Asda mobile 4G launched, 2GB data with all 30 day bundles - Cheapest 30 day bundle is £5
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Asda mobile 4G launched, 2GB data with all 30 day bundles - Cheapest 30 day bundle is £5

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Found 3rd Apr 2017
Asda mobile just launched 4G and to celebrate the launch they're giving away 2GB of data with every 30 day bundle purchased until 27th June. To redeem simply apply a bundle  to your Asda Mobile account and your free data will be added automatically.

Cheapest 30 day bundle is £5.
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    £5 plan is 100MB (2.1GB til June) 100 mins, 2000 texts. Aren't you better of with ID mobile £5 plan 1.5GB (after June aswell) 250 minutes and 5000 texts.
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    very nice
    £5 plan is 100MB (2.1GB til June) 100 mins, 2000 texts. Aren't you better of with ID mobile £5 plan 1.5GB (after June aswell) 250 minutes and 5000 texts.
    got oodles of data, txts and mins twice at Xmas for £10

    enjoying loads of 4G now on the £7 bundle. 2.5Gb, 300mins and unlimited texts.
    Derek_Duval

    £5 plan is 100MB (2.1GB til June) 100 mins, 2000 texts. Aren't you better … £5 plan is 100MB (2.1GB til June) 100 mins, 2000 texts. Aren't you better of with ID mobile £5 plan 1.5GB (after June aswell) 250 minutes and 5000 texts.



    Thanks for mentioning that. I'm considering the PlusNet mobile 1GB, 250 mins, 500 text for £5, but will compare to ID mobile.

    If anyone has experience of TalkTalk mobile and/or PlusNet mobile and would mind taking a look at my post here I'd appreciate it.
    morgie

    Thanks for mentioning that. I'm considering the PlusNet mobile 1GB, 250 … Thanks for mentioning that. I'm considering the PlusNet mobile 1GB, 250 mins, 500 text for £5, but will compare to ID mobile.If anyone has experience of TalkTalk mobile and/or PlusNet mobile and would mind taking a look at my post here I'd appreciate it.



    Plusnet is the best offer
    ID are horrible
    i've heard Plusnet are ok
    morgie

    Thanks for mentioning that. I'm considering the PlusNet mobile 1GB, 250 … Thanks for mentioning that. I'm considering the PlusNet mobile 1GB, 250 mins, 500 text for £5, but will compare to ID mobile.If anyone has experience of TalkTalk mobile and/or PlusNet mobile and would mind taking a look at my post here I'd appreciate it.




    Plusnet were terrible at porting my number (Five days without a number), other than that both Plusnet and ID were fine.
    dijital

    Plusnet were terrible at porting my number (Five days without a number), … Plusnet were terrible at porting my number (Five days without a number), other than that both Plusnet and ID were fine.



    nigelbutler

    ID are horrible



    Thanks both. I don't really want to hijack this thread, perhaps you could reply on my Ask post hotukdeals.com/tag…070 and tell me why ID aren't so great? Cheers.
    Edited by: "morgie" 3rd Apr 2017
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    I prefer 3 PAYG, 3p min, 2p a text, 1p mb, £5 lasts me a month mostly more.
    That's good for you, but at 1p a MB how much is that 2GB of data going to cost you? And that's presuming you don't make calls or send texts! Unfair comparison tbh.
    no chance im going with these this is freezing your phone will run like a snail i want fast 4g and ee is the only way cold
    Derek_Duval

    £5 plan is 100MB (2.1GB til June) 100 mins, 2000 texts. Aren't you better … £5 plan is 100MB (2.1GB til June) 100 mins, 2000 texts. Aren't you better of with ID mobile £5 plan 1.5GB (after June aswell) 250 minutes and 5000 texts.



    ​Found I.D ok.Had the 1gb for £5 but phoned up and upgraded to 5gb for £10
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    HasnainMajeed

    I prefer 3 PAYG, 3p min, 2p a text, 1p mb, £5 lasts me a month mostly … I prefer 3 PAYG, 3p min, 2p a text, 1p mb, £5 lasts me a month mostly more.



    ​You'd be better off with a 3 data reward sim.
    inanycase this offer gives you much more data. More than I could use. that's why I use 3 but this might help some peoples.
    ihatebingo

    no chance im going with these this is freezing your phone will run like a … no chance im going with these this is freezing your phone will run like a snail i want fast 4g and ee is the only way cold



    Do you know whose MVNO ASDA are?
    delboyd

    Do you know whose MVNO ASDA are?


    no and i dont want to know i get my groceries from asda.and this isnt a post for buying tomatoes
    delboyd

    Do you know whose MVNO ASDA are?



    EE
    ihatebingo

    no and i dont want to know i get my groceries from asda.and this isnt a … no and i dont want to know i get my groceries from asda.and this isnt a post for buying tomatoes



    Pahahaha. ASDA run on EE.

    Throttled slightly, I'd guess, but still EE...

    michaelrussell1

    EE



    Was asking rhetorically, the chap doesn't seem to realise he's criticising the company he's praising...
    Edited by: "delboyd" 3rd Apr 2017
    delboyd

    Pahahaha. ASDA run on EE. Throttled slightly, I'd guess, but still … Pahahaha. ASDA run on EE. Throttled slightly, I'd guess, but still EE...Was asking rhetorically, the chap doesn't seem to realise he's criticising the company he's praising...


    if they do run on ee as your stated trust me and ill bet all the tea in china it will not be the speeds that i get im on the highest speeds available.and many of these posts where other companys use major brands signal its not the same you get a cheapy version thats useless
    ihatebingo

    if they do run on ee as your stated trust me and ill bet all the tea in … if they do run on ee as your stated trust me and ill bet all the tea in china it will not be the speeds that i get im on the highest speeds available.and many of these posts where other companys use major brands signal its not the same you get a cheapy version thats useless



    Yeah, granted. It won't be as fast as the flagship Max plans. I know what you're saying - I have an unthrottled plan on EE and have had up to 250Mbps on 4G+, which you'd never get on an MVNO.

    What I'm saying is, they're still running on the biggest and fastest network in the UK, so it won't be that bad
    delboyd

    Yeah, granted. It won't be as fast as the flagship Max plans. I know what … Yeah, granted. It won't be as fast as the flagship Max plans. I know what you're saying - I have an unthrottled plan on EE and have had up to 250Mbps on 4G+, which you'd never get on an MVNO.What I'm saying is, they're still running on the biggest and fastest network in the UK, so it won't be that bad


    buy it then and report back to me when you can only get 2g and your line is really crackly
    ihatebingo

    buy it then and report back to me when you can only get 2g and your line … buy it then and report back to me when you can only get 2g and your line is really crackly



    Interesting... How do you believe EE are going to throttle me to 2G only when 2G and 4G use the same frequencies in most cases?!
    delboyd

    Interesting... How do you believe EE are going to throttle me to 2G only … Interesting... How do you believe EE are going to throttle me to 2G only when 2G and 4G use the same frequencies in most cases?!


    you even commented yourself that they will use the signal however it will be restricted.did you not
    Just to confirm, the 2GB still applies even after June right? So long as the sim is bought and activated before the offer ends?
    ihatebingo

    you even commented yourself that they will use the signal however it will … you even commented yourself that they will use the signal however it will be restricted.did you not



    I haven't a clue in the slightest, but given OfCom's tightening up lately I think it would be in breach of several regulations to not allow ASDA customers access to at least EE's most basic tier (30Mbps).
    Banned
    patcho

    ​You'd be better off with a 3 data reward sim.inanycase this offer g … ​You'd be better off with a 3 data reward sim.inanycase this offer gives you much more data. More than I could use. that's why I use 3 but this might help some peoples.


    How much does it cost, how does it work?
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    HasnainMajeed

    How much does it cost, how does it work?



    It's the same as the 123 SIM but with 200mb free every month. No voice mail tho if that's something you need

    hotukdeals.com/dea…990
    HasnainMajeed

    How much does it cost, how does it work?



    ​data reward 3 sim gives you 200mb data every month for free.
    Banned
    patcho

    It's the same as the 123 SIM but with 200mb free every month. No voice … It's the same as the 123 SIM but with 200mb free every month. No voice mail tho if that's something you need http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/three-data-reward-sim-now-free-with-200mb-free-every-month-no-topup-required-2430990


    Im currently on normal 3 payg, would i be able to transfer my number or would i have to port it to a different provider then port it back?
    No 4G with Plusnet..
    Dusty

    No 4G with Plusnet..



    Maybe your handset isn't 4G capable
    Dusty

    No 4G with Plusnet..



    Really ? I'm with Plusnet and I have a 4G signal, with typical for an MVNO 25 to 35Mbps download speeds, sometimes, on a good day I can get up to 50Mbps, it just seems to depend on time of day, and where I am geographically. YMMV of course.
    It was about time Asda mobile released 4G even though their 3G services were still fast enough
    All we need to wait for now is Giffgaff to fix their ridiculous 4G Speeds
    Asda has a crap reception. Their masts are located on top of their superstores, and have a range of about 3 miles. I don't live that close to Asda and wouldnt want to be driving towards the store just to make a quick call..

    Goes without saying that I'm voting this C...

    Kindest regards
    Edited by: "firstofficer" 3rd Apr 2017
    firstofficer

    Asda has a crap reception. Their masts are located on top of their … Asda has a crap reception. Their masts are located on top of their superstores, and have a range of about 3 miles. I don't live that close to Asda and wouldnt want to be driving towards the store just to make a quick call.. Goes without saying that I'm voting this C... Kindest regards



    Asda is a MVNO network. It uses EE coverage/masts.
    Inyxzee

    All we need to wait for now is Giffgaff to fix their ridiculous 4G Speeds



    ​This is why I left GiffGaff 2 years ago, I was getting 10% of the 4G speed that my colleague on O2 "proper" was getting, same phone sat in the same place in the centre of a big city.
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    firstofficer

    Asda has a crap reception. Their masts are located on top of their … Asda has a crap reception. Their masts are located on top of their superstores, and have a range of about 3 miles. I don't live that close to Asda and wouldnt want to be driving towards the store just to make a quick call.. Goes without saying that I'm voting this C... Kindest regards



    ​hehe what a div.
    firstofficer

    Asda has a crap reception. Their masts are located on top of their … Asda has a crap reception. Their masts are located on top of their superstores, and have a range of about 3 miles. I don't live that close to Asda and wouldnt want to be driving towards the store just to make a quick call.. Goes without saying that I'm voting this C... Kindest regards



    Is this a joke?
    tomj17

    Is this a joke?



    Probably. This blokes a joke. Seems to be trolling on threads and saying silly things to get a reaction. Then he puts kindest regards below every comment. Best ignored if you come across him again.
    Edited by: "katestewart9279" 4th Apr 2017
    morgie

    Thanks for mentioning that. I'm considering the PlusNet mobile 1GB, 250 … Thanks for mentioning that. I'm considering the PlusNet mobile 1GB, 250 mins, 500 text for £5, but will compare to ID mobile.If anyone has experience of TalkTalk mobile and/or PlusNet mobile and would mind taking a look at my post here I'd appreciate it.



    TalkMobile were dreadful with hardly any signal during my travels (Vodafone network). Plusnet are superb. Been with them since last year. Great EE 3G speeds and 2G in remote areas, where iD wouldn't have any signal. Their mobile customer service (not broadband) was very good as well.
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