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EE Sim only. 12 months contract | 20GB data / unlimited mins + texts = £16/month. Available to new and existing customers (£192 total)
Found 15 h, 25 m agoFound 15 h, 25 m ago
Called EE to upgrade and was offered 20gb unlimited mins and text for £16. Offer available to all customers - new and existing. Was also offered an upgrade from pay as you go: 25g… Read more
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I’m on f&f also and to take advantage of it you really need to be on a deal with a handset. But you can get 20gb for £14.70 on sim only, they do a standard plan 20gb for £21 then your discount. If you’ve no intention of ever getting a more expensive handset plan f&f really isn’t gonna benefit you much.


I'm on EE Max plan and have little to no Internet when in crowded areas in central London, so Max plan does not help much. It's so bad that Spotify often stops streaming. I have to rely on WiFi most of the time. In my flat only 3G is available despite postcode checker showing 4G indoors :/ . Speed test done just now: 1.8 Mbps DL and 0.3 UL. Outside London it's been brilliant.


I've had friends and family on ee but I think you get better deal without.. Been over paying for years.. Got 2bg for 17 quid as never changed it grr.. The f and f gets 30% of regular prices or phone deals.. If I ring to match a deal it loses the discount.. Any tips? Better off without f and f or anyone got it to work out for them on a phone or sim only or whatever.?


EE are really ‘slow’ on the non-Max plans, I wish they weren’t this slow. I want at least 300Mbps down and up (devil) ;) . Tested on Friday afternoon, in the middle of a big city. Basic plan that costs me £8 a month.


I don't think some people would benefit.... I was on the max plan then downgraded to paying half the price and losing the Max features and yet I've never seen a drop in speeds despite my account clearly showing as their standard account. Speed tests never changed for me and I downgraded about 5 months ago. As I posted above, I'm getting 110Mbps so clearly no restriction for me.

Leave EE Home Broadband Contract Early
21/01/2019Expires on 21/01/2019Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Due to a price increase to out of bundle call charges from 22/01/19 you may be free to leave your EE Home Broadband contract early without early termination charge if you believe t… Read more
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Another issue I raised with Ofcom about EE & Virgin practices from own experience and moving providers mid contract was removing applied discounts for higher early termination costs. 2 days ago Ofcom ruled against both. £13.3 million in fines.... ie don’t believe anything EE staff have been trained to tell you. Trained to lie.


Can anyone help and provide sample of letter which need to be sent to EE registered office please. Would be very grateful.


I disagree. How the customer has used the line so far is completely irrelevant. What matters is how they are going to use the service for the remainder of the contract. The customer has a contract for broadband and phone line for a specific level of service and a set of charges. EE is changing this. By your logic the phone company is entitled to say that as their customer hasn't yet made much use of the phone line it will be disconnected, the monthly fee will remain the same and the customer will be unable to leave or renegotiate until the end of their contract. Presumably EE has to follow a set procedure and give its customers at least 30 days notice of a price rise. In this case, customers should be allowed to leave. If, as you say, customers are not affected by these changes then there would be no need for EE to tell people about them, let alone give the official notice period. EE expect their customers to continue paying for their phone lines as per the original contracts, so the same should be expected of EE.


Go for it, a detriment is not for EE to define. They are changing a Term of your T&C (by changing charges) and thus any EE requested change for you to accept is to your detriment. This is why by contract law they MUST give minimum 30 days advance notice. The “charges” change will effect your minimum term and precontractual assessment of costs for the agreed minimal contracted term. Thus the detriment is clear, you may sustain higher costs in the minimum term period. Send notification in writing to EE Registered Office recorded/registered delivery, it’s a legal notice. This will give the Ombudsman more power on your case because they have to define cases with legislation not EEs wish list. If you provide evidence you followed the T&C with notice to the legal office of EE of termination and they refused that’s only going to go in your favour. It’s a rEd hErring - if there was no proposed contract changes a detriment would not exist and EE would not have to follow contract law and give you 30 days minimum notice of the proposed changes... They would just change the charges without notification as they would be legally entitled to do so, but they ain’t. Did ‘high level complaints’ tell you they were sending you the Ofcom duty bound complaints process ‘deadlock’ letter ? Keep us updated.


Thanks, since my last update I've had 2 further calls supposedly going up the seniority levels. Each were more pleasant, but the both ultimately said their system says I'm not suffering material detriment and so there's nothing they can do. I think the next stage is the ombudsmen/OFCOM I believe as they say they've reached their top level for complaints. I haven't read on here anyone that has been accepted to leave yet based on these changes.

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EE 30 day no credit check 2000min 10GB  sim £15 @ EE
Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Card/voucher payment only. Double data for three months. A great short term/stop gap sim or build a account up with EE. Call EE and negotiate at near the end of month three ;)… Read more

I’ve just ordered 2 of these flex sims for me & my bird, I’m on EE at the moment but I’m only getting 2000 mins & 2Gb data, just phoned to give my 30 days notice Thanks op :) (y)


No discounts, building a payment record with any mobile company will always usually go favourably, don’t pause your Flex plan for the first three months and at the near end of the third month call EE and ask for a PAC or what is available to you on a 30 day contract sim, they may even offer you a 12m sim at that point.


Could this be combined with the 20% student discount/would it help to buildmy credit rating? Cheers


Well you get this then (y) 🏻 Or look for a EE retailer deal elsewhere, it gets added to your account by EE when the retailer processes it.


Yet best EE can offer me me for a second line with a discount is £10 for 250mb data plus unlimited calls/texts

Huawei P20 lite on EE - Unlimited Mins and Texts, 10GB Data plus FREE Nintendo Switch (24month - ZERO Upfront) £912 total @ EE
TODAYTODAYFound 6th NovFound 6th Nov
I thought this was a brill offer if you were looking for a new phone, and a Nintendo Switch to play with! Unlimited Minutes and Texts, with 10GB of Data for £38 per month on a 24 … Read more

Not at all, I wouldn't mind it myself!


yeah 20% still not too bad though.


Ah :( That would work for bringing the P20 Pro down to £42 too


Unidays code


What code?

EE Christmas offer - Free Nintendo switch (selected contracts)
TODAYTODAYFound 6th NovFound 6th Nov
First deal in a while -Free Nintendo switch on 10gb EE priceplans on selected handsets. Also available with friends and family discount if you have one. Nokia 3.1 @ £33 pm Huawei… Read more

I did exactly this too, but as an upgrade (already with EE) via retentions department. The free Switch wasn't mentioned during the call, but I got a text saying I've qualified for it. Did you confirm with them that you were definitely due one? Im worried i'll somehow not qualify (even though I got a text to that effect)


So with a 20% discount code (NHS, unidays or even friendly ee sales person) , the p20 lite is £30/month, or £720 over the 2 years. £720 - 150 (switch) - 220 (p20 lite) - 100 cashback =£250, or just over £10/month for 10gb of data Still seems good value to me, and the switch is brand new with warranty


Got a Switch for £150 off Facebook marketplace & a Huawei P20 Lite for £220 from Very. Pay monthly contracts are always a rip off


With the EE 20% discount (NHS, Unidays etc) this seems competitive? i.e. the P20 Pro with switch for £42/month?


Just managed to pick up a p20 pro for £33 a month with 20gb data and no upfront cost along with the free switch just by calling ee and telling them I had seen an offer on carphone warehouse

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro EE Upgrade Deal £46.40 per month 60GB Max Plan - £1113.60 @ EE
Found 24th OctFound 24th Oct
Upgrade deal for the Huawei Mate 20 Pro on EE. £58 for 60GB and unlimited texts and calls on the max plan. Use code employee20bmw for 20% off which brings it down to £46.40 per mon… Read more

No, after getting the dispatch notifications I had a message from Ed about my new plan, I then checked my ee app and it was all updated to the new plan etc. Then in the add ons section it has the 20% discount in there so all went through fine on its on. Ps. The phone is excellent, hopefully you get yours soon (y)


Mine has been dispatched, but no DPD notification yet. Did you have to chase up using the code, Bujok? Enjoy your new phone!


Mines just been.delivered. anyone else?


I've just had a notification from dpd that mine is due to be delivered tomorrow?! Anyone.else had the same?


Had to phone them. Used unidays code but didn't go through. But a quick call like the poster above and it was sorted. It doesn't appear on my addons but I've check with them and they have the 20% off plus 500mb extra (which i can see). (yeah like you need extra 500mb on 60gb) Had to send email proof about discount but that wasn't an issue. EE are a bit useless with these things.

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They do armed forces so they might to blue light one.


Don't suppose they'd do the Emergency Services 20% deal on top of this would they???


Yay! Got it second attempt, thanks OP! (y)


Definitely a 12 month contract. Don’t see why it would expire.


Because of the way that price is structured, would it expire after 12 months?

EE Samsung Galaxy S9 - Retention Deal - 30gb Data / Unlimited Texts and Calls - £38pm x 24 months = £912
LocalLocalFound 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Just upgraded to a Samsung S9 on a fab EE deal over the phone. No upfront cost, unlim texts, unlim calls, 30GB data for £38 pm and free next day delivery. As ive been a customer fo… Read more

Oooh look the grammar police are out again. Loser keyboard warriors. Get a proper job sweety. Boohoo.


OP on a serious note retentions have had you off. This is a shockingly bad deal for retentions especially for an S9 and on an essential plan as opposed to max plan. If you don't mind me saying use the 14 day cancellation period to look at other deals, or wait until black Friday weekend.


Lool good on you for working hard and paying for it with your hard earn money. Just buy it up front then and stop wasting it on being on contract if you really can afford it.


I have a job to, but wouldn't pay an extra £5 a month, just because I can't negotiate very well! You could use the £5 for grammer lessons??


Lucky you... lots struggle to make ends meet!

EE (pay monthly & pay as you go) FREE calling abroad add on (reduces costs by up to 97%)
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Apologies if this has been posted before, but a search on here did not reveal anything. This post is for anyone who could have reason to call abroad, such as to Australia. There … Read more

Just in case anyone is monitoring this thread for options how to call abroad, I have signed up to powerVOIP - I WOULD *NOT* RECOMMEND - they are cheap (3p plus 0.6p/min approx), BUT shockingly they charge about 25% above face value for the credit!!! So I thought to try the next few on the search engine posted on page 1 - they are all from the same Luxembourg company & I don't fancy signing up to find that they do the same! I have now tried FreeVOIPdeal, also part of Dellamont SARL, who also charge above face value for their credit - approx 4% for CC & 6% for PayPal (compared to around 25% at sister company PowerVOIP). Call quality is excellent & the range of options great - you can use the browser on your mobile as a dialer and talk through the mobile, use a SIP phone (I got a cheap 2nd hand Gigaset off eBay), download an app (won't be trying) and for a connection fee of 3.5p plus the extra cost per minute of the 1st call (free if a UK landline) set it up to call number A and connect it to number B. i. e. Call aunt in UK & connect her to her brother in Australia! Whoop! EDIT: I found another very useful 'deal' for those going to Australia or with friends/family there, but it was rejected on here! Unfortunately having spent quite a bit of time typing it up, I have now lost access to the full text, but I'll give brief details; Australian pay & go service with 10GB data, unlimited calls/SMS/MMS within Australia & unlimited calls (standard landlines & mobiles) to 10 countries including the UK for AU$30 (approx £16.50) every 4 weeks (no commitment). Includes tethering too. See oh forgot to say found this via a great site called, where the sim has been recommended for over 5 years.


Best way is what I’m using WhatsCall just collect credits and you get min


Thank you - comments like that make taking the time to post worthwhile!


Thanks for this. Got bit bill shock when I was calling ROI last week. But crazy this add-on does not come standard being free. Huge difference in costing.. Thanks


If you have a calling plan activated from PlusNet (landline) then you can call max 1000 minutes per month free of charge to over 70 countries via 0870 494 0750. It's a Service offered by these guys: If you have any questions, send them a message via their website.

EE offer via Vouchercodes website - New customers
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
£152 for 12m/£12.67 a month

Same it is 12 month term. Let's hope VC payout eventually.


Wouldn’t expect so given VC know the error existed


(lol) (y)


Showing that it’s a 12mth, EE have applied a loyalty discount which reduces the bill to £21, fine with that as vouchercodes have acknowledged the initial EE error


I would check you two are still on 12m terms^

Free PAYG EE sim card get £10 FREE credit plus txts, mins, data. No top up req @ EE / Quidco
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Note: You pay absolutely NOTHING this is FREE! £10 free credit, free sim cards, £9 cash back, free minutes, free data and free texts. Hi guys this is hard to believe, I did this … Read more
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Ee said unless you received a xkn order number confirmation email you will not receive any Sims


Did anyone ever receive their sim cards


Nope, ordered 2 SIMs but neither arrived.


No SIMs ever arrived unfortunately. Did anyone apart from the OP manage to get the free credit/pack?


Phoned EE other day was informed unless you received a xkn order number confirmation email you will not receive any Sims, I asked why I have received confirmation email saying Sims on way to me but no order number, was informed it must of been a glitch and you can only buy PAYG EE Sims from a store like newsagents or supermarket :/

4GEE 200GB for £50/month - New price drop > EE Mobile Broadband
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Dedicated Data Plan - One for few people like me who can't get broadband from the local exchange. If like me, you know EE has the strongest signal and fastest network speed they … Read more

Three do an unlimited date, txt & calls sim for £27 (12m contract) or £32 (1m contract) on the advanced plan. Its apparently literally "all u can eat". See attached. Think im going for it


It might well be but what else would you suggest?


Rip Off! Cold ❄


Easier to achieve it take out a existing customer new 3 sim contract 30gb on offer now for £16 with £60 Quidco cashback go to three uk chat depends who you get at the end some agent will say your not allowed some agents will make you happy for becoming a new three customer. (Remember do it before your 14 days cooling period I did moan I wanted to pay a extra £2 for the 100gb £18 they said no a couple of times next.) I asked hence about my unlimited minutes I will never ever use drop me down to 600 minutes came back with £14 600minutes AYCE 30gb hotspot and unlimited text with binge only 20 days old contract and if my £60 cashback comes in March win win. (cheeky) Nothing to lose at the end of the day always try it can be done even your in contract.


Microsoft updates you can change to a metered connection so it doesn't auto update.

EE 40gb of data Sim only ultd both and 40gb for £19
LocalLocalFound 27th SepFound 27th Sep
I'm half way through an EE contract and often using up my data. After seeing the virgin sim only offers I tried the online chat and managed to get 15gb added for an extra £3. My ne… Read more
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EE are tight this year I would suggest join virgin mobile


Has anyone had any deals to replace last year's 2 sim 30gb for 24.99 deal. Just finished the 12 month period for mine.


ID mobile does a rollover data plan.


My EE has no rollover & some months I have a couple of gig left over that they take back, yet another month I need the lot & more. Will EE do rollover if asked? Who does a rollover sim?


Ya but you cannot get Maxx on Sim only anymore...cannot negotiate a better plan (unless they will just give a discount).

Free IPhone Xs £68/pm 24 months 50GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts £1623 or XsMax with Large Data Deals on EE @ Mobile phones direct
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
IPhone Xs 64Gb on EE. Free Phone £67.00 per month / 24 months £68.00 before cashback 50GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts £24 Auto Cashback IPhone Xs Max 64Gb on EE. Free P… Read more
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Ok thanks. And reading back you have answered that question already before I asked. I must read everything from now on! Ha. Thanks I’m going to try for this deal


It was with EE,I just went on live chat and asked them to better this deal.... And that’s what they came back with.


Hi. What network is this? I’m looking to upgrade but they want £670 upfront and £43 a month!!!!!!!!!!!! That’s EE. How did you get the offer?


In February


Unlimited texts? Bargain (y)

EE retention 20gb data unlimited text and mins - £8pm x 12 months = £96
LocalLocalFound 25th SepFound 25th Sep
So 18+ months ago there was a deal on here 4gb data unlimited calls and texts on the max plan (includes BT sport) for £5 this increased to £6 after a while. So when I called to i… Read more
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got today offer after calling reten. team 6gb for 10£ , unlm min and txt. 12 months just to let u know


Just got 40GB data unlimited calls and texts with EE for £20 a month. Took broadband and line rental with them too so get an extra 5GB per month and £75 prepaid Master card also for £20 a month


this offer is still available?


Also tried to get EE to play ball on this promo, or any! I’ve been with them for a good few years and they just kept banging the £20 for 20gb drum. This is two weeks after the pac code has come through too. Any ideas on whether it’s worth continuing to try?


Don’t know why this is posted as it’s individual depending on current deal and loyalty..!

EE Retentions deal - Samsung Note 9 100gb superfast Data and unl min and texts £53 p/m
LocalLocalFound 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
I have managed to snag a deal with EE. I have got a samsung note9 128gb with 100gb superfast data unlimited minutes and texts with no upfront cost. With the usual ise in a varity o… Read more
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I dont know where you live, but in Central London, you can put two EE/BT Max speed and EE Essential speed/Virgin/Plusnet etc sim cards side by side . Both will show 4G full signal but one will download and other one will just not download even if you have 100gb or unlimited data in your account. If you try to use voip , it will be choppy on EE essentials. If i go out of London, or outskirts of London , it works fine .Real use is even worse than what they say because i guess they are using some throttling or priority system rather than maximum speed as in case of wired broadband .


Quarter speed ? Have you even looked at the speeds? You won't see much difference in real time use. Which is what EE have just told me an hour ago. I'm currently on the max plan and haven't even got 4g at my home address. Currently on H+


£53 u having a laugh?


It's full max.. Still pricey... But comparatively not bad...


Is it on EE max speed plan or quarter speed EE essentials plan ? If its on max plan it is a good deal , but if on essentials, it is not a good deal .EE has two speeds so do you become first class passenger witj them or third class ?

EE retention 40gb sim only for £18 / month x 12 months - £216
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Rang up EE to get my PAC number as was going to leave EE to go to virgin for the 45gb sim only for the same price. Decided that the extra 5gb wasn’t worth giving up WiFi calling … Read more
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Looked at bt mobile. If your a new customer they chuck a MasterCard gift at you and the monthly rental is reduced. If your an existing broadband customer they offer you non


I did get a call from them but it was a week later and I had already ordered a new deal from elsewhere. I told them but still no offer. The only thing they cared about was texting me this week when my number had transferred, asking for feedback. Very strange but clearly the combination of BT/EE is less beneficial for the consumer yet the government did not think so and just got them to spin off openreach.


Does BT have proper WiFi calling yet like EE. ??


Did exact same to me. They used to try and keep you on phone for ages. Then a day later someone called you back and gave you something even better


How did you get that, £20.00 credit they never offered me nothing

Retention deal EE -  UNL min, UNL TEXT,  12GB £10 - With kudos
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
I know that has retention deal, this isn't the best one to appear here. But the kudos to #BeckyRoache, for aiding me. The reason for her assistance is that I have aspergers and f… Read more
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Clicked on link, couldn't find offer doesn't exist


Heated for kind kudos comment


I'm struggling to get anything good from them. All they offer is what's on the website!


it there any way to check you usage on min and unused test , apparently into available when bought on you still have to pay to see to see you bill? thanks for any replies


I called them earlier to get my PAC but ended up with 2GB / unlimited / unlimited for £8 a month. It's a £14 tariff but with loyalty discounts and bonuses etc.

4GEE WiFi Mobile Broadband - 30GB for £20PM / 50GB for £30 (Includes device - 24 month contract ) using code @ EE
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
EEs new mobile broadband offers have gone live today, offering 30GB of 4G mobile data via WiFi for £20 on a 24 month contract, and 50GB for £30. For anyone travelling, this seems l… Read more

EE do 30GB for £15 per month on a 30 day rolling contract, so this deal means you are paying £120 for the dongle thingie, which seems steep. And a two year contract is not cool.


Good spot thanks. 50GB EE for £26 is decent.


Got to say I used My first months mobile data at the caravan and burned through 60gb in ten days watching netflix and prime with a bit of other streaming thrown in. Luckily I'd signed up for a 30 day contract and free mifi. Unless you are a virgin media customer I'd wait (They currently do unlimited calls/text/data for £25) Other providers often pop up with discounted deals similar. You can get a sim only data plan for 50GB for £26.25 from here


I can't see why anyone would go for a data sim deal like this when you could get a sim only deal with tons of inclusive minutes , text and more data for less money. Plus mifi's are a pain in the ar*e when you could just simply turn your phone into a mobile hotspot and tether numerous devices. My Xiaomi Redmi note 4 will run a portable hotspot for a lot longer time than a mifi does plus I only need to carry one device.


It's about the same price as a SIM only tariff (for a phone) with that amount of data so unless you use a lot of mobile data across multiple devices regularly why would you go for this?