Tesco Mobile 1 Month Sim Only Tariffs REDUCED!!! Now Online!! + Quidco!! / Topcashback!! / Clubcard Points!! - HotUKDeals
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This Super Hot Deal is back....but this time ONLINE!!!

The Tesco Sim Only Tariffs that were reduced in store (Expired 10th Oct) have now gone live online!! and yes ONLY 1 MONTH ROLLING - cancel at any time!!!

£10 - 500 mins / Unlimited Texts (3000) / Unlimited Data (500mb)
£15 - 750 mins / Unlimited Texts (3000) / Unlimited Data (500mb)

DIRECT LINKS:-

£10 Deal:
http://www.tescomobilepaymonthly.com/product-page.aspx?Tag=1d4c0e9f-675e-411f-8400-dd424cb8f9d9&so=1

£15 Deal:
http://www.tescomobilepaymonthly.com/product-page.aspx?Tag=cddac8e1-cebe-468d-8ab0-ed5a0cf04e84&so=1

or you can hit the "Go To Deal" button and scroll half way down!!



Tesco uses the backbone of the O2 / Telefonica Network - Superb network coverage!!

By Far the best 1 Month Sim Only Deal!!


AND NOT FORGETTING £10-£15 QUIDCO TOO!!!!!

http://www.quidco.com/tesco-mobile-pay-monthly-sim-only/


..........AND THE CLUBCARD POINTS (CAN'T FORGET THEM !! :-))


Useful Information / Helpful Tips:

Various networks will automatically say that they can't beat this offer. Existing customers of various networks have the chance to haggle at the end of there contracts but they risk being tied into lengthy contracts for a similar priced deal. With this deal the advantages are:

1) Its as advertised, in black and white....no fuss or haggling.
2) What you see is what you get (although the term unlimited it wrongly used by the networks, as I have stated the correct limits in the forum advert) But "unlimited" in the networks terms generally means 'suitable limit for most users'
3) No long term tie in....You can cancel at any time!!!
4) You can easily port your number from another network. Call Tesco Customer services from your Tesco mobile using quick dial 4455 (Max 20p per call) or from landline 0845 301 4455 and they will run this thorugh with you.


or up to £30 Topcashback (without having to pay Quidco's £5 annual rip-off fee)
- buckfast67uk
--Thankyou for the heads up DDUDE05
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#1
wow... this is going to get SUPER HOT
1 Like #2
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.
#3
if you start this contract can they change it at any time or is that the tarriff you have for as long as you have the contract?
3 Likes #4
Well compared to the t mobile deal it seems like a rip off.

ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient
#5
Been using the 6 quid one. Dont think ill switch to this oen, but this is a very good deal
1 Like #6
The real rip off is the £4 a meg charge once you go over the "unlimited" data!, that could cost you some SERIOUS money!

Civic EG6
Well compared to the t mobile deal it seems like a rip off.

ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient
#7
Civic EG6
Well compared to the t mobile deal it seems like a rip off.

ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient


T-Mobiles network coverage and reliability is poor in most areas. I am not sure about customer services, but having signed up to the Tesco deal I highly recommend this service for the reliablility and customer service.
#8
Does the T-mobile deal charge for Voice mail?

If so how much do you think it would work out a month to listen to all your messages?
#9
You got a source to back that statement up?

ddude05
Civic EG6
Well compared to the t mobile deal it seems like a rip off.

ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient


T-Mobiles network coverage and reliability is poor in most areas. I am not sure about customer services, but having signed up to the Tesco deal I highly recommend this service for the reliablility and customer service.
#10
Good deal. Heat added
#11
hotttt :D
#12
i was told when i took this out (cos t-mobile deal is better but crap signal in this area)that prices may be subject to change and you will lose your data allowance only, if you miss a monthly payment ! leaving you with 500 mins an unlimited (capped at 3000 by the way )texts,also internet (for an o2 piggyback) seems a bit slow but is fine for me.
2 Likes #13
You can sign up to hullomail and get your voicemail through your free minutes

arnold.rimmer
Does the T-mobile deal charge for Voice mail?

If so how much do you think it would work out a month to listen to all your messages?
#14
Civic EG6
You got a source to back that statement up?

ddude05
Civic EG6
Well compared to the t mobile deal it seems like a rip off.

ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient


T-Mobiles network coverage and reliability is poor in most areas. I am not sure about customer services, but having signed up to the Tesco deal I highly recommend this service for the reliablility and customer service.


I am recommeding Tesco through my own experience, and as I say it uses O2's strong network back end. T-mobile uses 3's coverage, and this is not the best coverage. A quick search on google will show you how many users have experienced problems with poor coverage using T-Mobile.


Edited By: ddude05 on Oct 14, 2010 15:11: Edit
6 Likes #15
arnold.rimmer
Does the T-mobile deal charge for Voice mail?If so how much do you think it would work out a month to listen to all your messages?
Officially yes it does. BUT get your voicemail by phoning you own phone number and its comes out of your free minutes 8)
3 Likes #16
Can anyone explain to me how these companies can STILL advertise "unlimited" data with limits?!
suspended#17
arnold.rimmer
Does the T-mobile deal charge for Voice mail?

If so how much do you think it would work out a month to listen to all your messages?


10p every time you call. Prob costs me 50p a month
#18
Unlimited data is 500mb, are they for real? 500mb is no where near unlimited how can they pass the ASA calling 500mb unlimited.
#19
If only mobile internet was at least 2gb-3gb
suspended#20
what t mobile deal?

Civic EG6
Well compared to the t mobile deal it seems like a rip off.

ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient
#21
Cheers will look into it.

tootsie215
You can sign up to hullomail and get your voicemail through your free minutes
arnold.rimmer
Does the T-mobile deal charge for Voice mail?If so how much do you think it would work out a month to listen to all your messages?
#22
proper cheap, considering they are a virtual operator for o2
#23
The T-Mobile contract is 12 months, and in my are T-Mobile 3G signal is crap - so this wins (having had both this contract and trialling the T-Mobile one for a day)
#24
Spykey
what t mobile deal?

Civic EG6
Well compared to the t mobile deal it seems like a rip off.

ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient


600 minutes xnet, unlimited landline calls or unlimited texts (or unlimited t-mob to t-mob calls), 500 texts and 3gb fup internet for £7.50 a month for 12 months.
#25
http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/buy/TALKMOBILE-PAYM-SIMCARD-TK5S-FCON

This might be a better deal for the light user for £5/m 1 month contract you get 100 mins, 100 TXTs and 100MB internet
#26
the internet on t-mobile is utter rubbish, a constant annoyance
#27
where do i get a phone that fits the chip..i have a couple of t mobile phones ..?
4 Likes #28
That's it, I've had it, htc desire hd is going to be payg and I'm going for one of these 1 month rolling contracts, I've had enough of these 2 year long contracts, what the hell happened to 12 months?
1 Like #29
ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient


I expect 3gb like the T-mobile deal that was £7.50, plus a booster!

It's not a bad deal, but not even close to the T-Mobile deal.
1 Like #31
Remember that T-mobile 2G signal is now roamed with Orange (as of Monday I think).

It has made a huge difference to me - I dont lose signal at all anymore.
#32
ddude05
Civic EG6
You got a source to back that statement up?

ddude05
Civic EG6
Well compared to the t mobile deal it seems like a rip off.

ddude05
Civic EG6
The 500mb internet limit is very off putting.


What more do you expect for the price you are paying? For most users this limit is more than sufficient


T-Mobiles network coverage and reliability is poor in most areas. I am not sure about customer services, but having signed up to the Tesco deal I highly recommend this service for the reliablility and customer service.


I am recommeding Tesco through my own experience, and as I say it uses O2's strong network back end. T-mobile uses 3's coverage, and this is not the best coverage. A quick search on google will show you how many users have experienced problems with poor coverage using T-Mobile.



Both this and the T-Mobile are good deals although one signs you up for 12 months and therefore not quite as flexible. T-Mobile and Orange now share coverage which will help a number of people get much better coverage, I know a number of people that have been surprised at the increase of coverage recently.

As this is the Tesco deal why don't people just give feedback on this deal only? OP, have some heat.
#33
dyanisis1978
the internet on t-mobile is utter rubbish, a constant annoyance


What's your source for that statement? I live in a Fenland Town, and I get HSDPA speeds even indoors. In fact, right now I'm sat in my dining room working, and my Desire is registering 1910kbps download and 489 upload.
#34
Also, T-Mobile will use Orange 3G coverage in Q1 2011 I have been told.
banned#35
My mother-in-law works for tesco mobile so I can get this with a 25% discount :-)
#36
MrShed
Also, T-Mobile will use Orange 3G coverage in Q1 2011 I have been told.


i was also told this.

been with T-Mobile for 6 or 7 years now, mobile internet for the last 5, and its always been good.

Edited By: mugglesquop on Oct 14, 2010 15:34: **** OFF
#37
Although i got the tmobile deal on the weekend, this tesco deal is a good deal if 500mb is enough for them.

In regards to the the reception, obviously this is different for everyone depending on there location. But i have found the t-mobile reception alot better than my old giffgaff sim which uses the o2 network.

Edited By: 325i on Oct 14, 2010 15:36: typo
2 Likes #38
T-mobile and orange are now one company (Everything Everywhere) so you can register if your on t mobile to pick up reception from both networks,

http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/share/
#39
has anyone managed to get o2 to match this? would prefer to have an o2 number
#40
Since T-mobile linked up with Orange, i have yet to lose a signal , 2 of my mates have lost o2 and vodaphone signals, where as I had a signal !!

I can see T-mobile getting alot more customers now !!!

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