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iPhone 7 32GB @ Three 30GB DATA £44 P/M + £49 UPF (£1,105.00 total)

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iPhone 7 32GB STORAGE (Unlocked) 30GB DATA + AYCE MIN £49 upfront + £44 P/M on essential plan 2 years warranty No feel at home No personal hotspot 3 months Free Deezer (music servic…
iPhone 7 32GB STORAGE (Unlocked) 30GB DATA + AYCE MIN £49 upfront + £44 P/M on essential plan 2 years warranty No feel at home No personal hotspot 3 months Free Deezer (music servic…
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SIM Only Deal - Three (12 Months) £20 per Month - 30GB, 600 Minutes, Unlimited Texts £240.00

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Includes Personal Hotspot, Feel At Home (42 countries) and free 3 months of Deezer Premium+ account (new accounts I believe). Quidco currently stands at £50.25 so price could potentially fall to £1…
Includes Personal Hotspot, Feel At Home (42 countries) and free 3 months of Deezer Premium+ account (new accounts I believe). Quidco currently stands at £50.25 so price could potentially fall to £1…
neoboy Avatar3d, 51m agoFound 3 days, 51 minutes ago26 Comments
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zyany
I currently pay £21 on unlimited everything with 12gb of tethering which I was moved to when they scrapped the One Plan. My contract expired at the start of February and I have been trying to get the tethering increased to the 30gb that now appears to be standard. I was willing to take a reduced minutes and texts allowance as I'm not a heavy user in return for no price increase but Three won't budge on the prices on their website.

I tried to change my contract using the simplans6 link as this would give me what I currently have with a reduced bill and the extra tethering I am looking for but have just had a text through from them saying "there has been an issue with the change of tariff request. Please call 333 to discuss options".

They close at 8pm so I will call them tomorrow to see if I have any luck. Anyone have any advice if they've had a similar experience? Thanks.


Oh sorry didnt see that post :(
zyany
zyany
I currently pay £21 on unlimited everything with 12gb of tethering which I was moved to when they scrapped the One Plan. My contract expired at the start of February and I have been trying to get the tethering increased to the 30gb that now appears to be standard. I was willing to take a reduced minutes and texts allowance as I'm not a heavy user in return for no price increase but Three won't budge on the prices on their website.
I tried to change my contract using the simplans6 link as this would give me what I currently have with a reduced bill and the extra tethering I am looking for but have just had a text through from them saying "there has been an issue with the change of tariff request. Please call 333 to discuss options".
They close at 8pm so I will call them tomorrow to see if I have any luck. Anyone have any advice if they've had a similar experience? Thanks.

After spending an hour on the phone to them they essentially denied that the £19 deal exists despite me dictating the link to them. So no luck in getting it from me. Best I was offered was £23 for that.

Anyone had any luck?


Have u tried doing it via the link sm1 above said they did
zyany
I currently pay £21 on unlimited everything with 12gb of tethering which I was moved to when they scrapped the One Plan. My contract expired at the start of February and I have been trying to get the tethering increased to the 30gb that now appears to be standard. I was willing to take a reduced minutes and texts allowance as I'm not a heavy user in return for no price increase but Three won't budge on the prices on their website.
I tried to change my contract using the simplans6 link as this would give me what I currently have with a reduced bill and the extra tethering I am looking for but have just had a text through from them saying "there has been an issue with the change of tariff request. Please call 333 to discuss options".
They close at 8pm so I will call them tomorrow to see if I have any luck. Anyone have any advice if they've had a similar experience? Thanks.

After spending an hour on the phone to them they essentially denied that the £19 deal exists despite me dictating the link to them. So no luck in getting it from me. Best I was offered was £23 for that.

Anyone had any luck?
I currently pay £21 on unlimited everything with 12gb of tethering which I was moved to when they scrapped the One Plan. My contract expired at the start of February and I have been trying to get the tethering increased to the 30gb that now appears to be standard. I was willing to take a reduced minutes and texts allowance as I'm not a heavy user in return for no price increase but Three won't budge on the prices on their website.

I tried to change my contract using the simplans6 link as this would give me what I currently have with a reduced bill and the extra tethering I am looking for but have just had a text through from them saying "there has been an issue with the change of tariff request. Please call 333 to discuss options".

They close at 8pm so I will call them tomorrow to see if I have any luck. Anyone have any advice if they've had a similar experience? Thanks.

Edited By: zyany on Feb 23, 2017 20:08
happyfeet0
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happyfeet0
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happyfeet0
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I pay that for unlimited everything.
I pay £19 http://www.three.co.uk/simplans6
May not work for all but received a letter for £19 everything unlimited sim only . Worth a try i had to do over phone as i wanted to keep my old number and the 3 customer service said doing with the above link http://www.three.co.uk/simplans6 they cant guarantee of i can keep old number . Hope this helps someone
I've just tried to change to that contract with both of my numbers, fingers crossed it goes through.
Thanks
Same here fingers crossed it works
Let me know how u get on
Will do thanks. Is this a 6mth half price off ?
No its 19£ for 12 months by direct debit

Ok it's just that I seen this at the bottom

*Price includes a £5 monthly discount for paying by a recurring method, such as direct debit. 6 months half-price offer available to new customers or for additional contracts on 12 month SIM-only plans. Half-price monthly package price applies to first 6 bills, then full price.


You should be fine paying with direct debit as it cheaper also
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Three retention deal - All you can eat data / 200 mins / all you can eat texts / Feel at home / Rolling 1 month £15.00

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So I finally received the letter from three informing me my one plan is ending where they offered me these deals (which aren't bad). I said all I need is the unlimited data and they offered me unl…
So I finally received the letter from three informing me my one plan is ending where they offered me these deals (which aren't bad). I said all I need is the unlimited data and they offered me unl…
rg2005 Avatar5d, 9h agoFound 5 days, 9 hours ago20 Comments
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Does any one know the link on the letter to get the offers? I binned mine, and three hung up the last time I was trying to get a new deal. I don't really want to move from three but price hikes are leaving me no option.
I managed to get ayce data, ayce calls & texts. 8GB hotspot for £17.
Seriously look at what's out there. I was going to stay with them based on loyalty alone but I've got a better deal and it's surpassed my expectations. Loyalty counts for little. See what you can get elsewhere.
having the same problems with 3, got 2 contracts 1 due and 1 next month. when I speak to them they offer me nothing and are rude. looks like I'll be taking my business elsewhere next month
Gazzie
I got the "letter" on Saturday about my all you can eat data contract for £15 expiring. They could only offer more expensive contracts and wouldn't knock a quid off the 8GB data for £15. So I'm planning to go to Virgin with my PAC code. Do three retentions usually phone up when a PAC code has been issued???

I didn't get a call. They offered repeatedly the offers on their website. They sold it this way and that way but at the end of the day, they were not 'offers' they were just deals spun around another way. Very disappointing - I mentioned there were so many deals and they wouldn't budge. Their offers I feel are slight old now and cleverly constructed. That said, I'm blown over with Vodafone who I wouldn't touch for years has better data coverage and speed where I live so it was a good move.
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3 mobile instore retention offer 12GB Data / 200mins 12months @ £12 per month (144.00)

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12 month rolling contract. 200 any network minutes, 12gb feel at home data, unlimited texts, unlimited 3to3 minutes. Instore retention deal. Was supposed to be £19. I was going in to cance…
12 month rolling contract. 200 any network minutes, 12gb feel at home data, unlimited texts, unlimited 3to3 minutes. Instore retention deal. Was supposed to be £19. I was going in to cance…
declanmorrow Avatar5d, 15h agoFound 5 days, 15 hours ago4 Comments
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sabre81
Hey, could you explain how the store upgraded you to this contract? Over the phone I was told I'm unable to upgrade directly to this contract as this is only available as a second contract.


I had lost my original 1 Month simcard as I lost my phone. I said I wanted a new simcard and they offered me this deal and said i can cancel my old one. So in essence I had 2 contracts for an hour
Hey, could you explain how the store upgraded you to this contract? Over the phone I was told I'm unable to upgrade directly to this contract as this is only available as a second contract.
loveextasy
waht do you mean by 12 month rolling?


​You're only tied into the contract for 12 months
waht do you mean by 12 month rolling?
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Three Embedded WiFi calling -without Three inTouch App -iOS and Android

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Three now offer Embedded wifi calling on iOS and android. Means calls and texts over wifi- ideal for no mobile signal. No longer need buggy 3 inTouch app to run in background. Click link to se…
Three now offer Embedded wifi calling on iOS and android. Means calls and texts over wifi- ideal for no mobile signal. No longer need buggy 3 inTouch app to run in background. Click link to se…
CashMc Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago28 Comments
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WhatsApp all the way
jayman1986
M0nk3h
r1biker
M0nk3h

As I say, feel free to give us some proof that handsets not bought via EE are compatible with their Wi-Fi Calling service without EE branded firmware even though it clearly states this.
It works on all these phones bought sim free from anywhere:
WiFi Calling is available on all versions of the iPhone 5c and later models of the iPhone, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, A3 (2017), A5 (2017), Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Lumia 550, 650, 950, 950XL, HTC 10, Blackberry Priv, Blackberry Dtek 50, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
It works on my Nexus 6P bought from google Play store.
If your Android phone is not listed, you need to have bought it from EE.
The Samsung S6 Edge is not listed in the first paragraph of supported sim free phones so of course it needs the EE version of firmware. The S7 can be bought SIM free from elsewhere.
The Nexus I would assume being different due to pure Android so I can understand that. But indeed I do hold my hands up saying this could be possible (not giving all the satisfaction to you :p)
As per EE's forum:"The latest software release currently being rolled out from Samsung for the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge, will enable WiFi Calling on devices not purchased directly from EE."
My point still stands though that sure, as you say it may not be the case but I'm still betting, even with a compatible phone listed, you may still need EE Firmware in some cases on some handsets.
​sorry to be rude but you are a bit of a fool trying to be smart and telling others to show you proof-you posted the evidence you are looking for yourself above...READ the WORDING ACCURATELY.
The list of compatible phones will work from wherever you source them as long as it has Wifi calling available (o2 firmware even with unlocked phone as an example will not have wifi calling built in as o2 currently do not support it).
YOUR WORDING ABOVE(see bold): It's only available on the EE version of all other compatible Android and Windows devices which can only be bought directly from us in one of our stores, online or through our telesales team. At present, other Android and Windows devices bought from other retailers will not be able to support WiFi Calling."

I bring you to this page:

https://web.archive.org/web/20160203094734/http://ee.co.uk/help/phones-and-device/wifi-calling

As suggested, it lists the S6 and S6 edge as a compatible phone yet I needed the EE Firmware or CSC to use it - I bought mine through another supplier and had EE Pay Monthly. I held my hands up as this obviously seems to have changed. It led me to believe that it was applicable to all Android handsets.
jayman1986
nublets2k
M0nk3h
r1biker
M0nk3h

As I say, feel free to give us some proof that handsets not bought via EE are compatible with their Wi-Fi Calling service without EE branded firmware even though it clearly states this.
It works on all these phones bought sim free from anywhere:
WiFi Calling is available on all versions of the iPhone 5c and later models of the iPhone, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, A3 (2017), A5 (2017), Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Lumia 550, 650, 950, 950XL, HTC 10, Blackberry Priv, Blackberry Dtek 50, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
It works on my Nexus 6P bought from google Play store.
If your Android phone is not listed, you need to have bought it from EE.
The Samsung S6 Edge is not listed in the first paragraph of supported sim free phones so of course it needs the EE version of firmware. The S7 can be bought SIM free from elsewhere.
The Nexus I would assume being different due to pure Android so I can understand that. But indeed I do hold my hands up saying this could be possible (not giving all the satisfaction to you :p)
As per EE's forum:"The latest software release currently being rolled out from Samsung for the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge, will enable WiFi Calling on devices not purchased directly from EE."
My point still stands though that sure, as you say it may not be the case but I'm still betting, even with a compatible phone listed, you may still need EE Firmware in some cases on some handsets.
Donald Trump is that you?
jayman1986
M0nk3h
r1biker
M0nk3h

As I say, feel free to give us some proof that handsets not bought via EE are compatible with their Wi-Fi Calling service without EE branded firmware even though it clearly states this.
It works on all these phones bought sim free from anywhere:
WiFi Calling is available on all versions of the iPhone 5c and later models of the iPhone, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, A3 (2017), A5 (2017), Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Lumia 550, 650, 950, 950XL, HTC 10, Blackberry Priv, Blackberry Dtek 50, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
It works on my Nexus 6P bought from google Play store.
If your Android phone is not listed, you need to have bought it from EE.
The Samsung S6 Edge is not listed in the first paragraph of supported sim free phones so of course it needs the EE version of firmware. The S7 can be bought SIM free from elsewhere.
The Nexus I would assume being different due to pure Android so I can understand that. But indeed I do hold my hands up saying this could be possible (not giving all the satisfaction to you :p)
As per EE's forum:"The latest software release currently being rolled out from Samsung for the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge, will enable WiFi Calling on devices not purchased directly from EE."
My point still stands though that sure, as you say it may not be the case but I'm still betting, even with a compatible phone listed, you may still need EE Firmware in some cases on some handsets.
​sorry to be rude but you are a bit of a fool trying to be smart and telling others to show you proof-you posted the evidence you are looking for yourself above...READ the WORDING ACCURATELY.
The list of compatible phones will work from wherever you source them as long as it has Wifi calling available (o2 firmware even with unlocked phone as an example will not have wifi calling built in as o2 currently do not support it).
YOUR WORDING ABOVE(see bold): It's only available on the EE version of all other compatible Android and Windows devices which can only be bought directly from us in one of our stores, online or through our telesales team. At present, other Android and Windows devices bought from other retailers will not be able to support WiFi Calling."
O2 haven't quite got round to releasing Nougat for the S7.
It should work with EE wifi calling on EE as they're not meant to globally disable functionality in the build, only through the Apn and carrier settings.
​my point is though you can't get WiFi calling to work on EE using an O2 firmware phone. Because their firmware does not include WiFi calling using the android system, rather theirs is using TU go which is something completely different

Nope it's built into Nougat, there's nothing EE add.
jayman1986
nublets2k
M0nk3h
r1biker
M0nk3h

As I say, feel free to give us some proof that handsets not bought via EE are compatible with their Wi-Fi Calling service without EE branded firmware even though it clearly states this.
It works on all these phones bought sim free from anywhere:
WiFi Calling is available on all versions of the iPhone 5c and later models of the iPhone, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, A3 (2017), A5 (2017), Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Lumia 550, 650, 950, 950XL, HTC 10, Blackberry Priv, Blackberry Dtek 50, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
It works on my Nexus 6P bought from google Play store.
If your Android phone is not listed, you need to have bought it from EE.
The Samsung S6 Edge is not listed in the first paragraph of supported sim free phones so of course it needs the EE version of firmware. The S7 can be bought SIM free from elsewhere.
The Nexus I would assume being different due to pure Android so I can understand that. But indeed I do hold my hands up saying this could be possible (not giving all the satisfaction to you :p)
As per EE's forum:"The latest software release currently being rolled out from Samsung for the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge, will enable WiFi Calling on devices not purchased directly from EE."
My point still stands though that sure, as you say it may not be the case but I'm still betting, even with a compatible phone listed, you may still need EE Firmware in some cases on some handsets.

Donald Trump is that you?

jayman1986
M0nk3h
r1biker
M0nk3h

As I say, feel free to give us some proof that handsets not bought via EE are compatible with their Wi-Fi Calling service without EE branded firmware even though it clearly states this.
It works on all these phones bought sim free from anywhere:
WiFi Calling is available on all versions of the iPhone 5c and later models of the iPhone, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, A3 (2017), A5 (2017), Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Lumia 550, 650, 950, 950XL, HTC 10, Blackberry Priv, Blackberry Dtek 50, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
It works on my Nexus 6P bought from google Play store.
If your Android phone is not listed, you need to have bought it from EE.
The Samsung S6 Edge is not listed in the first paragraph of supported sim free phones so of course it needs the EE version of firmware. The S7 can be bought SIM free from elsewhere.
The Nexus I would assume being different due to pure Android so I can understand that. But indeed I do hold my hands up saying this could be possible (not giving all the satisfaction to you :p)
As per EE's forum:"The latest software release currently being rolled out from Samsung for the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge, will enable WiFi Calling on devices not purchased directly from EE."
My point still stands though that sure, as you say it may not be the case but I'm still betting, even with a compatible phone listed, you may still need EE Firmware in some cases on some handsets.
​sorry to be rude but you are a bit of a fool trying to be smart and telling others to show you proof-you posted the evidence you are looking for yourself above...READ the WORDING ACCURATELY.
The list of compatible phones will work from wherever you source them as long as it has Wifi calling available (o2 firmware even with unlocked phone as an example will not have wifi calling built in as o2 currently do not support it).
YOUR WORDING ABOVE(see bold): It's only available on the EE version of all other compatible Android and Windows devices which can only be bought directly from us in one of our stores, online or through our telesales team. At present, other Android and Windows devices bought from other retailers will not be able to support WiFi Calling."

O2 haven't quite got round to releasing Nougat for the S7.
It should work with EE wifi calling on EE as they're not meant to globally disable functionality in the build, only through the Apn and carrier settings.


​my point is though you can't get WiFi calling to work on EE using an O2 firmware phone. Because their firmware does not include WiFi calling using the android system, rather theirs is using TU go which is something completely different


If it's on the latest firmware with embedded wifi calling then it will work - the Huawei Mate 9 with Three firmware works with EE for WiFi calling for example. A lot of manufacturers are just rolling it out as a firmware inclusion across the board now that more than one network is providing it - originally only EE did, which is why only iPhones worked (they included the software anyway, and there's no differentiation of firmwares between the different networks, so there was nothing to 'add'. Effectively EE were getting Samsung to integrate a beta feature, which Samsung eventually rolled out to all handsets.
nublets2k
M0nk3h
r1biker
M0nk3h

As I say, feel free to give us some proof that handsets not bought via EE are compatible with their Wi-Fi Calling service without EE branded firmware even though it clearly states this.
It works on all these phones bought sim free from anywhere:
WiFi Calling is available on all versions of the iPhone 5c and later models of the iPhone, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, A3 (2017), A5 (2017), Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Lumia 550, 650, 950, 950XL, HTC 10, Blackberry Priv, Blackberry Dtek 50, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
It works on my Nexus 6P bought from google Play store.
If your Android phone is not listed, you need to have bought it from EE.
The Samsung S6 Edge is not listed in the first paragraph of supported sim free phones so of course it needs the EE version of firmware. The S7 can be bought SIM free from elsewhere.
The Nexus I would assume being different due to pure Android so I can understand that. But indeed I do hold my hands up saying this could be possible (not giving all the satisfaction to you :p)
As per EE's forum:"The latest software release currently being rolled out from Samsung for the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge, will enable WiFi Calling on devices not purchased directly from EE."
My point still stands though that sure, as you say it may not be the case but I'm still betting, even with a compatible phone listed, you may still need EE Firmware in some cases on some handsets.

Donald Trump is that you?

jayman1986
M0nk3h
r1biker
M0nk3h

As I say, feel free to give us some proof that handsets not bought via EE are compatible with their Wi-Fi Calling service without EE branded firmware even though it clearly states this.
It works on all these phones bought sim free from anywhere:
WiFi Calling is available on all versions of the iPhone 5c and later models of the iPhone, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, A3 (2017), A5 (2017), Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Lumia 550, 650, 950, 950XL, HTC 10, Blackberry Priv, Blackberry Dtek 50, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
It works on my Nexus 6P bought from google Play store.
If your Android phone is not listed, you need to have bought it from EE.
The Samsung S6 Edge is not listed in the first paragraph of supported sim free phones so of course it needs the EE version of firmware. The S7 can be bought SIM free from elsewhere.
The Nexus I would assume being different due to pure Android so I can understand that. But indeed I do hold my hands up saying this could be possible (not giving all the satisfaction to you :p)
As per EE's forum:"The latest software release currently being rolled out from Samsung for the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge, will enable WiFi Calling on devices not purchased directly from EE."
My point still stands though that sure, as you say it may not be the case but I'm still betting, even with a compatible phone listed, you may still need EE Firmware in some cases on some handsets.
​sorry to be rude but you are a bit of a fool trying to be smart and telling others to show you proof-you posted the evidence you are looking for yourself above...READ the WORDING ACCURATELY.
The list of compatible phones will work from wherever you source them as long as it has Wifi calling available (o2 firmware even with unlocked phone as an example will not have wifi calling built in as o2 currently do not support it).
YOUR WORDING ABOVE(see bold): It's only available on the EE version of all other compatible Android and Windows devices which can only be bought directly from us in one of our stores, online or through our telesales team. At present, other Android and Windows devices bought from other retailers will not be able to support WiFi Calling."

O2 haven't quite got round to releasing Nougat for the S7.
It should work with EE wifi calling on EE as they're not meant to globally disable functionality in the build, only through the Apn and carrier settings.


​my point is though you can't get WiFi calling to work on EE using an O2 firmware phone. Because their firmware does not include WiFi calling using the android system, rather theirs is using TU go which is something completely different
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Three Data reward Sim, 200Mb free data every month, no topup required

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Been posted before but quite a few months back now so as I just ordered another for myself I thought I'd post as may be useful for those who'v enot seen this offer before. Just fill the form in and…
Been posted before but quite a few months back now so as I just ordered another for myself I thought I'd post as may be useful for those who'v enot seen this offer before. Just fill the form in and…
Uridium Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago152 Comments
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spamlover
Toonah
I tried this, it confirmed on the web page that I'd done it, not had a confirmation email... can't remember if I'm meant to. Waiting for mine now... pleasepleasepleaseplease... :)
Thanks, it was exactly the same for me. Here's hoping...
Mine just arrived today
Mine came today.
This service is currently unavailable.
I am guessing they have run out of sims ?

got a second one working ta :)
forcedv
How long does delivery take from request date?

Mine took about 2 days, I'd say 3-4... not incl Sunday I'd assume. If that fails, re-try ;)
How long does delivery take from request date?
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Three Essential Plan down to £5.00 a month

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Three have reduced some their sim only plans by £2 a month, the pick for me is the Essential Plan which was £7, now £5 a month on a 12 month contract. 500MB Data. 200 Minutes. All-You-Can-Eat Texts…
Three have reduced some their sim only plans by £2 a month, the pick for me is the Essential Plan which was £7, now £5 a month on a 12 month contract. 500MB Data. 200 Minutes. All-You-Can-Eat Texts…
foxymeister Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago139 Comments
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nougat
errrr2
ding
500mb of data wouldnt last 10 minutes
Utter rubbish. ​I use less than 300mb a month out of my 1gig allowance. But then I don't watch porn on buses...
Does bus porn use more data?
Of course it does - buses are huge! When did you last manage to get a video of them "at it"? (_;) You need a high quality camera so the resulting video's are bigger meaning you use more data. I think that's it, right?
errrr2
ding
500mb of data wouldnt last 10 minutes
Utter rubbish. ​I use less than 300mb a month out of my 1gig allowance. But then I don't watch porn on buses...
Does bus porn use more data?
dannyblackbeard
GAVINLEWISHUKD
dannyblackbeard
GAVINLEWISHUKD
ding
500mb of data wouldnt last 10 minutes
Data usage is not defined by time but by consumption. Equally 4Gb would not last 10 mins (if I max out my 4g connection).
If you only want to check your emails, read a few web pages and use Google maps once in a while then 500mb will be plenty.
If you stream any kind of service on a regular basis then it is pretty obvious you will need more.
I really don't understand all the grief about this comment. I get through 2gb easily just general browsing. IE reading the Guardian or googling. It really doesn't take long to get through 2gb at all. Especially commuter's.
In less than 40min? :|
Is this a serious question?

The whole point started with 'ding' stating 500mb won't last 10 mins. So 2gb would only last 40min. So no it wasn't a serious question, it was just emphasising what he said was not a valid comment for most users.
GAVINLEWISHUKD
dannyblackbeard
GAVINLEWISHUKD
ding
500mb of data wouldnt last 10 minutes
Data usage is not defined by time but by consumption. Equally 4Gb would not last 10 mins (if I max out my 4g connection).
If you only want to check your emails, read a few web pages and use Google maps once in a while then 500mb will be plenty.
If you stream any kind of service on a regular basis then it is pretty obvious you will need more.
I really don't understand all the grief about this comment. I get through 2gb easily just general browsing. IE reading the Guardian or googling. It really doesn't take long to get through 2gb at all. Especially commuter's.
In less than 40min? :|
Is this a serious question?
greenair
Hope to see Jan's offer soon, 600mins+8gb+feel at home for 8 quid per month.
Explain please.
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30GB Data + 600 mins - SIM Only £20 for 12 months £240.00 @ Three

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Got this in store, can't find more data for less money.
Got this in store, can't find more data for less money.
ElmLodge Avatar2w, 12h agoFound 2 weeks, 12 hours ago17 Comments
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Picard123
inderjitsingh
internet speeds have really gone down in the last year with 3...

SomebodE
nighatshan
I'm on a virgin sim. Good deal. But their internet is rubbish away from wifi hotspots. Luckily I don't need to use it outside much.
I'm in NW London and did a speed test with Virgin and Three - both using iPhones.
Virgin sim in an iPhone 6 was 2-4 times the speed of Three in an iPhone 6S when testing with the Ookla speed test app

I'm on 3 as well - been with them for years.

4G speeds travelling across London are really slow. If I'm not going from side of town to the other by Tube, I'm doing it by overland train. Trying to stream iPlayer on 3 is a joke. Speeds are terribly slow, signal cuts out near Hampstead etc.

Either the service has gone downhill or there are simply too many subscribers on the network nowadays overloading it's capacity and killing download speeds.

I go to a bar in Fulham and I get no signal. Same thing within certain parts of the sports club I go to. Oddly the service fine when I'm indoors at home. Very inconsistent signal availability and 4G download speeds.

If I could find a cheaper/better deal, I would seriously consider switching.

I don't recommend 3 - they're cheap for a reason - the service is seriously patchy.


​I concur, there are few spots in London where reception is great. But overall very patchy, inconsistent and slow 4G signal. Lot of dead spots when using overground or train. And don't forget 0 customer loyalty incentive.
Totally agree with the issues on speed with Three. I travel through the city (financial district) part of london, I have 4g but the speed is zilch. It does nothing. On the train out of London it is intermittent and poor. This is normal and has been for the past year. Usually around peak periods with commmuters around in the city so I imagine there is a massive strain on the network cell. Still, it's not helpful when for example you just want to search Google, read a text based website etc. My contract is up with Three and I'm looking for an alternative. Fact is though my coverage is OK most of the time but speed isn't what it once was. I think they've been really successful with establishing new customers but the network is now suffering. With the likes of Vodafone offering good deals, people are moving over. I spoke to three retentions about the Vodafone Red Spotify deal and they couldn't match it. I had considered Vodafone but when I visit family I only get G or E data whereas Three I get 4g 25mbps! Crazy.
inderjitsingh
internet speeds have really gone down in the last year with 3...

SomebodE
nighatshan
I'm on a virgin sim. Good deal. But their internet is rubbish away from wifi hotspots. Luckily I don't need to use it outside much.
I'm in NW London and did a speed test with Virgin and Three - both using iPhones.
Virgin sim in an iPhone 6 was 2-4 times the speed of Three in an iPhone 6S when testing with the Ookla speed test app

I'm on 3 as well - been with them for years.

4G speeds travelling across London are really slow. If I'm not going from side of town to the other by Tube, I'm doing it by overland train. Trying to stream iPlayer on 3 is a joke. Speeds are terribly slow, signal cuts out near Hampstead etc.

Either the service has gone downhill or there are simply too many subscribers on the network nowadays overloading it's capacity and killing download speeds.

I go to a bar in Fulham and I get no signal. Same thing within certain parts of the sports club I go to. Oddly the service fine when I'm indoors at home. Very inconsistent signal availability and 4G download speeds.

If I could find a cheaper/better deal, I would seriously consider switching.

I don't recommend 3 - they're cheap for a reason - the service is seriously patchy.

Edited By: Picard123 on Feb 10, 2017 20:50: .
frenchian
teerex
frenchian
Try the Virgin deal on here 3 days ago for £15 or the EE one 6 days ago for £15, both for 20gb.
EE regularly have deals better than this for data, example being the 32gb I have for £14.50.
Oh, and it's Three......
Wasn't the EE deal just for existing customers? The only one for new customers was £20 and speed was limited to 20mbps. Not worth it really
Nope, anyone could get it. Speed is their best (4x I think it's called) I'm getting over 50mbps in a rural area (I use it as home broadband as landline is as low as 500kbps!)

Not everyone I think you'll find it was for existing customers or as a second new line for existing customers. I called but they wouldn't offer me anything close.

It was a retention offer to counter the Virgin Mobile deal I think

Edited By: teerex on Feb 10, 2017 20:02
nighatshan
I'm on a virgin sim. Good deal. But their internet is rubbish away from wifi hotspots. Luckily I don't need to use it outside much.


I'm in NW London and did a speed test with Virgin and Three - both using iPhones.

Virgin sim in an iPhone 6 was 2-4 times the speed of Three in an iPhone 6S when testing with the Ookla speed test app
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iPhone 7 128GB - £45pm + £99 one off cost [TCO: £1,179.00] @ Three

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Just ordered this from the 3 site, I was going to order a 32GB iPhone and noticed that the 128GB phone is the same price - Three are also doing double data at the moment so 8GB per month for the price…
Just ordered this from the 3 site, I was going to order a 32GB iPhone and noticed that the 128GB phone is the same price - Three are also doing double data at the moment so 8GB per month for the price…
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iPhone 7 plus 128 gb £47 from ee with 24gb data unlimited texts unlimited mins through there sales

Edited By: skyarsenal on Feb 08, 2017 23:10: edit
Zontes
FFS. The world has gone mad.
It went mad years ago...Just no one took any notice back then
FFS. The world has gone mad.
I rang up and got a 256gb iPhone 7 plus with 30gb of top EE package and a free upgrade with 12 months Apple Music and 10 up front for 18 months at 58 quid a month
Can get 10GB on EE for £30 up front and £40.99 p/m with 6 months of free Apple Music + BT Sport free for 3 months + Speeds up to 60Mbps + Tethering + Use mins/txts and 500MB data in EU + WiFi on London Underground

If interested https://www.mobilephonechecker.co.uk/external-links/Apple_iPhone_7_128GB/EE/Affordable_Mobiles/8866603
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3 SIM only deal - all you can eat texts/minutes, 4Gb data on their essential plan £11pm £132.00

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The essential plan does not give Feel at Home or Personal Hot spot, however all you can eat minutes/texts and 4Gb data for £11 seems good to me.
The essential plan does not give Feel at Home or Personal Hot spot, however all you can eat minutes/texts and 4Gb data for £11 seems good to me.
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if you go via topcashback it's cheaper don't worry the link says January sales it's still ongoing

Edited By: cwj3820 on Feb 08, 2017 11:27: Add
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cwj3820
This deal available with smart phone company after cash back £8 month

CWJ - can you post the link please as it will help others find the deal


​sorry http://www.smartphonecompany.co.uk/january-sale-mobile-phone-deals?gclid=CjwKEAiAoOvEBRDD25uyu9Lg9ycSJAD0cnByZTcDT6HXeH-hzaLWvPWMk_vgMF6UJI4dDTCxM9-MfBoCj6nw_wcB
cwj3820
This deal available with smart phone company after cash back £8 month

CWJ - can you post the link please as it will help others find the deal
This deal available with smart phone company after cash back £8 month
boostii
We do you need 3 SIM only deals, most people only got one phone.

*Why*
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Three SIMO 12m contract, 12GB data, 200 mins, AYCE texts for £12.00pm via Wuntu app (Three customers only)

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First post so be nice etc. Not seen it posted either, so here goes! I'm already with 3 and due for an upgrade on my current SIMO contract (exact same one but paid 1/2 price for 3 months then £17pm…
First post so be nice etc. Not seen it posted either, so here goes! I'm already with 3 and due for an upgrade on my current SIMO contract (exact same one but paid 1/2 price for 3 months then £17pm…
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Hi Patricia, not sure the two deals are really comparable as it's dependent on what YOU want :-)

If 200 mins will be a struggle, then I'd lean towards EE. However, don't forget you can always call people via WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger now, using either Wifi or your data and not impacting your minutes.

Threes feel at home has been a god send to me personally, as I love not having to worry about data allowances for roaming in the various destinations it's available.

In terms of speed, this is variable on so many factors, so hard to say which is faster. Personal experience is that EE is a little faster than 3 in London and the Home Counties, based off comparisons with my better half.

Hope that helps in some way! :)
Three offered me this deal, 12GB for £12 as a new customer (as far as contracts are concerned anyway) so myself and my partner will probably take it. However 200 minutes really isnt enough for me. I ring Republic of Ireland often, and I discovered that the PAYG sim to landline cost per minute is 2p. So my credit on the PAYG sim will be put to this use. Three offered me 2,000 Three to Three minutes each, which is standard on new contracts.

But EE has made an offer now which I am trying to compare. 4GEE 20GB shared between two sims, and unlimited calls and texts, EU roaming 500MB, Apple music for 6 months. £29.99 per month 12 month contract.

EE offers fast EU roaming data, and 20GB can be tethered, so those are directly comparable to Three.

200 minutes compared to the luxury of not needing to worry about exceeding my allowance.
Is Three as fast as EE 4GEE? Its not the max service but expected to get to 60MBps.


Edited By: patricia_1066 on Feb 15, 2017 21:07
Yes you can - I got my Three PAYG number transferred to my new Three contract sim in a Three shop, no bother.

Could this be because you went PAYG to contract? When speaking to the 3 chap on the phone yesterday, he said I would have to go to another provider and then back.

This was also what my wife had to do at Christmas with Virgin, when she started a new contract. They wouldnt port her number from her old virgin contract to her new virgin contract.
parx
Just got off the phone to 3 customer support and there is no way they will let you upgrade or change to this contract. So as stated above, i will have to sign up to this new contract, cancel my existing contract with 3, get PAC, move (temporarily) to another provieder, then get PAC from them and port back to 3 on the new contract.

Seems ridiculous and the 3 rep I was talking to, couldnt apologise enough for how ridiculous it all is.


​Wow, that's insanely ridiculous. But very inconsistent if jaceyar got his number ported easily in store (see above) Might just take mine to my nearest 3 shop but once I've received my sim, will let you know how it goes
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mchu6am4
You said 5 x 12 = 84, I think you meant 7 x 12?


​Oops yes, my math is terrible at 3am!


Are you American?


​No, just bad at maths apparently! :D
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all you can eat minutes and texts & 4gb data £11p/m - £132.00 @ three sim only

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Came past this just seems a huge bargain price at £11 per month sim only deal, details of the plan below Your plan explained. Personal Hotspot. On our Essential Plans, you can’t use your inclusiv…
Came past this just seems a huge bargain price at £11 per month sim only deal, details of the plan below Your plan explained. Personal Hotspot. On our Essential Plans, you can’t use your inclusiv…
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philouk
I got this just before xmas. £9 pm, factor in £25 topcashback and a £25 refer a friend. This deal has cost me £58 for the year.
So even at £11 a month don't forget the refer a friend; only thing missing for me is the tethering. You can however, buy bolt ons for when abroad (£2.50 a day for unlimited data)
how do i do this so I get cashback and the refer a friend because it says you have to access it via the link sent by your friend?
Copy the refer a friend link to your clipboard, then go through TC. Make sure it says tracked, the paste in the copied link to the 3 web page that opened via TC.
This is all I did and it worked
Excellent - thanks so much. I'll give it a try.
Its5oclockSomewhere
philouk
I got this just before xmas. £9 pm, factor in £25 topcashback and a £25 refer a friend. This deal has cost me £58 for the year.
So even at £11 a month don't forget the refer a friend; only thing missing for me is the tethering. You can however, buy bolt ons for when abroad (£2.50 a day for unlimited data)
how do i do this so I get cashback and the refer a friend because it says you have to access it via the link sent by your friend?


Copy the refer a friend link to your clipboard, then go through TC. Make sure it says tracked, then paste in the copied link to the 3 web page that opened via TC.

This is all I did and it worked

Edited By: philouk on Feb 17, 2017 20:19: spelling
I tried the TCB and Refer a friend Amazon, the TCB tracked but after filling the RAF form nothing came through. I kicked up a fuss and the complaints team credited the account with £20.00.
philouk
I got this just before xmas. £9 pm, factor in £25 topcashback and a £25 refer a friend. This deal has cost me £58 for the year.
So even at £11 a month don't forget the refer a friend; only thing missing for me is the tethering. You can however, buy bolt ons for when abroad (£2.50 a day for unlimited data)

how do i do this so I get cashback and the refer a friend because it says you have to access it via the link sent by your friend?
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2000 Three-to-Three minutes Free for existing contract customers (12/24 months) @ Three

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Ive used the online chat to claim it. i was Payg previously and just signed up for a contract a few days ago, it didnt come with free 3 to 3 minutes so i had to claim it myself. (my very first contrac…
Ive used the online chat to claim it. i was Payg previously and just signed up for a contract a few days ago, it didnt come with free 3 to 3 minutes so i had to claim it myself. (my very first contrac…
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nokiafusion
Hasn't this always been the case for 3/3 customers?

Yes, indeed.
But they forced users to different tarrifs lying they're "phasing out old tarrifs". It was clearly attempt to take more money from customers before attempt to take over O2. When blocked by EU they stopped but never gave back old allowances.
My monthly payment was increased almost 60% - from £7 to over £11 (SIM only). Of course I have bigger allowance, but previous was more than enough for me, so I can't see any difference for money.
No, I won't sign new contract for that.
Hasn't this always been the case for 3/3 customers?
So did you sign up for an extra contract?:|
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Existing Three Customers ONLY - 12GB + 600 Minutes £13 -------- 30GB + 200 Minutes £15

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DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK iam not sure is this the same for everyone, but there should be no risk if you dont mind the hassle (you have 14 days to cancel if things dont work out) So here's what you…
DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK iam not sure is this the same for everyone, but there should be no risk if you dont mind the hassle (you have 14 days to cancel if things dont work out) So here's what you…
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No. I phoned and confirmed and it isnt available as a change to my current (single) plan.

On the website, to get to that offer you have to go through the "Exclusive offers on additional plans and devices" link.
parx
Just got off the phone to Three, and this isnt to change your existing contract, but to add another contract/number to your account (so you will end up paying for 2 sims).
iam pretty sure its to change and not signing up for a new contract. "change price plan"


Edited By: Tianfat on Jan 28, 2017 17:06
Just got off the phone to Three, and this isnt to change your existing contract, but to add another contract/number to your account (so you will end up paying for 2 sims).
OzWoz
I've had a look and these seem to only be for additional contracts. Am i looking right? Or is there some way to change my current deal to one of the listed offers?
i use to be PayG and ive taken the contract 2 days ago with 200 minutes + 12gb data, after that theres an option to change my plan with the offers above from checking my3

Edited By: Tianfat on Jan 28, 2017 13:00
I've had a look and these seem to only be for additional contracts. Am i looking right? Or is there some way to change my current deal to one of the listed offers?
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Three SIM only contract renewal - Bargaining tool £11 4gb - £13 8gb / 12months £132.00

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My contract is being phased out, and they have offered me two alternatives to switch. Still undecided, but will probably not take them and move to another company to get more data than this for the sa…
My contract is being phased out, and they have offered me two alternatives to switch. Still undecided, but will probably not take them and move to another company to get more data than this for the sa…
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I switched recently and after shopping around there wasn't much better elsewhere. not worth the hassle of moving, so got 4gb. I wanted the feel at home as well because I go abroad alot including out of Europe
richard_corke
AndyRoyd
Did those options include Feel at Home? I would be very interested to know what 3 would offer as retention incentive for All-you-can-eat on-handset Data / All-you-can-eat Texts / All-you-can-eat Minutes. Thanks.
I was on the unlimited data 200 minutes for £15, they offered me all you can eat everything 10gb hotspot and abroad use for £18
Useful info. Thanks.
What was the name that of your contract OP?
AndyRoyd
Did those options include Feel at Home? I would be very interested to know what 3 would offer as retention incentive for All-you-can-eat on-handset Data / All-you-can-eat Texts / All-you-can-eat Minutes. Thanks.

I was on the unlimited data 200 minutes for £15, they offered me all you can eat everything 10gb hotspot and abroad use for £18
6ixFoot1
hkphooey
6ixFoot1
Surprised people aren't getting better deals. I changed my price plan through live chT and got thr Advanced Plan 8gb data 600mins for £10
REALLY???? wow that a first every time i go to chat they say sorry can't discuss deals on chat have to call them!!!!!! You must have hit the jackpot i would be buying a lottery ticket this week...:)


They say they aren't allowed to do upgrades over chat but can change price plans


​I got my upgrade over chat as well. They were happy to discuss.
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12 month SIM only £12.00 per month (normally £19.00) 12GB data, 200 mins, AYCE texts £144.00 @ Three (for existing customers only), plus poss £50.25 Quidco cash back

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Just seen this via "Existing Customers Offers" page. Firstly, go to http://www.quidco.com/three/?st=Three then click on the link to take to directly to Three. Hover your mouse or click to "Shop"…
Just seen this via "Existing Customers Offers" page. Firstly, go to http://www.quidco.com/three/?st=Three then click on the link to take to directly to Three. Hover your mouse or click to "Shop"…
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zermattbusby
Out of contract with Three
Just received a letter offering 4GB - AYCE Mins / Texts £13.00 P/M
What do you reckon Guys, any good?

Not good if you've been with them- they have £10 for the same deal on uswitch (no hotspot though)
Out of contract with Three
Just received a letter offering 4GB - AYCE Mins / Texts £13.00 P/M
What do you reckon Guys, any good?
colgrigson
synergy
Anyone's cashback tracked yet?
My other half's quidco tracked the day after... And as I'm already with three I could use the recommend a friend too so 50quids worth of Amazon vouchers on top so worked out at 4.66 per month after cashback for 8GB data, 600mins and unltd txts

Can you explain how did you get the refer a friend to work?? My frnd can refer me but read on their website that they will send a link and we need to sign up with that. In that case how can I use the quidco cash back??
ordered sim on 24th and received on 26th.
spoke to them via live chat and they said no request to change to sim only had been requested on the account so its now bye bye Three and hello Virgin Mobile
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Unltd min and txt with 8 gb data for £13/month on 30 days contract, Retention deal @ Three

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I am not looking for heat for this deal. Iam more looking for opinions. After I was booted out of the one plan last year, Three put me on unltd min and txt and 4gb data for £12/month on a 12 months co…
I am not looking for heat for this deal. Iam more looking for opinions. After I was booted out of the one plan last year, Three put me on unltd min and txt and 4gb data for £12/month on a 12 months co…
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bloooo
As an existing customer they gave me this for £10 on a 12 month contract


Just to add, I was offered this deal; however no tethering on this plan!


​Yes same for me. Don't use it so not too fussed, would rather save a few £
Its a 30 day term, take it if EE signal & (Uswitch exclusive) Plusnet 2000min Unlimited txt 2GB - £7.50 or Virgin's unlimited's & 20GB - £15 is not suitable, then when some better plan fits, PAC request & bye 3.


Edited By: seaniboy on Jan 21, 2017 22:43
bloooo
As an existing customer they gave me this for £10 on a 12 month contract


Just to add, I was offered this deal; however no tethering on this plan!
There's a lot of good deals about and really what works for you...
I went for Three's 600 mins, 30GB deal for £18 a month. I don't need that much data, but 8GB is a little tight for me and just love not having to worry how much data I use.
All of Three's plans are 12 month contracts, Virgin have one with unlimited mins and 20GB data for £15 month and is a rolling 30 day plan, which might be a decider.
But for me it was Three as can use "Feel at Home" for roaming in numerous countries for free.
I wasn't expecting Three's 4G coverage to be very good, but it's great and get speeds of 50-60 mb/ps. Also 3G speeds are 15-18MB.
Virgin don't allow tethering where Three do.
Several things to consider.

Edited By: gilesrdavies on Jan 21, 2017 17:07: grammar
Ask for your PAC. They might realise you are going to walk and offer you a better deal. You don't have to use the code but if they don't give you a deal you can go elsewhere within 30 days iirc

I've got 3 SIM only deals coming up for renewal and will be playing hardball for this many contracts.
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Refer a friend to Three and both receive a £25 Amazon gift card (Please do NOT offer/request referrals)

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Introduce a friend to Three and when they take out a pay monthly contract or a 12 month SIM only plan online with Three you'll both get a £25 Amazon gift card. Seems like a great offer when combine…
Introduce a friend to Three and when they take out a pay monthly contract or a 12 month SIM only plan online with Three you'll both get a £25 Amazon gift card. Seems like a great offer when combine…
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Contacted live chat, as I referred myself, "I will not be getting my amazon vouchers", + quidco £30 declined.

Awful
mackem1966
Life Mobile customer service was superb, answered our 2 calls within 20 seconds both times and did what we asked immediately, been bought out by plusnet so hopefully they are as good but been with 3 and dreaded phoning them, one of there cs people accused us of doctoring emails when we signed up via a promotional offer which made the monthly charge £2 cheaper oO
Had no problem with plusnet at all! Slow port and can answer questiobs in the forum! It wasn't bought out it trsnsfereed to BT when they bought EE! Rather than have a lose end company and plusnet with no mobile it made sense to merge the two!
Never received mine either from Sept. I actually reffered like 5 people aswell.

Ganna call them and chase them up the Ars'es but I bet they have no way of checking.



Edited By: GeordieAffy2014 on Jan 21, 2017 07:52
mackem1966
Life Mobile customer service was superb, answered our 2 calls within 20 seconds both times and did what we asked immediately, been bought out by plusnet so hopefully they are as good but been with 3 and dreaded phoning them, one of there cs people accused us of doctoring emails when we signed up via a promotional offer which made the monthly charge £2 cheaper oO


That's not what others are saying about plusnet, in December took me 2 webchats 40 minutes each and 3 Cali's of 45 minutes each to cancel after a new sim didn't arrive in time :(
Never receive my gift card for recommendation, I will need to chase them
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Huawei Mate 9 PAYG £549.00 @ Three

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Hey all, I'm looking to get this and it seems a very good deal. I checked the phone out today and it's absolutely beautiful. Do not be put off by 1080 screen it is very sharp, I compared to iPhone 7pl…
Hey all, I'm looking to get this and it seems a very good deal. I checked the phone out today and it's absolutely beautiful. Do not be put off by 1080 screen it is very sharp, I compared to iPhone 7pl…
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Had this for a couple of days but returned to store due to the fact the actual size of screen used after you account for the home and back bar is only 5.5inch!.The main selling point of the mate series was size.Gone from 6.3 inch ,6 inch and now smaller screen view than the note 5!! Roll on a genuine big screen
One plus 3T is cheaper and better.
Tell you what i would have if screen was larger 6" and didn't have that awful Porsche at the front. Not worth price tag with the current specs
nav157
It's a good phone which I own but nothing special. It's not worth 550 nor is iPhone worth 720. In comparison value for money but in a few months It will be worth 400. Camera is ok and speakers loud enough but not as loud as it as Iphone 7 plus nor as crisp. Build quality doesn't feel premium even though it's aluminium. Hold Htc 10 and this you will notice the difference.

you should of bought the porche version at £1200!!

Edited By: Aeschylus on Jan 16, 2017 16:17
I've had the predisessor, the mate 8 about a year now, it's an absolute awesome phone. There is nothing significantly better at the moment. Runs very cool and super fast a year on. It basically comes down to if you want a big screen or not. If you do loads on your phone this the mate 9 is a no brainier.

superb camera in all conditions, the battery life on these phones is about 8-9 hours screen on time browsing etc and more if just watching videos over a couple of days on a single charge.
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Lenovo P2, huge battery (fast charging) and decent specs £199 + £10 Top Up @ Three £209.00

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misterleoni
noticed a couple of TPU cases for £4.99 with next day delivery on Prime. Just ordered one (coming tomorrow) anyone know if they're rubbish or not??

If you mean those soft, transparent ones, then they are very basic, but fine for a start. You'll want something more substantial to protect the phone from falls.

You probably realise the UK price is very poor compared to if you got it from the Far East - an example for £1 (but possibly 2-3 week delivery wait): https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Ultra-Thin-Cover-For-Lenovo-P2-K6-Note-A1010-Vibe-B-S1-Lite-C2-ZUK-Z2/32776809451.html
noticed a couple of TPU cases for £4.99 with next day delivery on Prime. Just ordered one (coming tomorrow) anyone know if they're rubbish or not??
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misterleoni
I wouldn't rely on a shop to give you an answer to be honest.
You would expect them to accept its a known fault and tell you a refund is in order not it will be sent away if you buy it even when you show them both one I brought and one on display
It's a software bug, Samsung have had it with their s6, others have it. It's down Lenovo to fix with an update.
I think the consumer act says different no offence

What's the consumer act?
Legally, you have a contract according to the Sale and Supply of Goods Act, and that contract is with the retailer, the person who you paid your money to, and not the manufacturer. Any rights that you have against the manufacturer, such as a warranty, are in addition to your legal rights in consumer law, and so you don’t have to rely on that. Your first port of call should always be the shop.
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misterleoni
I wouldn't rely on a shop to give you an answer to be honest.
You would expect them to accept its a known fault and tell you a refund is in order not it will be sent away if you buy it even when you show them both one I brought and one on display
It's a software bug, Samsung have had it with their s6, others have it. It's down Lenovo to fix with an update.
I think the consumer act says different no offence
Why is the consumer act responsible for a companies software?
In the UK Legally, you have a contract according to the Sale and Supply of Goods Act, and that contract is with the retailer, the person who you paid your money to, and not the manufacturer. Any rights that you have against the manufacturer, such as a warranty, are in addition to your legal rights in consumer law, and so you don’t have to rely on that. Your first port of call should always be the shop.
kevbur123
THRILLER-DEEJAY
kevbur123
misterleoni
I wouldn't rely on a shop to give you an answer to be honest.
You would expect them to accept its a known fault and tell you a refund is in order not it will be sent away if you buy it even when you show them both one I brought and one on display
It's a software bug, Samsung have had it with their s6, others have it. It's down Lenovo to fix with an update.
I think the consumer act says different no offence

Why is the consumer act responsible for a companies software?