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Posted 11 September 2023

ID Mobile 40GB data (5G), unlimited minutes & texts, £8 x24 months (possibly £4pm after cashback)

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ID Mobile uses the Three network

ID Mobile 40GB data (5G), unlimited minutes & texts, £4 after cashback (£96 over 2 years)
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£192 before cashback @ 8pm

£96 after cashback @ £4pm


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Edited by carlos99, 11 September 2023
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  1. Fire_Wizzard's avatar
    Anyone who knows much about mobile networks - is this a good deal?
    carlos99's avatar
    It’s a good deal if you have Three mobile coverage. Most places do now but there are some black spots. Bare in mind that you also have to submit cashback requests at certain intervals. I’ve used Mobiles before and never had any issues with cashback deals.
  2. 118luke's avatar
    ID Mobile which uses Three network coverage:

    EE's coverage:

    No idea why people still slag three off when its far better than O2 and Vodafone.
    Hotter's avatar
    Vodafone are the only network in certain remote locations, especially offices in locations outside of city centres, you know if you work at one.

    I also got 4G at the top of Snowdon on Vodafone which was pretty neat. (edited)
  3. BINALSEJ's avatar
    ID mobile Most rubbish network coverage
    Broxy's avatar
    I concur
  4. JPS's avatar
    And roaming included too
    urbanbushwacker's avatar
    Looks like you may have to do a lot of Roaming just to find a signal
  5. Tenex's avatar
    ID Mobile clearly sucks



    Sadly roads near me not mine (edited)
  6. eldaras's avatar
    Can anyone comment how well ID works nowadays in London?

    Where I live, Three has excellent signal and it's silly fast. But ~5 years ago I had an ID sim and I had plenty of disconnected calls (or my phone wouldn't ring) when I commuted to London. This is extra stressful when expecting calls from organisations that don't call twice (like my GP surgery). (edited)
  7. albert.grisanov's avatar
    Does phone contract help my credit score? And does staying with same company helps credit score even more? I really need an unlimited data uncapped speed provider without stupid tax . .
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