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3GB Data + 500Mins & Unlimited Texts For £8.00 @ Plusnet (30 Day Sim Only Contract)
3GB Data + 500Mins & Unlimited Texts For £8.00 @ Plusnet (30 Day Sim Only Contract)

3GB Data + 500Mins & Unlimited Texts For £8.00 @ Plusnet (30 Day Sim Only Contract)

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500 Minutes
Unlimited Texts
3gb data
30 days contract

All for £8.00 per month.

Inclusive minutes include calls to UK landlines starting 01, 02 or 03, voicemail and any UK mobile network.

Inclusive standard text messages are available to use to any UK mobile network.

UK based customer service
Smart Cap (£10.00 but can be changed)
No additional tethering charges

Available to new and existing customers signing up at plus.net/mobile or by calling Plusnet between 17th July 2017 and 9th August 2017.

21 Comments

Original Poster

I'm tempted to move a few of our TalkTalk mobile sims to this deal after getting the price increase email from TalkTalk recently.

sb1970

I'm tempted to move a few of our TalkTalk mobile sims to this deal after … I'm tempted to move a few of our TalkTalk mobile sims to this deal after getting the price increase email from TalkTalk recently.



TalkTalk Mobile have ceased offering cashback from the likes of Quidco and Topcashback, so I'm looking at new contracts.
Just this morning looking at the FreedomPop £4.99 deal, also a rolling contract.

I wasn't aware of any TTM price increase?
Maybe that will allow me out of all contracts?
The price doubles after the initial 12 month contract though and I don't think they offer you anything decent.

Who do Plus net piggy back off please?
Thanks

mrman00759 s ago

Who do Plus net piggy back off please?Thanks

​EE network.

backinstock

TalkTalk Mobile have ceased offering cashback from the likes of Quidco … TalkTalk Mobile have ceased offering cashback from the likes of Quidco and Topcashback, so I'm looking at new contracts.Just this morning looking at the FreedomPop £4.99 deal, also a rolling contract. I wasn't aware of any TTM price increase?Maybe that will allow me out of all contracts?The price doubles after the initial 12 month contract though and I don't think they offer you anything decent.


You should have received an email stating any increase and in it says you have 30 days to cancel without penalty.
Mine was going up to £9 a month with the increase for 2gb but that was still within the 12 month half price so from September it would've been a frankly insane £18 a month for a 2gb allowance.

mrman007

Who do Plus net piggy back off please?Thanks



As above EE however, I get great signal around our way on Virgin, had plusnet and it wasn't so great, customer service no real help. Gave them another try and my daughter says she is having the same issues, customer service tell me that just because you get a good signal with one company doesn't mean you will with another which seems wrong but with similar issues with 2 sims on different phones there must be something in it.

Plusnet...we'll do ya proud!

Went with this deal a few months back be cautious they charge 33p per MMS message ie. any emojis sent on a text will be chargeable got hit with £5 additional costs for 2 months! Also accidentally had 4g on at Barbados 2 weeks ago cost nearly £5 for 5 minutes of what's app messages coming through and charged for missed calls. Other than that service has been good.

This is a good deal for the money, but I moved away from Plusnet as couldn't get a signal all week when on holiday abroad in the EU despite roaming being on. Opted for Three instead. 4GB, unlimited mins, unlimited texts for £9-a-month on a 12-month contract, and £45 Topcashback. Feel At Home in Europe, covering 48 European destinations, included. No tethering.

Plusnet works great for me, and I travel a LOT across UK. I got the £10 PCM deal for 5 GB data, 1500 mins & unlimited SMS. Haven't looked back. Hopefully no price increase for next 12 months.

MarkShopper33 m ago

This is a good deal for the money, but I moved away from Plusnet as …This is a good deal for the money, but I moved away from Plusnet as couldn't get a signal all week when on holiday abroad in the EU despite roaming being on. Opted for Three instead. 4GB, unlimited mins, unlimited texts for £9-a-month on a 12-month contract, and £45 Topcashback. Feel At Home in Europe, covering 48 European destinations, included. No tethering.

It's a good idea, I would've taken it but left 3 because their network coverage is still quite poor on average. No idea when their 4g will hit 98% population but I can't imagine it being done by end of this year.

I signed up less than a month ago for only 2GB for £8pm, could I ring CS and get my data bumped up? Has anyone done something similar before?

Yes you can robertybob.

Performance on a par with BT mobile imho.

If I took this out now could I port my number when my Voda contract ends in September? Or do u have to do at application?

samspud4 h, 38 m ago

If I took this out now could I port my number when my Voda contract ends …If I took this out now could I port my number when my Voda contract ends in September? Or do u have to do at application?


Can port a number to PlusNet anytime plus.net/hel…er/ . Consider this PN offer may not be available in Septemeber, or it may have improved...

I ordered mine over the weekend through Plusnet website via Quidco, checked today as not had an email confirming the order yet. the customer services couldnt help so passed me to the sales team (10 minutes wait on hold). oddly the sales team had all my details including banking details but said the order hadnt gone through from the web order? said he could talk me through doing it all again over the phone. nope not likely if the website cant do what its meant to do and the customers services cannot find me lol then thats a bad start straight away. now i will wait to see if they take any money for the initial order before trying again and being signed up twice....

UPDATE - after 3 days i tried to join again and it also failed, called them and ended up asking about the £5 deal, they actually tried to talk me out of going with them because I used a EE call signal box in the house. lol I took 10 minutes trying to convince them to take me on, as I wanted to try them out and the 30 day was ideal contract. The salesman even told me that its cost them £30 to set the deal up. I eventually managed to secure a setup. The sim arrived next day and to my surprise it had full signal in my house so i am not sure whether it was because the signal is better now or whether its using the EE call signal box, either way works pretty good . only thing doesnt work is the 4g in the house but WIFI is always used anyways lol. so win win for me £5 sim only 30day is the way to go now
Edited by: "psyclops" 1st Aug

plusnet are the worst.

Thanks for this.

dwaynepipe

Performance on a par with BT mobile imho.



well it would be wouldn't it
BT = EE = Virgin = Plusnet
they all use the same masts/network/frequency/4G so I cannot see how the earlier poster says Virgin had a better signal than Plusnet

dca8601 h, 49 m ago

well it would be wouldn't itBT = EE = Virgin = Plusnetthey all use the …well it would be wouldn't itBT = EE = Virgin = Plusnetthey all use the same masts/network/frequency/4G so I cannot see how the earlier poster says Virgin had a better signal than Plusnet

each MVNO pays a fee for the service they require. EE will get the best service as they are the network operator, I presume BT will the same, but all other network will pay depending how they wish to be prioritised on the network. Virgin pays a lot to have very high priority similar to BT which means if the network is congested, they won't get dropped calls, straight to voicemail or we are unable to connect your call, please try again.
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