for service at your home location!!

Like other users, I have found that forcing my phone to remain in 3G mode generally gives the best reception where 4G coverage is anything other than really good. However, 4G signals sometimes reach areas that 3G ones don't. Again, discuss it with people you know using phones where you want to use yours, and don't be afraid to get technical!
#28
I joined BT Mobile within the last year going through quidco. I didn't get quidco or the amazon voucher as they say I didn't make an order. They say it didnt track. I provided order number etc but still didnt get it.

Seems its hit and miss with quidco with BT.
#29
curr
The bt mobile network is identical to ee for coverage. There is no difference. Yes... I do work for a telecoms company

whilst i agree they should technically be the same i have both and the bt signal is woeful compared to ee. have to leave it sitting on the window so it gets a signal. can leave the ee one anywhere and its fine. i have switched the sims between phones to see if it is the phones but the bt mobile one deffo doesnt get as strong a signal. i do live in a bad area for all phone signals but the ee one deffo wins in the same phone (multiple phones) over the bt one which is lame in my area :( luckily i got it for like £10 for the year after cashback so i dont really care as its the missus's :P
#30
billysablo
curr
The bt mobile network is identical to ee for coverage. There is no difference. Yes... I do work for a telecoms company

whilst i agree they should technically be the same i have both and the bt signal is woeful compared to ee. have to leave it sitting on the window so it gets a signal. can leave the ee one anywhere and its fine. i have switched the sims between phones to see if it is the phones but the bt mobile one deffo doesnt get as strong a signal. i do live in a bad area for all phone signals but the ee one deffo wins in the same phone (multiple phones) over the bt one which is lame in my area :( luckily i got it for like £10 for the year after cashback so i dont really care as its the missus's :P


Request a signal assist unit from customer service. They may provide you with one
#31
bloodshoteyes
Damn it! I signed up when it was £40 amazon voucher - missing out on that £20 burns but have some heat!


I rang and said look can I get the £20 it's withing 14 days. They said no so I said okay I'll cancel and reorder out of spite, despite then having to lose a long term phone number, they accidentally ended up sending both lots of amazon vouchers so ended up with £140 and because id previously raised a claim about quidco for the cancelled contact i got two lots of quidco too haha. Works out for my current ultd/ultd/20gb contract they are paying me :D
#32
Been with BT for almost a year now - really can fault the reliability of the signal - In the South West of Scotland I get much better coverage than my wife who is with O2. I have the 2Gb package for £9 and for the additional data I think this is a steal. My one complaint is that my £50 Amazon voucher never did arrive and BT never did respond to any of my subsequent enquiries - pretty much what you expect from their customer non-service...
#33
billysablo
curr
The bt mobile network is identical to ee for coverage. There is no difference. Yes... I do work for a telecoms company

whilst i agree they should technically be the same i have both and the bt signal is woeful compared to ee. have to leave it sitting on the window so it gets a signal. can leave the ee one anywhere and its fine. i have switched the sims between phones to see if it is the phones but the bt mobile one deffo doesnt get as strong a signal. i do live in a bad area for all phone signals but the ee one deffo wins in the same phone (multiple phones) over the bt one which is lame in my area :( luckily i got it for like £10 for the year after cashback so i dont really care as its the missus's :P


Maybe you've got a duff sim?
#34
Stumead
Nope, they couldn't bribe me hard enough to come back to BT again - lying bunch of scumbags!


:/
#35
leeanne123
I left BT a couple of weeks ago due to poor data signal - i would only get gprs at work most of the time, sometimes 3g but it was awfully slow ... never used to have any problems, it seems to have been the last 3 or so months... I was considering taking out that 3 deal, but i admit i am tempted to come back and put up with the speeds lol


exactly the same experience.
#36
DJ Mole
Quality deal, three mobile deal cancelled, sim only arrived today!


You left three network to go to BT... Now that's funny... Good luck with that one hehe
1 Like #37
500min only? No way I am going for this.
#38
Elixirlegal
leeanne123
I left BT a couple of weeks ago due to poor data signal - i would only get gprs at work most of the time, sometimes 3g but it was awfully slow ... never used to have any problems, it seems to have been the last 3 or so months... I was considering taking out that 3 deal, but i admit i am tempted to come back and put up with the speeds lol
exactly the same experience.
ive decided to go for the deal, for the money i cant beat it - after checking out coverage for 3, that one would be a no-go anyway.
#39
gadger100
DJ Mole
Quality deal, three mobile deal cancelled, sim only arrived today!


You left three network to go to BT... Now that's funny... Good luck with that one hehe


I didnt even get to three? The sim came then this deal came up! If the signal is **** il punt it back, right after i spend the amazon voucher.
#40
I took this deal out two weeks ago before they offered any vouchers, I'm not worried as EE would not match this as they said, " because I was getting the £5 discount for by broadband they could not match it" ?? So after 20 years of orange then EE I switched to this plan and found that there is no difference in signal and the data seams faster, can't see me going back to EE.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!