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4.5GB > £6.50 | 7.5GB > £8.50 | 13GB > £11 Sim Only (30 Day) Existing Broadband Customers @ Plusnet
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4.5GB > £6.50 | 7.5GB > £8.50 | 13GB > £11 Sim Only (30 Day) Existing Broadband Customers @ Plusnet

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Posted 6th AprEdited by:"MrSwitch"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Some decent prices if you're an existing broadband customer here

Plus all the deals below come with unlimited mins and texts

4.5 for £6.50
7.5 for £8.50
13 for £11.00

Non BB customers can expect to get still a very respectable

2.5 for £6.50
5.5 for £8.50
12 for £11.00

Super Value SIM only deals

Whether you're a talker, a texter or a big data splurger, we've got a great mobile deal just for you.
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Someone posted this tip on a previous Plusnet deal thread back in February.

Text PAC to 65075

You’ll receive a PAC code. Next log into your Plusnet account via a web browser. If you now look at the available tariff upgrades, you should see the same pricing as offered to Plusnet Broadband customers.

I did this and managed to add an extra 2GB of mobile data per month for now additional cost. #winning! 💪🏻

This was on a rolling 30-day contract.

Worth a try, if you don’t use the PAC code it just expires one month after it was issued and you can continue on your existing tariff.

Hope it helps some of you out.

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Good deals if you don't want to go the smarty way I thank you
Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting these prices? Currently paying Plusnet £6.50 p/m for 3gig ul min and ul text.
Quidco as well?
More info

Existing customers get 12GB data, unlimited minutes and texts for £10 per month on a 12 month plan

+ £40 cashback

Offer terms and conditions


Get cashback
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New customers get 10GB data, unlimited minutes and texts for £10 per month on a 12 month plan

+ £40 cashback

Offer terms and conditions

Get cashback
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Existing customers get 7GB data, unlimited minutes and texts for £8 per month on a 12 month plan

+ £25 cashback

Offer terms and conditions

Get cashback
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New customers get 5GB data, unlimited minutes and texts for £8 per month on a 12 month plan

+ £25 cashback

Offer terms and conditions

Get cashback
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Existing customers get 4GB data, unlimited minutes and texts for £6 per month on a 12 month plan

+ £25 cashback

Offer terms and conditions

Get cashback
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New customers get 2GB data, unlimited minutes and texts for £6 per month on a 12 month plan

+ £25 cashback

Offer terms and conditions

Get cashback
Online cashback rates
£40 cashback

for existing customers taking out the 12GB data SIM Only for £10 per month on a 12 month plan

Get cashback


£40 cashback

for new customers taking out the 10GB data SIM Only for £10 per month on a 12 month plan

Get cashback


£25 cashback

for existing customers taking out the 7GB data SIM Only for £8 per month on a 12 month plan

Get cashback


£25 cashback

for new customers taking out the 5GB data SIM Only for £8 per month on a 12 month plan

Get cashback


£25 cashback

for existing customers taking out the 4GB data SIM Only for £6 per month on a 12 month plan

Get cashback


£25 cashback

for new customers taking out the 2GB data SIM Only for £6 per month on a 12 month plan

Get cashback
Edited by: "thisismark" 6th Apr
Would you be able to change the title to ‘existing broadband customers’? Got happy thinking it was existing plusnet mobile customers haha
Edited by: "nothingmuch" 6th Apr
thisismark06/04/2020 11:03

Quidco as well?


£35 - £50 from topcashback depending on the plan you choose
nothingmuch06/04/2020 11:07

Would you be able to change the title to ‘existing broadband customers’? Go …Would you be able to change the title to ‘existing broadband customers’? Got happy thinking it was existing plusnet mobile customers haha


Massive apologies, edited now, I swear I put that in
jazzman46606/04/2020 11:01

Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting …Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting these prices? Currently paying Plusnet £6.50 p/m for 3gig ul min and ul text.


A week ago, I got a 13GB, £10 x 12 months renewal on my existing Plusnet mobile contract. I left Plusnet Broadband last month. So technically no longer a Broadband customer when I got this deal.

Give them a call, see what the retentions department offer you.
Good deal, good to keep in mind though that they dont have access to the 800 Mhz 4G bands so indoor 4G coverage is poor. And also doesnt support VoLTE or VoWiFi
Note if you go via cashback sites they are 12 month contracts.

If you go via the plusnet site they are 30 day contracts.
jazzman46606/04/2020 11:01

Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting …Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting these prices? Currently paying Plusnet £6.50 p/m for 3gig ul min and ul text.


No luck here, they let me move my two numbers that I had with them over a year an a half rather than give me the existing broadband customers offer, utterly moronic then they give those same offers to new customers via cashback, something is terribly wrong with their retentions/client acquisition systems.
jazzman46606/04/2020 11:01

Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting …Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting these prices? Currently paying Plusnet £6.50 p/m for 3gig ul min and ul text.



“Cuddl3s wrote:
No luck here, they let me move my two numbers that I had with them over a year an a half rather than give me the existing broadband customers offer, utterly moronic then they give those same offers to new customers via cashback, something is terribly wrong with their retentions/client acquisition systems.

Someone posted this tip on a previous Plusnet deal thread back in February.

Text PAC to 65075

You’ll receive a PAC code. Next log into your Plusnet account via a web browser. If you now look at the available tariff upgrades, you should see the same pricing as offered to Plusnet Broadband customers.

I did this and managed to add an extra 2GB of mobile data per month for now additional cost. #winning! 💪🏻

This was on a rolling 30-day contract.

Worth a try, if you don’t use the PAC code it just expires one month after it was issued and you can continue on your existing tariff.

Hope it helps some of you out.

Stay home, protect the NHS and save lives.
Edited by: "cheekster" 6th Apr
Just to remind everyone, Plusnet Mobile do NOT support 5 digit short codes, so you cannot participate in any TV interactivity that needs 5 digit short codes ( may be a plus for some), also some banks require you to respond to 5 digit short codes to confirm your identity, and most recently I’ve had Gas and Electricity suppliers asking me to respond to 5 digit short codes to confirm meter readings during a supplier switch. You can’t respond to any of them. On the plus side they have recently fixed their awful basic voicemail that didn’t capture the number of a caller, which thankfully it now does. So if you need 5 digit short codes for anything this deal probably isn’t for you.
Edited by: "rok263" 6th Apr
MentalFloss06/04/2020 11:17

Good deal, good to keep in mind though that they dont have access to the …Good deal, good to keep in mind though that they dont have access to the 800 Mhz 4G bands so indoor 4G coverage is poor. And also doesnt support VoLTE or VoWiFi


A number of mobile providers use EE, BT (who obviously own them), Virgin Mobile and also Plusnet. Do you happen to know if any of those providers other than EE also have reduced features such as no support for VoLTE or VoWiFi?

Thanks.
Edited by: "cheekster" 6th Apr
cheekster06/04/2020 13:32

A number of mobile providers use EE, BT (who obviously own them), Virgin …A number of mobile providers use EE, BT (who obviously own them), Virgin Mobile and also Plusnet. Do you happen to know if any of those providers other than EE also have reduced features such as no support for VoLTE or VoWiFi?Thanks.


BT Mobile features are on par with EE. VoLTE and VoWiFi both included.
jamie1506/04/2020 14:31

BT Mobile features are on par with EE. VoLTE and VoWiFi both included.


Do you know if 4GEE (the fastest 4G mobile broadband speeds which EE offer) is also available with BT Mobile?
cheekster06/04/2020 14:34

Do you know if 4GEE (the fastest 4G mobile broadband speeds which EE …Do you know if 4GEE (the fastest 4G mobile broadband speeds which EE offer) is also available with BT Mobile?


Yes. I have it on mine, it's called Extra Speed I think.
cheekster06/04/2020 13:32

A number of mobile providers use EE, BT (who obviously own them), Virgin …A number of mobile providers use EE, BT (who obviously own them), Virgin Mobile and also Plusnet. Do you happen to know if any of those providers other than EE also have reduced features such as no support for VoLTE or VoWiFi?Thanks.


BT own EE so they are not treated like a normal MVNO. You get all features on BT. Last I checked they were rolling out 5G as well

Regarding Virgin, from what I remember they are switching over to Vodafone next year so keep that in mind
MentalFloss06/04/2020 15:12

BT own EE so they are not treated like a normal MVNO. You get all features …BT own EE so they are not treated like a normal MVNO. You get all features on BT. Last I checked they were rolling out 5G as wellRegarding Virgin, from what I remember they are switching over to Vodafone next year so keep that in mind



Virgin Media has signed a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement with Vodafone that will last until 2026. Under the terms of the deal announced, Virgin Media's mobile customers will be switched from networks operated by BT Enterprise (BT owns operator EE), and onto the mobile networks of Vodafone.


Wonder how many customers they lose or gain come late 2021?

silicon.co.uk/net…509
cheekster06/04/2020 12:09

“Cuddl3s wrote:No luck here, they let me move my two numbers that I had w …“Cuddl3s wrote:No luck here, they let me move my two numbers that I had with them over a year an a half rather than give me the existing broadband customers offer, utterly moronic then they give those same offers to new customers via cashback, something is terribly wrong with their retentions/client acquisition systems.Someone posted this tip on a previous Plusnet deal thread back in February.Text PAC to 65075You’ll receive a PAC code. Next log into your Plusnet account via a web browser. If you now look at the available tariff upgrades, you should see the same pricing as offered to Plusnet Broadband customers. I did this and managed to add an extra 2GB of mobile data per month for now additional cost. #winning! 💪🏻 This was on a rolling 30-day contract.Worth a try, if you don’t use the PAC code it just expires one month after it was issued and you can continue on your existing tariff.Hope it helps some of you out.Stay home, protect the NHS and save lives.


Why am I being charged to txt to this number?
magikman06/04/2020 15:33

Why am I being charged to txt to this number?


I wasn’t charged.
cheekster06/04/2020 15:20

Virgin Media has signed a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement …Virgin Media has signed a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement with Vodafone that will last until 2026. Under the terms of the deal announced, Virgin Media's mobile customers will be switched from networks operated by BT Enterprise (BT owns operator EE), and onto the mobile networks of Vodafone.Wonder how many customers they lose or gain come late 2021?https://www.silicon.co.uk/networks/carriers/virgin-media-mobile-vodafone-313509


Personally i switched from BT to Vodafone and I am pretty happy. At least in South East and East London, their network is very good. I get >200mbps speeds on 5G. Costs me 6 quid after redemption cashback for 20 GB
magikman06/04/2020 16:06

Ok, thanks - it's worth a punt


I set my smartcap to £0 to make sure I didn't get charged.

Got the PAC, but no change in the upgrade deals, how long does it take for them to show?
jazzman46606/04/2020 11:01

Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting …Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting these prices? Currently paying Plusnet £6.50 p/m for 3gig ul min and ul text.


Been with them for over a year, switched 2 tariffs and now on the third one for £6 a month for 5GB and unlimited minutes and texts but it's a 12 month contract.

Just ask them maybe might give you a cheaper price with more data!

Hope it helps
After requesting a PAC earlier, I have just logged back in and when I click on upgrade options, the previous options have disappeared and I see this. My existing plan now shows 0MB of data?

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jazzman46606/04/2020 11:01

Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting …Has anyone who is not a Plusnet broadband customer had any luck getting these prices? Currently paying Plusnet £6.50 p/m for 3gig ul min and ul text.



4gig for £6, i just rang them and told them about the 8gig for £8 deal from other services, and ask whats the best deal they do, they gave me the option to match it or £6 for 4 no hassle
MentalFloss06/04/2020 15:50

Personally i switched from BT to Vodafone and I am pretty happy. At least …Personally i switched from BT to Vodafone and I am pretty happy. At least in South East and East London, their network is very good. I get >200mbps speeds on 5G. Costs me 6 quid after redemption cashback for 20 GB


Both EE and Vodafone have good signal in London. The other two are rubbish, especially for data speeds.
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