BT sim only, 20gb Data, Unlimited minutes & Texts £16 a month (existing customers only) + £95 Gift Card (Equiv £8.08 monthly)
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BT sim only, 20gb Data, Unlimited minutes & Texts £16 a month (existing customers only) + £95 Gift Card (Equiv £8.08 monthly)

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Found 6th Sep 2017
New BT sim only deal.

If you're with BT or not this is cracking deal.

20gb of data.
Unlimited Minutes and Texts.
Plus EU Roaming.
£16 a month for a year + £95 iTunes or Amazon voucher.
Using the £95 to offset the price. Making it £8.08 a month.

If you're not with BT.

Price is £20 a month.

With gift card equivalent to £13.08 monthly.

For non BT customers it's £21 a month.
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    HankHandsome7 m ago

    "Using the £95 to offset the price. Making it £8.08 a month"You can't pay y …"Using the £95 to offset the price. Making it £8.08 a month"You can't pay your phonebill with an Amazon voucher..Cold ..



    Here's a tissue for your cold.
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    Joking aside.

    It's the christmas season coming up and many of us on the forum will use Amazon to purchase gifts for others.
    Meaning the £95 may have been spent on there.

    Alternatively some of us use itunes. I for one pay for iCloud. Which with the iTunes vouchers, offsets that.

    Yes sure. The £95 doesn't go towards the BT sim only cost. But non the less you have £95..
    "Using the £95 to offset the price. Making it £8.08 a month"


    You can't pay your phonebill with an Amazon voucher..


    Cold ..
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    Got this a couple of months ago when the same deal was on (£100 voucher instead). Great deal, heat added!
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    Twill3 m ago

    Got this a couple of months ago when the same deal was on (£100 voucher …Got this a couple of months ago when the same deal was on (£100 voucher instead). Great deal, heat added!



    Such a shame I'm locked into my contract until next year!
    cracking deal. I'm not with bt for broadband but I still managed to get 2 sims (one for the son) with 12gb data each, unlimited mins, unlimited texts and free bt wifi all for £33pm. so that's £16.50 each. Oh and I get a £75 Amazon voucher. I'm using my bt sim now and really impressed with the coverage and signal. BT use the EE network as EE is now owned by BT.
    Edited by: "nazmanchester" 6th Sep 2017
    Any BT Sport angle here? Good deal regardless though.
    shindigger3 m ago

    Any BT Sport angle here? Good deal regardless though.

    Any sim with 6GB plus is eligible for free BT sport
    Original Poster
    nazmanchester3 m ago

    https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/mobile/sport/



    Was just looking for the link! Thanks for finding it
    Not castable. Is that a word? It is now! Shame.
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    shindigger4 m ago

    Not castable. Is that a word? It is now! Shame.



    If you have a HDMI to lightning adapter. You might be able to watch it that way
    If you aren't with BT it is £21 a month not £20.
    "Using the £95 to offset the price. Making it £8.08 a month"


    You can't pay your phonebill with an Amazon voucher..


    Cold ..
    Original Poster
    HankHandsome7 m ago

    "Using the £95 to offset the price. Making it £8.08 a month"You can't pay y …"Using the £95 to offset the price. Making it £8.08 a month"You can't pay your phonebill with an Amazon voucher..Cold ..



    Here's a tissue for your cold.
    31907639-08yiM.jpg
    Joking aside.

    It's the christmas season coming up and many of us on the forum will use Amazon to purchase gifts for others.
    Meaning the £95 may have been spent on there.

    Alternatively some of us use itunes. I for one pay for iCloud. Which with the iTunes vouchers, offsets that.

    Yes sure. The £95 doesn't go towards the BT sim only cost. But non the less you have £95..
    So bad that I just signed up for a Vodafone deal. Customer service aside, EE's signal and coverage is way better in my personal experience.
    What happenens after the year?
    damienace2 m ago

    What happenens after the year?


    Threaten to leave or find another deal and leave
    Interested in this but my BT landline and broadband deal runs out in December and I'll likely move unless they offer me a decent deal to stick around.

    So if I do leave would the cost of the BT mobile go up then?
    damienace7 m ago

    What happenens after the year?


    The contract will renew at the non-discounted price after 12 months, just like most other contracts. Always be aware of your contract end dates and start looking for a new contract a few weeks in advance!
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    goldust1 h, 47 m ago

    Interested in this but my BT landline and broadband deal runs out in …Interested in this but my BT landline and broadband deal runs out in December and I'll likely move unless they offer me a decent deal to stick around.So if I do leave would the cost of the BT mobile go up then?



    If you leave BT Broadband midway. Your price goes up by £5. However you still get to keep the £95 and save £5 a month until December. So it's still worth it

    E.g
    4 months x £16 = 64
    8 months x £21 = 168
    Total = £232 (£19.33 a month)
    - £95 voucher (equiv to £11.41)
    Edited by: "MrMoneySavingExpert" 6th Sep 2017
    My missus is currently with BT mobile and her contract is up 30 days from today... she wants to keep her number so I've ordered a giff gaff sim to port it over to, then will sign up to another BT mobile deal and port the number back. - Has anyone else done this before? Did you get any problems, or are you able to simply transfer from one sim to another (even though they would be the same company)?? Had a cracking deal last time, 600mins, ultd texts and 4gb data for £10 p/m and £70 amazon voucher. I'm wondering if it's worth leaving her on giff gaff for a month or two in hope that a similar deals becomes available...
    Can BT sim use on a locked EE phones?

    Thanks...
    Just signed up, no signal in the downstairs of my house or in my sons workplace even though they state its good. They are sending me a signal assist box for my house and we will see if this helps. cancelling if it doesn't help.
    hellblazer3252 m ago

    If you aren't with BT it is £21 a month not £20.

    it is £20pm each if you take out 2 sims, and you get the £75 Amazon voucher.
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    chrisbluebird16 m ago

    My missus is currently with BT mobile and her contract is up 30 days from …My missus is currently with BT mobile and her contract is up 30 days from today... she wants to keep her number so I've ordered a giff gaff sim to port it over to, then will sign up to another BT mobile deal and port the number back. - Has anyone else done this before? Did you get any problems, or are you able to simply transfer from one sim to another (even though they would be the same company)?? Had a cracking deal last time, 600mins, ultd texts and 4gb data for £10 p/m and £70 amazon voucher. I'm wondering if it's worth leaving her on giff gaff for a month or two in hope that a similar deals becomes available...

    Good question. Never tried
    Original Poster
    ah_heng10 m ago

    Can BT sim use on a locked EE phones?Thanks...

    Yes! As EE and BT are on the same network.
    Just got my PAC from Plusnet as they can`t match the price when taking into account the reward card

    Heat
    quidco?
    I have a question about these mobile providers that piggyback off other providers (such as BT, Virgin etc). Is there any disadvantage being with them rather than the main provider in terms of signal / download speeds etc. Meaning if I had two phones - one with EE sim and one with BT sim would they always be 100% the same or does EE get preferntial treatment in anyway?

    Would really appreciate if someone has specific knowledge on this topic. Thanks
    my mobile contract is with bt and will expire in a week . if i take this one will i be able to keep or transfer my number to this .
    even if i have to port it to another pay as you go network
    any one tried that ?
    Click this box at the bottom of the Quidco page to see the deal (and possibly track £60 cashback!). 31908131-350DR.jpg
    Can you cap the data?
    My current contract expires on 4th October. Does anyone know if there is a time limit to transfer the number to BT mobile new contract? Many thanks.
    MrMoneySavingExpert23 m ago

    Yes! As EE and BT are on the same network.



    Thanks.... That would be fanstastic....
    Anyone know of a plan that's high on data allowance but low on calls?
    Must be on EE (or its affiliates) Thanks
    Original Poster
    hellblazer321 h, 19 m ago

    If you aren't with BT it is £21 a month not £20.



    Yes that's correct. £21 a month
    Original Poster
    jpwjpw31 m ago

    Click this box at the bottom of the Quidco page to see the deal (and …Click this box at the bottom of the Quidco page to see the deal (and possibly track £60 cashback!). [Image]



    Yep clicking on the link takes you to the page with the same deals. So If possible.

    This deal is even cheaper. If you manage to claim quidco. IF of course.

    £16 x 12 - 95 - 60 cashback = £37 a year (Equiv to £3.08 a month..)
    Edited by: "MrMoneySavingExpert" 6th Sep 2017
    jpwjpw26 m ago

    Click this box at the bottom of the Quidco page to see the deal (and …Click this box at the bottom of the Quidco page to see the deal (and possibly track £60 cashback!). [Image]


    Unfortunately the T&C's sate :-
    • Cashback will not be paid in conjunction with any voucher/gift card offer from BT
    What is "equil"?
    Original Poster
    commenter142 m ago

    What is "equil"?



    I made a new word for equivalent

    Should have put v instead of l
    Original Poster
    no_excuse6 m ago

    Unfortunately the T&C's sate :-Cashback will not be paid in conjunction …Unfortunately the T&C's sate :-Cashback will not be paid in conjunction with any voucher/gift card offer from BT



    Always worth a try
    Purchase this when was 100£ amazon voucher:).
    Heads up..if you have poor or bad credit score you can't use FEEL AT HOME in Europe for the first 6 months. I don't know were this is stated or if..but I'm in this position..can't use FEEL AT HOME.. I have fibre from them too but seem that they don't care about it.

    * Forgot to mention..Quidco payed me cashback 80£ for fibre contract and 75£ for sim contract + amazon card and giftcard - 300
    So 455£

    Fibre 28.99£/month
    Sim contract 16£/month
    Edited by: "danflorin3" 6th Sep 2017
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