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Three - 3 Months free on 12 Month Sim-only / Handset contracts

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A new deal live at Three - all handset / Sim-only 12 month contracts (essential and advanced) with 2GB data or more. Also says it's on mobile broadband contracts but I haven't looked at those. Takes t… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
A new deal live at Three - all handset / Sim-only 12 month contracts (essential and advanced) with 2GB data or more. Also says it's on mobile broadband contracts but I haven't looked at those. Takes the form of a bill credit in the fourth month. Looks like it runs until December 20th.

Some examples of Sim-only
Advanced 600 mins, 4GB - £15/month down to £11.25/month (possible £30 Quidco)
Advanced 600 mins, 8GB - £18/month down to £13.5/month (possible £50 Quidco)
Essential 200 mins, 2GB - £10/month down to £7.5/month (possible £30 Quidco)
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1 Like #1
Looks good! Does anyone know if the three months three would apply when buying through other sites? e.g. mobilephonesdirect (which has some pretty good three cashback deals at the moment).
1 Like #2
Other places still selling the normal package which is cheaper per month

Essential ayce 4gb at three direct £17pm with 3 months free but places such as Asda phone shop three offer it at £10 pm without the 3 months free. They always up the monthly cost when they do this so you always end up paying more over the contract!! Cold from me
#3
Yes- not as good a deal on the essential plans, but for those who need the advanced (international roaming a tethering) this is a good deal.
#4
don't look to bad tbh some decent deals
#5
holding out for black Friday deals might offer something tasty
#6
my pal just send me message regarding refer a friend free £25 amazon voucher as hes on three
#7
On 3 Pay-as-you -go - is there anyway I can get this deal, keep my PayG no, without porting to another network and then back to 3?
#8
Done refer afriend last week on the £9 month unltd mins/tx and 4gb of data for the price of 1.went through referal link but it didn't track(was my wife who referred me) rang them and they said the referral finished, which i know hadn't.said i wanted to cancel. All she kept saying was well normally it would be £17 and isnt there anybody else in the family who would want it. Just told her to cancel it.
#9
Three deals are looking good at min especially with 3 month free and top cash back etc, just not sure how good the network is compared to EE what I'm on at min

Edited By: mmurdoch on Nov 14, 2016 21:54: ...
1 Like #10
mmurdoch
Three deals are looking good at min especially with 3 month free and top cash back etc, just not sure how good the network is compared to EE what I'm on at min


I don't have any problems with the network, I'm in East Yorkshire.
1 Like #11
gadger100
mmurdoch
Three deals are looking good at min especially with 3 month free and top cash back etc, just not sure how good the network is compared to EE what I'm on at min
I don't have any problems with the network, I'm in East Yorkshire.
Im Sheffield South Yorkshire and looking at there coverage map checker it does look patchy compared to others. But then again are these coverage checkers any good.
#12
Out of interest, Does Three text you when you are getting close to your tariff limits on minutes and data etc so you don't go over. EE do and they also stop you going over your allowance so no nasty surprises on the bill
1 Like #13
mmurdoch
Out of interest, Does Three text you when you are getting close to your tariff limits on minutes and data etc so you don't go over. EE do and they also stop you going over your allowance so no nasty surprises on the bill
Yes they send you a text saying you're getting close to your limit- they also have a handy app which shows you your text/call/data usage in real time.
#14
rohiniamathur
mmurdoch
Out of interest, Does Three text you when you are getting close to your tariff limits on minutes and data etc so you don't go over. EE do and they also stop you going over your allowance so no nasty surprises on the bill
Yes they send you a text saying you're getting close to your limit- they also have a handy app which shows you your text/call/data usage in real time.
Brill cheers for that
1 Like #15
The reason I prefer Three sim-only contracts to EE is they will not increase your monthly payments, unlike EE, which increase every year - RPI-linked tariffs.
#16
bukton
The reason I prefer Three sim-only contracts to EE is they will not increase your monthly payments, unlike EE, which increase every year - RPI-linked tariffs.
Been with EE for years but they never seem to offer anything decent for long term customers leaving, they are programmed to think EE is better than any other network that's why there more expensive. Really poor use abroad as well unlike Voda and Three which gives you the international use if and when required.
Ive called EE various times over last few week after getting my pac codes ive they have offered nothing of much of a deal apart from 1000 mins unlim text and 4gb for £8.99, which isn't to bad but you can get more data elsewhere for not mucg more and use in EU.
Going to give them until end of week and if nothing decent comes my way im off to Three or Voda
#17
hotisgood
On 3 Pay-as-you -go - is there anyway I can get this deal, keep my PayG no, without porting to another network and then back to 3?


yes you can. I used to work for them, just order the sim and then call them and tell u wanna transfer your pay n go number. make sure all your credit is used
#18
just to a note, people taking three's offer of free 3 months remember to give notice on month 11 and shop around as the deal is basically full price.
shame they just cant offer a decent low priced tariff whats on going

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