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http://www.ee.co.uk, choose shop sim only, then pay monthly phone sim, then £19.99 deal, little way down it says "got a voucher", add AWMSE90, checkout

From Wed 3 Aug until Tue 9 Aug, EE* is offering a 12-month contract with unlimited UK minutes and texts and a healthy 16GB of 4G data for £19.99/mth. Plus with the code AWMSE90 you get a £90 Amazon voucher for EE newbies

works out £12.49/mth after Amazon voucher
or
£149.88 for the whole year

free BT Sport for 6 months for free, then £5 / month, choose it when taking out contract

Amazon Voucher will be sent to the email address provided during the purchase within 3 months from connection

thanks to mse

If you prefer cash - Quidco have upped the offer to £88

http://www.quidco.com/ee-sim-only-contracts/
- Babbler

Expired 16 Aug.
- nuttyphilt

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IM SO SORRY! :(
7 Likes
argosextra
So you don't get cash just a voucher so you can waste more money cold for me
Do you ever make a positive comment, tedious.

Thanks OP for sharing Voting Hot 8)
6 Likes
Holding out for the £200 Amazon voucher.
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argosextra
Treboeth
argosextra
So you don't get cash just a voucher so you can waste more money cold for me
Do you ever make a positive comment, tedious.

Thanks OP for sharing Voting Hot 8)

I don't like wasting money and my comment is a fair and honest one what would you prefer £90.00 cash, cheque or a voucher that you must spend.

You tell me what is the point of having a voucher that you have to spend on Amazon, you will only buy for the sake of the voucher, yes I know you will buy the stuff you need but most will be spent because you have a (free) £90.00 voucher in your Amazon account. It's not free because it's part of a deal, I don't want to argue but who ever reads this comment won't say it's a negative one its just my opinion you don't have to agree or disagree ok thanks.

Well, there's not much you can't buy on Amazon now as they pretty much stock everything the world has ever known. So its as good as having cash IMO. That's just my opinion of course.

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12 Likes #1
SORRY! clicked "report expired" when trying to subscribe.

IM SO SORRY! :(
1 Like #2
This is going to get HOT.
#3
You can also get Quidco £70
#4
MOSE
You can also get Quidco £70
I wouldn't risk it, knowing ee they'll reject the voucher and quidco, I am happy with £90 amazon voucher
#5
Rated cold, Amazon vouchers using the MSE code genuinely take up to 3 months to come through and there are have been so many issues with customers using the MSE vouchers, I recommend going for the £85 Amazon voucher which has been verified by EE staff to arrive within 48 hours, offer located @ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-simo-16gb-4g-double-speed-unlimited-mins-texts-85-amazon-voucher-19-99pm-12-months-2489870
3 Likes #6
iHate
Rated cold, Amazon vouchers using the MSE code genuinely take up to 3 months to come through and there are have been so many issues with customers using the MSE vouchers, I recommend going for the £85 Amazon voucher which has been verified by EE staff to arrive within 48 hours, offer located @ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-simo-16gb-4g-double-speed-unlimited-mins-texts-85-amazon-voucher-19-99pm-12-months-2489870


wouldn't be too sure matey

where did you get the info that mse voucher codes have had problems, proof ?

perhaps you did not see this deal till after you signed on the £85 voucher deal ?

even the poster of the deal for which you provide a link says within 3 months, cal centre operators in India will say anything, great if you get it

Where did the poster of the deal for which you provide a link get his voucher code from ?
[helper] 4 Likes #7
iHate
Rated cold, Amazon vouchers using the MSE code genuinely take up to 3 months to come through and there are have been so many issues with customers using the MSE vouchers, I recommend going for the £85 Amazon voucher which has been verified by EE staff to arrive within 48 hours, offer located @ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-simo-16gb-4g-double-speed-unlimited-mins-texts-85-amazon-voucher-19-99pm-12-months-2489870

Can't see you getting the voucher quickly - would make no sense for EE to send out the Amazon voucher given the 14 day cooling off period e.g. what would stop you spending the voucher and cancelling within 14 days
1 Like #8
batista
iHate
Rated cold, Amazon vouchers using the MSE code genuinely take up to 3 months to come through and there are have been so many issues with customers using the MSE vouchers, I recommend going for the £85 Amazon voucher which has been verified by EE staff to arrive within 48 hours, offer located @ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-simo-16gb-4g-double-speed-unlimited-mins-texts-85-amazon-voucher-19-99pm-12-months-2489870
wouldn't be too sure matey
where did you get the info that mse voucher codes have had problems, proof ?
perhaps you did not see this deal till after you signed on the £85 voucher deal ?
even the poster of the deal for which you provide a link says within 3 months, cal centre operators in India will say anything, great if you get it
Where did the poster of the deal for which you provide a link get his voucher code from ?

If you did a quick google search you'd be enlightened a bit regarding MSE amazon vouchers and how many issues people are having trying to redeem them.

I spoke to a EE Rep and I have confirmation (proof) that I will get the voucher within 48 hours, should it not come within 48 hours I will call EE and make them give it to me as the purchase was made based on the information given by the EE member of staff and EE will have to honour it otherwise it could be deemed as mis-selling or misrepresenting a product to obtain a sale.
#9
So you don't get cash just a voucher so you can waste more money cold for me
4 Likes #10
I may have to go for this. it makes my genitals firm with excitement
7 Likes #11
argosextra
So you don't get cash just a voucher so you can waste more money cold for me
Do you ever make a positive comment, tedious.

Thanks OP for sharing Voting Hot 8)
2 Likes #12
Treboeth
argosextra
So you don't get cash just a voucher so you can waste more money cold for me
Do you ever make a positive comment, tedious.

Thanks OP for sharing Voting Hot 8)


I don't like wasting money and my comment is a fair and honest one what would you prefer £90.00 cash, cheque or a voucher that you must spend.

You tell me what is the point of having a voucher that you have to spend on Amazon, you will only buy for the sake of the voucher, yes I know you will buy the stuff you need but most will be spent because you have a (free) £90.00 voucher in your Amazon account. It's not free because it's part of a deal, I don't want to argue but who ever reads this comment won't say it's a negative one its just my opinion you don't have to agree or disagree ok thanks.
1 Like #13
apmirkin
I may have to go for this. it makes my genitals firm with excitement

Far too much information. Call it an added bonus.
5 Likes #14
argosextra
Treboeth
argosextra
So you don't get cash just a voucher so you can waste more money cold for me
Do you ever make a positive comment, tedious.

Thanks OP for sharing Voting Hot 8)

I don't like wasting money and my comment is a fair and honest one what would you prefer £90.00 cash, cheque or a voucher that you must spend.

You tell me what is the point of having a voucher that you have to spend on Amazon, you will only buy for the sake of the voucher, yes I know you will buy the stuff you need but most will be spent because you have a (free) £90.00 voucher in your Amazon account. It's not free because it's part of a deal, I don't want to argue but who ever reads this comment won't say it's a negative one its just my opinion you don't have to agree or disagree ok thanks.

Well, there's not much you can't buy on Amazon now as they pretty much stock everything the world has ever known. So its as good as having cash IMO. That's just my opinion of course.
#15
What a pain, I signed up for the £70 Amazon voucher a few days ago. Cancel and sign up again?
1 Like #16
anthony69
argosextra
Treboeth
argosextra
So you don't get cash just a voucher so you can waste more money cold for me
Do you ever make a positive comment, tedious.

Thanks OP for sharing Voting Hot 8)

I don't like wasting money and my comment is a fair and honest one what would you prefer £90.00 cash, cheque or a voucher that you must spend.

You tell me what is the point of having a voucher that you have to spend on Amazon, you will only buy for the sake of the voucher, yes I know you will buy the stuff you need but most will be spent because you have a (free) £90.00 voucher in your Amazon account. It's not free because it's part of a deal, I don't want to argue but who ever reads this comment won't say it's a negative one its just my opinion you don't have to agree or disagree ok thanks.

Well, there's not much you can't buy on Amazon now as they pretty much stock everything the world has ever known. So its as good as having cash IMO. That's just my opinion of course.


I was replying to Treboeth comment about not making a positive comment and being tedious. Yes I know Amazon sell everything but you want to buy when you want to not force into spending vouchers because you got it with a phone contract.
1 Like #17
apmirkin
I may have to go for this. it makes my genitals firm with excitement


Why are you commenting on your body parts we don't want to know if it's firm or strong or small it's great you have some now put your finger on it and don't forget to take it out.
#18
i prefer the cashback worth £70
2 Likes #19
argosextra
anthony69
argosextra
Treboeth
argosextra
So you don't get cash just a voucher so you can waste more money cold for me
Do you ever make a positive comment, tedious.

Thanks OP for sharing Voting Hot 8)

I don't like wasting money and my comment is a fair and honest one what would you prefer £90.00 cash, cheque or a voucher that you must spend.

You tell me what is the point of having a voucher that you have to spend on Amazon, you will only buy for the sake of the voucher, yes I know you will buy the stuff you need but most will be spent because you have a (free) £90.00 voucher in your Amazon account. It's not free because it's part of a deal, I don't want to argue but who ever reads this comment won't say it's a negative one its just my opinion you don't have to agree or disagree ok thanks.

Well, there's not much you can't buy on Amazon now as they pretty much stock everything the world has ever known. So its as good as having cash IMO. That's just my opinion of course.


I was replying to Treboeth comment about not making a positive comment and being tedious. Yes I know Amazon sell everything but you want to buy when you want to not force into spending vouchers because you got it with a phone contract.


The vouchers are valid for years - so you buy your items when u need to. No one forces me to buy anything. Just admit it was a daft comment
#20
Voucher not being accepted?
#21
iHate
batista
iHate
Rated cold, Amazon vouchers using the MSE code genuinely take up to 3 months to come through and there are have been so many issues with customers using the MSE vouchers, I recommend going for the £85 Amazon voucher which has been verified by EE staff to arrive within 48 hours, offer located @ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-simo-16gb-4g-double-speed-unlimited-mins-texts-85-amazon-voucher-19-99pm-12-months-2489870
wouldn't be too sure matey
where did you get the info that mse voucher codes have had problems, proof ?
perhaps you did not see this deal till after you signed on the £85 voucher deal ?
even the poster of the deal for which you provide a link says within 3 months, cal centre operators in India will say anything, great if you get it
Where did the poster of the deal for which you provide a link get his voucher code from ?
If you did a quick google search you'd be enlightened a bit regarding MSE amazon vouchers and how many issues people are having trying to redeem them.
I spoke to a EE Rep and I have confirmation (proof) that I will get the voucher within 48 hours, should it not come within 48 hours I will call EE and make them give it to me as the purchase was made based on the information given by the EE member of staff and EE will have to honour it otherwise it could be deemed as mis-selling or misrepresenting a product to obtain a sale.
good luck , hope you get it, but as Chanch32 said above you will be lucky because there's a 14 day cooling off period
#22
Roaming options on EE seem to be poor
#23
oxtailjuice
Voucher not being accepted?
try this link

http://shop.ee.co.uk/cart#voucher_link
1 Like #24
cheers op, £13.50 one was a bit too much for me, this one is perfect
1 Like #25
Hot..I am on an old Tmobile contract. Will I be considered a EE newbie? If I do manage to get this will I be able to port my existing number?
#26
****, just like anthony69 I signed up on Sunday with the £70 Amazon voucher!
#27
Chanchi32
iHate
Rated cold, Amazon vouchers using the MSE code genuinely take up to 3 months to come through and there are have been so many issues with customers using the MSE vouchers, I recommend going for the £85 Amazon voucher which has been verified by EE staff to arrive within 48 hours, offer located @ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-simo-16gb-4g-double-speed-unlimited-mins-texts-85-amazon-voucher-19-99pm-12-months-2489870
Can't see you getting the voucher quickly - would make no sense for EE to send out the Amazon voucher given the 14 day cooling off period e.g. what would stop you spending the voucher and cancelling within 14 days

When I spoke to them on the phone they confirmed that after three months Amazon will be in touch with the code.
1 Like #28
awesome deal! ordered!!
6 Likes #29
Holding out for the £200 Amazon voucher.
#30
Looking at the terms on MSE, the voucher will be dispatched within 3 months of purchase - this is straight from their site:

'You'll be emailed a £90 Amazon voucher within three months of your Sim activating.'

The terms & conditions would be exactly the same as the £85 Amazon voucher deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-simo-16gb-4g-double-speed-unlimited-mins-texts-85-amazon-voucher-19-99pm-12-months-2489870

"T&Cs:
This offer is only available to new EE Mobile customers who successfully connect to the network on the 12 month £19.99 16GB sim only contract only

This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount code, offers or cashback

If this offer is used in conjunction with any other offer, the gift voucher will be declined

The Amazon Voucher will be sent to the email address provided during the purchase within 3 months from connection

The offer is available online only and is not available instore or via telesales"
#31
anyone know if I can use this personal contract as a business contract? I just started contracting and looking for a business tarrif
#32
anyone know how long it takes to confirm the order? mines been done for over 3 hours but Ive just got the "we are processing your order" email
#33
I've just took off all my clothes
#34
FFS ordered the £70 voucher deal already :(:(
#35
i have bought 1 contract year ago by attracting amazon voucher. i am still waiting... i am forgetting voucher now. i have emailed them several time but they never replied
#36
anthony212
anyone know how long it takes to confirm the order? mines been done for over 3 hours but Ive just got the "we are processing your order" email

I ordered one on Monday and still have nothing more than "Order being Processed"
#37
Argosextra, your connect are unhelpful and shows a lack of maturity. I advise you get a job, and leave this site to people who actually want to help each other out.

Edited By: geardown107 on Aug 03, 2016 13:01
#38
Cancelled my contract with ee back in June, anyone know if I'd count as a new customer again?
#39
Shame it's not available to existing customer. It may have dissuaded me from switching to Three.
#40
Halfmad
Cancelled my contract with ee back in June, anyone know if I'd count as a new customer again?
Same questions / situation. Im guessing so?

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