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Three Sim Only 600 minutes 8GB Data Unlimited Text £13pm - £156.00 instore @ Three

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£156.00 @ Three
My Sim Only contract with Three ends next month,so spoke to Three Customer Services,who would not give me a better deal. Went into the Three Store in Leeds this afternoon.They had the Sim Only plan I… Read More
My Sim Only contract with Three ends next month,so spoke to Three Customer Services,who would not give me a better deal. Went into the Three Store in Leeds this afternoon.They had the Sim Only plan I…
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£9.00 SIMO 4g 4gb, 2500 mins, unlimited text (9 x 12 months - £108) - includes Data rollover @ Virgin Mobile

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£9.00 @ Virgin Mobile
Looking for a SIMO and found virgin have another flash sale this month. £9 for 4gb of rollover 4G data (uses EE network) 2500 mins and unlimited text. You also get free whats app and Facebook Messenge… Read More
Looking for a SIMO and found virgin have another flash sale this month. £9 for 4gb of rollover 4G data (uses EE network) 2500 mins and unlimited text. You also get free whats app and Facebook Messenge…
bwsmith86 Avatar16h, 12m agoFound 16 hours, 12 minutes ago28 Comments
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The £9- rate is for 12 months so don't get how people are saying it will in crease in July? July 2018 next year maybe.

Edited By: Flymo123 on Jun 23, 2017 00:37
Seems a good deal as was paying £9- for 1500 minutes and 2GB data - so just switched it. If there is a rise it won't be until this time next year in which case you can change. I never use all my minutes and data anyway but it's always there if needed.

Edited By: Flymo123 on Jun 22, 2017 23:54
Ralph888
I wouldn't trust this lot after the price hike issues I've had with them in the past. I wonder as this offer finishes on the 29th June new subscribers will be hit by there first increase in a a day or so after. This is from the t's and c's of the contract
''The charge for your airtime plan will increase with your July bill each year. Any increase will be in line with the retail Price Index (RPI) rate of inflation announced in the April before and we’ll always give you 30 days’ notice of the exact increase each year.''

From what the customer services said to me was I have brought this deal this year i won't be hit by the rpi increase this year not that i believe what they said they offered me a new package was a great deal ran my credit check again they said it has all gone through you will start this package on your refresh date that day rolls around and I'm still on my old one I rang up and was told the package I was offered expired weeks ago and the lady who offered it me was wrong no idea why virgin media are using a South African call centre clearly they have no idea whats going on half the time


Edited By: mc_lines on Jun 22, 2017 22:45
If you have issues with Virgin, just use Resolver and you will get a call back within 24 hours and issues solved at a higher level.
J4GG4
Ajibee
Recently went with BT Mobile for my family - they're offering 6GB/unlimited/unlimited on EE (their network) x five sims for £42pm + £40 Amazon/itunes voucher. Don't normally like BT, but this is a stonking deal if you need multiple sims (not so good with just one or two). Also includes free BT wifi. 12 month contract on first sim, monthly on all the others. Offer rums for another day or so. HTH someone.
I was on BT last year and they were faultless.
The only gripe i had was at time of renewal they gave me absolutely no deal.
I can't seem to ever get a good retention deal with any company i've ever been with. Got my mrs down to £8 though from £16 on her Tmobile contact.
I'll be happy to put up with this deal for the same-ish price in 12 months time, other things being the same. Meant to mention, don't think there was a credit check as it is on my existing landline account, and they also have the option to cap expenditure separately on each sim.
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02 sim only 12gb of data, unlimited calls, unlimited text for £18 p/m FOR 12 Months Total £216.00 (poss £14.66 after cashback)

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£216.00 @ O2
02 sim only 12gb of data, unlimited calls, unlimited text for £18 with poss £40 cash back with TCB. factor this in and you pay £14.66 per month for 12 month. Thought this was not a bad price and ma… Read More
02 sim only 12gb of data, unlimited calls, unlimited text for £18 with poss £40 cash back with TCB. factor this in and you pay £14.66 per month for 12 month. Thought this was not a bad price and ma…
Clarkie_ Avatar2d, 6h agoFound 2 days, 6 hours ago3 Comments
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Jenn101
I'm with o2, signed up a few months ago via USWITCH - I get 20MB data and unlimited calls/txts for £18
20MB for £18 - I'd ask for a refund!
LOL, GB :P
Jenn101
I'm with o2, signed up a few months ago via USWITCH - I get 20MB data and unlimited calls/txts for £18


20MB for £18 - I'd ask for a refund!
I'm with o2, signed up a few months ago via USWITCH - I get 20MB data and unlimited calls/txts for £18
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Plusnet SIMO Unlimited min + Unlimited text + 5Gb data £10.00 p/m 30 day rolling contract

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£10.00 @ Plusnet
Found this on MSE website, it's much better offer than going direct to Plusnet. Uses EE network. 30 day rolling contract. Offer available until 2nd July. MSE info link http://www.moneysavingexpe… Read More
Found this on MSE website, it's much better offer than going direct to Plusnet. Uses EE network. 30 day rolling contract. Offer available until 2nd July. MSE info link http://www.moneysavingexpe…
heathead Avatar2d, 8h agoFound 2 days, 8 hours ago27 Comments
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Thanks
Just upgraded my 5gb 1500 min plan to this one.. Via online chat.. Happy Days.. Cheers OP. :):)
Midjet76
Anyone tried to upgrade the 4gb package for a tenner yet?

I just upgraded from the 4gb package to 5gb using online chat (10 min wait but sorted within mins)
grifz
garlum
Tried twice to order this deal. Both times I got a message along the lines of "oops something went wrong try again". Can't vote hot on that basis. Would be hot if order would go through.
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Order payment process seems to only work on Internet explorer search engine. As advised on the other £8.50 plusnet deal post.
Thank you for the info. Ordered now and confirmation email received.
Cheers.
still got my virgin 1 month - 20gb, 5000 mins. Not seeing any deal around like it.
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Sim Only Deal 2500 minutes + Unlimited texts + 3.5GB 4G Data £8.50 per month 30 day contract @ Plusnet via uSwitch

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£8.50 @ Plusnet
Sim Only Deal - 30 Day contract 2500 minutes + Unlimited texts + 3.5GB 4G Data £8.50 per month @ Plusnet via uSwitch https://www.uswitch.com/mobiles/sim_only_deal/ab34a921c0b314802735414cbe4… Read More
Sim Only Deal - 30 Day contract 2500 minutes + Unlimited texts + 3.5GB 4G Data £8.50 per month @ Plusnet via uSwitch https://www.uswitch.com/mobiles/sim_only_deal/ab34a921c0b314802735414cbe4…
itsvimal Avatar3d, 6h agoFound 3 days, 6 hours ago26 Comments
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I hope someone from plusnet reads this.
YOU ARE A BUNCH OF MUPPETS.
myself and 4 other ppl trued to order this online and got a error after submitting payment details. 20,minutes waiting on live chat only to be told there is no order even though our money has left the bank. you bunch of c@#ts
is this still available
I moved to plusnet 4 months ago and I often have issues in central London with calls dropping or the quality of the call being really poor. I didn't experienced this when I was with three, so I assume it's a problem with plusnet.
Ordered cheers dude. Internet explorer is the only search engine that will process the payment.

Thanks for the heads up Maclemming
Nope. Their prices seem good but there not all that. Got drafted in when they swallowed up lifemobile and its been ok, customer service terrible (but when isn't it) Trouble is i've not been able to send texts for the past three days and i'm all good my end had a look online and its a common problem apparently. Pac code request imminent.
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Three Sim Only Contact 4 GB 4G, Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts, 12 month contract, £9/month £108.00 ( £5.25/month after cashback -TCB)

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£108.00 @ Three
£45 cashback cash back available here. Thought it was a pretty good deal once cash back was factored in. Read More
£45 cashback cash back available here. Thought it was a pretty good deal once cash back was factored in.
Gibss Avatar3d, 8h agoFound 3 days, 8 hours ago10 Comments
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Can actually get it for £4.13 a month if you can be bothered. mobilephonesdirect offer this for £5 a month after redeeming cashback then you can also get £10.50 cashback on SIM only plans via TopCashback.
Not sure why so cold. TCB often takes a long time to come through. Think this is a great deal as long as they pay up on the cashback. Its worth noting that non-eu Roaming and tethering are not included. Still a good deal.
Hot
J4GG4
Has anyone ever successfully received cashback from three.. ever?.

yes, i did. i joined them last november on this particular deal for £9 a month with £25 cashback on offer. it tracked within a few hours but it only paid out mid may this year, 6 months later.
Cancelled my contract today with them after being a customer for 6-7 years, pathetic deals offered more than whats being offered online, and over the last few months poor coverage aroudn local area. Three were good for there useage for romaing and tethering over the last couple of years but other networks now offer better deals+retensions along with the new changes in EU roaming and other providers allowing tethering was a no brainer to me.
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Sim only plan £1,000.00

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£1000.00 @ iD Mobile
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Anon32 Avatar3d, 11h agoFound 3 days, 11 hours ago4 Comments
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It's because their customer service is appalling when they cock up. I mean REALLY SHOCKINGLY bad.
I took out a SIM with them, but found a better deal and cancelled it the day after it arrived under the 14 day cooling off period.
I didn't even register the SIM, all I did was register my login details on their website.

I called them, cancelled, and they told me that was fine.
They sent me a bill. I called them, they told me it was fine, and to ignore it.

Then they sent another bill. And a reminder.
I called them again, they assured me they'd cancel it and close the account.

Then I got a letter from CARS debt collection agency, who I called, explained the situation to, and who quite reasonably for them told me they'd still have to pursue it unless they heard it from ID mobile, but they'd put a note on the account saying I'd been in touch and they should expect a call from ID. I half-jokingly said they they probably wouldn't manage it and we'd have to speak again.
Called ID 3 more times, eventually someone sorted it. I got a letter apologising for the 'mix up', but no compensation for the hit to my credit report (albeit temporary), and the hours wasted trying to get them to cancel one title SIM.

And that's why they get voted cold.
kos1c
Not sure why I.D mobile get voted cold. I'm tempted to switch to them after my Vodafone contract ends. Had I.d for 6 months for the ex, no issue with service. App management was 6/10, enough to track your usage. Ending my contract was simple. Help via Twitter support and phone line support. Much cheaper than what Vodafone would offer.
Benzyl
Did you forget how to number today?
I came here to laugh....left sufficiently satisfied.
Did you forget how to number today?
Not sure why I.D mobile get voted cold.
I'm tempted to switch to them after my Vodafone contract ends.

Had I.d for 6 months for the ex, no issue with service. App management was 6/10, enough to track your usage.

Ending my contract was simple. Help via Twitter support and phone line support.

Much cheaper than what Vodafone would offer.
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SIM only 2gb 1000 mins unlimited texts £5.99 1 month contract @ TPO

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£5.99 @ The Peoples Operator
Seems to be the cheapest place for 2gb data. Different comparison sites seem to have different offers for the same network, this link via broadband choices is £5.99 for 2gb. Also found: 2.5gb 700 min… Read More
Seems to be the cheapest place for 2gb data. Different comparison sites seem to have different offers for the same network, this link via broadband choices is £5.99 for 2gb. Also found: 2.5gb 700 min…
hsjluk Avatar5d, 2h agoFound 5 days, 2 hours ago26 Comments
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Bait and Switch experience with TPO for me.

I went for on a cheapo rolling 30 day deal with them a year or so ago. They increased the tariff within a few months to something definitely not competitive. So I left. They still owe me a few quid refund which has been written off.

I have two contracts for my kids with ID mobile. They can be difficult to deal with (nightmare trying to just change tariff) but at least there's no financial chicanery with ID.
nascent
Whats the best cheap data sim these days? Without broadband for a while, need data cheap.
Three network. Check the HUKD mega sim only post.
Whats the best cheap data sim these days? Without broadband for a while, need data cheap.
Unknown company. Took the gamble on a £3.99 sim only monthly for wife. Switched over from Virgin, set up process was easy. Abit dated how they did the number change as I had to communicate via email rather than 1 simple request. Plus - get to choose free charity to donate to. Service so far so good as they use the 3 network. Another oddly thing I found was I had to pay the 1st months bill in advance with the card rather than DD :D

Edited By: akuar on Jun 18, 2017 18:43: Information
mikeypr
How are TPO as an operator? Will I get hassle from them if I leave?

Is it just worth staying on 123 with Three?
When I tried to leave, there was no real person to talk to. I was advised by automatic message to use website to contact them. I did and I sent an e-mail. They didn't respond for two weeks, so I cancelled my direct debit. Next day I could't make a phone call or txt or anything although it was half through the month that I paid for and had so much allowance left.
Eventually after over a month someone dealt with it, but I had to email them five or six times (no response) and wait another two months for them to delete my account and stop invoicing me.


Edited By: maries on Jun 18, 2017 18:11
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EE SIMO, 15GB data, unlimited calls and texts, free BT Sport, 6 months Apple Music and free roaming in EU and ten other countries inc USA, Australia and Canada £15.99 a month for 12 months - total cost: £191.88 (EXISTING CUSTOMERS)

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I posted a similar deal a few months back. But this one is slightly cheaper but with much better roaming including US. I took out a similar contract in march but decided I wanted roaming outside of EU… Read More
I posted a similar deal a few months back. But this one is slightly cheaper but with much better roaming including US. I took out a similar contract in march but decided I wanted roaming outside of EU…
Chillbo Avatar5d, 10h agoFound 5 days, 10 hours ago75 Comments
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mfowden
If you have a mhl compatiable phone you can connect to tv through hdmi port and watch in full hd. EE only allow you to watch bt sport on the device with ee's sim card in it. you can't chrome cast and on iPhone with tv out connector you get a warning message on not output. MHL phones the only way to go.

if you have a Windows phone, you can play it on a laptop / desktop pc and use an hdmi able to a tv.
Thank you so much for the heads up. I have managed to get this exact deal with retentions by quoting HUKD.
If you have a mhl compatiable phone you can connect to tv through hdmi port and watch in full hd. EE only allow you to watch bt sport on the device with ee's sim card in it. you can't chrome cast and on iPhone with tv out connector you get a warning message on not output. MHL phones the only way to go.
JamesStam
just a thought, does this plan include tethering?


Yes.
just a thought, does this plan include tethering?
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Vodafone Sim Only Deals & Contracts | Carphone Warehouse £20pm / 12 m £240.00

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£240.00 @ Carphone Warehouse
Decent sim only deal. You also get a £50 Currys/pc world card. 20Gb of data, unlimited text, unlimited calls and global roaming for £20 a month. Read More
Decent sim only deal. You also get a £50 Currys/pc world card. 20Gb of data, unlimited text, unlimited calls and global roaming for £20 a month.
kmart76 Avatar1w, 12m agoFound 1 week, 12 minutes ago19 Comments
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anyone know if I'm currently with Vodafone can i port my number to one of those Vodafone deals, retention line not coming close to those prices
spencer24
andyb83
spencer24
andyb83
3 will do 30gb of data for the same price if you call. Plus vodafone has terrible coverage and customer service.
You are promoting 3 as a good deal and say Vodafone have bad coverage! some people say the craziest of things
Yes, it's a fact that vodafone's coverage is very poor in more areas than most other networks.
Really? I think I'll leave that one to the 3 tinted speck wearing brigade


The fact that this deal is freeeeezing cold tells you everything you need to know.
andyb83
spencer24
andyb83
3 will do 30gb of data for the same price if you call. Plus vodafone has terrible coverage and customer service.

You are promoting 3 as a good deal and say Vodafone have bad coverage! some people say the craziest of things

Yes, it's a fact that vodafone's coverage is very poor in more areas than most other networks.
Here are some facts for you.
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/4g-coverage-best-mobile-network-uk-cities-ee-o2-vodafone-london-edinburgh-belfast-leeds-manchester-a7671071.html
andyb83
spencer24
andyb83
3 will do 30gb of data for the same price if you call. Plus vodafone has terrible coverage and customer service.
You are promoting 3 as a good deal and say Vodafone have bad coverage! some people say the craziest of things
Yes, it's a fact that vodafone's coverage is very poor in more areas than most other networks.
Really? I think I'll leave that one to the 3 tinted speck wearing brigade
andyb83
longbowassassin
andyb83
3 will do 30gb of data for the same price if you call. Plus vodafone has terrible coverage and customer service.
Fail, Vodafone fantastic coverage for me but 3 is rubbish so depends on your location like ALL networks....
You might want to do a little research.
With what?
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2000 minutes - 5000 texts - 15GB for the first 6 months, 10GB thereafter (data rollover) - 12 months sim only contract @ iD Mobile (uSwitch Exclusive) £15.00 month

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2000 minutes 5000 texts 15GB for the first 6 months, 10GB thereafter 12 months sim only contract £15.00 month Why choose iD Mobile? Great Value 4G Plans Three great value 4G plans available on SI… Read More
2000 minutes 5000 texts 15GB for the first 6 months, 10GB thereafter 12 months sim only contract £15.00 month Why choose iD Mobile? Great Value 4G Plans Three great value 4G plans available on SI…
szaman81 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago12 Comments
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yzr
what's so special about this?
don't forget it's on 3 the worst network.
Apparently not...
https://www.lovemoney.com/news/12583/the-uks-worst-mobile-phone-provider
danh88
kashmemon
Sorry for being so dim but is that 15GB per month for 6 months or just 15GB for the entire first 6 months?


it'll be 15GB for the first 6 months then 10GB for the last 6 months


per month, he means ;)
kashmemon
Sorry for being so dim but is that 15GB per month for 6 months or just 15GB for the entire first 6 months?


it'll be 15GB for the first 6 months then 10GB for the last 6 months
Sorry for being so dim but is that 15GB per month for 6 months or just 15GB for the entire first 6 months?
dobo
I've been on iD for over a year, I walk around with zero signal for most of the day. Awful coverage.


I've been with ID for 2 years now, great network, coverage has been as good as if not better than the Mrs O2. Their app is the best I've used for a network, really simple and clear, and when I had to call CS (to end my 12 month deal to 1 month rolling) it was answered in a few minutes.
I suppose everyone has their own personal beef with one network or another, but honestly this has been a great network for me, hope they don't change.
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500 minutes - Unlimited texts - 5gb 4G data - 30 days sim only contract @ Plusnet Mobile £11.00 month

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£11.00 @ Plusnet
500 minutes Unlimited texts 5gb 4G data 30 days sim only contract Inclusive minutes include calls to UK landlines starting 01, 02 or 03, voicemail and any UK mobile network. Inclusive standard text Read More
500 minutes Unlimited texts 5gb 4G data 30 days sim only contract Inclusive minutes include calls to UK landlines starting 01, 02 or 03, voicemail and any UK mobile network. Inclusive standard text
szaman81 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago13 Comments
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I have the VM with 20GB for £15 a month which is great, but really would love for one of the networks to do a 10GB for £10 deal.

As at the moment it's either waaaaay too much data, or not enough.
niconelove
why does no one do more than 5gb, that's no where near enough for a 21 year old :(
VM do a 20gb with rollover
Not an especially enticing plus.net deal compared to some of their more recent ones. Maybe this is the shape of things to come now networks have to allow roaming.
niconelove
why does no one do more than 5gb, that's no where near enough for a 21 year old :(
Lots of providers offer plans with far more than 5GB of data.

Three offer unlimited data if you're willing to pay for it and plenty of others offer plans with 10GB+.
niconelove
why does no one do more than 5gb, that's no where near enough for a 21 year old :(


Plenty do more than 5gb, Vodafone, ee, virgin, 3 to name a few
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Three - £10 for 4GB. unlimited text & minutes 12 months £120.00 and get back £25 in Amazon vouchers when you refer someone else (max £125 amazon vouchers)

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£120.00 @ Three
This deal is usually £10, but sometimes goes down to £9 You get 4GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, this would be a great plan for kids and family, plus the referral system would be good to get t… Read More
This deal is usually £10, but sometimes goes down to £9 You get 4GB data, unlimited texts and minutes, this would be a great plan for kids and family, plus the referral system would be good to get t…
icrywolf Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago2 Comments
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Three has rubbish 4G coverage and there was same deal from EE for £5.00 a month. Have another cold vote
Don't understand the cold votes. I signed upto this the other day but paid the £11 so I could use the hotspot and feel at home. 4gb plus unlimited mins/texts. Great if you got wifi coz 4gb still a fair bit. Heat added
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SIM Only Unlimited Min/Text 12 month contract £10 p/m £120.00 - (£6 per month after cashback) @ mobilephones direct

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£120.00 @ MobilePhones Direct
This quite nice deal which is £10/month on three website but on mobile phone directs they have £4 cashback which included in monthly dd. Around £10 cash back from topcashback. enjoy Read More
This quite nice deal which is £10/month on three website but on mobile phone directs they have £4 cashback which included in monthly dd. Around £10 cash back from topcashback. enjoy
webbyfox Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago6 Comments
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webbyfox
Check the url

I have.

Click on the (i) green circle.
The £6 is misleading IMHO and only achievable if claiming back and MPD paying up.

I'd take this deal if I was paying £6 per month by DD.

'£10.00
Before Cashback'

Edited By: backinstock on Jun 11, 2017 20:59:
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webbyfox
you only pay £6/month normally its £10.

I see it differently.

I see it as having to claim back the money in intervals.
If I'm wrong, I must be missing something.


Check the url
webbyfox
you only pay £6/month normally its £10.

I see it differently.

I see it as having to claim back the money in intervals.
If I'm wrong, I must be missing something.
backinstock
'they have £4 cashback which included in monthly dd.'
Where does it say that?
you only pay £6/month normally its £10.
'they have £4 cashback which included in monthly dd.'

Where does it say that?
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200 minutes - Unlimited texts - 2gb data - 1 month sim only contract @ Three £7.00 month uSwitch exclusive (Normal price £13)

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Three Essential Plan (uSwitch exclusive) 200 minutes Unlimited texts 2gb data 1 month sim only contract £7 month (Normally £13 month) Free delivery Read More
Three Essential Plan (uSwitch exclusive) 200 minutes Unlimited texts 2gb data 1 month sim only contract £7 month (Normally £13 month) Free delivery
szaman81 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago3 Comments
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Don't expect to get the same network coverage with ID mobile as you would get with Three. I know it sounds strange but I had ID mobile and in a side by side comparison with a mobile running Three the signal strength was much lower in several locations.
£7.50 - ID Mobile - 2GB, 500mins, 5000sms - https://www.idmobile.co.uk/shop/plans/sim-only-deals - Also have a 3gb deal for 50p more.

That's the best price I can find elsewhere.

Some other looking around I found this at £5 a month for 1.5gb, 200minutes and 5000sms but with Data roll over so if you've got 500mb left at the end of the month it rolls over so probably a better deal if your data use is a bit more hit and miss. Excuse the referral link it's one from broadband choices.

https://www.idmobile.co.uk/checkout/checkout.php?buy=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&delivery_choice=375&wlcode=idmobile

If you're a plusnet customer they do the same deal as the first ID one.

I literally can't find a better deal than this on a rolling monthly deal (or a 12+ contract). So heat added, I'll leave the other options I found up as I'm sure someone else will find them handy.

Edited By: Astec123 on Jun 10, 2017 15:51
Awful network. Biggest mistake I ever made.
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Three. 30GB Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 12 Month Contract - £16 p/m after cash back (+ extra £10.50 from TC) @ MobilePhones Direct. Total cost: £312.00 before cashback

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Three Sim Only Deal: - 30GB Data - Unlimited Minutes - Unlimited Texts - 12 Month Contract Originally £26.00 inc VAT per month Includes £120 Cashback - Which effectively reduces the monthly line re… Read More
Three Sim Only Deal: - 30GB Data - Unlimited Minutes - Unlimited Texts - 12 Month Contract Originally £26.00 inc VAT per month Includes £120 Cashback - Which effectively reduces the monthly line re…
fuz Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago2 Comments
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sanchez1st
Why is this voted cold? Even without the cashback it's cheaper than Three direct.

Indeed, it's an insane deal, plus it's a Three advanced plan so you get Feel at Home; 60+ countries you can travel to while using your plan at the same cost as you do in the UK.

But that's HUKD for you! 3p saving on a snickers and it'd be 1000 degrees. :D
Why is this voted cold? Even without the cashback it's cheaper than Three direct.
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500 minutes - 1000 texts - 1gb 4G data - 30 days sim only contract @ Plusnet Mobile £5.00 month

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£5.00 @ Plusnet
500 minutes 1000 texts 1gb 4G data 30 days sim only contract Inclusive minutes include calls to UK landlines starting 01, 02 or 03, voicemail and any UK mobile network. Inclusive standard text messa… Read More
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szaman81 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago42 Comments
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iceberg
Sorry to hijack this one.
My contract is coming to an end soon. I currently have unlimited mins, text and 4GB Data on Three.
I could go down to 1000mins 100 texts but I'd like a bit more data... maybe 5GB.
Can anyone recommend a good deal, please? Plusnet is doing a deal for £15 per month and and Tesco has an option for £13.50. Are those as good as it gets?
Ideally, I'd also like "3like home" EU roaming.
Thanks in advance.

500 mins, ult texts, 5gb data for £10 and roam like home! There is an unlimited version of this on mse but 500 mins tends to be enough
Sorry to hijack this one.
My contract is coming to an end soon. I currently have unlimited mins, text and 4GB Data on Three.
I could go down to 1000mins 100 texts but I'd like a bit more data... maybe 5GB.
Can anyone recommend a good deal, please? Plusnet is doing a deal for £15 per month and and Tesco has an option for £13.50. Are those as good as it gets?
Ideally, I'd also like "3like home" EU roaming.

Thanks in advance.

Edited By: iceberg on Jun 21, 2017 12:44: Added info
I've been using them for a few months now, their fb customer service is amazing, they sorted something out for me at midnight within a couple of minutes of msging them on facebook but one issue I have is when any bank from lloyds banking group ring me for verification my phone sends it to voicemail so I cant do any transfers or set up banking apps :/ has anybody else had this issue? They cant help because I dont know the number which they use and the banks wont give it to me.
If your a Sky customer, they are doing UC, UT and 1gb on 12 months sim only for £5 per month.
This deal to me looks like the life mobile deals going about a while ago.

If I remember right turned out that EE wasn't giving life mobile the same quality of voice calling as the full customers were getting. My phone showed 4/5bar and time after time calls dropped or just wouldn't connect.

So I wouldn't be jumping on a deal like this again will stick to main suppliers. That's my advise anyways for what's its worth.
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EE sim only 4gb data, unlimited minutes and texts £5/month £60.00 12 month contract

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As title says, just need to have a pay as you go aim already to transfer only a few hours until this runs out at time of posting Still works order sim only £24.99 tarrif & put in voucher cod… Read More
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Quacksta Avatar2w, 6h agoFound 2 weeks, 6 hours ago849 Comments
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Fab deal, huge thank you to op. Hope it all goes well :D
paulandpam1
king84
although my paper bill and online bill show £24.98 my first payment direct debit was £4.98 and my number has transferred over from three too. Great deal! 50mbps speeds too.
Same here with my paper bill, mine came out the bank today but it was for £4.99 so your a penny better off than me :p


my next one will be £4.99 apparently lol
king84
although my paper bill and online bill show £24.98 my first payment direct debit was £4.98 and my number has transferred over from three too. Great deal! 50mbps speeds too.
Same here with my paper bill, mine came out the bank today but it was for £4.99 so your a penny better off than me :p
although my paper bill and online bill show £24.98 my first payment direct debit was £4.98 and my number has transferred over from three too. Great deal! 50mbps speeds too.
Rang up yesterday and said I'd set up the sim and it was supposed to be £5 but showing £24.98, They asked for my name and address, 4 mins on hold and it was sorted. £20 loyalty now showing in add ons and this months bill showing as paid.

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30GB 4G Data, 600 mins, Ultd Texts £20pm (30 day rolling) / 30GB 4G Data, 600 mins, Unltd texts £18pm (12 month plan) @ Three

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Live chat worked best for me, call centre wouldn't budge, although I didn't go through to retentions where I'd probably have had more luck. Live chat offered me all-you-can eat-data, unlimited texts and 200 minutes for £15 after originally offering me all-you-can-eat data, unlimited texts and 600 minutes for £20. Also doesn't affect my contract term period.https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/yAUrM/31268889.jpghttps://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/IrV69/31268889.jpghttps://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/F9QNR/31268889.jpg
tariq3877
There is no personal hotspot on this personal hotspot is only allowed on plus plans


I am on this plan and personal hotspot works fine.
tariq3877
There is no personal hotspot on this personal hotspot is only allowed on plus plans

Not true, included on Advanced plans but not Essential plans. That said, I'm not sure how they actually restrict hotspot usage or penalize you if you use it.
It's a good deal; I've been on it for a while now (4 months) but, and it's a but, I came from EE (who basically laughed at me for even mentioning matching it) who were superior in calls and data/4g availability. Three hasn't let me down, nor have I felt I've missed out, but I rarely get 4g signal on the South coast. I figured it was worth a go for the cost as I buy my phones outright. it was.
There is no personal hotspot on this personal hotspot is only allowed on plus plans
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5£ monthly deal on ee. 1gb 1000mins and unlimited texts. ends on midnight 8th June 2017. I received a text from ee. Read More
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Asad_Raza Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago47 Comments
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i got mine, free apple music for 6 months, and its 5 quid had my dd confirmation
Received mine yesterday, signed up to my ee to check balances, says my monthly bill is £25.
I just received an email from EE saying they "have performed a credit check and unfortunately cannot continue with the order right now". That is **** as I had already passed the credit check at applying stage. Clearly, EE is using this strategy to not give the £5 SIM offer to peeps.
Has anyone who ordered the SIM received it or even an email saying it has been dispatched? I ordered on Thursday but no word yet on dispatch from EE. Thanks guys.
yzr
ee is terrible network
thanks for travelling every square metre of the uk and comparing every sim operator signal
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SIMO UL Texts & Min, 8GB of data 12 months £17 p/m £204.00 (£8.75 per month post cashback) on Vodafone @ Mobiles.co.uk

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flyingflea
This has gone up in price. Last week it was only £8 / month after cashback

Yep, seems to go up and down so maybe worth waiting if you're not in a hurry. For example the 25GB one went from £17 to £13 to £15.75 in the past month.
This has gone up in price. Last week it was only £8 / month after cashback
yes I got the same deal for £5.50 after cash back
friends, appreciate if you go easy. this is my 2nd deal post, first one went to cold storage :D , and I stopped trying!

I know similar deals keep coming, but this is a new one. price per GB of data is just over £1, which I believe is great.

cash back is assured if you are organised. enjoy. vote.
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O2 12 month sim only unlimited texts/calls & 6Gb data - £13 / 12mths - retention deal £156.00

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ryanmaddison Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago6 Comments
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sounds good.
I get 2gb for that price
is it only EE that get the heat? TCB give an automatic cheque back (£80) at the minute on 20gb for £20. That makes it less than £14 per month but gets voted cold.
O2 / Tesco now expensive in the airtime prices. They get voted cold. EE gives 1gb for £10 and gets squirted with a flamethrower?
Unless you have a certain phone on a certain network, it will never be hot.

For o2, this is an ok deal. The offers they have at 12gb for £18 is the best I have seen them do
They've got this tariff on offer at the minute for any customer for £15 a month and 12Gb data for £18 with unlimited minutes and texts so they've been a bit tight with the discount

O2 Sim Deals
Yes. I'm paying £15 for that.
Yes. ;)
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2500 minutes - Unlimited texts - 8gb 4G data (Rollover data) - 12 months sim only contract @ Virgin Mobile £14 month = £168.00

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szaman81 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago3 Comments
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Good find thanks
trickyfocus
I would not use virgin even if they gave me one million mins and all the data in the world for six pence a millennium


You need to tell people why or it just looks like a rant for no reason.
I would not use virgin even if they gave me one million mins and all the data in the world for six pence a millennium
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2500 minutes - Unlimited texts - 4gb 4G data (Rollover data) - 12 months sim only contract @ Virgin Mobile £11 month = £132.00

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szaman81 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago2 Comments
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I have two 30 days sim only contract
one is 5000 minutes and 20gb rollover data for £13 month
another is 5000 minutes and 6gb rollover data for £9 month
I suspect this went cold, as I am on virgin, with the same deal, except I pay £1.00 less and get 12GB of data.

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1500 minutes - Unlimited texts - 2gb 4G data (Rollever data)- 12 months sim only contract @ Virgin Mobile £8 month = £96.00

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szaman81 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago3 Comments
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looks good to me, although I don't know much about the virgin mobile network, heat added
Why the cold votes?
Not bad thanks
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szaman81 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago22 Comments
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lewislad101
This deal doesn't exist!

Virgin just took it off
I have listed new ones just nwo
This deal doesn't exist!
Deedie
szaman81
Deedie
szaman81
Deedie
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Deedie
szaman81
Deedie and ricaird clear your history/cookies, close the webpage and open a new one
that's not the issue. I tried on a different browser and different profile on pc. also on my phone
all showing £11
Can you see now
no
Here you go....http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj578/szaman81/Untitled_zpsv3xh0jdw.jpg
??????????
:)
I give up. obviously a unique deal for you only
X)
szaman81
Deedie
szaman81
Deedie
szaman81
Deedie
szaman81
Deedie and ricaird clear your history/cookies, close the webpage and open a new one
that's not the issue. I tried on a different browser and different profile on pc. also on my phone
all showing £11
Can you see now
no
Here you go....http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj578/szaman81/Untitled_zpsv3xh0jdw.jpg
??????????
:)

I give up. obviously a unique deal for you only
Deedie
szaman81
Deedie
szaman81
Deedie
szaman81
Deedie and ricaird clear your history/cookies, close the webpage and open a new one
that's not the issue. I tried on a different browser and different profile on pc. also on my phone
all showing £11
Can you see now
no
Here you go....http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj578/szaman81/Untitled_zpsv3xh0jdw.jpg
??????????
:)
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Three Sim Only 8Gb/600Mins/Unlimited Txts/12month Roaming £144.00 £7.83/month after poss TCB - Topcashback exclusive

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mgowans
Even without the TCB payment, is there a cheaper option?
Just last week I took this plan as an upgrade from 3 cost £15 would not budge, just called about this price but they still won't !!, was offered 30gb unlimited minutes/texts for £15 but on essentials which they reckon u still can't use feel at home can anyone confirm that ?


You can sort of.....I'm on three and I think the EU have made all networks allow free roaming in Europe. So you'll get to your allowance in Europe but if you want to use it in the USA or to tether you'll need an advanced contract.
mgowans
Even without the TCB payment, is there a cheaper option?
Just last week I took this plan as an upgrade from 3 cost £15 would not budge, just called about this price but they still won't !!, was offered 30gb unlimited minutes/texts for £15 but on essentials which they reckon u still can't use feel at home can anyone confirm that ?
Does somewhat depend on where you live. In Central London, I converted to 3 from Vodafone last year and haven't looked back. I can finally get usable signal!
Poor reception on 3............:((((
Even without the TCB payment, is there a cheaper option?
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Three SIM only - 12 months - 4gb data, unlimited mins/texts - £10/month (£6/month after £48 cashback) - £120.00 / £72

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Website says cashback is claimed at months 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. This is the essential SIM so no free roaming or hotspot. Read More
Website says cashback is claimed at months 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. This is the essential SIM so no free roaming or hotspot.
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jools2001
Dont rely on the cashback,three won't pay,or will only pay half,never use the cheating bar stewards again
I did have to appeal with quidco, eventually 11 months later I got the money
I appealed mine with tcb,it was £50, even confirmed by tcb,3 paid out £31.08, tcb said altho it was definately £50 when I purchased,if 3 wanted to lower it,then they could,which makes a mockery of cashback,and because of it,I closed my other 3 family accounts with three and moved to I.D,who will also get my business when my three 12 month contract ends.
Hopefully this will deter people to not rely on scheming threes cashback,which btw is NOT TCB fault its purely down to dishonest three!


Edited By: jools2001 on Jun 05, 2017 12:32
jools2001
Dont rely on the cashback,three won't pay,or will only pay half,never use the cheating bar stewards again
I did have to appeal with quidco, eventually 11 months later I got the money
Dont rely on the cashback,three won't pay,or will only pay half,never use the cheating bar stewards again
happymanuk
liamf12
As I've just got an essentials contract I looked into this today. I may be wrong but it looks as if they charge about 4p a min and similar for text and data for an essentials plan, usage doesn't come from your allowance and is chargeable, albeit cheap.. If you have feel at home it comes out of your allowance. Not totally clear if things change in costs soon but that's all I could find this afternoon.

See - https://www.threemicrosites.co.uk/euregulation/essentialplan


Don't know how you found that info. I googled and also went around in circles on the three website. Was going to wait until the date and look again.
That's great, thanks.
I've had two three sim only deals with TCB. ITS THE ONLY company that has ever not paid out with TCB. HENCE surmise THREE advertise cash back on TCB but don't pay out. I'm a huge TCB fan normally have had almost £1k cash back over the years,
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12GB Max Speed Plan on EE 12 Month SIMO with 24 months BT Sport, 6 months Apple Music, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 50 Country Roaming including EU and US/Canada with code MOVETOSIMO £16.99 per month - £203.88

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so, any chance cashback would work if I use this code?

topcashback giving £45 at the moment.
And who wants to watch sport on their phone..!!!!
Received the first bill today, a couple of days after getting this deal and receiving the SIM. Stated £19.99 and so I spent a good half an hour on the phone and needed to email them a printout of the checkout confirmation before they said that they applied the discount. I still cannot understand how they could make this mistake after all the cofirmations stating a monthly payment of 16.99 including VAT.
puddles9999
Cold got 30 gigs for this 2 months ago and 12 months apple music for £16 a month on 12 month contract with EE


can I borrow your time machine?
From my experience expect a whole world of problems in trying to get this deal as a NEW customer. I've FINALLY got the deal but not after making numerous phone calls, one call involved cancelling an additional sim only contract undertaken by ee without my knowledge.
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EE sim only retention deal - 500Mb, 1500mins, unlimited txt for £4.99 per month

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lol @ 500mb
Alfieourdog
On sim only rolling contract asked for PAC code and unlocking got offered nothing to stay after 4years with them
Your refusal to agree to a term contract has affected your status with EE.
On sim only rolling contract asked for PAC code and unlocking got offered nothing to stay after 4years with them
Just got unlimited calls and text, 4gb 4GEE Max data and 12 months of BT sport for £8.99, only disadvantage I see is 12 month contract against 1 month I would have got with Plusnet.
Retentions are great, just make up a reasonably believable competitor deal and they will match or beat it. They don't bother to check, even if you quote them a deal from a company also owned by the same parent company eg. Plusnet / EE
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1500 minutes - Unlimited texts - 4gb 4G data (Double data offer) - 30 days sim only contract @ Plusnet Mobile £10.00 month

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I know it may be a stupid question but does the price stated inc vat or is that separate? Reason I ask is that I signed up for the prev deal of 5gb a month with 1500 mins and unlimited text at £10 pmth and they have charged 20% tax so is £12 not £10.....

Prices include VAT>

I have a 5Gb 1500 min unlimited texts SIM only contract and pay £10 only. I think you need to get on to them.
I know it may be a stupid question but does the price stated inc vat or is that separate? Reason I ask is that I signed up for the prev deal of 5gb a month with 1500 mins and unlimited text at £10 pmth and they have charged 20% tax so is £12 not £10.....
Yes? Those offers don't compare unless im mistaken. Can you spell it out for me.
nixontim
Am tempted by this. is there anything else about at the moment offering better value?

Yes click below, they use EE's network just like Plusnet
http://store.virginmedia.com/virgin-media-mobile/sim-only/pay-monthly-sim.html

Edited By: szaman81 on Jun 04, 2017 01:36:
We're all on this deal in our house :-)
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12 months sim only deal with 3, unlimited minutes,texts and 4gb data £120 - £9 pm (possible £45 TCB) £108.00

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Hi can anyone provide a link for the £9 deal please? I can only see the the £10 one
and all for 7.50 a month if cashback is paid
Forgot to say unlimited text, 600 mins 8gb data can use abroad in feel at home countries for 12 pounds a month
JESUS!
There is also 4gb data and unlimited minutes and texts for £12 a month on the advanced plan which includes tethering and feel at home. A better deal if you do go abroad to the US or other countries included on the feel at home list.


Yes. Went for this for my wife. Cashback too.
There is also 4gb data and unlimited minutes and texts for £12 a month on the advanced plan which includes tethering and feel at home. A better deal if you do go abroad to the US or other countries included on the feel at home list.
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SIMO Unlimited Texts & Minutes +20gb of Data, 12 Months, £20 p/m Total £240.00 - Now - £10 p/m after mobiles.co.uk cashback, £120 for the year

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You missed who the network is.
Reporting as expired as found deal on HUkD already
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500 minutes - Unlimited texts - 3gb 4G data - 30 days sim only contract @ Plusnet Mobile (uSwitch Exclusive) £8.00 month

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seaniboy
Lloyds Banking Group/TSB customers should avoid EE and its MVNOs - as soon as the bank calls you it won't get through, and neither will any calls & texts until a new sim is sent each time.
Just a warning :)
Is that right? I wondered why my phone and texts stopped working after trying to set up a standing order via TSB calling me!!! Many thanks for the heads up, I'll avoid them.
Saban
seaniboy
Lloyds Banking Group/TSB customers should avoid EE and its MVNOs - as soon as the bank calls you it won't get through, and neither will any calls & texts until a new sim is sent each time.
Just a warning :)
Do you know if it is the whole EE network that effected by the Lloyds/TSB issue or just the MVNOs? I'm currently with Plusnet and need to switch providers due to this issue, but EE is the only decent signal I get where I live :(
You can set multiple numbers (At least 1 mobile and 1 home number) to verify standing orders / new payees. I certainly wouldn't let this influence my phone provider decision (Best price/4G availability) should be far bigger factors.
In the rare instance you can't get to your other phone (or don't have a landline), just phone up your bank and they'll do it over the phone in a couple of minutes.
And they will *eventually* get round to fixing it.
Hi
Oh no I would never let that get in the way of a good deal. I'm with plusnet and with TSB for my 2nd account. I've already deleted my mobile number from TSB and it works fine on my landline. However their telephone banking is dreadful they can't set up standing orders etc??? I tried!
It must be an issued and I tried setting up the standing order on Tuesday, and noticed on Wednesday that I couldn't get calls/texts. Strange.

I don't doubt their telephone banking is bad, if they told you they cannot do standing orders via telephone , as their own website disagrees:

"What you can do with Telephone Banking:

Check your up to date balance and recent transactions
Transfer money between your own and other UK bank accounts
Pay your bills
Cancel or hear details of your Direct Debits and set up standing orders
Order a debit card or a replacement PIN"

Sounds like a rubbish call center indeed :(


I know I was amazed they couldn't set up a standing order, they said it was a security issue??

I spoke to telephone banking who tried to rectify my app problem with not receiving calls, couldn't do I rung off not having set one up!

When I call first direct you can do everything in about a minute with no actual security (they do voice recognition) and are 100 times more helpful and useful.

When I called plusnet to raise the issue their response was sending a new SIM card in 2 business days (not including the weekend and bank holiday Monday) so about 5 days. Great.
citibadger
Firefly1
citibadger
seaniboy
Lloyds Banking Group/TSB customers should avoid EE and its MVNOs - as soon as the bank calls you it won't get through, and neither will any calls & texts until a new sim is sent each time.
Just a warning :)
Is that right? I wondered why my phone and texts stopped working after trying to set up a standing order via TSB calling me!!! Many thanks for the heads up, I'll avoid them.
Saban
seaniboy
Lloyds Banking Group/TSB customers should avoid EE and its MVNOs - as soon as the bank calls you it won't get through, and neither will any calls & texts until a new sim is sent each time.
Just a warning :)
Do you know if it is the whole EE network that effected by the Lloyds/TSB issue or just the MVNOs? I'm currently with Plusnet and need to switch providers due to this issue, but EE is the only decent signal I get where I live :(
You can set multiple numbers (At least 1 mobile and 1 home number) to verify standing orders / new payees. I certainly wouldn't let this influence my phone provider decision (Best price/4G availability) should be far bigger factors.
In the rare instance you can't get to your other phone (or don't have a landline), just phone up your bank and they'll do it over the phone in a couple of minutes.
And they will *eventually* get round to fixing it.
Hi
Oh no I would never let that get in the way of a good deal. I'm with plusnet and with TSB for my 2nd account. I've already deleted my mobile number from TSB and it works fine on my landline. However their telephone banking is dreadful they can't set up standing orders etc??? I tried!
It must be an issued and I tried setting up the standing order on Tuesday, and noticed on Wednesday that I couldn't get calls/texts. Strange.

I don't doubt their telephone banking is bad, if they told you they cannot do standing orders via telephone , as their own website disagrees:

"What you can do with Telephone Banking:

Check your up to date balance and recent transactions
Transfer money between your own and other UK bank accounts
Pay your bills
Cancel or hear details of your Direct Debits and set up standing orders
Order a debit card or a replacement PIN"

Sounds like a rubbish call center indeed :(
Firefly1
citibadger
seaniboy
Lloyds Banking Group/TSB customers should avoid EE and its MVNOs - as soon as the bank calls you it won't get through, and neither will any calls & texts until a new sim is sent each time.
Just a warning :)
Is that right? I wondered why my phone and texts stopped working after trying to set up a standing order via TSB calling me!!! Many thanks for the heads up, I'll avoid them.


Saban
seaniboy
Lloyds Banking Group/TSB customers should avoid EE and its MVNOs - as soon as the bank calls you it won't get through, and neither will any calls & texts until a new sim is sent each time.
Just a warning :)
Do you know if it is the whole EE network that effected by the Lloyds/TSB issue or just the MVNOs? I'm currently with Plusnet and need to switch providers due to this issue, but EE is the only decent signal I get where I live :(

You can set multiple numbers (At least 1 mobile and 1 home number) to verify standing orders / new payees. I certainly wouldn't let this influence my phone provider decision (Best price/4G availability) should be far bigger factors.
In the rare instance you can't get to your other phone (or don't have a landline), just phone up your bank and they'll do it over the phone in a couple of minutes.
And they will *eventually* get round to fixing it.


Hi

Oh no I would never let that get in the way of a good deal. I'm with plusnet and with TSB for my 2nd account. I've already deleted my mobile number from TSB and it works fine on my landline. However their telephone banking is dreadful they can't set up standing orders etc??? I tried!

It must be an issued and I tried setting up the standing order on Tuesday, and noticed on Wednesday that I couldn't get calls/texts. Strange.
ryan2801
seaniboy
Lloyds Banking Group/TSB customers should avoid EE and its MVNOs - as soon as the bank calls you it won't get through, and neither will any calls & texts until a new sim is sent each time. Just a warning :D
Thanks for the heads up. I've had this issue for the past months and with no date set for any sort of resolution, I'm switching providers.
A PAC out didn't sort my issue, the error remains on TPO so the backhaul fowarding server from EE to Three forwards the error!!! I had to take a new number with ID Mobile after a week of no incoming, and use a secondary mobile until then for incoming texts and forwarding my Plusnet calls to it.

EE won't deal with it as a Plusnet 100% BT/EE subsidiary - even after BT Chief Executive office sent it to EE executive office to do such.

The BT work ethics practices have well and truely infiltrated EE now. :(
seaniboy
Lloyds Banking Group/TSB customers should avoid EE and its MVNOs - as soon as the bank calls you it won't get through, and neither will any calls & texts until a new sim is sent each time. Just a warning :D

Thanks for the heads up. I've had this issue for the past months and with no date set for any sort of resolution, I'm switching providers.
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Well two of our orders have gone through fine. Unfortunately two have not apparently due to failed credit check (despite impeccable credit file and having been offered more expensive contracts by Vodafone direct). And worse still they are the two that really needed to be on Vodafone.

Some google searches on this issue turns up some worry threads/reviews of CPW and their various online sites. So I'm going to pull the latest credit report to see if a search was actually done and if it was by Voda or CPW.

In the meantime has anyone come across a roaming plan which offers free incoming outside the EU? This is the killer feature for the other two family members as they travel abroad often. They don't need data/outgoing calls as they have local Sims, but its a big plus being able to receive calls on their UK numbers for free.

If they can find something similar with another network it would help greatly, as right now theyre wishing they'd just upgraded with Vodafone despite their inferior offer :(
Another option directly via Vodafone. Quidco £60 off . works out 12 exactly but saves hassle of sending those claims...
Cashback decreased by £3. Cold!
Looks like the damn cashback has changed again, gone down :(
malky39
malwi
You can always convert your pay monthly contract to pay as you go with Vodafone in the last month of your 12 month contract and as soon as it becomes pay as you go ( usually between 24~48hrs) port your number to the new Vodafone pay monthly SIM. The whole process takes between 3~5 days and you can retain your Vodafone number all the way through.
Does this definitely work, as my 20gb deal will be coming to an end soon. And I will be getting another one of these cashback deals

Not sure about converting to pay go on Vodafone themselves. I port out to pay go on another network a few days before end of current contract. Get me new contract then port straight back in. That has worked for me in the past and in process of doing it right now.

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