EE SIM Only Deal @ Fonehouse. 20GB Data & Unlimited Calls / £25 a Month (£7 After Cashback) / 12 Month Contract - £300 (£84 After Cashback)
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EE SIM Only Deal @ Fonehouse. 20GB Data & Unlimited Calls / £25 a Month (£7 After Cashback) / 12 Month Contract - £300 (£84 After Cashback)

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Refreshed 11th Feb (Posted 9th Feb)
Requires a bit of effort to get it down to £7 a month as this is a cashback by redemption deal. Granted some people don't like redemption cashback deals.
You pay £25 a month but receive cashback by redemption on months 3,5,7,9 & 12.
Total cashback is £216.
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Please note that cashback is not guaranteed and is discretionary.

Bills need to be send by post not online.

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Cold, hate silly cashback deals, have to fight every month to get it back.
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seaniboy2 m ago

I’ve heard that about Manchester on here and various places online before a …I’ve heard that about Manchester on here and various places online before about Three - all ye tight asses on unlimited data lol The Scots are proud of ye all


Haha, just done a speed test on EE 4G and this is what I got
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seaniboy6 m ago

I’ve heard that about Manchester on here and various places online before a …I’ve heard that about Manchester on here and various places online before about Three - all ye tight asses on unlimited data lol The Scots are proud of ye all


One on the broadband too Lucky me irreverent but why not
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Justsuperman3 m ago

Haha, just done a speed test on EE 4G and this is what I got [Image]


Lol on a extremely rare occasion when the EE hamster is hyper on its wheel does it get near that. Maybe the radiation kicks in sometimes and the hamster just tries to run ?
seaniboy1 m ago

Lol on a extremely rare occasion when the EE hamster is hyper on its wheel …Lol on a extremely rare occasion when the EE hamster is hyper on its wheel does it get near that. Maybe the radiation kicks in sometimes and the hamster just tries to run ?


Yeah my experience is average speed around the 30-40mbps not 85 for sure it’s good enough until 5G when we fry our brains with even more radioactive poison
Justsuperman3 m ago

One on the broadband too Lucky me irreverent but why not [Image]


Ohh get you superman! Well
I’ve got Sky Broadband £8.99 that does 4K and £10 Unlimited Three that averages 20meg at home and thick junk so I’m doing well
Edited by: "seaniboy" 9th Feb
seaniboy2 m ago

Ohh get you superman! Well I’ve got Sky Broadband £8.99 that does 4K and £1 …Ohh get you superman! Well I’ve got Sky Broadband £8.99 that does 4K and £10 Unlimited Three that averages 20meg at home and thick junk so I’m doing well


Good prices, 20meg is fine but anything less is slow especially when you stream music and Netflix and all these things these days
Justsuperman4 m ago

Yeah my experience is average speed around the 30-40mbps not 85 for sure …Yeah my experience is average speed around the 30-40mbps not 85 for sure it’s good enough until 5G when we fry our brains with even more radioactive poison


I dunno they wanna put radioactive smart meters in all our homes and that’s not smart at all! They tried to force me and I was like yeah tell a court where the law allows you, buh bye-bye.
Justsuperman5 m ago

Good prices, 20meg is fine but anything less is slow especially when you …Good prices, 20meg is fine but anything less is slow especially when you stream music and Netflix and all these things these days


It is, tightass, people no, companies yes. Alexa/Amazon Music likes Three more than Sky ? Go figure... Sky runs 14-16 meg but throw streaming on and Sky gives me the full 24meg ADSL2+ speed and 4K kicks in
Going to allow this.

The bills have to be sent by post every month.

A lot of forums online where they refuse to pay saying they've not got the paper.

And then all subsequent cashback is also lost..

Cold as ice.

Kindest regards
I don't know this company but the details of the cashback scheme are in their FAQs

If your deal included a cashback by redemption it will show in the order summary of your order emails. You will need to claim your cash back at different stages throughout the initial tenure of your airtime agreement.

Claiming this is easy! To claim simply login to the account section of the website and click ‘Claim Cashback’. This will take you to a simple form to fill in and submit your claim.

For 12 Month Contracts

You will need to claim your cashback in stages throughout the airtime agreement of your contract. For 12 month contracts your cashback is claimable in five instalments. You need to claim in billing months 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12 of your airtime agreement. You must claim within 60 days of your bill date.

For example if you are connected on 1st January then your first bill date will be in January. Your third bill date and your first claim will be in March. When you receive your third bill, you will need to upload this and submit your claim, via the account section of the website, within 60 days of the date on the bill.

We aim to process all cashback claims within 72 hours and pay all successful claims within 14 days via BACS. Claims will be paid into the bank account you provided at the time of ordering.

Claims may be rejected if:

You are not claiming within your claim period
You have been disconnected from the network
You have changed your tariff with the network
You have provided the incorrect order number or Date of Birth when submitting your claim
The customers name on the bill does not match the name on the original order
The copy of the bill you submit is not on the same network as the network ordered on your original order

You will need to upload the first page of your network airtime bill (or a copy of) which shows:

The name of the customer (must match the name we have on your original order)
Your mobile phone number
The bill value
The bill date

Ordered this morning. I already have Apple Music, so I effectively save another £60 on top!
This is an excellent deal if cashback is honoured. Ordering the SIM doesn't state that the cashback process is online or not but as in previous comment, FAQ says it's done online. Would be good to confirm if it is online because there's virtually no risk of cashback failing if you remember to submit in good time.
adm91472 h, 22 m ago

Ordered this morning. I already have Apple Music, so I effectively save …Ordered this morning. I already have Apple Music, so I effectively save another £60 on top!


what's Apple music got to do with it?
Aaargh1 m ago

what's Apple music got to do with it?


6 months Apple Music is included with EE
adm91471 m ago

6 months Apple Music is included with EE


ah ok thanks
MDDr3 h, 9 m ago

This is an excellent deal if cashback is honoured. Ordering the SIM …This is an excellent deal if cashback is honoured. Ordering the SIM doesn't state that the cashback process is online or not but as in previous comment, FAQ says it's done online. Would be good to confirm if it is online because there's virtually no risk of cashback failing if you remember to submit in good time.


Someone here suggested that you have to send it using snail mail. That puts me off
What happens after the 12 months? does the cashback disappear? so 20Gb would revert to £25? So basically we'd have to find another cheaper provider at that point?

Or does the 12 month cashback offer start again?
pumavash9 m ago

Someone here suggested that you have to send it using snail mail. That …Someone here suggested that you have to send it using snail mail. That puts me off



Its online

The FAQ's mention it
I quoted the relevant bit
"To claim simply login to the account section of the website and click ‘Claim Cashback’. This will take you to a simple form to fill in and submit your claim."
soled7313 m ago

What happens after the 12 months? does the cashback disappear? so 20Gb …What happens after the 12 months? does the cashback disappear? so 20Gb would revert to £25? So basically we'd have to find another cheaper provider at that point?Or does the 12 month cashback offer start again?


So after 12 months you need to find another offer. You can continue after 12 months but there will no more cashback to bring down £25 to £7.
plunet6 h, 27 m ago

You will need to upload the first page of your network airtime bill (or a …You will need to upload the first page of your network airtime bill (or a copy of) which shows:The name of the customer (must match the name we have on your original order) Your mobile phone number The bill valueThe bill date


If you port your number over, then the phone number will not match -- Therefore are they saying you won't be able to claim the cashback?
mrchagle6 m ago

If you port your number over, then the phone number will not match -- …If you port your number over, then the phone number will not match -- Therefore are they saying you won't be able to claim the cashback?



I did a similar thing with mobilephonesdirect and I'm sure there was an option to do with porting a number over.
mrchagle8 m ago

If you port your number over, then the phone number will not match -- …If you port your number over, then the phone number will not match -- Therefore are they saying you won't be able to claim the cashback?


It only says the name and network must match, not the phone number.
Just to warm people, EE do this deal for £20, not £25... So not only do u get charged more, but they could decline the cashback with whatever excuse they can think of...

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Life is too short to have to deal with this sort of hassle (paper based cashback redemption). I'd rather pay more.
Goose7434 s ago

Life is too short to have to deal with this sort of hassle (paper based …Life is too short to have to deal with this sort of hassle (paper based cashback redemption). I'd rather pay more.


Agreed. Too much ballache... And risk...

Kindest regards
Too much ballache? Just to set a reminder on the bill date in your calendar for bills 3,5,7,9,12 , screen shot your bill from EE app and just upload and fill out form online to get Cashback paid back into your acc within 14 days . Lol a bargain for £7 a month , just coming off my three sim only plan that came around this time last year with mobile phones direct always got my Cashback and that worked out as £13 a month but after being with EE three are absolutely terrible for signal and speeds , the only thing I will miss is using it in the USA but I will get a three payg sim just for that I think
Goose743 h, 38 m ago

Life is too short to have to deal with this sort of hassle (paper based …Life is too short to have to deal with this sort of hassle (paper based cashback redemption). I'd rather pay more.



Paper based, no paper involved.

You log in and submit the relevant bill, job done.

Granted there is a chance they wont pay out the cashback.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 10th Feb
And another point, if he company go bust (like a lot of companies these days), you lose everything.. and can't even cancel your contract...

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Aaargh9th Feb

haha good luck mate, I didn't pay an 8 quid bill & I ended up with some …haha good luck mate, I didn't pay an 8 quid bill & I ended up with some credit company who bought the debt after me for 15 quid, still haven't paid it, suppose I should get round to it.


What's that done to your credit rating?
Does anybody know if you can tether on this plan and how much data if possible
Palty amount of data and an annoying amount of cashback.
rhysccfc319th Feb

Cold, hate silly cashback deals, have to fight every month to get it back.


Don't find it difficult. Just upload your bill as requested and money is put in your account. I suppose it's the hassle of doing it
firstofficer10th Feb

Going to allow this.The bills have to be sent by post every month.A lot of …Going to allow this.The bills have to be sent by post every month.A lot of forums online where they refuse to pay saying they've not got the paper.And then all subsequent cashback is also lost..Cold as ice.Kindest regards


Do it online then
Dillz_9th Feb

I'm with EE right now, that's why I'm wondering. It won't require any …I'm with EE right now, that's why I'm wondering. It won't require any network movement.


It may be for new connections only
Luckyfrog9th Feb

I called three earlier to cancel my contract as their was a better deal …I called three earlier to cancel my contract as their was a better deal available after cash back and they refused to match it. I called them another time as well to cancel telling them I could get a better deal with cashback if I cancelled and reapplied on the same network and got told it takes 30 days to cancel so I'll be paying for two sims until the first one gets cancelled so I said to the operator I want to cancel as I'm saving £75 just for reapplying and as I was currently paying 12, even if I did up paying for two sims I'll still be saving 63 pounds and he insisted that £20 a month is a good deal even though that same deal would cost 14 pounds a month after the cashback through topcashback. I asked him why he couldn't just match the offer available on topcashback and apply the credit to my account or give me a equivalent deal and he then says £20 is a really good deal and you could start using it straight away and I said if I order the new SIM I'll get my cashback and it would arrive the next day. He then tells me I'm a loyal customer and if I leave and reapplied I'll lose my bonus so I told him your £20 a month deal is available to everyone so what loyalty discount are you giving me so he then ask if I wanted a contract phone, I said sure how much is a galaxy s9 with at least 12gb data and he gave me a really rubbish deal so I say I'll get this deal cheaper if I apply online through topcashback I've had similar experiences with Virgin media broadband & EE who all refuse to offer the same or better prices to existing customers and in all cases I've had to cancel and reapply for the best deals after cashback


I had a similar experience. Three know they have the cheapest data plans. So they don’t care. I used to pay £15 per month for unlimited everything including tethering. They changed my ‘outdated’ tariff and it was £29. So I opted for the unlimited data, max 30gb tethering and 200 mins for £23. Annoying paying £8 more for less. Since then I’m on a new plan. Unlimited everything and tethering for £19.99. I’m happy with that. I make use of their feel at those abroad.
Fonehouse must be expecting to not pay the cashback, for one reason or another, on a lot of these contracts to actually make a profit.
These leechers would do anything to not pay your cashback. Any delays of receiving your monthly statement would be enough to holdback your cashback.
jjabbar15 m ago

These leechers would do anything to not pay your cashback. Any delays of …These leechers would do anything to not pay your cashback. Any delays of receiving your monthly statement would be enough to holdback your cashback.


You have 60 days from bill date to submit it though
I used to work for a moble company and it was a nightmare trying to get cash back for our customers from these companies. Always told us they had broken one of the conditions even though they had not amd then refused to pay. Give it a go if u want, i wouldnt.
the.porter9th Feb

You will be fine mate as long as you claim intime it’s guaranteed .


Genuinely asking - what if 'Fonehouse' go pop? I'm assuming that would mean no cashback as there will be no recourse back to EE. I have no reason to think they will go pop, just thought it is a potential pitfall.
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