BT Mobile 15GB 4g data and ult mins, texs & wifi. Plus BT Sport for the length of the contract
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BT Mobile 15GB 4g data and ult mins, texs & wifi. Plus BT Sport for the length of the contract

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Found 16th Dec 2017Edited by:"Anon32"
THE ULTIMATE SIM PLAN


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Data 15GB
Minutes Unlimited
Texts Unlimited
BT Wi-fi Unlimited
2856983.jpgGet free BT Sport on your mobile with this plan. Visit bt.com/sportonthego.

£95 off over the 12 months makes £7.91 off making this deal £10.08 a month. For BT Broadband customers. £15.08 for non BT Broadband customers. The 20 gig version is here but have to go through TCB so cashback not guaranteed hotukdeals.com/dea…947
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Anyone know if there’s any restriction on using this in an iPad?
Isn't that for existing by broadband customers only?
Works out at £276 for me
20 gig one here but have to go through TCB hotukdeals.com/dea…947
So cashback wouldn't be guaranteed
Or £216 if I have bt broadband
Sounds good to me. Heat.
It’s £216 but you get a £95 prepaid card off them. £216-£95 = £121.
You can use the card anywhere.
still available - unsure if people expired as people dont understand the £95 card
Can’t you get TCB and the reward card? I remember you can by going via tcb then go to the main BT again and then back to the mobile sim plans page for the reward cards to come up again
Edited by: "jamran" 16th Dec 2017
jamran34 m ago

Can’t you get TCB and the reward card? I remember you can by going via tcb …Can’t you get TCB and the reward card? I remember you can by going via tcb then go to the main BT again and then back to the mobile sim plans page for the reward cards to come up again



I managed to get quidco and the reward card 12 months ago, not sure if it's changed since.
tickedon38 m ago

I managed to get quidco and the reward card 12 months ago, not sure if …I managed to get quidco and the reward card 12 months ago, not sure if it's changed since.



I got it few months back and was paid both the tcb and gift card
Edited by: "jamran" 16th Dec 2017
jamran5 m ago

I got it few months back and was paid both the tcb and gift card


How'd you manage to get that to work?
My third lot of TCB paid today - had the reward card with each of the 3! Also got cancelling the BB & keeping the £5 discount (for how long I'm not sure)!
jnm212 m ago

My third lot of TCB paid today - had the reward card with each of the 3! …My third lot of TCB paid today - had the reward card with each of the 3! Also got cancelling the BB & keeping the £5 discount (for how long I'm not sure)!


As above, how are you managing to get this to work?
jnm214 m ago

My third lot of TCB paid today - had the reward card with each of the 3! …My third lot of TCB paid today - had the reward card with each of the 3! Also got cancelling the BB & keeping the £5 discount (for how long I'm not sure)!


Can you add the info? What would the effective cost be
Junaid2627 m ago

How'd you manage to get that to work?



Go via TCB then top of page go to “buy our products” then navigate back to sim only page. The reward cards prices should come up. Then purchase as normal. It will track
Sorry but not hot for me as I can't have BT broadband where I live.
Smartguy126 m ago

Sorry but not hot for me as I can't have BT broadband where I live.



What’s the relevance of whether u get BT broadband or not where you live?
Edited by: "jamran" 17th Dec 2017
Anon321 h, 5 m ago

Can you add the info? What would the effective cost be


According to topcashback.co.uk/bt-…le/ the 15GB sim only should get £60 (may be the plus member rate). That would knock another £5 a month off IF IT WORKS - good luck to all & merry Christmas!
jnm217 h, 23 m ago

According to https://www.topcashback.co.uk/bt-mobile/ the 15GB sim only …According to https://www.topcashback.co.uk/bt-mobile/ the 15GB sim only should get £60 (may be the plus member rate). That would knock another £5 a month off IF IT WORKS - good luck to all & merry Christmas!



Quidco is £70 for the 15GB SIM
jamran10 h, 52 m ago

What’s the relevance of whether u get BT broadband or not where you live?


I didn't vote cold but the deal has no relevance to me as the cheaper price, i.e. the hot deal at £10.08, is open to existing BT customers only. BT don't supply telephone, broadband or whatever where I live. If this had been open to non existing BT customers then this would have been a hot deal for me as it includes BT sport.
Smartguy137 m ago

I didn't vote cold but the deal has no relevance to me as the cheaper …I didn't vote cold but the deal has no relevance to me as the cheaper price, i.e. the hot deal at £10.08, is open to existing BT customers only. BT don't supply telephone, broadband or whatever where I live. If this had been open to non existing BT customers then this would have been a hot deal for me as it includes BT sport.



I agree, the title really needs to make it clear that it's for existing BT broadband customers only.
Smartguy11 h, 39 m ago

I didn't vote cold but the deal has no relevance to me as the cheaper …I didn't vote cold but the deal has no relevance to me as the cheaper price, i.e. the hot deal at £10.08, is open to existing BT customers only. BT don't supply telephone, broadband or whatever where I live. If this had been open to non existing BT customers then this would have been a hot deal for me as it includes BT sport.


And where the deal is hot for those who can get it & the person viewing it is not selfish, they vote hot...

I do agree that the post should state BT Broadband customers only & further the price per month would be good in the title, plus most importantly the price should be the full price before card as you cannot get the deal without spending the full amount & technically the reward card is not guaranteed (like cashback).
Edited by: "jnm21" 17th Dec 2017
Misleading title, its not £121 , you're not meant to deduct anything like cash back or vouchers from the true cost.
sprouty764 h, 39 m ago

I agree, the title really needs to make it clear that it's for existing BT …I agree, the title really needs to make it clear that it's for existing BT broadband customers only.


It's like the sky deals quoted for new customers only. Great if you can get it. I would love to be able to get the deal posted because that would men I have a BT line which then means I can go to the competition for phone line, broadband etc. Here in Hull KCOM have the monopoly so they can charge what they like as there is no competition. I pay £46.99 for a 75 Mbps fibre. It is a good service. No dropouts. Always get a good download and upload speed. It's got a stupid download limit that I don't get anywhere near and a landline phone that I never use. So never even had the benefit of free BT Sport when it first launched.
whats the best thing to do if you are a existing bt mobile user and looking at renewing?
Half tempted to leave BT then rejoin
b_p4tel4 h, 10 m ago

whats the best thing to do if you are a existing bt mobile user and …whats the best thing to do if you are a existing bt mobile user and looking at renewing?Half tempted to leave BT then rejoin



Get your PAC code, port to a payg sim and port back to the new BT sim.
Been doing this for 2 years now.
Well worth the effort.
This seems like a very good deal "if you're a BT customer".

I think BT are crazy to only apply their deals to customers they already have instead of trying to generate new ones. They are missing out on more custom and profits.

I have been with GiffGaff and a happy customer for several years now however I recently changed office to a new building where I work and reception is terrible so as a result am looking to change to a network with better reception with the only realistic choices being one based on BT's EE network or the 3 network although the latter doesn't have quite as good coverage I know for certain BT-EE has the best were I work and no issues as I have heard many people I work with comment.

I tried Plusnet (also part of BT but cheaper) a few months ago as I have my phone and fiber broadband with them as well. Unfortunately though I could just not get it to work with my iPhone. It didn't pick up the new network despite a lot of troubleshooting with support so I had to cancel within the 14 day cooling off period.

I'd join BT in a heartbeat if they had the same deal for new customers.

That is why I have now been considering Virgin Mobile as an alternative as their 4G service piggybacks on BT's EE network as well and it seems incredibly good value for money although it is a 12 months contract.

The only thing I am wary of is that Virgin did have a few issues recently were their service went down for quite a long time and people couldn't make any calls or anything and this did not effect any of the other companies that also use BT's EE network. I also get the impression that customer service might not be as good.

I may still give it a try though as I really need good reception where I work and there doesn't seem to be anything else that has such low prices sadly. I really wish BT would make their offers available to everyone.
john100012 h, 50 m ago

This seems like a very good deal "if you're a BT customer".I think BT are …This seems like a very good deal "if you're a BT customer".I think BT are crazy to only apply their deals to customers they already have instead of trying to generate new ones. They are missing out on more custom and profits.I have been with GiffGaff and a happy customer for several years now however I recently changed office to a new building where I work and reception is terrible so as a result am looking to change to a network with better reception with the only realistic choices being one based on BT's EE network or the 3 network although the latter doesn't have quite as good coverage I know for certain BT-EE has the best were I work and no issues as I have heard many people I work with comment.I tried Plusnet (also part of BT but cheaper) a few months ago as I have my phone and fiber broadband with them as well. Unfortunately though I could just not get it to work with my iPhone. It didn't pick up the new network despite a lot of troubleshooting with support so I had to cancel within the 14 day cooling off period.I'd join BT in a heartbeat if they had the same deal for new customers.That is why I have now been considering Virgin Mobile as an alternative as their 4G service piggybacks on BT's EE network as well and it seems incredibly good value for money although it is a 12 months contract.The only thing I am wary of is that Virgin did have a few issues recently were their service went down for quite a long time and people couldn't make any calls or anything and this did not effect any of the other companies that also use BT's EE network. I also get the impression that customer service might not be as good.I may still give it a try though as I really need good reception where I work and there doesn't seem to be anything else that has such low prices sadly. I really wish BT would make their offers available to everyone.


I'm not entirely sure what you're talking about as some of the stuff you say doesn't make sense! If plusnet doesn't work with your phone then nor will BT they both use EE which is also owned by BT. If EE is crap then all of its MVNO's will be too.

My wife uses Virgin and she's never had any problems. If it did go down it couldn't have been that long.

Also all BT deals are open to non BT broadband customers you just have tomoay £5 more a month! I think that is a goid way to reward loyalty and plusnet do it too!

I hope you find the answers your looking for
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