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(£55 a month) Full House TV Package, included BT sport / Sky Cinema, 200Mbps Broadband + Home Phone £674.99 @ Virgin via uswitch

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Enjoy 230+ channels at home, 12 Sky channels & 100+ on the go More entertainment with Sky Cinema HD Unlimited broadband and free weekend calls to UK landlines Includes BT sport. Should stack
Enjoy 230+ channels at home, 12 Sky channels & 100+ on the go More entertainment with Sky Cinema HD Unlimited broadband and free weekend calls to UK landlines Includes BT sport. Should stack
AStonedRaichu Avatar15h, 55m agoFound 15 hours, 55 minutes ago22 Comments
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I dont think its possible to beat what I got from Virgin, £15 a month for Player Package/Tivo, 50mb broadband and weekend calls and a £50 credit to my account. This includes the line rental and broadband. Ive got Sky for my TV anyway but £15 is worth it just for the broadband and line rental.
No Virgin No Sky don't miss a damned thing but I do like having an extra holiday every year☀️☀️☀️
SweeneyUK
imcg30
This package was on offer at £39 a month just before Christmas guaranteed for 2 years with a 1 year minimum contract
​It was for specific upgrading customers only.
A friend got it who wasn't a virgin customer
john.swfc
200mb broadband - except at peak times when it goes down to 1.5mb because their network is trash.
When is this "peak time" of which you speak. Mine seems fine @16:47
http://www.speedtest.net/result/6071469183.png
imcg30
This package was on offer at £39 a month just before Christmas guaranteed for 2 years with a 1 year minimum contract


​It was for specific upgrading customers only.
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Virgin Media Superfast 50mb Broadband & Calls £22.08 a month with code £264.96 @ Uswitch

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Use code 'HAVE50' when checking out for this price.
Use code 'HAVE50' when checking out for this price.
Jinkz Avatar17h, 6m agoFound 17 hours, 6 minutes ago39 Comments
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I am on 50 was to be 100 and only have broadband no phone line and pay £34 .15 been trying to get out of contract since sept when it went up no joy now year is up still trying to cancel I hv to press the box every day it goes off about 3/4 times a day I don't play games just check emails no neighbours hv this problem and they keep telling me its a problem in my street
emlin
I've clicked on the deal, but uswitch won't let me go any further? Anyone else having problems?
Ok, I disabled my adblocker and it works now!
I've clicked on the deal, but uswitch won't let me go any further? Anyone else having problems?
ScoobyZ
£25 a month for 150mb and phone (talk weekends)here.
Also got a new super hub in the deal.
How?
Details please!
Am paying £39 for 150mb and phone. Keeps going up every 6 months or so, it did start on £28. Haggled it down to £32 once upon a time, but has since kept on rising.

Called them last week to get rid of the phone line to try make a saving as we don't even use the landline. They told us that the price will be more without the landline...!!
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plusnet sim only deal 250 mins 500 text 1GB data £5.00 month via Uswitch

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Not a bad deal 1 month contract. piggyback on EE network
Not a bad deal 1 month contract. piggyback on EE network
bobhope Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago14 Comments
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rimz790
lump
Good deal, I voted hot.
It's probably worth mentioning you get a free Sim with Talk Talk giving you a few hundred minutes, unlimited texts and 500mb data.
All these are useful backup sims.
Do you have to be a talk talk customer to get that free sim deal?


​well I did what you could do and looked on their website.
you do need to be a broadband customer.

Edited By: patcho on Feb 12, 2017 20:16: spelling
rimz790
lump
Good deal, I voted hot.
It's probably worth mentioning you get a free Sim with Talk Talk giving you a few hundred minutes, unlimited texts and 500mb data.
All these are useful backup sims.
Do you have to be a talk talk customer to get that free sim deal?

+1.
lump
Good deal, I voted hot.
It's probably worth mentioning you get a free Sim with Talk Talk giving you a few hundred minutes, unlimited texts and 500mb data.
All these are useful backup sims.
Do you have to be a talk talk customer to get that free sim deal?
nige182
rimz790
nige182
Crossbow
I reckon one of the best really cheap deals ever has to be this one, which I've been on since last August. It automatically transferred to Plusnet when they took over, & thankfully continued at the same price:LIFE Mobile 1,000 mins, 5,000 texts, 1.5gb of data £5.95 - 30 day contract - Uswitch exclusive
I reckon the award for the best though, has to go to the one several of us got with Life Mobile last June, 4k minutes, 5k texts, 4GB data for £1 per month, that too has transferred to Plusnet :) The only problem is that it is 3G data and I find the 3G coverage to be poor on EE.
I got the 2k minutes, 5k texts and 1gb data for the £1 and they have already taken the 9th month's payment. Life mobile back then honoured the deal and said they'll be contacting everyone who got the deal to negotiate a more appropriate price after 6 months...but I guess plusnet taking over has played in our favour where the 6 months negotiation didn't happen and looks like we're going to be keeping the £1 deal for alot longer :3
Yep, probably can't be bothered as they know sooner or later people will want 4G and looking on their website it seems they are not offering 4G to any former Life Mobile customers without changing to a Plusnet offering. Either that or after a while they will tell all former Life Mobile customers that they are ending the old tariffs and they need to transfer onto a Plusnet one.
As for the 3G, according to their coverage maps, 3G should be great in my area, but I am forever finding I don't get a data signal indoors or in built up areas, worse still often getting a weak signal full stop indoors, yet my GiffGaff sim is constantly full signal. Perhaps it is partly my phones fault in which case my new phone which should be sorted in the next couple of days may help. 3G is plenty fast enough for me when it works.
We shall see what the future holds for us £1 tariffers X) as for 3g data I live in London, so luckily for 3g signal is not an issue...plus I'm ok with 3g as I only use mobile data for messaging (no images or video downloads and no video calls)...so I will be transferring my number from Vodafone to the £1 sim I got from life mobile in May, as it'll save me £49 per month! X) but I am looking for a good cheap deal to give to my daughter to use on travels to and from her secondary school...this deal looks good for a fiver or the BT one for a fiver with 500 minutes per month as I am a BT infinity customer...

Edited By: rimz790 on Feb 12, 2017 13:56
Good deal, I voted hot.

It's probably worth mentioning you get a free Sim with Talk Talk giving you a few hundred minutes, unlimited texts and 500mb data.

All these are useful backup sims.
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VirginMedia Broadband + Phone 100Mb £30pm or 200Mb £35pm - £360.00 total cost

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Ok guys here's the crack! And How to get it GREAT IF YOU ARE LEAVING BT Uswitch.com have an offer to take virginmedia broadband 100mb and phone for: £30pm Free installation If you ring virg…
Ok guys here's the crack! And How to get it GREAT IF YOU ARE LEAVING BT Uswitch.com have an offer to take virginmedia broadband 100mb and phone for: £30pm Free installation If you ring virg…
prash_2k Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago26 Comments
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deepway
For February 17 use code "HAVE50" for additional discount of £50, it worked for me
£30/Month for Vivid 100 Mbs
£196 for line rental saver
£50 off for Refer a friend
£50 off with code "HAVE50"
£14.99 Activation Charges
effectively £20.25 / month for 100mbs (12 months contract)


How do you stack the the 2 £50 codes together??

I have a refer a friend but to redeem it you have to click a link to the Virgin media site where the price is higher than what is on offer here!
I've just accepted "base tv, free weekend calls, 300mb homeworks+" all for £45 a month.

The uswitch would have been 35 for 200mb + £14 for homeworks+ so instead of £49 its £45 a month.
I haven't really saved anything over what I could have got as a new customer but at least I've got them to agree to something.
deepway
For February 17 use code "HAVE50" for additional discount of £50, it worked for me

£30/Month for Vivid 100 Mbs

£196 for line rental saver
£50 off for Refer a friend
£50 off with code "HAVE50"
£14.99 Activation Charges

effectively £20.25 / month for 100mbs (12 months contract)


That's pretty awesome post it!
For February 17 use code "HAVE50" for additional discount of £50, it worked for me

£30/Month for Vivid 100 Mbs

£196 for line rental saver
£50 off for Refer a friend
£50 off with code "HAVE50"
£14.99 Activation Charges

effectively £20.25 / month for 100mbs (12 months contract)
Prash_2k you are actually incorrect there. The unrestricted upload will not give you less lag. Lag would often be down to latency and you'll see this with ping tests. Just because you've gone from 12mb up to 20mb up OR you've gone from 6mb (you've uploaded too much on 12mb) to 20mb you will still have the same ping times. I get a faster ping on a 3mb BT line than I do on my 200mb virgin line. That's a 512k upload vs a 12meg upload. Obviously different servers will respond at a faster rate but the sheer upload speed bears no relevance to ping times so unless you are uploading lots of films or photos or something then you wont really be benefitting.

A side note is that if you've got lots of devices on your internal network and they're all fighting for the upstream traffic then the larger upload speed can help as your line wont be maxxed out. If you're in that situation you could just use prioritisation inside your own network to allow your traffic priority over others in your house.

The FUP is only for uploads anyway so when they sell it to "gamers" to let them get the latest updates quicker they're actually playing on peoples lack of understanding as the FUP wont ever apply to them getting their updates.

I have a hardcore gamer friend who uses his virgin media line for downloading updates and gaming during the day but when the evning kicks in he switches over to his BT Fiber line because the ping times are much better meaning he has less lag.
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iPhone 7 deal 2 year Contract. £748.00 via Uswitch

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£125 upfront with voucher cheap Iphone 7 deal 24 month contract £25.99 a month 3gb data unlimited texts unlimited mins EE
£125 upfront with voucher cheap Iphone 7 deal 24 month contract £25.99 a month 3gb data unlimited texts unlimited mins EE
marv31 Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago6 Comments
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I'm an iPhone fan but hate EE I would never go back to them ever again, poor poor signal and customer service. Decent deal though

Edited By: fruit_bat on Feb 03, 2017 04:58: .
May be worth adding this is the 32GB model to the deal description/title.
Got 64GB 6s for the same price same time last year so pretty good I would say, voted hot.
Actually quite a good deal for an iphone !!
brychris
Anyone who voted Cold like to find it cheaper? :{

People vote down deals just because they're iPhones, looks like a good deal to me!
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uswitch talkmobile sim £12 / 12 month contract 12gb plus £50 amazon voucher £7.83

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talkmobile sim 12gb 5000 minutes £12 per month and £50 amazon voucher on link it says £30 voucher but link to talkmobile order says £50 amazon voucher you also get email confirmation for £50 voucher
talkmobile sim 12gb 5000 minutes £12 per month and £50 amazon voucher on link it says £30 voucher but link to talkmobile order says £50 amazon voucher you also get email confirmation for £50 voucher
aa64xyz Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago4 Comments
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why cold cheaper elsewhere
Or if your not keen on the gift card, go via topcashback and claim £51.75, if it pays out of course.
aa64xyz
effectively £7.83 yes its 3g but not much difference in speed where i am


​it's a great deal majority of areas don't have great WiFi heat
effectively £7.83 yes its 3g but not much difference in speed where i am
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Iphone 7 128gb £33.49 pm EE 1000mins unlimited text 2gb data - no upfront cost (total deal = £803.76) @ Buymobiles via uswitch

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uSwitch deal with buymobiles.net with EE Iphone 7 128gb in silver - no upfront cost 1000mins unlimted text 2gb data £33.49 £803.76 total for 24months
uSwitch deal with buymobiles.net with EE Iphone 7 128gb in silver - no upfront cost 1000mins unlimted text 2gb data £33.49 £803.76 total for 24months
TommyGun001 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago33 Comments
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dammit
Me tooooo
I'm still kicking myself for not getting this. Ugh
Any decent hi gb capacity 7 Plus deals out there ?
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uSwitch Exclusive ID Mobile 1000 Min / 5000 Txt / 2Gb 30 day Sim only £7.50

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Another great deal only available through uSwitch on the below link only. Perfect for kids as it can be capped too. Having to change from my previous PlusNet posting due to signal issues in my area, s…
Another great deal only available through uSwitch on the below link only. Perfect for kids as it can be capped too. Having to change from my previous PlusNet posting due to signal issues in my area, s…
ijw0161 Avatar3w, 14h agoFound 3 weeks, 14 hours ago27 Comments
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They only one 1 month SIMO plans - so cant get the 40 quidco cashback or are there any that are 12 months?
Can we addon Newzealand etc..?

iDmobile
[quote=adi0604]Can you confirm reason New Zealand is not included in your inclusive roaming? even though it's on feel at home country with Three mobile which you are using?
Hi adi0604, unfortunately we don't have an agreement to provide inclusive roaming in New Zealand, things like this are arranged separately from Three even though we run through the Three network structure.
I had the same issue, changed jobs and no EE/3 coverage.
Otherwise, no issues with iD but some of their non-EU roaming rates look scary e.g. Canada

Talkmobile offer 2GB, 500mins and various texts for £7.50.
Run on Vodafone, so should have comparable coverage to O2.
No 4G yet thought but their 3G isn't bad.

yorkie
I signed up to the 1.5GB £5 plan for me and the wife last week but unfortunately I couldn't get a signal. I have to say though the customer service so far has been excellent as when I asked to cancel under the statutory 14 day cooling off period they responded within a few hours confirming they had terminated our contracts. I'm a bit gutted really as I'm paying £7.50 for less with Tesco and can't find cheaper elsewhere.


Edited By: wildecat on Feb 10, 2017 16:05
I signed up to the 1.5GB £5 plan for me and the wife last week but unfortunately I couldn't get a signal. I have to say though the customer service so far has been excellent as when I asked to cancel under the statutory 14 day cooling off period they responded within a few hours confirming they had terminated our contracts. I'm a bit gutted really as I'm paying £7.50 for less with Tesco and can't find cheaper elsewhere.
Norman-B
I am considering moving to this for my grandson but I need confirmation that he is unable to exceed the monthly cost of £7.50, please.
Go with the Plusnet as they can cap to £1. This is capped to £5, so he could potentially go over the £7.50 to a maximum of £12.50 pm
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lg g5 on 3 8gb data unlimited mins & text. £29.00 a month x 24 £9.99 upfront for phone.@ uswitch

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On advanced tariff, which means you can use your contract mins/text/data abroad in 40 odd countries for no extra cost. The data abroad is hamstrung to Facebook/Twitter/email etc. You can't stream vide…
On advanced tariff, which means you can use your contract mins/text/data abroad in 40 odd countries for no extra cost. The data abroad is hamstrung to Facebook/Twitter/email etc. You can't stream vide…
andydene Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago11 Comments
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rkk20
Heat from me mate :) I


​Thanks....I couldn't find that deal for less anywhere else. Phone came today and it's very nice.....really snappy performance.
Heat from me mate :) I
nobbyogden
The G5 has been offered with the free B+O headphones and high quality DAC all over the shop recently. To pay the same price as normal and not get the freebies may be a reason this is going cold.


​Thank you for commenting, the deals that have been posted are for the essential tariff not the advance tariff. I couldn't find a current deal with the B&o phones and DAC add on.
nobbyogden
The G5 has been offered with the free B+O headphones and high quality DAC all over the shop recently. To pay the same price as normal and not get the freebies may be a reason this is going cold.


​Thank you for commenting, the deals that have been posted are for the essential tariff not the advance tariff. I couldn't find a current deal with the B&o phones and DAC add on.
First paragraph says "advance" package. Are people downvoting without reading?
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB - £23.50 a month, 600 mins, 5000 texts, 1gb data and no upfront cost IDM

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB FREE phone 600 minutes 5000 texts 1GB data £23.50 per month
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB FREE phone 600 minutes 5000 texts 1GB data £23.50 per month
ryanz67 Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago3 Comments
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I say same as others have . Look closely then one way or another you can get a S7 deal for this money . I have missed 2 chances to get new S6 for £250.I'm after new S6 because Samsung offer 2 year guarantee with it and on some other models .

Edited By: Ajazb on Jan 23, 2017 20:24
got s7edge for same price
Cheaper to buy an s7 edge and get a £5 a month SIM only from ID mobile with more data and similar texts and minutes. That would be £20 a month if s7 edge is bought for £360 which they can be on o2 refresh sometimes
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30day TalkMobile (Voda) DOUBLE DATA offer 500m/5000txt/2GB £7.50

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Uswitch exclusive Double the data than direct from TM own website X) Good for low-medium users that need a 2/3G Vodafone signal
Uswitch exclusive Double the data than direct from TM own website X) Good for low-medium users that need a 2/3G Vodafone signal
seaniboy Avatar1m, 6h agoFound 1 month, 6 hours ago7 Comments
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Otto.uk
bmckay00
Terrible company, worst customer service I have ever experienced.
CS has been great for me. Only had to contact them twice, all sorted in minutes.
Sadly I had the opposite - whilst the egyptian CSR's are very polite they are unable to assist when anything goes wrong (porting my number in a 2 minute job entailed turning my phone off for an entire day) theis then resulted in "an escalation" and another 72 hour wait - bear in mind they had killled my phone number by transferring it into talkmobile BUT failed to assign it to my sim - no one could call me for almost 2 weeks on my number which i've had for 2 decades - EVERY SINGLE TIME you call you get "i'll escalate it please wait 72 hours" and it doesn't get fixed.
I finally opened a case with resolver and eventually obtained a PAC code and ported it back out, they finally managed to fix it the day before i left.
Not only this but they "claimed" on one of the phone conversations that i switched tariffs to a higher priced tariff (same minutes texts and data allowance and requested paper billing.
I will never go near them again :\
Ports go through the Vodafone port team, so that sounds about right for Voda! Really TM aren't accountable for their naughty partner, we all know how hard it is as a customer with Vodafone customer care, imagine dealing with them all day in a TM call centre...the Egypt call centre used to handle Voda customers so they have had it from both ends.

For everyone's reference Ofcom like I advised them to make statutory registers complaints & gives a Ofcom reference to then start your telcos Complaints Code of conduct - you only need have called your telco first and the matter has not been addressed not that you have started the Complaints Code of conduct procedure for your telco.


I have always done so, the woman gave me a reference number without asking, I enquiried and was told it was now recording all complaints at the point of contact - something I had pointed out to 2 Ofcom Chief Executives - that they were not recording complaints correctly by not giving out a ref no as standard, and the Communications Act that started Ofcom required them to do so.

A complaint does not need you to instigate the Complaints Code of conduct policy of your telco, a call or letter with no suitable contact or resolution is enough to register the complaint with Ofcom then follow the telcos Complaints Code.

Ofcom in many cases will also email your telco the complaint, but you should always follow up Ofcom with Complaints Code either way yourself.


This is how the system was designed not just telcos paying ADR companies to rule in their favour, ex Chief Executive Graham Howell has a lot to answer for he is guilty of many Breaches of Public Office with UK&EU legislation - when I started rocking the boat he stepped back, he is a registered lawyer so there is no excuse for not knowing UK&EU law and running Ofcom in conjunction with such, as Ofcom CE law degree or not it was his job to know and implement as required for circa 15 years.




Thankfully Ofcom seems to be starting to act as a regulator for consumers not just business.
Otto.uk
bmckay00
Terrible company, worst customer service I have ever experienced.
CS has been great for me. Only had to contact them twice, all sorted in minutes.

Sadly I had the opposite - whilst the egyptian CSR's are very polite they are unable to assist when anything goes wrong (porting my number in a 2 minute job entailed turning my phone off for an entire day) theis then resulted in "an escalation" and another 72 hour wait - bear in mind they had killled my phone number by transferring it into talkmobile BUT failed to assign it to my sim - no one could call me for almost 2 weeks on my number which i've had for 2 decades - EVERY SINGLE TIME you call you get "i'll escalate it please wait 72 hours" and it doesn't get fixed.

I finally opened a case with resolver and eventually obtained a PAC code and ported it back out, they finally managed to fix it the day before i left.

Not only this but they "claimed" on one of the phone conversations that i switched tariffs to a higher priced tariff (same minutes texts and data allowance and requested paper billing.

I will never go near them again :\
Dyslexic_Dog
Freeezzzzzzing cold!
You can get 1000m/5000txt/2gb for £3.50 a month on talk mobile at mobile phones direct if you don't mind a 12 month contract.


Some of us like to jump ship as soon as a better promo comes up on another 30 day sim ;)

People vote based on cost en masse and well Plusnet is doing a stonking £7.50 deal via Uswitch - its all fine in cites, but alot of people have to go with particular networks & its resellers, EE is a no go for me or a £7.50 Plusnet/Virgin £15 20GB sim/ would be en route to me ;)

I am considering this for myself because 4G at home is a no go on any network, it cant penetrate my apartments walls :(
bmckay00
Terrible company, worst customer service I have ever experienced.


CS has been great for me. Only had to contact them twice, all sorted in minutes.
Terrible company, worst customer service I have ever experienced.
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iphone7 32gb unlimited texts and calls 25.99 month

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uswitch iphone 7 32gb unlimited calls unlimited texts £25.99 month EE use code to pay £110 upfront 2gb data per month - aing69 You’ll pay £733.76 in total over 2 years - aing69
uswitch iphone 7 32gb unlimited calls unlimited texts £25.99 month EE use code to pay £110 upfront 2gb data per month - aing69 You’ll pay £733.76 in total over 2 years - aing69
diane70 Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago32 Comments
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can't find this deal
jamesyg01
Girlfriend went for this, they cancelled the order while it was out for delivery, DPD status read 'return to consignor'.
She is now waiting on them refunding the £133 and now EE are charging for the tariff


Why did they cancel the order after they had done credit check etc?
It's now expired but if you use the code on the 3GB £25.99 a month deal it brings it down to £125 so £15 more than the previous offer but a gig more of data a month, no point posting it because as soon as you put an Apple deal on a bunch of idiots appear voting it cold despite not being able to find a cheaper deal.
I was about to post an iphone deal then saw this and decided not to.

Cost of phone is £599 meaning you are paying £5.54 a month for 2gb data unlim calls/texts and somehow its been voted cold :|
Girlfriend went for this, they cancelled the order while it was out for delivery, DPD status read 'return to consignor'.
She is now waiting on them refunding the £133 and now EE are charging for the tariff
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Samsung Galaxy S7 - EE 1000 mins, 2GB data, unlimited texts £40 upfront £23.49pm - £613.76 via mobile.co.uk/uswitch

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Seems like a good deal for the S7. Use code "SAVEJAN" to get £10 off to make the upfront cost £40
Seems like a good deal for the S7. Use code "SAVEJAN" to get £10 off to make the upfront cost £40
dazzl3r324 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago15 Comments
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DoctorDeals
Another cold deal. Stop posting rubbish


​Thanks for your valuable input
Another cold deal. Stop posting rubbish
there is a code VC15OFF that works I believe for an extra £5 off
mikeydalby
BigYoSpeck
I'm not going to vote cold because it looks fair enough for a deal with EE but as a point of comparison I got my S7 using O2 Refresh for £338 (then cancelled the air time) and pay £7.50 a month with plusnet for the same minutes/texts/data as this on a month by month contract.
It was a bit more faff for a £98 saving which I was willing to do, and so this isn't a bad deal for the sake of not having to jump through hoops like I did.
does that 02 refresh cancellation work okay?... I've ofter thought about trying it but was a bit put off in case they say u can't cancel the air time??

I've not had any problems with it yet. The call handler took my payment for the device and my airtime plan has been cancelled. Some call handlers in the retention team may say you can't cancel, but you can.
BigYoSpeck
I'm not going to vote cold because it looks fair enough for a deal with EE but as a point of comparison I got my S7 using O2 Refresh for £338 (then cancelled the air time) and pay £7.50 a month with plusnet for the same minutes/texts/data as this on a month by month contract.

It was a bit more faff for a £98 saving which I was willing to do, and so this isn't a bad deal for the sake of not having to jump through hoops like I did.


​does that 02 refresh cancellation work okay?... I've ofter thought about trying it but was a bit put off in case they say u can't cancel the air time??
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Three Sim Only Deal - unlimited texts/minutes & 4gb data - total deal £10pm x 12 months - £120.00 via USWITCH

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Great deal on Three network Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts 4GB of data (4g) Not included: Personal Hotspot Allowance Feel At Home - rodman
Great deal on Three network Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts 4GB of data (4g) Not included: Personal Hotspot Allowance Feel At Home - rodman
abdulqureshi123 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago15 Comments
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omarmahmood
Aman
omarmahmood
REPOST AFTER REPOST!!! I have this deal but I also have feel @ home and tethering for the same price.
Where did you manage to get that agreement for the free tethering?
​Errrrrm.. Three Mobile

I was hoping for a developed response such as a particular website or Three in store.


​Use your brain three mobile means three mobile whether it's online or in store!
omarmahmood
Aman
omarmahmood
REPOST AFTER REPOST!!! I have this deal but I also have feel @ home and tethering for the same price.
Where did you manage to get that agreement for the free tethering?
​Errrrrm.. Three Mobile

I was hoping for a developed response such as a particular website or Three in store.
Aman
omarmahmood
REPOST AFTER REPOST!!! I have this deal but I also have feel @ home and tethering for the same price.

Where did you manage to get that agreement for the free tethering?


​Errrrrm.. Three Mobile
omarmahmood
REPOST AFTER REPOST!!! I have this deal but I also have feel @ home and tethering for the same price.

Where did you manage to get that agreement for the free tethering?
Cold from me, was a three customer for many years had lots of hassle with the Mumbai Mafia over an upgrade, never again !
I had collections agencies chasing and threatening me for many years, all because their call center wouldn't take no for an answer.
They refused to accept the 14 day cooling off period.
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Black 35 upfront + 23.49 a month @ Mobiles.co.uk via Uswitch £598.76

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£598.76 @ uSwitch
Handset £50.00 1000 mins 2GB data Unlimited texts = Only £23.49 per month + VC15OFF = voucher code
Handset £50.00 1000 mins 2GB data Unlimited texts = Only £23.49 per month + VC15OFF = voucher code
ptitalex Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago12 Comments
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borat1234
Anything similar on the edge?
Best deal I could find was £26.50, 3gb data, £130 upfront (plus potentially £34.50 cashback) on O2.

Same site.
EuroPear
sonicfury
Only £10 off now by the looks of but still a good deal.
VC15OFF still works.

Ah OK, it was saying get £10 off on the page which confused me.
Looks like a good deal to me.
sonicfury
Only £10 off now by the looks of but still a good deal.
VC15OFF still works.
Only £10 off now by the looks of but still a good deal.
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SIM Only Plusnet 2000 Minutes, Unlimited Texts and 2Gb Data £7.50 pm via uSwitch

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Been after a cheap SIM only that can be capped, this looks great. You won't find the deal on the Plusnet site, it is only via uSwitch. 2000 minutes, not the 1000 that has been previously posted
Been after a cheap SIM only that can be capped, this looks great. You won't find the deal on the Plusnet site, it is only via uSwitch. 2000 minutes, not the 1000 that has been previously posted
ijw0161 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago86 Comments
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It was sometime in December before launch, they dont check so you could say you pre registered and wanted to take up the offer obviously all depends who answers the call wether they give it! they did say it was expired but put it through anyway.
luigiboo
Had excellent customer service so far and everything they have promised has been delivered so no issues here! On the 19th jan i quoted i had pre registered for the new deal which ended 13th january unltd mins/texts 4bg data £10 and they still honoured it so worth a try!
How do you pre-register?
Had excellent customer service so far and everything they have promised has been delivered so no issues here! On the 19th jan i quoted i had pre registered for the new deal which ended 13th january unltd mins/texts 4bg data £10 and they still honoured it so worth a try!
Mark9988
Has anyone tried using their sim in ee locked handset? Wondering if it would work.
I had an old orange locked handset and it worked, so ee should be fine, as it is effectively Orange
how is it going guys after first few weeks?
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three - unlimited mins and texts 4gb of 4g data - £50 cash back tcb £120.00

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£120.00 @ uSwitch
120 a year cash back available
120 a year cash back available
machomansavage Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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If some one please help; as how is following EE deal from mobilephonesdirect website includes TCB/QUIDCO £10 cashback + Cashback by redemption;

http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/shopping-basket?/cache/basket/add/sim_only/pay-monthly-ee-micro/ee-4g-17-99-unlimited-12/free-delivery/cashback-by-redemption/index.html/add/sim_only/pay-monthly-ee-micro/ee-4g-17-99-unlimited-12/free-delivery/cashback-by-redemption



ee-micro
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited Texts
2 GB Data
12 Month Contract
EE Micro SIM Card
Check EE coverage

EE 4G
4GEE Plans Include
free-european-roaming free-bt-sport-for-6-month-s 4g-speeds-up-to-60-mbps free-apple-music-for-6-months
£17.99
per month FREE

Includes
£132 Cashback This deal benefits from £132.00 cashback.
+ £10 TCB / QUIDCO Making it :
17.99 x 12 = 215.88 - 142 (Cashback by redemption + Quidco/TCB ) = 73.88 ÷ 12 = 6.15 (Monthly cost for 12 months)
How are Mobilephonedirect about paying cashback by redemption, don't know.
If some one can help decide, most appreciated. Thanks.
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moneypit23
Isn't this the same deal as here? - http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/sim-only/pay-monthly-nano

But you're getting it reduced from £10 to £8 p/m by their own cashback offer, plus go through TCB and get a further £11.50 back?

I'm looking for a sim for my daughter's first phone (she's 10) but am wondering if I should get one with Feel at Home as she spends some time each year in Ireland with the In-Laws. Also how much data allowance is right for the kids of today!?



Yep that's right:) mine did only trak for the 28 guys
Isn't this the same deal as here? - http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/sim-only/pay-monthly-nano

But you're getting it reduced from £10 to £8 p/m by their own cashback offer, plus go through TCB and get a further £11.50 back?

I'm looking for a sim for my daughter's first phone (she's 10) but am wondering if I should get one with Feel at Home as she spends some time each year in Ireland with the In-Laws. Also how much data allowance is right for the kids of today!?


Edited By: moneypit23 on Jan 05, 2017 17:12
jordni
prash_2k
That's still a great deal even at £28.75 cash back.
I'm in Singapore at the moment $15/£10 approx on payg gives:
100gb data that's right 100gb no messing about 4g speed test gives 20mb download 15mb upload
5000 free mins
Unlimited texts.
Just shows how in the uk were still getting shafted.
Well we're much cheaper than most eu countries on tariffs, and bar far cheaper than the americans who get charged 70+$ a month for this kind of deal, all be it with a device but the devices have like a $299 upfront cost anyway and they dont even have that much coverage over there.


Totally agree jordni
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talk mobile has gone to pot. Worse CS ever, clueless and very poor.
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MR T
here is like to talk mobile

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.talkmobile.co.uk

utter rubbish company

unlike tesco mobile which has won numerous 'Which' awards the reason behind this is Tesco Mobile use 100% UK call centres whereas Talk Mobile use 99% Offshore call centres primarily based in Cairo (trust me you will not understand them there english is poor and confusing)


Also tesco have scored less than talk mobile coming in at 2.8 talk mobile 3.0 so tesco mobile are actually worse lol

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.tescomobile.ie
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MR T
here is like to talk mobile

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.talkmobile.co.uk

utter rubbish company

unlike tesco mobile which has won numerous 'Which' awards the reason behind this is Tesco Mobile use 100% UK call centres whereas Talk Mobile use 99% Offshore call centres primarily based in Cairo (trust me you will not understand them there english is poor and confusing)


Also tesco have scored less than talk mobile coming in at 2.8 talk mobile 3.0 so tesco mobile are actually worse lol

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.tescomobile.ie
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MR T
here is like to talk mobile

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.talkmobile.co.uk

utter rubbish company

unlike tesco mobile which has won numerous 'Which' awards the reason behind this is Tesco Mobile use 100% UK call centres whereas Talk Mobile use 99% Offshore call centres primarily based in Cairo (trust me you will not understand them there english is poor and confusing)


How often do ring CS THEN? Apart from initail set up?ie pac code transfer? Sounds like you need more friends MR T. All plusnet mobile r in the uk and have a higher success rate of answering than tesco. Still a good deals a good deal! And not gonna pay extra just because a company has a UK CALL CENTRE. Tesco mobile deals have been going down hill for a long time. Once they were a good company but had to open a Ofcom complaint to get outta my deal before moving to life as tesco mobile was in breach of contract, me paying for something I couldn't use. Ofcom advised it was a two way binding contract. So finally a manager bought me out So I was finally free to leave. Haven't been happier since! Just cos a company has great CS doesn't mean you're getting a "bang for your buck"
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ayaz51
3g is the same as 4g?? hahahaha some people have no idea really.


Clearly you don't!
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FreedomPop Multi SIM 1250 Min/Text 1.25G Data (1st month free) Then £4.99

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1st month free, £0.99 activation fee No credit check Why choose FreedomPop? Highly rated coverage and perks FreedomPop uses Three's nationwide 4G and 3G networks to provide reliable coverage for
1st month free, £0.99 activation fee No credit check Why choose FreedomPop? Highly rated coverage and perks FreedomPop uses Three's nationwide 4G and 3G networks to provide reliable coverage for
djpkinthemix Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago14 Comments
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jaimsiem
this network are beyond doubt the worst I have ever come across. They took money from my account 3 times and never even sent a sim card. Custom service was abysmal.
Please feel free to PM me so I may assist you.
I have been using Freedompop for the last month without a problem receiving and making calls and texts on the free service.
Did that to me too but CS were very nice and refunded each time. Pity I had to ask 3 times, especially as I had asked for my account and details to be deleted after the first withdrawal.
this network are beyond doubt the worst I have ever come across. They took money from my account 3 times and never even sent a sim card. Custom service was abysmal.
Anon32
liston2
I've signed up to there unlimited minutes 2.250mb data £6.99 they can't be any worse than plusnet.
My wife and i have just signed up to plusnet couln't be better to be honest my wife gets double the data and twice the minutes for £2 less a month and i still get my £1 a month deal! At first i was using it as a data sim but i've now ported my number as it looks like it will stay for the time being! Numbers ported not too quickly but thats done now and the reception is great on 2g, 3g and 4g!
I think i would rather have a real mobile signal not some ip over internet! This is a waste of time tbh just check other comments and you can decide for yourself



The mobile service is provided by three on a 4g network and trust me your not paying £6.99 for the same or better deal. Now I have plusnet mobile and broadband and trust me they have problems with there service from every direction.
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12GB data 5000 minuts/texts £12 per month £30 Amazon Gift Card TalkMobile at uswitch.com £144.00

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Talkmobile 12GB data Tethering included 5000 minutes 5000 texts £12.00 per month 12 month contract £30 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card via uswitch.com
Talkmobile 12GB data Tethering included 5000 minutes 5000 texts £12.00 per month 12 month contract £30 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card via uswitch.com
aazar Avatar2m, 7h agoFound 2 months, 7 hours ago7 Comments
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its still a good deal even if 3g! Heat added ;)
this is hot!
this is hot!
I think talk mobile operates on 3g network..
This is good but if your happy to go via topcashback instead of uswitch and if the cash back payouts, you will be quid's in. Currently, talkmobile have the same 12 month package for £12 per month and topcashack are offering £51 cash back. The only thing you won't get is the Amazon gift card :)
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