3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack Preloaded with 12GB of Data - 7dayshop
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3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack Preloaded with 12GB of Data - 7dayshop

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Found 29th May 2016
Product Features

A 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. 3G or 4G enabled Use in any unlocked or 3 Network device (sim enabled ipads, Tablets, Mobile Wifi, Mobile Broadband,dongles
Pre-loaded with 12GB and valid up to 12 months. Topped up and ready to go, Once the sim automatically connects to the network your 12 month period will begin from that point
On registering with 3 you will receive a free 200mb on top of the 12gb already preloaded, data can be used all in one go or anytime you want.
You can use it in the first day, or over the course of a year. Completely up to you.
With Three you can use it abroad at no extra cost in 19 Feel At Home destinations while on holiday, including USA, Australia, France and Spain, perfect for business trips or for family holidays to share the data
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Not being connected to the internet sucks. So give your tablet or laptop legs and get online wherever you are with a Three 12gb Trio Data SIM. Wherever your feet want to go. It's the internet with legs. Just pop this super simple Three data SIM straight into your unlocked 3G or 4G device and that's it. You can connect your tablet to the internet whether you're at home, at the office, or out and about. Pretty much anywhere you like. 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 19 Feel At Home destinations while on holiday, including USA, Australia, France and Spain.
See Three.co.uk/fee…ome for details.

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
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Is this not limited to 1gb per month?
Nope - it's a bundle. Use it all at once or over a period of up to 12 months
Tempted to buy this for when I go to NY in December. I have an old unlocked 3G MiFi device that it could go into

Tempted to buy this for when I go to NY in December. I have an old … Tempted to buy this for when I go to NY in December. I have an old unlocked 3G MiFi device that it could go into


I took one to Australia. Worked in the MiFi device in the UK but would not work in Australia. It was fine when in my actual phone, so it may have something to do with tethering whilst roaming being blocked. Worked fine in MiFi whilst in Ireland.

I took one to Australia. Worked in the MiFi device in the UK but would … I took one to Australia. Worked in the MiFi device in the UK but would not work in Australia. It was fine when in my actual phone, so it may have something to do with tethering whilst roaming being blocked. Worked fine in MiFi whilst in Ireland.


hmmm thanks for the heads up... maybe an old phone instead then!

You can connect your tablet to the internet whether you're at home, at … You can connect your tablet to the internet whether you're at home, at the office, or out and about.



How do you do that? Do some tablets have sim slots?
I bought this deal elsewhere a couple of weeks ago to use in Majorca. Currently having lunch in my hotel in Majorca and the 3 network is using the Orange SP network, so it is working very well and is a good deal if you are going to one of the 19 countries it covers.
I read last week that Tesco are dropping roaming data charges for the summer so they might offer travellers a good deal too.
Hot. Bought.
This should work fine abroad in either a tablet or mifi - it's their phone contracts/sims that usually don't allow tethering abroad, but mobile broadband does. I've had technical trouble in a mifi in the past because it didn't support the right frequency, though.
Definite hot! Here I am in Lanzarote using my 3 12GB sim tethering from my unlocked EE MiFi Osprey. Time for another beer . . .
This work in a phone?
faz1964

This work in a phone?



​I'd like to know this too, can I put it in an old phone and use that abroad as a WiFi hotspot?
nice one. bought. hopefully works in my audi as currently paying £7.50 month for 1gb 4g data and only used 681mb in 2 years lol
Edited by: "royals" 29th May 2016

This work in a phone?


You wont be able to make or receive calls.
These are great for dual sim phones. You can have one of these for your 4g data needs and then a talkmobile PAYG sim for talk/ texts for instance. Sort of having your cake and eating it in a cheap kind of way.
Outstanding price
I jumped when three reduced it from £70 to £30 as that was a bargain. £2 a month for occasional data use is a no brainer!!

How do you do that? Do some tablets have sim slots?


Yes they do.
Or you could use a mifi to create a hotspot and connect multiple devices.
I think the one thing to watch out for if intending to exploit this for use in a "Feel at home" foreign country is that you're required to have activated the SIM in the UK before hand (and hence started the 12 month limit for using the 12GB ticking).

Edited by: "mk-donald" 29th May 2016
OOS ....
i've been to romania for a visit but didn't had much signal and couldn't use it at all luckily there were free wifi places around. not happy at the moment will c if works in Crete shortly fingers crossed.
No longer available. :-(
Available at mymemory for 25p more with code MM5FB. Also potential TCB.
Edit: Available via Google

Edited by: "sds1493" 29th May 2016
I bought one of this around 6m ago and I'd like to see if I'm near the limit or still far from it. I put it on a MiFi device and can connect to it and see the settings of the device on my computer, but they don't have a setting for cumulative usage.

Any idea if it's then possible to see how much data one has used once it is activated?
Will work in a mifi device in the UK only, I took one to the USA last month and it worked perfect in the tablet but not in the mifi device. Confirmed it with 3 when i got home that there were no problems. Also no tethering allowed when abroad but in the UK its fine.

Basically its set up to stop folk buying this to use it abroad only and then binning it when they get home
mickael28

I bought one of this around 6m ago and I'd like to see if I'm near the … I bought one of this around 6m ago and I'd like to see if I'm near the limit or still far from it. I put it on a MiFi device and can connect to it and see the settings of the device on my computer, but they don't have a setting for cumulative usage. Any idea if it's then possible to see how much data one has used once it is activated?



Yes, register the SIM / set up an account on three.co.uk and you can see the data usage info.
bought from mymemory for £23.74 using code sds1493 shared earlier (MM5FB). this was at 10pm. Plus 3% quidco tracked. Noticed Amazon have this for around £25 and mymemory on amazon as a marketplace seller.
rok263

Yes, register the SIM / set up an account on three.co.uk and you can see … Yes, register the SIM / set up an account on three.co.uk and you can see the data usage info.



Thanks, got it now. It took me a while to register, I ended up having to remove the SIM card from the MiFi to an android phone and register with the phone number, but on the registration page they mention... "device number" as well, do you know what that is in case I can log in with a number in the card in the future or similar? or is just possible to register with the phone number?

Either way, it's working now... so cheers!
mickael28

Thanks, got it now. It took me a while to register, I ended up having to … Thanks, got it now. It took me a while to register, I ended up having to remove the SIM card from the MiFi to an android phone and register with the phone number, but on the registration page they mention... "device number" as well, do you know what that is in case I can log in with a number in the card in the future or similar? or is just possible to register with the phone number? Either way, it's working now... so cheers!



I'm using mine in a 4G cellular enabled tablet. After I registered, every-time I connect now via 3/4G only ( ie WIFI turned off) and I go the three web site I am automatically logged in, already connected and I can see the data usage info. I have never had to use a device number. Might be a different situation / scenario if you are using it in a MIFI, I don't know, as I have only ever used the 3 SIM in my cellular enabled tablet.

I'm using mine in a 4G cellular enabled tablet. After I registered, … I'm using mine in a 4G cellular enabled tablet. After I registered, every-time I connect now via 3/4G only ( ie WIFI turned off) and I go the three web site I am automatically logged in, already connected and I can see the data usage info. I have never had to use a device number. Might be a different situation / scenario if you are using it in a MIFI, I don't know, as I have only ever used the 3 SIM in my cellular enabled tablet.



I see, I'll make a note of the number to check in the future. But thanks for the help, I had been wondering for a while and didn't know if it was possible... good to have it all set now

How do you do that? Do some tablets have sim slots?



With all the 1001 sub-£100 Tablets out there, you wouldn't think it would you, huh?, hehehehe.

But yep!, Nexus 7, & Nexus 10 Tablets come as both WiFi only, or as both WiFi & SIM Card versions too!.

iPad's come in these 2 states too.

As do some HP Tablets.

And some versions of Asus Transformer's come that way too.

And ..... :-)
royals

nice one. bought. hopefully works in my audi as currently paying £7.50 … nice one. bought. hopefully works in my audi as currently paying £7.50 month for 1gb 4g data and only used 681mb in 2 years lol



​I've gone one in my audi etron works perfectly
WillPS

You wont be able to make or receive calls.



​I call my son on his all the time
Works fine abroad ... After I realised I had to activate the roaming on the mifi device!
ideal for kids to watch films on ipad in the car.
Still available on Amazon from Mr Memory at £24.99 (free Prime delivery).

I'm using mine in a 4G cellular enabled tablet. After I registered, … I'm using mine in a 4G cellular enabled tablet. After I registered, every-time I connect now via 3/4G only ( ie WIFI turned off) and I go the three web site I am automatically logged in, already connected and I can see the data usage info. I have never had to use a device number. Might be a different situation / scenario if you are using it in a MIFI, I don't know, as I have only ever used the 3 SIM in my cellular enabled tablet.


It's even easier to find your balance if you download the '3' app onto your tablet that has the sim inserted.

ideal for kids to watch films on ipad in the car.


No it's not! Unless you don't mind spending a small fortune on sim cards because movies will eat this data within a few hours.

i've been to romania for a visit but didn't had much signal and couldn't … i've been to romania for a visit but didn't had much signal and couldn't use it at all luckily there were free wifi places around. not happy at the moment will c if works in Crete shortly fingers crossed.


These will NOT work in Romania and you'll be even less happier when you go to Crete because it'll not work there either.
The only countries it will work in with the included data are feel at home countries three.co.uk/Dis…ome
paulandpam1

It's even easier to find your balance if you download the '3' app onto … It's even easier to find your balance if you download the '3' app onto your tablet that has the sim inserted.



Downloaded the 3 app, clicked on My Account and it launches Safari takes me to three.co.uk website, which is the same page / info as I have been using along to find out what my data usage was, so it hasn't made it any easier (or harder) to find out what my data remaining is balance is, but the 3 App has used up valuable data space storage on my tablet. So I have deleted it. It may be useful or helpful for someone, but unfortunately not for me.

Downloaded the 3 app, clicked on My Account and it launches Safari takes … Downloaded the 3 app, clicked on My Account and it launches Safari takes me to three.co.uk website, which is the same page / info as I have been using along to find out what my data usage was, so it hasn't made it any easier (or harder) to find out what my data remaining is balance is, but the 3 App has used up valuable data space storage on my tablet. So I have deleted it. It may be useful or helpful for someone, but unfortunately not for me.


The '3' app will launch the web browser automatically if you are connected to WiFi for your internet.
If you are away from your WiFi connection and connected to the internet with the '3' mobile network it will work differently on your tablet.
With the app you also don't even need to set up an account to find your balance because it will detect your data sim balance through the mobile network you are using which makes it easier.

Edited by: "paulandpam1" 31st May 2016
That's not how it is working for me. If connected to WIFI, it takes me the 3 web site via Safari and I have to login. If disconnected from WIFI and connected to the 3 Cellular network only, (WIFI turned off) it still launches Safari and as it detects the 3 SIM I don't have to login. So for me it is nothing more than an additional app to launch Safari (which I can do myself) . Your mileage may vary, perhaps we are running a different iOS version, or there is some other unknown difference in our set ups ? So for now I will continue to check my data balance by launching Safari, which I have set up to directly connect to the 3 web site on startup.
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