30 Day Rolling SIM Plusnet Mobile : £20 Argos e-voucher - 3GB Data - 2000 Minutes -  Unlimited Texts  @ Argos
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30 Day Rolling SIM Plusnet Mobile : £20 Argos e-voucher - 3GB Data - 2000 Minutes - Unlimited Texts @ Argos

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Found 10th Jan
This 30 day rolling SIM deal looks the same as going directly to Plusnet but you also get a £20 Argos e-voucher.

Based on reading the terms - it looks like the £20 e-voucher is fulfilled pretty quickly - within 30 days after the 14 day cooling period

In terms of the 30 day SIM deal itself for £8PM:

  • 3GB 4G Data
  • 2000mins
  • Unlimited Texts





Argos voucher terms

  • To qualify, you must sign up to a SIM Only contract through Argos’ comparison page. A £50 e-voucher is available on selected 12 month contracts and a £20 e-voucher is available on selected 30 day contracts. Please see tariff details for eligibility and e-voucher amount.
  • This offer is valid between 03/1/2018 and 30/1/2018.
  • The offer is subject to you being accepted for a SIM only contract by your chosen network provider (via Argos).
  • To qualify, your SIM Only contract must still be active after the 14 day cooling off period has expired. The Argos E-voucher will be sent within 30 days of this date.
  • The Argos e-voucher will be sent to the email address used to sign up for the SIM only contract. E-vouchers expire 12 months after issue. eGift Cards maybe redeemed in full or part payment for goods in any UK Argos store or online at Argos.co.uk, including current promotional offers, at the prevailing prices listed. eGift Cards cannot be used for purchases made over the phone. eGift cards cannot be used for the purchase of other gift cards or vouchers. GBP £ eGift Cards cannot be redeemed in ROI. This eGift Card is not a credit, debit or cheque guarantee card, cannot be redeemed for cash or returned under the Argos 30 Day guarantee and cannot be re-sold or re-tendered. This will not affect your statury rights. Please see expiry date on the eGift card like cash, Argos Ltd cannot be held liable for lost, stolen or damaged eGift Cards and they will not be replaced. To check your balance at any time please sign into your account at Argos.co.uk and use the balance checker provided
  • No alternative is available and the offer is not transferrable.
  • The promoter is Argos Limited who reserve the right to alter, cancel or withdraw the offer without prior notice.
  • Offer Limited to one per customer
  • Any queries around the e-Voucher please contact argos@comparetechnology.co.uk
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I’d be careful with FreedomPop. It seems impossible to close your account down properly and you cannot remove your payment details. A lot of people have used them for their free plan and they have taken money without permission, even after cancelling.
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Thanks Chanchi was looking at this earlier on the plusnet website for my little sis. The £20 just sweetens the deal. Thank you
Bloody brilliant deal, even better that you don't even have to get off yer arse :).
The FreedomPop one for £4.99 per month looks great too.
What happens if the contract is broken within 1 year
greatdeals992 m ago

What happens if the contract is broken within 1 year


For the 12 month contract, you pay the termination fee
For the 30 day contract, nothing (as the contract isn't broken)
Edited by: "CrashOverride" 10th Jan
Wow handy for recipes.
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The freedom pop one is £4.99. Do you have to cancel yourself or does it automatically get cancelled
I think freedom pop is better as it wouldn't affect your credit score as well
Can you take your old number over?
YIDDO7 m ago

Can you take your old number over?

Yes you can
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Good deal. Shame it's the EE network as very poor coverage round my way.
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I’d be careful with FreedomPop. It seems impossible to close your account down properly and you cannot remove your payment details. A lot of people have used them for their free plan and they have taken money without permission, even after cancelling.
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Not for me, but looks okay, esp. for younger members of the family.

Condisending tip. X
Check signal first, by asking friends and friendly neighbours, avoid the one at number 57 though, bloom'in nightmare....I could tell you things that would have Aunt Ethel turning in her grave.
Don't start me on that, please.
Edited by: "deleted1336857" 10th Jan
So you could switch to this for £8, switch back after 30 days and you get a £20 voucher for £8? This doesn't sound right.
thanks OP
Take in mind, plusnet signal is shocking, they use EE’s signal but its even worse i wish id never changed over to plusnet
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SIM Only contract Argos E-voucher – Terms and Conditions

To qualify, you must sign up to a SIM Only contract through Argos’ comparison page. A £50 e-voucher is available on selected 12 month contracts and a £20 e-voucher is available on selected 30 day contracts. Please see tariff details for eligibility and e-voucher amount.
This offer is valid between 03/1/2018 and 30/1/2018.
The offer is subject to you being accepted for a SIM only contract by your chosen network provider (via Argos).
To qualify, your SIM Only contract must still be active after the 14 day cooling off period has expired. The Argos E-voucher will be sent within 30 days of this date.
The Argos e-voucher will be sent to the email address used to sign up for the SIM only contract. E-vouchers expire 12 months after issue. eGift Cards maybe redeemed in full or part payment for goods in any UK Argos store or online at Argos.co.uk, including current promotional offers, at the prevailing prices listed. eGift Cards cannot be used for purchases made over the phone. eGift cards cannot be used for the purchase of other gift cards or vouchers. GBP £ eGift Cards cannot be redeemed in ROI. This eGift Card is not a credit, debit or cheque guarantee card, cannot be redeemed for cash or returned under the Argos 30 Day guarantee and cannot be re-sold or re-tendered. This will not affect your statury rights. Please see expiry date on the eGift card like cash, Argos Ltd cannot be held liable for lost, stolen or damaged eGift Cards and they will not be replaced. To check your balance at any time please sign into your account at Argos.co.uk and use the balance checker provided
No alternative is available and the offer is not transferrable.
The promoter is Argos Limited who reserve the right to alter, cancel or withdraw the offer without prior notice.
Offer Limited to one per customer
Any queries around the e-Voucher please contact argos@comparetechnology.co.uk
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sazandy4 m ago

Looks good heatSIM Only contract Argos E-voucher – Terms and ConditionsTo q …Looks good heatSIM Only contract Argos E-voucher – Terms and ConditionsTo qualify, you must sign up to a SIM Only contract through Argos’ comparison page. A £50 e-voucher is available on selected 12 month contracts and a £20 e-voucher is available on selected 30 day contracts. Please see tariff details for eligibility and e-voucher amount.This offer is valid between 03/1/2018 and 30/1/2018.The offer is subject to you being accepted for a SIM only contract by your chosen network provider (via Argos).To qualify, your SIM Only contract must still be active after the 14 day cooling off period has expired. The Argos E-voucher will be sent within 30 days of this date.The Argos e-voucher will be sent to the email address used to sign up for the SIM only contract. E-vouchers expire 12 months after issue. eGift Cards maybe redeemed in full or part payment for goods in any UK Argos store or online at Argos.co.uk, including current promotional offers, at the prevailing prices listed. eGift Cards cannot be used for purchases made over the phone. eGift cards cannot be used for the purchase of other gift cards or vouchers. GBP £ eGift Cards cannot be redeemed in ROI. This eGift Card is not a credit, debit or cheque guarantee card, cannot be redeemed for cash or returned under the Argos 30 Day guarantee and cannot be re-sold or re-tendered. This will not affect your statury rights. Please see expiry date on the eGift card like cash, Argos Ltd cannot be held liable for lost, stolen or damaged eGift Cards and they will not be replaced. To check your balance at any time please sign into your account at Argos.co.uk and use the balance checker providedNo alternative is available and the offer is not transferrable.The promoter is Argos Limited who reserve the right to alter, cancel or withdraw the offer without prior notice.Offer Limited to one per customerAny queries around the e-Voucher please contact argos@comparetechnology.co.uk


Can you repeat that please, I lost you on the first sentence.
Thanks.
so are you paying £8 for a £20 voucher?
liam11617 m ago

Take in mind, plusnet signal is shocking, they use EE’s signal but its e …Take in mind, plusnet signal is shocking, they use EE’s signal but its even worse i wish id never changed over to plusnet


I used to have a SIM with 3 and in a local village hall that I go to once a week, I could never get any signal. I changed over to Plusnet (EE network) and now I have no signal problems at all, or issues with speed in the village hall.
Am I the only one who can't seem to click on anything once the OP's link has loaded? Nothing works, and can't see offers
kris14719 m ago

so are you paying £8 for a £20 voucher?


I think it is £16, as you have to give 30 days notice to cancel the contract. You will have to wait 14 days before you can cancel, and then give the 30 days notice. This will mean you will have to pay 2 months.
I tried a different SIM (3 pay as you go) in my son's phone today and it was locked to the network (EE). I've had to phone up to request that it will be unlocked - told it would take up to 10 days (Samsung make). On the small print on Argos for these deals, it says that once a SIM is put into a phone and activated, it will be permanently locked to that network. If that's right, does that mean that if I don't want to be with the network provider anymore, each time I want to change to another network, I have to have the phone unlocked and wait for up to 10 days each time? I thought that once EE unlocked my current phone, I could easily swap and change SIM cards (rolling contract SIMs) - didn't think that you have the hassle of waiting for the phone to be unlocked each time? Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you.
Great deal op, signed up for the £9 a month deal with 4gb data.
12 month contract but with the £50 voucher works out at £4.83 a month.
Not too shabby
The freedom pop can be dropped to the 'free 200 mins, 200 texts and 200mb' so good for a light user
Rolling you say...

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Bestdealsever872 h, 22 m ago

I think freedom pop is better as it wouldn't affect your credit score as …I think freedom pop is better as it wouldn't affect your credit score as well


I remember a lot of people singing the praises of Ovivo on here too....

Then there's TPO.....
nayffy1 h, 50 m ago

I’d be careful with FreedomPop. It seems impossible to close your account d …I’d be careful with FreedomPop. It seems impossible to close your account down properly and you cannot remove your payment details. A lot of people have used them for their free plan and they have taken money without permission, even after cancelling.



nayffy1 h, 50 m ago

I’d be careful with FreedomPop. It seems impossible to close your account d …I’d be careful with FreedomPop. It seems impossible to close your account down properly and you cannot remove your payment details. A lot of people have used them for their free plan and they have taken money without permission, even after cancelling.


I was going to go with the Freedom Pop one until I read what you said, so I then decided to google Freedom Pop. I found some reviews that were posted in an article dated 17 November 2017 - really bad reviews - hidden charges, money taken from account (for the so-called 'free' package), etc. I have now decided to forget about Freedom Pop! Thank you.
To bad.actor
Unfortunately the three sim deal (£9) does not include "Roam Like Home".
I had the same problem with a three sim card 30 day rolling contract a few years ago, phoned to cancel and then realised the next month I was still being charged. I rang and they said I hadn't cancelled. This happened for 3 months so very frustrating, might be ok now a few years on but just be aware to double check when cancelling. Still voted hot as it's a good deal!
Op deal link doesn't open, just keeps spinning, auto refreshing
Does the plusnet rolling result in a credit search?
liam1163 h, 20 m ago

Take in mind, plusnet signal is shocking, they use EE’s signal but its e …Take in mind, plusnet signal is shocking, they use EE’s signal but its even worse i wish id never changed over to plusnet


Who were you on before?
Does with go with TCB?
kris1473 h, 25 m ago

so are you paying £8 for a £20 voucher?


And get some data, minutes and text with it.
ANGIE743 h, 8 m ago

I think it is £16, as you have to give 30 days notice to cancel the …I think it is £16, as you have to give 30 days notice to cancel the contract. You will have to wait 14 days before you can cancel, and then give the 30 days notice. This will mean you will have to pay 2 months.


Wrong. You can cancel on the first day. This mean it's for 30 days notice. You only pay for 1 month. When you cancel. You need to clarify you want to keep it for 30 days.
liam1164 h, 5 m ago

Take in mind, plusnet signal is shocking, they use EE’s signal but its e …Take in mind, plusnet signal is shocking, they use EE’s signal but its even worse i wish id never changed over to plusnet


Been with Plusnet now around a year and the signal is the best ive had and ive had sims with all the big ones Voda,o2 and by far the worst is Vodafone they also have the worst customer service ive ever experienced where as Plusnets CS are some of the best. With Plusnet if you see a better deal you just call up and they will change you on to it no mess no fuss.
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