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1000 Minutes / 2GB Data for £4.95 per 30 Days on Lebara Mobile via Uswitch
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1000 Minutes / 2GB Data for £4.95 per 30 Days on Lebara Mobile via Uswitch

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Posted 6th Jun

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Uswitch has a deal with Lebara Mobile, offering 2GB data. 1000 minutes and Unlimited texts for £4.95 per 30 days (around £5.02 per month).
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Dusty06/06/2020 11:50

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" Promotion is valid for the first month of purchase and standard price of £10 applies on autorenewal"
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This one doesn't seem a bad one either mobile.lebara.com/gb/…137 Also a 6GB/Unlimited/Unlimited on the website for £6.
Great deal, voted hot! Also available via MSE for 5p more with unlimited minutes.

moneysavingexpert.com/red…120

Crucially both come with 100 international minutes - OP good to add that.

They seem to offer different deals via uswitch, moneysavingexpert.com, moneysupermarket, broadbandchoices, etc.

Another excellent deal for a niche audience (which would freeze on here for that reason) is also via MSE, 15GB for £14.99 - including UNLIMITED international calls!

Been thinking to start a Lebara deals thread with the best offers from the various introducers (I hate the term megathread).
Edited by: "jnm21" 6th Jun
Dusty06/06/2020 11:37

This one doesn't seem a bad one either …This one doesn't seem a bad one either https://mobile.lebara.com/gb/en/msm/exclusive-monthly-plan-500/p/441137 Also a 6GB/Unlimited/Unlimited on the website for £6.


Beat me to it because I was adding detail!
Got this for Mother in law last month . All runs smooth and she has set up automatic payment via her debit card. Her landline was costing her 35p/minute so saves her a lot. Just took 2 days to port her number.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 6th Jun
Dusty06/06/2020 11:50

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" Promotion is valid for the first month of purchase and standard price of £10 applies on autorenewal"
Who do Lebara use as their network?

Edit: Says Vodafone on their FAQs.
Edited by: "Xmob" 6th Jun
Very good signal where I am, similar speeds to direct with Vodafone (up to 4G, no 5G).
mtwiscool06/06/2020 11:53

" Promotion is valid for the first month of purchase and standard price of …" Promotion is valid for the first month of purchase and standard price of £10 applies on autorenewal"


Ah, if it's too good to be true...
probably a daft question but is there any problems porting a number from Vodafone to Lebara as they both use the same network (I assume not but just wanted to make sure)
Edited by: "mozbud" 6th Jun
mtwiscool06/06/2020 11:53

" Promotion is valid for the first month of purchase and standard price of …" Promotion is valid for the first month of purchase and standard price of £10 applies on autorenewal"


The £5 mse deal has been auto renewing fine for the past few months at £5
sdodnib06/06/2020 12:40

The £5 mse deal has been auto renewing fine for the past few months at £5


I was referring to another offer someone brought up, not the £5 MSE deal.
mtwiscool06/06/2020 12:41

I was referring to another offer someone brought up, not the £5 MSE deal.


I know. Just mentioned in case people don’t want a one month only deal and want one that continues renewing they can just go for that deal instead.
mozbud06/06/2020 12:40

probably a daft question but is there any problems porting a number from …probably a daft question but is there any problems porting a number from Vodafone to Lebara as they both use the same network (I assume not but just wanted to make sure)


Ported voda to lebara two months ago no problem. Mvno are treated as a different network for porting purposes
sdodnib06/06/2020 12:44

Ported voda to lebara two months ago no problem. Mvno are treated as a …Ported voda to lebara two months ago no problem. Mvno are treated as a different network for porting purposes



Great, thanks
The telephone customer service was closed when I ported but their online chat is okay. Also they give you £10 free credit when you port in, technically you can’t use this to pay the following month rental but they will usually let you if you go to online chat again. It’s a bit of a faff but you can effectively get two months free rental that way
Edited by: "sdodnib" 6th Jun
I emailed their chat the other day to ask about the auto renew on their £8.95 deal with uSwitch and was told it stays that price until you leave. I didn't want it to revert to a different price after month 1. Seemed pretty good to be fair, and 1 month contract so if any issues just move.

Currently with Virgin, but they don't really seem to do deals anymore on retention. Their CS is sell anyway.
Is this the one where you have to call to cancel auto renewal?
£5 cashback if you go for this at £5 a month via Quidco. Same deal (2gb, 1000 mins) is available everywhere, including Lebara direct.
simonp9907/06/2020 12:47

Is this the one where you have to call to cancel auto renewal?



I cancelled auto renewal through the app.
menace476521/06/2020 11:09

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Only pay as you go charges. When I tried to renew, customer service told me that the free credit cannot be used to purchase a bundle.
mgdeal21/06/2020 11:20

Only pay as you go charges. When I tried to renew, customer service told …Only pay as you go charges. When I tried to renew, customer service told me that the free credit cannot be used to purchase a bundle.


Ahh i was expecting that to make use of it. Moving from voxi to lebara .
woodface708/06/2020 01:53

£5 cashback if you go for this at £5 a month via Quidco. Same deal (2gb, 1 …£5 cashback if you go for this at £5 a month via Quidco. Same deal (2gb, 1000 mins) is available everywhere, including Lebara direct.


One important point..... The MSE deals linked earlier in the thread is unlimited minutes not just a 1000 so the MSE deal is better .
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