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Unlimited Texts + Unlimited Internet + 600 minutes, 30 day rolling contract @ t-mobile for £20.00 a month

£20.00 @ T-Mobile
http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/mobile-phones/sim-card/pay-monthly/ Previously only 200 minutes. Doesn't seem too bad, one of the best deals around. This is a sim only deal on t-mobile. You… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/mobile-phones/sim-card/pay-monthly/

Previously only 200 minutes.

Doesn't seem too bad, one of the best deals around.

This is a sim only deal on t-mobile.

You get unlimited texts, unlimited internet and 600 minutes for £20 a month. No long term contract, just monthly.

Select Solo 20.
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#1
not sure as to where was previously 200 mins as i have been on this for nearly a year
#2
might go for this for my daughter... shes always going over her allowance . nice deal :thumbsup:
#3
http://shop.o2.co.uk/sim-only-simplicity

O2 do an equivalent 600 mins / 1200 texts (which is equivalent to unlimited for most people) / + Bolt on (which can be 'unlimited' internet) for £19.58/month with rolling contract. IMO it's better because the voicemail is free...
#4
michelleleemoo
not sure as to where was previously 200 mins as i have been on this for nearly a year


Me too, been on this for months with 600 mins, still a good deal though time to move for some Quidco cashback tho.:thumbsup:
#5
Tmobile and Vodafone copied O2 Marketing strategy. 02 has free vociemail and in my opinion better customer service compared to Tmobile.
#6
it is worth noting that t-mobile will generally up your mins etc if you ring and ask them to match a competitor, because they know its only a months notice and max £20 to change
#7
The Quidco on this deal is decent, £35. But T-Mobile reception in many areas outside London is rubbish. The O2 equivalent deal beats this for me.

Also as above this deal has been on for AGES now.
#8
Yeah I took this offer up last month when my 18 month contract ended, and thought I'd save some money rather than continuing paying £35 a month. Saved quite a bit this month, and I'm still using the same amount of mins / texts a month as I did on the Flext tariff I was on. Not impressed with the voicemail charges though, but I could turn VM off if I really wanted to - but I rely on it quite a bit. You also get charged for picture messages, which is a bit of a p***-take as other mobile companies offer these as part of their own monthly sim only plans. I believe o2 charge the equivelent of 4 x SMS for 1 Picture Message, so if you're on a similar contract it should still be free.

After 3 weeks on this "contract", my bill so far is circa £22 - which I'm happy with (compared to my previous bills!). If you're locked to T-Mobile (which I am), it's a very good deal - but certainly NOT "new".

If you have an unlocked mobile, or can use o2 - I'd go with them. With regards to their bolt on's - if you talk a lot, I'd opt for the "unlimited weekend calls". Trust me, you'll hardly touch your allowance. Obviously for Internet users, the "unlimited internet" option would be a better bolt on.

I'm just going to continue using the sim-only tariff until I get more income coming my way, and when a decent phone is released. I believe the Samsung OmniaPRO is due out very soon, so I may have to do some thinking. The reviews I've read have all said it's the mobile to get.
#9
If you dial your own number rather than ringing voicemail normally, then it should ring like normal voicemail, but come out of your allowence instead of costing extra 20p or w/e it costs.
#10
Been this for ages, still a good deal.

O2 good deal also, check your local coverage!
#11
Semaj1st
If you dial your own number rather than ringing voicemail normally, then it should ring like normal voicemail, but come out of your allowence instead of costing extra 20p or w/e it costs.


Ooooh I'm going to try this now. I have a VM on my phone. Hope this works, thanks!
suspended#12
yeah good tip, phone ure own number to use ure free minutes for VM

i've been on this deal for at least 3-4 months now, and its always been 600 minutes, there wasn't a phone i wanted when my 18m contract ran out, so i opted for this.

Been really good, the unlimited internet has been proven useful! Won't go back to without the internet if i can help it.

in my experience t-mobile has been good, customer service is generally good.. only thing is, is that it cost u to call them on ure mobile whereas most handsets are free (different if ure on contract).
#13
similar to o2 simplicity sims only contract, but better in terms of having unlimited text. But if you take simplicity 12 months qith o2, you'll get 800 mins and 1600 sms.
#14
crazyp
http://shop.o2.co.uk/sim-only-simplicity

O2 do an equivalent 600 mins / 1200 texts (which is equivalent to unlimited for most people) / + Bolt on (which can be 'unlimited' internet) for £19.58/month with rolling contract. IMO it's better because the voicemail is free...


I'm on this O2 deal but I thought the voicemail was 10p/min:?

Did O2 change this recently cause never knew that voicemail was free.
#15
I'm outside Glasgow and have tried other networks and o2 prove to be the best network for coverage. 3 was a nightmare for reception and I was stuck in an 18 month contract.
#16
They should stop calling it "unlimited" internet. Fair Usage Policies suck. Unlimited my backside... though 1GB should be sufficient for the average mobile web user.

That aside though, it seems like a reasonable deal seeing as there is no contract.
#17
Mantis
They should stop calling it "unlimited" internet. Fair Usage Policies suck. Unlimited my backside... though 1GB should be sufficient for the average mobile web user.

That aside though, it seems like a reasonable deal seeing as there is no contract.


Possible to call through Skype on EDGE/GPRS?
#18
Solo 15 for £15 with 350 minutes 50 more minutes than any other network and UNLIMITED texts is a joke because Virgin £15 gives you 500 mins and unlimited texts and has done since the 1st September. T-Mobile need to wake up and get their claims right!
#19
Taksim_Red
The Quidco on this deal is decent, £35. But T-Mobile reception in many areas outside London is rubbish. The O2 equivalent deal beats this for me.


Totally agree with the reception... outside London T-Mobile is very bad... So far have not been let down in reception by O2.
#20
Good deal - but IMHO O2 much better

600 mins / 1200 SMS and unlimited web for £19.50 ish

O2 have -
better coverage than T-Mobile
UK call centres and better CS
free voice mail
per second billing - think T-Mobile is to next minute
genuine unlimited web bolt-on
in allowance sms when roaming (in Europe at least)

EliTom
#21
no quidco on this?
#22
jay_leeds
no quidco on this?


£35 Quidco I'm pretty sure.
#23
im on the £19.58 02 tarriff. im happy. started with 1000 texts (i have the unlim web bolt on), then they upped it to 1200, then i saw tmoh had this deal so i moaned and said id move if i didnt get unlim texts too, and within a day i got a lovely email saying how i was valued, etc. now i get 600 mims and unlim txts + internet for £19.58. lovely :)
#24
over the last month my t-mob service and reception has gone quite frankly down the toilet hole.

honestly never ever had a problem in 4 years with them but the last month has been diabolical.

To make matters worse I absolutely abhorrr the C902 now, its such a horrible horrible phone.
#25
I managed to get O2 30 days SIM only rolling contract 800 mins 500 text and unlimited web for £19.58
#26
fullmoon
I managed to get O2 30 days SIM only rolling contract 800 mins 500 text and unlimited web for £19.58
How? :thinking:
#27
elitom
Good deal - but IMHO O2 much better

600 mins / 1200 SMS and unlimited web for £19.50 ish

O2 have -
better coverage than T-Mobile
UK call centres and better CS
free voice mail
per second billing - think T-Mobile is to next minute
genuine unlimited web bolt-on
in allowance sms when roaming (in Europe at least)

EliTom
Some might disagree with the 'genuine' part. :whistling:
#28
are the minutes to any network with both offers?
suspended#29
i got this deal, its to any network any time,
#30
Thinking of getting the o2 one for daughter. Can anyone tell me if you can check as to how many minutes you have used per month, don't want her to go over included minutes.
#31
Kirajai
i got this deal, its to any network any time,


Thanks for clearing up! Guess i need to get this once my contract's finished.
#32
this sounds a great deal my contract due next month, not going back to contract.. looking into this deal thanks
#33
usenetz
Some might disagree with the 'genuine' part. :whistling:


According to O2 CS the web bolt-on is unlimited - they just do not actively publish the fact !
#34
Can you get a blackberry or iphone package within the deal?

EliTom

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