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Plusnet (EE) 30 day £10.00 unlimited/4GB @ Plusnet Mobile

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Just a heads up this popular HUKD deal is back on :) shortguy4u now reports "open for new customers on the mobile web page; just not on the desktop page" Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Just a heads up this popular HUKD deal is back on :)

shortguy4u now reports "open for new customers on the mobile web page; just not on the desktop page"
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#1
family member switched over, no issues so far, believe they use the EE network
#2
Can you wifi call with plusnet like you can with EE ?
#3
Would I be able to keep my existing (O2) phone number?
1 Like #4
ade457
Can you wifi call with plusnet like you can with EE ?

No.

SMS shortcodes are not supported either. No mobile app yet. Voicemail can only be activated/deactivated by contacting customer services. No visual voicemail on iPhones.
1 Like #5
Currently on EE and contract is ending within next few weeks, think I will be going for this
#6
I wish they'd stop having weekly deals, just when you think you've got the deal you want 6 days later it's better, then worse, then better.
#7
billynomats
Would I be able to keep my existing (O2) phone number?

Yes of course. Just port it across like you would with any other network. Get your PAC from O2.
#8
Do plusnet let you limit cap your monthly bill?

Edit- Found the answer.

Edited By: callum84 on Mar 01, 2017 19:15: .
#9
Anyone managed to get EE to match this deal by retention / asking for PAC?
#10
royaltee
Anyone managed to get EE to match this deal by retention / asking for PAC?
Well Vodafone offered to match it...WITH A 12 MONTH TERM! X)X)X)

I mean why even TRY retain a customer Vodafone - 1 month v 12 ? LOL

I've been looking at Opensignal and it seems EE outdoes Voda here
#11
royaltee
Anyone managed to get EE to match this deal by retention / asking for PAC?
EE are quite good at matching sister company offers DIRECT from their sisters, give them a call.
4 Likes #12
Do you have their sister's number? (_;)
#13
Unless no contract is critical there are regularly so many cheaper deals than this.
1 Like #14
Gollywood
Do you have their sister's number? (_;)
Steady, I hear that her mother, Beattie, is a bit of a beast
1 Like #15
spannerzone
Gollywood
Do you have their sister's number? (_;)
Steady, I hear that her mother, Beattie, is a bit of a beast


I'll wait for the Virgin....deal then
1 Like #16
quadkon
Currently on EE and contract is ending within next few weeks, think I will be going for this

EE definitely price matches this offer
#17
ade457
Can you wifi call with plusnet like you can with EE ?

I am using the IPhone's wi-fi calling with PlusNet without issue (It states "Make and receive calls over Wi-Fi with your EE account" in the settings.)
#18
I have a EE locked phone, anyone used a plusnet sim in a EE locked phone?
#19
Uses EE network
No contract (call to cancel and it just ends 30days from request)
Can set smart cap if you call them to allow fixed rollover (default £2)

spannerzone
I wish they'd stop having weekly deals, just when you think you've got the deal you want 6 days later it's better, then worse, then better.

Its not weekly, its a 'mates rates' deal for if you are already a broadband customer (source: I am staff)

Edited By: cel1189 on Mar 01, 2017 21:17
#20
According to the t&cs this expired yesterday.
#21
Gollywood
Do you have their sister's number? (_;)

0121 4 10 3325/0 121 4 10 DEAL

:)
#22
marlovian
According to the t&cs this expired yesterday.
According to my email it didn't :D
#23
cel1189
Uses EE network
No contract (call to cancel and it just ends 30days from request)
Can set smart cap if you call them to allow fixed rollover (default £2)

spannerzone
I wish they'd stop having weekly deals, just when you think you've got the deal you want 6 days later it's better, then worse, then better.
Its not weekly, its a 'mates rates' deal for if you are already a broadband customer (source: I am staff)

mates rates? it is for anyone, select the NO/YES I am a Plusnet BB tab and it remains £10 either way :)
1 Like #24
seaniboy
marlovian
According to the t&cs this expired yesterday.
According to my email it didn't :D

10.00 (instead of £15) a month for 4GB of data, unlimited minutes & unlimited texts.
•Available to new and existing customers signing up via http://www.plus.net/mobile/deals/4gb/mse/feb2017 between 15th February 2017 and 28th February 2017.
•There is no cash alternative to this offer. Plusnet reserves the right to remove this offer at any time including prior to the advertised end date without notice. Other exclusions and conditions may apply.
•Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer (including Mates Rates).
1 Like #25
terry82517
I have a EE locked phone, anyone used a plusnet sim in a EE locked phone?

I signed up to Plusnet February 2016 when it was known as Life Mobile. At the time, out of curiosity tried sim in an EE phone and an old Orange phone, worked each time.
#26
This looks the best about, although I only need about 350 mins, and 1.5gb Internet
1 Like #27
BT own plusnet and EE. It is all just money to old pants at BT.
#28
Make calls to service numbers beginning with 084, 087, 09 and 118 - £0.19 access charge, plus a service charge set by the organisation you called


that must be one of the cheapest around!


£1.50 per 250MB per day after 4GB - cheaper than Voda @ £6.50 per 250MB and 3's 1p a MB

or a data bundle valid until refresh date

250MB £2
500MB £4
1GB £6
2GB £10
4GB £15


Edited By: seaniboy on Mar 01, 2017 23:28
#29
marlovian
seaniboy
marlovian
According to the t&cs this expired yesterday.
According to my email it didn't :D
10.00 (instead of £15) a month for 4GB of data, unlimited minutes & unlimited texts.
•Available to new and existing customers signing up via http://www.plus.net/mobile/deals/4gb/mse/feb2017 between 15th February 2017 and 28th February 2017.
•There is no cash alternative to this offer. Plusnet reserves the right to remove this offer at any time including prior to the advertised end date without notice. Other exclusions and conditions may apply.
•Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer (including Mates Rates).
Well they took my £10 upfront and sent a email confirming plan ?

Did not know it was a MSE deal, I googled for 4GB/£10 deal after I could not find Uswitch or broadbandchoices special on +Net mobile sims, I just copy/pasted link.
#30
flooker
terry82517
I have a EE locked phone, anyone used a plusnet sim in a EE locked phone?
I signed up to Plusnet February 2016 when it was known as Life Mobile. At the time, out of curiosity tried sim in an EE phone and an old Orange phone, worked each time.
EE/Plus sims use the old Orange/T-Mobile network codes, EE is actually built on the T-Mobile 3G network footprint and a few extra sites from Orange.

My old Orange payg sim issued pre merger had to be replaced after EE launched as it was not accepted by a EE or T-Mobile phones, they were even fussy to do this as wanted me on EE payg, pffft.

Same as old T-Mobile sims could not use a locked Orange - you need a replacement sim from EE if a sim is that old of pre merger. But as Terry says a EE phone should work no issues with +Net sim.

Edited By: seaniboy on Mar 01, 2017 23:46
#31
not ideal for London underground users as it do not give free LU WiFi
#32
heydi
not ideal for London underground users as it do not give free LU WiFi
huh ? free o2 wifi
http://www.o2.co.uk/connectivity/free-wifi
Unlike other wifi hotspots, O2 Wifi is free to use and available to users on all networks. You do, however, have to be over 18 to register and accept our terms and conditions.

You can use O2 Wifi to browse the web, make phone and video calls over the internet and watch online videos. All of these services work better over wifi than a standard 3G or 4G network or web dongle.

http://www.o2.co.uk/apps/wifi




Edited By: seaniboy on Mar 02, 2017 00:25: add
#33
Wifi calling cannot find this in their terms, also is it going to be the same speed as EE as people slate virgin for dropping off and being slower on other forums.

I would stay with EE if they had some kind of EU minutes deal like Three
#34
Just ordered...
#35
Is this for broadband customers only? that is what the website says now.
#36
You should mention it just plusnet customers can get this for a £10 note non customers £15
1 Like #37
Actually, just checked and the deal is still open for new customers on the mobile web page; just not on the desktop page.
1 Like #38
callum84
Do plusnet let you limit cap your monthly bill?
Edit- Found the answer.
Please share what you found (_;)
https://www.plus.net/mobile/smart-cap
Can be set to a minimum £2

Edited By: molerat on Mar 02, 2017 12:44
#39
I'm with EE, phoned them and got a deal for 3GB, unlimited minutes and texts, for £8.49.
#40
dan5
I'm with EE, phoned them and got a deal for 3GB, unlimited minutes and texts, for £8.49.

But it's a 12 months contract

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