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EE broadband customers: get 5.25GB data&unlimited calls+texts £13/m = £156 total + £155 cashback +£25.25 Topcashback @ Affordable Mobiles
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EE broadband customers: get 5.25GB data&unlimited calls+texts £13/m = £156 total + £155 cashback +£25.25 Topcashback @ Affordable Mobiles

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Posted 28th FebEdited by:"senukas"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

I was looking for the cheapest possible EE SIMO deal when stumbled upon this plan via affordablemobiles:
Unlimited calls/texts + 250MB data on 12 months plan @ £13/month
Total cost £156 minus
TCB £25.25
Cashback by redemption £155
Profit £24.25

You can get 5GB data boost for being EE broadband customer making total of 5.25GB data.
I understand cashback redemption can be pain and definitely not for everyone but if you keep to the deadlines then this is probably the cheapest EE SIMO deal.
Hope this can help few people on here

affordablemobiles.co.uk/sim…ion
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They'd have pay me to use THAT network!
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They'd have pay me to use THAT network!
Also next month you can claim 6 months free britbox as well
Rob_Aiano28/02/2020 08:05

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Website gives following as extras:
Get Free Apple Music for Six Months
Get Free MTV Play for Six Months
Free BT Sport for Three Months
Enjoy Free Roaming in the EU
I pay £6 a month for this
A lot hassle (& risk) for 0.25 gb/ month
Edited by: "Gollywood" 28th Feb
I get 500mb and unlimited calls and texts for £7 a month with EE. got that one 2 months ago.
You can get 1GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts for £5 on a different network.
Edited by: "savsac29" 28th Feb
senukas28/02/2020 07:57

That's what they do on this occasion


EE is the best network.
Period
JsFrk28/02/2020 08:56

I get 500mb and unlimited calls and texts for £7 a month with EE. got that …I get 500mb and unlimited calls and texts for £7 a month with EE. got that one 2 months ago.


Where do you get it from
Dusty66628/02/2020 09:15

EE is the best network.Period


Depends where you live
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senukas28/02/2020 07:57

That's what they do on this occasion


Only this occasion?
savsac2928/02/2020 09:13

You can get 1GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts for £5 on a …You can get 1GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts for £5 on a different network.


Which one please?
Dusty66628/02/2020 09:15

Where do you get it from


I called ee directly and quoted other companies. Might of just got lucky with the person on the phone to be fair.
Go on uswitch and I think it was talk mobile but plenty more on there
savsac2928/02/2020 09:53

Go on uswitch and I think it was talk mobile but plenty more on there


ID mobile
Sohail-A28/02/2020 08:21

I pay £6 a month for this


Same here, got by calling the upgrade dept in November
Actually this might be a very good deal for me too, I was as well after the cheapest EE sim, for a different reason however: since I want to replace 3 AYCE only(£18/month rolling currently) with the EE AYCE sim only(£27.20/month for me after Studentbeans discount) and then sharing the EE's 100gb shareable allowance to another EE sim under same contract. The reason for me is that I also want to ditch my current Vodafone 100gb sim only at £24/month(effectively is £14/month on average after I received the cashback cheque in the bank), which unfortunately ends around half of May.
So by paying the unlimited EE sim only (will be the home broadband replacing 3) only £27.20 and by sharing its maximum allowed allowance of 100gb after ditching Vodafone, I might theoretically save good money every month.
£27.20-£18=£9.20 to add, but then £24-£9.20=£14.80, which is £177.6 saving in a year.
So this deal has my hot vote and have been bookmarked.
Just hope Affordable mobiles are not a pain for the cashback process and reliable enough in case I would go for it
Edited by: "italondonistaavataurino" 28th Feb
deleted210588328/02/2020 07:55

They'd have pay me to use THAT network!


Really I thought they were generally regarded as the best pretty much, coverage wise at least?
italondonistaavataurino28/02/2020 10:01

Actually this might be a very good deal for me too, I was as well after …Actually this might be a very good deal for me too, I was as well after the cheapest EE sim, for a different reason however: since I want to replace 3 AYCE only(£18/month rolling currently) with the EE AYCE sim only(£27.20/month for me after Studentbeans discount) and then sharing the EE's 100gb shareable allowance to another EE sim under same contract. The reason for me is that I also want to ditch my current Vodafone 100gb sim only at £24/month(effectively is £14/month on average after I received the cashback cheque in the bank), which unfortunately ends around half of May.So by paying the unlimited EE sim only (will be the home broadband replacing 3) only £27.20 and by sharing its maximum allowed allowance of 100gb after ditching Vodafone, I might theoretically save good money every month.£27.20-£18=£9.20 to add, but then £24-£9.20=£14.80, which is £177.6 saving in a year.So this deal has my hot vote and have been bookmarked.Just hope Affordable mobiles are not a pain for the cashback process and reliable enough in case I would go for it


Cheers for that
IF you are prepared to do some legwork with cashback then this works amazing value for EE broadband customers. I really would challenge anyone to find me 12 months ZERO cost deal which gives unlimited minutes/texts, 5.25GB data and EU roaming. Any network would do.
Sohail-A28/02/2020 08:21

I pay £6 a month for this


I would rather get it free than pay
Sohail-A28/02/2020 08:21

I pay £6 a month for this


I pay £5.25 for this with Plusnet using same network... But I get 1.5Gb

Im looking at the Lebara mobile deal for £6 for 3Gb. But that's on Vodafone. Not had that before.
I might consider going for this were it not for the requirement to redeem the promised cashback by posting airtime bills and the relevant claim voucher (supplied with your order) on the set schedules using Royal Mail Special Delivery and keeping hold of your tracking reference.
(a) your first five airtime bills (where your first bill is the first correspondence from your network requesting ANY payment) and your first claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 5th airtime bill;
(b) your 6th and 7th airtime bills and your second claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 7th airtime bill;
(c) your 8th and 9th airtime bills and your third claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 9th airtime bill;
(d) your 10th, 11th and 12th airtime bills and your fourth claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 12th airtime bill.
Source: affordablemobiles.co.uk/hel…ack
For me that is just too much effort and risk for the benefits.
usenetz28/02/2020 17:03

I might consider going for this were it not for the requirement to redeem …I might consider going for this were it not for the requirement to redeem the promised cashback by posting airtime bills and the relevant claim voucher (supplied with your order) on the set schedules using Royal Mail Special Delivery and keeping hold of your tracking reference.(a) your first five airtime bills (where your first bill is the first correspondence from your network requesting ANY payment) and your first claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 5th airtime bill; (b) your 6th and 7th airtime bills and your second claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 7th airtime bill; (c) your 8th and 9th airtime bills and your third claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 9th airtime bill; (d) your 10th, 11th and 12th airtime bills and your fourth claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 12th airtime bill.Source: https://www.affordablemobiles.co.uk/help/cashbackFor me that is just too much effort and risk for the benefits.


Ouch that's quite annoying, no way I will want and have time to send via Royal Mail the bills, that's the catch I suppose. Will have to find a similar deal with digital upload instead,pity.
usenetz28/02/2020 17:03

I might consider going for this were it not for the requirement to redeem …I might consider going for this were it not for the requirement to redeem the promised cashback by posting airtime bills and the relevant claim voucher (supplied with your order) on the set schedules using Royal Mail Special Delivery and keeping hold of your tracking reference.(a) your first five airtime bills (where your first bill is the first correspondence from your network requesting ANY payment) and your first claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 5th airtime bill; (b) your 6th and 7th airtime bills and your second claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 7th airtime bill; (c) your 8th and 9th airtime bills and your third claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 9th airtime bill; (d) your 10th, 11th and 12th airtime bills and your fourth claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 12th airtime bill.Source: https://www.affordablemobiles.co.uk/help/cashbackFor me that is just too much effort and risk for the benefits.


Your right too much messing about
bkpatel28/02/2020 16:32

I pay £5.25 for this with Plusnet using same network... But I get 1.5GbIm …I pay £5.25 for this with Plusnet using same network... But I get 1.5GbIm looking at the Lebara mobile deal for £6 for 3Gb. But that's on Vodafone. Not had that before.


Well my sim is ultd mins and text with 30gb data for £13

Then ive got the 3 of these sims at £6 each and because I have them i get extra 3gb (1gb boost per contract)

I then share my data with two of them sims at 6gb and 4gb and im left with 23gb which is plenty for me

So im paying £30 for 4 happy people lol
I would have voted hot but their redemption process hasn't kept with the times.
is this deal a Joke ?
They rely on customers forgetting to send their bills in and it must work .
Sohail-A28/02/2020 17:59

Well my sim is ultd mins and text with 30gb data for £13Then ive got the 3 …Well my sim is ultd mins and text with 30gb data for £13Then ive got the 3 of these sims at £6 each and because I have them i get extra 3gb (1gb boost per contract)I then share my data with two of them sims at 6gb and 4gb and im left with 23gb which is plenty for meSo im paying £30 for 4 happy people lol


Hi,

I get your deal which is fantastic for 4 peeps, but don't get the one above. Neither do loads of others by the looks of things.
bkpatel29/02/2020 17:05

Hi,I get your deal which is fantastic for 4 peeps, but don't get the one …Hi,I get your deal which is fantastic for 4 peeps, but don't get the one above. Neither do loads of others by the looks of things.


I would really want someone to point me to a 12 months ZERO cost sim deal which would give me unlimited minutes/texts, +5GB data and EU roaming which this workaround offers me as EE broadband customer. I'm prepared to do some legwork but there were no alternatives so far. People vote on the headline offer, I get it and I'm not offended by cold votes. My original wording was moderated and I wonder how people would vote if it was 5.25GB data instead of 250MB....
senukas29/02/2020 18:24

I would really want someone to point me to a 12 months ZERO cost sim deal …I would really want someone to point me to a 12 months ZERO cost sim deal which would give me unlimited minutes/texts, +5GB data and EU roaming which this workaround offers me as EE broadband customer. I'm prepared to do some legwork but there were no alternatives so far. People vote on the headline offer, I get it and I'm not offended by cold votes. My original wording was moderated and I wonder how people would vote if it was 5.25GB data instead of 250MB....


No worries mate - whatever works for you however following the requirements and advice of Affordable Mobiles the cheapest Royal Mail Special Delivery I can find is £6.60 so that would be an additional £26.40 in postage unless you're happy to take the risk of Affordable Mobiles claiming they never received your valid claim including the relevant claim voucher (supplied with your order) within the specified dates. I, for one, can't be doing with all that unnecessary hassle particularly as I'm not in your position of having EE Broadband. Still, I can see the attraction for you and hope all works-out well for you.
bkpatel29/02/2020 17:05

Hi,I get your deal which is fantastic for 4 peeps, but don't get the one …Hi,I get your deal which is fantastic for 4 peeps, but don't get the one above. Neither do loads of others by the looks of things.


Lol I wouldn’t pay £6 if I did have the data to gift
usenetz29/02/2020 18:41

No worries mate - whatever works for you however following the …No worries mate - whatever works for you however following the requirements and advice of Affordable Mobiles the cheapest Royal Mail Special Delivery I can find is £6.60 so that would be an additional £26.40 in postage unless you're happy to take the risk of Affordable Mobiles claiming they never received your valid claim including the relevant claim voucher (supplied with your order) within the specified dates. I, for one, can't be doing with all that unnecessary hassle particularly as I'm not in your position of having EE Broadband. Still, I can see the attraction for you and hope all works-out well for you.


Royal Mail will be covered by TCB cashback. As for claim vouchers, it is just a print out, can make as many copies as I wish, done similar deals back in the day with e2save and few other retailers who are still around. Yes, EE data boost perk is specific and not many could use it but that was the point of this deal.
senukas29/02/2020 18:24

I would really want someone to point me to a 12 months ZERO cost sim deal …I would really want someone to point me to a 12 months ZERO cost sim deal which would give me unlimited minutes/texts, +5GB data and EU roaming which this workaround offers me as EE broadband customer. I'm prepared to do some legwork but there were no alternatives so far. People vote on the headline offer, I get it and I'm not offended by cold votes. My original wording was moderated and I wonder how people would vote if it was 5.25GB data instead of 250MB....


Senukas, I apologise if you were offended.
The problem is me and people like me didn't get the deal.

I would welcome unlimited minutes and texts plus 5Gb for less than £5.
In fact I'd be biting your hand off as I'm with plusnet doing that with 1.5Gb. No brainer.

I'll look at your deal again to make sense of it. I didn't vote cold, nor hot, as I didn't get it? Hence the comments...
what do you mean by Cashback by redemption £155?
is this mobile or home broadband? and if i am getting £159 cashback then how much i am paying to them?
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