THREE UK ,AYCE DATA(Unlimited) + 30GB Hotspot ,200 Min £23p/m + £50 Amazon Voucher Just £16.80p/m (existing customers) - HotUKDeals
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THREE UK ,AYCE DATA(Unlimited) + 30GB Hotspot ,200 Min £23p/m + £50 Amazon Voucher Just £16.80p/m (existing customers) £276.00

£276.00 @ Three
THREE UK The original price is £23 p/m If existing customers ,take out a new contract for their family or friends (new number) AYCE DATA + 200 Min Will be £21 p/m + £50 Amazon voucher = £16.8 p/m fo… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
THREE UK
The original price is £23 p/m
If existing customers ,take out a new contract for their family or friends (new number) AYCE DATA + 200 Min Will be £21 p/m + £50 Amazon voucher = £16.8 p/m for a year
ask in store
( you should live at the same address with your friend or family or your bank card has to be registered at the same address or take it under your name and change the ownership after 3 months )

200 min
2000 min 3 to 3
Ayce text
Ayce data
30GB hotspot
42 Feel at Home countries (Free Roaming with Data)
3 months Free Deezer for all customers
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Which network?
#2
Awesam
Which network?


sorry the pic took its time to load!
#3
What if I buy this plan as an existing customer and than cancel my old one month rolling contract?
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borosidf
What if I buy this plan as an existing customer and than cancel my old one month rolling contract?


If you want to keep your existing number you can ask customer services to cancel your contract and transfer your number to pay as you go ( it takes 30 days and then you can transfer your pay as you go number to the new contract ) or if you don't want your number just get the new one with this deal and cancel your old contact.
#5
So Three for existing customers will drop this to £21 from £23 and then add in a £50 Amazon voucher?

21 x 12 = 252 - 50 = 202 / 12 = £16.83

Hmm I wouldnt mind if it was 600 mins at that price. Are they still doing everything unl for £20 if you haggle enough?
#6
bigpappa
So Three for existing customers will drop this to £21 from £23 and then add in a £50 Amazon voucher?

21 x 12 = 252 - 50 = 202 / 12 = £16.83

Hmm I wouldnt mind if it was 600 mins at that price. Are they still doing everything unl for £20 if you haggle enough?


Existing customers if they sign up for a new contract with a new number or bring their family to Three.
#7
what about Quidco? could get it for £14.66 with £50 amazon and £50 quidco?
#8
bigpappa
So Three for existing customers will drop this to £21 from £23 and then add in a £50 Amazon voucher?

21 x 12 = 252 - 50 = 202 / 12 = £16.83

Hmm I wouldnt mind if it was 600 mins at that price. Are they still doing everything unl for £20 if you haggle enough?


I just asked for my PAC. Best they could offer is 30/unl/unl for £20/mo (I dont need ayce everything but normally the diff is about £3/mo so you can have unl everything for about £22/23, imo)
#9
Assuming hotspot 30GB/pm is enough, can this be used as home broadband?
(most network coverage is good in greater london)

Is this 4G?

Edited By: foxabcd1234 on Aug 12, 2016 13:02
#10
I top up 20 quid each month and convert to all in one 20.

Can I just buy this plan and transfer my number to the new sim?

Thnaks
1 Like #11
foxabcd1234
Assuming hotspot 30GB/pm is enough, can this be used as home broadband?
(most network coverage is good in greater london)

Is this 4G?


I used to tether 15-25GB / mo so yes as long as you put in a phone not in a modem
#12
londonstinks
I top up 20 quid each month and convert to all in one 20.

Can I just buy this plan and transfer my number to the new sim?

Thnaks


Yes you can transfer your number after you received your contract simcard through custpmer servicds and it takes 24hr but you not eligible for £21 . Your price would be £23 but still can get £50 amazon voucher or try to order it through Quidco to get a cashback.
#13
foxabcd1234
Assuming hotspot 30GB/pm is enough, can this be used as home broadband?
(most network coverage is good in greater london)

Is this 4G?


Check your coverage on Three website and it is 4G.
1 Like #14
foxabcd1234
Assuming hotspot 30GB/pm is enough, can this be used as home broadband?
(most network coverage is good in greater london)
Is this 4G?

Personally I wouldn't or couldn't, the network is seemingly over subscribed now and in central London a struggle to get 4g too. (me and friends I know have the same issue).

North London, borders, same issue too.

Using H+ /3g is painfully slow almost always and regularly drops out with no data (again, friends have the same issue).

I could not put up with this as home broadband at all.

I'm sure lots have the completely opposite experience but just pointing out that London does not guarantee good data!

Ps 3 website says work and home locations are excellent 4g coverage outdoors and should be good indoors in general so the maps are to be taken with a dose of scepticism

Edited By: a666andy on Aug 12, 2016 17:11
#15
a666andy
foxabcd1234
Assuming hotspot 30GB/pm is enough, can this be used as home broadband?
(most network coverage is good in greater london)
Is this 4G?

Personally I wouldn't or couldn't, the network is seemingly over subscribed now and in central London a struggle to get 4g too. (me and friends I know have the same issue).

North London, borders, same issue too.

Using H+ /3g is painfully slow almost always and regularly drops out with no data (again, friends have the same issue).

I could not put up with this as home broadband at all.

I'm sure lots have the completely opposite experience but just pointing out that London does not guarantee good data!

Ps 3 website says work and home locations are excellent 4g coverage outdoors and should be good indoors in general so the maps are to be taken with a dose of scepticism


Agreed, horrible speeds near heathrow.
#16
Does anyone know if you can combine Quidco with the Three £50 amazon offer? I didn't take up the EE 16GB /£20 deal as they stated it was one or the other. I am currently with T-mob so don't want to get into a new contract that is more than I am paying per month right now.
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Signed up to Three this morning, AYCE Data (30gb tethering), unlimited texts and 200mins for £23 a month, £50 amazon voucher and currently £100 quidco cashback for next 5 days. The cashback is available on other plans above 4gb data. Seemed a great deal for my needs.
#18
What about use direct debit £5 off per month?
#19
sslesar
What about use direct debit £5 off per month?
It's already included in price
#20
whats the best sim for tethering?
#21
johnzoro
whats the best sim for tethering?
30gb of tethering with this
#22
I get unlimited data for £13, 200 minutes unlimited texts and unlimited data for £13
#23
anyone received their Amazon voucher yet ?
#24
alictait
anyone received their Amazon voucher yet ?


They start processing the vouchers now and it might take up to 90 days.
#25
alictait
anyone received their Amazon voucher yet ?


Make sure you filled the claim form online
1 Like #26
dbecks07
alictait
anyone received their Amazon voucher yet ?


Make sure you filled the claim form online


i did thanks, have you received yours yet ?
#27
You're welcome ,no
#28
Pay As You Go customers are not eligible to be considered as "existing customers" for this deal.
#29
Just received my Amazon voucher, hopefully won't be long for cashback.
#30
_zxra_
I get unlimited data for £13, 200 minutes unlimited texts and unlimited data for £13


I had that also ( 12.90 to be precise ) but I was put on the 20 package cos they told me my plan no longer existed.
#31
Expired.

Rang up about it and told it's been expired for months. Best they offered was a similar deal, (AYCE, unl. TXTs, might have been 2000 minutes) for £22 with no voucher.

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