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Order Sainsburys Sim topup £5 and get Free £15 bundle(800mins, unlimitd texts & 2GB data & Double nectar points

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Order free sainsburys sim card from online and topup £5 to get 800mins, 2gb data and unlimtd texts(£15 worth of bundle) plus double nectar points and therafter topup £10 and get £5 off sainsbury… Read More
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2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago
Order free sainsburys sim card from online and topup £5 to get
800mins, 2gb data and unlimtd texts(£15 worth of bundle)

plus double nectar points and
therafter topup £10 and get £5 off sainsburys shopping and the bundle

Vodafone cover 98% of the UK, check just like every other network. Please ignore
- sirmaggie
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#1
Which network does sainsburys use?
#2
Hey good deal. Do u have to use the 15 pound with in the month?
#3
Are you sure says before 14 April on the add you posted not mentioned on the link?
#4
hbomb
Which network does sainsburys use?

Vodafone and work very well in my area.
#5
Brad
Are you sure says before 14 April on the add you posted not mentioned on the link?

picture is just for display.. ignore the date written on it.. link will take you the sainsburys site where u can order your sim
#6
optimus_prime2
Hey good deal. Do u have to use the 15 pound with in the month?


yes, its not rolling allowance, after 30day period and expiry of £15 bundle, you will need to topup again to get desired bundle
#7
Can you get it in store as well?
#8
Bartecki
Can you get it in store as well?

Yes u can get it from store as well or sainsbury petrol station..
#9
Thanks op
#10
Is the £5 off in sainsburys when you top up by £10 on going or just a once off
1 Like #11
Saintledger
Is the £5 off in sainsburys when you top up by £10 on going or just a once off

everytime u topop £10 or more...
2 Likes #12
tazubz
Saintledger
Is the £5 off in sainsburys when you top up by £10 on going or just a once off

everytime u topop £10 or more...


u will get £5 off only if topup is purchased in sainsbury in store or petrol stations..
#13
At what point do you topup £5 to get the £15 bundle, once you receive the sim?
#14
Is the £5 off in sainsburys when you top up by £10 on going or just a once off

At the moment the £5 offer off your Sainsburys shop if you top up £10 is live til 7th August, according to their website.
#15
Saintledger
Is the £5 off in sainsburys when you top up by £10 on going or just a once off

until 7th aug 2014. read t&c please


Edited By: kris1234 on Jul 15, 2014 10:00
#16
So the month after you'd pay £10 for the £15 bundle?
#17
jrawlins28
So the month after you'd pay £10 for the £15 bundle?

No. The month after you pay £10 for £10 of credit. But when you top up £10 they'll give you a voucher for £5 off your shopping. So be sure to top up before you do the shopping. You can then use your credit balance either on a per minute pay as you go basis or use it to 'buy' a bundle. The £15 bundle gives the package as originally listed. It's a good deal, especially if you think that it's only costing you half that, £7.50.
#18
can i port my mobile to sainsbury.ee is a mess
1 Like #19
Been with them for ages, works like a dream.

its PAYG, so you don't have to top at all or buy a bundle of minutes/txt/internet.

You can just stick the money on and spend it as and when.
If you want to buy a bundle, they start at £10 and last 30 days.
there is no commitment to carry or top ever and mins ect don't roll over
you can transfer your number to them
buy a top up voucher for £10 and get £5 voucher off your shop. There is no minimum spend so you can just use it to buy £5 worth of anything. (Except fags or lottery ) this offer is on going -for the time being- there is no limit to the amount of £5 off voucher you can get but you can only use one 'per' shop.

Any other questions, why not just go to the website and have a look???? that's the bit I don't get, why ask such mundane questions on here???? Fair enough, what is the service like or what network. but please no silly questions that the answer could be found in two seconds by a five year old on their website!
#20
tazubz
optimus_prime2
Hey good deal. Do u have to use the 15 pound with in the month?

yes, its not rolling allowance, after 30day period and expiry of £15 bundle, you will need to topup again to get desired bundle

Is the £5 kept in credit, like a rolling allowance?
#21
KOGONAI
can i port my mobile to sainsbury.ee is a mess

Yes you should be able to. Good luck to you though - Took me 3 attempts to actually get PAC code from ee. Seems pretty standard for them to promise to do something and not bother.
#22
How do you get the £15 bundle for £5 top up? Does this happen automatically? When you press the 'get deal' it doesn't mention the free bundle.

Edited By: winchman on Jul 15, 2014 12:13
#23
hopper84
KOGONAI
can i port my mobile to sainsbury.ee is a mess
Yes you should be able to. Good luck to you though - Took me 3 attempts to actually get PAC code from ee. Seems pretty standard for them to promise to do something and not bother.
KOGONAI
can i port my mobile to sainsbury.ee is a mess

they try to use so many loopholes and delay tactics to keep you if you're on a contract, I ended up paying them a good £120 after one 'upgrade' to a worse contract on 4g which when cancelled in the cooling period like the suggested actually tied me into another month (and the month before that also, so 2 months altogether), then the PAC code expired before it was meant to, so another month with them... Rather glad to be rid of them now (although now tied in to a Tesco 24 month contract... no problems so far, customer service excellent!)
#24
andykapa
Don’t even bother to get this as they use sh*t Vodafone network and that is absolutely horrible very poor network coverage.

What an utterly moronic thing to say...
1 Like #25
Sainsburys seem to be really struggling to get their network off the ground! Things is, value wise it's ok, but isn't the best, and these short term gimmicks are just typical of Sainsburys general business bait and switch business model. Ditched them for our food shopping a few months ago as just constantly felt they were trying to rip you off - ie targeted offers to et you to spend £80 on a shop instead if £70, whereas people who normally only spend £40 on a shop were getting the same offer to spend £50 etc. It just felt they were taking advantage of loyal customers. Now go to Morrisons and generally find them a lot cheaper.
1 Like #26
hopper84
KOGONAI
can i port my mobile to sainsbury.ee is a mess

Yes you should be able to. Good luck to you though - Took me 3 attempts to actually get PAC code from ee. Seems pretty standard for them to promise to do something and not bother.
messiahcomplex8
hopper84
KOGONAI
can i port my mobile to sainsbury.ee is a mess
Yes you should be able to. Good luck to you though - Took me 3 attempts to actually get PAC code from ee. Seems pretty standard for them to promise to do something and not bother.
KOGONAI
can i port my mobile to sainsbury.ee is a mess

they try to use so many loopholes and delay tactics to keep you if you're on a contract, I ended up paying them a good £120 after one 'upgrade' to a worse contract on 4g which when cancelled in the cooling period like the suggested actually tied me into another month (and the month before that also, so 2 months altogether), then the PAC code expired before it was meant to, so another month with them... Rather glad to be rid of them now (although now tied in to a Tesco 24 month contract... no problems so far, customer service excellent!)


whatever ee do they cannot keep me.even if they give me free contract for life and best phone on the market, i will leave them.
once you had enough, you had enough
#27
SFconvert
Sainsburys seem to be really struggling to get their network off the ground! Things is, value wise it's ok, but isn't the best, and these short term gimmicks are just typical of Sainsburys general business bait and switch business model. Ditched them for our food shopping a few months ago as just constantly felt they were trying to rip you off - ie targeted offers to et you to spend £80 on a shop instead if £70, whereas people who normally only spend £40 on a shop were getting the same offer to spend £50 etc. It just felt they were taking advantage of loyal customers. Now go to Morrisons and generally find them a lot cheaper.

although i know what you mean, isnt that true for all companies? sky, virgin etc
but have to admit that since i used the sun free £5 morrisons voucher i have ditched sainsburys and now shop at morrisons. fruit, veg and meat are so much better and cheaper.
#28
KOGONAI
SFconvert
Sainsburys seem to be really struggling to get their network off the ground! Things is, value wise it's ok, but isn't the best, and these short term gimmicks are just typical of Sainsburys general business bait and switch business model. Ditched them for our food shopping a few months ago as just constantly felt they were trying to rip you off - ie targeted offers to et you to spend £80 on a shop instead if £70, whereas people who normally only spend £40 on a shop were getting the same offer to spend £50 etc. It just felt they were taking advantage of loyal customers. Now go to Morrisons and generally find them a lot cheaper.

although i know what you mean, isnt that true for all companies? sky, virgin etc
but have to admit that since i used the sun free £5 morrisons voucher i have ditched sainsburys and now shop at morrisons. fruit, veg and meat are so much better and cheaper.

Most companies do these sort of things yes, yet Sainsburys seem to take it to another level. People spend vast sums at supermarkets over the course of the year, it's probably the biggest continuous expense of any household after a mortgage, so I don't like being taken advantage of or treated like a mug. One of their common tactics is to put the price of something up by say 30-40%, then stick a red "Great Value" sticker on the shelf. I'm not stupid enough to fall for it but it is simply disrespectful to your customers to use those sorts of tricks.
#29
Where do you see "topup £5 to get 800mins, 2gb data and unlimtd texts(£15 worth of bundle)".

Don't see this on their website. Am I looking at the wrong page?

Edited By: henrymonster on Jul 15, 2014 12:50
#30
andykapa
Don’t even bother to get this as they use sh*t Vodafone network and that is absolutely horrible very poor network coverage.

I agree . Living in Cardiff between Thornhill and Heath area. Network signal is very bad. Internet connection showing E on the screen.
#31
SFconvert
KOGONAI
SFconvert
Sainsburys seem to be really struggling to get their network off the ground! Things is, value wise it's ok, but isn't the best, and these short term gimmicks are just typical of Sainsburys general business bait and switch business model. Ditched them for our food shopping a few months ago as just constantly felt they were trying to rip you off - ie targeted offers to et you to spend £80 on a shop instead if £70, whereas people who normally only spend £40 on a shop were getting the same offer to spend £50 etc. It just felt they were taking advantage of loyal customers. Now go to Morrisons and generally find them a lot cheaper.

although i know what you mean, isnt that true for all companies? sky, virgin etc
but have to admit that since i used the sun free £5 morrisons voucher i have ditched sainsburys and now shop at morrisons. fruit, veg and meat are so much better and cheaper.

Most companies do these sort of things yes, yet Sainsburys seem to take it to another level. People spend vast sums at supermarkets over the course of the year, it's probably the biggest continuous expense of any household after a mortgage, so I don't like being taken advantage of or treated like a mug. One of their common tactics is to put the price of something up by say 30-40%, then stick a red "Great Value" sticker on the shelf. I'm not stupid enough to fall for it but it is simply disrespectful to your customers to use those sorts of tricks.

agree they do that sometimes

on a similar note i find it funny that argos sells toys for under a fiver each but you can also buy 2 for £15
#32
can i pick up a sim in store?

sorry sirmaggie had to ask a stupid question

Edited By: KOGONAI on Jul 15, 2014 13:21
#33
sirmaggie
andykapa
Don’t even bother to get this as they use sh*t Vodafone network and that is absolutely horrible very poor network coverage.

Please ignore this fool, Check out Vodafone website for coverage checker.

https://www.vodafone.co.uk/our-network-and-coverage/uk-coverage-map/index.htm?=network

yeah he is so persistant with the same yawn boring comment,stated without fact.....Haha he must be signing in every 30 mins topost .WHAT A SAD LIFE,
1 Like #34
KOGONAI
can i pick up a sim in store?

sorry sirmaggie had to ask a stupid question
yes, you can, you can also get petrol in store without going to petrol station even if you don't have a car, its a new thing they are trying out. Just take a bag for life in and they will fill it for £6.94 no matter what size the bag and you get the first egg full free if you spend £18.57 in the coffee shop -proof of purchase required and valid for 34 seconds from the time of purchase. Hope this helps, for further information and terms and conditions please send me £10 in well used coins or £30 in brand new notes, which ever you prefer.
#35
sirmaggie
KOGONAI
can i pick up a sim in store?

sorry sirmaggie had to ask a stupid question
yes, you can, you can also get petrol in store without going to petrol station even if you don't have a car, its a new thing they are trying out. Just take a bag for life in and they will fill it for £6.94 no matter what size the bag and you get the first egg full free if you spend £18.57 in the coffee shop -proof of purchase required and valid for 34 seconds from the time of purchase. Hope this helps, for further information and terms and conditions please send me £10 in well used coins or £30 in brand new notes, which ever you prefer.

wow you are so helpful without any hint of sarcasm
#36
andykapa
Don’t even bother to get this as they use sh*t Vodafone network and that is absolutely horrible very poor network coverage.


you're wrong my friend, the best network in my area by a country mile, but i accept in your area you might have a different opinion.;)
#37
kris1234
andykapa
Don’t even bother to get this as they use sh*t Vodafone network and that is absolutely horrible very poor network coverage.

I agree . Living in Cardiff between Thornhill and Heath area. Network signal is very bad. Internet connection showing E on the screen.

No matter which network the deal is for, there will always be someone who will say that coverage on this particular network is rubbish
#38
Ordered a free sim twice from Sainsburys mobile online & neither turned up, ended up paying 50p for one instore
#39
Using this already, they use Vodafone and I moved from Vodafone.
You have to top up in store to get the voucher, doesn't work online.
#40
can you use it abroad please?

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