50Gb 4G data only SIM Vodafone - £25pm x 12 months = £300 @ Vodafone
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50Gb 4G data only SIM Vodafone - £25pm x 12 months = £300 @ Vodafone

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Found 10th Dec 2017Edited by:"Cypermethrin"
For those of us suffering ADSL hell speeds of 1 mbps - get yourself a 3G/4G router and plus this SIM

Massive speed improve


12-month 50GB Data SIM 12 Months
50GB 4G UK data, null minutes, null texts, All data, minutes and texts can be used across Europe

Usually £30 pcm - now £25 pcm for 12 months

Also £18 casback via Quidco

You can also claim a £25 gift voucher as an alternative to Quidco by going here
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ahenners45 m ago

Who are Vodaphone?


They are a mobile phone service provider as you know. Thanks OP for taking time to post. A spelling mistake does not take away from your effort. I come here to save money and get bargains, not to try to look clever by correcting spelling.
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'null' wtf is that?
I think it means they're unlimited. I think this is good. I'm paying 21 quid for 40gb via an advantage deal. I have to say though that my first month usage was less than 1gb and I was on the 4g a lot.
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Null means zero !

this is a data only deal as per title
Cypermethrin5 m ago

Null means zero !this is a data only deal as per title


'All data, minutes and texts can be used across Europe' WHAT MINUTES AND TEXTS??
Who are Vodaphone?
Shame you'd need about 10 of these to get through a month of home broadband usage. Does anybody do a large (e.g 300GB+) allowance for a good price?
ahenners45 m ago

Who are Vodaphone?


They are a mobile phone service provider as you know. Thanks OP for taking time to post. A spelling mistake does not take away from your effort. I come here to save money and get bargains, not to try to look clever by correcting spelling.
I think from memory that if you sign up for 24 months at the £25, you can get a free 4G device (either USB dongle, believe this is the E3372 rebadged as K5165, or MIFI). Please don't quote me or shoot me if I spelt anything wrong! Obviously this will appeal to some, not to others. OP, if this checks out, you may want to add to the top post? Think they come with £18 cashback too.
dave801 h, 37 m ago

Shame you'd need about 10 of these to get through a month of home …Shame you'd need about 10 of these to get through a month of home broadband usage. Does anybody do a large (e.g 300GB+) allowance for a good price?


Still waiting for a company to do unlimited mobile data. They do it in America. The day that happens is the day I cut the phone line.
Better off getting the Virgin Unlimited sim £20
I believe 3 are doing 100gb for £27 (which was £20 on blk Friday). Not sure how that stacks up against it mind
abdi123466 h, 28 m ago

Better off getting the Virgin Unlimited sim £20


I don't think it can be tethered
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abdi123467 h, 48 m ago

Better off getting the Virgin Unlimited sim £20



Sadly Virgin/EE signal by us is pants -
yozzer9 h, 25 m ago

I believe 3 are doing 100gb for £27 (which was £20 on blk Friday). Not s …I believe 3 are doing 100gb for £27 (which was £20 on blk Friday). Not sure how that stacks up against it mind


Their tethering allowance is still only 30GB on that deal as it isn't a "data" SIM. Three's best data SIM is 40GB at £24/m on a rolling contact.

I've also been offered 60GB for £26.10/m on 12 month contract from EE on my current data SIM with them (was the 30GB £15/m deal). You may be able to get this by calling them if they're offering it around to current customers.
mikebo15 h, 59 m ago

I don't think it can be tethered


They allow you to tether upto 50gb on a fair use policy as long as you don’t go above that they will not reduce speeds. As per chat and forum info
abdi123462 h, 34 m ago

They allow you to tether upto 50gb on a fair use policy as long as you …They allow you to tether upto 50gb on a fair use policy as long as you don’t go above that they will not reduce speeds. As per chat and forum info


That's good to know. May be worth swapping from EE.
Cheers OP.

What's the hassle involved in taking up this offer, but ditching it if the data transfer rate turns out to be rubbish? Or is there a way to check the data transfer rate without having to sign up to a contract?

In case anyone is interested, I got the rolling 20Gb deal from EE via Curry's for £12.50, which has been great. However, I've been surprised by the amount of data I've been using, which has worked out at 700M-1G per day without any video streaming (apart from clips in FB).
Edited by: "grazie" 14th Dec 2017
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grazie22 m ago

Cheers OP.What's the hassle involved in taking up this offer, but ditching …Cheers OP.What's the hassle involved in taking up this offer, but ditching it if the data transfer rate turns out to be rubbish? Or is there a way to check the data transfer rate without having to sign up to a contract?In case anyone is interested, I got the rolling 20Gb deal from EE via Curry's for £12.50, which has been great. However, I've been surprised by the amount of data I've been using, which has worked out at 700M-1G per day without any video streaming (apart from clips in FB).



grazie22 m ago

Cheers OP.What's the hassle involved in taking up this offer, but ditching …Cheers OP.What's the hassle involved in taking up this offer, but ditching it if the data transfer rate turns out to be rubbish? Or is there a way to check the data transfer rate without having to sign up to a contract?In case anyone is interested, I got the rolling 20Gb deal from EE via Curry's for £12.50, which has been great. However, I've been surprised by the amount of data I've been using, which has worked out at 700M-1G per day without any video streaming (apart from clips in FB).



Apparently you have 30 days to evaluate and cancel if you are not satisfied with the transfer rates
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