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Three £16 pm Unlimited Data, Calls and Texts (24 month contract) £384 via Tech Radar
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Three £16 pm Unlimited Data, Calls and Texts (24 month contract) £384 via Tech Radar

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Hi, there are some interesting three mobile sim monthly contract deals at the moment for anyone looking for a decent sim only contract.

It's only accessible by T3 and Tech Radar website.

The one that caught my eye was the unlimited data sim for £16/month for 24 months (total £384) which does work out cheaper than the deal on three's website for the same thing of half price £11 for 6 months then £22 for the remaining 18 months (total £462). It takes a few days to deliver.

This is a great offer for those who do a lot of streaming films and music, and also includes 5G ready, personal hotspot, go roam around the world and go binge (if you don't know what these are you can go to Three's website or google it).

I was outside my contract period which costs £21 for the same thing and so cancelled and took out this one instead. I am in the process of transferring my existing phone number over.
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I wouldn't go with them even for a fiver because data connection is very bad where I live
Heat...my wife was with 3 for many years until they couldn't match O2 on price due to their NHS discount.
anonymous.06/06/2020 04:09

I wouldn't go with them even for a fiver because data connection is very …I wouldn't go with them even for a fiver because data connection is very bad where I live


Data is OK (a bit hit & miss) where I live & I would certainly go with them for £5 in that regard; the reason that I would not put my main number with them (or recommend them or their MVNOs to anyone), even if they paid me, is that their call connection rate & quality is so bad - I got fed up with being told I tried to call you the other day. They really need to get missed call sms - I don't think any other network doesn't have them. As the folks get older, certainly in these times, I wouldn't consider a three based solution for a main number.

That said voted hot - for anyone who gets good reception, even with dips in data speed, and needs over 100GB of data, this is a good deal.
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