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£15 Monthly - 20GB 4G Data - Unlimited Call & Texts - 12 Months Sim £180 @ EE via uSwitch
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£15 Monthly - 20GB 4G Data - Unlimited Call & Texts - 12 Months Sim £180 @ EE via uSwitch

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Posted 5th Jun

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jonnybravo05/06/2020 13:55

Am I missing something? How is this a deal when you get 30gb for a tenner …Am I missing something? How is this a deal when you get 30gb for a tenner from SMARTY? Just cos EE better network?


You've just answered your own question
Martianonfire05/06/2020 05:11

Native? Is their a country called ee?


When being silly, people should really check their posts!
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If you want native EE, this seems a good price.
jnm2105/06/2020 04:49

If you want native EE, this seems a good price.


Native? Is their a country called ee?
For £15 you can get 40gig from BT who own EE with top cash back on offer aswell.

bt.com/mob…als
nablor05/06/2020 06:11

For £15 you can get 40gig from BT who own EE with top cash back on offer …For £15 you can get 40gig from BT who own EE with top cash back on offer aswell.https://www.bt.com/mobile/sim-only-deals#40gboffer


nablor05/06/2020 06:11

For £15 you can get 40gig from BT who own EE with top cash back on offer …For £15 you can get 40gig from BT who own EE with top cash back on offer aswell.https://www.bt.com/mobile/sim-only-deals#40gboffer


This is only if you have BT broadband. Else it is £20/ month
Martianonfire05/06/2020 05:11

Native? Is their a country called ee?


When being silly, people should really check their posts!
What happens after 12 months? Does this roll on at same price or need another contract
bulgy_pants05/06/2020 09:42

What happens after 12 months? Does this roll on at same price or need …What happens after 12 months? Does this roll on at same price or need another contract


Generally it rolls on but EE has the right to expire your discount once the contract is ended.

They done it in two of my sim after 1 year of contract ending and one if my sim 4 months after contract ending

I guess they probably done audit on my accounts
Edited by: "anonymous." 5th Jun
Too expensive
bulgy_pants05/06/2020 09:42

What happens after 12 months? Does this roll on at same price or need …What happens after 12 months? Does this roll on at same price or need another contract


I've never had any issues. I've been on a deal now for the past 3 or 4 years. Got 25GB for £16 a month which has gradually gone up by some pence every year like EE always does.
But they've never taken my deal off me, and never come across a better one when looking so never upgraded from it.
HigginsSamuel05/06/2020 12:04

I've never had any issues. I've been on a deal now for the past 3 or 4 …I've never had any issues. I've been on a deal now for the past 3 or 4 years. Got 25GB for £16 a month which has gradually gone up by some pence every year like EE always does. But they've never taken my deal off me, and never come across a better one when looking so never upgraded from it.


EE had an amazing offer a couple of months ago, 100GB Data, Unlimited Mins/Texts for £20pm on an 18-month contract. That in itself was good but the icing on the cake was £130 Quidco cashback effectively making the cost £12.78pm over the first 18-months then £20pm thereafter.
Edited by: "cheekster" 5th Jun
Am I missing something? How is this a deal when you get 30gb for a tenner from SMARTY? Just cos EE better network?
jonnybravo05/06/2020 13:55

Am I missing something? How is this a deal when you get 30gb for a tenner …Am I missing something? How is this a deal when you get 30gb for a tenner from SMARTY? Just cos EE better network?


You've just answered your own question
If thats the reason, the i really don't see this as a deal. EE really isn't that much better.
anonymous.05/06/2020 14:09

You've just answered your own question


If that's the reason then I really don't see this as a deal. EE really isn't that much better.
jonnybravo05/06/2020 14:46

If thats the reason, the i really don't see this as a deal. EE really …If thats the reason, the i really don't see this as a deal. EE really isn't that much better. If that's the reason then I really don't see this as a deal. EE really isn't that much better.


It depends where you are really. I am on 3 which is also SMARTY and not even 3g or 4g and live in a normal town. This also shows as poor on their coverage checker. Where as o2 and ee have 4g indoors and outdoors
jonnybravo05/06/2020 13:55

Am I missing something? How is this a deal when you get 30gb for a tenner …Am I missing something? How is this a deal when you get 30gb for a tenner from SMARTY? Just cos EE better network?


Smarty uses 3’s signal and their signal in certain areas are poor, not forgetting their customer service is not any better either
EE have better coverage in most areas and have really fast speeds

For some yes smarty sim would benefit them
jonnybravo05/06/2020 14:46

If thats the reason, the i really don't see this as a deal. EE really …If thats the reason, the i really don't see this as a deal. EE really isn't that much better. If that's the reason then I really don't see this as a deal. EE really isn't that much better.


I have not heard of a single network which does not have a bad review

Network coverage depends on where you live and travel around many dont understand this
Edited by: "anonymous." 5th Jun
40987258-amX6V.jpgOk it’s got £5 off, but isn’t this capped to 60 megs ?
CockOfTheNorth05/06/2020 16:18

[Image] Ok it’s got £5 off, but isn’t this capped to 60 megs ?


Yes, they now charge extra for their fastest speeds called 4GEE. £2pm extra a friend of mine now pays whereas a few years ago he didn’t pay any extra and also the speeds were significantly faster (200Mbps+).
My EE is essentials - capped to 60Mbps.

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jnm2105/06/2020 19:31

My EE is essentials - capped to 60Mbps. [Image]


Depends how saturated a area is, EE will cap you when it needs to. EE is the worst performer region wide here, the speeds are that horrific that o2 beats them, then Three & top dog Voda.
cheekster05/06/2020 19:28

Yes, they now charge extra for their fastest speeds called 4GEE. £2pm …Yes, they now charge extra for their fastest speeds called 4GEE. £2pm extra a friend of mine now pays whereas a few years ago he didn’t pay any extra and also the speeds were significantly faster (200Mbps+).


Go Faster £2 ee.co.uk/hel…-on

BT squeezing every last penny out
CockOfTheNorth05/06/2020 19:49

Depends how saturated a area is, EE will cap you when it needs to. EE is …Depends how saturated a area is, EE will cap you when it needs to. EE is the worst performer region wide here, the speeds are that horrific that o2 beats them, then Three & top dog Voda.


Here’s an old screenshot of a speedtest my friend did almost two years ago on EE.

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He regularly sent me screenshots of download speeds noticeably faster than that from all over London and surrounding cities. Other than Virgin Media customers, most people didn’t have home broadband with 200Mbps+ download speeds and definitely not 55Mbps upload back in 2018.
cheekster05/06/2020 19:59

Here’s an old screenshot of a speedtest my friend did almost two years ago …Here’s an old screenshot of a speedtest my friend did almost two years ago on EE.[Image] He regularly sent me screenshots of download speeds noticeably faster than that from all over London and surrounding cities. Other than Virgin Media customers, most people didn’t have home broadband with 200Mbps+ download speeds and definitely not 55Mbps upload back in 2018.


I can agree with this. This is my current speed on ee. I'm on a 4gee max plan from 2017

40993752-E2jhn.jpgMy wife on vodaphone gets about 30mbit/s max in same area.
cheekster05/06/2020 19:59

Here’s an old screenshot of a speedtest my friend did almost two years ago …Here’s an old screenshot of a speedtest my friend did almost two years ago on EE.[Image] He regularly sent me screenshots of download speeds noticeably faster than that from all over London and surrounding cities. Other than Virgin Media customers, most people didn’t have home broadband with 200Mbps+ download speeds and definitely not 55Mbps upload back in 2018.


As I said EE like all the others can vary region to region, just like BT Openreach Fibre varies exchange to exchange.

I’ve tried EE region wide urban & rural on a full EE speed unlimited sim, £37, rarely did it go above 30 megs & never over 40 meg in various mobile devices including a £400 Netgear M2 (Gigabit/up to 2 Gbps) mobile router.

netgear.co.uk/hom…spx

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Nhs get 100gb on ee for £16
Geekboy2k08/06/2020 12:38

how do we get that? cheers


I think the website is healthservicediscounts
Geekboy2k08/06/2020 12:38

how do we get that? cheers


You need to start looking for job with nhs
My contract coming to an end, I've been paying £15 for 20gb and now want it lowered but EE isn't helping. I don't want more data nor I want to pay more.
Tee_8017/06/2020 14:01

My contract coming to an end, I've been paying £15 for 20gb and now want …My contract coming to an end, I've been paying £15 for 20gb and now want it lowered but EE isn't helping. I don't want more data nor I want to pay more.


I am with Sky Mobile they use o2 network

I moved over to from EE is because they allow Wifi calling and VoLTE (4G) (selected handsets) and also your data never goes to waste
Every month unused data goes into a bank and you could use them whenever you like for up to three year

Have look here if you think you have good mobile coverage in your area

Skys deal start from £8 for 8GB

sky.com/shop/mobile/plans
Edited by: "anonymous." 17th Jun
Tee_8017/06/2020 14:01

My contract coming to an end, I've been paying £15 for 20gb and now want …My contract coming to an end, I've been paying £15 for 20gb and now want it lowered but EE isn't helping. I don't want more data nor I want to pay more.


Find a new EE deal from a EE ‘non direct’ seller somewhere and call say you’ve found a better EE deal more akin to your needs and play dumb “how to I transfer my existing number over?’ if they say you can’t (they will) just say ok so I PAC out to another network Payg & back into EE then, can I have a PAC please.

They don’t like paying commissions to EE retailers so usually try match or beat it. EE commissions costs a fortune for new customer connections, cheaper to give a discount and/or with some internal only price plans available on EEs own system that external authorised retailers can’t access
Edited by: "CockOfTheNorth" 17th Jun
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