Bt BroadBand customers. Bt Sim only 3GB unlimited minutes/texts £9 per month with £55 Itunes/Amazon
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Bt BroadBand customers. Bt Sim only 3GB unlimited minutes/texts £9 per month with £55 Itunes/Amazon

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Found 3rd Nov
Like many others i missed the Virgin £4 a month deal, but have found the above deal through Uswitch.

If treating Voucher as cash it works out at £53 for whole year or £4.41 a month.

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I have 3 very genuine reasons to say Do Not Buy: 1. BT will not let you set a cap at the GB you have signed up for, e.g. 3 GB and no more. If you go over, the minimum monthly spend cap is an EXTRA £5 per month. 2. When you go over, the charge is 10p a MB which means 1GB extra usage totals a whopping £102.40! 3. When you set up the account, buried way down in the email is the default monthly spend cap is initially set at £40.00. That means the first mistake you make could result in an extra £40 charge that month and you could well be into going over in the next month before you spot the charge. OUTRAGEOUS to do business this way. I repeat Do Not Buy.
Edited by: "davelfc" 3rd Nov

This price is only valid if you have BT Broadband already, correct?

Original Poster

Apologies yes this price for broadband customers would be £5 a month more for non BB customers so not a great deal for them

Thankyou, nice deal

People still getting the sim you just need a payasyougo virgin sim or get them to call you back. Depends on how much you want it really
Edited by: "Anon32" 3rd Nov

smithers19814 h, 33 m ago

Apologies yes this price for broadband customers would be £5 a month more …Apologies yes this price for broadband customers would be £5 a month more for non BB customers so not a great deal for them



I believe you don't have to be a broadband customer to get the reduction . However you do need to reside at an address that has BT broadband so back to my parents house I go (for the cheap sim) . Billing can be kept separate to main Household BT bill.

Prices seem to have risen this month on BT. Last month you could get 20GB unlim min/txt for £16 with cashback & a voucher. Now It's 15GB for £22. The old HUKD time machine would come in handy!

matth518212 h, 17 m ago

Prices seem to have risen this month on BT. Last month you could get 20GB …Prices seem to have risen this month on BT. Last month you could get 20GB unlim min/txt for £16 with cashback & a voucher. Now It's 15GB for £22. The old HUKD time machine would come in handy!


Just wait - they keep switching between different offers. It also depends on which route you take into their site - it is hard to keep up!

My BT broadband is up in Jan - if I sign up now will they honour the price for the whole duration?
Edited by: "Sid.Harper" 5th Nov

I've just received the final Quidco payment from the 3 SIM deals I took using this post about 2 months ago.
I got £95 Amazon and £55 Quidco on the 20Gb deal at £16pcm, plus 2 x £45 Amazon and £30 Quidco for the two smaller data plans. Family phone deals for the year at a fraction of the price.
Edited by: "WhenSkiesAreGrey" 11th Nov

Sid.Harper5th Nov

My BT broadband is up in Jan - if I sign up now will they honour the price …My BT broadband is up in Jan - if I sign up now will they honour the price for the whole duration?


Don't think so. They tell you that prices can increase during the contract when you sign up.

WhenSkiesAreGrey35 m ago

Don't think so. They tell you that prices can increase during the contract …Don't think so. They tell you that prices can increase during the contract when you sign up.


Thought As much. Looking to ditch BT broadband as you probably inferred from my post. That said BT mobile, which I have now, sucks. Looking to take up the three deals.

davelfc3rd Nov

Someone doesn't like itI have 3 very genuine reasons to say Do Not Buy: 1. …Someone doesn't like itI have 3 very genuine reasons to say Do Not Buy: 1. BT will not let you set a cap at the GB you have signed up for, e.g. 3 GB and no more. If you go over, the minimum monthly spend cap is an EXTRA £5 per month. 2. When you go over, the charge is 10p a MB which means 1GB extra usage totals a whopping £102.40! 3. When you set up the account, buried way down in the email is the default monthly spend cap is initially set at £40.00. That means the first mistake you make could result in an extra £40 charge that month and you could well be into going over in the next month before you spot the charge. OUTRAGEOUS to do business this way. I repeat Do Not Buy.


How is it outrageous? I thought people like to control their own lives. I think its outrageous that you think BT should check for you. I agree a cap is good but if you cannot be bothered to check your data and if you know you are going to use much more then you should go to the much higher plan then you have deliberately mislead yourself, now that is outrageous
Edited by: "Anon32" 14th Nov
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