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Lebara (uses Vodafone) sim only - 2GB data +1000 minutes +1000 texts + 100 international minutes for £5 per month (30 days)
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Lebara (uses Vodafone) sim only - 2GB data +1000 minutes +1000 texts + 100 international minutes for £5 per month (30 days)

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Lebara (uses Vodafone) sim only - 2GB data +1000 minutes +1000 texts + 100 international minutes for £5 per month (30 days)
Posted 5th Sep
Looking for minutes and texts with no data and saw this.

41 destinations for the international minutes, although wasn’t clear if these were part of your 1000 inclusive minutes?

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30 day renewal, no contract as such?
the last time I had a lebara sim it cancelled at the point where I cancelled it?
No waiting or notice period, no credit or money back either!
that might have changed but something to be aware of?

Theres also £5 TopCashback on this so if it’s pants I can bin it without really losing owt (or that’s the plan?)
3538011.jpg(Know the description on the TopCashback page above is wrong, but they don’t actually do that sim as an option anyway, so I’m assuming it’s the 2gb sim?)

Have family in Florida hence why the international minutes appealed, as using data/internet wasn’t an option.
There’s other sims out there, differing combinations of stuff (the £5 1gb O2 sim with 6months Disney+ was what started me looking, but don’t need Disney+?), but it might be useful to someone out there?
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Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.

I listed out the various best offers in a recent post - 10 GB for £8.95 via Uswitch, £14.99 for 15 GB & unlimited international calls via MSE, etc.

Oh & from experience forget TCB & Quidco with Lebara - even if you go direct they don't track.

EDIT Since this has gone hot & getting a lot of attention, I dug out my previous post (was accurate at time of posting 2 weeks ago):

"Here are the best offers as you need to shop around the introducers (all Lebara, unlimited UK & 100 international mins):

2GB £5 MSE
4GB £6.95 Uswitch
8GB £7.99 MSE
10GB £8.95 Uswitch
15GB £14.99 MSE (with unlimited international mins!)"

EDIT2 all still showing (12th Sept):

2GB, 8GB & 15GB (scroll down) moneysavingexpert.com/mob…ts/



EDIT3: The MSE 2GB deal (unlimited minutes for the same £5 as here has been posted - really deserves some heat - note deal not posted by me)

hotukdeals.com/dea…513
Edited by: "jnm21" 13th Sep
As @jnm21 mentioned, you can go via MSE - Money Saving Expert and get the same plan but with unlimited minutes and texts for the same price of £5. I've recently moved my nan onto this plan and its been great! Also ported her number over which gave her £10 credit.

She was paying £25/pm for 36mb Fibre with unlimited anytime calls but when it came to renewal, her ISP wouldn't let her re-contract for the same price and wanted £8 extra for the calls. So I've changed her over to just Fibre without calls for £22.99 and moved her mobile from PAYG to this Lebara £5 plan and its working a treat! She makes international calls every now and then so the 100 international minutes is perfect. Even if she does use the 100 international minutes of the month its just 3p a minute which comes out of the £10 bonus credit she was given for porting her number over aha
Edited by: "toyota1" 5th Sep
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No
International minutes are separate
Works for most common destinations including India , but not UAE
I have one of these for last 3 months or so. No issues and cheap.
Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.

I listed out the various best offers in a recent post - 10 GB for £8.95 via Uswitch, £14.99 for 15 GB & unlimited international calls via MSE, etc.

Oh & from experience forget TCB & Quidco with Lebara - even if you go direct they don't track.

EDIT Since this has gone hot & getting a lot of attention, I dug out my previous post (was accurate at time of posting 2 weeks ago):

"Here are the best offers as you need to shop around the introducers (all Lebara, unlimited UK & 100 international mins):

2GB £5 MSE
4GB £6.95 Uswitch
8GB £7.99 MSE
10GB £8.95 Uswitch
15GB £14.99 MSE (with unlimited international mins!)"

EDIT2 all still showing (12th Sept):

2GB, 8GB & 15GB (scroll down) moneysavingexpert.com/mob…ts/



EDIT3: The MSE 2GB deal (unlimited minutes for the same £5 as here has been posted - really deserves some heat - note deal not posted by me)

hotukdeals.com/dea…513
Edited by: "jnm21" 13th Sep
Lebara is the best if you want to make international calls.
I've been with them for a couple of months on this tariff and I've no complaints so far!
As @jnm21 mentioned, you can go via MSE - Money Saving Expert and get the same plan but with unlimited minutes and texts for the same price of £5. I've recently moved my nan onto this plan and its been great! Also ported her number over which gave her £10 credit.

She was paying £25/pm for 36mb Fibre with unlimited anytime calls but when it came to renewal, her ISP wouldn't let her re-contract for the same price and wanted £8 extra for the calls. So I've changed her over to just Fibre without calls for £22.99 and moved her mobile from PAYG to this Lebara £5 plan and its working a treat! She makes international calls every now and then so the 100 international minutes is perfect. Even if she does use the 100 international minutes of the month its just 3p a minute which comes out of the £10 bonus credit she was given for porting her number over aha
Edited by: "toyota1" 5th Sep
Use this link to see all the promotional deals at Lebara. Save 1p a month on the HUKD link!

mobile.lebara.com/gb/…ive
Not free to call Pakistan which would bring them lots more customers
jnm2105/09/2020 19:38

Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.I listed out the various best …Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.I listed out the various best offers in a recent post - 10 GB for £8.95 via Uswitch, £14.99 for 15 GB & unlimited international calls via MSE, etc.Oh & from experience forget TCB & Quidco with Lebara - even if you go direct they don't track.

Yes, TBH I had no problem with Topcash, Tracked and paid very quickly.
Happy Days, Lebara first class with them now 6 months or more, absolutely no problems with them.
Somnus05/09/2020 21:57

Use this link to see all the promotional deals at Lebara. Save 1p a month …Use this link to see all the promotional deals at Lebara. Save 1p a month on the HUKD link!https://mobile.lebara.com/gb/en/search/?text=exclusive


Interesting link - very useful!

It is not all of the promotional tariffs though - the Uswitch tariffs are not there (e.g. this for £4.95).
Mobile network for data is better on lebara(vodafone) than virgin. If someone find it useful. (I have both cards in phone)
Somnus05/09/2020 21:57

Use this link to see all the promotional deals at Lebara. Save 1p a month …Use this link to see all the promotional deals at Lebara. Save 1p a month on the HUKD link!https://mobile.lebara.com/gb/en/search/?text=exclusive


It is also missing the 8GB for £8 MSE offer.
GrumpyUnicorn07/09/2020 15:40

It is also missing the 8GB for £8 MSE offer.


I see it? Also used that page to sign my wife up for the £7.99 deal.
Does this network include roaming to the EU and can you tether another device
cwj382008/09/2020 08:48

Does this network include roaming to the EU and can you tether another …Does this network include roaming to the EU and can you tether another device


yes and yes
jnm2105/09/2020 19:38

Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.I listed out the various best …Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.I listed out the various best offers in a recent post - 10 GB for £8.95 via Uswitch, £14.99 for 15 GB & unlimited international calls via MSE, etc.Oh & from experience forget TCB & Quidco with Lebara - even if you go direct they don't track.


I did and I did.
harrythefish10/09/2020 20:54

I did and I did.


Make sure you auto-renew or you have to port away & back again!
OKov09/09/2020 00:16

yes and yes


I am not able to tether and customer support told me they don't support tethering?
I have signed up to the MSE offer, but I am having difficulty in setting up a Direct Debit as they only accept card payment. Any advice will be appreciated.
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left_leg198311/09/2020 09:49

I have signed up to the MSE offer, but I am having difficulty in setting …I have signed up to the MSE offer, but I am having difficulty in setting up a Direct Debit as they only accept card payment. Any advice will be appreciated.


I paid mine with paypal
jnm2105/09/2020 19:38

Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.I listed out the various best …Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.I listed out the various best offers in a recent post - 10 GB for £8.95 via Uswitch, £14.99 for 15 GB & unlimited international calls via MSE, etc.Oh & from experience forget TCB & Quidco with Lebara - even if you go direct they don't track.


Mine tracked earlier this year (Feb). I got a £15.75 cashback on a £15 rolling contract.

I got lebara because they allowed me to use my UK number in India with no roaming charges (subject to usage limits)

Obviously I cancelled before the 30 days was up, so was paid to use my phone

Also got the £10 number port credit which I used to purchase things from Google play store
What's the service like?
kaizhu7905/09/2020 18:22

Port your number to them and you get a £10 credit as …Port your number to them and you get a £10 credit as well.https://mobile.lebara.com/gb/en/portinIf you refer someone, you also get £50.https://mobile.lebara.com/gb/en/rnelogin



Have ported the number across and my account is £10 in credit, thanks for the heads up
Khaan11/09/2020 10:20

What's the service like?


Service on chats and twitter has been great!
However, I find the network is not true to vodafone network. Lots of dead spots and also few call drops. No wifi calling as well!
Also, the free roaming in India didnt work at all. Almost zero network coverage. I dont know what kind of tie up they had with Indian service providers.
defgimp11/09/2020 10:25

Have ported the number across and my account is £10 in credit, thanks for …Have ported the number across and my account is £10 in credit, thanks for the heads up


Frustrating point to note, the £10 credit can't be used for recurring plans.
So these useless £10 I still have as balance since last 8 months.
These types of deals are sim only in that they do not place a standing order on your bank account? You voluntarily renew the deal every 30 days?
Wonder whether they have voice mail system :/
ROADRUNNER.330111/09/2020 09:35

I am not able to tether and customer support told me they don't support …I am not able to tether and customer support told me they don't support tethering?


I am tethering now from the Lebara SIM in my iPhone.
That's a no brainer if the tcb comes in too
jnm2105/09/2020 19:38

Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.I listed out the various best …Go via MSE & you get unlimited minutes.I listed out the various best offers in a recent post - 10 GB for £8.95 via Uswitch, £14.99 for 15 GB & unlimited international calls via MSE, etc.Oh & from experience forget TCB & Quidco with Lebara - even if you go direct they don't track.

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Mine tracked no problem when I went direct back in May for the same deal this month they even gave me an extra 1gb data. Happy days
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nunogsilva11/09/2020 10:00

I paid mine with paypal


Thank you, I’ll change over to PayPal as it currently a recurring charge on my credit card
Nithin_BabuThomas11/09/2020 10:44

Wonder whether they have voice mail system :/


Yes. Comes out of your monthly allowance of minutes.
I recently signed up my uncle to this but he currently only gets 1000 mins on the 2GB (£5) plan... is there a way to move over to the unlimited mins plan without having to port number away and then back again?
Ideal for the phone I use when offroad cycling, heat added.
Dtim1911/09/2020 10:43

These types of deals are sim only in that they do not place a standing …These types of deals are sim only in that they do not place a standing order on your bank account? You voluntarily renew the deal every 30 days?


Renewal is automatic unless you stop it. I paid with credit card, so I think it's technically a recurring payment rather than a standing order.

Either way it's very easy to cancel the auto-renew using the app
krazykush11/09/2020 14:44

I recently signed up my uncle to this but he currently only gets 1000 mins …I recently signed up my uncle to this but he currently only gets 1000 mins on the 2GB (£5) plan... is there a way to move over to the unlimited mins plan without having to port number away and then back again?


Unfortunately not - currently have an uncle on Voxi for 1 month to move back to a promo tariff.
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