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10GB for £10pm - Plusnet SIM only (uses EE network). £50 TCB possible £120 Total @ Plusnet
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10GB for £10pm - Plusnet SIM only (uses EE network). £50 TCB possible £120 Total @ Plusnet

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Posted 23rd May

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They were also doing 10GB for £10 on 30 day control. I swapped mine last week
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They were also doing 10GB for £10 on 30 day control. I swapped mine last week
The 30 day one is still there, but seems no cashback
peawet0823/05/2020 18:18

They were also doing 10GB for £10 on 30 day control. I swapped mine last …They were also doing 10GB for £10 on 30 day control. I swapped mine last week


12GB if BB customer
Gonna go for the Smarty deal when I get back from Spain 🇪🇸 30GB £10/ month, rolling contract and TCB
Disco.Dave23/05/2020 19:03

Gonna go for the Smarty deal when I get back from Spain 🇪🇸 30GB £10/ …Gonna go for the Smarty deal when I get back from Spain 🇪🇸 30GB £10/ month, rolling contract and TCB


Smarty uses Three network..I left Three because of the EE network that Plusnet uses.
Part of the selling point for Plusnet is the EE network
Edited by: "Shock" 23rd May
TCB £42.50 on website....
Still £42.50
peawet0823/05/2020 18:18

They were also doing 10GB for £10 on 30 day control. I swapped mine last …They were also doing 10GB for £10 on 30 day control. I swapped mine last week


I downgraded mine to 2.5GB £6.50 30 day
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hows the speeds on this network compare to EE
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I might take the chance and get 10gb on a 30day rolling rather than 12months
Same as EE. Both Plusnet and EE are now BT subsidiaries.
Only difference is Plusnet is not offering "free" extras like sport channels or something. The biggest drawback for now is lack of e-sim availability, if you have recent iPhone or another e-sim compatible device.
Edited by: "HaraldBB" 23rd May
HaraldBB23/05/2020 20:40

Same as EE. Both Plusnet and EE are now BT subsidiaries.Only difference is …Same as EE. Both Plusnet and EE are now BT subsidiaries.Only difference is Plusnet is not offering "free" extras like sport channels or something. The biggest drawback for now is lack of e-sim availability, if you have recent iPhone or another e-sim compatible device.


Although plusnet “uses the EE network” I was under the impression that only EE and BT use all frequencies. As a result coverage on plusnet will not be identical to EE.

Plusnet don’t have access to 4G 800MHz (which is suited to indoor coverage)

No WiFi calling and no 800MHz resulted in terrible coverage for me on Plusnet vs BT.
jesusgsdev23/05/2020 19:18

Smarty uses Three network..I left Three because of the EE network that …Smarty uses Three network..I left Three because of the EE network that Plusnet uses.


I'm on three at the moment but out of contract. I like three but I'm always looking for a better deal
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three are worst network ever#!!! i will never go back again! iam looking at plus net because runs on EE network but is it good as EE?
ec9wrr23/05/2020 20:52

Although plusnet “uses the EE network” I was under the impression that onl …Although plusnet “uses the EE network” I was under the impression that only EE and BT use all frequencies. As a result coverage on plusnet will not be identical to EE. Plusnet don’t have access to 4G 800MHz (which is suited to indoor coverage)No WiFi calling and no 800MHz resulted in terrible coverage for me on Plusnet vs BT.


Wifi calling is working just fine. Never bothered to check 800 MHz, but pretty sure it works as good as other bands

As you can see, phone got same provisioning setting as EE (switching Wifi Calling OFF was my own choice):

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Edited by: "HaraldBB" 23rd May
HaraldBB23/05/2020 20:59

Wifi calling is working just fine. Never bothered to check 800 MHz, but …Wifi calling is working just fine. Never bothered to check 800 MHz, but pretty sure it works as good as other bandsAs you can see, phone got same provisioning setting as EE (switching Wifi Calling OFF was my own choice):[Image]


Everything I saw said no WiFi calling so impressed you have it.

4g.co.uk/new…ng/

It’s 800MHz they miss out on Plusnet.
12gb from 3 for £10. Well, mine became £9 after chatting to them
TCB £55, tracks within hours
Just as a reminder, Plusnet do NOT support sending to 5 digit short codes, so that may impact your ability to respond to some financial institutions, utility providers, and interaction with TV programs. They have at least fixed the original poorly implemented voicemail, and I believe they now use EE’s full function voicemail.
rheumatoid23/05/2020 18:44

12GB if BB customer


I’m not a Plusnet broadband customer and got that deal back in January thanks to info shared on here. Requested a PAC code via text message, logged into my account via a web browser and 12GB data for £10 per month on a 30-day rolling contract was listed. An extra 2GB data per month for zero additional cost.

Sold!
I've had Plusnet for my son's phone number. Been great. Customer service is in the UK and very helpful. The signal I've experienced is every bit as good as EE proper. The data speeds are superb. I get the 10gb for £10 on a 30 day deal.

The fact I can't dial X Factor in a Saturday evening with a 5 digit code is s bonus!
You can get £10 a month on a rolling contract with Plusnet. It's the tariff I'm on.

Even though EE is the carrier network, Plusnet does not have access to 800mhz frequency and for this reason the indoor coverage is NOT very good at all. In addition it does not allow VoLTE.
Thanks OP just ordered with 42.50 TCB.
HaraldBB23/05/2020 20:59

Wifi calling is working just fine. Never bothered to check 800 MHz, but …Wifi calling is working just fine. Never bothered to check 800 MHz, but pretty sure it works as good as other bandsAs you can see, phone got same provisioning setting as EE (switching Wifi Calling OFF was my own choice):[Image]


Have you tested WiFi calling? I have the option too, but when I tried it out, it just routes over the mobile network.
Edited by: "Thar" 24th May
I’ve been with plusnet and their speed is terrible, not the usual EE (currently with EE myself). For £10 a month I’d rather go for o2 for the exact deal.
£60 cashback via Quidco premium highest cashback gurantee.
Can you tether with plusnet?
Plusnet customer / sales service is excellent. However, the Plusnet network is rather iffy, to say the least.
Comparison: moved from EE to Plusnet and use a TalkTalk SIM in the same phone. Same issues affecting another Plusnet SIM in the household (different phone)

* no shortcode support
* poor coverage, even in the same locations as with previous EE - can't recall ever seeing five bars
* unreliable whilst driving, even if signal appears OK
* poor call quality almost constantly, even to another Plusnet SIM
* large latency on call's audio
* failures to connect calls - missed calls that never actually rang
* long delay in connecting calls, before ringing starts, in particular to the other Plusnet SIM in the household (spouse's)
* no engaged tone when calling engaged numbers - it just ends the call immediately with a single beep
Edited by: "obloldo" 28th May
jesusgsdev23/05/2020 19:18

Smarty uses Three network..I left Three because of the EE network that …Smarty uses Three network..I left Three because of the EE network that Plusnet uses.


Out of interest, what kind of 4G speeds do you get on Plusnet and how is the CS? I'm on EE but coming out of contract and want to go SIMO, tried a VOXI SIM on Voda and 4G speeds went from 50 to 3 Mbps on average so that's not gonna work. I've heard that the networks tend to throttle their MVNO speeds, not sure if this is the case with Plusnet.

Feel your pain about Three, had a second line for 7 years with them but the last 6 months has been abysmal with dropped calls and ridiculous 4G speeds (West London). Moved that line over to EEand it's been night and day. But now can't afford two EE lines haha.

EE is probably the best network out there, but they do charge for it.
hcc2730/05/2020 11:58

Out of interest, what kind of 4G speeds do you get on Plusnet and how is …Out of interest, what kind of 4G speeds do you get on Plusnet and how is the CS? I'm on EE but coming out of contract and want to go SIMO, tried a VOXI SIM on Voda and 4G speeds went from 50 to 3 Mbps on average so that's not gonna work. I've heard that the networks tend to throttle their MVNO speeds, not sure if this is the case with Plusnet.Feel your pain about Three, had a second line for 7 years with them but the last 6 months has been abysmal with dropped calls and ridiculous 4G speeds (West London). Moved that line over to EEand it's been night and day. But now can't afford two EE lines haha. EE is probably the best network out there, but they do charge for it.


I did a couple of tests inside my home around Islington and I got 63/61Mbps of download and 19/28Mbps of upload (yes, between 20 to 30). I haven´t tried outside, I will do later this month because I only got 4GB but each test consumes 150MB of data. CS is good, in fact, if you are in the top SIM of 10GB for 10£ and you call within 14 days saying you want to cancel due to lack of GB, they will offer you up to 14GB for the same price. I think EE could be even faster but inside home having 60/30 is more than good. Ps. Three gave me 8MBps down and 6Mbps up in the same place.
jesusgsdev30/05/2020 12:02

I did a couple of tests inside my home around Islington and I got …I did a couple of tests inside my home around Islington and I got 63/61Mbps of download and 19/28Mbps of upload (yes, between 20 to 30). I haven´t tried outside, I will do later this month because I only got 4GB but each test consumes 150MB of data. CS is good, in fact, if you are in the top SIM of 10GB for 10£ and you call within 14 days saying you want to cancel due to lack of GB, they will offer you up to 14GB for the same price. I think EE could be even faster but inside home having 60/30 is more than good. Ps. Three gave me 8MBps down and 6Mbps up in the same place.


Thanks, sounds like EE aren't throttling Plusnet at all. The upload speeds are very impressive. I get similar speeds on EE in West London. Plusnet here I come.
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Plusnet are great got sim number moved in 1 day I get speeds 50 - 60mpbs great decision I made signal is great
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