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3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack Preloaded with 12GB of Data £20.85 with 5% discount code @ MYMEMORY
3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack Preloaded with 12GB of Data £20.85 with 5% discount code @ MYMEMORY

3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack Preloaded with 12GB of Data £20.85 with 5% discount code @ MYMEMORY

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Three's Pay As You Go Trio SIM has all SIM types on one card, so whether you need a Standard, Micro or Nano SIM, you can just pop out the one you need.

Comes with 12GB data preloaded, so you can so you can catch up on the game highlights, Skype your gap year kids, play Angry Birds and tweet your heart out. Data valid up to 12 months then just top up and Pay As You Go.

Use your data abroad at no extra cost.

Being charged to use your data abroad isn't great. With Three you can use it abroad at no extra cost in 18 Feel At Home destinations while on holiday, including USA, Australia, France and Spain. See Three.co.uk/fee…ome for details.

4G at no extra cost.

Paying extra for 4G sucks. We believe you should get fast internet at no extra cost. That's why Three offers 4G at no extra cost. All you need is a 4G tablet and be in a 4G area. List of Feel at Home Countries: Australia. Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Macau, New Zealand, Norway, Republic or Ireland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, USA

Product Code
3PAYG12GB

5% discount code VUB5 *thanks to danno178*
3% off quidco *thanks to chrisvoi*

73 Comments

Oops - great minds... I just submitted this and spotted I'd been beaten to the punch

Looks pretty promising for roaming abroad...

If anyone know of a bettr deal for overseas calls and Data please let me know.

Cheers

Ralph
Edited by: "ralphaverbuch" 26th Sep 2016

Will be good for my trips to Portugal and USA. Thanks.

Is this valid for 12 months from first use? I would like to buy one for my mifi but I am not going away until November.

Look like a great deal - thanks OP

Greta spot! VUB5 takes 5% off too!

3% off quidco

Oops - forgot a bout Quidco

As far as I could tell from the MyMemory blurb, it's a 12 month period... presumably from when it's activated? No doubt there will be small print in there that gives an absolute cut-off. I'll look when it arrives and share anything I learn.

R

Or just buy the sim from any 3 store and get 12gb data Payg for 20 which is the same deal or 17 if you commit to a 12 month contract

jakethesnake8394

Or just buy the sim from any 3 store and get 12gb data Payg for 20 which … Or just buy the sim from any 3 store and get 12gb data Payg for 20 which is the same deal or 17 if you commit to a 12 month contract



Not a very good comparison, this is 12gb to use over the while year for £20.85, yours is £20 for 12gb in one month.

Just done this using Quidco and then also 5% code. Having made a purchase of 3 got a further £10 cashback on next purchase due to opening a new account having been referred via Quidco. So bought another. £10 further cashback with next purchase came up again. So bought another with hopefully 2 x £10 cashback being tracked. To sweeten things further I also get 12 months of Quidco premuim free. Ha

Hoping the use of the 5% discount code initially doesn't fluff things up.



jamsammy99

Will be good for my trips to Portugal and USA. Thanks.



Just so you know I'm on holiday in Portugal right now using this sim and 3G is the best signal I can achieve.

Just a warning it seems to come from Switzerland and took a couple of weeks to arrive.

On mine they put a customs value of £11.85, which was a blatant lie to avoid paying tax.

I know cheaper prices sound good, but I'd quite like to keep the NHS...

OP Please update your feel at home list. It is now cover 42 Countries including Germany. So it is even better...
three.co.uk/Dis…ome



Edited by: "pantaiema" 26th Sep 2016

dijital

Not a very good comparison, this is 12gb to use over the while year for … Not a very good comparison, this is 12gb to use over the while year for £20.85, yours is £20 for 12gb in one month.



Indeed jakethesnake comment is utterly misleading ...

can you tether using this sim card in an Iphone?

Original Poster

pantaiema

VUB5 ?? is it cashback site ??


VUB5 at the mymemory checkout

chrisvoi

3% off quidco



Link ?? For chrisvo or anyone else ??
quidco.com/thr…526

No cashback for PAYG ????

Edited by: "pantaiema" 26th Sep 2016

jamsammy99

Will be good for my trips to Portugal and USA. Thanks.



I bought this for a trip to Boston. I'm in Boston USA, right now. It has been very, very slow. Next to useless. Not just in Boston, but also in Connecticut and New York. It didn't even get 3G using this SIM while I've been in the US. If you are going to visit someone in the USA. I would suggest using a USA seller on Fleabay and getting a pre-paid T-Mobile SIM delivered to where you will be staying. I also did this just in case. I'm so glad I did. The T-Mobile speeds are truely 4G and I picked up a half decent SIM for $26. The Three "Feel at home" service I suppose, is still good for calling UK numbers from the US. It's just that the Internet speeds in the USA, using the Three SIM are rubbish.
Edited by: "ebaysniper" 26th Sep 2016

ebaysniper

I bought this for a trip to Boston. I'm in Boston USA, right now. It has … I bought this for a trip to Boston. I'm in Boston USA, right now. It has been very, very slow. Next to useless. Not just in Boston, but also in Connecticut and New York. It didn't even get 3G using this SIM while I've been in the US. If you are going to visit someone in the USA. I would suggest using a USA seller on Fleabay and getting a pre-paid T-Mobile SIM delivered to where you will be staying. I also did this just in case. I'm so glad I did. The T-Mobile speeds are truely 4G and I picked up a half decent SIM for $26. The Three "Feel at home" service I suppose, is still good for calling UK numbers from the US. It's just that the Internet speeds in the USA, using the Three SIM are rubbish.



I have just returned and not quite to levels you describe but I agree it's not fast in the USA I did notice you can connect to either AT&T or T-Mobile and switching between them helped massively.

ebaysniper

I bought this for a trip to Boston. I'm in Boston USA, right now. It has … I bought this for a trip to Boston. I'm in Boston USA, right now. It has been very, very slow. Next to useless. Not just in Boston, but also in Connecticut and New York. It didn't even get 3G using this SIM while I've been in the US. If you are going to visit someone in the USA. I would suggest using a USA seller on Fleabay and getting a pre-paid T-Mobile SIM delivered to where you will be staying. I also did this just in case. I'm so glad I did. The T-Mobile speeds are truely 4G and I picked up a half decent SIM for $26. The Three "Feel at home" service I suppose, is still good for calling UK numbers from the US. It's just that the Internet speeds in the USA, using the Three SIM are rubbish.




Just got back from Spain and it has been quite slow wherever we went, OK for WhatsApp but browsing the internet was pretty frustrating. Trying to download a 50mb app was virtually impossible. Yet when I ran a speed test I had a good ping and a respectable uload/dload speed.

Banned

Can you make phone calls as well, or just for the data?

Got one of these for parents, they are in Canary Islands and getting poor speeds can't even download anything 3G plus is the highest they got but speed test shows 25mbps down and 1.25 Mbps upload. Very poor.

RiverDragon8

Paying extra for 4G sucks. We believe you should get fast internet at no … Paying extra for 4G sucks. We believe you should get fast internet at no extra cost. That's why Three offers 4G at no extra cost. All you need is a 4G tablet and be in a 4G area. List of Feel at Home Countries: Australia. Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Macau, New Zealand, Norway, Republic or Ireland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, USA



There is more counties now, who did you copy? be honest?

Original Poster

rodman

There is more counties now, who did you copy? be honest?


Huh? What are you talking about? be honest about what exactly? I copied and paste from mymemory site mymemory.co.uk/SIM…ata

Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 27th Sep 2016

Can you use these in a phone, running down the 12GB data over the year and just sticking on some PAYG credit for the odd call?

Anyone know if there is any cashback from Quidco or TCB ??

Will this sim work in EE mifi ?

Flanbay2

Will this sim work in EE mifi ?


Yes if its unlocked. The unlock codes are 99p on ebay, but be patient and do it slowly so that it gets its connections sorted. Plenty of tutorial Videos on Youtube.
Ive just done one for this exact reason, works a treat, far cheaper than EE

I'm could do with this if it will work in Greece. I need to use my mifi when I'm out there as I don't have any broadband set up in my house. The Greek version is about £30.00 per month for far less data with cosmote. Wondering about the overall cut off date though as won't be going out till next spring due to health problems.

Does anyone know if tethering is allowed on this sim? Sorry if that is a silly question, I know Three don't allow it on some plans.

hurley31

Does anyone know if tethering is allowed on this sim? Sorry if that is a … Does anyone know if tethering is allowed on this sim? Sorry if that is a silly question, I know Three don't allow it on some plans.


This sim is designed for use in a mobile mi-fi unit. The whole point is so other devices can share it (ie tether) on its own wifi.

It may work in an ordinary phone although in the past Three have blocked them when they find out. Block just means it won't work in the phone but will if you transfer back to a mifi device. Dunno whether they still do this.

It should also work with a mobile data device - eg tablet.
Edited by: "brainsys" 27th Sep 2016

brainsys

This sim is designed for use in a mobile mi-fi unit. The whole point is … This sim is designed for use in a mobile mi-fi unit. The whole point is so other devices can share it (ie tether) on its own wifi. It may work in an ordinary phone although in the past Three have blocked them when they find out. Block just means it won't work in the phone but will if you transfer back to a mifi device. Dunno whether they still do this.It should also work with a mobile data device - eg tablet.



Thanks for the reply. I will give it a miss then.

Are these started from purchase or activation : can I use a sim for 12 months then use another then last so 36 gb over the 3 years?

Thanks very much for this. I use the EE Osprey like others but tge sims with them are too expensive and a dew months ago I watched the videos abd hacked it.

This is an excellent deal

PR1

Can you use these in a phone, running down the 12GB data over the year … Can you use these in a phone, running down the 12GB data over the year and just sticking on some PAYG credit for the odd call?



Kinda. I got one in the last lot. You can add credit, but you don't get the Three 123 pay structure. Texts cost 10p but calls are pretty cheap. Good for a dual sim phone, not great otherwise.

EdCov

Just a warning it seems to come from Switzerland and took a couple of … Just a warning it seems to come from Switzerland and took a couple of weeks to arrive.On mine they put a customs value of £11.85, which was a blatant lie to avoid paying tax. I know cheaper prices sound good, but I'd quite like to keep the NHS...



Um... There are no custom charges in the EEA as far as I know. We are in the single market. At least for now.

How did you vote in the EU referendum out of interest?
Edited by: "supermann" 27th Sep 2016

Hi guys, I wondered if anyone could offer any advice... I'm moving house to an area with poor broadband 2mb/s.

I've been researching the use of a 4g router and wondered if there are any unlimited sim only data deals around? Happy to pay but struggling to find anything.. Is there any tips or tricks that could be done and help would be great as I'm struggling as to what to do

Cheers,

Devs.

Excellent deal thanks op

devs

Hi guys, I wondered if anyone could offer any advice... I'm moving house … Hi guys, I wondered if anyone could offer any advice... I'm moving house to an area with poor broadband 2mb/s.I've been researching the use of a 4g router and wondered if there are any unlimited sim only data deals around? Happy to pay but struggling to find anything.. Is there any tips or tricks that could be done and help would be great as I'm struggling as to what to do :(Cheers,Devs.



I've been looking around a bit myself and the impressed I get is that 'unlimited' on 4G doesn't really exist if you're tethering.

supermann

Um... There are no custom charges in the EEA as far as I know. We are in … Um... There are no custom charges in the EEA as far as I know. We are in the single market.


Switzerland is neither an EU nor EEA member.
It is, however, part of the single market.
Customs charges apply.
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