EE Data Sim offer - 30GB per month for £15 (Was £30) Save 50% @ EE [30 day rolling contract]
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EE Data Sim offer - 30GB per month for £15 (Was £30) Save 50% @ EE [30 day rolling contract]

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Found 7th Aug 2017
Happy Monday everyone! Let's start things off right with a stonking (and I DON'T use the term lightly) data sim offer from EE.

You can get 30GB per month of 4G goodness for just £15 per month! Perfect for those data hungry Tablets, or even a WiFi dongle!

The sim will also give you free EU roaming in 48 destinations, if you want to take it on your holibobs!

Just use the voucher code 'AWDATASIM2' at checkout to receive the discounted price.

Offer ends 13th August!

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Available to new and existing customers taking the 30 day 30GB data sim only plan
·Offer is available online only. Not available via telesales or in store
·Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount code
·Cashback
is not available on this offer. Any attempt at combining cashback with



this deal will lead to the cashback being declined
·Standard network terms & conditions apply
·Start date: 07/08
·End date: 13/08
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EE impose a European zone data roaming limit of maximum 15GB per 30day period.
Can be had for £13.50 if you log into an existing EE account and order as a second line
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Wow. Without calls minutes this really doesn't make sense. Also their customer service is astonishingly crap in EE - I signed up for one of those contracts in April, after activating my SIM card - made a call and most of the calls dropped due to poor network quality.

Called CS, after holding me for 1 hour on the line telling me useless things to try with my phone(I'm an engineer myself, they don't know what they are talking about), when clearly network is the issue(I tested that by having same issue when sim was in my other phone) - they told me that I'm free to leave them as still without the first 14 days and they are not going to try to do anything unless I keep following their ridiculous out of subject debugging tips.

They were refusing to get the call to the right person (read: trained they will be in trouble for any call passed to higher level managers), which helped with Three usually.

Though on EE - nothing. I then called back after a few days to cancel the contract - it took me another couple of hours(3 to be precise) ending up in a formal complaint I had to write by email after being thrown around / told "you're calling the incorrect department, we can't cancel the contract, nor can we transfer you to the correct one." "Took out the contract with a cash back offer - our partner has to cancel it for you, we can't help".

Called the partner - "we can't cancel any contracts, as the contract is taken out with EE Network, not us" - kind of expected, as the contract is legally binding with the network, and the cash back partner is not in that contract at all.

Took me 6 calls of being thrown between those companies, and as I said, only a formal 2-page long email helped.

Sorry for the rant! Good luck to anyone trying EE!
AJ926 m ago

I pay same price with same data and some minz + text on 3. … I pay same price with same data and some minz + text on 3. These type offers have been on a few times on 3.


But 3 is a crap network generally compared to EE
Been with EE for years. No point worrying about customer service as all the networks are bad if you get the wrong agent. A lot of them even use the same call centres!

You can't use a Three SIM in a mifi if it is a phone contract, and tethering is restricted to less than 30GB even when you use your phone as a hotspot, so comparing with them is irrelevant. How much is their 30GB mifi SIM?

Cold though as I get 40 million petabytes per month for 46p, and of course this site is all about how this price compares to my flukey one-off deal.
jimbo0011 m ago

But 3 is a crap network generally compared to EE


Not for me
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Agreed, this is a ruddy good deal!
I pay same price with same data and some minz + text on 3. These type offers have been on a few times on 3.
Edited by: "AJ92" 7th Aug 2017
AJ926 m ago

I pay same price with same data and some minz + text on 3. … I pay same price with same data and some minz + text on 3. These type offers have been on a few times on 3.


But 3 is a crap network generally compared to EE
jimbo0011 m ago

But 3 is a crap network generally compared to EE


Agreed. It's not a like for like deal. This is way hotter.
jimbo0011 m ago

But 3 is a crap network generally compared to EE


Not for me
I pay £5 a month for the same data cold from me.
Roasting 🔥🔥
Wow. Amazing deal
I was waiting for a good deal with EE. I don't need 30GB, but I'm going for this.

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Lots of people moaning that they get the same for cheaper. The thing is you don't if you're on another network. EE has better coverage and faster speeds than most other networks. This is an awesome deal. Beware though as I got this deal last time and it doesn't include any minutes (it gets pricey when you make calls).
Edited by: "donthasslethe" 7th Aug 2017
I'm on the 'pokemon' tariff from last year (10gb for £9.50 a month plus a free tablet, 24 month) I wonder if ee will let me upgrade to this. Gotta be worth a try.
it says 30 day plan when you click the link? ....
Wow. Without calls minutes this really doesn't make sense. Also their customer service is astonishingly crap in EE - I signed up for one of those contracts in April, after activating my SIM card - made a call and most of the calls dropped due to poor network quality.

Called CS, after holding me for 1 hour on the line telling me useless things to try with my phone(I'm an engineer myself, they don't know what they are talking about), when clearly network is the issue(I tested that by having same issue when sim was in my other phone) - they told me that I'm free to leave them as still without the first 14 days and they are not going to try to do anything unless I keep following their ridiculous out of subject debugging tips.

They were refusing to get the call to the right person (read: trained they will be in trouble for any call passed to higher level managers), which helped with Three usually.

Though on EE - nothing. I then called back after a few days to cancel the contract - it took me another couple of hours(3 to be precise) ending up in a formal complaint I had to write by email after being thrown around / told "you're calling the incorrect department, we can't cancel the contract, nor can we transfer you to the correct one." "Took out the contract with a cash back offer - our partner has to cancel it for you, we can't help".

Called the partner - "we can't cancel any contracts, as the contract is taken out with EE Network, not us" - kind of expected, as the contract is legally binding with the network, and the cash back partner is not in that contract at all.

Took me 6 calls of being thrown between those companies, and as I said, only a formal 2-page long email helped.

Sorry for the rant! Good luck to anyone trying EE!
Great deal, and 30 days too, diddy donuts. Bought.
Been with EE for years. No point worrying about customer service as all the networks are bad if you get the wrong agent. A lot of them even use the same call centres!

You can't use a Three SIM in a mifi if it is a phone contract, and tethering is restricted to less than 30GB even when you use your phone as a hotspot, so comparing with them is irrelevant. How much is their 30GB mifi SIM?

Cold though as I get 40 million petabytes per month for 46p, and of course this site is all about how this price compares to my flukey one-off deal.
myintranet16 m ago

Wow. Without calls minutes this really doesn't make sense. Also their …Wow. Without calls minutes this really doesn't make sense. Also their customer service is astonishingly crap in EE - I signed up for one of those contracts in April, after activating my SIM card - made a call and most of the calls dropped due to poor network quality. Called CS, after holding me for 1 hour on the line telling me useless things to try with my phone(I'm an engineer myself, they don't know what they are talking about), when clearly network is the issue(I tested that by having same issue when sim was in my other phone) - they told me that I'm free to leave them as still without the first 14 days and they are not going to try to do anything unless I keep following their ridiculous out of subject debugging tips. They were refusing to get the call to the right person (read: trained they will be in trouble for any call passed to higher level managers), which helped with Three usually. Though on EE - nothing. I then called back after a few days to cancel the contract - it took me another couple of hours(3 to be precise) ending up in a formal complaint I had to write by email after being thrown around / told "you're calling the incorrect department, we can't cancel the contract, nor can we transfer you to the correct one." "Took out the contract with a cash back offer - our partner has to cancel it for you, we can't help". Called the partner - "we can't cancel any contracts, as the contract is taken out with EE Network, not us" - kind of expected, as the contract is legally binding with the network, and the cash back partner is not in that contract at all. Took me 6 calls of being thrown between those companies, and as I said, only a formal 2-page long email helped. Sorry for the rant! Good luck to anyone trying EE!



Are you aware that your experience is the exception to the rule? You probably are given that you're a super-intelligent engineer.
misterleoni11 m ago

Been with EE for years. No point worrying about customer service as all …Been with EE for years. No point worrying about customer service as all the networks are bad if you get the wrong agent. A lot of them even use the same call centres! You can't use a Three SIM in a mifi if it is a phone contract, and tethering is restricted to less than 30GB even when you use your phone as a hotspot, so comparing with them is irrelevant. How much is their 30GB mifi SIM? Cold though as I get 40 million petabytes per month for 46p, and of course this site is all about how this price compares to my flukey one-off deal.


I use my 3 phone sim in my mifi and use the tethering. Have done for months.
Thanks a lot was waiting for one of these again got the last EE offer 32GB for 14.51 but that was a 12 month contract .HOT
does anybody know if i can i use this in Asia?... i'm travelling for 3 weeks September.. would i get away with just using the 30gb data for roaming? Cheers
sammypants5 m ago

does anybody know if i can i use this in Asia?... i'm travelling for 3 …does anybody know if i can i use this in Asia?... i'm travelling for 3 weeks September.. would i get away with just using the 30gb data for roaming? Cheers

You can't in China, just roaming. Not sure about other countries
ScoTTyBEEE11 m ago

I use my 3 phone sim in my mifi and use the tethering. Have done for …I use my 3 phone sim in my mifi and use the tethering. Have done for months.

They expressly forbid it and usually block this sort of usage once they pick up on it.
ScoTTyBEEE28 m ago

I use my 3 phone sim in my mifi and use the tethering. Have done for …I use my 3 phone sim in my mifi and use the tethering. Have done for months.

I want to do something similar with 3 sim which I get unlimited internet on.
How do I go about doing this mate?
Great deal. Is there an easy way to switch to this or do I need to cancel and sign up again? (Currently on £30/30gb/30 days).
Possible £45 back via quidco
I doubt the cashback will pay out because of the use of a coupon.
HOW LONG IS IT HALF PRICE FOR?
ovi_andre10 m ago

its 15 pounds every month?


Read the the title, its a 30 day contract so yes it could be £15 a month but your not in a years contract.
jimbo0011 h, 23 m ago

But 3 is a crap network generally compared to EE


What a load of bowlocks.
Been with EE for a while and no issues so can't comment on the customer service side.
DCFC792 m ago

Read the the title, its a 30 day contract so yes it could be £15 a month …Read the the title, its a 30 day contract so yes it could be £15 a month but your not in a years contract.


Hi thanks i meant how long is the discount for - forever? i cant see any details off that?
jimbo0011 h, 27 m ago

But 3 is a crap network generally compared to EE



Son is on EE, Daughter on 3.

They are both crap in places. But sometimes have covered where Vodafone and o2 don't!

So your opinion, not backed up by facts. As I can compare pretty easily. In fact in most places, 3 beats EE. I have EE as work phone, lots of places end up tethering to daughters 3 sim, to get any signal!
I grabbed this deal last time around, it wasn't clear from the way they set out the invoice page on the website whether I would get it for half price or not, but I did. I've paired it with a Huawei B315 data station and ditched my cable broadband, there's only me in the house so no problem with capacity, plus when I go on holiday I can take thw SIM with me and put it in my MiFi unit.
Chickenhawk7215 m ago

I grabbed this deal last time around, it wasn't clear from the way they …I grabbed this deal last time around, it wasn't clear from the way they set out the invoice page on the website whether I would get it for half price or not, but I did. I've paired it with a Huawei B315 data station and ditched my cable broadband, there's only me in the house so no problem with capacity, plus when I go on holiday I can take thw SIM with me and put it in my MiFi unit.


guessing you dont watch a lot of online video then
Considering this for my iPad and cutting back on my phone tariff.
I can use those 30gb for tethering right
Is it £15/month indefinately or does it revert to £30 after a period of time?
Smoking
THANKS OP I can now watch all the porn my withered hands can cope with
misterleoni1 h, 14 m ago

Been with EE for years. No point worrying about customer service as all …Been with EE for years. No point worrying about customer service as all the networks are bad if you get the wrong agent. A lot of them even use the same call centres! You can't use a Three SIM in a mifi if it is a phone contract, and tethering is restricted to less than 30GB even when you use your phone as a hotspot, so comparing with them is irrelevant. How much is their 30GB mifi SIM? Cold though as I get 40 million petabytes per month for 46p, and of course this site is all about how this price compares to my flukey one-off deal.

​I'm already couple of years on "three" unlimited data PAYG for £25 for 30 days. I'm using simple 4G handset to tether on average 60-80GB per month with no problems or any restrictions. most areas consistent coverage. found them more reliable than others in Cambridge area.
myintranet1 h, 23 m ago

Wow. Without calls minutes this really doesn't make sense.


It's a data SIM. If you want a phone SIM get one with minutes. If you want a SIM for a data-only device like an iPad, it makes perfect sense. Having said that, I had a 12GB valid-for-a-year SIM in my iPad, and only used half of it, so 30GB a month would be total overkill for me. I'm sure it makes sense for others, though.
jimbo0011 h, 59 m ago

But 3 is a crap network generally compared to EE




I have been with Three since 2013 and i can confirm this.. for calls and messaging its absolutely fine but try watching youtube at 1080p during the hours of 10am-1.30am,

Three limit their speeds to 5mb/s while isnt terrible and should be absolutely fine -- its not a constant 5mb/s. It cannot maintain that 5mb/s and will drop down to 3mb/s when it comes to streaming -- It doesnt matter if youre on 3G or 4G, they will just throttle speeds down so hard to make it absolutely pointless.

EE might throttle, but in my experience I have still managed to pull 20mb/s if not over that during the same hours.

This deal is a steal
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