Mobiles.co.uk EE 12m SIMO £16.99 7GB @ £8.50 P/M after cashback = £203.88 - HotUKDeals
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Mobiles.co.uk EE 12m SIMO £16.99 7GB @ £8.50 P/M after cashback = £203.88

£203.88 @ Mobiles.co.uk
Another great deal from MOBILES.co.uk Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 7GB Data £8.50 P/M for 12 months after cashback £16.99 P/M before cashback Read More
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Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 7GB Data
£8.50 P/M for 12 months after cashback
£16.99 P/M before cashback
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#1
This is worth a look saw same deal on mobiles direct but work out at £12.50 or something with cash back, glad a held off
#2
Is this EE Max ? Can't seem to see which version it is ? Thanks
#3
good deal, but personally I find cash back such a pain. Such a small window of time to claim it back. And I always remember when it's too late
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idr2711
good deal, but personally I find cash back such a pain. Such a small window of time to claim it back. And I always remember when it's too late


60 days to claim is too small a window? Wouldn't it be great if there was a device you could add reminders to to tell you when to submit your claim. Oh wait, what about the calendar on the damn phone you've just put the bargain SIM only SIM card in!
#5
The cashback is easy to claim. The only pain is it's paid by cheque.
#6
Just seen these are 4GEE, not max .
#7
sjoyce666
idr2711
good deal, but personally I find cash back such a pain. Such a small window of time to claim it back. And I always remember when it's too late


60 days to claim is too small a window? Wouldn't it be great if there was a device you could add reminders to to tell you when to submit your claim. Oh wait, what about the calendar on the damn phone you've just put the bargain SIM only SIM card in!


steady lad. I wasn't saying anything bad I was just saying I always forget. Calm down it wasn't personal.
#8
This was £4.50 P/M last week on e2save, hopefully it drops back to that soon.
#9
As above, it was £4.50 p/m after cashback on Mobiles.co.uk too, I've ordered it last week.
Worth mentioning you can get more cashback through Topcashback and Quidco too, not sure what the rate is now, it was ~£15 last week, though Topcashback only tracked as £5+ for me.
#10
With all this price changing going on with mobiles.co.uk do make me wonder whether the company is going to do a phones4u/dialaphone.
#11
Reading1800
Just seen these are 4GEE, not max .


https://www.mobiles.co.uk/ee-pay-monthly-sim-card

These are on the max tariff. See above

Click on the i just above the monthly cost and you will see the tariff

Edited By: stargunner on Mar 15, 2017 10:18: Addition
#12
Cheapasnowt
With all this price changing going on with mobiles.co.uk do make me wonder whether the company is going to do a phones4u/dialaphone.


Mobiles.co.uk are owned by car phone warehouse so it is not likely to happen
#13
geordie458
The cashback is easy to claim. The only pain is it's paid by cheque.


This. mobilephonesdirect is BACS and much easier. I very rarely go to the bank so have to post a cheque to pay in
#14
BritishDragon
geordie458
The cashback is easy to claim. The only pain is it's paid by cheque.
This. mobilephonesdirect is BACS and much easier. I very rarely go to the bank so have to post a cheque to pay in

"Send your claim in line with the Cashback Claim Process below and we will credit you by cheque with £20.38 each time."

From their site.
#15
stargunner
Reading1800
Just seen these are 4GEE, not max .
https://www.mobiles.co.uk/ee-pay-monthly-sim-card
These are on the max tariff. See above
Click on the i just above the monthly cost and you will see the tariff
Thanks, I did a search and it only came up with 4GEE, thanks for clearing that up
#16
Why does this say iphone ? Are EE Sims all multi, so you break off to the right size ?
#17
geordie458
BritishDragon
geordie458
The cashback is easy to claim. The only pain is it's paid by cheque.
This. mobilephonesdirect is BACS and much easier. I very rarely go to the bank so have to post a cheque to pay in
"Send your claim in line with the Cashback Claim Process below and we will credit you by cheque with £20.38 each time."
From their site.

There is also a bacs option. I know as I've got 2 contracts currently through them which are halfway through the redemption schedules
#18
does this plan includes BT Wifi hotspot access as well? anyone tried.
#19
My number one reason for wanting a EE Max tariff is the EU Roam like home feature....as a slight aside, is this going to be universal to all tariffs anyway from June?

Edited By: ezman on Mar 15, 2017 17:23
#20
BritishDragon
geordie458
BritishDragon
geordie458
The cashback is easy to claim. The only pain is it's paid by cheque.
This. mobilephonesdirect is BACS and much easier. I very rarely go to the bank so have to post a cheque to pay in
"Send your claim in line with the Cashback Claim Process below and we will credit you by cheque with £20.38 each time."
From their site.
There is also a bacs option. I know as I've got 2 contracts currently through them which are halfway through the redemption schedules

Is the BACS option offered when the contract starts?
#21
"Please fill out the form below to claim your cashback which will be paid directly into the bank account you provided during your application. Once we have received your claim we will aim to process this within 72 hours."
#22
geordie458
BritishDragon
geordie458
BritishDragon
geordie458
The cashback is easy to claim. The only pain is it's paid by cheque.
This. mobilephonesdirect is BACS and much easier. I very rarely go to the bank so have to post a cheque to pay in
"Send your claim in line with the Cashback Claim Process below and we will credit you by cheque with £20.38 each time."
From their site.
There is also a bacs option. I know as I've got 2 contracts currently through them which are halfway through the redemption schedules
Is the BACS option offered when the contract starts?

Sorry to be a pain but could you possibly send me a link to that please as I cant see any option for BACS payments. Cheers.

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