Three mifi - 5 GB for a month + £20 Accessories Voucher - £55.98 + Quidco & Discount @ Three Mobile - HotUKDeals
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Voucher code : ========> HS120511VC.

( For £ 20 Three accessories)

One month contract. Cancel on the day you receive it.


Total monthly cost:
£15.99

Plus an upfront cost of:
£39.99

If you use the voucher the cashback will not track

'Cashback will not be paid where a voucher is used. '
- bhara
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#1
is Mifi better than Wifi? :{
#2
not too sure how you worked this out, which cash back do you think your getting from quidco? and adding that code doesn't seem to drop the price.
#3
How does this work? It's £39.99 for the MiFi + £15.99 for the first month = £55.98. How do you get the £40 off?
#4
mgowans
How does this work? It's £39.99 for the MiFi + £15.99 for the first month = £55.98. How do you get the £40 off?


Total price is 55.98 - 24 quidco - 20 voucher (which the code adds to the order - not sure you can really use this in the price or what you can use it for) seems like a good deal none the less. voted hot
#5
I ordered one and has tracked. ta.
Excellent device.

You still pay 55.98 today, but get £ 24 cashback and £ 20 voucher to spend on three accessories.
#6
Understood.. but it's not really £11.98 now is it? ;) still even at £31.98 it's a good deal. For anyone unsure, I've been using a MiFi for the past year - 3 coverage has been great and the setup works a treat for me.
#7
If you use the voucher the cashback will not track

'Cashback will not be paid where a voucher is used. '

Edited By: bhara on May 11, 2011 14:46: .
#8
Don't all smartphones have wi-fi sharing built in or easily installed as an app nowadays?
#9
Uridium
Don't all smartphones have wi-fi sharing built in or easily installed as an app nowadays?

Maybe - but the battery life on the MiFi is pretty decent and saves running down a mobile battery. It's also particularly good for use in conjunction with the cheap PAYG 3GB 3 SIMs that are widely available for about £8 on amazon etc..
#10
COLD

I've got a 3 Mifi and I paid £39 and then £5 for 2gig per month
#11
Ok if you can't use the voucher AND the Quidco, then how much is the Quidco?, will probably be better than getting some overvalued accessories?

Edited By: kurv on May 11, 2011 18:02
#12
3 will refuse to pay the cashback regardless.
#13
I use a MiFi and get 5GB for £8 a month through 3. Bought mine a while ago for £50 odd and got about £24 thru quidco. You can connect upto 3 devices to the MiFi to gain internet access. I believe not all mobile contracts allow wifi thethering on all tariffs either so best to check.
#14
there we go, someone did get their quidco
#15
Uridium
Don't all smartphones have wi-fi sharing built in or easily installed as an app nowadays?


Yes but they don't have port forward, routing/firewall policies etc. this allows you to connect up to 5 devices to the internet - it also has a memory card slot for sharing files.

It's basically a portable 3G hotspot. I bought the PAYG on for £50, this is a bit expensive.
#16
If this was pay and go I would give heat, but trying to leave three is a nightmare - so not just as simple as ringing up and saying your cancelling, will wait for this version to come down in price before going for one
#17
Many thanks to the OP.

I bought this; didn't use the voucher, so TCB would track and pay.

I did struggle with cancelling 30day rolling contract on the day I turned it on, however after a few more calls I got it canceled.

However, I've found it to be extremely usefull, in places where I get poor O2 signal on the iPhone, I was getting a 0.02mb download speed, however using the mifi in the same location I'm getting 2.29mb download speed.

I'm considering keeping it and looking into cheaper tariffs, which will also help when I purchase an IPad.

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