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3GB of 4G data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts for £8/mth* (12 month term £96)if you're a BT broadband customer (£13/mth* if not), plus a £40 Gift voucher
3GB of 4G data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts for £8/mth* (12 month term £96)if you're a BT broadband customer (£13/mth* if not), plus a £40 Gift voucher

3GB of 4G data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts for £8/mth* (12 month term £96)if you're a BT broadband customer (£13/mth* if not), plus a £40 Gift voucher

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Until 11.59pm on Thu 19 Jan, we've blagged an extra 1GB on BT Mobile's mid-range plan. This means you'll get 3GB of 4G data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts for £8/mth* if you're a BT broadband customer (£13/mth* if not), plus a £40 iTunes/Amazon voucher.

If you're already with BT Mobile you can take out the deal as an additional line, but won't be able to port (ie, move) your number over to it.

You must claim the iTunes/Amazon voucher – but you'll need to wait until two weeks after activation to do so and BT WON'T remind you, so bookmark the link now. You have three months to claim. Once you've claimed, the voucher will arrive within 45 days.

All BT's plans come with 4G data and access to more than five million BT Wi-Fi hotspots. If the above deal doesn't suit, it has two other 12-month offers...

£5/mth* for BT b'band custs (£10/mth* otherwise) for 200 mins, unltd texts, 500MB data, plus a £20 iTunes/Amazon voucher.
£16/mth* for BT b'band custs (£21/mth* otherwise) for unlimited mins and texts, 15GB data, plus an £80 iTunes/Amazon voucher.
If you stop being a BT broadband customer at any point during your mobile contract your monthly mobile costs will jump by £5.

Need-to-knows
12-month contract.
Runs off the EE network.
Calls and texts to UK mobiles and landlines included; 084/087 numbers cost extra.
Monthly spending can be capped, from a starting point of £5 over your tariff.
Use up your allowance and you'll have to pay 35p/min and 10p/MB. Full costs here.
You'll be credit-checked – see our Credit Scores guide.

22 Comments

Good deal. But who on earth thinks they've managed 'to blag' this deal off BT? Not yet another company deal, that frequently comes up, that MSE is trying to take the credit for? LOL

If you don't want the extra data, TCB £20, Quidco £25





Edited by: "tightpants" 16th Jan

Bought this deal when it was last on about 2 months ago. Amazon vouchers are a good incentive however I have found the 4g to be a bit sketchy often switching to 3g in areas where you really wouldn't expect it to. Still a great deal for £8 in my opinion.

tightpants

Good deal. But who on earth thinks they've managed 'to blag' this deal … Good deal. But who on earth thinks they've managed 'to blag' this deal off BT? Not yet another company deal, that frequently comes up, that MSE is trying to take the credit for? LOLIf you don't want the extra data, TCB £20, Quidco £25



​don't ever count quidco cashback as they won't pay out that amount. on the similar deal last time, quidco tracked £30 only to lower down to £10 almost a month later (which means you past the cancellation period 14 days). and when I complaint, they asked me to go back and complaint to BT.

that being said, heat for the very well written deal

I believe your discounted rate (£5 less) will be removed if you cancel their broadband. Otherwise I would get it.
Edited by: "Madchester" 16th Jan

Took this deal on Black Friday for my sons first phone. Mainly uses wifi and text so great for him. Just had the £40 Amazon vouchers come through so £56 for the year works out well cheap.

fr3dy77_sp33d

​don't ever count quidco cashback as they won't pay out that amount. on t … ​don't ever count quidco cashback as they won't pay out that amount. on the similar deal last time, quidco tracked £30 only to lower down to £10 almost a month later (which means you past the cancellation period 14 days). and when I complaint, they asked me to go back and complaint to BT.



You're right not to count on it - but I've had 3 sims from them - 2 from Quidco tracked fine, paid no problem. 3rd from TCB didn't track but sent in a ticket - BT confirmed/paid up no problem.

Cashback is a bonus - better to try for it than not.

Anyway - you've got the wrong end of the stick with this deal - cashback is not available through OP link. I was pointing out that, if you don't want the extra 1GB data, you can pay same tariff via TCB/Quidco and POSSIBLY get cashback.


Edited by: "tightpants" 16th Jan

This deal is an affiliate deal so you most likely wouldn't be able to get cashback from TCB / Quidco as the cookies would conflict

As with other posters I've gone via quick who are causing issues in paying up. So don't factor in that cost for this deal in my.opinion

As BT Customer already, got 4 sims for £29 as the more sims you get the cheaper the price. So family sorted. And cashback through Quidco on top of vouchers = one happy customer.

Cheapasnowt

As with other posters I've gone via quick who are causing issues in … As with other posters I've gone via quick who are causing issues in paying up. So don't factor in that cost for this deal in my.opinion



FFS why can't/don't people read! You can't get cashback with this posted deal!


Edited by: "tightpants" 16th Jan

I got something similar when tcb were offering £50 for £10 500 mins ultd texts and 4gb data (£15 non bt) and then £60 amazon vouchers. Making it £10 for a year. Bargain.

Just switched from the £5 a month contract, just phoned them up and they moved me over, my 12 months didn't start again either

Madchester

I believe your discounted rate (£5 less) will be removed if you cancel … I believe your discounted rate (£5 less) will be removed if you cancel their broadband. Otherwise I would get it.


You are correct

fr3dy77_sp33d

that being said, heat for the very well written deal



Copied and pasted from last week's Money Saving Expert money tips.

This deal is pants
Last week BT bb customers could get 15gb data with extra speed and unlimited calls/txts for £3.50/month
(after your £80 Amazon voucher and £70 quidco)
Edit: before anybody starts with the time machine wise cracks, you might still be able to get a similar deal, dyor
Edited by: "justanotherpunter" 16th Jan

I had just signed up for the Vodafone deal at 7.50 half price for 6 months. then I saw this so call Vodafone to cancel the sim as I only ordered on Sunday. they put me through your their retentions team and gave me 2.5gb 500 mins and unlimitex texts for 7.20 for 12 months plus a £40 credit to my account..

justanotherpunter

This deal is pants :pLast week BT bb customers could get 15gb data with … This deal is pants :pLast week BT bb customers could get 15gb data with extra speed and unlimited calls/txts for £3.50/month(after your £80 Amazon voucher and £70 quidco) Edit: before anybody starts with the time machine wise cracks, you might still be able to get a similar deal, dyor



I went for the 15gb deal last week and got a £90 Amazon gift card and have £60 tracked on Topcashback. Yet that deal barely got luke warm???

I got this kinda deal last year
20GB of data unlimited txt and calls all for £15 a month plus £80 gift card and £63.00 or £73.50 TCB cannot remember what one it was.
I barley use 5gb of data tho and looking to down grade now

mat2090

Just switched from the £5 a month contract, just phoned them up and they … Just switched from the £5 a month contract, just phoned them up and they moved me over, my 12 months didn't start again either


Tried this, this evening and was refused as an upgrade. Told new only, then of course cannot port number to it.
Was offered 2GB, 500mins and unlimited for £8 on 30 day rolling.
Does BT never learn, will now definitely move our Sims and free me up to move Broadband as well

I took 2 x £8 SIMs around Black Friday to replace my "unlimited" £10 monthly plan from Tesco. I don't regret. Tesco (O2) had full 4G signal yet the internet was laggy. Probably too many people connected on a too thin uplink. On BT (EE) I have 0-1 bars of 4G but really no problems with voice or data and actually the speed is better and lagginess is gone. Also there's no negative impact on battery. I just got the 2x£20 Amazon vouchers in a "signed for' envelope from Royal Mail. If you got a "missed you card" you can reschedule delivery too.
How to check for the voucher claim status: If you don't know the status of your claim, go fill the form again and if it's on file it will tell you "you already made a claim against this order"
TCB: £45 - not tracked - but made a complaint and TCB resubmitted - waiting for merchant...
Edited by: "rumburake" 19th Jan
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