4GB Data - 2000 Minutes - Unlimited Texts - 30 Days Sim @ Plusnet Mobile £9 month
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4GB Data - 2000 Minutes - Unlimited Texts - 30 Days Sim @ Plusnet Mobile £9 month

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Found 15th Sep 2017Edited by:"szaman81"
4GB 4G Data
2000 Minutes
Unlimited Texts
30 Days Sim Only

£9 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.

Roam Like at Home is enabled. This is available in over 40 destinations and uses your monthly plan allowance when you are abroad.
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deleted1032520
Personally I'd pay the extra £1 for 5gb data and unlimited minutes and texts on the uswitch deal.
Decent deal none the less.

Please note I have the uSwitch deal and it's worth noting that Wi-Fi calling is disabled on Plusnet.
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deleted1032520
Personally I'd pay the extra £1 for 5gb data and unlimited minutes and texts on the uswitch deal.
Decent deal none the less.

Please note I have the uSwitch deal and it's worth noting that Wi-Fi calling is disabled on Plusnet.
Which network do they poggyva
Russonf4 m ago

Which network do they poggyva

They use ee
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deleted800342
Can you carry your number over to this?
I can't find any info about that on the link
I have a deal with them for £9.50
And I get 6gb data
Edited by: "Ritss" 15th Sep 2017
deleted80034215th Sep 2017

Can you carry your number over to this?I can't find any info about that on …Can you carry your number over to this?I can't find any info about that on the link

Yes
questions that always come up.

Can existing customers get this offer - Yes just web chat or call them and they will move you over.
Can I port my number from any network - Yes, even EE
Which network do they use - EE but speeds may not be as good as EE but they are typically in our area over 20Mb, think we have had 30
I'm on Plusnet and signal reception is a bit hit and miss. It's still better than 3. I wonder if EE customers get a better signal than Plusnet who only piggyback on their network?
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Decoded6 m ago

I'm on Plusnet and signal reception is a bit hit and miss. It's still …I'm on Plusnet and signal reception is a bit hit and miss. It's still better than 3. I wonder if EE customers get a better signal than Plusnet who only piggyback on their network?



we moved from Virgin to PlusNet and my daughter had poor signal at her school on PlusNet when she didn't with Virgin even though they were on the same network. Talked to PlusNet as I thought it could be a sim issue which it turned out it was but they said they cannot guarantee the same signal as EE or any of the other EE networks. Many of these types of services prioritise networks differently.
eslick7 m ago

we moved from Virgin to PlusNet and my daughter had poor signal at her …we moved from Virgin to PlusNet and my daughter had poor signal at her school on PlusNet when she didn't with Virgin even though they were on the same network. Talked to PlusNet as I thought it could be a sim issue which it turned out it was but they said they cannot guarantee the same signal as EE or any of the other EE networks. Many of these types of services prioritise networks differently.


I imagine you get what you pay for. EE customers pay more and probably get better reception and services. My brother is on Vodafone and he says that is really good for reception.
I've been on the £5.95 deal from Plusnet for about a year now. Anyone know if they use rollover for their data allowance please? Can't work out how they allocate it - doesn't seem to make sense to me.
Be aware that some functionality is not available on Plusnet. Conditional Call Forwarding for example. Means I can't use the likes of Hullomail which is why I left them.
The deal is undoubtedly good, but I wouldn't go for it. I value the coverage before the price, and not even EE (who has the best 4G coverage) is too good. I wouldn't consider any company not using EE coverage. Among them, the cheapest is Virgin.
Chaoscontrol22 m ago

The deal is undoubtedly good, but I wouldn't go for it. I value the …The deal is undoubtedly good, but I wouldn't go for it. I value the coverage before the price, and not even EE (who has the best 4G coverage) is too good. I wouldn't consider any company not using EE coverage. Among them, the cheapest is Virgin.



they are the cheapest monthly contract on the EE network, and coverage will be the same just not the strength, they are also owned by BT who own EE. Virgin are a separate company with at the moment terrible customer service who are only offering a 12 month contract, why tie yourself up to a 12 month deal when the likes of PlusNet, ID and hopefully vodafones new service are shaking up the market.
eslick1 h, 18 m ago

they are the cheapest monthly contract on the EE network, and coverage …they are the cheapest monthly contract on the EE network, and coverage will be the same just not the strength, they are also owned by BT who own EE. Virgin are a separate company with at the moment terrible customer service who are only offering a 12 month contract, why tie yourself up to a 12 month deal when the likes of PlusNet, ID and hopefully vodafones new service are shaking up the market.


Honestly, I haven't had issues with customer service or the service itself, and I use them both for mobile and broadband (best speed with no competition at all). I came to the UK on February this year, and did a research on them all. Out of all the EE coverage, Virgin seemed the best deal for me taking into account price, roaming included, contract length and GB. My contract is per month, not 12. Maybe it has changed now.

I didn't choose PlusNet because back in February either 1) didn't include roaming 2) didn't use EE network 3) I read quite a major amount of bad reviews about the coverage. Maybe something changed until now.
Quids2 h, 36 m ago

I've been on the £5.95 deal from Plusnet for about a year now. Anyone know …I've been on the £5.95 deal from Plusnet for about a year now. Anyone know if they use rollover for their data allowance please? Can't work out how they allocate it - doesn't seem to make sense to me.

No rollover of unused data unfortunately
I was about to ring 999 because I hadn't seen a Plusnet deal posted for at least 12 hours.

Phew!!!!

Thanks OP
Tethering allowed?
will a locked ee phone be able to use plusnet?? or would i have to unlock? apparently plusnet use ee...
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maries44 m ago

Tethering allowed?


Yes
sleepingwonder36 m ago

will a locked ee phone be able to use plusnet?? or would i have to unlock? …will a locked ee phone be able to use plusnet?? or would i have to unlock? apparently plusnet use ee...

Locked EE phone will be fine
steandange1 h, 17 m ago

Locked EE phone will be fine


what about the tmobile ee users ? thanks
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Decoded12 h, 8 m ago

I'm on Plusnet and signal reception is a bit hit and miss. It's still …I'm on Plusnet and signal reception is a bit hit and miss. It's still better than 3. I wonder if EE customers get a better signal than Plusnet who only piggyback on their network?


Plusnet doesn't "piggyback" like Virgin dies. Plusnet IS EE, it's wholely owned sister company just as BT is. The signal nor Internet is any different between EE, BT or Plusnet.
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Chaoscontrol10 h, 26 m ago

The deal is undoubtedly good, but I wouldn't go for it. I value the …The deal is undoubtedly good, but I wouldn't go for it. I value the coverage before the price, and not even EE (who has the best 4G coverage) is too good. I wouldn't consider any company not using EE coverage. Among them, the cheapest is Virgin.


Plusnet is EE it's the same company.
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colinmessitt10 h, 28 m ago

Be aware that some functionality is not available on Plusnet. Conditional …Be aware that some functionality is not available on Plusnet. Conditional Call Forwarding for example. Means I can't use the likes of Hullomail which is why I left them.


Conditional call forwarding does work if you type in the divert codes
Guy in the ads really gets on my nerves
Is it that time already?
OrribleHarry15th Sep 2017

Plusnet doesn't "piggyback" like Virgin dies. Plusnet IS EE, it's wholely …Plusnet doesn't "piggyback" like Virgin dies. Plusnet IS EE, it's wholely owned sister company just as BT is. The signal nor Internet is any different between EE, BT or Plusnet.


They do!!! Read this article

moneysavingexpert.com/pho…ing
Edited by: "Decoded" 17th Sep 2017
how long does the sim usually take to deliver?
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gogoyippy39 m ago

how long does the sim usually take to deliver?


2 to 3 days
Ritss15th Sep

I have a deal with them for £9.50 And I get 6gb data


Nice!.

How did you manage to pull that one off then?, thanx. :-)
amour3k1 h, 17 m ago

Nice!.How did you manage to pull that one off then?, thanx. :-)

I joined a deal then a few months later told them I wanted a better deal so they did.
Basically said would go to a competitor otherwise
They not willing to pay a $ to a decent model. Every time I see his face change my mind
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