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EE 4G 6GB Pay As You Go Mobile Broadband Combi Sim only £14.99 @ Amazon sold by Prepaymania.
EE 4G 6GB Pay As You Go Mobile Broadband Combi Sim only £14.99 @ Amazon sold by Prepaymania.

EE 4G 6GB Pay As You Go Mobile Broadband Combi Sim only £14.99 @ Amazon sold by Prepaymania.

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Normally £30 from EE this is a real bargain for those MiFi and Tablet users. 90 Days or 6GB Fast 4G data.
There are Combi SIMs not NANO

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Would they work internationally?

Original Poster

No, It will be the UK EE 4G network, Thats the Orange / t Mobile as it was previously known.

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Original Poster

That is Amazon stock, Others are offering at £14.99
I suspect some idiot got one and did not know how to activate it and complained to Amazon so they put it on suspension and review.
I just got 2 delivered direct from Amazon today, use them regular and had no problems with activating or using them.
Can assure you they do work as they are an EE product, why would they not work?
Either wait for Amazon to start selling again or order from the other sellers.

citrusuk

That is Amazon stock, Others are offering at £14.99I suspect some idiot … That is Amazon stock, Others are offering at £14.99I suspect some idiot got one and did not know how to activate it and complained to Amazon so they put it on suspension and review.I just got 2 delivered direct from Amazon today, use them regular and had no problems with activating or using them.Can assure you they do work as they are an EE product, why would they not work?Either wait for Amazon to start selling again or order from the other sellers.

Have to agree, though EE don't help with the out of credit text which takes no consideration/makes no mention of the available bundle.

Prepaymania have these at £14.99 with a little cashback - I think they included a roughly printed note about the activation process last time I ordered.

Edit: PS When I wrote this, the title was at Amazon and £15. Still not hot as ordering direct means you can got via TCB.
Edited by: "jnm21" 23rd Jun 2014

I've ordered these direct from Prepaymania before and they were exactly as described. (Perhaps the complaining purchaser was sent a Nano SIM by accident when they wanted the Combi size?)

If you don't remove the content lock restriction manually, these SIMs have a strict content lock applied for initial use but after a few hours the restriction is relaxed somewhat.

mclassplanet

I've ordered these direct from Prepaymania before and they were exactly … I've ordered these direct from Prepaymania before and they were exactly as described. (Perhaps the complaining purchaser was sent a Nano SIM by accident when they wanted the Combi size?)If you don't remove the content lock restriction manually, these SIMs have a strict content lock applied for initial use but after a few hours the restriction is relaxed somewhat.


Interesting, didn't know about the content lock (I like little snippets like that, they get stored in my head for some reason). The activation process seemed to playing up last week, and my card was deactivated, then reactivated several times, over a couple of days in a weakish signal area.

The activation process is a pain in the neck though, to use. I have to activate first in a mobile, then move the Sim to a dongle, it works then, but still seems to think you are trying to do something with the card you shouldn't by using it in a Dongle - its a Data Sim EE! You'd think EE would have tested it against ALL the dongles on the market to check it works.

I'd be using three if they offered 6GB for 90 days, and for <£15, but they don't. I understand how they can get reported as 'Not as Described', I wouldn't class the setup/activation as straightforward at all.

Nothing of course, to do with Prepaymania that just deliver the card promptly and are just selling exactly the same product EE sell.


Edited by: "tightar5e" 4th Jul 2014
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