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Virgin £12 - 12 month contract + £6 a month for the first 3 months!
SIM card cost FREE
Your tariff gives you:
400 mins
Unlimited texts

(effective cost £10.50 a month)

Virgin £15 - 12 month contract - limited offer!
SIM card cost FREE
Your tariff gives you:
800 mins
Unlimited texts

Virgin £15 + unlimited web access - 12 month contract - limited offer!
SIM card cost FREE
Your tariff gives you:
400 mins
Unlimited texts

Virgin £10 - 30 day rolling contract
SIM card cost FREE
Your tariff gives you:
200 mins
Unlimited texts

Virgin £15 - 30 day rolling contract
SIM card cost FREE
Your tariff gives you:
400 mins
Unlimited texts

Virgin £15 + unlimited web access - 30 day rolling contract
SIM card cost FREE
Your tariff gives you:
200 mins
Unlimited texts

Virgin £20 + unlimited web access - 30 day rolling contract
SIM card cost FREE
Your tariff gives you:
800 mins
Unlimited texts
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1 Like #1
I think the unlimited web is a better offer with 400mins as at least your getting 1GB data unlike crappy 02 and Vodafone
#2
jb66
I think the unlimited web is a better offer with 400mins as at least your getting 1GB data unlike crappy 02 and Vodafone


true! title change lol
#3
Its your deal matey
#4
good deal
#5
Are Virgin still T-Mobile? Crap coverage around here as it is in many parts of the UK. Good deals otherwise
#6
gekkoa
Are Virgin still T-Mobile? Crap coverage around here as it is in many parts of the UK. Good deals otherwise


just searched it, and it is as far as i know.... (sorry i guess)
#7
So would you be able to trim down one of these sim cards and put it in an iphone 4 if you buy one out of contract from apple?

I have never understood wether you need to specify its going in an iphone. As there seem to be iphone specific sim deals.
#8
Interesting.
2 Likes #9
a1
So would you be able to trim down one of these sim cards and put it in an iphone 4 if you buy one out of contract from apple?

I have never understood wether you need to specify its going in an iphone. As there seem to be iphone specific sim deals.



I have a standard o2 simplicity sim not an iphone one, as i didnt have an iphone when I took it out, and i've been using it in my iphone for the last 10months no problem.

Great Deal! Heat + Rep :thumbsup:
#10
a1
So would you be able to trim down one of these sim cards and put it in an iphone 4 if you buy one out of contract from apple?

I have never understood wether you need to specify its going in an iphone. As there seem to be iphone specific sim deals.


looooool
#11
a1
So would you be able to trim down one of these sim cards and put it in an iphone 4 if you buy one out of contract from apple?

I have never understood wether you need to specify its going in an iphone. As there seem to be iphone specific sim deals.


ive asked tmobile and vodafone online live support weather they can send me a micro-sim instead of a normal one, they said no, they only deal with normal sims.

I think wait a couple of weeks and see what people try out.
1 Like #12
markwigg;8848713
I have a standard o2 simplicity sim not an iphone one, as i didnt have an iphone when I took it out, and i've been using it in my iphone for the last 10months no problem.

Great Deal! Heat + Rep :thumbsup:

Cheers mate
#13
crazyniz;8848739
ive asked tmobile and vodafone online live support weather they can send me a micro-sim instead of a normal one, they said no, they only deal with normal sims.

I think wait a couple of weeks and see what people try out.

I did see a 'how to' guide somewhere, that showed how to trim your standard sim card down to a micro sim, the caveat was that it might wreck the chip though.
#14
Good deal. Heat added.
#15
a1
I did see a 'how to' guide somewhere, that showed how to trim your standard sim card down to a micro sim, the caveat was that it might wreck the chip though.


yeah smae here...i also asked her how much they charge for a replacement sim ! She said....no comment...speak to customer services....

was worth asking. Think im leaning towards a offline iphone 4g...then a 12month sim deal with vodafone + £100 back from quidco. See what happens.
#17
jb66
I think the unlimited web is a better offer with 400mins as at least your getting 1GB data unlike crappy 02 and Vodafone




with that deal you only get 500 mb of internet i believe....
with this one 1GB as stated in the top quote :)
#18
not a bad deal!
#19
For iPhone4 and iPad users/potential owners: You can buy a sim cutter on fleabay or somewhere else, it is like a tiny hole puncher, and get a micro sim adapter in case if you want to put it back in any devices that takes normal sized sim

£10.5 x24 + £599 PayG iPhone does not look too bad at all for a iPhone
Cant afford one though

If I do get an iPhone will definately buy a cutter anyway, have a bunch of sim cards for networks outside UK and I am sure most of them cannot give me free new micro sim cards in time delivered to UK. Will be happily cutting for anyone if I buy the phone
Also I think someone mentioned the micro sim adapter to full size sims will be provided free of charge in O2 stores
#20
gekkoa
Are Virgin still T-Mobile? Crap coverage around here as it is in many parts of the UK. Good deals otherwise


TMobile and Orange merge on July 1st so coverage will be a lot better for people on either tariff.
#21
new ipad has the micro sim too, which stops you doing stuff like getting a cheap/good deal on a sim and sticking it in :(
#22
Tyler Halifax;8856813
TMobile and Orange merge on July 1st so coverage will be a lot better for people on either tariff.

I have been looking at information about this as I used to be on Orange and was getting excellent signal in my house. Since switching to TMobile I now receive NOTHING anywhere within a 10 metre radius of the house.

Do you have a source for this particular date?
1 Like #23
this is a good deal, but being on virgin for broadband i think i'd prefer my phone to be on another provider so i don't lose everthing if they have a problem. that's the handy thing about my 3g dongle, the odd time virgin is down i can still get online and look at pictures of naked ladies on the internet
#24
This is a good deal and if you get the equivilent of oranges signal as well it's much better! Be interesting to see how the micro sim cutters work!!
#25
uni
this is a good deal, but being on virgin for broadband i think i'd prefer my phone to be on another provider so i don't lose everthing if they have a problem. that's the handy thing about my 3g dongle, the odd time virgin is down i can still get online and look at pictures of naked ladies on the internet


:-D haha have some rep buddy!! :thumbsup:
#26
and £30 quidco?
1 Like #27
Tyler Halifax
TMobile and Orange merge on July 1st so coverage will be a lot better for people on either tariff.


It will be [url]www.everythingeverywhere.co.uk[/url]
#28
Hammondhammond;8856918

Cheers! Have some rep too :)
#29
satnam99
I have been looking at information about this as I used to be on Orange and was getting excellent signal in my house. Since switching to TMobile I now receive NOTHING anywhere within a 10 metre radius of the house.

Do you have a source for this particular date?


I read this earlier in the year on Newsnow.net . I have both Orange and TMobile phone (coincidentally) and have kept this date in mind. I can search the archives on Newsnow to show.
#30
Instead of paying for a sim card cutter just get a free PAYG sim card and use it to practise with. Cut it to the right size, once done you can use that as a stencil for cutting your contract sim card.
#31
cold from me. ... reason

t-mobile £15 12month contract
600mins
unlimited internet or landline or any other booster
500 txts
#32
This is a good deal, so I'm voting hot,

but T-mobile might appeal to people as an alternative, if they use more than 1GB a month and if they don't mind being tied into a slightly longer contract.

All T-mobile contracts with android phones currently come with 3GB of internet a month for free, with tethering included as an added bonus (source)

And for example a phone like the Samsung galaxy portal is currently free on a £15 a month contract

For which you get

300 minutes (less than 400 I know)
300 texts
the aforementioned 3GB Internet
and a flexible booster which can be used to give you the unlimited texts or could be used for something more useful if you dont text a lot like unlimited landline calls, free international calls, or £7.50 of roaming credit each month to name a few, and usefully the booster can be changed each month.

You could probably sell the portal for about £150 making your monthly costs about £8.75 a fair compromise for being tied in for 24 months instead of 12 I think. You can also get £40 cashback through topcashback, lowering costs further.

Obviously I realise most people will prefer the virgin deal as they are only tied in for 12 months, but for those willing to be tied in longer, or those who know they will use more than 1GB data or fancy tethering I feel this might be more useful.

Hope someone finds this useful.

P.S I'm not sure whether the portal is the most valuable android phone that's free on a £15 contract, people might want to check whether T-mobile do a more valuable free one.
#33
It's a good deal but I have a Virgin mobile phone which is, at best, OK because the Internet speed and coverage are very hit and miss.
#34
hi
how much Quidco you get for £20 rolling contract ?
#35
Slightly off topic, but wondered if anyone on her could help. I have an 18mth contract with 3. My phone is a Nokia E71. If I was to buy an unlocked Iphone 3GS would my 3 USIM work ok in the IPhone. Cheers.
#36
Not a bad deal really.
couple of things to consider though,

something like an Iphone uses 1gb on standby. T-mobile allow 3gb usage on their inlimited but you won't get that on 12 month.

Virgin won't give you any deals better at the end of your contract though, and won't negotiate, thats why I left. If you have a phone good deal, but in 12 months with someone else you may be able to get a better deal for a retention with another provider, if you'd like to change your phone.

My virgin coverage was better than my new T-mobile coverage. Never had a real issue with that.
#37
Yes that will work fine. The only handsets that won't work with 3 are 2G handsets.

Three roams on to Orange if out of Three coverage but there are some locations where they don't do this as the coverage is meant to be so good with Three.

Norman Whiteside
Slightly off topic, but wondered if anyone on her could help. I have an 18mth contract with 3. My phone is a Nokia E71. If I was to buy an unlocked Iphone 3GS would my 3 USIM work ok in the IPhone. Cheers.
#38
From reading the press releases it seems the companies merge officially 1st July but it will be some time later in the year that network merging begins.

However it seems they will merge networks then start decommissioning duplicate cell towers so coverage may start as excellent then drop slightly as they remove the excess capacity. This is the main reason for the merger so they can reduce network costs.

Tyler Halifax
TMobile and Orange merge on July 1st so coverage will be a lot better for people on either tariff.
#39
http://www.tesco.com/mobilenetwork/images/2734_PM_Uncapped_Table_337x200.gif

£15 per month rolling contract with 500 mins.

Take it out of this if you are abroad, or over Christmas etc, and it becomes massively cheaper, and you can immediately walk away if they annoy you.
#40
ibiza
http://www.tesco.com/mobilenetwork/images/2734_PM_Uncapped_Table_337x200.gif

£15 per month rolling contract with 500 mins.

Take it out of this if you are abroad, or over Christmas etc, and it becomes massively cheaper, and you can immediately walk away if they annoy you.



from tesco "Unlimited calls, texts, web & data: fair use policy applies. Monthly data allowance 500Mb."

with this apparently its 1GB

:)

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