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£90 Amazon voucher on EE £24/month Sim Only. Unlimited minutes & texts, 50GB data (12 month £288/£198 effective with reward) via PepperBonus
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£90 Amazon voucher on EE £24/month Sim Only. Unlimited minutes & texts, 50GB data (12 month £288/£198 effective with reward) via PepperBonus

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Hey folks!

This is a brand new offer from EE, created in conjunction with Pepper (of which hotukdeals is part). You can get the 50GB Sim Only deal from EE, which includes unlimited minutes and texts on EE Essential Plan, for £24 per month on a 12 month contract and receive a £90 Amazon voucher when signing up via PepperBonus! Factoring in the voucher, that works out at an effective cost of £16.50 per month.

Included in the 12 month sim;

  • 50GB 4G data

  • Unlimited minutes

  • Unlimited texts

  • Free BT Sport for 3 months

  • Free Apple Music for 6 months

  • Free Amazon Prime Video streaming for six months (And the Data is on EE)

  • Free MTV Video streaming for six months (And the Data is on EE)

Cashback sites like Quidco offer similar deals, but with lower reward amounts; plus we are very confident in our ability to process these transactions and make sure that - if you have done what you need to - you’ll get the voucher.

So if you make a genuine purchase and follow the rules, but for some reason the system doesn’t log it, contact us through the PepperBonus site and we will do everything we can to fix any problem.

How does this compare to other offers on the market? At the time of writing, with the voucher factored in, this is the cheapest 50GB 12 month sim-only deal we can see. If you need unlimited data (which means you use WAY beyond the amount of data an average user would), then there are some more slightly more expensive sim-only deals that might suit you better. Bear in mind also, any gift voucher or discount code with this offer at EE disqualifies you from the PepperBonus reward - so if you can save more than £90 by using another discount / offer, do that instead!



What is PepperBonus?

PepperBonus is run by the experienced team behind Pepper, which also includes hotukdeals. You can read more about PepperBonus HERE

How it works

  • Create an account on PepperBonus or sign in using the Get Deal Link

  • Click on 'PARTICIPATE & EARN REWARD ...' and then 'COMPLETE PURCHASE AT PARTNER'. We'll now redirect you to the EE website through our referral link. Also, ensure any ad-blocking software you use is disabled, or the offer won't track.

  • Complete the purchase of the 'EE SIM Plan 50GB £24'. IMPORTANT: Do NOT browse any other pages while completing the purchase! This offer is NOT valid with any other promotion or gift card, so using any gift voucher with this offer at EE disqualifies you from the PepperBonus reward!

  • Once you've completed the purchase through our referral link, your purchase will track into your PepperBonus account under 'My Activity', and should appear within 48 hours with the status 'Tracked and in review'.
    3328868.jpgWe'll also notify you then by email. If your purchase hasn't been tracked after 48 hours, please submit a Missing Reward Claim under 'My Account' > 'Missing Reward Claim' within 90 days of the purchase.

  • As soon as EE has verified your participation in compliance with the special offer terms (this will occur after the 4th contract month), we'll notify you via email and you can request your £90 Amazon eGift voucher under 'My Account' > 'My Activity'



FAQ

When will I receive the £90 Amazon UK eGift voucher from PepperBonus?

If you comply with the special offer terms, you can request your £90 Amazon UK eGift voucher afterthe 4th contract month on PepperBonus under 'My Account' > 'My Activity'. We will notify you by email as soon as the reward is ready to request.

My purchase at EE doesn't appear in 'My Activity'. What now?

Don't worry! As a rule, your purchase will appear with the status 'Tracked and in review' in the 'My Activity' section of your account within 48 hours after completing the purchase at EE through PepperBonus. We'll then also notify you by email. If you have not received an email from us after this period has expired or if your purchase is not listed under 'My Activity', please submit a 'Missing Reward Claim' under 'My Account' > 'Missing Reward Claim'.

Can the offer be combined with a gift voucher or other discount or cashback offers?

No!

Why can't I see any indication of the PepperBonus reward at EE's website?

Don't worry, that's normal. Usually, the partner doesn't explicitly refer to the PepperBonus reward.

Who's behind PepperBonus?

PepperBonus is run by the experienced team behind Pepper, which also includes hotukdeals. Check out our (German) Trustpilot ratings here.

FURTHER QUESTIONS?

Our general FAQ can be found here.
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Today has been the most active day for admin posting deals... A bunch of advertising deals for AliExpress, a random non deal for British corner shop (£5 for a small box of cereal ) and now new rules for themselves regarding the “new” PepperBonus...

Is this the new HUKD?
Is it guaranteed though? If not, surely it can’t be added in the title the same rules as Quidco and TCB...
Best deal I see at the moment is with BT mobile;

£20 per month 12 month contract.
20 gb data, unlimited calls and texts.
Free BT sport all the time.
Free Jbl speaker (£120 rrp).
£70 cashback through quidco.

Am keeping an eye on deals though so if anyone has found better please shout.
How is this £198 after?

You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher for Amazon worth £90?
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The question is, will Pepper Bonus be more reliable than Quidco :)?
Is it guaranteed though? If not, surely it can’t be added in the title the same rules as Quidco and TCB...
Seems very expensive for 50gb.
Azwipe11/11/2019 13:47

Seems very expensive for 50gb.


But it's 50gb of EE data! nobody does it better than EE
Edited by: "carlymt" 11th Nov 2019
Best deal I see at the moment is with BT mobile;

£20 per month 12 month contract.
20 gb data, unlimited calls and texts.
Free BT sport all the time.
Free Jbl speaker (£120 rrp).
£70 cashback through quidco.

Am keeping an eye on deals though so if anyone has found better please shout.
That gained heat quickly
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 11th Nov 2019
How is this £198 after?

You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher for Amazon worth £90?
delusion11/11/2019 13:49

Best deal I see at the moment is with BT mobile;£20 per month 12 month …Best deal I see at the moment is with BT mobile;£20 per month 12 month contract. 20 gb data, unlimited calls and texts. Free BT sport all the time.Free Jbl speaker (£120 rrp). £70 cashback through quidco.Am keeping an eye on deals though so if anyone has found better please shout.


Is that for existing customers? Bt usually charge more for new customers don't they?
Probably completely wrong haha
superleeds2711/11/2019 13:52

How is this £198 after?You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher …How is this £198 after?You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher for Amazon worth £90?


True, but if you were going to buy something from Amazon anyway then it works out.
superleeds2711/11/2019 13:52

How is this £198 after?You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher …How is this £198 after?You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher for Amazon worth £90?


If you wanted to sell the gift card, cardyard will offer £81 cash or £85 credit. If you aren't a user of amazon though its a bit of a pain.
Today has been the most active day for admin posting deals... A bunch of advertising deals for AliExpress, a random non deal for British corner shop (£5 for a small box of cereal ) and now new rules for themselves regarding the “new” PepperBonus...

Is this the new HUKD?
delusion11/11/2019 13:49

Best deal I see at the moment is with BT mobile;£20 per month 12 month …Best deal I see at the moment is with BT mobile;£20 per month 12 month contract. 20 gb data, unlimited calls and texts. Free BT sport all the time.Free Jbl speaker (£120 rrp). £70 cashback through quidco.Am keeping an eye on deals though so if anyone has found better please shout.


Nice deal, much better than this one . The £15 - 15gb is even better, after £75 Quidco and selling the Flip4 for £50 it will be £5 a month.
Edited by: "Azwipe" 11th Nov 2019
JohnnyRoller11/11/2019 13:56

Today has been the most active day for admin posting deals... A bunch of …Today has been the most active day for admin posting deals... A bunch of advertising deals for AliExpress, a random non deal for British corner shop (£5 for a small box of cereal ) and now new rules for themselves regarding the “new” PepperBonus... Is this the new HUKD?


Where is this cereal deal? I’ve missed that
carlymt11/11/2019 13:53

Is that for existing customers? Bt usually charge more for new customers …Is that for existing customers? Bt usually charge more for new customers don't they?Probably completely wrong haha


Its for new customers only.
superleeds2711/11/2019 13:52

How is this £198 after?You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher …How is this £198 after?You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher for Amazon worth £90?


You are totally correct, it should really state effective cost, as you are free to spend the Amazon voucher on what you like

I've amended the title as such, apologies for the confusion!
delusion11/11/2019 14:02

Its for new customers only.


In that case that's really good!
superleeds2711/11/2019 13:52

How is this £198 after?You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher …How is this £198 after?You're not getting £90 of cash back, it's a voucher for Amazon worth £90?



...and after the fourth month of billing.
I really regret moving from EE to Vodafone. Signal is bafflingly patchy in London and 4G speeds pretty poor a lot of the time.
msmyth11/11/2019 14:03

You are totally correct, it should really state effective cost, as you are …You are totally correct, it should really state effective cost, as you are free to spend the Amazon voucher on what you like I've amended the title as such, apologies for the confusion!


States
(12 month £288/£188 effective with reward) via PepperBonus

Should be
12 month £288/£198 effective with reward) via PepperBonus
msmyth11/11/2019 14:03

You are totally correct, it should really state effective cost, as you are …You are totally correct, it should really state effective cost, as you are free to spend the Amazon voucher on what you like I've amended the title as such, apologies for the confusion!



You have stated effective cost is £188, when it is surely £198 or did I miss something?
myusernamehasgone23411/11/2019 13:51

That gained heat quickly


It got to “hot deal” status instantly... would be nice to see who were the first 20 hot votes it hasn’t moved since then...
cannibalwombat11/11/2019 14:20

I really regret moving from EE to Vodafone. Signal is bafflingly patchy in …I really regret moving from EE to Vodafone. Signal is bafflingly patchy in London and 4G speeds pretty poor a lot of the time.


I am very happy moving away from EE Essentials unlimited deal posted here before. Signal really good on Vodafone especially in Central London. EE has good signal on Expensive EE Max , 5G and BT brands . But rubbish signal on their cheaper contracts. Virgin users are really lucky to move to Vodafone from EE . I am sure anyone who gets this deal will regret it due to low Priority and data not available on demand , only available at night or when EE network is not overloaded like in the country side. But in London or other big cities , only their expensive plans work during the day.
sam_of_london11/11/2019 14:42

I am very happy moving away from EE Essentials unlimited deal posted …I am very happy moving away from EE Essentials unlimited deal posted here before. Signal really good on Vodafone especially in Central London. EE has good signal on Expensive EE Max , 5G and BT brands . But rubbish signal on their cheaper contracts. Virgin users are really lucky to move to Vodafone from EE . I am sure anyone who gets this deal will regret it due to low Priority and data not available on demand , only available at night or when EE network is not overloaded like in the country side. But in London or other big cities , only their expensive plans work during the day.


I can tell you from my experience (having both an essential plan and a max plan) there is absolutely no difference in the signal or speed of either. The only difference is the free BT Sport for the full contract term (which is also rubbish unless you pay £10p/m to cast).
cannibalwombat11/11/2019 14:20

I really regret moving from EE to Vodafone. Signal is bafflingly patchy in …I really regret moving from EE to Vodafone. Signal is bafflingly patchy in London and 4G speeds pretty poor a lot of the time.


I'm on the other side of the coin, in W6 London I'm much happier with my Voda 4G signal then I was on EE. EE was pretty decent but there were certainly points where it didn't work at all, with Vodafone I've not noticed this yet in London. I get over 80mb/s over 4g on a cheap Redmi phone and with my plan (...) I'm going to try and ditch the landline and see how that goes. My Vodafone VDSL bb caps out at 38mb/s with a 20ms ping anyway.

I got the £20/month effective Vodafone 100gb deal back in May and although I'm not using anywhere near 100gb (more like 10!) I do appreciate the fact it always seems to work at a good speed for video or hires music. I can also share it out at will. It was a bit of a premium purchase... now Voda emailed this morning with a VDSL price hike I have called to get out of that contract and I'll see how I do for the next 6 months or so on Mobile Data 4G.

For the interested, if you spend the Amazon voucher this works out as £16.50 per month for 50GB 4G EE data.
Edited by: "Zoea" 11th Nov 2019
JohnnyRoller11/11/2019 14:50

I can tell you from my experience (having both an essential plan and a max …I can tell you from my experience (having both an essential plan and a max plan) there is absolutely no difference in the signal or speed of either. The only difference is the free BT Sport for the full contract term (which is also rubbish unless you pay £10p/m to cast).



I have no interest in bt sport so I let my friend use my free account but the one time I did want to use it I just hooked my laptop up to my tv to watch full screen. The £10 a month add on seems a joke and totally unecessary
JohnnyRoller11/11/2019 14:50

I can tell you from my experience (having both an essential plan and a max …I can tell you from my experience (having both an essential plan and a max plan) there is absolutely no difference in the signal or speed of either. The only difference is the free BT Sport for the full contract term (which is also rubbish unless you pay £10p/m to cast).


Changing to Vodafone and Three cured all the problems I got from joining EE Essentials and Virgin Unlimited data plans from Hot deals UK . I have my work phone with O2. These plans are to sell the excess capacity on EE network . What they don't tell you is that EE network does not have excess capacity in London and your phone becomes unreliable during the day. For some people having a unreliable phone does not matter as long as they get lots of cashback . But for those who depend on their phones like me , the difference is very big and very noticeable . And if you compare with EE/BT SIM bought directly from EE you can see the difference.
sam_of_london11/11/2019 15:02

Changing to Vodafone and Three cured all the problems I got from joining …Changing to Vodafone and Three cured all the problems I got from joining EE Essentials and Virgin Unlimited data plans from Hot deals UK . I have my work phone with O2. These plans are to sell the excess capacity on EE network . What they don't tell you is that EE network does not have excess capacity in London and your phone becomes unreliable during the day. For some people having a unreliable phone does not matter as long as they get lots of cashback . But for those who depend on their phones like me , the difference is very big and very noticeable . And if you compare with EE/BT SIM bought directly from EE you can see the difference.


What is "hot deals UK"?

Quoted comment.
Edited by: "furiousjammin" 11th Nov 2019
myusernamehasgone23411/11/2019 13:51

That gained heat quickly


Even more suspicious now when a I clicked over it was 128 degree already having been live around 15 mins now2 hours later 108
Can Amazon gift cards be spent on anything on Amazon or does it have to be ‘sold and dispatched by Amazon’?
Cheap00711/11/2019 15:58

Can Amazon gift cards be spent on anything on Amazon or does it have to be …Can Amazon gift cards be spent on anything on Amazon or does it have to be ‘sold and dispatched by Amazon’?


Hi, they are added as balance on your Amazon account so can be used against anything sold on Amazon UK
sam_of_london11/11/2019 15:02

Changing to Vodafone and Three cured all the problems I got from joining …Changing to Vodafone and Three cured all the problems I got from joining EE Essentials and Virgin Unlimited data plans from Hot deals UK . I have my work phone with O2. These plans are to sell the excess capacity on EE network . What they don't tell you is that EE network does not have excess capacity in London and your phone becomes unreliable during the day. For some people having a unreliable phone does not matter as long as they get lots of cashback . But for those who depend on their phones like me , the difference is very big and very noticeable . And if you compare with EE/BT SIM bought directly from EE you can see the difference.


How do you find your O2 by comparison? I'm with O2 but considering leaving as I can't use data reliably around Oxford St, Regent Street area which is ridiculous.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 11th Nov 2019
JohnnyRoller11/11/2019 13:56

Today has been the most active day for admin posting deals... A bunch of …Today has been the most active day for admin posting deals... A bunch of advertising deals for AliExpress, a random non deal for British corner shop (£5 for a small box of cereal ) and now new rules for themselves regarding the “new” PepperBonus... Is this the new HUKD?


OllieSt11/11/2019 17:49

How do you find your O2 by comparison? I'm with O2 but considering …How do you find your O2 by comparison? I'm with O2 but considering leaving as I can't use data reliably around Oxford St, Regent Street area which is ridiculous.


O2 are very good . 0nly network with band 40 . All Chinese phones work on LTE band 40 . I get free coffee from O2 Priority every week. Plus treat me equally as their other higher paying customers . Their plans are bit expensive but give lots of student / employer discount . Very good coverage and signal in London.
sam_of_london11/11/2019 18:53

O2 are very good . 0nly network with band 40 . All Chinese phones work on …O2 are very good . 0nly network with band 40 . All Chinese phones work on LTE band 40 . I get free coffee from O2 Priority every week. Plus treat me equally as their other higher paying customers . Their plans are bit expensive but give lots of student / employer discount . Very good coverage and signal in London.


O2 signal is good but data speeds in London are terrible. Best network for speed and coverage in London is EE, then Vodafone. Three is the worst of them all.
Edited by: "jamie15" 11th Nov 2019
Bearing in mind EE is BT, you're better off going with BT direct for BT SPORT throughout the contract. Sadly, HUKD is now a PLC.....
Or SMRTY 45GB for £15/month on a 30 day contract?

Ok u don't get the Amazon voucher but it's £100/year cheaper!!
sam_of_london11/11/2019 18:53

O2 are very good . 0nly network with band 40 . All Chinese phones work on …O2 are very good . 0nly network with band 40 . All Chinese phones work on LTE band 40 . I get free coffee from O2 Priority every week. Plus treat me equally as their other higher paying customers . Their plans are bit expensive but give lots of student / employer discount . Very good coverage and signal in London.


So glad I don't live in that grime hole. Sorry if I offend the city people that think that London is England. I'm so glad that in 50 years of my life that the three times I've had to visit the stench, I was able to leave the next day
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 11th Nov 2019
Hot biased-by-admins UK Deals has somewhat less of a catchy ring to it
Good luck with getting an Amazon voucher from EE
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