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EE 5G Sim Only - 160GB £16pm + Choice Of (Britbox Or Apple Music 6m / BT Sport 3m) 24m - Total £384 Via Health Service Discounts @ EE

Posted 18th Apr 2021

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

If you have access to health service discounts, then codes work against the 160GB data deal from EE, which gives you 160GB data Unlimited Mins & Texts For only £16 per month.

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  • BritBox
  • Stream the biggest box of British boxsets on your phone, and with the right tech, on your TV too
  • Get six months BritBox on us
  • The data’s on us, so long as you have some data allowance remaining
  • Create your own list of favourite British entertainment from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5
  • After your six months on us, the price is just £5.99/ month – and you can cancel any time.



  • BT Sport and large screen access
  • Watch unmissable live and on demand sports on multiple devices including your TV
  • Includes the Premier League, Champions League, UFC, boxing and more
  • Rewind and watch again with the enhanced BT Sport player
  • After the first three months, it's just £15 a month (inc. VAT)
  • Cancel any time



  • Apple Music
  • Six months of Apple Music on us
  • The music you love, on the move
  • Personalised music recommendations from Beats 1
  • The data’s on us, so long as you have some data allowance remaining
  • After six months, it's just £9.99 a month
  • Cancel any time

Prices may rise annually - full details here

Mobile contract providers tend to increase your monthly tariff by inflation - and exactly which measure depends on the network:

Three: a Fixed Annual Price Change, 4.5% this year.
O2: RPI plus 3.9%.
EE, Vodafone: Consumer Price Index plus 3.9%.

The date of the adjustment also varies by provider:

Three: April
O2: Announced in Feb, effective from April
EE: Announced in Jan, effective from March
Vodafone: Announced in Jan, effective from April

What is Sim only?


SIM only is just that, where you only pay for the minutes, texts, and data you use on your sim-card.

You will have to supply your own device i.e phone/tablet to insert the sim-card into, hence why it's called 'sim only'
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