EE PAYG now includes Data Rollover to £10 and £15 Data Packs
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EE PAYG now includes Data Rollover to £10 and £15 Data Packs

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Found 7th Mar
Data Rollover is a great new benefit on EE pay as you go. We’ve now added Data Rollover to our £10 and £15 Data Packs. This means that if you didn’t use all the data in those packs, we’ll add it to the next one you buy so you get another chance to use it. If your next pack doesn’t start straight away, we’ll still add the leftover data so long as you start your next pack within seven days.


Which pay as you go packs include Data Rollover?
Our £10 Data Pack and our £15 Data Pack.

Pack name Duration Allowance
£10 Data Pack30 days 2GB, unlimited texts, 100 minutes
£15 Data Pack30 days 5GB, unlimited texts, 500 minutes

How do I get Data Rollover?
Any time you buy a new £10 or £15 Data Pack (or even if you’re already using one). Any remaining data will roll over to your next pack.


How can I keep track of my Data Rollover?
Each time you buy another pack, we’ll send you a text to let you know it’s started, and that any leftover data has been rolled over from your last pack. To see exactly how much you have left, as well as your other allowances:

The legal bit:

Data Rollover: if you have not used all the data allowance in your Pack, when the Pack ends the unused data will be added to the next Pack that you buy. This applies to £10 and £15 30 day PAYG Data Packs only. You cannot roll over data from add-ons or Free Boosts. If your pack does not renew automatically you must buy a new £10 or £15 Data Pack within 7 days to qualify for data rollover. Rollover data lasts for the duration of the Pack Validity Period (i.e. 30 days) so will not roll over a second time if you do not use it up. Your data allowance will be applied in the following order for each Pack: (1) Rollover data, (2) core pack allowance (3) Free Boosts.
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9 Comments
sky have been doing this for ages too late to the party EE . i have to vote hot just for the deal its not about my comments to many vote cold for that reason.its about the deal and this is a good deal
amazoncrazy9 m ago

sky have been doing this for ages too late to the party EE . i have to …sky have been doing this for ages too late to the party EE . i have to vote hot just for the deal its not about my comments to many vote cold for that reason.its about the deal and this is a good deal


Are sky any good when it comes to mobile networking?
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gavhtid1 h, 28 m ago

Are sky any good when it comes to mobile networking?


They can’t even get satellite services 100% lol (Sky Mobile runs on) o2 there’s a reason o2 lost the emergency services contract to EE, 3G and 4G coverage scrapes through its minimum licence requirements with Ofcom, Telefónica buying o2 ploughed them into massive debts and now o2 U.K. is a cash cow with minimum investment.
amazoncrazy1 h, 39 m ago

sky have been doing this for ages too late to the party EE . i have to …sky have been doing this for ages too late to the party EE . i have to vote hot just for the deal its not about my comments to many vote cold for that reason.its about the deal and this is a good deal


You can’t compare payg to contract, nor a data bank to a rollover, compared to how poor EE payg was in comparison to other networks it’s about time thier data went up. Heat here aswell.

Wonder if you still get Data Boosts with these ?
seaniboy1 h, 28 m ago

They can’t even get satellite services 100% lol (Sky Mobile runs on) o2 t …They can’t even get satellite services 100% lol (Sky Mobile runs on) o2 there’s a reason o2 lost the emergency services contract to EE, 3G and 4G coverage scrapes through its minimum licence requirements with Ofcom, Telefónica buying o2 ploughed them into massive debts and now o2 U.K. is a cash cow with minimum investment.


O2 didn’t have the emergency services contract, that’s Motorola other than that, I agree, always found O2 to have poor signal and throughput, but that might just be where I live and work.

You should always buy a handful of PAYG sims across the networks and see what works best for you at home and where you work.
Coffeee20 m ago

O2 didn’t have the emergency services contract, that’s Motorola other th …O2 didn’t have the emergency services contract, that’s Motorola other than that, I agree, always found O2 to have poor signal and throughput, but that might just be where I live and work.You should always buy a handful of PAYG sims across the networks and see what works best for you at home and where you work.


I think he's referring to EE being chosen to host the emergency services over O2.
Coffeee40 m ago

O2 didn’t have the emergency services contract, that’s Motorola other th …O2 didn’t have the emergency services contract, that’s Motorola other than that, I agree, always found O2 to have poor signal and throughput, but that might just be where I live and work.You should always buy a handful of PAYG sims across the networks and see what works best for you at home and where you work.


o2 Airwave was sold after Telefónica bought o2 Group to McQuarie Bank in 2007 for 1.2 billion who sold it for just under £900m to Motorola in 2015. Airwave lost a lot of o2 network support over them years and the emergency services contract so it was sold at a loss due to asset/coverage depletion from the 2007 sale.

o2 U.K. floats itself later this year, I’ll be buying shares as a long long term investment as when Telefónica Spain clear £10billion of it’s debt going public it’s going to eventually sell up and make another £10+ billion to half it’s current (many years) €40 billion debts which interest payments are crippling Telefónica Spain.


o2 banked on a Three U.K. buyout like Ireland, leaving the EU Three UK might still be in the running to buy it like Three Ireland did with o2 Ireland - Ofcom allowed a merger of TMob & Orange to create a monopoly and BT to allow a bigger monopoly so I think post brexit Three U.K will be allowed to buy o2, given Ofcom referral to EU stopped the merger not Ofcom. Simply like EE it can force a merger/buy out to sell spectrum (Three bought EEs enforced offhive) for a another player to enter the market, short term Three cleans up and another network comes to play (the U.K. needs it with the state of o2 being the most expensive even over Voda by a long shot). I would expect Ofcom also say the Cornerstone base station partnership between o2 and Vodafone goes to the new spectrum purchaser as Three U.K. already owns 50% of EE backhaul company MBNL, so to summarise issue - new Three sims and sell 50% Cornerstone with spectrum to allow the merger, 2 years of high customer numbers for Three to become a bigger player and the new buyer gets spectrum and a 50% base station ownership access with short term income from Three. Virgin/Talk Talk with Internet backhaul are two U.K. that could clean up that spectrum/Cornerstone 50%.


O2 U.K. shares long term are going to be a good investment, esp for Lifetime Stocks & Share ISAs

o2 throughput is probably pinged through Telefónica subsidiaries on the continent where it has its own data servers (or third party contracts) well before o2 U.K. servers - ie not direct, saves cash for them.
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