EE SIM Only 2GB for £6, 3GB for £7 and 5GB for £9.50 monthly x 12 months = £114 via e2save
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EE SIM Only 2GB for £6, 3GB for £7 and 5GB for £9.50 monthly x 12 months = £114 via e2save

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Found 14th Aug 2017
New 12 month cashback deals from E2SAVE for EE SIM Only plans

1GB, 1000 mins, unlimited texts for £5.50/month (£15.99 before cashback)
2GB, 1000 mins, unlimited texts for £6/month (£17.99 before cashback)
3GB, unlimited mins, unlimited texts for £7/month (£19.99 before cashback)
5GB, unlimited mins, unlimited texts for £9.50/month (£23.99 before cashback)

Cashback claims have to be made on months 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12.

Not as good as previous deals, but makes EE's steep prices a bit more stomachable...

Currently on an E2SAVE EE deal at the moment myself, and the cashback claim process is pretty simple. You can download your bill from EE as PDF and just submit it to E2SAVE when the time is right.
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Agreed deals not quite as good, but brings it to a more reasonable level on par with other operators

Am also currently on an EE cashback deal with mobiles.co.uk. Second bill submitted just yesterday actually but easy to do. Had a bit of an issue with their new site but support fixed it a few hours later and all done
Hi Did u gt paid out
Been getting paid without fail for 10+ years...
I started in the days when we had to physically post the bills. Never been refused a payment.
Thanks
Get a plusnet sim without cash back hassle
what bill do you need to send? bank statement or like email bill or what? thanks (probably a stupid question lol).
jag182726 m ago

what bill do you need to send? bank statement or like email bill or what? …what bill do you need to send? bank statement or like email bill or what? thanks (probably a stupid question lol).


Log onto EE, download your bill, log onto E2Save account and then upload the bill to them. Takes minutes .... as long as you remember when it's due. Just put it in your diary.
Edited by: "holeymoley18" 14th Aug 2017
holeymoley181 m ago

I download my EE bill off their website, log onto my E2Save account and …I download my EE bill off their website, log onto my E2Save account and then upload the bill to them. Takes minutes .... as long as you remember when it's due. Just put it in your diary.


thanks so you don't need to it to their PO Box etc?
jag182726 m ago

what bill do you need to send? bank statement or like email bill or what? …what bill do you need to send? bank statement or like email bill or what? thanks (probably a stupid question lol).


Download pdf bill from your provider online.
Send it to E2save via your online e2save account.
Job done.

You can also send screenshots as JPEG images.

If you're really old fashioned they can be posted to them via snail mail.
Edited by: "Templar_101" 14th Aug 2017
If you are planning to take out one of these deals make sure you read the T&Cs on the suppliers website and are clear that you are paying out up front and need to remember to claim (easy enough, put the dates on your calendar as reminders).

Same deals on Mobiles.co.uk too.

Remember Quidco or TopCashback for £10/£10.50 cashback too.
Im getting 4g ut um for 11. 00 with vodaphone with out the hassel of cashback is that good thanks
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You've always got to look ahead and remember wht the cost will be after month 12.
I know a lot of people wont shop around after then and 'normal prices are extortionate.
Edited by: "deleted1336857" 15th Aug 2017
zed20001 h, 30 m ago

Im getting 4g ut um for 11. 00 with vodaphone with out the hassel of …Im getting 4g ut um for 11. 00 with vodaphone with out the hassel of cashback is that good thanks

Wha?
Any idea which EE 4G plan you get with this deal? Is it the 4G essential or 4G max? I don't see it being mentioned anywhere on E2SAVE or mobiles.co.uk sites.
Hi folks, can anyone confirm if i take one of these out will i still be able to use a friend's family discount on it?
Or, if taking out home broadband with EE, will i still get the extra 5GB on phone data?

I kind of assume not as cashback co would see the additional items on the bill, then use that as a reason not to pay out possibly?
Currently on similar vodafone contract and looking to move to EE (signal issues at hew house)

Thanks for any info!

*EDIT - just thought about what i was asking! I suppose I'm just asking if the additional 5GB would be added by EE. Friends and family wouldn't make a difference as it's cashback from e2 save etc.
Edited by: "scoobysnax" 15th Aug 2017
Anyone knows when this deal expires?
Im just finishing my Vodafone e2save deal not using them again as getting cheques is a little hassle/annoying. Can't believe they won't just send it via bank transfer like mobilephonesdirect

Other then that no issues at all.
Edited by: "Myriad" 23rd Aug 2017
They will payout like they paid out when I took their broadband!!! Yeah right. Suckers.
scoobysnax15th Aug

Hi folks, can anyone confirm if i take one of these out will i still be …Hi folks, can anyone confirm if i take one of these out will i still be able to use a friend's family discount on it? Or, if taking out home broadband with EE, will i still get the extra 5GB on phone data?I kind of assume not as cashback co would see the additional items on the bill, then use that as a reason not to pay out possibly? Currently on similar vodafone contract and looking to move to EE (signal issues at hew house)Thanks for any info! *EDIT - just thought about what i was asking! I suppose I'm just asking if the additional 5GB would be added by EE. Friends and family wouldn't make a difference as it's cashback from e2 save etc.



I can't give a direct answer. But I got a retention deal with EE for the 5GB per month and unlimited text and calls by referring to the PlusNet offer. Technically I am on the 23.99 deal, but I have loyalty discounts of in total £ 14. With this solution I can claim via our EE Broadband the additional 5 GB allowance.
Will you definitely get the cashback if you follow everything? I'm a bit wary.
Compare to Plusnet I find that EE customer service is better and picking up phone without waiting for 3 hours and speed of EE is better that Plusnet even though that it's the same network. +1 for EE
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Also £10.50 cashback via TCB
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