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EE Sim only unlimited mins unlimited texts 15gb data (shared for 2) £27.00 or £13.50 each with no contract @ee

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Don't know if this is of interest I had 2 SIM cards, one for myself and the wife paying £47 a month for sim only 30 day rolling. After ringing to say we wanted to leave they done us a good deal
matthewnunn1986 Avatar6d, 16h agoFound 6 days, 16 hours ago6 Comments
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do you get wifi calling on PAYG?
Hate this company with vengeance ... How Ofcom haven't shut these down, God only knows
you can double the data for an extra £1 when taking out a shared plan, wonder if this would qualify
Seems a decent deal to me.
I doubt there's many deals out there with 7.5gb and unlimited texts and called for £13.50 as that's what it works out to
R0adRat
I don't know why so cold, yes you can get better deals but not necessarily with Ee. I think a similar EE one yesterday was 12gb unlimited mins and texts for £16.89 so if you need two sim cards and 15gb is enough between you then it's a fair price.


I agree
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3 Months BT Sports free on EE

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Free BT sports for 3 months on EE. You’ll get access to every live BT Sport match in the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League and the Barclays Premier League, The FA Cup, SPFL, Aviva Premi…
thecoolguy Avatar6d, 17h agoFound 6 days, 17 hours ago12 Comments
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showstopper
is this for EE pay as you go aswell?

No. If you visit the "EE customers get 3 months' free live sport on BT Sport app" offer page on the EE website and scroll down to the FAQ section, headed "A few things we thought you'd like to know:", then click on the first question, where it says "What is the free BT Sport app offer?", you'll see it says:-

This offer is not available to pay as you go, EE Home Broadband, Car WiFi, Connected Camera, 4GEE WiFi SIM only and large business customers.

If you’ve previously benefited from our six months’ free offer, you won’t be eligible.

Essentially, this offer is only applicable to Pay monthly customers on 4GEE handset, connected tablet and SIM only phone plans... so you can only get the BT Sport app free for three months if that applies to you.
is this for EE pay as you go aswell?
Ccontrol
Ben GT
Ccontrol
I tried to stream on to Apple TV. Doesn't work.
Android screen mirror onto Chromecast works.
Works for me. I do it every game
Using an iPhone? Which version of Apple TV? My Apple TV says it is not supported.


Gen 1 or gen 2 :/


https://app.box.com/s/idrqd7363f7ma3saa0o244zf23yzf8ee
Ben GT
Ccontrol
I tried to stream on to Apple TV. Doesn't work.
Android screen mirror onto Chromecast works.
Works for me. I do it every game
Using an iPhone? Which version of Apple TV? My Apple TV says it is not supported.
Can a mod please move this to freebies?
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EE Sim only deal. unlimited mins, unlimited text, 20Gb data. £15 p/m. 12 mth deal £180.00 (retention deal)

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My contract had come to an end so I phoned EE and told them I was leaving and going to 3. They offered me this retention deal without any haggling.
Daftasabrush Avatar1w, 1h agoFound 1 week, 1 hour ago108 Comments
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This deal is fabulous! I just called up to try my luck as my 12m SIMO expires in March - requested PAC and the Virgin deal... It took seconds for them to come back with the 20GB deal + 15GB in EU + 12 months BT Sport. The new contract end date is 12 months from today.
My EE contract expires on 6th April, called 150 and selected I want to leave, I've been told I am talking with retentions team and I quoted the Virgin £15 for 5000 min unlim txt and 20GB and asked if they could match that.

Waited 5 sec and said yes - EE Max Plan, unlim min, unlim txt and 20GB + 15GB in EU. Accepted, took 2 min to switch on the new plan. That went surprisingly fast. Done.

Eligible to upgrade / jump on another plan after 3 months fyi.

Thanks guys :D

Edited By: Bogditzy on Jan 19, 2017 15:38
Daftasabrush
DominikB
Daftasabrush
DominikB
Now, has this deal thread been expired for a reason? I is not available anymore?
Do not understand your comment?
What are you trying to get across ? Do you want the deal and can't get it?
Do you need some help?
Many people have taken advantage of this posting and had a result, as the whole purpose of this site ???
Well, no. No need for help. Just rang them this evening, mentioned Three's £13 a month plan and also Virgin Mobile's £15. The EE representative said £15 is expired and they do not offer it as if today. Asked for a PAC...
@Daftasabrush I sense upset in your post. Did i get it right? ​
It's how you talk to them, odd people haven't got the deal over the last few days, some have today!
It's all down to who you get on the phone, and your communication skills..... oops your in the "I have failed,poor skills department"
I can't agree with this enough. This tends to be my experience on the whole, communicating well with them tends to reap a reward. Managed to negotiate a 1000 min, unltd texts and 4Gb data for £8.99. I don't need the 20gb here and appreciate the cheaper cost. I had around two months of my sim only deal left.
DominikB
Daftasabrush
DominikB
Now, has this deal thread been expired for a reason? I is not available anymore?
Do not understand your comment?
What are you trying to get across ? Do you want the deal and can't get it?
Do you need some help?
Many people have taken advantage of this posting and had a result, as the whole purpose of this site ???
Well, no. No need for help. Just rang them this evening, mentioned Three's £13 a month plan and also Virgin Mobile's £15. The EE representative said £15 is expired and they do not offer it as if today. Asked for a PAC...
@Daftasabrush I sense upset in your post. Did i get it right? ​
It's how you talk to them, odd people haven't got the deal over the last few days, some have today!
It's all down to who you get on the phone, and your communication skills..... oops your in the "I have failed,poor skills department"
Daftasabrush
DominikB
Now, has this deal thread been expired for a reason? I is not available anymore?

Do not understand your comment?

What are you trying to get across ? Do you want the deal and can't get it?

Do you need some help?

Many people have taken advantage of this posting and had a result, as the whole purpose of this site ???


Well, no. No need for help. Just rang them this evening, mentioned Three's £13 a month plan and also Virgin Mobile's £15. The EE representative said £15 is expired and they do not offer it as if today. Asked for a PAC...

@Daftasabrush I sense upset in your post. Did i get it right? ​
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SIM only EE deal - 8GB unltd mins and txt £13.50 for 12 months - £162.00

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This is my first ever post but had to share on here My contract was up for renewal and not wanting to change my phone I opted for a sim only deal Using the plusnet deals as bait, I called 150 an…
ismailtimol Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago116 Comments
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Just did the 150, spoke to cancellations to ask for PAC code, spoke to 3 different people, not one tried to get me to stay, told the last person what I would be getting from Virgin's deal, they said, yeah great deal, made no attempt to counter or match it, so took my PAC and have swapped. Turns out Virgin use EE network to piggyback off anyways, so big discount and same coverage as before, not sure if I've received good service or not??? either way am now paying less for more :-)
Tried retentions again and they wouldn't offer me the 20gb for £15. Will try again tonight
They would match the plusnet deal, but only on a 12 month contract vs. 4Gb/unlimited/unlimited on 3 day. No 8.99 here. So I decided to go with Plusnet - 7.50 deal. it's good enough for me.
mubashar
I went for:
12M SIM Max Plan 4GB £22.99 PLAN
Deal: £7.99pm (£15 discount pm)
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited Texts
4GB of 4G++ Data
All calls & data can be used in Europe
BT Sports app & suscription
I called 150 and selected option to upgrade or leave. I did not need to ask for PACK code but this was a Retentions team member. I asked if they can match the offer I had seen for unlimited minutes and texts and 4GB Data for £8. She checked with her manager and confirmed that they could. She said that this would include only 0.5 GB of data in Europe. She said that is only available on the Max Plan and went back to check with her manager and came back to confirm that they could indeed offer it to me. :)
This now also included BT Sports as well as full use of allowance in Europe.
I was not asked for any details of the offer I had asked to match. The offer I had was actually £10pm but with £24 Cashback worked out to £8pm (http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/shopping-basket?/cache/basket/add/sim_only/pay-monthly-three-micro/three-4g-10-unlimited-e-12-4gb/free-delivery/cashback-by-redemption/index.html/add/sim_only/pay-monthly-three-micro/three-4g-10-unlimited-e-12-4gb/free-delivery/cashback-by-redemption)
She mentioned 50p charge for calling 084/085 numbers and I asked her to maintain the ADD-ON I always have:
300 min of 084/085 numbers for £3 pm
Worth the extra £3pm if you need to call such number every now and then and also can be used to make international calls via 084/087 access numbers.
I was hoping that the discounted main plan would roll on after 12 months but I was told that I would need to ring in and see what upgrade options were available at that time.
I was also told that I was entitled to an offer on a second line and that they could offer the exact same deal.
I think if one has Wifi at home and work, 4GB of data is plenty. Good luck with your efforts.
Damn lucky you got a great deal there, I called them yesterday and all I got from Retention was
2GB Data, Unlimited Calls & Text for £10 a month :/
I went for:

12M SIM Max Plan 4GB £22.99 PLAN

Deal: £7.99pm (£15 discount pm)
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited Texts
4GB of 4G++ Data

All calls & data can be used in Europe
BT Sports app & suscription

I called 150 and selected option to upgrade or leave. I did not need to ask for PACK code but this was a Retentions team member. I asked if they can match the offer I had seen for unlimited minutes and texts and 4GB Data for £8. She checked with her manager and confirmed that they could. She said that this would include only 0.5 GB of data in Europe. She said that is only available on the Max Plan and went back to check with her manager and came back to confirm that they could indeed offer it to me. :)

This now also included BT Sports as well as full use of allowance in Europe.

I was not asked for any details of the offer I had asked to match. The offer I had was actually £10pm but with £24 Cashback worked out to £8pm (http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/shopping-basket?/cache/basket/add/sim_only/pay-monthly-three-micro/three-4g-10-unlimited-e-12-4gb/free-delivery/cashback-by-redemption/index.html/add/sim_only/pay-monthly-three-micro/three-4g-10-unlimited-e-12-4gb/free-delivery/cashback-by-redemption)

She mentioned 50p charge for calling 084/085 numbers and I asked her to maintain the ADD-ON I always have:

300 min of 084/085 numbers for £3 pm

Worth the extra £3pm if you need to call such number every now and then and also can be used to make international calls via 084/087 access numbers.

I was hoping that the discounted main plan would roll on after 12 months but I was told that I would need to ring in and see what upgrade options were available at that time.

I was also told that I was entitled to an offer on a second line and that they could offer the exact same deal.

I think if one has Wifi at home and work, 4GB of data is plenty. Good luck with your efforts.

Edited By: mubashar on Jan 15, 2017 20:30
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EE sim only 12GB @ ee.co.uk 16.89 [Existing Customers / Second line]

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This seems like a great deal, was 27.89. Few other offers on there but this is the top value one. Its the fastest 4G too, upto 90Mb, not 60Mb. Existing customers / second line deal. Took o…
check_your_bank Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago12 Comments
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Good deal as true WIFI calling on EE
jh787
shouldn't a second line be more cheaper than any current offers available?
As mentioned earlier £15 for 20gb is available without too much haggling from EE so surely they should match that...
This IS cheaper than the plan for new customers. New customers pay £19.99.
But still, at this price, you can get more from other providers. My work gets me 20% off as well on this plan which amounts to approx £14 but it is still not a good deal with all the choices available at the moment.
shouldn't a second line be more cheaper than any current offers available?
As mentioned earlier £15 for 20gb is available without too much haggling from EE so surely they should match that...
t002236
Wasn't there a virgin sim with 20gb for £15?


I was tempted by that but there's no tethering agreement with any of Virgin's plans.

I don't really understand the logic. "Here is a finite amount of data, but you can't send 0's and 1's in certain ways just in case you actually use the data you paid for." I could understand if it was an "unlimited" plan, but not capped.
I've been with EE SIM only for years, but left yesterday and joined the Three 30GB, 600. mins and unlimited texts deal for £18 yesterday. This is still a great deal for those wanting to stay with EE, so heat added.
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simo retention deal £7.99 pm 12m @ EE £95.88

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Just signed up thus it's my first post. Just got of the phone to EE retentions and have been offered. Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 4GB of 4G data 12 month contract. £7.99 Thought it was a
shorty1892 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago28 Comments
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I paid £1 more than this but a nice monthly saving. Cheers for reminding me to call OP :)
Thank you so much, they agreed to this deal once I mentioned it to them. :)
I'm on £5 unlimited max 4g data unlimited texts and calls and they threw in a Ferrari ! Beat that for retentions !
Tesco do 5k mins 5k txt 12gb data for £17.50 month, which is best for me as EE, 3 etc all have intermittent signal where I live.
i managed to get this deal near the end of November. I just called up and told them i want to leave and they gave my PAC code. They then called back the same day and offered this but on the 4gb Max plan
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EE pay monthly sim only £19.99 for 12 mths total £239.88 ( unlimited calls and texts and 12gb of 4g data plus the sport app )

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couldn't find this previously posted but unlimited calls and texts and 12gb of 4g data plus the sport app for 19.99 ( normally £30 a month ,12 month contract) is a great deal in my opinion.
gav123 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago17 Comments
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I managed to get 2 lines upgraded to the 20GB Max plan with 5GB extra free wifi and BT sport for £15 per month on boxing day. You're better off contacting the upgrade team to cancel the upgrade and when asked for the reason, request the 20GB plan with 5GB extra for £15 per month.
firstofficer
Barge
gav123
firstofficer
paza12
firstofficer
Like you rightly say, 'in my opinion'
This is ice ice cold - In my opinion..
Kind regards and merry Xmas.
Any other suggestions please? Looking at the vodafone 20gb deal for £10 a month at the moment?
Just a quick Google search will reveal all.. Mainly with EE... Eg 16 GB for 8 quids..
The temperature of this deal speaks for itself..
I'll get my coat.. Will need it given how cold it is here..
​your deals sound much better. post them up , there's a good lad.
I bet the Muppet don't reply, all bravado are some people on here! They make it their life's work dissing good deals...
Good deal? Where?? You're deluded..
Do what u were asked then muppet and post your better deals....
Barge
gav123
firstofficer
paza12
firstofficer
Like you rightly say, 'in my opinion'
This is ice ice cold - In my opinion..
Kind regards and merry Xmas.
Any other suggestions please? Looking at the vodafone 20gb deal for £10 a month at the moment?
Just a quick Google search will reveal all.. Mainly with EE... Eg 16 GB for 8 quids..
The temperature of this deal speaks for itself..
I'll get my coat.. Will need it given how cold it is here..
​your deals sound much better. post them up , there's a good lad.
I bet the Muppet don't reply, all bravado are some people on here! They make it their life's work dissing good deals...

Good deal? Where?? You're deluded..
It's a max plan so you can roam in the EU with your whole allowance.

The tesco mobile 5000 mins 5000 texts and 12gb at £17.50 is hot? I'd rather this with the better network, BT sport, WiFi calling and roaming included for EU, surely the £2.49 per month is worth that?
Existing customers can get this deal for £16.99, although it was 20GB for the same cost for Black Friday. There's no better EE deals at present.
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4GEE EE 20gb Data upgrade from 4GB for an extra £1.00 / Retention offer

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last month I used my 4gb data, purchased another 1gb as an add on for £6.99. my plan refreshed on the 20th dec and I used the remainder of my 1gb this morning. but theres a glitch in the system tha…
BobIzYaUncle Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago13 Comments
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just ask about changing you're data allowance
was just offered 20gb for £19.99 by one dept then 8gb for £25.99 by another department....what a great company they are!!
just phoned and tried 3 different depts including phone billing & retentions with no luck
rang 150 phone billing
What options did you choose, I got through to newcastle call centre and they were only offering 4gb -> 20gb for £5 extra

Sorted, got it

Edited By: gavinlew on Dec 23, 2016 14:48: Updated experiece
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Apple 2 metre charging lead £5.99 instore @ EE

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Two metre long lightening charging cables processing at £5.99 in EE stores as of today. Normally £14.99, and the brand is Just Wireless so the leads come with a lifetime warranty.
Liamthefork Avatar4w, 19h agoFound 4 weeks, 19 hours ago35 Comments
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sellingthings123
Brewer
haritori
Brewer
Derek_Duval
Uridium
rovingman
Uridium
2m lightning cables in poundland, no not official Apple but neither is this one....
This cable is certified(MFi) by Apple while poundland cables are not.
The ones in poundland work just fine and you can have 6 of them for this price...
Never had a poundland one last more than a month, false economy. They also charge slower and are 1m not 2m (unless they've just started selling them?)
Not true. They charge just as quickly as long as you use the correct USB charging device, plus they have been available in 2M for at least a year as I have had them for that long! Seems Poundland cables are far more reliable than the "information" you impart on the matter....
Heard you the first time mate, but it is true I've tried many of them with an iPad Air, iPad Mini & iPhone 5c and they cannot charge and be used at the same time without draining the battery, I've used them with a 10A charger too.. and they will charge but very slow... also the quality of these cables is very shoddy, I've had numerous cables break off at the lighting port end.
But life to short to actually care what you think of my 'imparting', Ill stick with my £5.99 sync wires with life time guarantee, which has so far lasted me over 18 months, and you stick with you £1.00 cables.. they barely last a week in some cases.
You're credibility on Poundland cables was shot when you said they don't sell 2M ones, which as I pointed out they have been doing for over a year. Thus rendering your other views on them invalid, being based on out of date information.
http://www.macrumors.com/2016/12/02/fake-apple-chargers-fail-safety-tests/


​.........the most relevant bit of which is this:

This article is about cheap dodgy counterfeit goods. You will be perfectly safe buying cheaper chargers made by reputable manufacturers that are sold by reputable retailers who are all above board and are not bypassing the safety regulations. Apple is not the only the only company in the world that can make safe chargers.
Brewer
haritori
Brewer
Derek_Duval
Uridium
rovingman
Uridium
2m lightning cables in poundland, no not official Apple but neither is this one....
This cable is certified(MFi) by Apple while poundland cables are not.
The ones in poundland work just fine and you can have 6 of them for this price...
Never had a poundland one last more than a month, false economy. They also charge slower and are 1m not 2m (unless they've just started selling them?)
Not true. They charge just as quickly as long as you use the correct USB charging device, plus they have been available in 2M for at least a year as I have had them for that long! Seems Poundland cables are far more reliable than the "information" you impart on the matter....
Heard you the first time mate, but it is true I've tried many of them with an iPad Air, iPad Mini & iPhone 5c and they cannot charge and be used at the same time without draining the battery, I've used them with a 10A charger too.. and they will charge but very slow... also the quality of these cables is very shoddy, I've had numerous cables break off at the lighting port end.
But life to short to actually care what you think of my 'imparting', Ill stick with my £5.99 sync wires with life time guarantee, which has so far lasted me over 18 months, and you stick with you £1.00 cables.. they barely last a week in some cases.
You're credibility on Poundland cables was shot when you said they don't sell 2M ones, which as I pointed out they have been doing for over a year. Thus rendering your other views on them invalid, being based on out of date information.
http://www.macrumors.com/2016/12/02/fake-apple-chargers-fail-safety-tests/
Have some heat , just bought 3 for the family to use in Blackwood Caerphilly.
Just got one at the Richmond (Surrey) branch. They had about a dozen left.
Wow, not agreeing with what the guy said but buy a new phone just to get a new cable haha? Pretty much every manufacturer sells their charging cables... Proper facepalm moment there.
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Retention deal - 4GEE Max SIM Plan 25GB Unltd SMS & Mins + BT Sport and EU Roaming Data, Mins & SMS £15 p/m 12 months £225.00

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I just called up EE to ask if I can switch my Contract (which is due to end 10 Jan) to a SIM Only plan early as I had seen an offer on Uswitch for 10GB, Unltd SMS & Mins for £17.99pm (usually £19.99pm…
Seanybrowne Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago53 Comments
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Has anyone who wasn't already with EE managed to get them to do this deal?
Not good news then as I'm not an EE customer and wanted to get this deal.
Yes I am, just out of contract on Tuesday.
PasPer2
Call #1 made - offered nothing. Couldn't even match Virgin's £15 deal.

Are you an existing EE customer?
Is this a retention only deal or would it be available to new customers also who phone up and mention the deal?

I'm guessing as you need to phone up and purchase this contract, then Quidco/TCB is out of the question?

Is this the number anyone who has managed to get this deal has been using 0800 956 6000 ?

Thanks.
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EE customers six months free of Apple Music

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Hello. Life's better with music. So we're giving you six free months of Apple Music on us. That's over 40 million songs, playlists, personalised recommendations and more, all for your personal enjoyme…
abbazz Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago17 Comments
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RadiantDuck
I got a text offering me this as I was along time customer. Definitely not a new customer or upgraded recently


I've just text to try and get this and have had a response back saying its only available to new or upgraded customers within the last 30 days. I have been invited to check if I am eligible to upgrade
RedmanDealer
mtuk1

It's Trial. Trail is a totally different word. And I bet Christmas is a blast in your house. Lighten up. Misery guts.

Not sure what Xmas has got to do with anything and you know nothing about me so don't try to throw petty insults around. I was challenged to justify my comments which I did do. Have you got a reasoned argument back? Or should we just give out heat cos its Xmas. Looking at the ratings, looks like others have agreed with me.


Hold your hands out for a sense of humour transplant. You obviously haven't got one. As I said, you probably don't get this as it's humour, I bet Christmas us a fun and fantastic time in your house. Cheer up.
mtuk1

It's Trial. Trail is a totally different word. And I bet Christmas is a blast in your house. Lighten up. Misery guts.

Not sure what Xmas has got to do with anything and you know nothing about me so don't try to throw petty insults around. I was challenged to justify my comments which I did do. Have you got a reasoned argument back? Or should we just give out heat cos its Xmas. Looking at the ratings, looks like others have agreed with me.
Message states only available to pay monthly customers who have upgraded in the last 30 days
Been with EE/T-mobile for 12 years, have three lines with them and I just get a 'we're sorry' when I try to sign up for this, so must be pot luck.
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LG G5 PAYG £379, £10 top up, total £389.00 instore @ EE

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Cheapest I've seen it. In store Buchanan galleries Glasgow. Would've bought one but was really rushing to my kids Christmas concert last thing this evening. Thought I could get online, but no sign
njmhughes Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago9 Comments
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Is the LG G5 dual sim in the UK?
EE/Vodafone has free unlocking for payg users as long as you provide proof of purchase :D
if you can't find stock with Argos, try here
http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/contract-mobile-phones/lg-g5
Ahh sorry I wasn't aware there was a stock issue. I was only aware of the deal.
Hmm, no Argos stock anywhere near me.
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Huawei p9 lite payg £129.00 + £10 top-up (£139) instore @ EE

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in EE stores only, not online. 129 +10 top up on for black 159 + 10 top up for gold The phone comes with a 5.20-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels. The Hua…
WackyClaret Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago251 Comments
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Is there a way of unlocking this phone from EE WITHOUT using the supplied £10 PAYG sim they make you buy with the phone?
I want to unlock it and then sell that separately.

EDIT: Apparently not.

Edited By: coursemyhorse on Jan 19, 2017 20:33: u
Timeblast
To those that got the unlock code from EE, how do they send the unlock code via? Email or text or both? Thanks.
Email, but will text you with updates.
To those that got the unlock code from EE, how do they send the unlock code via? Email or text or both? Thanks.

Edited By: Timeblast on Jan 19, 2017 12:23
coursemyhorse
Expd
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First attempt to unlock failed and I had to wait another 10 days for the code, total 18 days, was told they will put a note to prioritise but came in 10 days.
Unlocked the phone, debranded & upgraded the firmware to 2 sim version.
I don't fancy the phone and thinking of selling it if any interested.
I bought a few days ago Moto g4 play which I may use instead. I'm not comparing the two here. I will be missing the fingerprint scanner
Since you seem to know what you're doing....
1. I couldn't wait on EE, so ponied up €4 to get my phone unlocked (via dc-unlocker), but apparently I need to pony up another €4 if I want to unlock the bootloader....are you saying that the unlock code that EE eventually sent you gave you unbridled access to the phone (to allow you to do the procedure to enable dual sim)
2. What guide did you follow to successfully get the 2nd sim card clot working?
3. After doing this upgrade does everything work (no bugs?)
Thanks.
The code sent by EE is only to unlock the phone to accept any network/sim card.
You do not need the above code to unlock the bootloader/ debrand/upgrade the firmware. You can do these operations while the phone still locked to EE.
Unlocking the bootloader is the easiest part, first request the bootloader password from the Huawei website ( a free straightforward immediate procedure). You need Huawei ID to log in. http://emui.huawei.com/en/plugin/unlock/index (I recommend to log in first then open another tab and copy the link given here to go straight to the unlocking page). After getting the password you need a command via fastboot to unlock it.
Debranding/upgrading the firmware to 2 sim is not easy I'm afraid, it took long long hours till I got there. My laptop is ready now to do these operation in no time. Unlocking the bootloader is just the introduction (required) and the easiest part. Also you need a SD card. Obtaining and Rewriting files via adb/fastboot command ...etc.
*Be advised that unlocking the bootloader will Factory reset the phone so you need to backup if needed.
No bugs as all I did is changing the firmware from 1 sim EE branded version to 2 sim Europe version.
1: What is branded about the EE Firmware?
2: Are you saying that the dual sim feature of this phone does not work and is locked down when you buy from EE and keep the EE firmware on there?
3: When you unlock the boot loader does this void your warranty?
4: There seems to be some threads online where there are a couple of different methods of unlocking the boot loader. From a quick skim read, some people are saying that a certain method keeps the warranty intact because they are able to "relock" the boot loader. Other replies say that the phone would just show a status of "relocked" anyway so would be detectable. So basically I want to know if warranty gets voided.
I used to be someone that did not care for warranty and took risks on phones to get control with root etc, but I have had so many phones die on me and have issues that I cannot trust to do it now as warranty is important to me.


EE branding is kept to minimum(almost invisible) but updates may take longer to reach for branded versions.
You need to flash a file to unlock the 2 sim. Basically the hardware is there for 2 sims but not the software which is stupid. The bootloader is automatically locked after performing software update.

I wasn't thinking about warranty doing the procedure, it was for educational purposes.

If I want to return it then will flash the original firmware and send it back.
No, you don't have to keep the original supplied ee sim in the phone. Once you receive the unlock code, insert a non ee related sim eg - 3, vodafone etc sim which will then prompt you to enter the unlock code. It was free from ee. See earlier posts on how to request the free unlock code.

Edited By: hunsbury0 on Jan 18, 2017 20:17: spelling
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EE free £10.00 everything pack when you top up £10

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Been told these are indeed legit, however these free top up deals are for selectives only "It's top-up treat time: Top up £10 and we'll give you a £10 Everything Pack for FREE! You'll get 150 minut…
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I've just had this offer too. A free 30 day £10 pack for a £10 topup.
rasdonny
Wapht
rasdonny
it is real, i got similar about a week ago and it was if i topup £15.00 in the next 7 days, which i did and i got additional to my current allowance - 1000 free texts, 1000 minutes and 1GB for a 7 days. :)
They often do the 7 day ones, but this post says 30 days.
yep, that why i said i got similar :)

to be exact mine said -

"It's top-up treat time: Top up £15 and we'll give you an extra 1000 minutes, texts & 1GB data. Just reply YES before midnight Thursday 1 Dec then top up £15 to get started. Terms: http://discover.ee.co.uk/topup/jiejKZ Text STOP to 2000 to opt out from marketing."


This is why EE are the best mobile network :)
Wapht
rasdonny
it is real, i got similar about a week ago and it was if i topup £15.00 in the next 7 days, which i did and i got additional to my current allowance - 1000 free texts, 1000 minutes and 1GB for a 7 days. :)
They often do the 7 day ones, but this post says 30 days.
yep, that why i said i got similar :)

to be exact mine said -

"It's top-up treat time: Top up £15 and we'll give you an extra 1000 minutes, texts & 1GB data. Just reply YES before midnight Thursday 1 Dec then top up £15 to get started. Terms: http://discover.ee.co.uk/topup/jiejKZ Text STOP to 2000 to opt out from marketing."

Edited By: rasdonny on Dec 14, 2016 22:59
However i believe this is by text invitation only and not for those who dont get the text message :(_;)
rasdonny
it is real, i got similar about a week ago and it was if i topup £15.00 in the next 7 days, which i did and i got additional to my current allowance - 1000 free texts, 1000 minutes and 1GB for a 7 days. :)
They often do the 7 day ones, but this post says 30 days.
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50% off including beats on Friday the 16th !! @ EE £5.00

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INSTORE ONLY ! Wear your Christmas jumper in store this Friday 16 December and get 50% off a range of accessories, including Beats headphones. Starting from £5 after discount.
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It was a shame, because I found out that the Bang and Olfsen were also included in the deal but I couldn't find a pair of headphones that I wanted
I got a Matt black pair and a rose gold pair was only wearing a knitted jumper not Xmas related so anyone could of got it in my store
Thank you! I've just got silver beats 3 ! £124.99 ! Was going to bite the bullet and get them for full price so delighted
victoriahorner
roccko
Can confirm this is on all beats headphones, just picked up a pair of wireless solo3 for £125
Did you upgrade to get the deal?
No upgrade needed, they didnt even see if I was on ee, wore my jumper that's it. They did say one per customer, they just did separate transactions instead ( I bought 2) the manager said hes not going to turn down money.
It's on all beats. I called first and was told to make sure I was wearing a jumper. No you don't have to upgrade. Just wear a jumper, you don't even have to be on ee
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UNLTD CALLS/TXT + 35GB 4G DATA PLUS BT SPORT (FREE) ONLY £11.99/month at EE

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Right here goes.... It will take a fair amount of patience and good communication skills to get this brilliant deal but well worth it if you use A LOT of data and currently pay over £25-30 per mont…
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Lucky88
5haks
Lucky88
5haks
beltabry
Spoke to someone on chat and also tried calling them to see if I would have better luck. I was told that there is no package available with 35gb data and they certainly couldn't do that kind of package for that price
how do I attach screenshots from mobile? i'll show you mine which shows I have 35gb seeing as you're saying that they said it doesn't exist
Can you upload that screenshot of your deal please. My friends manager at EE store said he would give the deal to me but for now I can expect an air guitar for xmas.
I've been asking how to upload screenshots on the hukd app for the past hour but don't know how to!
Here try this to upload pics http://www.hotukdeals.com/feedback/how-to-post-and-host-images-for-thread-327598
a lot of reading to do.. anyone got simple 1-2-3 guide for me?

Just do this.

Go here:

http://imgur.com

Click NEW POST
Click UPLOAD IMAGES
DRAG IMAGE IN THE BOX SHOWN OR BROWSE COMPUTER FOR IMAGES

DONE 1, 2, 3.

No need to make any account.

It will create a link, put that link on here.

Edited By: J4GG4 on Dec 10, 2016 23:01
BubbysDaddy
great if you can get it, but this will be very customer specific so most people aren't going to get it no matter how much you haggle. EE retentions are like Virgin Media, if you're lucky u get a good deal


I got 50nb download speed unlimited and any uk calls including mobiles and 0845/087 for £16
So only one person got this deal?
5haks
Lucky88
5haks
Lucky88
5haks
beltabry
Spoke to someone on chat and also tried calling them to see if I would have better luck. I was told that there is no package available with 35gb data and they certainly couldn't do that kind of package for that price
how do I attach screenshots from mobile? i'll show you mine which shows I have 35gb seeing as you're saying that they said it doesn't exist
Can you upload that screenshot of your deal please. My friends manager at EE store said he would give the deal to me but for now I can expect an air guitar for xmas.
I've been asking how to upload screenshots on the hukd app for the past hour but don't know how to!
Here try this to upload pics http://www.hotukdeals.com/feedback/how-to-post-and-host-images-for-thread-327598
a lot of reading to do.. anyone got simple 1-2-3 guide for me?
1) make a dropbox account 2) upload the image 3) share the link.
meherenow
5haks
BubbysDaddy
great if you can get it, but this will be very customer specific so most people aren't going to get it no matter how much you haggle. EE retentions are like Virgin Media, if you're lucky u get a good deal

​this ISN'T a retention deal


of COURSE it is, and I thought I was a bit of a pedant!


​typical ....
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LG K4 Blue + Beats EP Headphones £109.99 (includes £10 top up on EE

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Audio & Entertainment Audio supported Yes Music player Yes Java No CPU Core 1.0 GHz Quad-core CPU speed 1000.0 MHz External memory (Up to) 32.0 GB External memory type MicroSD Internal
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Ee must have stole a container of these ep
anthonyduffy526
Not sure about this as a deal as the phone is only £39.99 at o2, can the Beats headphones not be bought for £60 ish somewhere new?


I dunno have a look?
Not sure about this as a deal as the phone is only £39.99 at o2, can the Beats headphones not be bought for £60 ish somewhere new?
willb2010
Meatydakilla
I dont think this is great deal as you can get the lg k4 on ee with £10 argos voucher for £49.99. The beats ep cex sell for £55-60.

​£10 argos voucher?

Secondhand headphones?
http://www.relatably.com/m/img/disgusting-memes/oh-HELL-no-that39s-disgusting-meme-26460.jpg


Edited By: Snakeyes646 on Dec 08, 2016 22:24
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EE 12 Month - Sim Only 4G (60-90 MBps) 20Gb Unlimited Calls/Texts (6-months BT Sport & Apple Music) £15pm with Retention Team £180.00

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I've been with EE with a miserable 500Mb data plan costing £12.99 pm for 12 months! and decided to get a new contract. The retentions team offered me this amazing deal with pretty much everything I…
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telcoengr
You should have bargain with them, I have much better deal with the same price

Looks like I have exactly the same deal as you

I can also use data in europe

Edited By: wizzywas on Dec 14, 2016 14:33
Re-tested in Luxembourgh, Orange network. Everything fine. EE keeps reminding that calls and data are free. :D
telcoengr
wizzywas
They gave this deal to me today. a day after Me requesting my PAC code
12M SIM Max Plan 12GB
100% Usage Alert
London Underground WiFi
8GB free UK data
BT Sport
£14.99
You should have bargain with them, I have much better deal with the same price


Looks exactly the same as your deal...?
wizzywas
They gave this deal to me today. a day after Me requesting my PAC code
12M SIM Max Plan 12GB
100% Usage Alert
London Underground WiFi
8GB free UK data
BT Sport
£14.99
You should have bargain with them, I have much better deal with the same price
I had the same deal from them but I was about to cancel the contract on black friday as three deal was very tempting.
EE coverage is much better than three and would definitely recommend it. I also have 8GB of data that can be used anywhere in Europe. Also unlimited minutes and text can also be used in Europe. (so not exactly same as three's feel like home deal but very close).

i have two lines, each £14.99 with 20GB (can use 8GB in EU), unlimited min & text (that can be used in EU too), 4G max plan, free BT sports, London Underground Wifi



Edited By: telcoengr on Dec 13, 2016 00:58
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Samsung Galaxy S7 edge32GB BLACK ONYX £48pm + £50 upfront - £1,202.00 @ EE

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 25GB data Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts Inclusive EU usage*  + BT Sport app + Double speed 4GEE unlimited mins and text. next day phone replacement for 24 months covered if manufacturer defe…
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The worst and most expensive offer I've seen on HUKD

Crazy defo Cold

abbazz

 25GB data Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts Inclusive EU usage* 
+ BT Sport app
+ Double speed 4GEE
unlimited mins and text.
next day phone replacement for 24 months covered if manufacturer defect from EE side
Upfront:
£41.67
 
Monthly Cost
(24 months):
£40.00 + vat
PAULTRD
Matty8787
PAULTRD
Well I can think of better ways of setting fire to my house
Eh? the S7 edge hasn't had any issues?
as for the price, I didn't pay this much on release, nevermind now.
Actually there were several reports including hukd


​as there is for the iphone 7 but everyone just loves jumping on the bandwagon dont they

"bendgate"
Suspect OP is an Apple fanboy wanting to redress the balance. (_;)
This seems to be an attempt to get the coldest voted deal ever! Let's do this.
another joke thread?
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EE 4G roaming sim deal £19.99

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So just saw this offer posted over a week ago with a different price so here it is again, now only £19.99 instead of £34.99 per month for which you get ... - 20GB DATA - UNLIMITED CALLS - UNLIMTE…
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Well this thread soon went bad :(

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/12/4e/0d/124e0defed429f102c21b15a41c9d337.jpg
Tino_G
ashraf86uk
Tino_G
I just tried my luck in getting this deal for £15, bearing in mind I've got 2 lines with EE and been a customer of theirs for 2 years. The operator wouldn't budge and could only offer the standard £20 for 20GB deal. Felt rushed off the phone so asked for my PAC code and was done with it. Kinda hoping they call back to try and keep my custom but I'm not holding my breath.
They will call you back keep us informed! If they do call u back just say voda offering you 20gb for £16

They called back and offered all this for £15:

20GB Data
15GB roaming
1 year BT sport
6 months Apple Music
EE 4G MAX

Was chuffed with the deal so took it before they changed their minds! It definitely pays off to hold your nerve with the EE last line retention team as they seemed a lot more willing to keep your custom. Good luck if you're waiting on a call back :)


Well done
ashraf86uk
Tino_G
I just tried my luck in getting this deal for £15, bearing in mind I've got 2 lines with EE and been a customer of theirs for 2 years. The operator wouldn't budge and could only offer the standard £20 for 20GB deal. Felt rushed off the phone so asked for my PAC code and was done with it. Kinda hoping they call back to try and keep my custom but I'm not holding my breath.
They will call you back keep us informed! If they do call u back just say voda offering you 20gb for £16

They called back and offered all this for £15:

20GB Data
15GB roaming
1 year BT sport
6 months Apple Music
EE 4G MAX

Was chuffed with the deal so took it before they changed their minds! It definitely pays off to hold your nerve with the EE last line retention team as they seemed a lot more willing to keep your custom. Good luck if you're waiting on a call back :)

Edited By: Tino_G on Nov 29, 2016 22:48
Tino_G
I just tried my luck in getting this deal for £15, bearing in mind I've got 2 lines with EE and been a customer of theirs for 2 years. The operator wouldn't budge and could only offer the standard £20 for 20GB deal. Felt rushed off the phone so asked for my PAC code and was done with it. Kinda hoping they call back to try and keep my custom but I'm not holding my breath.


They will call you back keep us informed! If they do call u back just say voda offering you 20gb for £16
I just tried my luck in getting this deal for £15, bearing in mind I've got 2 lines with EE and been a customer of theirs for 2 years. The operator wouldn't budge and could only offer the standard £20 for 20GB deal. Felt rushed off the phone so asked for my PAC code and was done with it. Kinda hoping they call back to try and keep my custom but I'm not holding my breath.

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