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EE retention deal: 15GB data on Max (fastest speed), unlimited min+texts, EU+5 countries roaming, 6 months Apple Music @ £20pm (£240.00 total)

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Called EE retention and they offered the following sim-only deal for £20 a month on 12 month contract: - 4GEE Max speed (supposedly faster than their regular 4GEE) - 15 GB data - unlimited mins and Read More
Called EE retention and they offered the following sim-only deal for £20 a month on 12 month contract: - 4GEE Max speed (supposedly faster than their regular 4GEE) - 15 GB data - unlimited mins and
RTP Avatar9h, 39m agoFound 9 hours, 39 minutes ago10 Comments
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Gomezjones
not great. check around 1st. as i got EE to give me 20gb for £20pm sim only 4g 12month.

25GB and everything with it, again a retention deal so cannot give anyone any help receiving any deal apart from having the information on hand to negotiate and be prepared to walk away. Check the HUKD thread on deals from a year back always available on the right of the deals page eg daily, weekly, monthly and year.
They also offered this one:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-retentions-deal-20-99-30gb-4g-max-data-ultd-minutes-texts-free-bt-sport-2694240

Which for only 99p more than this a month, gives 30GB of data.
Thanks for posting, reminded me to check my contract end date.

Just called and got this same deal for £15.99.

Cheers.
not great. check around 1st. as i got EE to give me 20gb for £20pm sim only 4g 12month.
I love how they are all advertising that you can now call from the EU as part of the bundle, like they came up with it, and were not forced into it
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EE retentions - SIMO, 4GB data, unlimited calls and texts, free BT Sport, 6 months Apple Music and free roaming in EU and ten other countries inc USA, Australia and Canada £9.99 a month for 12 months - total cost: £119.88 (EXISTING CUSTOMERS)

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Spoke with EE retentions today and got this deal similar to 15.99 but with less data posted by Chillbo earlier. I didn't want to pay more than £10 so this seems good with all other freebies and roamin… Read More
Spoke with EE retentions today and got this deal similar to 15.99 but with less data posted by Chillbo earlier. I didn't want to pay more than £10 so this seems good with all other freebies and roamin…
niko Avatar3d, 3h agoFound 3 days, 3 hours ago13 Comments
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I thought this website was for valid deals and not comparison of expired deals...
I suppose people are voting this cold because of the £5 exact same deal that lots of people got a fortnight ago including myself.
But even at £10 it's not too bad because the previous deal is now over.

Edited By: paulandpam1 on Jun 25, 2017 23:30: .
Similar to the three deal for £9 per month but you don't get bt sport or Apple Music , but you can fully cap it
shef0072
Pay £5 for the same but get 12 months bt sport and 4gee max


Whats your mobile number? We could quote in negotiations and then hopefully get the same deal!
bern67
eu roaming is now free on all UK networks. that's no deal maker

When did the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Mexico join the EU?
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Retention Deal: EE 12GB Data - 12 mth Contract, Unlimited Calls, Texts, 3mths BT Sport, 6mths Apple Music - £16pm (potential for existing customers) / 12 months = £192.00 total (£19.99 for new customers = £239.88 total)

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Called as a totally new customer Link provided gives an EE offer on the 12gb Tariff of £19.99. Decided not to do it online and called up the sales @ EE. Asked the representative were there any deals a… Read More
Called as a totally new customer Link provided gives an EE offer on the 12gb Tariff of £19.99. Decided not to do it online and called up the sales @ EE. Asked the representative were there any deals a…
apcmtb Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago8 Comments
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19DembaBa19
I got sim only plan 12 months contract 4gb for £2.50 a month 4X4gb is 16gb for £10.00 a month got 4 contracts


ok for data only?? otherwise youve got 4 different numbers.
Really pleased for you all, but honestly don't care, just put it out there as a 'its worth asking them'
Enjoy whatever deal you are on
I got sim only plan 12 months contract 4gb for £2.50 a month 4X4gb is 16gb for £10.00 a month got 4 contracts
just negotiated a new 12 month sim (retention though) 15gb for £15 (12 months bt sport) with EE. So thats whats out there atm.
Britneyfan
apcmtb
Thanks for that pearl of wisdom, cute, I like it, apart from the fact that it clearly states I was a new customer, any reference to retention has been been placed on it by HDUK.
sorry didn't notice, as it has been plastered with Retention deal. I just know people are cruel round here, especially when retentions getting mentioned.....

Thanks for the heads up, people, trolls I like to call them, always looking for an issue or hole in anything.
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iPhone 7 32GB, no upfront cost, U/U/10gb, EE, £32.99 pm £791.76 contract total. Retention @ EE

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Retentions upgrade deal - try your luck 8) Just coming out of a SIM only deal & looking for a good deal. Spent 4/5 days haggling with EE retentions in a very friendly way. Eventually, yesterday,… Read More
Retentions upgrade deal - try your luck 8) Just coming out of a SIM only deal & looking for a good deal. Spent 4/5 days haggling with EE retentions in a very friendly way. Eventually, yesterday,…
janner43 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago7 Comments
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Doesn't deserve to be cold.

Many HUKD users are morons.
good deal, spoke to retentions last night they offered me S8 for £30 (only 500mb data) and £49 upfront.
Shambles
Clicked your "get deal" link but couldn't get the deal.

That's because it's a retention deal. Only of use if you're an existing customer looking to leave/play the system.

A good deal if that fits your circumstances..
hot
Clicked your "get deal" link but couldn't get the deal.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus on EE with 20% off with Unidays, £46.39 P/M (usually £57.99) with £49.99 upfront, 25GB Data £1,163.35

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First post so if missed anything sorry. Saw this for the S8 plus with 25GB of data and with unidays 20% off (i know everyone cannot get unidays but for those that can i thought it was a good deal) fo… Read More
First post so if missed anything sorry. Saw this for the S8 plus with 25GB of data and with unidays 20% off (i know everyone cannot get unidays but for those that can i thought it was a good deal) fo…
jamesrugman Avatar2w, 10h agoFound 2 weeks, 10 hours ago11 Comments
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Op, let it go. If it helped one person then you've done your job.
I love the removable battery and IR blaster.
DYOR: try the "search" tab
mcormack
There are many deals on HUKD for the S8 much better than this, You're obviously not studying economics at Uni.
And you havent learnt how to read, this is for the S8plus, and please point me to the better deals..
There are many deals on HUKD for the S8 much better than this, You're obviously not studying economics at Uni.
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EE sim only 4gb data, unlimited minutes and texts £5/month £60.00 12 month contract

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As title says, just need to have a pay as you go aim already to transfer only a few hours until this runs out at time of posting Still works order sim only £24.99 tarrif & put in voucher code l… Read More
As title says, just need to have a pay as you go aim already to transfer only a few hours until this runs out at time of posting Still works order sim only £24.99 tarrif & put in voucher code l…
Quacksta Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago852 Comments
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GodVilla
19DembaBa19
I got billed on 21st June £4.98 but I only recieved the sim on 15th June so why is there a bill in first 5 days shouldn't the bill be for next month

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm sure you get billed a month in advance.


Yeah your right I think it's a month in advance but did everyone get charged a month early
19DembaBa19
I got billed on 21st June £4.98 but I only recieved the sim on 15th June so why is there a bill in first 5 days shouldn't the bill be for next month

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm sure you get billed a month in advance.
I got billed on 21st June £4.98 but I only recieved the sim on 15th June so why is there a bill in first 5 days shouldn't the bill be for next month
Fab deal, huge thank you to op. Hope it all goes well :D
paulandpam1
king84
although my paper bill and online bill show £24.98 my first payment direct debit was £4.98 and my number has transferred over from three too. Great deal! 50mbps speeds too.
Same here with my paper bill, mine came out the bank today but it was for £4.99 so your a penny better off than me :p


my next one will be £4.99 apparently lol
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ee sim only exclusive deal1GB 1000 mins unlimited text £5.00

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£5.00 @ EE
5£ monthly deal on ee. 1gb 1000mins and unlimited texts. ends on midnight 8th June 2017. I received a text from ee. Read More
5£ monthly deal on ee. 1gb 1000mins and unlimited texts. ends on midnight 8th June 2017. I received a text from ee.
Asad_Raza Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago47 Comments
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i got mine, free apple music for 6 months, and its 5 quid had my dd confirmation
Received mine yesterday, signed up to my ee to check balances, says my monthly bill is £25.
I just received an email from EE saying they "have performed a credit check and unfortunately cannot continue with the order right now". That is **** as I had already passed the credit check at applying stage. Clearly, EE is using this strategy to not give the £5 SIM offer to peeps.
Has anyone who ordered the SIM received it or even an email saying it has been dispatched? I ordered on Thursday but no word yet on dispatch from EE. Thanks guys.
yzr
ee is terrible network
thanks for travelling every square metre of the uk and comparing every sim operator signal
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12GB Max Speed Plan on EE 12 Month SIMO with 24 months BT Sport, 6 months Apple Music, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 50 Country Roaming including EU and US/Canada with code MOVETOSIMO £16.99 per month - £203.88

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Update: Make sure you cancel or renegotiate before the price nearly doubles after 12 months. See chat transcript below. To get this deal you need to use the voucher code MOVETOSIMO which will give a Read More
Update: Make sure you cancel or renegotiate before the price nearly doubles after 12 months. See chat transcript below. To get this deal you need to use the voucher code MOVETOSIMO which will give a
musical Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago70 Comments
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so, any chance cashback would work if I use this code?

topcashback giving £45 at the moment.
And who wants to watch sport on their phone..!!!!
Received the first bill today, a couple of days after getting this deal and receiving the SIM. Stated £19.99 and so I spent a good half an hour on the phone and needed to email them a printout of the checkout confirmation before they said that they applied the discount. I still cannot understand how they could make this mistake after all the cofirmations stating a monthly payment of 16.99 including VAT.
puddles9999
Cold got 30 gigs for this 2 months ago and 12 months apple music for £16 a month on 12 month contract with EE


can I borrow your time machine?
From my experience expect a whole world of problems in trying to get this deal as a NEW customer. I've FINALLY got the deal but not after making numerous phone calls, one call involved cancelling an additional sim only contract undertaken by ee without my knowledge.
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20% off all 24month Pay Monthly plans & 12 month sim and 4g tablets. EE in-store only until end of June(Northern Ireland only)

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In-store only at EE shops across northern Ireland until end of June New customers and upgrade customers only Read More
In-store only at EE shops across northern Ireland until end of June New customers and upgrade customers only
conn85 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago4 Comments
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Got my deal today. Unltd mins and texts 12gb data. Ee 4g Maxx tariff. Thanks op
Why are the other nations in the Kingdom discriminated against?
Tough crowd
Any deal they offer I can normally get at least 40% cheaper with online companies
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Alcatel Pixi 3 (3.5) EE PAYG - £10.79 (£10 top up and 79p Handset) @ EE

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Mandatory topup is back down to only £10 + 0.79p for ultra cheap spare smartphone. Scroll down the page until you see OR JUST TOP UP and click it, in case you don't want a bundle pack but just a cre… Read More
Mandatory topup is back down to only £10 + 0.79p for ultra cheap spare smartphone. Scroll down the page until you see OR JUST TOP UP and click it, in case you don't want a bundle pack but just a cre…
zidnrfhwvbytk Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago13 Comments
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Has anyone worked out how to get the 3 months of Google Play Music that was advertised with this phone? :)
Minimum top-up went up again to £20.00. Time to expire this deal.
I just received this phone and checked it's storage. it has only 2gb. the EE page states 4gb...
I wouldn't recommend this as a main phone. It's quite slow, doesn't have a front facing camera and has very limited storage built in, however that can be expanded with an SD card.

It comes with a few apps preinstalled, such as Flipboard, WhatsApp YouTube and Twitter. Most of them can be easily removed if you don't want them.

The phone is very small and light. It would be okay as an emergency phone or as a second phone. Screen isn't great and it's sluggish. Not a good investment for someone with poor eyes, fat fingers or no patience. :)

Very easy to unlock. I order a code via eBay late last night and received it five minutes later.

I bought the phone primarily to use as a MiFi device. It does that very well. Download speed of up to 10Mbits on the Three network, which is what I would expect.

The battery is small and light. I'd guess watching Youtube vidoes would drain it after a couple of hours, but I've not had the phone long enough to give it much use.

Bottom line: it's at the very bottom of the smart phone market and (effectively) costs 79p. Accept its limitations and love it for what it is. :)

Edited By: martinjay on Jun 07, 2017 03:23
Palwan
CxWxP
Also got one of these the last time they were cheap. Added a 32gb micro sd and mostly just use it as a cheap mp3 player
A question to you and others who says use it as a cheap mp3 player.
Everyone has their phone with them all the time, why can't use that as a mp3 player, what I'm missing?
Imagination
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EE 12gb max plan which includes USA roaming £19.99 a month. Unlimited minutes and texts.

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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
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…
Chivas.Regal Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago29 Comments
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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
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
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.
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
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
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20% off all new and upgrading contract customers for EE (Northern Ireland only in store)

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£0.00 @ EE
This deal starts 2nd of June until 30th of June it is 20% of every new and upgrading contract, no catch. Read More
This deal starts 2nd of June until 30th of June it is 20% of every new and upgrading contract, no catch.
Mobidealsuk Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago2 Comments
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no its for all customers it says on the shops
but its 24 months contract
I hate these regional only deals and different prices at different stores . Rob Paul to pay Peter. Also all deals are for new customers only unless you complain.
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iPhone SE 16GB (Gold) - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 1GB Data on EE £13.99pm w/ cashback redemption - £17.99pm before (24mo, no upfront) £431.76 @ mobiles.co.uk

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Cheap and cheerful little deal this! I know, it's an iPhone = Insta-freeze, but bear with me on this one, OK? Good. (y) These sell sim-free brand new at Argos for £319, technically making the co… Read More
Cheap and cheerful little deal this! I know, it's an iPhone = Insta-freeze, but bear with me on this one, OK? Good. (y) These sell sim-free brand new at Argos for £319, technically making the co…
msmyth Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago49 Comments
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BubaMan
eddibabyyeah
BubaMan
Well done, you got a low data allowance, low-storage, old model, iPhone deal to go hot - and it's a redemption deal too!
Kudos (_ ;)
I agree with the poor data allowance. But this phone is not an old model. It's only been around for 1 year.
The SE is a decent bit of kit but on this site, 14 months is an old phone :p


That's why I'll never update from iOS 933 seem stable enough for me. Plus not a lover of the "press home to unlock function"


Go to settings then accessibility u can find rest finger to unlock.
BubaMan
eddibabyyeah
BubaMan
Well done, you got a low data allowance, low-storage, old model, iPhone deal to go hot - and it's a redemption deal too!
Kudos (_ ;)
I agree with the poor data allowance. But this phone is not an old model. It's only been around for 1 year.
The SE is a decent bit of kit but on this site, 14 months is an old phone :p


That's why I'll never update from iOS 933 seem stable enough for me. Plus not a lover of the "press home to unlock function"
For a mans man that I am could I get away with white gold? Or space grey the safest choice?
My wife's got a couple of months to go on her EE contract. To get this I suppose I'd have to pay off her existing contract, port the number out and then port it back in.
MasterFunk73
You can select any colour in the 128gb model for £17.99 - doesn't seem that bad and no redemption to deal with.

+ £50 upfront
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EE sim only retention deal - 500Mb, 1500mins, unlimited txt for £4.99 per month

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Heads up: if your EE mobile contract is coming to an end, remember to check for the best available competitor deal available before you phone to cancel your contract. EE retentions is likely to match Read More
Heads up: if your EE mobile contract is coming to an end, remember to check for the best available competitor deal available before you phone to cancel your contract. EE retentions is likely to match
trumpeter Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago7 Comments
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lol @ 500mb
Alfieourdog
On sim only rolling contract asked for PAC code and unlocking got offered nothing to stay after 4years with them
Your refusal to agree to a term contract has affected your status with EE.
On sim only rolling contract asked for PAC code and unlocking got offered nothing to stay after 4years with them
Just got unlimited calls and text, 4gb 4GEE Max data and 12 months of BT sport for £8.99, only disadvantage I see is 12 month contract against 1 month I would have got with Plusnet.
Retentions are great, just make up a reasonably believable competitor deal and they will match or beat it. They don't bother to check, even if you quote them a deal from a company also owned by the same parent company eg. Plusnet / EE
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Alcatel 10.16 Phone - £0.79 + Top Up (min £10) @ EE In store & Online - Perfect for festivals, emergency, spare etc!

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Fantastic price for a back up, spare, emergency or other. £0.79 + initial top up means you have a spare for practically any use - climbing a mountain, at the beach, holiday, camping, festivals, or eve… Read More
Fantastic price for a back up, spare, emergency or other. £0.79 + initial top up means you have a spare for practically any use - climbing a mountain, at the beach, holiday, camping, festivals, or eve…
LondonTTB Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago6 Comments
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Palwan
I will get this from CPW for an extra pound comes unlocked, get £5 cashback and choice of network for your £10 credit.
You're wrong and you're making a mistake
You can get £9 cashback from quidco you see it's very simple once you've bought the phone as you bought it directly from EE they can unlock it all you do is request the unlocking code from them once you have received the phone and you will receive the unlocking code within 3 to 4 days for free why take £5 cashback when you can get £9 cashback

ofc right at the time

now (today only) why take £9 at EE and effort to unlock (tho not much, that is true) when you can take £10 at cpw via tcb

tho if you know what to do with the credit any cashback over .79p - £5.79 would make the phone 100% free, as the credit can be a return of £5 - £10 depending on what you do with it

tho as ee added the pixi 3.5 a few days ago for the same price im guessing thats the better value one to get for most people, or maybe not as didnt the £9 quicdo from them end yesterday lol, oh well still only 79p doing the right things with the top up and getting back 100% of that
Palwan
I will get this from CPW for an extra pound comes unlocked, get £5 cashback and choice of network for your £10 credit.
You're wrong and you're making a mistake
You can get £9 cashback from quidco you see it's very simple once you've bought the phone as you bought it directly from EE they can unlock it all you do is request the unlocking code from them once you have received the phone and you will receive the unlocking code within 3 to 4 days for free why take £5 cashback when you can get £9 cashback


Edited By: johnb667 on Jun 02, 2017 16:07
surreykw
They have. But theyve never had their emergency phone with them!
Does that mean you need a second emergency phone just in case you dont have your first emergency phone?
Ah, that's where your auxiliary emergency phone comes in. :{

Unless you're BA. Then you just rely on one system always working. oO
They have. But theyve never had their emergency phone with them!
Does that mean you need a second emergency phone just in case you dont have your first emergency phone?
I wonder if anyone has ever needed an emergency phone
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£75 reward card with EE upgrade £19.99

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Reward card is only available on sim only contract and from £19.99 contract. 12 months contract. Check the link for further details. Enjoy Read More
Reward card is only available on sim only contract and from £19.99 contract. 12 months contract. Check the link for further details. Enjoy
shoaibsuleman Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago1 Comment
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Cold for me. inflated sim only plan providing £75 credit is making fool of public. The rates mentioned are equivalent to monthly plans with handsets. £75 only equates to £6 per month for 12 months.
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HTC U11 - Mobiles.co.uk £27.99/m £125 upfront EE - £796.76

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Unlimited mins / texts 3gb data Think you get BT Sport free on your mobile too for either 3 or 12 months. Potentially a further £20 TCB or Quidco too. Read More
Unlimited mins / texts 3gb data Think you get BT Sport free on your mobile too for either 3 or 12 months. Potentially a further £20 TCB or Quidco too.
crazygoog Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago12 Comments
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It's really unhelpful for people to vote this cold and not provide an alternative, especially when others are trying to find the "hottest" deal.

They should implement something that asks for an alternative when ever someone votes cold otherwise the vote doesn't count
if you tweet htc on twitter asking about some kind of discount on htc u11 they apparently direct message you and give you £50 off. worth a try !
It's a shame it got so many undeserved cold votes!
Even sim free, direct from HTC, you are looking at £584. And a sim only deal with similar data would cost you £120 a year.
Sadly any phone that costs > £200, or is Apple, or isn't Apple, or comes from China gets cold votes on HUKD.
Great phone, great deal, HOT
Not sure why I even bothered posting this deal. Ridiculous amounts of cold votes, yet nobody has produced anything better on this phone.
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BT Sport Google Cardboard VRs FREE in store at EE

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the free Google cardboard vr for champions league from BT sport is available in ee shops, and my local still has some as seen in the photo that I took only minutes ago, it's a national offer go in an… Read More
the free Google cardboard vr for champions league from BT sport is available in ee shops, and my local still has some as seen in the photo that I took only minutes ago, it's a national offer go in an…
rnr81 Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago21 Comments
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To watch the UEFA Champions League final in 360-degree Virtual Reality video between Real Madrid and Juventus on Saturday 3 June 2017 (kick-off at 7.45pm), you will need to install this app:

BT Sport VR
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.livelike.vr.bt.cardboard
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/bt-sport-vr/id1231407934

Alternatively, you can use the YouTube app which is most likely already installed on your phone:

UEFA Champions League Final 2017: BT Sport Live VR Stream - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Rkb1aWJc0s

How to watch 360 degree videos using Google Cardboard - YouTube Help
https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6239930
Got mine, thank you BT, I have never experienced VR b4
Tried to VR roller-coaster app from Google store. Tried that standing up, quite effective.
Just got mine through the post I my kids have taken over it. Just picked another one from the EE store
I've just received mine - then my teenage son decided it belongs to him X) (typical teenagers 8) )
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB £32.99 PM £47 Upfront @ EE Retensions £838.76

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EE retention deal Samsung galaxy S8 Unlimited mins, txts and 5gb data 32.99 pm 24 months plus £40 upfront with £6.99 delivery fee I have the conversation recorded if anyone would like to use it whe… Read More
EE retention deal Samsung galaxy S8 Unlimited mins, txts and 5gb data 32.99 pm 24 months plus £40 upfront with £6.99 delivery fee I have the conversation recorded if anyone would like to use it whe…
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i got a s8 for 760£ (32£ per month with no fees at all) over 2 years with unlimited text and calls and 4gb data, screw EE buy from amazon.it and get a three sim!
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Those who got this are lucky. I've been a customer for 20 years. (Since one2one) with 4 lines some years. I couldn't get anything like this from them.
you would have to call them and give them 30 days notice to cancel. Then wait for a phone call to ee. it took them 6 hours to call after I got off the phone
I did, they kept calling stupid times while I was in work, which is their policy I was told.
Try to ring them back and it says "EE tried to call you but don't worry we will call back" Which they never did and then I kept calling them, they said they couldn't put me through to that team and wait for a call. Which I never got.
yeah, thats the problem. You have to make sure you answer when they call
I had to get it unlocked, but it only cost a tenner from ebay

Edited By: MPA83 on May 25, 2017 22:17
DAZZ2000
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After the drama I've recently had with their customer services department I've kind of given up staying with EE.
Not had a call from them even though I requested my PAC code. 2 weeks ago. Called them only yesterday and tried to get them to come at least close to a £25/month deal with 3 mobile (s7 edge with unlimited msgs and texts plus 4gb data).
Have been utterly messed about and came away with nothing to show for it but a locked account so I could then not call them in future without going into store. A complete cock up their end which is likely too long to go into.
Actually passed an EE store today and figured I'd go in and try and sort it out. Lovely lass there got my account unlocked and called EE customer services for me. Told them my story of woe, got more apologies and passed to the "upgrades team". They then said they'd do me this great discounted deal of £27.99 for unlimited mins and texts plus 5gb internet. Almost took it off them until they then mentioned they'd discount the handset for me from £499 to £379. Nearly dropped the phone!
I told them I can get that deal from mobile phones direct with the handset free and was told "we can't match them as the handsets don't come from us". So they've kind of forced my hand really. Can't take the online deal with MPD as it means a right load of hassle moving number to another provider then back to EE.
I guess EE are selective on who they call back. They obviously don't want my repeat business. Been with em when it was just T Moble and then had Orange before that. Reckon I've been with em for easily 10 years now. Good if you can get such deals!
The handsets do come from EE, they have EE firmware. And locked to EE.
My S6 from Mobile Phones Direct had an EE sticker on the box.
I'm not surprised; kind of thought I was being fed a line of complete bull shizer!
I even quoted the deals on here and I was told by management it must have been through a third party.
I went with a third party in the end and got the S8+, must say I'm very impressed with it.
RustySpoons
DAZZ2000
After the drama I've recently had with their customer services department I've kind of given up staying with EE.
Not had a call from them even though I requested my PAC code. 2 weeks ago. Called them only yesterday and tried to get them to come at least close to a £25/month deal with 3 mobile (s7 edge with unlimited msgs and texts plus 4gb data).
Have been utterly messed about and came away with nothing to show for it but a locked account so I could then not call them in future without going into store. A complete cock up their end which is likely too long to go into.
Actually passed an EE store today and figured I'd go in and try and sort it out. Lovely lass there got my account unlocked and called EE customer services for me. Told them my story of woe, got more apologies and passed to the "upgrades team". They then said they'd do me this great discounted deal of £27.99 for unlimited mins and texts plus 5gb internet. Almost took it off them until they then mentioned they'd discount the handset for me from £499 to £379. Nearly dropped the phone!
I told them I can get that deal from mobile phones direct with the handset free and was told "we can't match them as the handsets don't come from us". So they've kind of forced my hand really. Can't take the online deal with MPD as it means a right load of hassle moving number to another provider then back to EE.
I guess EE are selective on who they call back. They obviously don't want my repeat business. Been with em when it was just T Moble and then had Orange before that. Reckon I've been with em for easily 10 years now. Good if you can get such deals!
The handsets do come from EE, they have EE firmware. And locked to EE.
My S6 from Mobile Phones Direct had an EE sticker on the box.

I'm not surprised; kind of thought I was being fed a line of complete bull shizer!
DAZZ2000
After the drama I've recently had with their customer services department I've kind of given up staying with EE.

Not had a call from them even though I requested my PAC code. 2 weeks ago. Called them only yesterday and tried to get them to come at least close to a £25/month deal with 3 mobile (s7 edge with unlimited msgs and texts plus 4gb data).

Have been utterly messed about and came away with nothing to show for it but a locked account so I could then not call them in future without going into store. A complete cock up their end which is likely too long to go into.

Actually passed an EE store today and figured I'd go in and try and sort it out. Lovely lass there got my account unlocked and called EE customer services for me. Told them my story of woe, got more apologies and passed to the "upgrades team". They then said they'd do me this great discounted deal of £27.99 for unlimited mins and texts plus 5gb internet. Almost took it off them until they then mentioned they'd discount the handset for me from £499 to £379. Nearly dropped the phone!

I told them I can get that deal from mobile phones direct with the handset free and was told "we can't match them as the handsets don't come from us". So they've kind of forced my hand really. Can't take the online deal with MPD as it means a right load of hassle moving number to another provider then back to EE.

I guess EE are selective on who they call back. They obviously don't want my repeat business. Been with em when it was just T Moble and then had Orange before that. Reckon I've been with em for easily 10 years now. Good if you can get such deals!
The handsets do come from EE, they have EE firmware. And locked to EE.
My S6 from Mobile Phones Direct had an EE sticker on the box.
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EE (via telephone call) - unlimited calls, texts & 20gb data £21 a month (12 months = £252.00)

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Hi guys, having missed out on the EE unlimited calls, texts and 20gb of data in April I phoned EE this morning to ask of any better deals than are currently on their website and got this: 12 month si… Read More
Hi guys, having missed out on the EE unlimited calls, texts and 20gb of data in April I phoned EE this morning to ask of any better deals than are currently on their website and got this: 12 month si…
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And 75£ voucher

is it confirmed you can get this with the deal? I know that's what they are offering on the website but the equivalent plan is £36.99 p/m there
And 75£ voucher
You don't need to call for this, it's on a chalkboard outside all the stores.
massive heat.
They have this advertised in store as well, so there really should be no reason for them not to honour that price

ee logoEE – Leader in Technology and Innovation

EE is officially called EE Limited and the company was previously known as Everything Everywhere. EE's origins lie in the decision in 2009 by Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom to merge their UK companies, respectively T-Mobile and Orange. The merger allowed customers of both T-Mobile and Orange to use each other's networks, and resulted in a hugely extended network for the new company. As EE, the company has specialised in leading the way in new technologies, such as 4G, which it began rolling out in 2012. Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom began investigating the sale of EE in 2014. The BT Group emerged as the leading bidder and bought EE for £12.5 billion, with the sale being confirmed in January 2016.

EE – Storefinder and Online Shop

EE has about 550 physical stores for customers who'd like to see and experience the products the company offers before purchasing online, or to ask questions about mobile, broadband and other services that EE offers. The online Store Finder allows customers to type in a postcode or location to find their nearest store.

Product Range and Top Brands at Ee.co.uk

The extensive online presence at www.ee.co.uk offers EE's full range of mobile phones, tablets, SIM-only deals, home broadband and EE TV.
EE's speciality lies in its range of 4G phones, SIM only deals, its fibre broadband services and the range of tablets that it offers. The company also has EE TV available which offers customers a catch-up box in conjunction with its broadband service.

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The fibre broadband service includes the availability of a landline service, which can be bundled with EE TV. EE also offers mobile broadband for cars.

One of the company's key selling points is the extent of its ultra-fast 4G mobile network, which is the subject of an extensive marketing campaign featuring the Hollywood actor Kevin Bacon.

The online store has a Shop tab which subdivides into specialist pages for:

  • Phones
  • SIMS
  • Plans & Packs
  • Upgrades
  • Cameras
  • Accessories
  • Tablets
  • Mobile Broadband
  • Home Broadband

Among the top mobile phone brands the company offers are:

EE SIM – Phone Transformer

Deals from EE

There's a dedicated Deals tab on the EE homepage which offers e. g. pay monthly deals, flash sales, SIM only or upgrade deals. EE constantly updates the deals both for existing and for new customers. EE also has special offers on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday each pre-Christmas season with high-value one-day only deals. 

Ordering Products from EE

New or existing EE customers select the product or service that they want to buy and then are offered a variety of options, depending on whether a phone, tablet or broadband service has been selected.
If you're buying a phone you'll have to select the calling plan that you'd like. The EE shop will automatically suggest the most popular plan and there is a "Choose this Plan" button.
To see alternatives, click the blue "See all Plans" button beneath it. In addition, if you click on a "Help Me Choose" button to the right of the screen, a variety of options appears to help you choose between a:

  • Phone with a monthly contract
  • Pay as you go phone
  • SIM only contract

New customers have to create an EE account, so that regular bills can sent. All customers are kept informed by e-mail of new and regular offers from EE.

EE – Accepted Payment Methods

EE accepts all major credit and debit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Maestro and American Express). Payments which apply to the airtime plan selected on phones are also offered with a minimum period of 24 months.

EE Shipping

EE offers free express delivery to any address that you designate, which can be a home or an office address. EE uses the parcel service DPD, with an one hour time slot allocated. The service is trackable.

Your order can also be delivered to any EE store, where EE advisors will help you set up the phone or other device that you have ordered.

Cancellations and Returns at EE

All products can be returned during a 14-day cooling off period. Customers should contact the returns team to arrange a refund:

In all cases, a cancellation form has to be filled in, which is available on their website.

Mobile phones should be sent with the completed form in original packaging and original documentation to:

Channel Returns
Mercia House
Senhouse Road
Darlington, DL1 4YB
United Kingdom

Broadband customers should send their completed form, with original documentation, to:

EE Broadband Customer Care
PO Box 486
Rotherham, S63 5ZX
United Kingdom

Within the fourteen day cooling off period, and provided products are as new and in original packaging, EE states that all upfront or deposit payments will be refunded and that all contracts will be cancelled.

EE on Social Media

EE has its own community blog where EE customers can register, ask questions and discuss technology issues related to EE.

In addition the company can be found on:

EE Apps for smart phones and tablets

EE calls its dedicated app MY EE. The app allows customers to see all important information about their account at a single glance. This includes how much data they've used as well as details of upcoming accounts.

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Contact EE

EE has a "Contact Us" tab on every online page opened which allows customers to select their issue and device for immediate online advice.
On every product page, there's a "Need Help? Live Chat". Clicking on this puts you in contact with an EE customer service representative.
In addition, there's the facility to call EE.
Customers wanting to join EE can call 0800 9566000. For existing customers there is a variety of contact numbers:

For mobile or SIM only customers:

  • On EE mobile: call 150
  • From an EE landline: 07953 966250
  • Another provider: 07953 966250
  • From abroad: +44 (0) 7953 966 250

Broadband or EE TV customers:

  • On EE mobile: call 150
  • From an EE landline: 0800 0798586
  • Any other provider: 0207 3620200
  • From abroad: +44 (0) 207 3620200

4GEE or Mobile WiFi customers:

  • On EE mobile: call 150
  • From an EE landline: 07953 966502 (Free at any time)

Any other provider: 07953 966250
From abroad: +44 (0) 7953 966250

In all cases, these lines are open 8:00 to 22:00 (Monday to Friday) and 8:00 to 20:00 (Saturday and Sunday).

If your EE phone is lost or stolen there is a 24 hour phone line accessible by selecting the appropriate option when you call: 150 from an EE handset or 07953 966250 from any other phone. If you're outside the UK call +44 7953 966250 .

Customers who wish to write to the company can also do so. There are two separate addresses, depending on which service the inquiry relates to:

EE Mobile
EE Customer Services
6 Camberwell Way
Sunderland
Tyne and Wear, SR3 3XN
United Kingdom

and

EE Broadband
Customer Care
PO Box 486
Rotherham, S63 5ZX
United Kingdom     

Be sure to find the best deals on broadband services by subscribing to the dedicated EE pages here at HotUKDeals.