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BT customers: Mobile SIM Card, 200min, 500Mb, unlimited texts. £5 x 12 = £60 (but if £35 Quidco & £30 Itunes/Amazon voucher are successful then a net minus £5 !
BT customers: Mobile SIM Card, 200min, 500Mb, unlimited texts. £5 x 12 = £60 (but if £35 Quidco & £30 Itunes/Amazon voucher are successful then a net minus £5 !

BT customers: Mobile SIM Card, 200min, 500Mb, unlimited texts. £5 x 12 = £60 (but if £35 Quidco & £30 Itunes/Amazon voucher are successful then a net minus £5 !

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This sounds too good to be true and is dependent on Quidco and BT voucher paying out otherwise still not bad at £5/m
Quidco rates have updated today. Now £35 for all BT sim only plans.
ITunes Amazon voucher has to be claimed by you from BT (but you cannot claim until 14 days after activation).

The £8 Sim only Plan with higher allowances works out at a net £1 over the 12months if £35 Quidco and £60 Itune/Amazon voucher pay out

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not seeing the £5 offer only £10
think £5 must be if you have bt broadband
Edited by: "kim9973" 28th Dec 2016

But only if you stay with BT. These sims should be purchased within days of a new Broadband contract unless you intend to pay inflated broadband charges after 12 months. If you leave BT after 12 months the sim discount expires.

Any ideas what deals BT provide at month 13 for broadband?

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Common Sense

But only if you stay with BT. These sims should be purchased within days … But only if you stay with BT. These sims should be purchased within days of a new Broadband contract unless you intend to pay inflated broadband charges after 12 months. If you leave BT after 12 months the sim discount expires.Any ideas what deals BT provide at month 13 for broadband?


BT customer services told me the sim contract is for 12 months and monthly cost will not increase even if you leave their broadband service.

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Thermal Rider

BT customer services told me the sim contract is for 12 months and … BT customer services told me the sim contract is for 12 months and monthly cost will not increase even if you leave their broadband service.


Have you got that in writing?

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Zontes

Have you got that in writing?


Only verbally

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Thermal Rider

Only verbally


Reason I asked is because my wife and I both got verbally screwed by Vodafone on renewal of contract last year. Should have taken them to the ombudsman but I lost the will to live after hours on the phone. So now, unless I see an offer in black and white with my name attached to it, I just walk.

Ok so where do the Amazon voucher come from ?

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Zontes

Reason I asked is because my wife and I both got verbally screwed by … Reason I asked is because my wife and I both got verbally screwed by Vodafone on renewal of contract last year. Should have taken them to the ombudsman but I lost the will to live after hours on the phone. So now, unless I see an offer in black and white with my name attached to it, I just walk.


I have found it in writing, I hope this helps.
If you are a BT Mobile customer, then your BT Mobile contract is treated separately from any other BT products or services. Recontracting or upgrading your BT Mobile service with BT will not cause any changes to the contract end date for any of your other BT products or services.

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Thermal Rider

I have found it in writing If you are a BT Mobile customer, then your BT … I have found it in writing If you are a BT Mobile customer, then your BT Mobile contract is treated separately from any other BT products or services. Recontracting or upgrading your BT Mobile service with BT will not cause any changes to the contract end date for any of your other BT products or services.


Thanks, look good.

Thermal Rider

I have found it in writing If you are a BT Mobile customer, then your BT … I have found it in writing If you are a BT Mobile customer, then your BT Mobile contract is treated separately from any other BT products or services. Recontracting or upgrading your BT Mobile service with BT will not cause any changes to the contract end date for any of your other BT products or services.



Correct, the cost stays the same at £10 a month. But you get a £5 discount for having BT Broadband making it £5 a month as you quote. This discount is removed when you end your broadband contract. The sim contract is the same price £10 a month, but as you lose the £5 discount you will pay £10 a month. Removing the £5 broadband discount does not change the mobile contract cost, which remains £10 a month.

This has been discussed on various threads and confirmed by those who cancelled their Broadband contract.



whydoiwastemytimehere

Ok so where do the Amazon voucher come from ?


You claim it from BT. Make sure you take screen dumps of all the screens when you claim as BT often say you didn't apply and reject your claim.
Been arguing for 9 months over one voucher. I will leave BT when the 12 months is up.

How long does it take for quidco to track?

Nice deal. Tempting.

are you treated as a new customer and quidco will track even if you are already a broadband customer?

Quidco is only £20 on the £5 SIM only tariff atm

Quidco is only £20 on the £5 SIM only tariff atm

Quidco is only £20 on the £5 SIM only tariff atm

Isn't giffgaff basic goody bag the same price with equal data and call mins? Why bother with BT?

don't trust quidco. it turns the cashback to only £10 after a while and it's too late for you to cancel as it pasts 14 days by then

i did this through topcashback and it tacked very quickly and paid out within weeks even I was amazed!!

When cancelling my BT broadband I was told I would lose the £5 per month discount I'm getting on my granddaughters sim. So I cancelled that as well.

I'm looking for a four sim deal with or without broadband. They didn't care. Btw. ACR call recording app is invaluable dealing with these shysters. I include Three, BT broadband and BT mobile and O2 in that. Tesco mobile were relatively simple to deal with
Edited by: "bfreesun" 29th Dec 2016

they are all lying ***** - even when you do it via online chat they deny it and even when you send it them they ignore it. Bt was a nightmare when i swapped from talktalk. I have the sim and it will go up to full price if i change my broadband to someone else, something else to throw in the calculation when comparing now shhheeeshh

I would like to add, from personal experience, many years ago I signed up for unlimited data and when I used it streaming movies one afternoon when I got locked out, I recieved a £200 phone bill which was removed from my account despite opposition! The reason given was fair use policy and a sub clause of the contract where the actual limit was 500mb
After this and many costly calls to customer service, I decided to give up- so I hope this lesson will help someone else- as I have found BT's customer service to be painfully unhelpful and would advise anyone else to just not go near Bt for anything! , unless they like dealing with beurocratic organisations!

I would like to add, from personal experience, many years ago I signed up for unlimited data and when I used it streaming movies one afternoon when I got locked out, I recieved a £200 phone bill which was removed from my account despite opposition! The reason given was fair use policy and a sub clause of the contract where the actual limit was 500mb
After this and many costly calls to customer service, I decided to give up- so I hope this lesson will help someone else- as I have found BT's customer service to be painfully unhelpful and would advise anyone else to just not go near Bt for anything! , unless they like dealing with beurocratic organisations!

http://store.virginmedia.com/virgin-media-mobile/sim-only/pay-monthly-sim.html
If this is any good for some people, no need for any other VM services.
virgin mobile £6.00 pm for 300 mins, unlimited texts, 600 mb data if signed before 31st Jan 2017.
Edited by: "hunsbury0" 29th Dec 2016

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hunsbury0

http://store.virginmedia.com/virgin-media-mobile/sim-only/pay-monthly-sim.htmlIf this is any good for some people, no need for any other VM services.virgin mobile £6.00 pm for 300 mins, unlimited texts, 600 mb data if signed before 31st Jan 2017.


I refer you to this post for the Virgin deal you mention, £3 (though 300mb data) by phoning http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/virgin-mobile-4g-300min-ulmtd-txt-600mb-data-was-300-30-day-contract-data-roll-over-2579056?p=29692156
Ps. It's the deal I went for myself over the BT, because it's only a 30 day contract and not reliant on cashback.


I got Infiniti One for £10 per month plus £18 line rental and four sims with 2gb and 500 minutes for £29 today

never had the issue with BT customer service, I do believe its depends on operators! I do agree that you find lazy **** or who dont give a **** in any company.
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