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T-mobile sim only contract (CHEAP!) £15.00

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
T-mobile sim only contract with 350mins and 650 texts for 15 pounds per month, normaly 20 pounds per month!

It is also on a 1 month contract so this is another good factor.

hope you all enjoy.
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#1
Pls dont create merchants without checking first. This is a T-mobile pointer and should be posted under T-mobile deals. :)
2 Likes #2
Sorry i don't know what quite to do yet.

I am 13 and just want to help people with there deals ect so please don't be to harsh on me :thumbsup:.
#3
daniel247;2193250
Sorry i don't know what quite to do yet.

I am 13 and just want to help people with there deals ect so please don't be to harsh on me :thumbsup:.


Please see the links in my signature for help on posting deals.
#4
Good deal this.. Took it out a couple of weeks ago.. T-mobile are offering some very good sim only deals at the moment..
#5
[I][B]there quite a good company i do agree

i think im getting the hang of this site at the moment

please rate this hot

cheers.
#6
bod emrys
Thanks op, sounds good.
So am I right in thinking that you can cancel at anytime (well a months notice)?



Yes.. cancel whenever you like.. All you need is a phone that is unlocked.. I've had a few of these sim only deals and they work well for me with my K800i..:)
#7
well you don't even need it unlocked if you brought the phone on t-mobile and then upgraded to contract
#8
Great deal, hot.
#9
Ordered SOLO 35 for nephew & son

Thank You! HOT!
1 Like #10
well this looks quite successful for my first deal
#11
well done Daniel :) bless you
#12
I've voted it hot, but won't do it again if you ask for it to be heated up! :-P Bit naughty asking, should really just let it run its course and see if it's hot or not!
#13
Is there Quidco available? T-mobile indicate £35 for solo - probably payable in the 3rd or 4th month.
#14
charliebrown
Is there Quidco available? T-mobile indicate £35 for solo - probably payable in the 3rd or 4th month.


I took out a solo contract recently, quidco did track but for £30 not £35 :?
#15
have some heat Dan !
#16


Inclusive minutes and texts are from the UK to all UK mobiles and numbers starting with 01, 02 or 03 at any time. This doesn't cover Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.

Call and message costs

Once your inclusive minutes and texts are used up the following costs will apply (anytime to any UK network).
Calls 30p / minute
Texts 12p / message
Pictures 20p / message
Internet access
Internet on your phone £1 / day maximum

Browsing costs 0.73p per KB, a maximum charge of £1 per day no matter how much you browse the internet on your mobile phone, including WAP or web'n'walk.

Additional information

Not included in your monthly credit
Voicemail 12p / minute
Customer Service calls 25p / call maximum (when connected to agent)
0800 / 0500 numbers Free to 10p / minute
0808 numbers Free to 10p / minute
All other 08 numbers Free to £2.50 / minute

Call Customer Services for charge information on the specific 08 number you wish to call. 08 numbers are not included in your call allowance


Please can someone tell me if I am reading this right?? - no matter how much internet I use on the phone, it will only cost about £1 per day?
#17
i was looking at this a while back, but i did not go for it because i've been told the coverage is not very good, can anyone confirm that the coverage is as good as vodaphone, o2 etc?
#18
thanks m8 heat and rep added, whats the minimum age for pulling out these contracts?
#19
mafia
i was looking at this a while back, but i did not go for it because i've been told the coverage is not very good, can anyone confirm that the coverage is as good as vodaphone, o2 etc?


If you have a sim free phone then I would test it out by putting a T-mobile sim inside. You can get the sims for free nowadays.

T-mobile reception is poor in my area but I am voting hot as this deal is very good value for money!
#20
There is a coverage checker before you buy including HOME/ WORK/ PLAY so you will get a good Idea. Good post heat added !
#21
Their reception has an equal chance to be as good as the other networks but its down to your area.
#22
Virgin Mobile's sim only plans are more impressive tbh:
http://www.virginmobile.com/vm/paymonthlySimOnly.do

Also remember by changing the included 'bolt on' on some of the o2 sim only plans you can create some very good deals:
http://shop.o2.co.uk/tariffs/sim_only

Warm for me, it's a fair deal but nothing too impressive.
banned#23
voted hot, good deal, and sorry its late but a warm welcome to hukd daniel, better late then never eh:thumbsup:
#24
kevyn


Inclusive minutes and texts are from the UK to all UK mobiles and numbers starting with 01, 02 or 03 at any time. This doesn't cover Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.

Call and message costs

Once your inclusive minutes and texts are used up the following costs will apply (anytime to any UK network).
Calls 30p / minute
Texts 12p / message
Pictures 20p / message
Internet access
Internet on your phone £1 / day maximum

Browsing costs 0.73p per KB, a maximum charge of £1 per day no matter how much you browse the internet on your mobile phone, including WAP or web'n'walk.

Additional information

Not included in your monthly credit
Voicemail 12p / minute
Customer Service calls 25p / call maximum (when connected to agent)
0800 / 0500 numbers Free to 10p / minute
0808 numbers Free to 10p / minute
All other 08 numbers Free to £2.50 / minute

Call Customer Services for charge information on the specific 08 number you wish to call. 08 numbers are not included in your call allowance


Please can someone tell me if I am reading this right?? - no matter how much internet I use on the phone, it will only cost about £1 per day?


no 50p a day i think
#25
Excellent deal .... BUT ...

If you are currently a Virgin Media (old NTL etc.) customer it is worth checking out their website.
SIM only deal - one month cancellation notice, no minimum term - with inclusive 300 mins and 300 text for £10 per month.
Obviously useless unless you are Virgin Media customer, but brilliant deal if you are!
#26
nedryason
Excellent deal .... BUT ...

If you are currently a Virgin Media (old NTL etc.) customer it is worth checking out their website.
SIM only deal - one month cancellation notice, no minimum term - with inclusive 300 mins and 300 text for £10 per month.
Obviously useless unless you are Virgin Media customer, but brilliant deal if you are!


I Phoned on the 13th of this month after this deal with virgin (we have virgin broadband) and they said it had finished.
#27
Matt J
Virgin Mobile's sim only plans are more impressive tbh:
http://www.virginmobile.com/vm/paymonthlySimOnly.do

Also remember by changing the included 'bolt on' on some of the o2 sim only plans you can create some very good deals:
http://shop.o2.co.uk/tariffs/sim_only

Warm for me, it's a fair deal but nothing too impressive.


yes well im making my own topic on my own choice i don't need people like you in here ruining the topic,

if you want to share o2 ect then make your own topic!
#28
fragless;2194680
I Phoned on the 13th of this month after this deal with virgin (we have virgin broadband) and they said it had finished.


Called last week, they said the 300 minutes and texts for £10 had expired, and they now give 200 minutes and texts for £10. Still took the offer :)
#29
daniel247
yes well im making my own topic on my own choice i don't need people like you in here ruining the topic,

if you want to share o2 ect then make your own topic!


With respect daniel247, I was explaining why I wasn't voting this as hot with the aim of offering an alternative deal which may or may not be better value for other people, this happens is practically every thread - it's part and parcel of posting a deal and I'm entitled to post my thoughts on it...

* We request that cold voters leave a reason for doing so. By leaving constructive criticism, it will help your fellow members improve their posts in the future.
#30
well im on solo 15

you get 350mins and 650 txts for 15 pounds p/m

so on t-mobile you get 150more mins and 450 more texts for only 5 pound extra!
#31
Matt J
With respect daniel247, I was explaining why I wasn't voting this as hot with the aim of offering an alternative deal which may or may not be better value for other people, this happens is practically every thread - it's part and parcel of posting a deal and I'm entitled to post my thoughts on it...


Just please dont post about other deals on my topics!

reguards
Daniel
#32
daniel247
Just please dont post about other deals on my topics!

reguards
Daniel


Welcome to HUKD Daniel, Matt J is right in saying though that most deals on here have posts listing alternatives, its part of the site
#33
Bryan839
Welcome to HUKD Daniel, Matt J is right in saying though that most deals on here have posts listing alternatives, its part of the site


yes i know but it annoys people as well.
#34
daniel247

yes i know but it annoys people as well.


You cant have a true discussion about how hot a deal it is without comparing it to other similar deals. I realise you are new to the site, but try not to be so abrasive - people have their right to their opinion, and you do not have "exclusive ownership" over "your thread" - you have posted in public domain, so people have a right to discuss it.
#35
daniel247

yes i know but it annoys people as well.



i like to see discussion and choice so it dont annoy me:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#36
mattmerch
i like to see discussion and choice so it dont annoy me:thumbsup::thumbsup:


i hate it lol
#37
mafia
i was looking at this a while back, but i did not go for it because i've been told the coverage is not very good, can anyone confirm that the coverage is as good as vodaphone, o2 etc?


Its a hard question to answer that! all providers have areas what are better than others, nearly all cover a minimum of 99% of populated areas. So what you need to know is how good is the coverage in your area, which we cannot answer.
#38
Can someone tell me how old you have to be in order to pull out this contract, im sure daniel mentioned earlier that he is only 13?
#39
Not sure if this is "up to date", but as far as I was always aware, Orange and Vodafone had top coverage, with O2 and Tmob a little way behind them. As for the real world, I'm with T mobile and have noticed a very marked drop in signal availability compared to Orange. Although, as pointed out, will certainly depend upon your area.
#40
munz007
Can someone tell me how old you have to be in order to pull out this contract, im sure daniel mentioned earlier that he is only 13?


Was thinking the same thing....the legal minimum age for a contract(that you can be enforced to stick to) is 18 I believe...

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