BT MOBILE -£21 a month (£252 term) for 15gb +£90 amazon gift card-total £13.50 a month (Possible £42 cashback)
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BT MOBILE -£21 a month (£252 term) for 15gb +£90 amazon gift card-total £13.50 a month (Possible £42 cashback)

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Found 28th Oct 2016
£21 a month for 12 month contract which includes ultd text,ultd minutes and 15gb 4G data...A £90 voucher is included bringing total cost to £13.50 a month (Should be able to sell amazon voucher for £80-85)

For bt customers the package works out as £16 a month with a gift card

£42 cashback via topcashback(quidco seems to have more refusals)

7 day offer starting 00:00 today

"FREE BT SPORT...From August 18 (2016) if you order our BT Mobile 15GB plan (previously 20GB plan) you can sign up for free BT Sport on your mobile. "

Also free use of bt wifi hotspots and bt fon.

Now £70 cashback via topcashback and £5/ month discount for BT Broadband customers. Potentially £16 x 12 = £192 minus £70 tcb and £90 amazon = £32 a year, £2.67 a month
- dandavies5

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if you're a bt customer already with broadband it's £16 a month and top cashback are offering £73.50 on the 15gb deal

£192 for the year -£90-£73.50=£28.50 great deal

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louisbutler92

£192 for the year -£90-£73.50=£28.50 great deal



quidco has more recent denied cashback reviews so id be extra careful with quidco

BT mobile stinks

j2hot

BT mobile stinks



​Do expand!? I'm on EE PAYG, would I notice any difference?

I'm interested in this for DD who is currently on Virgin mobile. Would be grateful if j2hot could give more details on his experience with BT?

BungalowBill

​Do expand!? I'm on EE PAYG, would I notice any difference?



​Some have said BT 4g speeds are slower than EE but I've seen no hard evidence of that, other than that you'd not notice a difference at all same masts, network etc

Bit of googling suggests EE offer double rate 4G which I think you have to pay BT a supplement for, but I wonder if when they fully absorb EE that will be thrown in?

I have bt mobile. it has been superb from day 1. Could not recommend it enough

Once you get your "things" up and running from BT you rarely have any issues.

It is the ordering and the shambolic customer service that is the issue with BT.

Touch wood, never had anything go majorily wrong with any bt service. The problems with BT start when you do have issues as their monolithic customer service is akin to 1970s UK.
Edited by: "lord_nicol" 28th Oct 2016

lord_nicol

I have bt mobile. it has been superb from day 1. Could not recommend it … I have bt mobile. it has been superb from day 1. Could not recommend it enoughOnce you get your "things" up and running from BT you rarely have any issues.It is the ordering and the shambolic customer service that is the issue with BT.Touch wood, never had anything go majorily wrong with any bt service. The problems with BT start when you do have issues as their monolithic customer service is akin to 1970s UK.



So so true! I ordered fibre with them and my mum went on BT basic pain in the **** but once all fixed no problems at all! Paid out wrong amount for cash back though but even if i can't get any more out of them still works out at £17 a month less than their standard line rental!

At least most customer service is in the UK now so you can understand what the other person is banging on about!

Remember BT own EE wouldn't surprise me if EE is renamed BT Mobile must cost more for two billing systems and branding just a matter of time now

I'm with BT for mobile and broadband as got some smashing deals. Will be shopping around in March but I have had zero issues and managed cashback plus gift cards.

Hang on £16 a month = £192 - TCB £73.50 - £90 voucher = £163.50

£192 - £163.50 = £28.50 for the year effective cost is £2.375 thats an absolute bargain!

But will be a pain to get tcb and voucher but worth it if you can be bothered with the archaic 1970's customer services
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