Free cineworld ticket with ovivo sim (worth £5-£10) when signing up to them (costs £20) but with £18 credit
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Free cineworld ticket with ovivo sim (worth £5-£10) when signing up to them (costs £20) but with £18 credit

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Found 21st Feb 2014
- 250 minutes
- 300 texts
- 500MB of data
- £0 per month (forever)
- £15 worth of credit to use on other things
- No contract
- Free Cineworld ticket (worth £5-£10)
- Yes £0 per month!!!

Im sure you are all aware of the ovivo sim deal by now but buy a sim for £20 and get a free cineworld cinema ticket + £15 of credit to use with your mobile. Transfer your existing mobile phone number to them and they will give you another £3. Potentially spend £2 and get 250 mins, 300 texts and 500mb of internet and 1 free cineworld ticket

All you need to do is buy the sim before 20 march!!
- sofiasar

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Forgot to mention £20 "sign up" fee!

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sairendipity

Forgot to mention £20 "sign up" fee!


Pretty sure its in the description ha

Im sure you are all aware of the ovivo sim deal by now but buy a sim for … Im sure you are all aware of the ovivo sim deal by now but buy a sim for £20 and get a free cineworld cinema ticket + £15 of credit to use with your mobile. Transfer your existing mobile phone number to them and they will give you another £3. Potentially spend £2 and get 250 mins, 300 texts and 500mb of internet and 1 free cineworld ticket

sairendipity

Forgot to mention £20 "sign up" fee!

Im sure you are all aware of the ovivo sim deal by now but buy a sim for … Im sure you are all aware of the ovivo sim deal by now but buy a sim for £20 and get a free cineworld cinema ticket + £15 of credit to use with your mobile. Transfer your existing mobile phone number to them and they will give you another £3. Potentially spend £2 and get 250 mins, 300 texts and 500mb of internet and 1 free cineworld ticket


Nope... still can't seem to see this...

How can they possibly make it go on for free

sairendipity

Forgot to mention £20 "sign up" fee!



I agree.

I have an Ovivo sim, your description made me think I was due a free cineworld ticket.

Good deal (as always with Ovivo) but you need to mention the £20 in your headline.

Original Poster

Freddie Mercury

I agree. I have an Ovivo sim, your description made me think I was due a … I agree. I have an Ovivo sim, your description made me think I was due a free cineworld ticket.Good deal (as always with Ovivo) but you need to mention the £20 in your headline.


It is mentioned in the description above but I have added it to the title anyway

Heat.

sdoherty1000

It is mentioned in the description above but I have added it to the title … It is mentioned in the description above but I have added it to the title anyway



Good stuff. I did give you heat, everyone should be aware of Ovivo.

Banned

Any old excuse to post an ovivo 'deal' which is an instant heat magnet, maybe someone should post a 'how to get cheap heat on hukd' with 'post an ovivo deal' will be in/near the top spot along with the psn credit/ps+ from cdkeys.

Any way back to the 'deal' at hand, shame cineworld isn't one of my local cinemas.

fowler002

Any old excuse to post an ovivo 'deal' which is an instant heat magnet, … Any old excuse to post an ovivo 'deal' which is an instant heat magnet, maybe someone should post a 'how to get cheap heat on hukd' with 'post an ovivo deal' will be in/near the top spot along with the psn credit/ps+ from cdkeys.Any way back to the 'deal' at hand, shame cineworld isn't one of my local cinemas.



To be fair the op has posted a large amount of deals and contributed a lot to this site. It doesn't do any harm to remind people of how good a deal switching to Ovivo is.

It's usually the PS+ monthly update that gets crazy heat, it just goes to show how good a deal it is!

Ovivo can't be promoted enough, the amount of money people would have spent topping up, or having a contract would reach thousands of pounds for each time this is posted

I have been with ovivo for over 8 months now and have tried numerous times to convince some friends and family members to join ovivo but they keep saying "how can that be possible?" And don't join ovivo abd instead pay upto £10 per month (the light users).

Banned

Freddie Mercury

To be fair the op has posted a large amount of deals and contributed a … To be fair the op has posted a large amount of deals and contributed a lot to this site. It doesn't do any harm to remind people of how good a deal switching to Ovivo is. It's usually the PS+ monthly update that gets crazy heat, it just goes to show how good a deal it is!



Plz show me where in my reply did I say anything about the ops amount of contribution to the site? How much someone has/hasn't contributed has no relevance to what my point was about the number of ovivo 'deals' that get posted on here of late, you can add the ps+ updates to the top few tips of the 'how to get cheap heat' book/thread/whatever

I'm fully aspecting the 'well you've only posted x number of deals in x years' retort but again that elitist bs has no relevance to my point, on top of that as I've said every time someone brings that up is the fact the things I'm interested in almost always get posted before I've seen them or before I get a chance to post. I don't see the point of posting spam/reposts/back in stock/etc deals that have been posted a million and one time, you have a million and one other users who do that already no need for me to add to the crap.

Good deal, Description says "forever" I was under the impression it's a annual fee?

Been going to do this for months so I've finally ordered one, cheers.

col11

Good deal, Description says "forever" I was under the impression it's a … Good deal, Description says "forever" I was under the impression it's a annual fee?


Its a one of payment. Pay your £20 and that's it done.

pinkpanther123

I have been with ovivo for over 8 months now and have tried numerous … I have been with ovivo for over 8 months now and have tried numerous times to convince some friends and family members to join ovivo but they keep saying "how can that be possible?" And don't join ovivo abd instead pay upto £10 per month (the light users).



I'll bite...It's the advert thing that put me off, it just seemed like it would be intrusive and annoying. That said, I hae been wondering how it would work in a non-smart and non-internet phone...would you get spammy texts or something? Or are the ads confined to the internet?

fowler002

Any old excuse to post an ovivo 'deal' which is an instant heat magnet, … Any old excuse to post an ovivo 'deal' which is an instant heat magnet, maybe someone should post a 'how to get cheap heat on hukd' with 'post an ovivo deal' will be in/near the top spot along with the psn credit/ps+ from cdkeys.Any way back to the 'deal' at hand, shame cineworld isn't one of my local cinemas.



says the person who has only ever posted 2 deals.

It doesn't matter if you have seen it a million times are not, if it even helps one person out, then it's worth posting. That's what this website is about. Helping each other out. Providing information on deals, no matter how big or small the saving.

Banned

5ack8oy

says the person who has only ever posted 2 deals. :pIt doesn't matter if … says the person who has only ever posted 2 deals. :pIt doesn't matter if you have seen it a million times are not, if it even helps one person out, then it's worth posting. That's what this website is about. Helping each other out. Providing information on deals, no matter how big or small the saving.



I you bothered to read my previous post you'd see I've mentioned the reason behind my lack of deals, but why would such a trifling thing stop an elitist snob putting someone down.

Good deal op. Thanks for posting. Cinema ticket is another incentive leaning me ovivos way. Can I manage with only 250 mins though?

I'm thinking of going over to ovivo can anyone tell me how many adverts do you get cheers.

It's good for the free calls & SMS but the 3G is now close to being unusable even if there is an excellent signal. Just to be clear, you get adverts only when using a web browser. Whenever you load a webpage it diverts to an ovivo landing page and you have to wait 5 seconds or so then tap on Continue & it takes you to your original web page. The ovivo landing page is now appearing every 4 or 5 web pages on my phone. Apps that need a data connection, e.g Gmail, BBC News, HUKD app don't show adverts but it can be woefully slow and sometimes does not connect. They use the Vodafone network but I think that Vodafone must be throttling the download speeds.

Some people have suggested that their business model is a bit like a PONZI scheme and it might go bust when new people stop signing up.

wolfgang_amadeus_falco

I'll bite...It's the advert thing that put me off, it just seemed like it … I'll bite...It's the advert thing that put me off, it just seemed like it would be intrusive and annoying. That said, I hae been wondering how it would work in a non-smart and non-internet phone...would you get spammy texts or something? Or are the ads confined to the internet?



Works fine in a non-smart phone. We use it in two old-fashioned nokias. No ads at all, as they only appear on smartphones.

dwl99

It's good for the free calls & SMS but the 3G is now close to being … It's good for the free calls & SMS but the 3G is now close to being unusable even if there is an excellent signal. Just to be clear, you get adverts only when using a web browser. Whenever you load a webpage it diverts to an ovivo landing page and you have to wait 5 seconds or so then tap on Continue & it takes you to your original web page. The ovivo landing page is now appearing every 4 or 5 web pages on my phone. Apps that need a data connection, e.g Gmail, BBC News, HUKD app don't show adverts but it can be woefully slow and sometimes does not connect. They use the Vodafone network but I think that Vodafone must be throttling the download speeds. Some people have suggested that their business model is a bit like a PONZI scheme and it might go bust when new people stop signing up.



I read on another thread that if you click through an ad it sorts your speeds out.

Just when you think it can't get better. Ovivo's only problem will be folk hanging off to see what new sign up offers they're going to do! Great deal, heat added

dwl99

It's good for the free calls & SMS but the 3G is now close to being … It's good for the free calls & SMS but the 3G is now close to being unusable even if there is an excellent signal. Just to be clear, you get adverts only when using a web browser. Whenever you load a webpage it diverts to an ovivo landing page and you have to wait 5 seconds or so then tap on Continue & it takes you to your original web page. The ovivo landing page is now appearing every 4 or 5 web pages on my phone. Apps that need a data connection, e.g Gmail, BBC News, HUKD app don't show adverts but it can be woefully slow and sometimes does not connect. They use the Vodafone network but I think that Vodafone must be throttling the download speeds. Some people have suggested that their business model is a bit like a PONZI scheme and it might go bust when new people stop signing up.



This is very much my exprience. I only use it as a backup sim for old smartphones, and the missus uses it in her iphone 4s, but the internet has become much slower than it was a couple of years ago, and the frequency of adverts has had a noticable increase (which to be fair is part of the deal). But the slow 3G makes it a bit pointless when you need to check a train time, or jump onto HUKD whilst out and about.
Great sim just to make calls from as a spare phone, or sign up to stuff that "requires a valid UK phone number".
Voting hot still though

Found Ovivo to be very very good for customer service. Number ported across with no probs (+ £3 credit). Just a shame they use the Voda network here, when I had 3G it was quick and didn't notice any slowdown. Ads popped up but that's part of the deal tbh

The ads got to me too much. It was pretty much one on every other page, it you needed to reload the page then it come again. The internet was slow and your 500MB allowance just went down very quickly. If you use only voice and text you should survive but note I noticed that the calls kept dropping within a minute in the north London area.

I've been sitting on the fence with ovivo for some time now over this. ovivomobile.com/off…ta/

If I've understood this right, I pay £20 and receive a sim for my mifi, which in turn will give me a set amount of data every month FOREVER. If it is how I think it it is, this will allow me to use my tablet when travelling as I cant tether with mobile phone. I'm worried that I won't be able to set it up.

I bought the mifi from argos with a vodafone sim that I couldn't set up, argos wouldnt refund and vodafone didn't want to know as it wasn't bought from them. Hence my concern about setting up the ovivo one
Edited by: "kingfisher" 21st Feb 2014

Voted hot. I've been with Ovivo for a while now and can't believe I'm still paying nothing. There is a caveat though. Test your Vodafone signal in your house first. I can recieve texts, the phone rings, but I have to use it upstairs with the window open to get a good signal. This is Vodafone's issue, not Ovivos. The problem is compounded by the fact that the Sure Signal box I used to use with Vodafone does not work with Ovivo.

All that said, I can't complain for what is essentially a free mobile service.

HUKD - you've been OVIVOED - again ;-)

Original Poster

fowler002

Any old excuse to post an ovivo 'deal' which is an instant heat magnet, … Any old excuse to post an ovivo 'deal' which is an instant heat magnet, maybe someone should post a 'how to get cheap heat on hukd' with 'post an ovivo deal' will be in/near the top spot along with the psn credit/ps+ from cdkeys.Any way back to the 'deal' at hand, shame cineworld isn't one of my local cinemas.


I'm not really interested in the whole "my deal is hotter than your deal" fiasco but I have signed up to to ovivo and I am saving a fortune compared to the overpriced contracts that are out there. If you don't want to see another ovivo deal then why click the link? furthermore why comment? you sir, need to get off your high horse and learn how to submit a deal before hijacking my thread with your complaints!!!! money is tight for just about everyone and therefore if 1 person saves money on this deal then my job is done.

wolfgang_amadeus_falco

I'll bite...It's the advert thing that put me off....

I know what you mean and it put me off initially. Then I purchased an OVIVO SIM during the Valentines £18 offer.

You've got to remember though that if you use Facebook et al, you are bombarded with adverts all day long anyway. It's how they make their income (I'm just glad I never use it tbh).

If you think that's bad, I went to wath something on 'ITV Player' the other day and IIRC, was expected to watch 180 seconds of adverts prior to the episode I wanted to see. No thanks and uninstalled right away.

So IMHO, I don't think having to endure one advert will be too bad.

I'm saying one advert each time you use the internet, but I haven't used the web on the OVIVO SIM yet, as I only bought it as a backup for when my crap O2 SIM cannot pick up a signal.

Damn ordered a sim 2 days ago not received yet though

great for a kids phone no costs per month - happy days

fowler002

Plz show me where in my reply did I say anything about the ops amount of … Plz show me where in my reply did I say anything about the ops amount of contribution to the site? How much someone has/hasn't contributed has no relevance to what my point was about the number of ovivo 'deals' that get posted on here of late, you can add the ps+ updates to the top few tips of the 'how to get cheap heat' book/thread/whatever :pI'm fully aspecting the 'well you've only posted x number of deals in x years' retort but again that elitist bs has no relevance to my point, on top of that as I've said every time someone brings that up is the fact the things I'm interested in almost always get posted before I've seen them or before I get a chance to post. I don't see the point of posting spam/reposts/back in stock/etc deals that have been posted a million and one time, you have a million and one other users who do that already no need for me to add to the crap.



I was pointing out that the op was not posting this deal just to get easy heat as he has posted lots of useful deals in the past, the op doesn't strike me as a member who seeks "cheap heat on hukd".

The majority seem to consider PS+ as a deal, it certainly is if you haven't heard of it before and sign up. Some argue that it's not a deal in the true sense of the word and that's fair enough.

I've only posted one deal so I'm hardly being elitist.

If Ovivo and PS+ stop being posted altogether in the deals section people will miss out, it's as simple as that.

It's on the Vodafone backbone but the service isn't free. It's paid for by popup ads every 10 mins (apparently) while you're browsing, which means all the web traffic gets frozen while you view a page with a 5 second timer before you can go to where you were originally wanting to go. 500mb'll probably not last long either, so potentially you're giving them more than the "free" £5 cinema ticket is worth.

I'd rather pay the 30p/day for giffgaff and get the free sim and unlimited data tbh...

Horses for courses, though...

While browsing I get ads every second click. But worse than that the speed of browsing is VERY slow.

Thanks, I was aware of Ovivo, but the free ticket sure is a nice bonus, appreciate the heads up

[quote=fowler002]Any old excuse to post an ovivo 'deal' which is an instant heat magnet, maybe someone should post a 'how to get cheap heat on hukd' with 'post an ovivo deal' will be in/near the top spot along with the psn credit/ps+ from cdkeys.

Or we could not bother posting any deals if you'd prefer.

Call the site com

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