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Just rang up T-Mobile (0800 956 2208) and mentioned Tescos current sim only deal and they offered me this.

Some people are managing to get cheap deals that includes a phone (slightly different contract)...so its worth asking if you're looking for one.

They said it was only likely to be around for the next week.

It was very easy, i didn't even have to try and push them for a lower price.

Phone number: 0800 956 2208

Dialing voicemail is 10p extra per call
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1 Like #1
not bad but was the Tesco one just a 1 month contract?
#2
fantastic deal....i think unlim texts is a flexi booster so you can change it to unlim landlines like that....
#3
i got offered that about a month ago when i asked them to beat my voda contract (300 mins, unlimited texts £10 a month)
#4
can you use the unlimited data for blackberry data? or do you need to buy another booster?
#5
Yes the tesco contract is a 1 month rolling contract, So still not beating tesco with this.
3 Likes #6
Great deal, but T-mobile in this area is worse than bean cans and rope.
#7
Wouldn't the Giff Gaff deals be better than this ? as they are unlimited internet and 30 day contracts.
1 Like #8
Three are offering 100 Minutes, 3000 texts, 1GB internet, 2000 Three-to-Three minutes on a £10 monthly Sim only deal
#9
heat added-looks a good deal
#10
On paper this is an awesome deal. But bare in mind the quality of coverage provided by the network and the fact that there is a £10 rolling contract out there too.

I was with 02 (iPhone) and recently i changed to Tmob on the monthly rolling tariff for only £10 (100 xnetwork min plus 1GB data).

The problem is that i don't get good reception at home and where I work (basement) - It was working fine with 02. Also i noticed the 3G data speed is considerably slower than 02 (Tho i did not do a benchmark test). They also charge for voice mail, which is a bummer for me as i get no reception all day at work and i usually get loads of voice mail anyway.

Needless to say i'm going to go back to 02.

Dont get me wrong, this is the cheapest deal i've seen for what's on offer - but do consider the coverage, data speed and voicemail charges.

BTY i live in london (Z2) and work in central london - so there shouldn't be any reception issues.

Voted Hot for the price -
1 Like #11
gavjbrown
Great deal, but T-mobile in this area is worse than bean cans and rope.


It may be worth noting that from next month T-mobile and Orange will be sharing coverage so there may be better coverage than before!
#12
smokeMonkey
On paper this is an awesome deal. But bare in mind the quality of coverage provided by the network and the fact that there is a £10 rolling contract out there too.

I was with 02 (iPhone) and recently i changed to Tmob on the monthly rolling tariff for only £10 (100 xnetwork min plus 1GB data).

The problem is that i don't get good reception at home and where I work (basement) - It was working fine with 02. Also i noticed the 3G data speed is considerably slower than 02 (Tho i did not do a benchmark test). They also charge for voice mail, which is a bummer for me as i get no reception all day at work and i usually get loads of voice mail anyway.

Needless to say i'm going to go back to 02.

Dont get me wrong, this is the cheapest deal i've seen for what's on offer - but do consider the coverage, data speed and voicemail charges.

BTY i live in london (Z2) and work in central london - so there shouldn't be any reception issues.

Voted Hot for the price -


I wonder if the merger between Orange and T-Mobile, where they are due to start sharing networks from Oct, would make a huge difference to coverage, etc.
#13
Very hot deal :) 3GB of data is pretty awesome with all those minutes and texts, especially for £10. Whereas tesco's measly 500mb is all that put me off.

Sighs :|...now if only T-Mobile has better network coverage :(
1 Like #14
"Unlimited Data. 3GB". Kind of like saying "Buffet - eat as much as you like. 3 courses max."

This use of "unlimited" is criminal and Ofcom or the ASA should put a stop to it at once.

Edited By: bigpastrychef on Sep 08, 2010 21:16: Minor mistake.
1 Like #15
Thanks signed up to let people know this is the "back to school " offer and is actually

12 Months, 600mins, 500 Texts, Unlimited Data (3GB) BUT and its a big but a free BOOSTER which can be

Unlimited Text, Unlimited Landline, Unlimited T-Mobile Talk and several international booster but just ask for the back to school sim only deal hence the offer above but i'm thinking of moving for the landline instead of text and just use WhatsApp to send free mms and sms via the Data stream ;) (tho your friends do need WhatsApp too)


Wappy


p.s. mentioned the wife wanted one too and they will do both sims for £18... now that a deal

Edited By: Wappy on Sep 08, 2010 21:30: added the ps
2 Likes #16
You can get free voicemail on T-mobile. Use Hullomail (http://www.hullomail.com/uk/index.html). Works brilliantly.
#17
bigpastrychef
"Unlimited Data. 3GB". Kind of like saying "Buffet - eat as much as you like. 3 courses max."

This use of "unlimited" is criminal and Ofcom or the ASA should put a stop to it at once.

When will the government get rid of these tax wasters. Doubt anyone will miss Ofcom, Ofgem et al as they are no more than a real waste of space.
#18
Wappy
Thanks signed up to let people know this is the "back to school " offer and is actually

12 Months, 600mins, 500 Texts, Unlimited Data (3GB) BUT and its a big but a free BOOSTER which can be

Unlimited Text, Unlimited Landline, Unlimited T-Mobile Talk and several international booster but just ask for the back to school sim only deal hence the offer above but i'm thinking of moving for the landline instead of text and just use WhatsApp to send free mms and sms via the Data stream ;) (tho your friends do need WhatsApp too)


Wappy


p.s. mentioned the wife wanted one too and they will do both sims for £18... now that a deal


All this for 12 months???? I called up today and mentioned the tesco offer, was offered this for 24 months plus a choice of middle of the road android phones. Will push for 12 months only tomorrow (probably without the phone)
2 Likes #19
always makes me laugh when people go on about the 30-day rolling contract ... when in fact they'll probably end up using it for 12 months+ anyway!
1 Like #20
You can dial your own number on T Mobile to get through to voicemail - the "cost" then comes out of your inclusive minutes so is effectively free.
#21
Shame I'm stuff with Orange until July 2011 or I'd go for this in a shot. I used to be with T-Mobile for 6 years or so without any issues at all. Bloody Orange :|
#22
thehitman
gavjbrown
Great deal, but T-mobile in this area is worse than bean cans and rope.


It may be worth noting that from next month T-mobile and Orange will be sharing coverage so there may be better coverage than before!


Only for 2g though. If you've got crap 3g it'll still be crap.
#23
T-Mobile's T&C's state quite clearly that the data allowance is only 1gb unless you have an Android phone. Are they now offering 3gb on SIM only deals irrespective of the handset?
#24
Taksim_Red
You can dial your own number on T Mobile to get through to voicemail - the "cost" then comes out of your inclusive minutes so is effectively free.


That doesn't seem to work anymore, hence the recommendation for Hullomail in post #16
#25
Brilliant find, thanks Op.
#26
toonarmani
always makes me laugh when people go on about the 30-day rolling contract ... when in fact they'll probably end up using it for 12 months+ anyway!


Not in my case - I'm just waiting for windows 7 phone when its released in october. I didnt want to upgrade to iPhone 4 or continue paying £50 pounds (without a new handset). 1month contact give the flexibility - even tho it back fired as mentioned in my post (data speed and network coverage issue).... even so, i'm only paying 10 pounds per month until I get a new phone.
#27
maxtweenie
T-Mobile's T&C's state quite clearly that the data allowance is only 1gb unless you have an Android phone. Are they now offering 3gb on SIM only deals irrespective of the handset?


That's true. And i also hate when they they Unlimited, even tho there is a cap. Then again it's not only TMob.
#28
bigpastrychef
"Unlimited Data. 3GB". Kind of like saying "Buffet - eat as much as you like. 3 courses max."

This use of "unlimited" is criminal and Ofcom or the ASA should put a stop to it at once.


Bunch of sharks!
#29
damn, my contract ends, end of this month. i'm not sure which one to go for now!
banned#30
If this is true then its a damn good one. But im a nit mystified by why they would offer 3gb allowance on a sim only. Thats usually for their android phones.
#31
the guy on the phone definitely said 3GB but you should probably check when you order because i made a point about it to the sales person by asking what my "unlimited" would be. and apparently t-mobile dont charge for going over the allowance but just send you threat letters if you keep exceeding the allowance.
#32
Really need a deal like this when my contract ends at the end of the year
#33
bigpastrychef
"Unlimited Data. 3GB". Kind of like saying "Buffet - eat as much as you like. 3 courses max."

This use of "unlimited" is criminal and Ofcom or the ASA should put a stop to it at once.


T-mobile are the only network that just throttle your speed if you go over, other networks all charge IIRC (Vodafone just brought in their changes so I'm leaving them as I use over 1gb a month and im not spending more)
#34
I get better signal on T-Mobile, than any other network in Waltham Cross. M25 J25 area.
#35
can you port your number from o2 to t-mob ?
#36
I'm currently with T-Mobile at the moment and out of contract. They offered me 100mins, 100 text and 1GB data for a £5. (I presume a renewed 12 month contract). Suits my lifestyle.
T-Mobile has got poor reception where I live. My wife's Orange is better so I'm going to wait to see if the Orange sharing network will work for me next month.
#37
toonarmani
always makes me laugh when people go on about the 30-day rolling contract ... when in fact they'll probably end up using it for 12 months+ anyway!


It is true - but it's all about flexibility.

Voda offered me a 12 month deal with Free HTC Legend for £30pm (500mins, Unlimited Texts, Unlimited Data). Sounds like a cracking deal yeah?

Well Tesco do that Tariff for £10 a month on a 30 day basis (as I'm sure everyone is aware) and I can grab a legend for £240 new from CEX or a Hero refurb for £160 from 3. Add an unlocking fee and it works out pretty much the same but gives me less flexibility.

If I move and get crap reception at my new home - Snookered on my contract
If I receive bad customer service again from Voda - Snookered on my contract
If something even better comes along - Snookered on my contract
If I decide to work abroad for a while - Snookered on my contract. And having to basically pay it out.

So yeah, I totally see your point, but I bloody hate the way the phone market is going these days and wouldn't even consider tying myself into 18/24 month deals. So on that basis this is a decent deal!
#38
Morning,

I phoned T-Mob last week to cancel my out of contract service when the Tesco deal came on. The operator was very helpful and managed to twist my arm into a similar contact as this deal.

I signed up for £10 / mo for 600mins, unlim text and 3GB data for 24 months. I also got a new Sony Xperia Mini 10 for free... checking ebay these go for £160-200 at the moment... So in theory this should work out as approx £3.33 a month!!!

It is definitely 3gb data per month, as a heavy user I confirmed this. They said that all current contracts for android and iPhone are 3gb.

I've never had any problems with T-Mobile, sure reception isn't perfect but manageable. Plus they don't charge extra for iPhone tethering, which is nice :D
#39
thehitman
gavjbrown
Great deal, but T-mobile in this area is worse than bean cans and rope.


It may be worth noting that from next month T-mobile and Orange will be sharing coverage so there may be better coverage than before!


That's news to me, and I'm working on the project.

The roll out has already begun, and will be completed by Q2 2011
#40
I mentioned the £6 tesco deal to t-mobile last week when I phoned to cancel my contract - 100 mins and ultd texts. I was paying £15 for 300 mins and Ultd texts, they said they would do the same deal for £5.

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