Lebara Monthly Sim 1000 UK mins (+100 International mins) + 2GB Data for £1 (Code MAY90)
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Lebara Monthly Sim 1000 UK mins (+100 International mins) + 2GB Data for £1 (Code MAY90)

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Found 16th May 2017
This is a great deal for anyone who isnt too data hungry and needs international calls.

You get 1000 UK mins, 100 international mins, 100 uk texts, unlimited lebara to lebara minutes and texts, and 2 GB of 3G data, I mean for a quid its a steal. No contracts- just 30 day plans...

Plus the covarage is decent since Lebara runs on Vodafone ( it even works perfectly in my area recently attacked by the baltimore tower which killed ee and three reception completely).

Use code MAY90 at checkout...

*Important Info Update: Promotion applies until 31 May 2017. Promotion applies only to the first 1000 customers to apply. Promotion is limited to 1 subscription per customer and valid for 1 month only.
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Promotion applies until 31 May 2017. Promotion applies only to the first … Promotion applies until 31 May 2017. Promotion applies only to the first 1000 customers to apply. Promotion is limited to 1 subscription per customer and valid for 1 month only.


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raj75

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That is indeed very important information... but still a decent short term solution neverthless imo..
is it £1 for the first month and then £10 ?
so this is £10 a month, but the first month is £1.
Original Poster
lelinho

is it £1 for the first month and then £10 ?



I believe so yes, but they constantly have updated offers every month, so If you dont mind the hassle of transfering numbers to other carrier payg sims and back or just want a temp sim... (they had half price on all their monthly plans throughout April and early May).
cheers
Great find!
Thanks
Matt
Whats this baltimore tower attack thing? im intrigued.
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chiefmojo_123

Whats this baltimore tower attack thing? im intrigued.



hehe. well, I was dramatising a little, but they recently finished the construction of the baltimore tower and another tall bulding which surround my apartment block. Unfortunetly, these buildings obstruct signal coverage for some networks, which is rather annoying, even wifi calling doesn't help.

A huge mess but the fact that these networks cannot resolve the issue and don't have a timescale for a fix means it is pretty easy to get out of any contract with them, even if it is lengthy...
Jamisky

hehe. well, I was dramatising a little, but they recently finished the … hehe. well, I was dramatising a little, but they recently finished the construction of the baltimore tower and another tall bulding which surround my apartment block. Unfortunetly, these buildings obstruct signal coverage for some networks, which is rather annoying, even wifi calling doesn't help. A huge mess but the fact that these networks cannot resolve the issue and don't have a timescale for a fix means it is pretty easy to get out of any contract with them, even if it is lengthy...



​oic, that sucks! ok thanks for clarifying
is it a rolling contract? any option to stop?
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sriniukpur

is it a rolling contract? any option to stop?


You can upgrade and downgrade/stop your plan online whenever you want...
Any other companies that offer vodafone? Looks like having phones locked to ee or o2 is much better
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Anon32

Any other companies that offer vodafone? Looks like having phones locked … Any other companies that offer vodafone? Looks like having phones locked to ee or o2 is much better



Yeah I mean you're right, there are more piggyback networks using EE and 02 , but apart from giving you more choice , I'm not sure they're much better ( especially those running on EE which in my own personal experience seems to fiddle with the data allowance or give false high speeds to corrode data consumption on these and their own plans)...

As for networks other than Lebara using Vodafone , there is also talk talk ( which currently has a half price offer on all their plans mobile.talktalk.co.uk/sim but again from my own personal experience, they aren't great ), and last and possibly least ( I haven't used them but even ordering from them or finding out what plan you're getting seems difficult ) is talkmobile talkmobile.co.uk/upg…nly .

They all seem to have some issues these days tbh.. The only way we will get better service across the board is if all phones are unlocked out of the box .., that way the monopolisticaly induced laziness will stop and these companies will actually start caring about the customers , the service and maybe just maybe , we will see less big mergers and more networks which provide their own independent signal ( who knows maybe, and this is alternative universe stuff , Jeremy Corbyn wins the upcoming election and decides to start a publicly owned mobile phone network, you think NewLaboura is too close a name?? Hehe)
Edited by: "Jamisky" 17th May 2017
i received the sim but when i use the sim to make a call, its says ''you have used all your calling credit'' help
Can you buy a sim and then registr online and pay the £1 that way
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