iD mobile 1m SIM - £10 - 300mins / unlimited texts / 9gb data via uSwitch
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iD mobile 1m SIM - £10 - 300mins / unlimited texts / 9gb data via uSwitch

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Found 5th Feb
Uswitch exclusive deal. 300mins, unlimited texts and 9GB of 4g data for £10 per month. 1month contract with data rollover and EU roaming.
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Mark_Houghton13 m ago

How will you go over 9gb!?


By using up the inclusive 9gb and then continuing to use data.
starsi3602 m ago

By using up the inclusive 9gb and then continuing to use data.


Sarcasm on forums really is the highest level of winning.

Congrats.
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Be very careful with iD. I believe they charge £11.99 per 100mb if you go over your allowance.
How will you go over 9gb!?
Mark_Houghton13 m ago

How will you go over 9gb!?


By using up the inclusive 9gb and then continuing to use data.
starsi3602 m ago

By using up the inclusive 9gb and then continuing to use data.


Sarcasm on forums really is the highest level of winning.

Congrats.
Now that's a deal
starsi36028 m ago

By using up the inclusive 9gb and then continuing to use data.


I think you can cap your usage.
ID notify you when you are close to your data allowance you are then able to purchase a one off top up for the rest of the month. Data also rolls over if unused.Great company, signal great for me too considering I live in a village.😁
Edward_Teach7 m ago

I think you can cap your usage.


Yes by law they have to permit you to cap your allowance so that you don't get ripped off.
Mark_Houghton48 m ago

Sarcasm on forums really is the highest level of winning.Congrats.



My mum used to say “Ask a silly question, get a silly answer”
Then again she also said my eyes would go square if I sit close to the TV so maybe she was just crazy.


Really, 9gb isn’t a huge amount of data with today’s applications. I’m on a 6gb plan and almost always use more than 5gb and I don’t stream YouTube, Netflix etc very often while out and about. I think someone who does can easily chew through 9gb in a couple of weeks, never mind a full month.

edit: Netflix state 1gb per hour for SD and 3gb per hour for HD on iPhone and iPad. So someone watching 3 episodes of a series (assuming 1 hour episodes) in high definition will use up around 9gb. Doesn’t seem much when you think of it like that.
Edited by: "starsi360" 5th Feb
This uswitch "exclusive" is also available on quidco with £5 cashback.
It's also a quidco exclusive too!!!
You're welcome
Edited by: "drng69" 5th Feb
kevsoth2 h, 14 m ago

Be very careful with iD. I believe they charge £11.99 per 100mb if you go …Be very careful with iD. I believe they charge £11.99 per 100mb if you go over your allowance.


You can cap any over usage, min cap is £5, so worst case scenario is a £15 bill.
I've been with them for years now and they've been great. Any data you don't use in your last months allowance also gets rolled over, I'm on a 8gb deal with more minutes for £10 and start every month with 16gb's.
It does however state you can't tether, but I've never been charged (or questioned) by ID for doing it.
starsi3603 h, 17 m ago

By using up the inclusive 9gb and then continuing to use data.


NO. All new contracts can have non inclusivecaps: ofcom.org.uk/abo…lls
Edited by: "seaniboy" 6th Feb
kevsoth3 h, 45 m ago

Be very careful with iD. I believe they charge £11.99 per 100mb if you go …Be very careful with iD. I believe they charge £11.99 per 100mb if you go over your allowance.


idmobile.co.uk/hel…ges just over10p per MB
TWD1 h, 31 m ago

You can cap any over usage, min cap is £5, so worst case scenario is a £15 …You can cap any over usage, min cap is £5, so worst case scenario is a £15 bill. I've been with them for years now and they've been great. Any data you don't use in your last months allowance also gets rolled over, I'm on a 8gb deal with more minutes for £10 and start every month with 16gb's.It does however state you can't tether, but I've never been charged (or questioned) by ID for doing it.



No the £5 ID cap has been abolished by Ofcom
Mark_Houghton3 h, 21 m ago

Sarcasm on forums really is the highest level of winning.Congrats.


Its the highest form of stupidity, unless very clearly apparent given body language is not transmitted online in font unless expressly done so clearly.
starsi3602 h, 41 m ago

My mum used to say “Ask a silly question, get a silly answer”Then again she …My mum used to say “Ask a silly question, get a silly answer”Then again she also said my eyes would go square if I sit close to the TV so maybe she was just crazy.Really, 9gb isn’t a huge amount of data with today’s applications. I’m on a 6gb plan and almost always use more than 5gb and I don’t stream YouTube, Netflix etc very often while out and about. I think someone who does can easily chew through 9gb in a couple of weeks, never mind a full month.edit: Netflix state 1gb per hour for SD and 3gb per hour for HD on iPhone and iPad. So someone watching 3 episodes of a series (assuming 1 hour episodes) in high definition will use up around 9gb. Doesn’t seem much when you think of it like that.



Older people and really busy people still use WiFi and computers at home. I’m a smartphoner all the way - on Three as I use 40-70GB a month. Sky Broadband at home serves my upto 4K video and using it causes problems so if I’m online I’m generally on mobile data.
EU roaming, I thought everybody does that now, one of the few perks of being in the EU.
For as long as we are members of course.
seaniboy7 h, 2 m ago

NO. All new contracts can have non inclusivecaps: …NO. All new contracts can have non inclusivecaps: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/about-ofcom/latest/features-and-news/new-rules-to-allow-mobile-customers-to-limit-their-bills



Why is NO in capitals, are you shouting? A little rude!

He asked “how can you go over 9gb” - for some reason you are quoting a possible way of ensuring that you don’t go over (a cap), which is an option. But if you don’t set a zero cap then the fact is you can go over, which is what he was asking.
seaniboy8 h, 15 m ago

No the £5 ID cap has been abolished by Ofcom


Thanks for letting me know, you are correct, I have now set it to £0, meaning they'll be no unexpected surprises (not that there has been in the few year that I have been with ID).
BS_Man1 h, 12 m ago

...that would a real cluster heck ...that would a real cluster heck https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/2019/02/mobile-firms-not-ruling-out-roaming-charges-after-brexit/


Well ID use the 3 mobile network, so fingers crossed EU roaming will continue to be free, but even if they do decide to cancel it, it's a 1 month rolling contract, so just give them your 30 day notice and switch.
starsi3604 h, 40 m ago

Why is NO in capitals, are you shouting? A little rude! He asked “how can …Why is NO in capitals, are you shouting? A little rude! He asked “how can you go over 9gb” - for some reason you are quoting a possible way of ensuring that you don’t go over (a cap), which is an option. But if you don’t set a zero cap then the fact is you can go over, which is what he was asking.


Shouting ? NO, making it clear to read for all and continuing in lowercase YES.

Well you’ve just proved the fact to not go over 9GB is user proactivity, watch your usage or set a cap, end user intervention either way.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 6th Feb
BS_Man4 h, 30 m ago

...that would a real cluster heck ...that would a real cluster heck https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/2019/02/mobile-firms-not-ruling-out-roaming-charges-after-brexit/


Looks like a Article 50 extension is on the way maybe, Labour actually stood up for something instead of Corby winging it so EU roaming may be safe instead of crashing out no deal like Nissan, Airbus etc etc etc etc etc etc we’re gonna have nothing to sell to the world anyway lol
Edited by: "seaniboy" 6th Feb
TWD3 h, 29 m ago

Thanks for letting me know, you are correct, I have now set it to £0, …Thanks for letting me know, you are correct, I have now set it to £0, meaning they'll be no unexpected surprises (not that there has been in the few year that I have been with ID).


You’d think Ofcom would have adverts as it makes changes and consumers know little, it’s not like fines against Voda and Three last year couldn’t have paid for it rather than a warning on the naughty step
Edited by: "seaniboy" 6th Feb
seaniboy49 m ago

Shouting ? NO, making it clear to read for all and continuing in lowercase …Shouting ? NO, making it clear to read for all and continuing in lowercase YES. Well you’ve just proved the fact to not go over 9GB is user proactivity, watch your usage or set a cap, end user intervention either way.



I think you’re confused. He wasn’t asking how to prevent it, he was asking how it would ever be possible. My answer was correct and you are arguing a different point.

If if he’d said “How can you prevent going over the 9gb?” then your answer would be correct.
starsi3603 m ago

I think you’re confused. He wasn’t asking how to prevent it, he was ask …I think you’re confused. He wasn’t asking how to prevent it, he was asking how it would ever be possible. My answer was correct and you are arguing a different point. If if he’d said “How can you prevent going over the 9gb?” then your answer would be correct.


And in both cases it would be user error or more accurately user stupidity, the posters comments can be viewed both ways to mean the same thing. I took the view it could be either same answer applies
Edited by: "seaniboy" 6th Feb
kevsoth17 h, 28 m ago

Be very careful with iD. I believe they charge £11.99 per 100mb if you go …Be very careful with iD. I believe they charge £11.99 per 100mb if you go over your allowance.


You can set a cap limit to prevent this.
ID = Criminals don't go there
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