EE SIM ONLY 24 months - 7GB Data (4G), Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts £12 a month (£288 total contract duration) - HotUKDeals
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EE SIM ONLY 24 months - 7GB Data (4G), Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts £12 a month (£288.00 total contract duration)

£288.00 @ TechRadar
Seems to be only available via TechRadar and Carphone Warehouse EE 24 month contract - Unlimited Texts - Unlimited Mins - 7GB 4G Data Go to the page filter by EE and monthly cost - *the page lis… Read More
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EE 24 month contract - Unlimited Texts - Unlimited Mins - 7GB 4G Data

Go to the page filter by EE and monthly cost - *the page lists 12 months however basket shows 24 months
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43 Likes
A sim only deal on a 2 year contract? No thanks, even if it is good value.
2 years is handset contract length and the main selling point of sim only contracts is that they are usually up to a maximum of 1 year.

From Techradar's own article: "SIM Only deals are usually the best option for those people who are out of contract but want to wait a while before they upgrade,"
34 Likes
I don't understand why people are moaning about this being a 24 month deal....I get the fact that 12 month and monthly rolling deals are more flexible but if you find a good value 24 month deal you are locking in to a good rate for two years. I doubt there'll be many deals available with shed loads of 4g data at this price. Hot from me!
21 Likes
firstofficer
EE are ****. They won't change the contract you've taken it out. My mate got the 18.99/m the one with 5GB, and then all these cheaper ones came out a week later.
He rang them and they literally told him where to stick it..

Key word: 'Contract'
13 Likes
DCFC79
I dont like the fact its a 24 month contract and 7GB is an odd number for data, not 1 Ive seen before.
Lol why does it being 7gb rather than 6 or 8 make you not like it . You got an odd number phobia?
8 Likes
I don't see the problem in signing up for 24 months, If you think the deal is good value and there's nothing cheaper. Especially if you buy your phone outright.

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2 Likes #1
I can't see it
2 Likes #2
trilock
I can't see it
https://s18.postimg.org/54u9ll721/Capture.png
2 Likes #3
got it thanks so much
43 Likes #4
A sim only deal on a 2 year contract? No thanks, even if it is good value.
2 years is handset contract length and the main selling point of sim only contracts is that they are usually up to a maximum of 1 year.

From Techradar's own article: "SIM Only deals are usually the best option for those people who are out of contract but want to wait a while before they upgrade,"
suspended 2 Likes #5
roflll
A sim only deal on a 2 year contract? No thanks, even if it is good value.
2 years is handset contract length and the main selling point of sim only contracts is that they are usually up to a maximum of 1 year.

From Techradar's own article: "SIM Only deals are usually the best option for those people who are out of contract but want to wait a while before they upgrade,"


I much prefer Sim only 30 day rolling contract which you can cancel anytime with 30 days notice. This deal ok for £300 all you need is a phone for £600 then your looking at a normal contract
4 Likes #6
yup 2 years for a SIM only is prohibitive. 12 months is that absolute maximum IMO

Edited By: waynehardy on Nov 05, 2016 13:46: Spelling
2 Likes #7
bloody good deal imo
2 Likes #8
Nice one! Is this including VAT?
I pay £16pm for the same except with only 4Gb EE data for the past 2years.
As I now mostly only use data at home whilst connected to wifi and occasionally on my work breaks I only need 2Gb min data for out and about so this will save me a few quid 8)

Edited By: RealBargainHunter on Nov 05, 2016 13:44
2 Likes #9
RealBargainHunter
Nice one! Is this including VAT?
I pay £16pm for the same except with only 4Gb EE data for the past 2years.
As I now mostly only use data at home whilst connected to wifi and occasionally on my work breaks I only need 2Gb min data for out and about so this will save me a few quid 8)
Do you know if you call ee they will change your data to 16gb for same price? Most folks done this 6 months ago so you should give them a ring :)

Edited By: lianne21 on Nov 05, 2016 13:54
2 Likes #10
If I could rate this ice cold I would. A 2 year contract on a plan that's, bar the data, worse than many monthly sim only contracts?

Incidentally, look out for Virgin Media sim only contracts over the next few weeks. They're going to release one with 5GB of data and 2500 minutes for £10/month I think.

Edited By: supermann on Nov 05, 2016 14:11
1 Like #11
24 months.
#12
Plus £20 quidco
4 Likes #13
Tied in for 24 months pants deal
34 Likes #14
I don't understand why people are moaning about this being a 24 month deal....I get the fact that 12 month and monthly rolling deals are more flexible but if you find a good value 24 month deal you are locking in to a good rate for two years. I doubt there'll be many deals available with shed loads of 4g data at this price. Hot from me!
3 Likes #15
£12 a month with 10gb and unlimited texts/minutes on O2...
1 Like #16
EE are ****. They won't change the contract you've taken it out. My mate got the 18.99/m the one with 5GB, and then all these cheaper ones came out a week later.

He rang them and they literally told him where to stick it..
#17
pez555
£12 a month with 10gb and unlimited texts/minutes on O2...
its £18 big bytes
2 Likes #18
it's a good deal to someone but not me, you wouldn't get me signing up to a 24 month contract no chance!
8 Likes #19
I don't see the problem in signing up for 24 months, If you think the deal is good value and there's nothing cheaper. Especially if you buy your phone outright.
21 Likes #20
firstofficer
EE are ****. They won't change the contract you've taken it out. My mate got the 18.99/m the one with 5GB, and then all these cheaper ones came out a week later.
He rang them and they literally told him where to stick it..

Key word: 'Contract'
4 Likes #21
firstofficer
EE are ****. They won't change the contract you've taken it out. My mate got the 18.99/m the one with 5GB, and then all these cheaper ones came out a week later.
He rang them and they literally told him where to stick it..

Rubbish, he would have been in his 14 cooling off period and could have cancelled without any issues.
1 Like #22
gpawan
pez555
£12 a month with 10gb and unlimited texts/minutes on O2...
its £18 big bytes

not if you go through retentions ;)
3 Likes #23
pez555
gpawan
pez555
£12 a month with 10gb and unlimited texts/minutes on O2...
its £18 big bytes

not if you go through retentions ;)


So you have to be an existing customer?
#24
roflll
A sim only deal on a 2 year contract? No thanks, even if it is good value.
2 years is handset contract length and the main selling point of sim only contracts is that they are usually up to a maximum of 1 year.

From Techradar's own article: "SIM Only deals are usually the best option for those people who are out of contract but want to wait a while before they upgrade,"
4 Likes #25
It is a very good deal and actually being for 24 months is a bonus..at least you dont go through the hasstle of switching after 12 months
4 Likes #26
sam1970
It is a very good deal and actually being for 24 months is a bonus..at least you dont go through the hasstle of switching after 12 months

That's an odd way of looking at it. The 12 month contract would just carry on the same probably.

Both contracts could go up in price. Being locked in for 24 months is not a bonus, especially if a better deal with another provider comes up in the meantime.

Regards 4G, it should, bar yet another delay, be available on Virgin soon. I'm not a fan of Virgin though mind.

Edited By: supermann on Nov 05, 2016 16:39
#27
24 months is too long a period to get locked in a contract, unless it gives you a handset. I am already tired of my 12 months, after 5 months. they won't let me upgrade, even if same price now offers better value.
what is great today, won't be after a year anyway, as atleast your data use will anyway increase.
#28
I dont like the fact its a 24 month contract and 7GB is an odd number for data, not 1 Ive seen before.
1 Like #29
Sim only deals great if u want to buy a phone separately
13 Likes #30
DCFC79
I dont like the fact its a 24 month contract and 7GB is an odd number for data, not 1 Ive seen before.
Lol why does it being 7gb rather than 6 or 8 make you not like it . You got an odd number phobia?
#31
IM up for renewel and 12months i would of been all over this. still a great deal though

Edited By: cadmus on Nov 05, 2016 17:57
#32
firstofficer
EE are ****. They won't change the contract you've taken it out. My mate got the 18.99/m the one with 5GB, and then all these cheaper ones came out a week later.
He rang them and they literally told him where to stick it..

He had 14 day cooling off, should have been able to cancel. They tell you this when you sign up.

Under the Consumer Contract Regulations you can return your purchase to us within 14 days of entering into your contract with us. We'll send more information in the post but please be aware that if you cancel your contract, you will be charged for any usage and line rental whilst you had use of the plan and our services.

I've just recently taken one contract and then switched to a better tariff a few days later.

Edited By: W1zz on Nov 05, 2016 18:07
1 Like #33
U cant go wrong with this even if its a 2yr deal!! Im due an upgrade... will see if i can sign up to this!
#34
24 months?! No thanks! Cold!
1 Like #35
I'm not really sure what the problem is with the 24 month contract? I doubt you are going to get a significantly better deal in 30 days or 12 months.
1 Like #36
just in time before my current contract expires, hot:p
#37
W1zz
firstofficer
EE are ****. They won't change the contract you've taken it out. My mate got the 18.99/m the one with 5GB, and then all these cheaper ones came out a week later.
He rang them and they literally told him where to stick it..
He had 14 day cooling off, should have been able to cancel. They tell you this when you sign up.
Under the Consumer Contract Regulations you can return your purchase to us within 14 days of entering into your contract with us. We'll send more information in the post but please be aware that if you cancel your contract, you will be charged for any usage and line rental whilst you had use of the plan and our services.
I've just recently taken one contract and then switched to a better tariff a few days later.

I think he was a month in.. But still..
#38
nublets2k
firstofficer
EE are ****. They won't change the contract you've taken it out. My mate got the 18.99/m the one with 5GB, and then all these cheaper ones came out a week later.
He rang them and they literally told him where to stick it..
Rubbish, he would have been in his 14 cooling off period and could have cancelled without any issues.

Not if you sign up in store, that only applies to online or over the phone sales
#39
Might jump on this I'm currently paying £12 but for 5GB but on a rolling contract. 24 months is a bit much
#40
Bit odd, techrader website lists it as 12 months, however when you click through to carphone warehouse its 24 months!

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