EE 20% SIMO deals Discount for students
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EE 20% SIMO deals Discount for students

£13.60EE Deals
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Found 27th Mar
Update, as from 18th April, there is no need to go via unidays for student discounts on various offers over on EE (see get deal button)

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EE will check you still have valid student credentials but saves the hassle of signing up to another site.



Not sure if this has been posted previously. Coming to the end of my contract, I was on the hunt to find good deal. I was speaking to EE live chat and they mentioned if you have UNIDAYS you are eligible to 20% off SIMO deals and 500MB data safety net if you run over.

So in line with the current EE deal of £17 for 10GB data and ultd text & mins.

The brings it down to £13.60/month.

So if you are unable to bring down the deal any other way, and you are a student (have a UNIDAYS account) then you are able to bring it down to £13.60
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tahmidchowdhury9827 m ago

I think you're getting this confused with 6GB for £10


... And an American State.
You can also buy 20% discount codes on eBay if you aren't a student
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Virginia does 10gb for £6
rimalpatel00718 m ago

Virginia does 10gb for £6


I think you're getting this confused with 6GB for £10
tahmidchowdhury9827 m ago

I think you're getting this confused with 6GB for £10


... And an American State.
Thank you for posting, just saved me £40-50 over the next 12 months.
Thanks also
You can also buy 20% discount codes on eBay if you aren't a student
Was able to get an nus card but won't let me join uni days
If you have a family member with a unidays account that can also be used.
Can i do tethering?
Student beans 3 offer might be better 30gb for £16
I can also access this offer through two things that I have through my employment: via Edenred childcare vouchers or BUPA offers.

Voted hot as it might suit me to go back with EE again, and in the absence of other good deals with them. My £4.50 from last year isn't coming back so I went with 3. Though their network is somewhat more congested than EE was on my train commute. I left 3 in the 14 days and I am temporarily with giffgaff, though that is diabolical on the train for me.

As much as I'd like to pay under £10 per month, it's worth the extra to me to have the data usable.
If you can get 3 (as an alternative) 12GB through Uswitch to anyone is £13.00
Your basket.

SIM Only plan.
12 GB data.
All-you-can-eat minutes.
All-you-can-eat texts.
12 month Advanced plan.
See full plan details.

£13

Includes: 12GB Personal Hotspot
Feel at Home Around the World
Go Binge
You forgot to mention they also give you either Apple Music (6-months free) and BT sport (3-months free). Great deal for me
Where is the 10gb data on that page?
Does anyone know if I can get Friends & Family discount on top of student discount? Thanks!
ajayshah9534 m ago

Does anyone know if I can get Friends & Family discount on top of student …Does anyone know if I can get Friends & Family discount on top of student discount? Thanks!


Don't think so it's either one or the other.
Robbiecfc27th Mar

Was able to get an nus card but won't let me join uni days


I know it's been a almost a month since you posted this but the deal was just made hot again so I saw it.

Not sure how true this is as it was an answer I had a similar problem and posted about it on a forum ages ago and was given this answer by a random user but it seems to make sense.

NUS cards can be obtained from a number sources but Unidays are more strict and require that the email you register with be a .ac.uk one.
Can anyone help? That deal is 20 quid on the website there is no 10gb for 17.
Don't see any deal for EE 20% SIMO deals Discount for students (10GB for £13.60) either?
How do they check your student credentials? I have NUS
Phelps1 h, 53 m ago

Can anyone help? That deal is 20 quid on the website there is no 10gb for …Can anyone help? That deal is 20 quid on the website there is no 10gb for 17.


Sorry I think the deal has expired but the main point of this post was to notify people that they offer 20% student discount. Not sure why this went hot again.
London123uk1 h, 23 m ago

Don't see any deal for EE 20% SIMO deals Discount for students (10GB for …Don't see any deal for EE 20% SIMO deals Discount for students (10GB for £13.60) either?


Sorry I think the deal has expired but the main point of this post was to notify people that they offer 20% student discount. Not sure why this went hot again.
EE-eeeeewwwwwwwww no thanks not in a million years ......worst customer services of them all .....had a contract a while back which did run its course so i decided to renew it while within the first month of renewal I received the biggest shock of my life in the form of a bill of £300, which I naturally disputed as EE was saying that I was making calls to networks like Lyca etc. I was making those calls before the renewal as can be seen in my previous bills but no way would they budge or in fact accept any liability. The fact that they wanted £300 on time or otherwise my credit history would be affected which they did mess up since I wasn't able to pay on time the dispute was ongoing was the final nail on the coffin. Not that it would apply to everyone, just my personal experience, an advice for anyone taking up the offer is to keep an eye on bills and calls on a regular basis which to me is not worth the hassle. I wouldn't move to any network without spending cap as that is the peace of mind I need instead of all them Gbs I may not all use.
I get 18gb of 4g plus speed, unlimited unlimited through EE at £12.00 a month.

I had a simo contract that I upgraded and used the student discount. Auto applied a loyalty discount if £10 a month
Cold! Still cheaper going through 3rd party sites.
That’s a p@@s poor deal. Recently EE were doing 30gb for £15 and if you were already with EE you got discount taking you down to just over £13 so it Baltic North Pole for me.
hamish201231 m ago

That’s a p@@s poor deal. Recently EE were doing 30gb for £15 and if you we …That’s a p@@s poor deal. Recently EE were doing 30gb for £15 and if you were already with EE you got discount taking you down to just over £13 so it Baltic North Pole for me.


Yes they have these sales here and there. At the time of this post (a month ago) the best deal was £17 for 10gb. This post is purely just to state EE have student discount.
colinwright761 h, 7 m ago

Cold! Still cheaper going through 3rd party sites.


The deal is to state EE do student discount..
conradbrindle4 h, 33 m ago

I get 18gb of 4g plus speed, unlimited unlimited through EE at £12.00 a …I get 18gb of 4g plus speed, unlimited unlimited through EE at £12.00 a month.I had a simo contract that I upgraded and used the student discount. Auto applied a loyalty discount if £10 a month


How did you upgrade, on the phone or online, I have loyalty discount on my account so wanted to find out how to get that?
Anyone had any problem's with student discount code through uniday's? Just received mine today, logged into my online account to see the discount and 500mb extra wasn't applied, but that they've charged me full price for Apple Music when the first six months was stated as being free..

I'm sure they'll be able to make things right when I ring them later, just wanted to find out if anyone has had a similar experience.
ajwallace7 h, 54 m ago

How did you upgrade, on the phone or online, I have loyalty discount on my …How did you upgrade, on the phone or online, I have loyalty discount on my account so wanted to find out how to get that?


I just did it through their website after going on unidays. Didn't even know I would get it.
Just remember, when they do their mid contract price rise, it applies to the full price, not the price you pay after a discount.
penguinman937 h, 34 m ago

Anyone had any problem's with student discount code through uniday's? Just …Anyone had any problem's with student discount code through uniday's? Just received mine today, logged into my online account to see the discount and 500mb extra wasn't applied, but that they've charged me full price for Apple Music when the first six months was stated as being free..I'm sure they'll be able to make things right when I ring them later, just wanted to find out if anyone has had a similar experience.


I asked for Apple music after my contract started and they did not charge.
winchman1 h, 52 m ago

Just remember, when they do their mid contract price rise, it applies to …Just remember, when they do their mid contract price rise, it applies to the full price, not the price you pay after a discount.


But after you apply the discount again it'll be the same as if the discounted price rose?
tahmidchowdhury9840 m ago

But after you apply the discount again it'll be the same as if the …But after you apply the discount again it'll be the same as if the discounted price rose?


If you have a percentage discount it will be the same.

But most people have a fixed discount of for example £15 on a £30/month contract, in this case a 5% price rise mid contract will be:
£30 a month +5%=£31.50/month - £15 discount=£16.50
compared with
£15 +5%=£15.75/month

Multiply that by 12 months, then multiply it by the number of customers they have, it becomes millions, shouldn't be allowed, the increase should be on the the price you agreed to pay not what the network would like you to pay
winchman2 h, 39 m ago

If you have a percentage discount it will be the same.But most people have …If you have a percentage discount it will be the same.But most people have a fixed discount of for example £15 on a £30/month contract, in this case a 5% price rise mid contract will be:£30 a month +5%=£31.50/month - £15 discount=£16.50compared with£15 +5%=£15.75/monthMultiply that by 12 months, then multiply it by the number of customers they have, it becomes millions, shouldn't be allowed, the increase should be on the the price you agreed to pay not what the network would like you to pay


So true. When you sign the contract, you agree to pay a certain price - but they're allowed to move the goal posts. I got a contract at the end of last year and it's just risen by 4.1% RPI - ok, that was the inflation over the last year, but not since I signed my contract. They didn't even bother to send me an email to tell me. They should really rise the price they charge on a month by month basis if they really want to track inflation accurately.
I this it wise to point out that these prices can be beaten by haggling, especially when you're an existing customer and pretend to leave. For example, I got a iPhone 6S for slightly less than the prices quoted by haggling. Unfortunately, they wouldn't let me get student discount on top . Howveer, still voted hot as it's good for new customers.
winchman8 h, 26 m ago

If you have a percentage discount it will be the same.But most people have …If you have a percentage discount it will be the same.But most people have a fixed discount of for example £15 on a £30/month contract, in this case a 5% price rise mid contract will be:£30 a month +5%=£31.50/month - £15 discount=£16.50compared with£15 +5%=£15.75/monthMultiply that by 12 months, then multiply it by the number of customers they have, it becomes millions, shouldn't be allowed, the increase should be on the the price you agreed to pay not what the network would like you to pay

this is a percentage discount. 20%
tahmidchowdhury983 h, 16 m ago

this is a percentage discount. 20%


What's a 20% discount? I don't understand what you are saying.
Edited by: "winchman" 20th Apr
EE has just put up my 3 phones on contracts....average 10% (based on the pre-discounted full price they say.....4.1% RPI, they say!!!)
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