4G EE Sim Only Contract Unlimited mins, texts and 500MB data now £15 per month @ Chitter Chatter
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4G EE Sim Only Contract Unlimited mins, texts and 500MB data now £15 per month @ Chitter Chatter

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Found 9th Mar 2013
So Chitter Chatter (a T-Mobile merchant seller) are offering EE’s 4G sim only contract for £15 p/m when EE themselves sell this for £21 p/m. So that’s a total of £72 savings. You will be charged £21 p/m by EE but Chitter Chatter will pay you £6 p/m. This is done through their own visa pre-paid card scheme. You can use the card like you would use any visa card in shops. Details about their card can be seen here chitterchatter.co.uk/card.
As this is with the EE network you’ll get 4G speeds for internet. For £15 p/m you get unlimited UK minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of data. (12 month contract)
500MB might not be ideal for most people (I use about 500MB a day!), but for those of you who rarely use internet, or who want to take advantage of this offer for the unlimited mins and texts, I think this deal is good. (For 4G speeds you’ll need a 4G phone though).

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Chitter charter are absolute joke of a company.take a look at their feedback on Facebook etc. My sister is still waiting for her cash back 6 months after they promised it. Stay away from them...

djdope

Chitter charter are absolute joke of a company.take a look at their … Chitter charter are absolute joke of a company.take a look at their feedback on Facebook etc. My sister is still waiting for her cash back 6 months after they promised it. Stay away from them...



+1
Avoid!

500mb won't last long on 4G

I don't see the point in having 500mb on 4G, it kinda defeats the object.

How much data?! Bloody joke

Surely the main reason for using the 4G network is for the internet?

reports on TV say 500mb last 3mins 20secs.

They tried to sell my wife 4G saying how much fast it is, her average useage is 52mb.

I think at the moment 4g is not necessary, they always advertise on TV about watching films, I watch sky go, you tube and tv catchup without buffering on normal 3g network

Banned

Three won't charge extra for 4g, EE are having a laugh charging extra for 4g and only an idiot would pay extra for 4g on EE = Three are going to give unlimited 4g on their One plan at no extra cost plus you can tether on Threes One plan = its a no brainer

Banned

EE, O2 AND Vodafone are a joke and are money grabbers and they all give crap data allowance = Jokers

Banned

EE are rip off merchants, I received a letter this morning informing me that my monthly payment was going up, WTF I have a 24 month contract.
Small print is designed to rip off consumers, I'll never use EE again once I can get rid

500 mb defeats the purpose of 4g. ...........never seen anything colder n stupid than this

A lot of you guys are missing the point here. I work for EE, 4G doesn't mean you use more data. It just means that everything is quicker. If you want to download via 4G then you need more allowance.

For someone like myself who only browses, uses social networking with downloads now and then from the play store and enjoys a quick experience, 500mb is more than adequate.

4G doesn't use more data. It makes things faster. You're allowance is dependant on what you're using it for.

Good deal but before I worked for a mobile company I also had problems with Chitter chatter. So I'd avoid because of that.

trickydickybeer

EE are rip off merchants, I received a letter this morning informing me … EE are rip off merchants, I received a letter this morning informing me that my monthly payment was going up, WTF I have a 24 month contract.Small print is designed to rip off consumers, I'll never use EE again once I can get rid



Had the same with my Vodafone contract last year, who I am still tied with .Inflation apparently , they all do it.

Banned

Tesco Mobile don't do it and have said they never will

If you even want 4G then there's a huge chance you'll be using more than 500mb data. Still a rip as EE's 3G is still slow in alot of areas and they're pushing 4G.

I think the main complaint is because 4G allows users to download much quicker, they will perhaps inevitably use more data (or much more data) per month - the speed of 4G in other words, entices you to use more data consuming services on the go. I agree with Crazygooner1 that it will obviously differ depending on the user, but it is easy to see why EE's pricing structure/model is somewhat contradictory (in providing such a speedy 4G service, with such stringent data allowances).

I think for £15 per month (if that is definitely sustained by Chitter Chatter), is still a good deal. This rivals other network's offerings re their 'high usage' plans, in terms of minutes/texts however most networks offer at least 1GB data (not 4G of course) with their high use plans.

Sim only prices for 4G will hopefully become much more competitive once the other networks roll out their sim only 4G plans. However generally I understand the business model of the future for networks will be charging lots for data and little for minutes/texts..

If all you use your smart phone for is browsing and email, you don't "need" 4G - a decent 3G connection will be ample.

As the adverts for EE elude to, you want 4G for downloads and streaming - 500mb will be gone after a couple of episodes of breaking bad on Netflix

I get between 10 and 26mb on 3G with Three, absolutely no need for faster 4G. My home broadband only gives me 8mb!

I agree with you guys to an extent , although I have a 4G company phone to demo to people. Again I don't really download. Yes 3G is more than adequate for what I need but the faster speeds make my experience a better one, for my online banking etc.

Once the competitors have 4G, EE will have a very large coverage then end up reducing prices along with extra data allowances.

All depends what you use it for.

The Unlimited calls and texts help sell the 4g sim only for sure.

Rimi

+1Avoid!

hate casbacks.............. all a wast

If you can get 10-26Mb/s with 3G on Three, then 4G will most likely be a waste of time if you are not going to be streaming multimedia or similar. For most other static websites the speed bottleneck is most likely going to be the server and a faster connection will make no difference. For my online banking my phone is just as quick to use as my home connection although the latter is much faster on paper.

Crazygooner1

It just means that everything is quicker.


Or in other words just puts it back up to the speeds EE used to provide on their 3G, before they started secretly throttling it.

Crazygooner1

A lot of you guys are missing the point here. I work for EE, 4G doesn't … A lot of you guys are missing the point here. I work for EE, 4G doesn't mean you use more data. It just means that everything is quicker. If you want to download via 4G then you need more allowance. For someone like myself who only browses, uses social networking with downloads now and then from the play store and enjoys a quick experience, 500mb is more than adequate. 4G doesn't use more data. It makes things faster. You're allowance is dependant on what you're using it for. Good deal but before I worked for a mobile company I also had problems with Chitter chatter. So I'd avoid because of that.



Every activity you mention is fine with 3G, there is really little advantage to faster speeds for browsing and facebook etc.

The point in 4G is if you are streaming HD video, downloading apps, torrenting etc - data intensive activities.
And yet they only give you 500mb.

It makes zero sense. Zero.

I disagree on the no point part of it. I may work for them but I'm honest and upfront. Nobody is forced to buy it, but for someone like myself the sim only offers me good value. The point is it is good or bad dependant on each individuals use.
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