Half Price Unlimited Minutes Data Texts for £7.50 Potential £12.60 Top cash Back 30 day Sim Only - Effective Cost Only £2.40 when using cashback!!!
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Half Price Unlimited Minutes Data Texts for £7.50 Potential £12.60 Top cash Back 30 day Sim Only - Effective Cost Only £2.40 when using cashback!!!

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Found 5th Mar 2014
Sign up for the intial £15, then for the consecutive months, you get the half tariff at half price!
* Subject to fair usage.

Enjoy Unlimited Talk, Text and Data with TPO’s massive Unlimited Deal - the UK's best Unlimited Deal on a rolling 30-day contract! When you join us before the end of March we give you 3 months on our Unlimited Deal at the special price of just £7.50 a month! The way it works is you pay the usual price of £14.99 for your first month and we give you months 2,3 and 4 at just £7.50. Simply click here to grab loads of added value by switching to the mobile network that gives back.​

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A very good deal, The Only network which does similar to this is Vrigin Mobile. Other than virgin, other networks would want to give you an annual tie in.

A well worth while investment for 4 months to just make the most of the half price Tariff.

I like the fact they give 10% of the customers money to charity also!

A darn good deal. If anyone finds this to be cold, please tell me why and if you know of a better deal.

Thanks

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Seems hot to me, after 4 months you can simply move

Original Poster

jb66

Seems hot to me, after 4 months you can simply move

Exactly, you can just opt to move back to Virgin after the deal expires! Every little counts! Thank you!

What network do they piggyback?

mittromney

What network do they piggyback?


EE by the looks of it. There signal is ok where I live, let's see what virgin say to it, otherwise I'm off to this deal!!

Heat good deal and give to charity

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Olio

s+operator+which+network]http://lmgtfy.com/?q=the+people%27s+operator+which+network



Services[edit]

As a mobile virtual network operator, TPO does not own any network infrastructure, but instead uses the EE network to provide its services[1] (although it did not initially disclose which network it would use).[7] It uses the virtual network aggregator Transatel to connect to the EE network.[4]

had a look on virgin site but couldnt see anything about Fair Usage Policy....is there one on virgin?

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simba2585

had a look on virgin site but couldnt see anything about Fair Usage … had a look on virgin site but couldnt see anything about Fair Usage Policy....is there one on virgin?

Their shall be one enforced. Also with the internet usage, a fair usage shall be enforced.

its about 25mb a day with virgin... or 3.5gb a month.

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Original Poster

simba2585

had a look on virgin site but couldnt see anything about Fair Usage … had a look on virgin site but couldnt see anything about Fair Usage Policy....is there one on virgin?

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Great deal OP.

thanks guys for the info.

this is a great deal

Errrr....So this is an unlimited deal except that their fair use policy has no actual limits. Does it depend on what mood they are in when they get to work?
They also say no tethering, do they enforce it or can you get away with wireless hotspot usage?

3G or 4G?

Sorry cold from me,I've had a really bad experience with them,it took me 3 months to cancel my one months sim deal contract.home base customer service adviser office which is really dodgy,i dont want to share my details who dose not have a proper registered customer service office. network is not that good you'll lose reception frequently.i live in birmingham city centre where no issue with network problem.Avoid @Any cost.
Cold cold cold

I don't like the sounds of the fair use data. Inclusive mobile internet browsing: Your allowance is subject to the price plan that you choose. Mobile internet browsing applies within the UK only. You are only entitled to use our Pay Monthly (SIM only) services for personal, non-commercial use. We reserve the right to impose network protection controls, limit the speed of, suspend or block your access to services, or disconnect you if your usage is excessive and/or not in keeping with that reasonably expected of a private individual. We may also do any of these things if in our reasonable opinion you are abusing the services in any way. We will notify you by text message before we take any of these steps.

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hutokdeals

Errrr....So this is an unlimited deal except that their fair use policy … Errrr....So this is an unlimited deal except that their fair use policy has no actual limits. Does it depend on what mood they are in when they get to work?They also say no tethering, do they enforce it or can you get away with wireless hotspot usage?

Every network has a fair usage policy. Even electricity companies do, then when you use more than the quota, they send the Police round to see if your growing drugs occasionally! The Fair usage is to do with partly commercial use. Most of the networks will slow your connection usually, instead of cutting you off all together.

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sylhety

Sorry cold from me,I've had a really bad experience with them,it took me … Sorry cold from me,I've had a really bad experience with them,it took me 3 months to cancel my one months sim deal contract.home base customer service adviser office which is really dodgy,i dont want to share my details who dose not have a proper registered customer service office. network is not that good you'll lose reception frequently.i live in birmingham city centre where no issue with network problem.Avoid @Any cost.Cold cold cold

Ofcom sorts any kind of network bullying out very promptly.

Original Poster

cornovii

I don't like the sounds of the fair use data. Inclusive mobile internet … I don't like the sounds of the fair use data. Inclusive mobile internet browsing: Your allowance is subject to the price plan that you choose. Mobile internet browsing applies within the UK only. You are only entitled to use our Pay Monthly (SIM only) services for personal, non-commercial use. We reserve the right to impose network protection controls, limit the speed of, suspend or block your access to services, or disconnect you if your usage is excessive and/or not in keeping with that reasonably expected of a private individual. We may also do any of these things if in our reasonable opinion you are abusing the services in any way. We will notify you by text message before we take any of these steps.

Basically, don't put the sim in a dongle or a computer to run a call centre like people use to do with the old GiffGaff tariff which was truly unlimited @ the time. I think we all know what abuse is and cannot expect to get away with it.

It does state 30 day rolling contract and there is mention of fair usage policy but it doesn't state what is fair usage or whats unfair usage.

For thoes that are wondering; virgin mobile's fair usage policy is 3.5GB a month once you hit this figure they limit your speed to 384kbit/s which is 0.3mb but they DO NOT stop your data.

is Teathering Allowed or Not ?? also is this 3G or 4G ???

Original Poster

STi_prodrive

is Teathering Allowed or Not ?? also is this 3G or 4G ???

Usually only Three allow tethering. It looks like only oay and go customers are not allowed to. I read this article from the site.

thepeoplesoperator.com/Fai…icy

Tpo charge 12.5p per mb after 3gb data usage, so nowhere near unlimited. Just a warning

Original Poster

raanasb

It does state 30 day rolling contract and there is mention of fair usage … It does state 30 day rolling contract and there is mention of fair usage policy but it doesn't state what is fair usage or whats unfair usage.



in this page it states about non commercial use and fair usage.

thepeoplesoperator.com/Fai…icy

Original Poster

jkumar

Tpo charge 12.5p per mb after 3gb data usage, so nowhere near unlimited. … Tpo charge 12.5p per mb after 3gb data usage, so nowhere near unlimited. Just a warning

Where do they??? No they dont. the following shall happen if you abuse the internet.

Inclusive mobile internet browsing: Your allowance is subject to the price plan that you choose. Mobile internet browsing applies within the UK only. You are only entitled to use our Pay Monthly (SIM only) services for personal, non-commercial use. We reserve the right to impose network protection controls, limit the speed of, suspend or block your access to services, or disconnect you if your usage is excessive and/or not in keeping with that reasonably expected of a private individual. We may also do any of these things if in our reasonable opinion you are abusing the services in any way. We will notify you by text message before we take any of these steps.

Fair usage policy

Will this work in an iphone 4s locked to Orange?

very cheap indeed, what is the fair usage policy?

faddy54

Will this work in an iphone 4s locked to Orange?



no

Olio

s+operator+which+network]http://lmgtfy.com/?q=the+people%27s+operator+which+network



EE = Garbage

Apmirkin do you work for TPO mobile network?you defending them so much seems like you're a representative of the TPO network.

STi_prodrive

is Teathering Allowed or Not ?? also is this 3G or 4G ???


No you can't use tethering.

mittromney

EE = Garbage


Very poor network,

Original Poster

faddy54

Will this work in an iphone 4s locked to Orange?

No, you will have to unlock your handset

Original Poster

sylhety

Very poor network,

the 4G side of EE is fine... but the 3G side which is a balance of t-mobile and orange is very good.

apmirkin

Usually only Three allow tethering. It looks like only oay and go … Usually only Three allow tethering. It looks like only oay and go customers are not allowed to. I read this article from the site.http://www.thepeoplesoperator.com/Fair-Usage-Policy



TalkTalk are cool with tethering also help2.talktalk.co.uk/set…ing

anyone knows contact number for TPO other than the normal 0845 one?

Original Poster

sylhety

Apmirkin do you work for TPO mobile network?you defending them so much … Apmirkin do you work for TPO mobile network?you defending them so much seems like you're a representative of the TPO network.



No, I work for Poundland.

Its unlimited but they charge you if you go over the data limit, be warned. Also t-mobile is basically on par with walkie talkies.

great find if Topcashback pay out does has anyone used them over four months ie. Is it fifteen pounds unlimited then. Or are offers coming out continuously???
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