BT SIMO Offer - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, Unlimited BT Wi-Fi, 20GB 4G Data and £100 iTunes / Amazon Voucher £20 BT Cust / £25 Non BT ( Poss £11.66 after voucher BT Cust / £16.66 Non-BT) @ BT
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BT SIMO Offer - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, Unlimited BT Wi-Fi, 20GB 4G Data and £100 iTunes / Amazon Voucher £20 BT Cust / £25 Non BT ( Poss £11.66 after voucher BT Cust / £16.66 Non-BT) @ BT

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Found 2nd May 2017
Not the simplest deal to explain (hence the mile long title), but bear with me and I'll try my best X)

OK, so BT have a 20GB Sim offer on at the moment for a contract duration of 12 months, scoring you a £100 iTunes / Amazon gift card. If you are a BT Broadband customer already, you can make an extra saving, possibly dropping the plan down to £11.66!

It's also worth noting that should the prices in your contract change during the term, BT will allow you to cancel the contract without additional fees! ( Something that's getting rarer these days...)

Time for Math!

Non BT

25 * 12 = 300 - £100 giftcard = 200 / 12mo = £16.66PM

BT Cust

20 * 12 = 240 -£100 giftcard = 140 / 12mo = £11.66PM!

Also worth mentioning that BT uses EE's network, to give you an idea of what kind of service to expect in your area. You can always check for coverage HERE

And that's it! Hopefully it helps someone


Unfortunately you can't pay your bill with Amazon vouchers or iTunes credits, so this deal's effective monthly cost is on the assumption that you already plan to buy £100 of Amazon/iTunes products in cash, and can set that money aside to pay in to the contract.
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NIgelK

Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect … Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect your monthly bill surely? Only makes your next iTunes/Amazon payment cheaper/free?



the logic of someone saying that getting a £100 vocuher doe s not have any impact because you are paying the same monthly rate in nonsense, i wonder why some people bother making the effort to post deals with the attitute of those that moan and offer little else to the site ! If you are not happy then say thanks but no but to moan at someone that is helping is quite staggering - try offering an alternative and be productive !
TALON1973

so the deal is mostly £16.99 your main title price is slightly … so the deal is mostly £16.99 your main title price is slightly misleading even if explained



the cost is exactly as explained and the reduced figure is for BT customers like me - better just to say nothing than waste folks time or even post something of benefit ! If that was confusing god help the country !
Edited by: "Wondershopper" 2nd May 2017
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so the deal is mostly £16.99 your main title price is slightly misleading even if explained
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TALON1973

so the deal is mostly £16.99 your main title price is slightly … so the deal is mostly £16.99 your main title price is slightly misleading even if explained



All the amounts are listed, as well as explained. I do not see how that could be misleading.
Does this allow tethering and European roaming? I'm trying to compare against Three Advanced Plans
Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect your monthly bill surely? Only makes your next iTunes/Amazon payment cheaper/free?
Great deal
amz84uk

Does this allow tethering and European roaming? I'm trying to compare … Does this allow tethering and European roaming? I'm trying to compare against Three Advanced Plans



​tethering yes, though "not supported". eu coverage yes, but ridiculously expensive
Free Bt sport app on this tariff fam x
NIgelK

Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect … Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect your monthly bill surely? Only makes your next iTunes/Amazon payment cheaper/free?



the logic of someone saying that getting a £100 vocuher doe s not have any impact because you are paying the same monthly rate in nonsense, i wonder why some people bother making the effort to post deals with the attitute of those that moan and offer little else to the site ! If you are not happy then say thanks but no but to moan at someone that is helping is quite staggering - try offering an alternative and be productive !
TALON1973

so the deal is mostly £16.99 your main title price is slightly … so the deal is mostly £16.99 your main title price is slightly misleading even if explained



the cost is exactly as explained and the reduced figure is for BT customers like me - better just to say nothing than waste folks time or even post something of benefit ! If that was confusing god help the country !
Edited by: "Wondershopper" 2nd May 2017
Wondershopper

the cost is exactly as explained and the reduced figure is for BT … the cost is exactly as explained and the reduced figure is for BT customers like me - better just to say nothing than waste folks time or even post something of benefit ! If that was confusing god help the country !



He said misleading, which it is, and not confusing, which it isn't. The voucher has some good added value but not if you wanted a deal for £16 and it's actually £25. But your argument is no-one's allowed to critique it. Next time you'll claim people aren't allowed to vote cold...

The only reason BT give £5 off for existing customers is because they rip you off for line rental vs the others and try to repurpose your router with junk like BT-with-FON then charge other customers for providing WiFi through a link you are paying for.
Wondershopper

the logic of someone saying that getting a £100 vocuher doe s not have … the logic of someone saying that getting a £100 vocuher doe s not have any impact because you are paying the same monthly rate in nonsense, i wonder why some people bother making the effort to post deals with the attitute of those that moan and offer little else to the site ! If you are not happy then say thanks but no but to moan at someone that is helping is quite staggering - try offering an alternative and be productive !



It's not nonsense. The figures quoted aren't right. You still pay BT the same, the voucher is for iTunes or Amazon no? So how does that make the BT monthly cost cheaper? I see you're sticking up for this, fair enough, but putting a public post up be prepared for the public to criticise it when it's not correct.
Wondershopper

the logic of someone saying that getting a £100 vocuher doe s not have … the logic of someone saying that getting a £100 vocuher doe s not have any impact because you are paying the same monthly rate in nonsense, i wonder why some people bother making the effort to post deals with the attitute of those that moan and offer little else to the site ! If you are not happy then say thanks but no but to moan at someone that is helping is quite staggering - try offering an alternative and be productive !



Also be productive? From someone with zero deals? Lol :))
Oh gosh, this sounds perfect for me! EE is the only network with decent coverage, better than my current tariff and could use the voucher towards sim free handset if I need to upgrade! Partner is a bt customer, will have to see if we can sign up with me as account holder
hmm, I've got BT mobile unlimited with 20GB for 16£, and I get 80£ tcb - so, its 9,33£/month
Edited by: "kimonoo" 2nd May 2017
Family SIM is a decent deal in its own right. 4 x 20GB for £59/month. But roaming is ridiculous. Need to haggle with Vodafone/EE for a deal with roaming and Spotify/Apple music.
I agree that the voucher discounts your monthly fee. you could easily sell the voucher for £80 making the monthly costs cheaper or also shop at Amazon? who doesn't. get a grip. you get 100 pounds free when signing up to the sim. simple. stop moaning Christ.
does anyone know if BT mobile is any good?
I switched to this from O2. I get a lot more for less money but the reception is rubbish compared to O2
mashcogs

I agree that the voucher discounts your monthly fee. you could easily … I agree that the voucher discounts your monthly fee. you could easily sell the voucher for £80 making the monthly costs cheaper or also shop at Amazon? who doesn't. get a grip. you get 100 pounds free when signing up to the sim. simple. stop moaning Christ.



In the same way that you shouldn't include cashback in a price. The voucher has 'added value' for sure, but it doesn't deduct directly off the price - and no-one has really been moaning, just pointing out the truth but people get so precious about their deals... anyway it is written more clearly now.
Don't forget your quidco also.
Got £125 MasterCard and £80 quidco recently
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yep I agree with plewis00, deducting the value of the voucher from the contract total makes no sense. Common hukd practice now i know but no one ever mentions it.

This deal is posted most months so is nothing new, and as always It's only decent If your actually a bt broadband cutomer. (always missing from the title)

Edited by: "otterboxer" 3rd May 2017
Misleading title. You should put monthly price after voucher deduction (based on selling price of voucher). This is far better than cashback deals, as you're guaranteed the voucher. To say it is the same is ridiculous.
I guess this would be good for apple music subscribers- 10 months paid for by BT.

Worth noting
I think EE do very good contract Sim only unlimited deals, with a fair bit of data for under £15.00 based on £16.49 for 20GB
hotukdeals.com/dea…534
Edited by: "deany76" 3rd May 2017
If anyone is planning to TRAVEL / ROAM with this sim at all, do no sign up - BT do not let you roam for the first 6 months, unbelievable, I got one 3 months ago and travel extensively with my business - I had to take out another sim with three to allow me to roam - People will say I should have read the small print, but I didn't for a second imagine such a stupid rule could exist! Can not wait until my year is up.
Voted hot. I just used this BT offer to get EE to "price-match". EE could not provide exactly the same deal, but put me on their 20GB for £25pm contact with £10pm loyalty discount. Final price was £15pm for 20GB data with unlimited calls and texts.

Note that EE would not provide the above deal until after I requested the PAC (number portation) code. I know that EE and BT uses the same network.
Worth mentioning that if you are currently a Three customer and you login to the website and look at their "exclusive offers". You can get an additional SIM deal for £16 a month(12 month contract) that includes 30GB data, 600 minutes, All-you-can-eat texts. You can use the data as personal hotspot and you get the feel at home roaming too.
jhonny20041433

Misleading title. You should put monthly price after voucher deduction … Misleading title. You should put monthly price after voucher deduction (based on selling price of voucher). This is far better than cashback deals, as you're guaranteed the voucher. To say it is the same is ridiculous.



No you shouldn't, because that's not how HUKD works. You can get auto-cashback deals and people who post those are not allowed to include the discount so this isn't any different. And it is written clearly enough now, just that I personally wouldn't have it because I don't trust BT and I wouldn't go with an MVNO (because you are a lower priority when the network is congested - just ask a GiffGaff customer).
Just left BT. Found the wifi out an about to be a pain in the backside. it often switches automatically but then has log in issues so I found myself just switching it off most of the time and using my own data.
i ordered on 2nd may got 15GB £15 (BT customer) TCB tracked @£90 plus £100 Amazon if all pays off 12 months -£10
jaypr

Worth mentioning that if you are currently a Three customer and you login … Worth mentioning that if you are currently a Three customer and you login to the website and look at their "exclusive offers". You can get an additional SIM deal for £16 a month(12 month contract) that includes 30GB data, 600 minutes, All-you-can-eat texts. You can use the data as personal hotspot and you get the feel at home roaming too.

I am a three customer and the 30GB is unusable in most cities, in Manchester i get under 5mbps but in smaller towns i get 60mbps + i am going to use bt money to pay off my three contract
Good deal - but the BT wi-fi is a joke - I'm on EE and have to turn off my wi-fi when I go out because it keeps picking up the BT wi-fi which is about 2mb download speed, it's truly awful.
BT Mobile - When things go wrong:

When things go wrong on BT SIMO contracts - does anybody have experience in how to get a satisfactory resolution without having to waste hours on the phone going up through each successive level of C.S.

I'm talking about a name / department which is higher than your 1st line customer services. I need to get to somebody ( specific name /email address would be fantastic) with authority that can sort out the problem and make it right.

I've been a BT SIMO customer for 14 months already - and its been administrative mistake after mistake on my account.

Lib.
Edited by: "Libertas" 3rd May 2017
Libertas

BT Mobile - When things go wrong:When things go wrong on BT SIMO … BT Mobile - When things go wrong:When things go wrong on BT SIMO contracts - does anybody have experience in how to get a satisfactory resolution without having to waste hours on the phone going up through each successive level of C.S.I'm talking about a name / department which is higher than your 1st line customer services. I need to get to somebody ( specific name /email address would be fantastic) with authority that can sort out the problem and make it right.I've been a BT SIMO customer for 14 months already - and its been administrative mistake after mistake on my account.Lib.



I would tweet them. Because it's in public view it means it usually gets sorted sharpish.


It's still 100 quid to spend,
NIgelK

Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect … Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect your monthly bill surely? Only makes your next iTunes/Amazon payment cheaper/free?

NIgelK

Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect … Unless BT let you use the voucher in payment to them this doesn't affect your monthly bill surely? Only makes your next iTunes/Amazon payment cheaper/free?



Agree 100% - some real miserable sods on this site...
tigger80

I am a three customer and the 30GB is unusable in most cities, in … I am a three customer and the 30GB is unusable in most cities, in Manchester i get under 5mbps but in smaller towns i get 60mbps + i am going to use bt money to pay off my three contract



I moved from Three and have been with Vodafone for the last year. I'm moving back to Three though as the speed and signal I had with Three was considerably better. I realise this may differ with every individual though.
Libertas

BT Mobile - When things go wrong:When things go wrong on BT SIMO … BT Mobile - When things go wrong:When things go wrong on BT SIMO contracts - does anybody have experience in how to get a satisfactory resolution without having to waste hours on the phone going up through each successive level of C.S.Lib.



I am not sure about BT, But for EE the experience was aweful. I did not remember by bank account details, while speaking to a lady CS officer of EE. So i was told to go to a local EE shop to identify myself until which customer care wouldn't support me with any queries. During the second call, after an hour on the call speaking the same thing again and again with another guy and then with another lady CS supervisor, i finally said i wanted to Quit EE, the answer was - you still have to go to EE shop to do this
I had to drop the call saying "we are wasting time"
I'm on BT because I managed to get a decent £8pm deal. Reception is poor as is internet, I can tolerate it (just) for £8pm but doubt I will keep it at the end of the year. If you are a heavy data user I would give it a miss. Light to moderate use you might be able to tolerate it but generally I would steer clear if you can get on one of the bigger networks for a few quid more on an equivalent plan.
After being with BT for over 12 months - I'd say that even though they own EE - you're probably better off with EE direct.
Edited by: "Libertas" 3rd May 2017
Also if you go via quid co you get a deal
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