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Posted 17th JunAvailable: National

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I recently bought a SIM Only deal with BT Mobile - 20GB for £20 and i checked my upgrade offers and there was 200GB for £25 - Silly not too for £5 extra.

The upgrade hasn’t changed my Contract length of 12 months

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I've just upgraded to the 200GB plan too but I'm only paying £20 a month. I didn't even have to extend my contract either
gazm199017/06/2019 21:54

I've just upgraded to the 200GB plan too but I'm only paying £20 a month. …I've just upgraded to the 200GB plan too but I'm only paying £20 a month. I didn't even have to extend my contract either


Im not a BT Broadband Customer??
markymark3817/06/2019 21:55

Im not a BT Broadband Customer??


Ah I see that's why you'll be paying the £5 extra a month then. Still a mighty good deal for all that data. I don't really see the advantage of being on EE rather than BT when the coverage is the same and BT have voLTE and WiFi calling too.
gazm199017/06/2019 21:57

Ah I see that's why you'll be paying the £5 extra a month then. Still a …Ah I see that's why you'll be paying the £5 extra a month then. Still a mighty good deal for all that data. I don't really see the advantage of being on EE rather than BT when the coverage is the same and BT have voLTE and WiFi calling too.


Are you saying EE doesn’t have Wi-fi calling because it does?
gazm199017/06/2019 21:57

Ah I see that's why you'll be paying the £5 extra a month then. Still a …Ah I see that's why you'll be paying the £5 extra a month then. Still a mighty good deal for all that data. I don't really see the advantage of being on EE rather than BT when the coverage is the same and BT have voLTE and WiFi calling too.


Also as a third party user you will be the first to experience slow down in speeds and poor connection. Especially in built up areas. But if your happy with the service you get the price is great. Just not sure it’s for where I am
y_am_I_buying_this17/06/2019 21:57

Are you saying EE doesn’t have Wi-fi calling because it does?


No I'm just saying that EE SIM only prices are more expensive than BT sim only prices and you don't appear to be getting any advantages for the extra money
y_am_I_buying_this17/06/2019 21:58

Also as a third party user you will be the first to experience slow down …Also as a third party user you will be the first to experience slow down in speeds and poor connection. Especially in built up areas. But if your happy with the service you get the price is great. Just not sure it’s for where I am


Since BT actually own EE I doubt they'll slow BT mobile customers down any more than EE customers
Was paying £16 for 20GB (with broadband discount) , just swapped to £15 for 50GB with no contract. Heat from me.
Would the unlimited dead for 3 be better for £20 a month? Depends on your area I guess
Yeah BT is not third party lol, its their network
markymark3817/06/2019 21:55

Im not a BT Broadband Customer??


Did you just ask yourself a question...
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NeoSphere17/06/2019 22:33

Yeah BT is not third party lol, its their network


well, It's EE's network and BT own EE
ShamWow18/06/2019 00:27

well, It's EE's network and BT own EE


Well I think ee and bt customer would have more advantage than virgin or any other mvno who uses ee's (or bt's) network infrastructure
gazm199017/06/2019 22:02

Since BT actually own EE I doubt they'll slow BT mobile customers down any …Since BT actually own EE I doubt they'll slow BT mobile customers down any more than EE customers


It doesn’t matter if they own them they are still a separate company. Ee can’t slow down one and not the other. If they did then I’m pretty sure they’d be taken to court but Ofcom or whoever deals with mobile telecommunications
Do you have to already have a sim with bt to get the extra GB of data? As I can’t see these plans on their web page?
y_am_I_buying_this18/06/2019 06:14

It doesn’t matter if they own them they are still a separate company. Ee c …It doesn’t matter if they own them they are still a separate company. Ee can’t slow down one and not the other. If they did then I’m pretty sure they’d be taken to court but Ofcom or whoever deals with mobile telecommunications


They can it down to the commercial agreement they come to create between each other. On some virtual networks they do not get the full spectrum that parent network has available ie only can use 3g not 4g .
Simoncarpes18/06/2019 08:20

Do you have to already have a sim with bt to get the extra GB of data? As …Do you have to already have a sim with bt to get the extra GB of data? As I can’t see these plans on their web page?


Yes these are retentions deals
y_am_I_buying_this18/06/2019 06:14

It doesn’t matter if they own them they are still a separate company. Ee c …It doesn’t matter if they own them they are still a separate company. Ee can’t slow down one and not the other. If they did then I’m pretty sure they’d be taken to court but Ofcom or whoever deals with mobile telecommunications


Was going to look at a site but not one I was looking for but might be simpler

en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…ors

This shows all the virtual networks and just a glance look at ones that EE/three who provide the backbone but do not give 4g, hence in some situations provide worse coverage and speed
for the last 2 years BT sim only deals cost me nothing.
E.G I have 2x £15pcm for unlimited calls, TXT and 50GB of data + extra speed. I got £100 voucher from BT and got £80 TCB per each sim

these sims are now up to be renewed again next month so keeping my eye open for this. but have not see anything close. i do not see any option in my BT home page to update to £20 for 200GB
as i have BT broadband plus I get 2x the data so wonder if £20 for 200GB would mean it would then be 400Gb for £20
Edited by: "Mackan" 18th Jun
Mackan18/06/2019 08:39

for the last 2 years BT sim only deals cost me nothing. E.G I have 2x …for the last 2 years BT sim only deals cost me nothing. E.G I have 2x £15pcm for unlimited calls, TXT and 50GB of data + extra speed. I got £100 voucher from BT and got £80 TCB per each simthese sims are now up to be renewed again next month so keeping my eye open for this. but have not see anything close. i do not see any option in my BT home page to update to £20 for 200GB as i have BT broadband plus I get 2x the data so wonder if £20 for 200GB would mean it would then be 400Gb for £20


It would indeed be 400gb but 200gb is not for "new connections" up earlier was link to 200gb deal
On my account it says a 12 month minimum term applies for the 200gb deal so does that mean I'd be in contract for the next 12 months from now does anyone know please? On the 100gb deal it says maintains existing contract however iv been out of contract with bt for the last year and a half anyway.
iceburnmarko18/06/2019 08:31

Was going to look at a site but not one I was looking for but might be …Was going to look at a site but not one I was looking for but might be simplerhttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_Kingdom_mobile_virtual_network_operatorsThis shows all the virtual networks and just a glance look at ones that EE/three who provide the backbone but do not give 4g, hence in some situations provide worse coverage and speed


What’s ur point??? The fact is ee will always allow ee customers first use of the network and speed.
iceburnmarko18/06/2019 08:23

They can it down to the commercial agreement they come to create between …They can it down to the commercial agreement they come to create between each other. On some virtual networks they do not get the full spectrum that parent network has available ie only can use 3g not 4g .


I’m lost at what ur point is. No matter what agreement there is I can 100% guarantee bt customers will be affected before ee customers.
y_am_I_buying_this18/06/2019 11:35

I’m lost at what ur point is. No matter what agreement there is I can 100% …I’m lost at what ur point is. No matter what agreement there is I can 100% guarantee bt customers will be affected before ee customers.


You sound like a bitter EE customer who doesn't want to accept the fact that they're paying more money for the same service that you'd get from BT.
gazm199018/06/2019 15:38

You sound like a bitter EE customer who doesn't want to accept the fact …You sound like a bitter EE customer who doesn't want to accept the fact that they're paying more money for the same service that you'd get from BT.


I’m not bitter. Could leave ee whenever I want. But like the fact I get a great service
y_am_I_buying_this18/06/2019 11:35

I’m lost at what ur point is. No matter what agreement there is I can 100% …I’m lost at what ur point is. No matter what agreement there is I can 100% guarantee bt customers will be affected before ee customers.



You sound like a little bitter also you can not guarantee 100% cause you not In charge of ee and bt. BT is EE, they brought them.

But go back to you what your point.

y_am_I_buying_this:

It doesn’t matter if they own them they are still a separate company. Ee can’t slow down one and not the other. If they did then I’m pretty sure they’d be taken to court but Ofcom or whoever deals with mobile telecommunications

That what the reply to. You saying can not slow down say virgin but not BT but that link tells you otherwise.
y_am_I_buying_this18/06/2019 11:35

I’m lost at what ur point is. No matter what agreement there is I can 100% …I’m lost at what ur point is. No matter what agreement there is I can 100% guarantee bt customers will be affected before ee customers.


Oh one thing at elton John concert in Cardiff my three, Vodafone, sky, and BT stay up longer than EE , so much for 100% guarantee. So better get that service agreement level claim submitted
iceburnmarko19/06/2019 08:45

Oh one thing at elton John concert in Cardiff my three, Vodafone, sky, and …Oh one thing at elton John concert in Cardiff my three, Vodafone, sky, and BT stay up longer than EE , so much for 100% guarantee. So better get that service agreement level claim submitted


Yawn
y_am_I_buying_this19/06/2019 09:13

Yawn


Yes just like you when you were proven wrong with your statement that EE can not give inferior product to some of their virtual customers. Yet they doing just that with for example white telecom has no access to 4g nor wifi calling whilst others do. So to answer the question to your username "why am I buying this" its cause you do not know what you buying and than live in denial.
iceburnmarko19/06/2019 09:23

Yes just like you when you were proven wrong with your statement that EE …Yes just like you when you were proven wrong with your statement that EE can not give inferior product to some of their virtual customers. Yet they doing just that with for example white telecom has no access to 4g nor wifi calling whilst others do. So to answer the question to your username "why am I buying this" its cause you do not know what you buying and than live in denial.


Haha I wasn’t proven wrong. Just because ee provides 4g to someone doesn’t mean that they still give them max speed I don’t know how that proved me wrong. But whatever. Now if you could just bore off and leave me alone that would be great.
y_am_I_buying_this19/06/2019 10:55

Haha I wasn’t proven wrong. Just because ee provides 4g to someone doesn’t …Haha I wasn’t proven wrong. Just because ee provides 4g to someone doesn’t mean that they still give them max speed I don’t know how that proved me wrong. But whatever. Now if you could just bore off and leave me alone that would be great.


Cause they "don't" provide all with 4g. Now you stop it you said ee don't give ppl different speed, otherwise Ofcom would have something to say, now you saying and quote above "doesn't mean that they still give them max speed."

So now you just bore off and shut up what you obviously do not know what you talking about.

And by the way I just did a speed test on ee and bt and both in 75Mbs range.
gazm199017/06/2019 21:54

I've just upgraded to the 200GB plan too but I'm only paying £20 a month. …I've just upgraded to the 200GB plan too but I'm only paying £20 a month. I didn't even have to extend my contract either


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