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800mins ultd texts ultd internet SIM ONLY /£20month -12 month (SOLO)contract + £50 quidco @ T Mobile
800mins ultd texts ultd internet SIM ONLY /£20month -12 month (SOLO)contract + £50 quidco @ T Mobile

800mins ultd texts ultd internet SIM ONLY /£20month -12 month (SOLO)contract + £50 quidco @ T Mobile

After all the recent Sim Only deals i couldnt find a cheap one with decent internet so i hope this helps. Comes to £15.83/month. Not bad considering for an extra £4 - £5 quid compared to other deals you get Unlimited internet

The internet is 1gb fair use policy NOT unlimited
- wordsworth

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very good deal IMO....is voicemail free on T-mobile?does anyone know?

receive some heat....

good deal.

900 mins with phone only £17.50 at Vodafone:oops:

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revosrus;6207706

900 mins with phone only £17.50 at Vodafone:oops:



Can you show me as im after a new phone contract lol

900 mins & phone & ultd internet where?????????????????

link pls

Original Poster

NAZ17;6207842

900 mins & phone & ultd internet where?????????????????link pls



I'm starting to think it doesnt exist....

where is that voda deal

hot !

vodafone deal is an 18month contract, 15months will cost you £20 and then £35 for the last 3 months, You have to phone them up to get this deal.

And its not unlimited internet for this deal, its a 1gb limit.

Alternatively if you dont wana pay the £5 quidco sign up, sign up to topcashback for free and i think its £35 or £40 cash back

I'm assuming the key words which isn't on the description posted here is unlimited internet on your phone

i.e. you can't put the SIM card into a dongle and use it on your laptop?

Also is any internet services blocked or slowed down like Skype?

I use my n95 with tmobile as a bluetooth modem all the time, i'd assume it could therefore work fine with a dongle. Their internet is certainly not the problem, it's their abysmal coverage. If you can handle getting cut off at least once every 15 minutes then fine but after 12 years of it then trying out vodafone, tmobile could give me free line rental (they did this for 3 years incidentally) and i still won't stay with them.

I'm personally on voda 900 mins, ultd texts, ultd landlines (and phone) -- £20 for 15 months the £40 (18 months in total) after that ----- Mobile internet is only included for the first month -- thats the best deal i'm aware of

T-Mobile charge for calls to voicemail (they aren't in your included minutes) and you have to pay (I think 25p) per call to customer services each time you call them on this tariff.

Inclusive minutes and texts are from the UK to all UK mobiles and numbers starting with 01, 02 or 03 at any time. This doesn't cover Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.
Call and message costs

Once your inclusive minutes and texts are used up the following costs will apply (anytime to any UK network).
Type of call/message Cost of call/message Calls30p per minute Texts12p per message Picture messages and voicemail aren't part of inclusive minutes and texts and will cost this much whenever you use them
Type of call/message Cost of call/message Pictures20p per message Voicemail12p per minute All numbers prefixed by (inc VAT):
Prefixed number Cost of call 0843, 0844, 0845 ,0870, 0871, 087240p per message 0808, 0800 Call charges from free to 40p per minute 050010p per minute 070 From 25p to 75p per minute All chargeable calls will be subject to a one minute minimum charge unless otherwise stated.

Unless you're on new Flext, your plan won't include calls to any 08 (including 0870) or 070 numbers. Calls to all 08 numbers cost up to 40p/minute and calls to 070 numbers cost up to 75p/minute. See ]t-mobile.co.uk/08-09
Internet access

Internet on your phone 1GB per month ]fair use policy applies (of data both sent and received in the UK)

Unlimited Fair use normally means we won't automatically charge you for going over just notify you when you do, of course if you go too over they can stop access.

Even though the internet is only 1gb this is still a great deal. Voted Hot

Voicemail is chargeable though inclusive if you dial your own number rather than VM no. I've used my Solo SIM in a dongle and not been charged data though I've only used it for short periods.

Great!!! Might consider going sim-only when my contract with 3 runs out. :thumbsup:

damadgeruk;6211403

Voicemail is chargeable though inclusive if you dial your own number … Voicemail is chargeable though inclusive if you dial your own number rather than VM no. I've used my Solo SIM in a dongle and not been charged data though I've only used it for short periods.



:thumbsup: didn't know that thanks,


also it cost money to call 150 (chargable when someone picks up), but u get a lot of free txt messaging services.

deeinlondon;6211014

I'm assuming the key words which isn't on the description posted here is … I'm assuming the key words which isn't on the description posted here is unlimited internet on your phonei.e. you can't put the SIM card into a dongle and use it on your laptop?Also is any internet services blocked or slowed down like Skype?



As far as I am aware, only three does Skype. Others won't officially support it.

you should just get the o2 simplicity 12 month deal.

For 19.58 you get:
800 UK minutes and 1600 UK texts each month
Plus unlimited O2 to O2 calls Bolt On or change this for your choice of promotional Bolt On (can choose web bolt on for internet on the phone)
Free voicemail
Browse the internet on your mobile for up to 98p per day
Free itemised online billing
plus u can get cheaper broadband

quidco currently give 23.33 cashback

MarzBarz;6211003

Alternatively if you dont wana pay the £5 quidco sign up, sign up to … Alternatively if you dont wana pay the £5 quidco sign up, sign up to topcashback for free and i think its £35 or £40 cash back



Actually Top Cashback will match the best of the rest (e.g. Quidco) - i.e.I regularly use Hertz, wait for it to track at 6% (their rate), go to enquires, submit a highest cashback guarantee claim, asking them to match Quidco's 10% & soon after they do. I don't pay £5 per year and on average get an extra 4% of what I earn via 'topup' (last month it was 7%, some months it can drop to 2 or 3, depending on how much cashback I earned the previous month)! They even kindly apply the topup on my 10% from Hertz!

All details here: topcashback.co.uk/Top…res

Good deal OP (voting hot), but with cashback, how does it fair against the recent Vodafone deal (900m+u/l txt @ £20/m with £100 cashback) - wouldn't the £50 extra cashback pay for most of a £5 web add-on, giving 100 extra minutes?

jnm21;6212428

Actually Top Cashback will match the best of the rest (e.g. Quidco) - … Actually Top Cashback will match the best of the rest (e.g. Quidco) - i.e.I regularly use Hertz, wait for it to track at 6% (their rate), go to enquires, submit a highest cashback guarantee claim, asking them to match Quidco's 10% & soon after they do. I don't pay £5 per year and on average get an extra 4% of what I earn via 'topup' (last month it was 7%, some months it can drop to 2 or 3, depending on how much cashback I earned the previous month)! They even kindly apply the topup on my 10% from Hertz!All details here: http://www.topcashback.co.uk/TopCashBackFeaturesGood deal OP (voting hot), but with cashback, how does it fair against the recent Vodafone deal (900m+u/l txt @ £20/m with £100 cashback) - wouldn't the £50 extra cashback pay for most of a £5 web add-on, giving 100 extra minutes?



I was on about quidco sign up fee but thanks for the info.

Also vodafones internet bolt on is only 500mb

A good deal, but a big chunk of cash on Quidco, beware :oops:

damadgeruk;6211403

Voicemail is chargeable though inclusive if you dial your own number … Voicemail is chargeable though inclusive if you dial your own number rather than VM no.

Now THAT is CLEVER! :w00t: Was going to moan about T-mobile's stinginess in charging for voicemail access. It really works from included minutes if you dial your own number from your T-mobile handset? What a loophole!

MarzBarz;6211003

Alternatively if you dont wana pay the £5 quidco sign up, sign up to … Alternatively if you dont wana pay the £5 quidco sign up, sign up to topcashback for free and i think its £35 or £40 cash back

Why would you want to do that? Even if you get the £50 from Quidco, and pay them the £5 fee, you'd still have £45!

good for t-mobile, they're normally pants. about 5 years ago when t-mobile where still one2one they were the best in terms of deals, tarriffs etc.

billbennett1;6215224

Why would you want to do that? Even if you get the £50 from Quidco, and … Why would you want to do that? Even if you get the £50 from Quidco, and pay them the £5 fee, you'd still have £45!



Already answered - no fee, highest cashback match (from everyone, not just Quidco) & topups (a little bit more on top of the best of the rest)! :thumbsup: I explained it all in post 24. :whistling:

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