1.5GB 4G Data - 750 Minutes - Unlimited Text - 30 Days Sim £4.99 Month @ The Peoples Operator
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1.5GB 4G Data - 750 Minutes - Unlimited Text - 30 Days Sim £4.99 Month @ The Peoples Operator

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Found 3rd AprEdited by:"anonymous..."
  • 1.5GB 4G Data (MVNO Three Network)
  • 750 Minutes
  • Unlimited Text
  • 30 Days Sim

£4.99 Month



TPO running on the network rated the UK's most reliable, 7 quarters in a row*

*Source: YouGov SMIX Wave 26 published March 2016

We’re not just about deals and good causes - we’re also dedicated to bringing you the best mobile service. TPO runs on Three, the network built for the mobile internet, which means you can look forward to:

  • Talk and text just about anywhere
  • Very few dropped calls
  • Texts delivered straight away
  • Be able to use data pretty much all the time
  • Quicker downloads on 4G
  • Little or no buffering or stalling

Plus, whenever you need support, you can talk to our UK-based, in-house TPO Help team.
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I've never heard of TPO. Anyone know what they're like??
jenmumof59 m ago

I've never heard of TPO. Anyone know what they're like??


They have been going for a few years now. I have tried them on a couple of occasions, but for some reason the SIM wouldn't work in any of my phones (unlocked), so I gave up. I have had no problem with other SIM cards, even foreign ones, so I might have been unlucky with a duff SIM from TPO.
Yuck. Uses Three network. Not for me thanks as I find the network too unreliable. Thanks OP for the post as it's a cracking deal though. Voted hot for price, just not network for the burbs.
PSheppard3rd Apr

Yuck. Uses Three network. Not for me thanks as I find the network too …Yuck. Uses Three network. Not for me thanks as I find the network too unreliable. Thanks OP for the post as it's a cracking deal though. Voted hot for price, just not network for the burbs.


I was going to tell my dad of this deal until this comment. Three's signal sucks in some parts of London.
biglyy7 m ago

I was going to tell my dad of this deal until this comment. Three's signal …I was going to tell my dad of this deal until this comment. Three's signal sucks in some parts of London.


Depends on where your dad lives and travels

Other areas you go Three Network maybe better
Edited by: "anonymous..." 3rd Apr
Unreliable. My purchased data didn't work so gave a call for their customer service to sort the problem . The person I talked to was an Asian woman cooking something in the kitchen and heard kids in the background. I would avoid it
TamasGaluska15 m ago

Unreliable. My purchased data didn't work so gave a call for their …Unreliable. My purchased data didn't work so gave a call for their customer service to sort the problem . The person I talked to was an Asian woman cooking something in the kitchen and heard kids in the background. I would avoid it


I'm rather disappointed the company logo isn't a hammer and sickle
Excuse the stupid question, but could you use a SIM like this in a cellular-equipped iPad? It seems a cheap way to have some backup data when you're out of WiFi range. Obviously the calls wouldn't get used.
glasswall7 m ago

Excuse the stupid question, but could you use a SIM like this in a …Excuse the stupid question, but could you use a SIM like this in a cellular-equipped iPad? It seems a cheap way to have some backup data when you're out of WiFi range. Obviously the calls wouldn't get used.


It would work not sure if the network would allow you to do that and if they didn't are they able to monitor
was with them for 6 months basically if you were a hermit and didnt go out it would be fine, trying to connect to the internet pretty much anywhere outside was a pain, the last straw was when in kfc tried to use app to get the mighty bucket for £4.50 instead of usual price of £6.19 wouldn't work😩
Tried TPO for my teenage son recently and was a disaster because there doesn't seem to be any way of capping spend so once he'd used his packaged data he quickly ran up an extra £20. He's back on 3 now where when it runs out it stops. Some, like Plusnet, allow you to cap at say an extra £2, which is OK but I could not find a way to limit with TPO.
Edited by: "arniemacgyver" 6th Apr
dazzercfc2 h, 25 m ago

was with them for 6 months basically if you were a hermit and didnt go out …was with them for 6 months basically if you were a hermit and didnt go out it would be fine, trying to connect to the internet pretty much anywhere outside was a pain, the last straw was when in kfc tried to use app to get the mighty bucket for £4.50 instead of usual price of £6.19 wouldn't work😩



I haven't noticed TPO being any worse/better than my previous provider. Three used to have fewer transmitters many years ago, but it should be much of a muchness now when comparing it to others. But obviously mobile transmitters are in just the right/wrong place for some spots.

10% of your bill goes to your selected good cause.
Edited by: "EQL" 3rd Apr
TamasGaluska4 h, 1 m ago

Unreliable. My purchased data didn't work so gave a call for their …Unreliable. My purchased data didn't work so gave a call for their customer service to sort the problem . The person I talked to was an Asian woman cooking something in the kitchen and heard kids in the background. I would avoid it


Was she cooking a Chinese or a curry?

I am with tpo and I get 1000 mins, unlim texts and 1GB for £3.99. They are great
I just have switched my number from EE to them with the same offer, but I would not recommend it at all. Calls to another network (apart from three number) keep drooping after 5 seconds with no reason. Data is good mostly 4G. I have got a PUK code to swtich to another provider.
poor speeds and coverage. Finished with them and continued to bill me. Poor CS. Beware
Misslovely53 m ago

Was she cooking a Chinese or a curry? I am with tpo and I get 1000 mins, …Was she cooking a Chinese or a curry? I am with tpo and I get 1000 mins, unlim texts and 1GB for £3.99. They are great


Was cooking a Chinese curry. Where are you going with this?
No tethering
I've been with TPO for roughly 12 months. It's a great deal... If you don't need the data. The data is VERY hit and miss with emphasis on the latter. Obviously it depends where you are but my experience of the data is mostly 3G and it's NOT fast at all. It's so bad I have a dual SIM plusnet which I use just for data... I've been tempted to let the TPO sim go but for the peanuts I pay it does come in handy sometimes, like when travelling abroad. Strangely, when I was in Belgium I got a good data connection, better than I got roaming on plusnet... So, for less than £50 a year I keep hold of it, more as a "just in case" back up sim. Has also come in when I'm close to my monthly renewal on plusnet and I've maxed the data out.

In short, good as a back up 😃
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I'm with TPO - (I got the £3.99 deal on here - thanks HotUKDeals!). So good I bought 2, I would buy more because 1Gb @ £3.99 is hard to beat!
Might go for this though, still under a fiver month. I was looking @ the VM unlimited offer and it's £21, I have managed to get by with WiFi connections so big data is not something I would need...
you had me till '3'
This deal inspired me to ask Plusnet to price match, which they did and gave me a few more minutes as well. Cheers.
Tried signing up online, but for some reason their systems won't recognise my name / address / bank details together, despite trying to use a few different bank accounts all in my name... waited on their phones over 20 mins and then the person I talked to basically said they use a 3rd party to validate these details and perform an ID check, and if it doesn't check out on their website then "tough", no other way to correct (obviously) incorrect records at the 3rd party or to process an order by phone.

Wasn't exactly a "this day and age" type answer, feels like the world is going back in time in terms of service expectations :-)
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