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EE 12gb max plan which includes USA roaming £19.99 a month. Unlimited minutes and texts.

£19.99 @ EE
Got this in store yesterday. May not be for everyone but I've been after a max plan for a while. EU roaming as well as 5 other destinations including USA and Australia. Unlimited texts and minutes. £1… Read More
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Got this in store yesterday. May not be for everyone but I've been after a max plan for a while. EU roaming as well as 5 other destinations including USA and Australia. Unlimited texts and minutes. £19.99 a month. 12 month contract.I also got a 2nd line for my wife for £16.89
Click below and choose £20
http://shop.ee.co.uk/sim-only/pay-monthly-phones?
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
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2 Likes #1
Have some heat OP for the USA roaming! 8)
#2
Link not working for me.oO
#3
I don't know why the link isn't working. I've copied and pasted it.
#4
http://shop.ee.co.uk/mobile-phone-deals/sim-only-deals

Get deal link only linking to hotukdeals website for some reason.

Might benefit some people. Especially those having signal problems with Three. I know it costs more than other offers but it's a good option for those wanting USA use and you should get much better retention deals in 12 months!
#5
I am on their 25GB max plan for £15/month.

Edited By: cfbc on Jun 03, 2017 07:52
#6
cfbc
I am on their 25GB max plan for £15/month.
yeah but if this was tasken before the 10 may you wont have the extra countries, however nice price if usa roaming not needed
1 Like #7
16GB for the same price with EU roaming, contract has just ended. Think best keep it but is a very good deal if using USA roaming.
#8
steve123uk
16GB for the same price with EU roaming, contract has just ended. Think best keep it but is a very good deal if using USA roaming.


call them, get same price for more data with US roaming. they love existing customers.
#9
I'm on 10GB EE max unlimited minutes and texts with the roaming Europe and the 5 countries for £15.
#10
Is it voice roaming in the USA? (I can't imagine they give you data from your allowance while roaming?)
Good deal though.
2 Likes #11
I've just taken out the 30GB version of this via retentions, for £20.99. Quoted the 30GB Three deal at £19.99 to get them to offer me it. Hopefully this will help anyone at end of contract.
#12
This only says eu roaming no mention of USA or Australia
1 Like #13
The.Shopper
This only says eu roaming no mention of USA or Australia
It's a max plan so includes the 5 countries! See bottom of page!

Edited By: Chivas.Regal on Jun 03, 2017 13:23
1 Like #14
spannerzone
Is it voice roaming in the USA? (I can't imagine they give you data from your allowance while roaming?)
Good deal though.
Yes. Voice too
#15
spannerzone
Is it voice roaming in the USA? (I can't imagine they give you data from your allowance while roaming?)
Good deal though.
Chivas.Regal
Yes. Voice too
Excellent, EE (like most others) charge stupid data roaming for the States, this looks excellent.
Must say for me EE has the best coverage (Darn Sarth) - I got 114Mbps down / 35Mbps up at Canary Wharf the other day, nearly melted my Moto G!

Edited By: spannerzone on Jun 03, 2017 13:58
#16
Chivas.Regal
http://shop.ee.co.uk/mobile-phone-deals/sim-only-deals
Get deal link only linking to hotukdeals website for some reason.
Might benefit some people. Especially those having signal problems with Three. I know it costs more than other offers but it's a good option for those wanting USA use and you should get much better retention deals in 12 months!
The yellow data allowance dot means 4GEEplan/EU data - a dark green/blue data allowance dot means 4GEE Max plan/ USA, Canada, AU, NZ & Mexico.


See here http://shop.ee.co.uk/price-plans/paymonthly
#17
The only 12 month sim with US/Canada/NZ/AU/Mexico roaming is £41.99 30GB plan.
1 Like #18
http://shop.ee.co.uk/sim-only/pay-monthly-phones
seaniboy
Chivas.Regal
http://shop.ee.co.uk/mobile-phone-deals/sim-only-deals
Get deal link only linking to hotukdeals website for some reason.
Might benefit some people. Especially those having signal problems with Three. I know it costs more than other offers but it's a good option for those wanting USA use and you should get much better retention deals in 12 months!
The yellow data allowance dot means 4GEEplan/EU data - a dark green/blue data allowance dot means 4GEE Max plan/ USA, Canada, AU, NZ & Mexico.
See here http://shop.ee.co.uk/price-plans/paymonthly

seaniboy
The only 12 month sim with US/Canada/NZ/AU/Mexico roaming is £41.99 30GB plan.

No mate. There's a £19.99 one for 12gb. Choose sim only and then budget £20 or under













Edited By: Chivas.Regal on Jun 03, 2017 14:17
#20
Chivas.Regal
http://shop.ee.co.uk/sim-only/pay-monthly-phones
seaniboy
Chivas.Regal
http://shop.ee.co.uk/mobile-phone-deals/sim-only-deals
Get deal link only linking to hotukdeals website for some reason.
Might benefit some people. Especially those having signal problems with Three. I know it costs more than other offers but it's a good option for those wanting USA use and you should get much better retention deals in 12 months!
The yellow data allowance dot means 4GEEplan/EU data - a dark green/blue data allowance dot means 4GEE Max plan/ USA, Canada, AU, NZ & Mexico.
See here http://shop.ee.co.uk/price-plans/paymonthly
seaniboy
The only 12 month sim with US/Canada/NZ/AU/Mexico roaming is £41.99 30GB plan.
No mate. There's a £19.99 one for 12gb. Choose sim only and then budget £20 or under
Very strange when I had show 'all' it didn't show! Then after choosing under £20 it showed, went back to 'all' and only then it then showed :| dodgy BT as ever! They blame iPhone browser no doubt lol.

I was on this deal before, without the roaming but EE is terrible signal regionally, esp the same data issues seem to effect EE sim worse than Three.

Roll on Dec/Jan and I'll see what they are all offering for my US/Canada backpack holiday ;)

Canada costs internal or roaming are astronomical! So the EE inclusion is very welcome :) I think Vodafone are going to be pushed into inclusive roaming without £5 a day charges by BeeT now in Australasia as it has Voda companies - US/Mexico is cheap enough to do to, but Canada as I said is amazingly high (like France before EU stepped in).
#21
Good deal if you can stomach a poor EE signal lol heat OP for the Australasia/NorthUS/Mexico inclusions alone! £5 a day Vodafone or EE is a no brainier!! :)
#22
Fair enough.
I had a three sim before and signal here was terrible so actually switched to virgin in February. Virgins signal was 6 times the 3 signal so I knew EE would be just as good. To be honest if Virgin offered a bolt on for America I'd have stayed with them as it was much cheaper!
#23
This also appears to include 24 months of free BT Sport which is a big plus imo.

Also six months Apple Music.

And TCB and Quidco both offering cashback. Quidco seems to imply £70 but then it isn't listed except as a special. Has anyone bought it and seen how it tracks?
#24
musical
This also appears to include 24 months of free BT Sport which is a big plus imo.
Also six months Apple Music.
And TCB and Quidco both offering cashback. Quidco seems to imply £70 but then it isn't listed except as a special. Has anyone bought it and seen how it tracks?

Mine came with 12 months BT Sports
#25
Chivas.Regal
musical
This also appears to include 24 months of free BT Sport which is a big plus imo.
Also six months Apple Music.
And TCB and Quidco both offering cashback. Quidco seems to imply £70 but then it isn't listed except as a special. Has anyone bought it and seen how it tracks?
Mine came with 12 months BT Sports

It says this on the EE website:

Our fastest 4G
Unlimited minutes
Unlimited text messages
12 GB data
50 destinations included for roaming
12 months plan
24 months BT Sport app access
Use your data, calls and texts in the EU plus 5 extra destinations
#26
musical
Chivas.Regal
musical
This also appears to include 24 months of free BT Sport which is a big plus imo.
Also six months Apple Music.
And TCB and Quidco both offering cashback. Quidco seems to imply £70 but then it isn't listed except as a special. Has anyone bought it and seen how it tracks?
Mine came with 12 months BT Sports
It says this on the EE website:
Our fastest 4G
Unlimited minutes
Unlimited text messages
12 GB data
50 destinations included for roaming
12 months plan
24 months BT Sport app access
Use your data, calls and texts in the EU plus 5 extra destinations
Weird. I wonder if I cancel after 12 monhs if I'll still get 12 months more
1 Like #27
I think it is a 12 month contract but you'll keep getting BT Sport for two years. Which I imagine EE hopes will reduce haggling and churn.
#28
Chivas.Regal
Fair enough.
I had a three sim before and signal here was terrible so actually switched to virgin in February. Virgins signal was 6 times the 3 signal so I knew EE would be just as good. To be honest if Virgin offered a bolt on for America I'd have stayed with them as it was much cheaper!

It depends on the frequency used on base stations, Three must have a 800mhz transmitting off my local EE/Three base, EE I assume is the refarmed 1800mhz from 2G to 4G, as voice is much clearer on Three, really networks should have to publish this info per site to make a good consumer purchasing decision.

The local base stations here are nuts on ThrEE's MBNL network, the upload is way faster than the download and it's been like that for almost 4 years with no action!

Three/EE & its resellers are all the same. https://image.ibb.co/etYiJF/IMG_2240.png
1 Like #29
My top speedtest is at Canary Wharf at 114Mbps and in my little village gets around 50 to 80Mbps speeds on EE 4G
https://image.ibb.co/kCL8kv/EE_speedtest.png





Edited By: spannerzone on Jun 03, 2017 22:02

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