BT Mobile Sim unlimited texts/ calls with 20GB data (£11.67pm with Quidco)
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BT Mobile Sim unlimited texts/ calls with 20GB data (£11.67pm with Quidco)

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Found 20th May 2015
BT mobile 20GB data sim only plan includes unlimited BT Wifi and access to BT Sport. For BT customers works out at £11.66 per month after £100 quidco cashback which is currently available. BT use EE 4G. Absolute steal.
The £100 quidco expires soon. 12 month contract

NOW WITH £105 CASHBACK THROUGH TOP CASHBACK
- marcosgilson

156 Comments

New talk talk sim is £12 unlimited everything

littlehoneyz

New talk talk sim is £12 unlimited everything



Not 4G though, right?

littlehoneyz

New talk talk sim is £12 unlimited everything


No 4G, No BT Sport and No BT Wifi. And Talk Talk uses O2 who are dire, apart from that they are similar

Hot, Very Good Deal

Brilliant find... Quidco makes this incredible ... Shame about no tethering though

This or three?

danknott5445

This or three?


This. Hot

Quidco is not guaranteed please quote full price as well

£5/month more for non BT customers.

Talk talk in my area can only offer 2g otherwise I would have gone with them from the £20 all unlimited with giffgaff payg

talktalk don't use o2

Heat!

Added a extra sim to my new set up BT account, roll on 3/6 for my phone & broadband connection



Talk Talk use Voda 3G but were meant to be moving to o2 for 4G, no doubt it will get better deals if 3 buy o2 given TT and CPW will both be buying 3, CPW iD is already using 3.

Title needs to mention existing customers only, or add the £5 charge for non BT customers

Bear in mind - no tethering on BT mobile.

marcosgilson

No 4G, No BT Sport and No BT Wifi. And Talk Talk uses O2 who are dire, … No 4G, No BT Sport and No BT Wifi. And Talk Talk uses O2 who are dire, apart from that they are similar




They haven't switched to o2, they are currently using vodafone.

I was looking at this because i want to bargain down my bt infinity next month but was worried about losing bt sport on sky platform. But if you had this deal that wouldn't be a problem. But my question that i haven't found the answer to. Is if i cancelled my infinity but signed up to this now and went to say plus net would i then lose the discount on the 12 month contract. Any help appreciated

mivanpy

I was looking at this because i want to bargain down my bt infinity next … I was looking at this because i want to bargain down my bt infinity next month but was worried about losing bt sport on sky platform. But if you had this deal that wouldn't be a problem. But my question that i haven't found the answer to. Is if i cancelled my infinity but signed up to this now and went to say plus net would i then lose the discount on the 12 month contract. Any help appreciated


Yeah if you cancel BT broadband your plan would go up £5 a month as you lose your associated discount.



My quidco has tracked

seaniboy

Yeah if you cancel BT broadband your plan would go up £5 a month as you … Yeah if you cancel BT broadband your plan would go up £5 a month as you lose your associated discount. My quidco has tracked



Ah OK thanks. Still seems a good deal. Especially if you have only signed up to broadband with bt. Merits heat
Edited by: "mivanpy" 21st May 2015

littlehoneyz

New talk talk sim is £12 unlimited everything


Doesn't include bt sport and runs on crappy vodafone network too.

danknott5445

This or three?

Three but through iD network which runs on three and owned by Carphone Warehouse.

£20/1 month rolling
2000 min
5000 text
Unlimited Data on 4G
Plus capped @£5 automatically
Free roaming to 22 countries or so

whose network BT is using? EE?

Everything2anything

Three but through iD network which runs on three and owned by Carphone … Three but through iD network which runs on three and owned by Carphone Warehouse. £20/1 month rolling 2000 min 5000 textUnlimited Data on 4GPlus capped @£5 automatically Free roaming to 22 countries or so



Can you vouch for iD? I like the prices and am looking to move from giffgaff soon.

littlehoneyz

New talk talk sim is £12 unlimited everything


If you believe that you believe everything.
Edited by: "rodman" 21st May 2015

Need 2 sims, has it tracked twice for anyone?

No tethering though. Not voting either way.

Went for the medium plan of £12 pm 500 mins unlimited texts and 2gb 4g with £70 quidco. Which will work out at £6.16 pm with cashback. The lowest one of 500mb 200mins unlimited texts for £5 pm is with £35 cashback and would work out £2.08 pm

fxytimi

They haven't switched to o2, they are currently using vodafone.




Far far worse then.

I got happy then realised there is no tethering

I signed up to BT but my activation date isn't until 2nd June, hopefully cost of this is still The same. I would need to wait for activation date right?

ID network DOES NOT provide free roaming on that tariff.

Although they say no tethering they are not stopping people from doing so

Three mobile 4G is no where near as good as EE who BT use.

Has anybody tried using tethering on BT mobile?

ceanth

Has anybody tried using tethering on BT mobile?


Yes it works no problems. BT use EE and they don't currently have any technology to prevent it.

marcosgilson

Yes it works no problems. BT use EE and they don't currently have any … Yes it works no problems. BT use EE and they don't currently have any technology to prevent it.




Great! I might go for this but I'll need two contracts, will quidco give me 2 lots of cash back if placed in one order?

suchitmehta7

whose network BT is using? EE?




Yep

EE (BT mobile) 4G is great in my area, although calls are a bit ropey.
I was previously with Vodafoney and all I ever got was H and E.

just served notice on ee as contract was coming to an end and was going to go for this anyway so signing up early to get the cash back is a no brainer. broadband contract is up in September tho so hopefully be able to negotiate a new deal with them to keep the £5 a month discount on this deal. although as long as the cash back tracks I shouldn't be out of pocket if I do need to switch providers

I was thinking of taking up this offer, but decided against it because it's the standard 4G service with BT EE.

Currently, I'm receiving faster speeds with EE (4G+)... BT are only providing standard 4G service (and no tethering service either). Such a shame.
Edited by: "ajavaid92" 21st May 2015

marcosgilson

Yes it works no problems. BT use EE and they don't currently have any … Yes it works no problems. BT use EE and they don't currently have any technology to prevent it.



Tethering is not supported by BT EE.
Edited by: "ajavaid92" 21st May 2015
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