EE SIM ONLY DEAL - 4G Multi SIM  - Up to 60Mbps Unlimited minutes Unlimited text messages 20 GB data 48 EUROPEAN destinations included for roaming 12 months plan - £21pm (£252 total)
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EE SIM ONLY DEAL - 4G Multi SIM - Up to 60Mbps Unlimited minutes Unlimited text messages 20 GB data 48 EUROPEAN destinations included for roaming 12 months plan - £21pm (£252 total)

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Found 18th Jul 2017
EE 4G Multi SIM
Up to 60Mbps
Unlimited minutes
Unlimited text messages
20 GB data
48 EUROPEAN destinations included for roaming
12 months plan

Apple Music, free for six months
BT Sport App - three months free live sport
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Just to let you know you can only use 15gb of that abroud
Not bad. I'd still go for the Vodafone £25 deal with £100 cash back and Spotify for a year though
If you're a student, you can get 20% off this too using the code on unidays (I did it yesterday).
Does this apply to roam in the USA thanks in advance
jessiechops

Does this apply to roam in the USA thanks in advance



No. This only has EU roaming, which you get with everyone else.
nublets2k8 m ago

No. This only has EU roaming, which you get with everyone else.

​Three has usa roaming and others outside Europe
nexus76

Three has usa roaming and others outside Europe



Only on their Advanced plans, the Essential ones have European roaming only.

The point is that you get EU roaming from every UK carrier now, regardless of plan.
Big Negative. Don't fall for this . You get pathetic speed with up to 60 Mbps. Real speed is very very slow and advanced LTE cat 16 features like carrier aggregation do not work.
nublets2k

Only on their Advanced plans, the Essential ones have European roaming … Only on their Advanced plans, the Essential ones have European roaming only. The point is that you get EU roaming from every UK carrier now, regardless of plan.


EE have roaming in USA for new 4GEE Max plans too. Although as above this plan is is just EU as its not a Max
Edited by: "CrashOverride" 18th Jul 2017
DanB89

EE have roaming in USA for new 4GEE Max plans too. Although as above this … EE have roaming in USA for new 4GEE Max plans too. Although as above this plan is is just EU as its not a Max



well done.
nublets2k

well done.


Cold from me I am afraid as I have this deal for £15.61/month and BT Sports for 12 months also.
Good deal for new contacts. existing customers can get better retention deal, but not the new ones.
I see topcashback is offering £35 for this currently
sam_of_london

Big Negative. Don't fall for this . You get pathetic speed with up to 60 … Big Negative. Don't fall for this . You get pathetic speed with up to 60 Mbps. Real speed is very very slow and advanced LTE cat 16 features like carrier aggregation do not work.



You don't need Cat 16 to get good speeds. I often get 100+ and my phones only Cat 4.
slaha11

Good deal for new contacts. existing customers can get better retention … Good deal for new contacts. existing customers can get better retention deal, but not the new ones.



What are people getting on retention? I was waiting for new iPhone but contracts will be a joke so i think i am going to do something like this then just buy a phone when im ready.
Get another 10% off if you get a PAYG SIM first and ask to upgrade, should be able to get for approx £18. I did.
jamesWHUFC1 h, 33 m ago

What are people getting on retention? I was waiting for new iPhone but …What are people getting on retention? I was waiting for new iPhone but contracts will be a joke so i think i am going to do something like this then just buy a phone when im ready.

​ retention can give you something like 20GB data, u/l mins/text including EU for £15.
slaha11

retention can give you something like 20GB data, u/l mins/text … retention can give you something like 20GB data, u/l mins/text including EU for £15.



Did you try it? I did and they said no. I was only offered 20GB for £21 or extra 5GB if I sign up for Broadband.
ezeoke

Did you try it? I did and they said no. I was only offered 20GB for £21 … Did you try it? I did and they said no. I was only offered 20GB for £21 or extra 5GB if I sign up for Broadband.



Was that retentions or cs?
I was offered the same, currently paying £20 for 8gb data unlimited text and calls from last year, they give me my pac code..
nublets2k

You don't need Cat 16 to get good speeds. I often get 100+ and my phones … You don't need Cat 16 to get good speeds. I often get 100+ and my phones only Cat 4.


It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than 60Mbps as it is speed limited . Higher speeds are possible with Carrier Aggregation which does not work on this plan. When there are lots of users like in London , the speed fall is very dramatic. I have compared their full speed sim and the 60 mbps speed limited sim and came to this conclusion.
sam_of_london

It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than … It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than 60Mbps as it is speed limited . Higher speeds are possible with Carrier Aggregation which does not work on this plan. When there are lots of users like in London , the speed fall is very dramatic. I have compared their full speed sim and the 60 mbps speed limited sim and came to this conclusion.



Which phone are you using?
sam_of_london20th Jul

It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than …It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than 60Mbps as it is speed limited . Higher speeds are possible with Carrier Aggregation which does not work on this plan. When there are lots of users like in London , the speed fall is very dramatic. I have compared their full speed sim and the 60 mbps speed limited sim and came to this conclusion.

What network would you recommend then smart ar5e?
nublets2k20th Jul

Which phone are you using?

Samsung S8
SweeneyUK4 h, 15 m ago

What network would you recommend then smart ar5e?

Buy EE or Vodaphone full speed plan.
slaha1118th Jul

Good deal for new contacts. existing customers can get better retention …Good deal for new contacts. existing customers can get better retention deal, but not the new ones.

No they can not. I've been trying for the past few days, best they could offer was 20gb for £21. Been with them for over 6 years. And yes it was retentions.
SweeneyUK26th Jul

No they can not. I've been trying for the past few days, best they could …No they can not. I've been trying for the past few days, best they could offer was 20gb for £21. Been with them for over 6 years. And yes it was retentions.

​ it is very common, they offer £10 loyalty discount to existing customers, if they are eligible to upgrade, and show willingness to leave. maybe you need to find a better CC guy
slaha111 h, 40 m ago

​ it is very common, they offer £10 loyalty discount to existing cu …​ it is very common, they offer £10 loyalty discount to existing customers, if they are eligible to upgrade, and show willingness to leave. maybe you need to find a better CC guy

I can't show more willingness than asking for my PAC code. Iv tried 4 different cc guys/girls lol
SweeneyUK

I can't show more willingness than asking for my PAC code. Iv tried 4 … I can't show more willingness than asking for my PAC code. Iv tried 4 different cc guys/girls lol



I found the same thing, got my pac code in the end
This was on just after the 32gb deal. That's due now with it been offered 5, 10, 15 and 20 months ago.
I have been hoping EE would ring back after getting my PAC code, but nothing so far... currently on the 8gb for £20 a month
sam_of_london20th Jul

It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than …It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than 60Mbps as it is speed limited . Higher speeds are possible with Carrier Aggregation which does not work on this plan. When there are lots of users like in London , the speed fall is very dramatic. I have compared their full speed sim and the 60 mbps speed limited sim and came to this conclusion.


Agreed. Mum is on the 60Mb plan and whilst it's enough for her usage, speeds rarely top 40Mbps and things can get a little slow in the heart of London or any place that's really populated (Kings Cross station during rush hour for example).

I'm on the full speed plan and haven't dipped below 70Mbps in ages. Outside of peak network times (4-7pm) I've been able to match my virgin media speeds of 200Mbps
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