iD Mobile SIMO AT USWITCH 250MINS, 5000TXT 250MB DATA PER MONTH: £4 @ ID mobile via uswitch - HotUKDeals
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iD Mobile SIMO AT USWITCH 250MINS, 5000TXT 250MB DATA PER MONTH: £4.00 @ ID mobile via uswitch

£4.00 @ uSwitch
AS TITLED £4 PER MONTH 1 MONTH ROLLING CONTRACT 250MINS 5000 TEXT 250MB CANCEL ANYTIME AS ITS ON A 1 MONTH ROLLING Read More
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banned8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
AS TITLED

£4 PER MONTH

1 MONTH ROLLING CONTRACT

250MINS

5000 TEXT

250MB

CANCEL ANYTIME AS ITS ON A 1 MONTH ROLLING
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banned8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
It's also on their website, it's a capped a £5 overspend. Personally I think the £5 sim only plan which is the same but with 1gb data. This is what I have used for my daughter.
1 Like #2
I wouldn't touch ID mobile with a barge pole. Was with them for 4 months with nothing but network issues, poor customer service and additional charges placed on my account from numbers unknown to ID mobile but still attempting to charge me!
#3
also I cancelled in june and now I got a debt letter from them so I rang up kicking off saying I not paying so they cleared the debt but the account still active when I told them I cancelled and they said theres a delay

how can there be a delay when other contracts cancel it when you tell them to

only issue I got with them was the number wasn't new I was getting random calls and money being toted up on the cap for no reason and they don't even try to fix the issue when you say your leaving

Edited By: accyuklad on Sep 02, 2016 19:05
1 Like #4
Had 1 contract with them since September last year and another since January and not had any problems with either.

This isn't a good deal in my opinion - if you go through Quidco there's a fiver cashback and for £1 more you get 1gb of data.
#5
I looked at this too and the cashback via Quidco is actually a better deal

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