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FREE £5 EE Credit

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Should be pretty simple. Text the word FIVE to 2053 to get the deal. You should recieve a confirmation text saying " Thanks, we'll be in touch within 10 working days to let you know when your credit i…
kittywhiskers Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago20 Comments
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I received the text yesterday that confirms that £5 free credit was added to my mobile.
Dealier
Rid1
Dealier
Rid1

Worked for me on my t-mobile sim
Have you got the credit already?
It says will be added in the next 10 days
It says that for everyone, whether they're actually going to get it or not. The only people to actually get it in the past are those who have received the original text from EE/T-Mobile/Orange.
I hope I'm wrong, but I think you're unlikely to get the £5.
I will let you know lol, Last time this happened I didnt get the text but it still worked!
Rid1
Dealier
Rid1

Worked for me on my t-mobile sim
Have you got the credit already?
It says will be added in the next 10 days

It says that for everyone, whether they're actually going to get it or not. The only people to actually get it in the past are those who have received the original text from EE/T-Mobile/Orange.
I hope I'm wrong, but I think you're unlikely to get the £5.
Dealier
Rid1

Worked for me on my t-mobile sim
Have you got the credit already?
It says will be added in the next 10 days
Dealier
Rid1
Not sure why it's cold...
Because it's only ever worked for people who have received a text about it. So the people who will get it will already know about it, and the rest of us are wasting our time even trying.
I didn't receive the text, but they sent a confirmation text back saying they will let me know when they give the credit...
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Huawei Ascend Y330 PAYG Upgrade - £4.99 @ Carphone Warehouse or possibly free with Quidco £5 cashback

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Key features: Fast phone with a great screen on a budget Easy to use, affordable and colourful Great a simple first smartphone Colour: black Quidco are currently giving £5 cashback for all…
NP23 Avatar7m, 1d agoFound 7 months, 1 day ago19 Comments
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the y3 is 20 quid on o2 upgrade, and really quite presentable, probably worth spending the extra..it has played every game I've thrown at it so far. including 3d ones like anomaly. For 20 quid!
GreatestThing
jpmcr
Great phone for work, kids, holidays, nights out, back up, etc...........
I've had mine over 6 months and it's had plenty of knocks and bumps along the way and it's still going strong!
Looks like it's the same price to upgrade on Vodafone, Virgin and Orange networks too? £9.99 on O2.
Where is it on the website the same price to upgrade on the other networks? Thanks

Looks like it's oos on Orange and T-Mobile networks now. But still available at £4.99 on Vodafone and Virgin. O2 is still £9.99 also. Click here for the link ;)
gr1340
Rid1
melted
jpmcr
Great phone for work, kids, holidays, nights out, back up, etc...........
I've had mine over 6 months and it's had plenty of knocks and bumps along the way and it's still going strong!
Looks like it's the same price to upgrade on Vodafone, Virgin and Orange networks too? £9.99 on O2.
Just one drop from a low level onto a wooden floor was enough to short out the volume up push switch against the screening on the PCB and make my dad's one only boot into recovery mode. :D Was fixable though.
I have thrown mine numerous times, nothing wrong. Had it for 2 years, it falls like 3 times day.
You must be the most angriest, buttered fingered person ever.
I haven't dropped my phone that many times in 20 years.

I can understand him getting angry if he's been trying to use voice dial on it, as there's a bug in the firmware so it doesn't work :D

Just don't drop it so the buttons hit the ground first.

Edited By: melted on Jan 29, 2016 12:28
Great phone if you just want to make calls & do nothing else!
upgrade for virgin, 02 and vodafone only
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T-Mobile/EE - FREE ANY NETWORK TEXTS (25) AND FREE ANY NETWORK MINUTES (30)

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FREE ANY NETWORK TEXTS (25) AND FREE ANY NETWORK MINUTES (30) Text "TXT1" to 441 If that does not work try "TXT2" im on T-mobile and it worked for me, so tell me if it works for you
mabz6 Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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nice try,didn`t work for me on t mobile or EE :(
Albanes
I have T-Mobile phone with new EE payg SIM and it did not work for me using either suggested number :(
Thats a shame
I have T-Mobile phone with new EE payg SIM and it did not work for me using either suggested number :(
Cumberbatch
Im on EE payg but It didnt work for me, it just said 'we're sorry, but this reward is not currently available for you'
Try "TXT2"
iamsirshnu
Yeah works with me t mobile sim:) thanks
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Moto E 4G LTE 2nd gen 2015 BLACK upgrade - £39.99 Orange Tmobile Vodafone @ CPW

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Available as an upgrade on Orange, T-Mobile, and Vodafone, also O2 for £49.99 at Carphone Warehouse 4.5" screen Rear 5 megapixel camera Android Lollipop 8GB on board storage Micro Sim SD card sl…
anthonyduffy526 Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago28 Comments
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I understand this will be getting the marshmallow upgrade. Great price if you got one.

Edited By: barg on Jan 04, 2016 12:26
I type in my number when I proceed to checkout and the screen greys out (like an overlay to the website).

Anyone having same problem?
Good deal
Anyone have a Vodafone, orange or t mobile they can lend me to get this?
unlock code?
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T-Mobile Data Sim (3G Speed) - 6 Months Unlimited Web Browsin £27.99 @ simdropshop / ebay

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This deal will either be hated or loved,depending on users internet habits and if people demand superfast internet... I purchased one of these about 6 weeks ago (for a more expensive price from ano…
gilesrdavies Avatar1y, 2h agoFound 1 year, 2 hours ago60 Comments
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Hi, I realise this is an old thread and somewhat outdated but it might be perfect for our needs.
My father is on Virgin for his TV and home phone and fancies getting the internet to "look stuff up" - no streaming / downloading etc.
Virgin want £20 a month extra for the privilege which i think is ridiculous
We have bought him a tablet for Christmas.
If he gets one of these sims can someone suggest a suitable dongle or mifi to put it in please.
I posted this deal months ago, and didn't realise it was still active!
At the time of posting, I didn't realise you could simply get a T-Mobile PAYG SIM and just top up £20.
I thought you had to buy one of these specific Data deals.
This eBay deal never seems to expire!
gilesrdavies
matlock67
Topped up £20 and bought the 6 month internet pack, how do I get the free mins next month rang 146 but no option for bonus mins?
What free mins?
you have top up £10 to get the minutes
banton1
giles, this deal you posted maybe a rip off. I walked in T-Mobile (before ee happened) and gave them £20, they gave me the sim for free and added the credit to it and I bought the booster, job done.

Wondering if it still can happen as I don't think there are T-Mobile stores anymore. There are I think some Orange shops but recently found trying to deal with an issue on an orange only phone, I was quickly banging my head up a brick wall.

I have just replied to another thread about this sim that has people currently saying the activation isn't working to get the booster running.

We need more info. Anyhow, the ebay deal is a rip off.. only a few quid, none the less


I bought a t mobile sim from amazon for 5p then toped up £20 sent a text message to 441 6MONTHWEB (capital, and no space ) working fine.
giles, this deal you posted maybe a rip off. I walked in T-Mobile (before ee happened) and gave them £20, they gave me the sim for free and added the credit to it and I bought the booster, job done.

Wondering if it still can happen as I don't think there are T-Mobile stores anymore. There are I think some Orange shops but recently found trying to deal with an issue on an orange only phone, I was quickly banging my head up a brick wall.

I have just replied to another thread about this sim that has people currently saying the activation isn't working to get the booster running.

We need more info. Anyhow, the ebay deal is a rip off.. only a few quid, none the less
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Huawei Ascend Y330 - £10.00 on PAYG upgrade (Virgin / Voda) @ Carphone Warehouse (£15 on O2 / T-Mobile)

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Back on at this price again... An acceptable entry-level Android phone running Jelly Bean (4.3) Edit: Seems HUKD are breaking the link... copy & paste the following: http://www.carphonewarehouse.…
BubaMan Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago31 Comments
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Anyone have it stuck on max brightness (can't turn it down) ?
Sorted now and I think I know why. The Y330 has electronic rather than physical detection of whether the earphone socket is in use. It's expecting the impedance to be low, but my car's AUX like most, has a very high one.
Fixed by using the free Soundabout app from the Play store, selecting the Headphone (rather than Earphone) output for apps gives a decent line out level.
buglawton
Tried using my new Y330 as an MP3 player today, plugged in the usual 3.5mm plug to 3.5mm plug aux audio cable. The sound stays playing from the phone! First time I've had this issue with any phone. Google doesn't seem to know about the problem. I'll try sending the sound via the cable to another car.
That is unusual...
The port is quite stiff - are you sure it's pushed all the way in? (a headphone icon should appear in the top bar)
Tried using my new Y330 as an MP3 player today, plugged in the usual 3.5mm plug to 3.5mm plug aux audio cable. The sound stays playing from the phone! First time I've had this issue with any phone. Google doesn't seem to know about the problem. I'll try sending the sound via the cable to another car.
I went for the virgin one, did an online check to see if I qualified and weirdly I did. I make about 4 calls a year ;D but had ~£11 on the sim. Then I bunged a giffgaff sim in it.
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free 30mins on tmobile

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Text MIN1 TO 441 for 30 free minutes Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Also, Text MIN4 TO 441 for 30 free minutes - raj75 Also, Text MIN4 TO 441 for 60 free minutes - raj75
rukaya4 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago24 Comments
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you can send min1 to 441 every 30 days and still keep getting 30 mins free. Been getting them every month since January this year with T-Mobile payg sim


try MIN4 for 60mins
you can send min1 to 441 every 30 days and still keep getting 30 mins free. Been getting them every month since January this year with T-Mobile payg sim
Neither the MIN1 or MIN4 code works for my T-Mobile PAYG SIM.
Thanks got the 60 minutes. Is there a time limit on when we can use it?
I'm getting technical error resposss for both
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How to enjoy O2 Priority moments on other networks

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How to get O2 Priority moments... when not on O2? What is O2 Priority? First off, just what is O2 Priority? Well if you don’t already know, O2 Priority is a pretty awesome rewards programme for O2…
Yash100 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago21 Comments
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[quote=daifey]I think O2 priority offers should be restricted to o2 customers only. I don't think it's wise to encourage people on other networks to use this. Sometimes, certain offers are limited to a certain amount of numbers. I would be very annoyed if I missed out on some offers knowing that people who are not even O2 customers have managed to obtain it.
If you have an o2 sim and number then you are a customer of o2, whether you use that number or not. So you get the perks without the inconvenience of moving to o2 and the hassle it entails
As AGrumpyDad and I have written, these are strictly speaking not perks but are advertising promotions for the purposes of increasing sales and specifically "foot fall" into the shops. It is wrong to think of them perks because perks is short for perquisites. These are various types of non-wage compensation provided to employees in addition to their normal wages or salaries. (There is another meaning but that's related to a right especially a hereditary or official right.)
What about Orange Wednesdays then, how comes not everybody can take advantage of them?
Yes, they could - you could just get an Orange customer to forward the code.
according to Cambridge dictionary - one meaning is:
an advantage:
Having such easy access to some of the best cinema and theatre is one of the perks of living in Sydney.


So o2 priority is an advantage.
anyway priority moments is something for nothing so must be a good deal - I have had buckets, sponges, car shampoo and now screenwash all for zero. I dont even need to go out of my way - just when passing the out of town halfords when on my way home from work. Zero cost to me and Halfords/o2 must be paying in some way.
AGrumpyDad
daifey
What about Orange Wednesdays then, how comes not everybody can take advantage of them?
Technically nobody can take advantage of them now, being as it no longer exists. But Orange customers paid for that 2-for-1 promotion in the form of a 35p charge to get the code. That said, you did not have to be an active user for that either. just needed to put the SIM in to text for a code.
But the Orange Wednesday promotion differed greatly from Moments. With moments absolutely anyone can create a promotion and share it. Orange Wednesdays was very specific.
The problem here is your fixed viewpoint that these companies offer these promotions as a benefit, or token of gratitude for your custom. That is not the case at all.
You have to understand that when a business hits multinational enterprise level, they no longer care about customer loyalty. It is all about the figures for the shareholders. This is why the networks all carry two sets of figures for their customer base. There is the active customer count and the total customer base. The profit margin on services like text messages, phone calls etc is huge. Which is why they don't care much about charging for them, and offer bundles and packages.
What really counts to them is market share. A promotion gets more customers, increasing market share,in turn making the company more attractive and having a positive effect on the share price. That is worth more to them than having all of the customers using the promotion being active customers.
When O2 started with Priority and Moments, they were very open about it being a tool to increase market share. I don't have the time to track down the shareholder documents, but I'm sure they are online somewhere. Inactive customers are almost as valuable as active.
Active customers may help generate significant profit, but if they can demonstrate greater market share by tallying the total Priority and Moments app downloads, ignoring network activity of the user after the download, that makes their business more valuable, and that is key.
So Orange Wednesdays didn't need you to be active, just to text or call for a code. You could get a PAYG SIM, have the initial £10 credit from when you bought it, shove it in an old phone and just turn it on when you wanted tickets.
Moments is a little bit like Facebook. You need to stop seeing yourself as a customer and realise that you are actually the product being sold.
In a perverse way and extreme way, this sales and promotional technique is used to promote Islamic phobia and floods of immigrants. A tiniest number of extreme active Muslims is combined as one group with huge number of inactive and never will be active "customers". Likewise 600 million could potentially come to Britain from the EU. Yes, temptation to fear from a few, temptation to a few trinkets, are similar merchandising techniques. One is to increase foot fall, the other is to increase consent, a kind of foot fall into a political camp.
thewongwing101
Regardless of the semantics it isn't a freebie you have as far as I am aware to top up £10 to activate the sim (_;)


No, you can order a free SIM and just put it in the phone,no top up required.
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EE PAYG users 200 free minutes for next 14 days (applied automatically)

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More of a heads up really just received a text off EE (i didn't text anything to get this) saying Congratulations! You now have 200 FREE mins for the next 14 days to call ANY UK landlines or mobile…
therealclaireh Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago19 Comments
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yes this is true i'm an orange/ee customer payg,I got a text on the 4th june saying the same 200 free mins.....already used up 30 mins out of it,and this is on my spare phone which i don't have any credit on at all until ee gave me these 200 free mins,my friend has also had this,just to clarify it does work.
eset12345
splender
This must the strangest freebie that I have ever come across. There is nothing for one to do to get it, EE tells you you got it free by text, so you know already. A bit like telling folks here you get free bin liners from the council, you don't have to do anything and the free bin liners come automatically and you would know about it when they are popped through your letterbox.
you must live in one of those grotty northern towns, where the poor people chuck bags of rubbish in to the street for foxes, birds and only old weirdo to rummage through.
Free bin liners, I've never heard of such a thing.

I've lived in a number of places in the North and Midlands. Never heard of free bin liners from the council. I assume it must be a London thing.

We get plenty of free bin liners from various charities, they kindly give us two or three a week.
F196
I got this text message as well. Does it work? Is it real?
I'm starting to have my doubts i tried checking my remaining minutes finally got round to it and it told me i don't currently have any bundles on my account
eset12345
splender
This must the strangest freebie that I have ever come across. There is nothing for one to do to get it, EE tells you you got it free by text, so you know already. A bit like telling folks here you get free bin liners from the council, you don't have to do anything and the free bin liners come automatically and you would know about it when they are popped through your letterbox.
you must live in one of those grotty northern towns, where the poor people chuck bags of rubbish in to the street for foxes, birds and only old weirdo to rummage through.
Free bin liners, I've never heard of such a thing.
Au contraire...you are missing these freebie aren't you, they are biodegradable.
I got this text message as well. Does it work? Is it real?
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Brand New LG L20 android KitKat 4.4.2 phone blue or pink Upgrade on T-mobile for only £0.99 @ Carphone Warehouse

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Brand New LG L20 blue or pink Upgrade on T-Mobile, Virgin, Vodaphone and Orange for only £0.99 @ Carphone. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. As usual, links to Carphone Warehouse do not work.…
Adilafridi40 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago42 Comments
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My number was accepted, order put through, but then they sent an email saying the number was not eligible. This, after the order going through, the number meeting all the conditions and it seemingly being fine. So, even if the order goes through, no guarantee.
Does anyone have a spare sim card that would work for an upgrade? Really want this but I'm on Three :(
UPDATE
only pink in stock now
Thank you. The black is actually showing as in stock for me right now, it wasn't just a few minutes ago, in case anyone is after the black.

the older post includes the black version, this only includes the blue or pink so technically the older post is misleading as the black version is no longer available.
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Movie rental for £1.00 (+ £0.35 Cost of a Text Message) @ Wuaki.tv for EE/T-Mobile/Orange Customers

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Love a good film? Well we’ve teamed up with the smart folks at Wuaki.tv to create EE Film Club. It’s a new way to stream a film of your choice every week for £1 – exclusively if you’re on EE, Orange o…
DarkEye Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago18 Comments
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House
anyone know if you can use the code on their smart TV app to get the discount ?

Yes, you can but you have to make sure that the film you are choosing is in the list of the EE Film Club. The offer is valid for the vast majority of their content but not every title.
They still haven't explained how tablet customers can get this code (also applies to the free power bank deal too) as most tablets cannot send (but can receive) SMS.
Brill deal. We often get a movie for the children from wuaki so it's def hot from me!
You can redeem it on the website and view it in the wuaki app
anyone know if you can use the code on their smart TV app to get the discount ?
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EE/ TMOBILE Retention Deal £9.99

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I have been a long suffering T-mobile customer, i'd been due an upgrade for quite some time - called up, spoke to their upgrade team who offered some very poor deals (could have easily found something…
jane0512 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago25 Comments
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i was happy with T-mobile,but when EE took over,EVERYthing that was good about T-Mobile went out the window.Now EE have compleated the switch,T-Mobile is gone,and so have I.

The joke is,that a number of other Mobile phone companies (Virgin Media for example) run off the EE network,but do better deals than EE. Get yer PAC code,do yer homework and DUMP EE.It's about the ONLY language these Companies understand
tom6195
Just got my PAC from T-Mobile. Offered me unlimited texts and mins with 5gb for £15.55 wouldn't budge on the price.
Let's wait and see if they call with any offers.
That's right mate, the best they offered me was £9.99 for 500 mins, unl texts and 1GB data or £12.99 for Unl mins & texts with 2GB data. :(

Edited By: ibzzzz on Jun 13, 2015 11:21
Just got my PAC from T-Mobile. Offered me unlimited texts and mins with 5gb for £15.55 wouldn't budge on the price.

Let's wait and see if they call with any offers.
Has anyone gone through retentions lately and got this deal?
JCLARSSON
got my PAC yesterday had a missed call from that number today will wait till they ring back and see what I can get offered

I got my PAC code yesterday.
As an Ex T-mobile customer,I had a CRACKER of a SIM only deal. 600 minutes 600 texts,with unlimited Data at under £7pm (included £5 Loyalty discount) but now it's fully an EE "service" for want of a better word,and the Loyalty discount has gone out the window,along with my custom.

I can get a better deal from VIRGIN MOBILE.1000 minutes,unlimited text,but only 500MB of Data for £8,if a VM customer (TV/Phone/Internet etc) £13 if not,on a 30 day rolling contract,and the joke is,they (Virgin) use the EE network.

That's ALMOST as funny as the time I switched banks from Lloyd's to Halifax (Opposite each other in the High street),and Halifax (part OWNED by Lloyd's) paid me £100

Edited By: Gazz59 on Apr 22, 2015 21:15
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200 FREE mins just text code to 150 EE and t mobile

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Text CHAT1 to 150 for 200 free minutes T mobile and ee customers only Happy chatting +++++++++++++++++++++ Just done it, 200 mins expires 4 April 2015 - splender PAYG only. - pasheast…
sarahdwaine Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago110 Comments
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Text CHAT1 to 150 for 200 free minutes
T mobile and ee customers only
Happy chatting
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Just done it, 200 mins expires 4 April 2015
- splender
PAYG only.
- pasheast
Expires 14 days after you apply the code.
- Khairul
How
Who do u get others deals
any more deal for EE or Tmobile?
opps , this offer is finished... i dont know why its finish before expiry date 3 April...
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Free £5 credit for T-Mobile customers (not the EE deal)

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text BRILL TO 150 for free £5 credit for 7 days Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
rukaya4 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago58 Comments
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this was from 4 months ago... maybe why
I have tried texting brill to 150 and its sayin not recognised can use add £5
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off topic slightly, but how do I activate an EE Tmobile sim? I'm an existing customer, got a replacement sim which doesnt activate when put in to a (unlocked) phone.

I have called them twice, left on hold for over 5 minutes whilst they "look in to it" then the call cuts off!!! Then they dont even ring me back!
When does this offer expire ??
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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini on PAYG Upgrade (Orange, T-Mob + Voda) £109.99 @ Carphone Warehouse

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Similar to the O2 PAYG upgrade deal, but on other networks now, and a tenner cheaper. Best price I have seen for this phone, no time machine needed! Complete Disclosure: I didn't actually purchase
cambers Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago41 Comments
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Price now bumped up to £174.99....Oh well.
noodler
Price has gone up to £114.99. Still tempted to take it at that, but I've a question (sorry for the newbie question, but I'm not up to speed on how this works.);
I've got a Virgin Media package and I've been on a Virgin contract for the last 4 years, with my current one (£10 p/month tariff including the cost of the phone, a Galaxy Ace 2) is ending in about 2 weeks. I want to take up the £8 p/month sim only contract after that and get my own new phone (I suspect they won't automatically put me on the lower cost tariff it even though the old phone is paid off by then).
Anyhow, can I use my Virgin pay monthly Sim in this phone assuming it does come unlocked? Virgin offer the same phone on the same £8 tariff, but want £17 p/month to cover the cost of the phone over 2 years, so I'd end up paying £216 for it overall.
I understand this model uses a micro-sim so I would need to order a new card from Virgin for that (current one is mini) but if that's the only obstacle I would prefer to go with this option and flog the old one off on ebay (it's in mint condition with some extras so I could hopefully get about £50 for it).
You'll be able to use a virgin sim if it is unlocked (assume it will be as mine was and CPW phones normally are.
noodler
sag
sag
speculatrix
Will these be SIM locked? I ask because if CPW are selling them for different networks they might be the same phone?
CPW phones are normally unlocked, I ordered one earlier and I've already had an email saying being delivered tomorrow so I'll confirm tomorrow night.
Sorry for the delay, I can confirm that as expected the phone is unlocked.
Which network did you select? And is the firmware branded to it?
T mobile and its not branded.
sag
sag
speculatrix
Will these be SIM locked? I ask because if CPW are selling them for different networks they might be the same phone?
CPW phones are normally unlocked, I ordered one earlier and I've already had an email saying being delivered tomorrow so I'll confirm tomorrow night.
Sorry for the delay, I can confirm that as expected the phone is unlocked.

Which network did you select? And is the firmware branded to it?
Price has gone up to £114.99. Still tempted to take it at that, but I've a question (sorry for the newbie question, but I'm not up to speed on how this works.);

I've got a Virgin Media package and I've been on a Virgin contract for the last 4 years, with my current one (£10 p/month tariff including the cost of the phone, a Galaxy Ace 2) is ending in about 2 weeks. I want to take up the £8 p/month sim only contract after that and get my own new phone (I suspect they won't automatically put me on the lower cost tariff it even though the old phone is paid off by then).

Anyhow, can I use my Virgin pay monthly Sim in this phone assuming it does come unlocked? Virgin offer the same phone on the same £8 tariff, but want £17 p/month to cover the cost of the phone over 2 years, so I'd end up paying £216 for it overall.

I understand this model uses a micro-sim so I would need to order a new card from Virgin for that (current one is mini) but if that's the only obstacle I would prefer to go with this option and flog the old one off on ebay (it's in mint condition with some extras so I could hopefully get about £50 for it).
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T-Mobile pay as you go SIM including £5 credit for £0.99 @ EE-UK-SHOP Ebay

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T-Mobile pay as you go SIM including £5 credit
Adilafridi40 Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago78 Comments
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Can confirm that no registration required with this sim.
If you want the talk & text plan (you also get 10mb of data with that and an initial 50mb 'get you started' data per sim), stick it in and start texting, calling or surfing. That will renew every week until the £5 runs out.

If you want a different pack, turn off data before inserting sim.
Then text 'Stop Pack' to 150.
This will retain the full £5 credit for use in the varied ways being discussed.
Doing this also means that you can spend all the £5 straight away rather than in renewals-per-week of £1.
I just did this to use my £5 all for data.
good price
6ixFoot1
danthomas25
This was a complete RIP-OFF. Had to send text to get balance, that cost 14p. Called them to find out why sim apparently not registered my address (as tried to register online) - charged for that call too, and that was their fault. By the time you're set up there'll be no credit left on this SIM. useless. Cold
I see a lot of negative feedback regarding the registration of the sim. Is the registration a must? Can you not use it without registering?
registration not needed put the sim in the phone dial 150 it says your balance £5 spend how you want.
danthomas25
This was a complete RIP-OFF. Had to send text to get balance, that cost 14p. Called them to find out why sim apparently not registered my address (as tried to register online) - charged for that call too, and that was their fault. By the time you're set up there'll be no credit left on this SIM. useless. Cold

I see a lot of negative feedback regarding the registration of the sim. Is the registration a must? Can you not use it without registering?
This was a complete RIP-OFF. Had to send text to get balance, that cost 14p. Called them to find out why sim apparently not registered my address (as tried to register online) - charged for that call too, and that was their fault. By the time you're set up there'll be no credit left on this SIM. useless. Cold
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Skoda Roomster £9,449.00 @ buyacar.co.uk

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Brand new Skoda Roomster 1.2 TSI SE 86PS in silver. The usual retail price is over £14K but Skoda are currently doing £9995. The only downside (apart from the "quirky" looks) is that you have to have
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I wouldn't race anyone at the traffic lights but it's not sluggish. What it's like fully loaded going up hill in Cornwall remains to be seen (in August). I would say that the power is comparible to our 1.9 diesel Multipla that it replaced.

Edited By: insx on Mar 11, 2015 15:47
insx
We've had ours 10 days now. A lot of car for the money!

How do you feel about the engine? It sounded a bit underpowered to me but you never really know until you drive a car.
We've had ours 10 days now. A lot of car for the money!
" New Car - built to order

Supplied by a UK main dealer and registered to you as 1st keeper
"

Seems clear enough to me..
rlearmouth
I would watch this web site. The headline says 'new' car from £x and when you drill down it turns out to be a nearly new or even used car for this price.

drivethedeal and broadspeed are much longer established and don't tell porkies like these people.

Example here linked to from the home page also titled new cars:

BMW 3 Series


I don't think that's right. They sell new and used cars, in this case it is a new car supplied by a Skoda dealer unless there is some very small print that I'm missing.
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Galaxy s5 100 mins, unltd txt and 1gb of data, free phone £23.99 T-mobile from mobiles.co.uk £27 back through Quidco. Free Delivery. £575.76

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Cheapest I can find monthly, with no phone cost. I thought i would see the reaction on here before i ordered! Dangerous!
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jh787
What's the link for?
The deal. Insert tiny (no space) url
Three offering me 600 mins,1gb data, unltd txts £80 upfront and £28 per month at the end of my contract.... Shocking!
What's the link for?
haydenx360a
when I filtered to that tariff it shows £189.99 for the phone??

huw51e
can't see the deal for £23.99, any direct link

t3rm3y
Great deal if exists. not great if have to put £189 upfront.

huw51e
is it definitely free the phone, can someone confirm there is no up front fee of £189.99

jh787
No such deal on their site.
http://****.com/llhbj67
tiny url


Edited By: pasheast on Jan 17, 2015 23:45
why get a 4g phone on a 3g plan?
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Nokia Lumia 735 , TMobile (Via e2save.com) 100mins, ultd txts, 1Gb Data - £13.99pm (£335.76) + £31.05 Topcashback

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Seems like a decent deal to me, with a decent amount of data. Only call allowance which is 'low' buy hey who makes telephone calls these days. Nokia Lumia 735, 100 Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 1Gb da…
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I can't see this cheaper anywhere, good find.

Thanks, seems there's not much HDUK love for the Lumia 735 tho with all the cold votes.
I can't see this cheaper anywhere, good find.
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LG G3 no upfront cost on TMobile with 500min, Unltd txt & unltd data for £29.99 pm / £21.49 per month after cashback, 24 month contract, at smartphonecompany.co.uk £719.76

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LG G3 no upfront cost on TMobile with 500min, Unltd txt & unltd data for £21.49 per month after cashback, 24 month contract, at smartphonecompany.co.uk Not posted for a while so please go easy. I'm…
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UZOR
same score with 3g with giffgaff on o2 network. can anybody out of interest comment on 3g speeds on ee?

I have found three to be the most reliable and also great speeds. But no doubt check in your location before buying.
↑ Thanks, but I'm averaging 3.5gb useage at the moment
↑ Thanks, but I'm averaging 3.5gb useage at the moment
I have just posted one I think might be good, if you can cope with just 1GB data:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-g3-19-99p-m-59-99-up-front-ee-4g-1000mins-unlimited-text-1gb-data-33-30-tcb-2119981
I'm already with EE so don't really care about carrier criticism-how does the tariff compare to others for the same phone? £21.50 sounds pretty reasonable for what you get...
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*PAY AS YOU GO* T-Mobile - 6 Months Internet - 1GB Per Month - £20.00 @ T-Mobile

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Text 6MONTHWEB to 441 for 6 months internet access This Booster comes with a fair use policy of 1GB a month.
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Use this already great deal. 30days Internet for £5 also..... Txt Monthweb to 441
Does any one no when the 1gb runs out if u can still use teamviewer or if I have sim in a 3g router with an ip camera connected would I still beable to view camera image ir would that be counted as downliading
andrewt1
RedXI
I've been using this for years.
Best deal there is.
However VOIP no longer works and is not allowed in t&c's.

Can you put other packs on top of this one, to add some minutes and texts?
Honestly I don't know. I only buy the 6 month internet pack. I'd be surprised it you have any issues with that though.
reflektor
RedXI
I've been using this for years.
Best deal there is.
However VOIP no longer works and is not allowed in t&c's.


Does Whatsapp work?
Sure does. Sometimes VOIP works but I don't count on it anymore.
Aadilp789
ive been using this for years but mine run out today and whilst trying to do it again, it wont let me and i get a text reply with an error message

Try again later, I have had this several times just trying to add the £10 and £15 packs, it randomly won't work at times.

I think it's a bit of a scam actually, as it's easy to forget it hasn't worked, and until you do get it registered it eats into your credit!
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EE Retention Deal - Unlimited Calls, Unlimited Texts, 5GB 4G Data £09.99 - 12 Month Contract £119.88

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Hi Guys, Got this deal today from the EE Retentions Team: Unlimited Calls Unlimited Texts 5GB of 4G Data Free Voicemail Free 080 Numbers Included 12 Month Contract Sim Only Deal £09.99 a mo…
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Well i gave them one last ditch call at the weekend. I have been with EE/Orange 12+ years and they said they dont want me to leave. However they cannot offer me the 5GB "Deal" as retentions said it doesnt exist lol.

Never get any call backs from them, so looks like i will be leaving them for O2. Works out cheaper for me so not fussed. Would have been nice to stay though.
TechNet
Might give them a callback and see before I change over next week.

They still claimed that the deal doesn't exist lol.


Same here, the best offer I could get was £10 a month 250 minutes with 1 gig of data.
Might give them a call back and see before i change over next week.

They still claimed that the deal doesnt exist lol.
Deal is still active. Got this through retentions today. Unlimited minutes and texts, 5gb of 4G data with free calls to 08 numbers for £9.99pm for 12 months. EU roaming is not included though. Also, to my surprise, I received the best customer service I've had for a long time.
Aware of the take over. Reception on both here are much better than EE.

Probably wont even be done during the 12 month SIM only.
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Alcatel Tribe 30 03 Mobile Phone - T-Mobile Price: Was £11.00 Now £5.00 @ Asda Direct

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The Alcatel Tribe 30.03 is great for anyone who wants a reliable, compact, everyday phone that's easy for texting and making calls. And with a comfortable feel and high gloss black design, it's the pe…
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out of stock
OOS
unlock codes on ebay for 99p, hot for a backup phone
Should I? don't know why but might as well lol
Great as emergency phone if was unlocked.
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Nexus 6 on T-mobile from Tesco 29.99pm 500/ Mins unlimted texts and unlimited data £719.76

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Same as the current deal at Tesco phone shop for the Sony Z3 posted a while back. Not sure whether to go for the deal due to the poor reputation T-mobile has gathered. Although it is the cheapest I'…
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westonborn
It's a frying pan with an embedded sim! I had the nexus 4 & 5 thankfully I seen the light and moved back to the iPhone 6, never been happier, yes I might be slagged off here but the nexus versus the iPhone is a no contest
not according to the big reviewers it's not
Damn got excited, thinking this deal was back on!
I had to return my Nexus 6 after a few days of use as I couldn't get used to the size of it..

I'm probably going to get the Moto X 2014 version now instead..
Damn, no longer available.
Tesco also had 250 points when ordering the phone this was added at purchase, and also £30 Cash back via saint gobain rewards
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Nokia Lumia 735 £129.99 on Orange/T-Mobile Upgrade. Blue actually in stock @ Carphone Warehouse

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I used an old Orange number that I topped up in November. However, only now has their online system decided to approve for the upgrade price. This means you don't have to worry about buying any extra
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I am sure this has been asked a million times before, but is there anyway to get around the must have had a sim card for x months to get the upgrade price?
Very much so, the lady who served me did say that the Lumia 735 has been very popular and easy to see why as it has NFC, wireless charging, free offline music and maps along with Cortana all under £190 with £15 O2 credit in the case of today's purchase also getting the £80 Fitbit Flex for free now :-)
n2001
Yes we required another one for a client and noticed that yesterday, called Carphone Warehouse on main number and they said that due to high demand they don't have them any more, then called number of local stores and was able to allocate a exclusive blue version another store had couple of other colours however sadly the offer was no longer available for it therefore paid higher price though still worth it as now there is another offer which you can get a Fitbit Flex worth 79.99 for free.
Annoying that they're out of stock in most places really, isn't it?!
Yes we required another one for a client and noticed that yesterday, called Carphone Warehouse on main number and they said that due to high demand they don't have them any more, then called number of local stores and was able to allocate a exclusive blue version another store had couple of other colours however sadly the offer was no longer available for it therefore paid higher price though still worth it as now there is another offer which you can get a Fitbit Flex worth 79.99 for free.
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Nokia Lumia 635 for £49.99 + £20 topup @ EE £69.99

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Can't say if this is a decent phone or not but if someone is in the market for a Lumia then EE have a 'sale' on them. The Lumia 735 is for £129.99 + £20 topup. Link to that below; http://shop.ee.c…
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kevthewat
[quote=cmcaleer04021] EE is the worst network about
Not buying the network , just the phone !
but your buying a top up with a **** company and i never said you are buying the network so **** up

Oh dear , is it past your bedtime , getting a bit teasy .

Edited By: kevthewat on Jan 11, 2015 11:17: spelling mistake
kevthewat
cmcaleer04021
EE is the worst network about
Not buying the network , just the phone !
but your buying a top up with a **** company and i never said you are buying the network so **** up

Edited By: cmcaleer04021 on Jan 10, 2015 21:07
Brought mine by phoning them and they offered it at £35. So I can't complain I'll try unlocking it when it comes on Tuesday
AbstractKiller
Does anyone know if you can unlock EE phones?

Managed to smash the screen of my much loved Lumia 920 and need a temporary replacement (until some new flagships arrive). I'm on Three UK (3UK), so looking for a cheap option (preferably Windows Phone), or a 735 that my wife would like once I'm sorted.

I know this comment is 3 days old but..... I got a Samsung S4 unlocked which was brand new on the EE network. It cost me £12, (they put the prices up at Christmas), but it worked straight away on the 3 Network.

Obviously this was for a different phone but I does suggest that EE phones are possible to unlock.

Edited By: myapps on Jan 03, 2015 22:25
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T-MOBILE CONTRACT WITH FREE IPAD AIR £29.99 / 24 @ mobilephonesdirect £719.76

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I found this deal whilst browsing my upgrade options...which were not great for existing EE customers. You receieve a mobile (not great phone) which costs an initial £7.99, with 250 minutes, unlimi…
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you got to remember. these people like to increase the price while in contract in line to the retail index. thats why i left them
Think HUKD deal etiquette is to quote the full cost of any contract.
So £7.99 + 24*£29.99 is approx. £728. (if it's a 24m ctt)

In answer to your question re 3g or 4g, neither t-mobile or EE offer unlimited data on 4G packages.

bestinthewor|d
Cannot find the deal, please can you provide a direct link?
This sounds like a tailored upgrade deal? So only visible to those due an upgrade (and maybe only with specific history) perhaps

overall doesn't sound too bad if you need unlimited data, but low calls. (personally I call around 500 mins a month but only use 300mb data, )

Having said that, I can't see any tmobile unlimited data plan with only 250minutes though. They all seem to have 2000minutes and sim only for £22.99 with either £50refund or £100 redemption.

So, if you want to stay with tmobile and happy with redemption, you could be paying £14 a month with an extra 1750minutes thrown in. That would cost you £384 less, but no ipad air which is currently selling around £280. So depends whether you'd prefer the huge extra mins, buy a pad and save £100, or get the pad included but pay over odds.

Edit- apologies, posted whilst deal in moderation, see some points have been addressed. But point is same, bad deal overall.


Edited By: tapi on Dec 30, 2014 13:21
I'm a little unsure why it's not allowing me to edit the main get deal link tad annoying, but it can be found on the money supermarket link above.
I believe this narrows it down a bit. It's T-mobile, so definitely not 4G.
Yeah that's true, i think it's a good deal mainly because it's hard to find an unlimited data sim that comes with a little perk.

http://www.moneysupermarket.com/mobile-phones/deal/?id=5627555081
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LG G3 £18.99 24 months contract T-Mobile - potentially £50.50 TCB ( £16.90 pm ) @ mobiles.co.uk £455.76

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Looks like good offer for LG G3 ( not S ) with 1 GB data : 100 min Unlimited text 1 GB data TCB tracked @ £50.50 within 20 min. ( £18.99 * 24 ) - £50.50 = £405.7 £405.7 / 24 = £16.90
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There wasn't a charge last week.

Edited By: satnam99 on Dec 30, 2014 14:57: typo
kalvinlions
This deal works out near enough £500 over 24 months providing T Mobile don't put the price up due to so called INFLATION. The LG G3 is £299 sim free on Amazon. So if you minus £300 quid for the phone, it leaves £200 quid, divide £200 by 24, roughly works out £8 pound. Now, for £8 a month I'm pretty sure there are 30 day sim only deals offering 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 1-2 GB data. My advice would be not to tie your self in to a long contract with any mobile company unless its mega mega cheap and the terms and conditions are clear cut.
Forgot to add, T Mobile are very well known to put their prices up whilst in contract and there's zilch anyone can do about it.

I've copy/pasted this from my other post on a similar deal. The figures might not tally up with the above but I hope you get what I mean.



Don't forget the £119.99 charge for the handset!
Don't forget the £119.99 charge for the handset!
£192 refurbished from O2 on the refresh deal.
Cashback is down to £28.35 now on tcb?
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Alcatel Tribe - £9.99 delivered from Argos' ebay store (Virgin) or £11.00 free click and collect from Asda (T-mobile)

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Now, this isn't going to set anyone's life on fire, but it's a good price for what it is. Maybe a good first phone for the kids? It's got a music player and 2gb camera. I gave my son something simi…
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5.99 at Argos , fast track, store collection, EE network, no top ups
You should post that! ;)
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Sony Xperia Z3 Compact WHITE, Free Handset, T-Mobile 24 month Contract for £29.99 per month @ MobilePhones Direc £719.76

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Sony Xperia Z3 Compact, T-Mobile, 24 month contract for £21.99 per month+free one month handset insurance and technical support. Note: £192.00 cashback reducing the monthly line rental from £29.99 to…
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avoid t-mobile if you want a good internet connection...
pasikkniupscias
how that cashback works automatically or i need claim every 3 month manually
manually I'm afraid.
bluetba
Was going to say I expect that soon t-mobile customers will be pushed onto EE and so get 4G, but actually after reading around I wonder if they will just stop offering new contracts on t-mobile and so push people onto EE and so 4G, they fall under the same umbrella, I don't understand why they don't allow t-mobile customers use 4G on EE.

Probably because they want you to pay for that privilege, i.e. upgrade and signing of a new contract.

Edited By: weirdo on Dec 15, 2014 20:40
how that cashback works automatically or i need claim every 3 month manually
Ive been looking at this for a while, nice deal no doubt.
But id be nice if there waa 4G deal that waa priced similar
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t mobile sim card with £5 top up included £1.00 @ poundland

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I called my local poundland in edgware and they don't seem to do this deal! :( I need a 2nd sim for incoming texts. Any ideas folks?
medic
Does the sim need to be activated before 31.12.14 to get the £5 free - this is what it says on the yellow sticker. If it is activated, what do you need to do to keep the credit and sim active?

Has anyone bought the ones without yellow stickers on the front? Do they also have £5 included?
put them in the phone dial 150 to see if the £5 is on then you can keep the credit as long as start using before 180 days not seen the ones without the yellow stickers.
Does the sim need to be activated before 31.12.14 to get the £5 free - this is what it says on the yellow sticker. If it is activated, what do you need to do to keep the credit and sim active?

Has anyone bought the ones without yellow stickers on the front? Do they also have £5 included?
They've still got loads of these in my local Poundland. I keep buying 2 or 3 everytime i go in and texting a donation to charity :)
tonytucks1
Sounds a good deal but with EE charging 30p per minute thats around 16 minutes of talk time,i think 3 is better @ 3p per minute so 10 times more talk time.
You're right! It's one of those things that's obvious as soon as someone says it. :D

£1 spent as a Three topup buys 33m20s. Spending £1 to get £5 credit at EE buys 16m40s. And for texting, the difference is even more pronounced. £1 for 100 texts at Three; or £1 (for £5 credit) for 41 texts at EE.

That said, someone could spend the £5 credit on talk & text packs, and for five weeks running have a weekly allowance of 25 minutes and 50 texts (total, 125 minutes and 250 texts).

Even paying as you go, still a hot enough deal for people who can't use Three because of coverage or because they don't have a 3G phone.
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Alcatel 1010 on T-Mobile £3.50 (no top up needed) @ Asda

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alcatel 1010 on t-mobile for £3.50 also works on asda/ee/orange/tpo http://direct.asda.com/Alcatel-10-10-Mobile-Phone---T-Mobile/008738220,default,pd.html?dual=0
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oos but heat for the price :p
Sorry, out of stock.
I thought that I got a bargain when I paid £ 4.00 for this phone on EE, but this even better!
I got an unlock code from ebay for 99p.
Awesome burner phones, will buy a few with cash for the capo's!
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Apple iPhone 5 32GB Black & Slate - T-Mobile/Orange £199.00 @ KRCS

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Must seem like i work for these guys but i spotted this whilst posting the speaker and thought it was a good deal when an ipod touch 5th gen 32gb alone is £180 new. Note this only has one month warran…
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umaIra1
I want to sell my iphone5 as I just purchased iPhone 6 plus

Place a for sale post with pictures, and state the condition and which one/colour. I may be interested.
I want to sell my iphone5 as I just purchased iPhone 6 plus
abusaleh
Can applecare be added?

Expired but think any apple product in warranty can have apple care added!
Expired it as must have sold them in time posted the deal! I did buy 2 tbf!
Can applecare be added?
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T-Mobile Pay as you go SIM including £5 credit only 99p @ ebay sold by ee-uk-shop

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Good for just a back up sim also get a £4 profit in credit :), wondering if I can use the credit to buy apps on the Google Play store.. -------------------------------------------------------------…
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when i try and register on ee.co.uk i get

Sorry, an unexpected error has occurred. Please try again

anyone else getting this

EDIT:

now I'm getting this:

ADDRESS FAILURE

The address you have entered does not match the address we have on record for this phone.

Please check you entered your details correctly. If your address has changed since you previously registered your phone, please call our team on 150* from your T-Mobile phone or 0845 412 5000 from a landline to have your details updated.



Edited By: fizz on Dec 15, 2014 21:57: update
busybaron
if you buy these and order a free sim from EE and transfer the t mobile number over to EE with your credit you can get the 100mb of free data a month for life deal

This worked for me I got two sim cards in the end :)

I asked the woman on the phone when I was transferring the credit. how long will it be until they terminate the number through inactivity she said you have to make a chargeable text or call at least every 30days and top up by at least £1 at least 180days after activation. ( http://kenstechtips.com/index.php/payg-inactivity-account-termination-and-credit-expiry)

I always thought that you had to make a chargeable call or text at least once every 180days to keep it active.

Not sure if she was just saying this so I'd spend more money? Could anyone shed any light on this?
thelaine
Is the credit preloaded onto the sim or does it come as a voucher?
Credit is preloaded.
Is the credit preloaded onto the sim or does it come as a voucher?

anybody ordered and tested it on psn credit yet?

Edited By: thelaine on Dec 06, 2014 18:20
tuckeral
Anyone used one of these to port a number between EE contracts? Do t-mobile have any restrictions on time or top ups before I can port number out again after porting it in?
I just took out an EE PAYG to transfer my number across & requested my PAC code 2 days later. Took 2 mins over the phone & EE texted it to me within a few hours
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Galaxy Note 4 'A' grade locked to EE/orange/Tmobile/Virgin £399.99 @ Smartfonestore

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First Post so be Gentle. Don't vote cold just because it's expensive item, let us know where you've seen a better deal for one of these. Cheapest I've seen these at , Showing as having 3 available.…
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this
how could I miss it?

Edited By: robdevil on Dec 20, 2014 12:46
IPhone 6plus or this
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vinit
I wouldn't buy this from EE simply because they have hard coded computrace to this phone which is a phone tracking application and can access all your data and is a backdoor for hackers to access all info on your phone. This cannot be removed its built into the firmware even if u root it it doesn't go!
The best option is to buy a note 4 on the 3 network on ebay ( I got mine brand new for £400) they are all unlocked (3 doesn't lock any of their phones) and then you simply debrand the device with the original samsung stock firmware and it gets rid of all the logos on startup without losing your warranty or tripping the knox counter. I followed these instructions and 3 doesn't hard code computrace on any of their phones. here is the link to de brand
http://forum.xda-developers.com/note-4/help/debranding-note-4-3-network-uk-t2911175
follow the white rabbit, neo, you paranoid freak

Wee bit over the top there pal ? regardless of whether your accurate diagnosis (as a qualified psychiatrist no doubt and an all knowing phone technology expert) that quoted poster is paranoid and a freak, he regardless is trying to be helpful .
lol it was a joke, I meant no offence! I apologise to, Neo!! :)
dwl99

Unlock code is now £13.95 on this link
vinit
I wouldn't buy this from EE simply because they have hard coded computrace to this phone which is a phone tracking application and can access all your data and is a backdoor for hackers to access all info on your phone. This cannot be removed its built into the firmware even if u root it it doesn't go!
The best option is to buy a note 4 on the 3 network on ebay ( I got mine brand new for £400) they are all unlocked (3 doesn't lock any of their phones) and then you simply debrand the device with the original samsung stock firmware and it gets rid of all the logos on startup without losing your warranty or tripping the knox counter. I followed these instructions and 3 doesn't hard code computrace on any of their phones. here is the link to de brand
http://forum.xda-developers.com/note-4/help/debranding-note-4-3-network-uk-t2911175

Where did you purchase brand new for £400?...I really need this phone!! :-)