3 Mobile Sim Only deal 12 GB unlimited text, unlimited minutes £9.42 a month (£14 a month without quidco cashback) £168
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3 Mobile Sim Only deal 12 GB unlimited text, unlimited minutes £9.42 a month (£14 a month without quidco cashback) £168

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Found 10th Sep 2017
£55 cashback from quidco makes this a hot deal

12GB data

All-you-can-eat minutes.

All-you-can-eat texts

12 month contract.
12GB Personal Hotspot

Feel at Home Around the World
Go Binge



Your plan explained.
Feel At Home.

On our Advanced Plans you can use your allowances in 60 destinations worldwide to call and text the UK and use your data at no extra cost. That’s more destinations where you can use your phone abroad at no extra cost than any other UK mobile network.

If you travel to our Feel at Home destinations on an Essential Plan, our roaming charges for that destination apply.

Personal Hotspot.

With Personal Hotspot, you can use your phone’s data allowance to connect up your other devices. Pretty handy for when you’re nowhere near a Wi-Fi connection. On our Essential Plans, you can’t use your inclusive data allowance to create a personal hotspot.

Go Binge.

Go Binge provides an unlimited data allowance for streaming video and music from selected partners as long as you’ve some of your standard data allowance remaining in any billing cycle. The Go Binge service is provided at standard definition. If you’re looking to stream or download content at higher definition you can choose to opt out of Go Binge at any time and use your standard data allowance instead. Go Binge is available for use within the UK and our Feel At Home destinations, but some services are not available overseas while roaming due to licensing conditions. Separate subscriptions are necessary for some third party services. Some additional content (such as adverts) may come out of your regular data allowance. For the latest information about our partners see three.co.uk/go-…ge.

Soundcloud.

SoundCloud is the world's largest music and audio platform, allowing people to discover and enjoy the greatest selection of music from the most diverse creator community on earth. See soundcloud.com/ter…use for full terms and conditions.

Deezer.

Deezer costs £9.99 per month and this gives you access to audio/music to listen on any device. See deezer.com/leg…cgu for full terms and conditions.

All-you-can-eat.

If your plan includes an All-you-can-eat allowance, there are no hidden “fair use policies” within the UK – we just ask that you use these for your personal use only and not for any illegal, commercial or improper purposes. Some limits do apply in our Feel At Home destinations – see three.co.uk/fee…ome to find out more.

Calls to the call centre


Call our Customer Services team at no extra cost from the UK.


Control your spend.

Set your own limits for voice and data to avoid getting that shocking big bill. You can also benefit from text alerts when you get close to your allowance limits.


Netflix.

Netflix streaming membership required. netflix.com/Ter…Use


TV Player.

The partnership between Three.co.uk and TVPlayer gives the opportunity to any Three customer to buy the TVPlayer monthly pack for £5.99 per month (1st month Free trial) and have access to 100+ channels to watch on any device. TVPlayer Plus is a low-cost TV subscription service that provides our customers with 100+ live and on-demand TV channels streamed over the Internet to certain Internet-connected mobiles, tablets, computers and other devices ("TVPlayer Plus Supported Devices"). See tvplayer.com for full terms and conditions.
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32 Comments
Looks good to me!
If you get a PAYG 3 number and use the existing customer section you can verify via the PAYG number and get this deal for £12.00
Think twice before going with this as I did back in May and the signal is shocking everywhere. You will get 4g for around 30 seconds after turning off airplane mode as this resets the network connection. You will then end up on H or H+ if you are lucky.

Even confirmed by staff in three store that demands on the network meaning thinning out the bandwidth.
Potentially stupid question, but I'm coming to the end of my current 3 contract and they won't give me anything near this good as an incentive. If I cancel that and get a PAC code, can I just use it on this SIM if I bought it through Quidco ? Thx.
Are you promised the £55 cashback?
Signal is crap! ID mobile use their signal and I try get through to my sister at school (1 mile away) 70% chance of my call connecting.

I called them and apprantly signal is "excellent" in our area - nothing reported. #whatever

Think about it before purchasing, if you know three works in your area the way it should then this is HOT.
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Bazallworks25 m ago

Potentially stupid question, but I'm coming to the end of my current 3 …Potentially stupid question, but I'm coming to the end of my current 3 contract and they won't give me anything near this good as an incentive. If I cancel that and get a PAC code, can I just use it on this SIM if I bought it through Quidco ? Thx.

You can't do network PAC. But you can transfer your existing number to another network and then switch it back to Three. That would resolve the issue

Hope that helps
Same cashback rate at TCB. Still waiting for my quidco claim for a three contract from January, even though they state claims for three are normally dealt with within 4 months. I've also had loads of other stuff not pay out with Quidco, but TCB has been pity good and I've had nearly 2k out of them.
Rokjit35 m ago

Think twice before going with this as I did back in May and the signal is …Think twice before going with this as I did back in May and the signal is shocking everywhere. You will get 4g for around 30 seconds after turning off airplane mode as this resets the network connection. You will then end up on H or H+ if you are lucky.Even confirmed by staff in three store that demands on the network meaning thinning out the bandwidth.



Do you think this is because of the location you use it? Network speed and types may not be same everywhere.
Original Poster
Daveseans3 m ago

Do you think this is because of the location you use it? Network speed and …Do you think this is because of the location you use it? Network speed and types may not be same everywhere.

It can be area dependent and 3 are rolling out constant upgrades. It is worth noting that although this is a valid warning, you will always have a 14 day cooling off period whereby you can cancel the contract for no fee if you are unhappy with the product in any way. Check the coverage map for more assistance

three.co.uk/Dis…age
davemcgall1 h, 19 m ago

If you get a PAYG 3 number and use the existing customer section you can …If you get a PAYG 3 number and use the existing customer section you can verify via the PAYG number and get this deal for £12.00


No cashback though
3ak48 m ago

Signal is crap! ID mobile use their signal and I try get through to my …Signal is crap! ID mobile use their signal and I try get through to my sister at school (1 mile away) 70% chance of my call connecting.I called them and apprantly signal is "excellent" in our area - nothing reported. #whateverThink about it before purchasing, if you know three works in your area the way it should then this is HOT.

We had the same problem lucky to get 1 bar signal anywhere in town (except in cpw shop where it miraculously jumped to 5 bars 4G ) oh I bet they don't have a " booster " hidden away , ended up ending the contract and switching to a network with a signal we could use .Never Ever 3/id again !!!
Existing customers can change over to this deal as I rang up and spoke to a rep last Monday as my current plan was for 4gb @ £11. I informed them of this deal and they changed me over straight away. I couldn't fault them. I live in Kent and haven't experienced any problems with 3.
Edited by: "staycihenry" 10th Sep 2017
Just done online chat and they said u can't upgrade to this deal it's for a new contract only !
I am really temped as it is a good deal and I just finished a 12 month contract but I haven't always had the best coverage with 3. I am hoping that this encourages other providers to offer similiar deals.
Edited by: "electriclinux" 10th Sep 2017
Hmm, is it worth moving from EE for this. Currently paying £20 a month, out of conctract unl text calls, 14gb data
Can't decide if I should jump from Virgin mobile (20GB rollover (which I hardly use), 5000 minutes and unlimited texts for £15.73) a month. Going on holiday on America at the end of October and it'd be nice to have inclusive calls / data.

I notice that the Topcashback deal describes a 600 minute call - not sure if it gives three a way to stop the cashback. Also, last time I was with Three, they ended up ending my current deal and offering a naff alternative.
I agree with Rokjit, exactly the same in May when using my Three SIM in Gran Canaria. Only managed to get H or H+ at best so trying to use anything more than simple browsing was a no go! Fortunately hotel had WiFi and so did some of the places visited so was able to WhatsApp and upload photos etc.

Also zero coverage in my street so had to rely on the Three app for WiFi calling/SMS which is flakey and you can't depend on it!
Edited by: "Aza" 10th Sep 2017
snappyfish22 m ago

Hmm, is it worth moving from EE for this. Currently paying £20 a month, …Hmm, is it worth moving from EE for this. Currently paying £20 a month, out of conctract unl text calls, 14gb data


No. Get the BT £21 deal that comes with a £95 Amazon voucher, and £60 Quidco cashback. Works out at less than £10 a month, and you'll stay on EEs network. 20 Gig data, unlim mins/texts.
Edited by: "anthony69" 10th Sep 2017
anthony6940 m ago

No. Get the BT £21 deal that comes with a £95 Amazon voucher, and £60 Qu …No. Get the BT £21 deal that comes with a £95 Amazon voucher, and £60 Quidco cashback. Works out at less than £10 a month, and you'll stay on EEs network. 20 Gig data, unlim mins/texts.



got a link?
Daveseans10 h, 16 m ago

Do you think this is because of the location you use it? Network speed and …Do you think this is because of the location you use it? Network speed and types may not be same everywhere.


No as I have been to various places in the UK this summer (Liverpool, York, Sheffield, Manchester) and experienced exactly the same. Which is what made me walk in to a three store to query if they had put me on some restrictive sim due to the cheap cost.
eddywilde16 h, 45 m ago

No cashback though

My cashback tracked at £55.00 will have to wait and see if it pays out!
ThreeMobile usually declines to pay cashback for these deals:

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Been with 3 for years now with unlimited data and not had any issues. Initially it would be a bit iffy inside big buildings as their signal frequency meant it struggled to penetrate buildings but that's got better now. The one place that is a bit iffy for me was at home but they first gave me a signal booster connected to my WIfi which was fine but now they've enabled Wifi calling on some devices so i just use that instead. Out and about i rarely struggle for service including places where others have none and the Feel at Home has saved me a fortune in France the last few years and a trip to New York last year.

There is some talk they throttle speeds a bit overseas for feel at home to prevent people streaming etc and whilst i've found it a bit slower overseas never enough to cause me any issues.

As others have mentioned things will differ depending on where you are in the country but i've no issues where i am.
Can get the same from MPD

12gb £8/month (£14 before cashback)
30gb £10/month (£18 before cashback)
I am an existing 3 customer, my contract finished long time ago and never upgraded and kept it continuing, so thinking of upgrading to this. Do I still need to place an online order or do I need to call them to switch? I also need quidco cashback, what are my options and how do I get to order this on my existing number and with quidco cashback?
I'd guess that Quidco cash back was for new customers, not upgrades. I've just called them to upgrade mine, no issues. was paying £12/month for 4gb
So has anyone had success with claiming the cashback?
thegamingkinginfo14 m ago

So has anyone had success with claiming the cashback?

How can there be people on this forum who don't know how tcb or quidco work. Surely membership of 1 or both is mandatory.
Aza10th Sep

I agree with Rokjit, exactly the same in May when using my Three SIM in …I agree with Rokjit, exactly the same in May when using my Three SIM in Gran Canaria. Only managed to get H or H+ at best so trying to use anything more than simple browsing was a no go! Fortunately hotel had WiFi and so did some of the places visited so was able to WhatsApp and upload photos etc.Also zero coverage in my street so had to rely on the Three app for WiFi calling/SMS which is flakey and you can't depend on it!

It is the same for me and repeatedly so, in Gran Canaria. Somewhat suspiciously, when I'm then forced to buy a local Spanish SIM, 4G and speedy internet usage becomes the norm. Hmm.
onlineo2 h, 9 m ago

How can there be people on this forum who don't know how tcb or quidco …How can there be people on this forum who don't know how tcb or quidco work. Surely membership of 1 or both is mandatory.



I do know how it works, in fact i've had both for years. But it still remains to be answered, who has been successful in claiming the cashback. All i've done is seen some comments above where the cashback has been declined, so whats wrong in asking? No assurance that cashback is to be given to you so better ask than not right?
mattsmith2915 h, 48 m ago

I'd guess that Quidco cash back was for new customers, not upgrades. I've …I'd guess that Quidco cash back was for new customers, not upgrades. I've just called them to upgrade mine, no issues. was paying £12/month for 4gb



Thanks !

Can anyone else also confirm that the cashback is only for new contracts on new numbers?
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