EE SIMO 5GB data (up to 60 Mbps) ult mins/texts 21.99 effective cost 10.99 after cashback by redemption - HotUKDeals
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EE SIMO 5GB data (up to 60 Mbps) ult mins/texts 21.99 effective cost 10.99 after cashback by redemption

£21.99 @ MobilePhones Direct
I know redemption cashback deals don't suit everyone but I've had good experiences with MPD up to now. For £21.99 for 12 month contract you get -5GB data, 4G up to 60Mbps, fast enough rather tha…
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
I know redemption cashback deals don't suit everyone but I've had good experiences with MPD up to now.

For £21.99 for 12 month contract you get

-5GB data, 4G up to 60Mbps, fast enough rather than superspeed
- unlimited minutes and texts.
- 6 months free Apple music, which I haven't used before,
- 3 months BT sport (wasted on me).

For £22.99 you can have 4G max (up to 90 Mbps) with 4GB data instead.

MPD offers £132 cashback to be redeemed quarterly. I've done this several times before and it takes literally a minute, you have 60 days window to email your bill and they send a cheque a few weeks later.

TCB is £11.00 as well bringing monthly total down to £10.07.

It's the best deal I can find for EE mobile which is the best reception round here, leaving BT same network which has been fast and flawless.
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
forgot to say MPD = mobilephonesdirect
#2
I'm on 4gb data 4g. 1000 minuets. unlimited text and 6 months bt sports for £8.99
#3
what does mpd stand for?
#5
brendanhickey
what does mpd stand for?
mobile phones direct
#6


​I can't get Vodafone reception at home (and 3 is patchey too) so not for me. Agree they have some good deals
#7
I am paying £11.99 p/m for 16GB via MPD with EE for a redemption deal, so this looks a little stingy
#8
mynameisthehulk
I am paying £11.99 p/m for 16GB via MPD with EE for a redemption deal, so this looks a little stingy


​Agreed that looks like a better deal. I only get 2GB with my current BT deal and that's usually enough for me so 5GB feels generous enough for my needs

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