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Vodafone Unlimited minutes, texts and 5G for £33 pm £18 pm after cashback 12m contract - Total £396 @ Fonehouse
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Posted 22 h, 30 m agoPosted 22 h, 30 m ago
IMPORTANT: make sure you select the "12 Months Unlimited Max" plan from fonehouse. This data plan is the one from vodafone which will not cap your data speed. It costs £33/month w… Read more
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MagicGS

Got iPhone XS Max so support all vodas 4g frequency’s including there 1500sdl band 32 I think and I’m getting good speeds most places in south Sussex areas. Seen 250mbs plus. Upload at 35mbs when sending full quality videos via telegram. Really pleased with voda and using my phone while on the move in the car the voice part is blanket coverage for me via 4g and in rural will drop to 2g if need be. These all seem what you expect from any mobile network but with three/ee this wasn’t the case. EE down in rural Sussex is shocking. I think Vodafone is def a premium network (why so many businesses use them for corporate). I’m on a fonehouse cashback deal but if they still want £30 sim only I will have to move again). Was with three on one plan for many years at £14 but three over the last year became too congested and unusable for me.

EndemicAlarm

Get it in writing and try to get out of the contract for service not provided? I've also found it erratic on the 10meg service (though only using 4g). Which means I'm unsure to what extent 10meg is actually sufficient. When they're on the ball it does 1080p60 video, no problem. I wouldn't recommend Vodafone as a blanket statement, but if you can live with in not being mission-critical level of service, you'll never beat it for the money. Only 3 will even come close, and they're way more location-dependant.

Millsy1

I honestly wouldn't bother with Vodafone ... I'm current stuck with the 60gb deal for £8 pm , wish I'd stayed with BT . 5 BAR of 4G and the download is so hit and miss when moment its 35meg and the next 0.1meg ... spent the last week of going through pointless tests before one tech admitted the my mask is over subscribed ! No chance to of speak to anyone in the UK only India call centres . Just goggle intermittent download and your see 100's of people with the same issue.

HankHandsome

If it was a literal £18.50 a month it would be some

Raj_Rajnicant

@rapid111111 Updated thread, thanks.

Three Unlimited minutes, texts and data multi-sim (5G) - £18/month = £216 total over 12 months / £10/month after cashback @ Fonehouse
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Posted 23 h, 5 m agoPosted 23 h, 5 m ago
The upfront cost for the deal is £18/month, which works out as £10/month after cashback. This is a 12 months contract. Key Features: Use with any SIM free handset Free SIM card … Read more
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paddy29

I've had a complete nightmare joining three on last deal. They started charging me on 22nd May and I still don't have a working sim. Their customer service is a joke.

TBC15

It's very very good value.

anonymous.

A friend of mine is on three paying £11 monthly for unlimited call text data he said he can't wait until his contract expires so he can leave He said youtube keeps on buffering

D3P0

Anyway, personally from 3 I haven't got any extension or increasing per year.. But every month very small charge for othe costs.. 10p..20p etc

Raj_Rajnicant

Yes, they put you onto a rolling contract, which basically means that if you don't tell them you want to terminate the contract before the end of 12 months, you'll be put onto another contract (usually which costs more, at least this is the common case with virgin media). I thought here we were talking about companies which forcefully increase the contract length? :s

Samsung Note 10 Plus 5G 256 GB - 100GB Data + Unlimited mins + Texts £34 pm for 24mths + £157.99 UF on Three via Fonehouse (£973.99 Total)
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
So another Note 10+ deal. I know Note 20 is coming - sure it will be c£1399 and tariffs will be c£70+ If you need latest gadget and your contract is not ending soon then DON'T buy… Read more
pchphil

Yeah, the upfront limit was set as £150 so never going to show, cheers buddy

aja_x

You need to set filter "by total contract cost" then make sure that data is set to >50GB and clear the "upfront cost" filter. for some reason the other deal (slightly more expensive) pops up as "popular" first on the list. Hope this helps.

ryh

I hope that Three and O2 merge, then Three gets improved coverage. (Last week, the European Court of Justice annulled the European Commission’s decision to block the 2016 merger).

pchphil

I can see £139.99 upfront and £35 a month which works out £980 so good price IMO. Voted hot, the haters gonna hate - just got a SIM only deal for the missus on three and looking to renew mine too so tempted

aja_x

Three is not perfect network - probably none is. Some people will like it others won't but this is the best deal around for N10+5g (please do challenge me) and it is on three. Some of you mentioned O2 and EE those networks are c.£300 - £400 more on total contract cost and this is with much less data. Sure if you are happy with (maybe faster) 5GB or less to bring this price to at least similar levers that this deal is definitely not for you. C'mon give me some love or point to a better deal :)

EE Unlimited Data (5G), Unlimited Minutes/Texts + Benefits, 12 Months, £38pm (poss £26.00pm after £144 Cashback) @ Fonehouse.co.uk
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
The £144 of cashback is by redemption (5 throughout the year) through Fonehouse.co.uk but you can also opt for the £85 auto cashback instead, which equates to £30.92 pm. I… Read more
jnm21

Sky is o2, that is not EE. To get 5G on o2, note Sky could be worse, I have to park on the main road (about half a mile from home)! Other than EE any other network is 4G only (for me & many many more), so this is worth a premium. Simple.

niktheguru

If you'd bothered to read my response you may have understood yourself. I did read the whole thread thanks. I didnt even mention apple, it was the other poster. I'll make it simpler I appreciate you said you're on a cheaper unlimited 5g deal with sky/o2 and I havent said that what you said was incorrect. I merely said that the deal posted was still a good deal FOR EE, and that certain people will want to stay with ee rather than just look for merely the best "5g unlimited deal", as speeds differ depending on area, and network. The poster has clearly written it's an EE deal, we all know there are cheaper deals on other networks. (The second deals are on hotukdeal for all to see!!) I have family members on sky and vodafone 5g tariffs and my 4g+ speeds beat their 5g speeds, so I would personally want to stay on ee if going to 5g unlimited....so in my case the above deal is a good deal. I do not mean to be rude or condescending.

Blitz0001

Because you haven’t read the thread at all. No one has said how good apple are. It was a comment that sky has a cheaper package, even for sim only on 5G. If you both would’ve bothered to look you’d see it

niktheguru

Have to say I agree with you. The above deal is pretty good deal, and surprised its been voted so cold. People have to take this into context, its a good deal for unlimited on EE, compared with any other 3rd party seller and EE direct. It is obviously not the best deal solely based on price as you can get cheaper on 3 and vodafone for example, but for different people the reception and speeds will be better on EE so they will want to stay on EE, so for these people (me included) this is a good deal.

jnm21

And you are saying more than most, none of which is wise... I'm not trying to turn this to apple hating - I don't hate apple (I do think their tech lags behind others & their prices are too rich for my tastes), hence I said I don't cold vote their deals! You should have listened to your own advice - get your facts straight before you start flaming. By the way I wasn't flaming up at anyone - I was simply saying that selfish/deluded voters get me angry. I don't know, if I use Apple example, I'm an apple hater, if I use the fiesta & ferrari I'm told it isn't relevant (or the Tesla M3 & Sandero thanks to @ax4132 - have to say I would be guessing what an M3 is, based on seeing Tesla cars (supercars?) on TV, but I took a test drive in a very unsexy Sandero that lost out to an uber sexy Alto). I'm still waiting for a deal, cashback reliant or otherwise that gets unlimited 5G on EE (or another network with the same/better 5G coverage in the UK) - I suspect it is going to be a long wait! I'll put my fiver down publicly that, at the time of your first post, there wasn't one. Heck it would be worth a fiver to hear of one that I missed since! Maybe another less controversial analogy; when MSE do a table of electric providers or savings accounts, they include a best of the big name companies - it is about realising that others may prefer a brand. Actually I think that analogy is worse - the Apple on is still good/best - you don't cold vote Apple deals because you can get cheaper mobile phones.

EE sim only deal 20gb data £22 per month - 12 month contract £264 Total via Fonehouse
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Cracking deal. Comes to £13 after £108 cashback (£22 before redemption).
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niktheguru

this deal isn't great, but if you want to stay on EE, fonehouse have very decent 5G sim only Smart tariffs on EE with good cashback (compared to buying from ee direct)

michellebennett94

I’m paying £20 a month for 100gb data unlimited calls and text. That’s through EE so might be worth checking their website first

Gerard_Walsh

I thought it was supposed to be warm out..very cold in here :|

Vodafone Sim Only - Unlimited Minutes + Texts, 60GB 5G Data £20pm (£144 cashback via redemption) - £240 total 12 months at Fonehouse
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Great offer for the 60GB sim - offering £144 of cash back (via online redemption) to drop the effective cost of the plan to just £8 on a 12 month contract. Sorry - can't link to … Read more
slaha11

It will work with 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G, depending on the phone you use, and network in the local area.

MrInk

This is for a 5G SIM. If I put it in my 4G phone would it work as 4G or would I need to request a 4G SIM?

OperaUK

I purchased this deal in April and realised 2-3 weeks later that they had £96 redemption instead of the £144 what I signed up for. Not being able to get through on phone and they aren't responding to my emails or messages via their contact servie (which seems to be inermittantly offline with error 500). I've left them poor feedback accordingly on TrustPilot reviews as they seem very unprofessional and con-artists. Any advise you can offer on this would be appreciated. Thank you.

faddy224

Thanks because I'm on Three and it's awful (lol)

SuperDan

In my experience, excellent. Fast and reliable. I keep sourcing Vodafone contracts so I don't have to change network (y)

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Three Sim Only - Unlimited Minutes and Texts, 12GB for £10pm (£72 cash back via redemption - effective £4pm - 12m) @ Fonehouse
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Great offer for the 12GB sim - offering £72 of cash back (via online redemption) to drop the effective cost of the plan to just £4 on a 12 month contract :) No uncertainty of tra… Read more
shamedbear3

I've received my Sims for both myself and my wife a few days back however neither of us had had our Tel number carried across yet despite submitting the PAC code through Fonehouse and Three

Siilver

How do you cancel within the cooling of period. Do it with 3 or fonhouse

menace4765

No just to another providers SIM takes a few days.

paddy29

Ordered this last week and haven't recieved yet, anyone else? I got email saying approved and an email from The saying welcome.

MrPeteBruce

you have to have ur sim turned to PAY AS YOU GO SIM then you have to wait a month and then you can transfer ur current number to this new sim deal. Nightmare i know I

iphone SE (2020) THREE network 30GB £29 / 24 months £19 upfront at Fonehouse
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
£29 a month £19 upfront 30 gb data unlimited mins and texts on Three network iphone 8 also available same deal for £26 a month, £39 upfront cost https://www.fonehouse.co.uk/mo… Read more
craig20

it's 24 month contract (y)

Muppet_Crazy

Great deal if you like the three network and 3 year contract. just ordered my mother iphone se 64gb £26 a month upfront £39 24 month contract o2 network with 30gb data.

Bendown

Why would anyone in their right mind want to get in debt for 3 years for a £400 phone. Two years is more than enough, if you need to do this due to finances I would recommend getting something within your budget.

pinkthing

I haven't done a lot of digging around, but that sounds like a decent deal. I'll check that one out. Thanks. Edit: Just noticed it's over 36mths so not so great.

Reaperblogger

Hello all, New to HDUK, believe this is my 1st post. What do people think to the deal on virgin mobile website Which is £0 upfront cost for new iPhone se 2020 unlimited mins and txt 30 Gb data at £26 a month for 36 months against this offer on fonephone? Thank you

Vodafone 5G Red Ent Sim - Unlimited Minutes and Texts, 60GB and Ent Sub for £27pm (£110 auto cashback - effective £17.83 - 12m) @ Fonehouse
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Not as cheap after cashback with other 60GB voda sims I've posted recently, however this is the Red Entertainment sim, which gives you a free Amazon Prime TV, Sky Sports TV, Spotif… Read more
freyabo

https://www.mobiles.co.uk/vodafone-sim-only-deals?tariffcode=BDACMFEB25&giftcode=DPLR1644685 There are a few good deals here, my friend. It is a reputable site - good luck, hope you find a suitable deal. Also, I wish you good health, take care. (highfive)

HSALIH48

hello every one, anyone know of a great SIM ONLY DEALS for Vodafone please, iam looking for unlimited minutes/txt and ideally unlimited data on 5g. 12 or 18, 24 months would be great, appreciate any help, iam type one diabetic and have ptsd, iv been in isolation for 4 month due to the corona virus risk. appreciate any feedback or advice, thank you.

Mentos

Worth checking alternative routes for the Entertainment pack you're choosing. It may be better to get the standard Red 60GB and get the entertainment separately. Think that would be the case if you plan to take Amazon Prime Video, as thats only £5.99/m. NB: You'll also lose the 100 int mins that come with Ent plans, in case thats important to you.

Mentos

Text: Entertainment to 97613. You should get a link back through which you can pick your entertainment bundle. https://www.vodafone.co.uk/cs/groups/configfiles/documents/assets/pdf_entertainment_pack_journey.pdf

Mentos

Are you sure. My wife took out the 5GB Red Ent two weeks ago and go 100 int mins. Worth checking the Vodafone site as Fonehouse/mobiles.co.uk don't always list things fully. If you check their site all the Ent plans have 100 int mins: https://www.vodafone.co.uk/mobile/best-sim-only-deals?cid=ppc-UK_19_AO_P_X_J_I_D_CBU_BAU_Drive_Text-Brand_Google_NA_NA_NA_Red Plans_Mix_Mix_NA_Exact&kpid=go_cmp-248246093_adg-17256393413_ad-336006126652_kwd-457013843917_dev-c_ext-63547699904_prd-&vfadid=248246093&gclid=Cj0KCQjwwr32BRD4ARIsAAJNf_2okDPqNbXiQnOXQp_1okaUj-dgWrfV8vP__c9QKs9Cbs0jOPeM-o0aAlBMEALw_wcB

Huawei P Smart 2020 128GB Midnight Black Smartphone Blue & Black - £184.99 Sim Free @ Fonehouse
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
I'm confused by this, Fonehouse say Kirin 810, GSM say Kirin 710, it also says comes with Google playstore, so maybe this is a refresh of the 2019 version, but with much better opt… Read more
geraldfitzsimons

great phone for must of us ... if mine broke i would buy another heat fae me

dragon2611

The one thing that would put me off another Huawei phone is their overly aggressive powersave settings, which as of yet i've not found a way to default them to off, you can change it on mass for all installed apps but for for new apps you have to go in and exempt the app each time. It has a terrible tendency to kill background apps, this is particularly annoying for apps that need to be running background services for notifications to work properly.

MrSwitch

(embarrassed) :D

ShamWow

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYoyJp2vJ_M For the Price its pretty mediocre Literally last years phone with a sligthly different shell, same 710, same Micro USB, mediocre cameras at this price, lots of far better phones with the price and this is still launching with android 9 Just get a p smart 2019 for nearly half the price

Gollywood

You're confused? What hope is there for the rest of us mere mortals?

iPhone XS 64GB in Three via Fonehouse-100GB Data £37pm+£48 Cashback = £840/£35pm £0upfront
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Best deal I’ve managed to find at the moment for anyone who’s after this phone without any upfront costs. The best I found for a 100GB data sim only from 3 is £15pm making it £480 … Read more
itsgun4u

Have taken two contracts with fonehouse. Paid first cashback on both. Rejected second cashback for both saying bill too early. After multiple mails they accepted there mistake and said they will instruct finance to pay. 2 months have passed and no payment yet for second cashback. No replies to mails after they said they will pay but not credited yet. Applied for third cashback and not heard anything yet from 20 days. I would suggest everyone beware of cashback form these guys. They will dupe you into lucrative cashback contract and get commission from network and I am sure they will soon pack up leaving you with expensive contracts. I am doing cashback contracts from almost 10 years never had any problems with phones4u, e2save, mobiles.co.uk and mobile phones direct. But fonehouse are really terrible and they won't even reply to your mails and during this period there contact number just disconnects after ivr. Go with any other cashback provider like e2save, mobiles.co.uk and mobile phones direct. First two e2save and mobile.co.uk are owned by Dixons group which owns Currys/pcworld/carphonewarehouse.

toyota1

aha that’s also something you’ll get used to. Was your previous device an android? You better get used to full screen incoming call (lol) really hope that will change in iOS 14 (fingers crossed!)

toyota1

don’t worry, you’ll get used to it fairly soon. I have the iPhone X and probably got used to the notch in about 20 minutes lol. Enjoy your new phone!

toyota1

It’s Apple with their clever business marketing strategy, naming the device iPhone 11 instead of the iPhone 11r makes people think they’ve got the successor of the iPhone X or Xs when in fact it’s actually the iPhone 11 Pro. I would also take the Xs over the 11 any time of the day lol

Boothatronanator

Good deal. Effectively makes the handset price £408

Vodafone SIMO - 12 month/ unlimited txt , minutes & 60GB Data £20 / 12months at Fonehouse + £150 cashback
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Refreshed 13th MayRefreshed 13th May30/06/2020Expires on 30/06/2020
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Increased cashback from £132 to now £150 (13/05)
Little bit more then mobiles.co.uk or affordable but quick pay cashback and easy do everything online. Also few pound topcashback
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Djpal123

Is this still available? Can’t find on fonehouse website

dwvl

You have signed up to a 12-month contract. Yes, you will be charged. But you do have a 14-day cooling-off period to cancel with no charges. You need to do that.

dwvl

This is very true. If you ask Vodafone about it, they'll probably say you need to change to Vodafone PAYG for at least 30 days. This is NOT TRUE. As SuperDan says, you can use your PAC to transfer out of Vodafone to any non-Vodafone PAYG SIM for 1 day minimum, then PAC into your new Vodafone SIM 1 day later if you like. I've used AsdaMobile PAYG a couple of times, because you can top up with as little as £1, so you don't lose much credit when you PAC out again. It is possible your existing phone might be locked to Vodafone, in which case it would be best to get them to unlock it before you PAC out. What I don't know is whether you can PAC Vodafone --> VOXI --> Vodafone over the course of only 2 or 3 days (as VOXI is Vodafone-owned). Which would be handy if your phone is locked to Vodafone, or if Vodafone is the only cell signal you get in your area...

SuperDan

Happy to be corrected, but my understanding is that you can't port number from/to the same network. So, you need to insert an extra step. 1. Request the PAC code from Vodafone (no need to do anything else to cancel, when the number moves your contract with Vodafone will end). 2. Source a non-vodafone SIM (when we did this recently we picked up a £10 PAYG bundle on O2). 3. Use the Vodafone PAC to cancel the Vodafone contract and move your number to the non-vodafone PAYG sim. 4. Order (or have ordered earlier in the process) this Vodafone SIMO deal from Fonehouse. DON'T put a PAC Code in when checking out (it's bad practice to port your number before you've had a chance to see that you are happy with everything on the new contract - price, signal strength, etc.). 5. Get the new Vodafone SIM up and running, check your data/cost within the Vodafone app to make sure everything is how you expect it to be. 6. Now pick up the non-vodafone SIM that is currently (since step 3) carrying your old/permanent phone number. Request a PAC code from the non-vodafone network. 7. Go to the Vodafone website, and fill out the "bring my number to Vodafone form". You'll need the SIM card serial number, the new phone number that the new Fonehouse Vodafone SIM is set up on, your PAC code from the non-vodafone network, and your old/permanent phone number that you wish to keep. 8. You'll get to select the date you wish to port. Any credit/allowance on the non-vodafone SIM will be lost when the port completes. Pretty sure it's possible to do all this on a PAYG SIM without topping up at all, but we did because we used the non-vodafone number for a few days whilst we were sorting the Fonehouse one out.

SSRR87

Maybe someone can answer this as I called but the waiting was too long. I signed up for this deal but then decided to go with Voxi. I got the SIM in the mail by haven't activated it. Will I be charged or can I just not activate and it all be over? Do I have to cancel the contract?

Vodafone U/L Data, Mins & Text 12 month contract £24 / month but after cashback £12 / month @ Fonehouse
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Vodafone Multi Sim Card Unlimited Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 12 Month Vodafone New Contract This deal comes with £144 cashback which effectively reduces the month… Read more
itsgun4u

Have taken two contracts with fonehouse. Paid first cashback on both. Rejected second cashback for both saying bill too early. After multiple mails they accepted there mistake and said they will instruct finance to pay. 2 months have passed and no payment yet for second cashback. No replies to mails after they said they will pay but not credited yet. Applied for third cashback and not heard anything yet from 20 days. I would suggest everyone beware of cashback form these guys. They will dupe you into lucrative cashback contract and get commission from network and I am sure they will soon pack up leaving you with expensive contracts. I am doing cashback contracts from almost 10 years never had any problems with phones4u, e2save, mobiles.co.uk and mobile phones direct. But fonehouse are really terrible and they won't even reply to your mails and during this period there contact number just disconnects after ivr. Go with any other cashback provider like e2save, mobiles.co.uk and mobile phones direct. First two e2save and mobile.co.uk are owned by Dixons group which owns Currys/pcworld/carphonewarehouse.

jnm21

Voted cold, that is very much a limit on data - tempted to flag as spam - posting these deals without 2Mbps in title is akin to spam & not to even mention it in OP is totally bonkers! Who in their right mind would not regret this purchase? Someone with a 2G phone - nope, no need for 'unlimited data'. I've got it someone with a 5G GPS Tracker - nope, no need for 'unlimited data'! Someone who gets no landline BB, 3G or 4G, but half a bar of 5G?

bpanther

Soz data was not unlimited it was 60GB.

bpanther

Got this not long ago but uncapped for £6.

greenant

Indeed, 10 is enough for HD, but this deal (Lite/2) certainly isn't. To rub salt in the wound, can get a 5G connection at no extra cost but it would still be limited to 2mbps. I'm in a dilemma whether to go for the Max plan, but my tests (with a payg sim, so no speed restrictions) pin the speed at between 9mbps and 30mbps depending on which mast it decides to connect to. At the same location (and same equipment) I got between 50mbps and 66mbps on EE. At a different location a few miles away (with same equipment) I got as fast as 80mbps on Vodafone and 86mbps on EE. I noticed that Vodafone (in both locations when at the faster speeds) reported between 1% and 6% data loss - not sure how that would impact real-time apps like voice and video chat. Hmmm. Still, current offers put Vodafone much cheaper than EE. Even Three has increased their prices.

Iphone 11 pro 512GB on Three (8GB data) £28 a month + £219.99 upfront = £891.99 @ Fonehouse
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
28 per month 8GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts
cudsy

Everybody just got refunded

leanne.bird

Gutted I missed this

Sebeq

Right. Status transaction on my account still pending.

JohnnyRoller

My earmarked funds were released back available today, no refund required as they never took anything. It was just a pre authorised transaction, which they cancelled.

Sebeq

Still waiting for refund (upfront £219) (confused) Did anyone already receive a refund?

Iphone 11 pro gold - £9.99 Up Front / £34pm x 24 Months - Total Cost £825.99 @ Fonehouse
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
£9.99 UPFRONT £34.00 three per month / 24 months More info 100GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 24 Month Three Contract Not sure if price is a glitch but ordered one.
Get deal*Get deal*
JesusisLord

I never get any of theae deals. I am sure that making saving glitch is not enough to get any of these deals How on earth do you guys do these things. I read about them a week after the glitch is over. Also most times the deal don't even make mention of anything like glitch

Craig_ward

I was thinking the same as it does not state a minimum order amount

Horrorwood

Not really, most people will think they are idiots for making the mistake.

MarmiteMiner

Of course this would be beneficial to them. Give everyone a £20 voucher to spend as compensation = sales to them. There’s no such thing as bad advertising, especially if it’s free. Think how much money they would pay to companies to advertise on their behalf, £20 is a bargain to them, and if somebody decides to take a phone out to save £20 even better for them.

gazw891

Anybody got any ideas what the terms are for the £20 gesture? Can you just get £20 of accessories etc?

iPhone 11 Pro Max deal - £194.99 Up Front / £34pm x 24 Months - Total Cost £1,010.99
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
£194 down and £34 a month for a space grey 256gb iPhone 11 Pro Max. Can help but think it may be mistake but have ordered one and got a confirm email
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shaffymiddlesex

Cancelled

Dj_Spike

Cancellation email and text but order says processing. :/

dave.obrien

Mine was cancelled too

rodman

You wish, you need min 1K to afford it.

marco67

Cancelled, it was worth a shot though.

Three Sim Only - Unlimited Minutes and Texts, 8GB for £8pm (£60 cash back via redemption - effective £3pm - 12m) via Fonehouse
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Similar to the affordable mobiles deal, this time around there's more cash back on offer, £60 to be exact dropping the effective monthly cost to just £3 per month! As always with… Read more
dlozuk

First bill with 3 available via the THREE app. Have definitely been setup correctly on £8 for 8gb plan.

outLANDish

Except not on Month 11 but 12 (y)

Linda_Quinn

thanks dfor that , will do the same with my phone.

rufnek2kx

Yes. Every odd numbered month of the contract, except the first. I've set recurring reminders on my phone.

Linda_Quinn

Ive never went with a cash back deal , do i just put it for it at certain months yes ?

Unlimited sim,12 month contract with three £18pm / £10 after cashback @ Fonehouse
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Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
Unlimited everything 12 month contract 18 pound before cashback 10 pound after cashback Easy claim cashback Also 4 pound topcashback
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itsgun4u

If you look at cashback terms bill has to be submitted not too soon or too late within cashback period. Check t&c for nitty-gritty. My bill was for correct month and claimed within correct window. Later they admitted there mistake and said they have dates wrong in their system which invalidate my claim as according to them that was my third claim which I made too early. But that was indeed my second claim. After they admitted to there mistake they promised they will amend my contract date in there system and instruct finance to pay my account. No payment been made after that mail and no response to multiple emails after that admission. This is story of my first contract. For my second contract they rejected saying same thing and I have explained them that got it wrong and now no replies to my multiple mails. Now third claim for the two contracts is also pending from three weeks. I think they are soon going to packup and they should not be allowed on hukd.

giltbrook

What did they mean by saying, 'bill too early? When exactly are you supposed to send the invoices in, when Three issues the invoice, or when it is paid out of your bank account?

itsgun4u

Have taken two contracts with fonehouse. Paid first cashback on both. Rejected second cashback for both saying bill too early. After multiple mails they accepted there mistake and said they will instruct finance to pay. 2 months have passed and no payment yet for second cashback. No replies to mails after they said they will pay but not credited yet. Applied for third cashback and not heard anything yet from 20 days. I would suggest everyone beware of cashback form these guys. They will dupe you into lucrative cashback contract and get commission from network and I am sure they will soon pack up leaving you with expensive contracts. I am doing cashback contracts from almost 10 years never had any problems with phones4u, e2save, mobiles.co.uk and mobile phones direct. But fonehouse are really terrible and they won't even reply to your mails and during this period there contact number just disconnects after ivr. Go with any other cashback provider like e2save, mobiles.co.uk and mobile phones direct. First two e2save and mobile.co.uk are owned by Dixons group which owns Currys/pcworld/carphonewarehouse.

SantoshKaushik

Is this SIM 5G enabled?

sebocardiff

Someone told to get cashback you need send paper bill by post but I do not know is true or not . I have contract from fonehouse and claim cashback by their website. Quick and easy

Samsung S10 Plus - 512GB - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts & 100GB Data for £39 per month, 0 upfront on Three @ fonehouse
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Thought this was a good price for a brand new 512GB S10 plus on contract. Samsung S10 Plus - 512GB - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts & 100GB Data for £39 per month, 0 upfr… Read more
Dan2612

Be careful of those as you have to pay £51 per month then claim cashback.

Paul_Gannon

Go to the site. Gives both EE and Vodafone. EE is only £1 more expensive for more data

yozzman1234

If this was with EE or Vodafone offering the same monthly plan it would be hot . But three are just awful and getting worse year on year and not improving there 4G or 5G capacity.

Dan2612

Woops. Thanks, updated the description

hencoappel

24 months for those wondering.

iPhone SE 2020 on EE - Unlimited Minutes and Texts, 20GB Data for £31 per month and 0 upfront (24mo - 6mo Apple Music / Britbox) @ fonehouse
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Another iPhone SE 2020 offer, this time around it's EE via fonehouse, offering 20GB of data with unlimited minutes and texts for £31 per month on a 24 month contract. 3 Months o… Read more
IamChris

Not sure why this is cold, is there a cheaper way to get this on EE with 20gb data?

fredstar786

Yep, I thought so.

godber_

Its definitely a 36 month contract, but just that can upgrade after 24 months, just checked it, crafty buggers

DannyCouzens

Yeah I get that and it wouldn't be a bad idea @ £200 ish but double that for this you must be mad!

SquallLeonheart

There is definitely a market for this device, just crazy that it's so lazy from Apple reusing this design which was already dated. That combined with the battery is quite shocking really.