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One plan sim only Now 1 month rolling contract £25 @ Three
One plan sim only Now 1 month rolling contract £25 @ Three

One plan sim only Now 1 month rolling contract £25 @ Three

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The one plan which 3 were offering which was a 12 month package, has now been changed to a 1 month rolling contract starting from today.

The package gives you:
2000 any network minutes
5000 texts
5000 3 too 3 calls
unlimited data.
For only £25

The deal is available in all 3 stores and online
threestore.three.co.uk/dea…015

54 Comments

Thats a great deal, shame I still have to wait till the end of this year.
Hate Vodafone now and their high costs....
And before anyone says I used to be on Three 7-8 years ago...

Pay an extra £10 and get a Desire HD, or other suitable smartphone

Python5 - May 04, 2011 10:57Pay an extra £10 and get a Desire HD, … Python5 - May 04, 2011 10:57Pay an extra £10 and get a Desire HD, or other suitable smartphone


Oh and you forgot,be tied into a 24 month contract oO

hmm
i get the same mins etc, 18 month, and they gave me a free iPhone, for £25

so do you just pay the huge premium on this for the 'convenience' of having to buy your own 400 quid handset ?

Ordered one the other day with quidco. Can I cancel and get quidco or TCB again?

Also Quidco have updated their rates to give you £52.30 which pays for 2 months.

NEW: The One Plan - SIM only 1 month contract: Get 2000 minutes, 5000 texts, all-you-can-eat data, 5000 Three-to-Three minutes, voicemail, free PAYG SIM for a friend for only £25 per month. + £52.30 cashback at Three

Thanks for the heads up - was considering getting an iPhone and this deal sim only, even sweeter now its one month at a time. I personally hate the idea of being tied down for as much as 2 years, even if it might save me a bit of cash on buying the phone

niceguyrichy

hmmi get the same mins etc, 18 month, and they gave me a free iPhone, for … hmmi get the same mins etc, 18 month, and they gave me a free iPhone, for £25so do you just pay the huge premium on this for the 'convenience' of having to buy your own 400 quid handset ?



How did you get it for that price?

That person was probably a retention renewal deal but he being obnoxious. Probably a refurb deal or something.

This is a good deal.

This is a great deal but just as you have the option to move every month, they also have the option of dropping/changing the deal. But you could simply move to a better/different deal at that point.

Is there a limit on the "all you can eat" data? Also how are they with tethering?
I'm on the 3gb limit tmobile one at the moment which allows it.

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niceguyrichy

hmmi get the same mins etc, 18 month, and they gave me a free iPhone, for … hmmi get the same mins etc, 18 month, and they gave me a free iPhone, for £25so do you just pay the huge premium on this for the 'convenience' of having to buy your own 400 quid handset ?



You forgot to mention which iphone. A 8gb 3GS right?

With the exception of the all you can eat data it seems quiet expensive to me.

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ptamblin

Also Quidco have updated their rates to give you £52.30 which pays for 2 … Also Quidco have updated their rates to give you £52.30 which pays for 2 months. NEW: The One Plan - SIM only 1 month contract: Get 2000 minutes, 5000 texts, all-you-can-eat data, 5000 Three-to-Three minutes, voicemail, free PAYG SIM for a friend for only £25 per month. + £52.30 cashback at Three



I dont get that. So you get the sim with all those minutes, and be £27.30 richer for the privilege? Because you would cancel the sim after the month and do it all over again. I cant seem to find anywhere where it says you have to stay on it for an x amount of time in order for it to pay out (as was the case on o2 30 day contracts, if i remember correctly)

Adnan786

You forgot to mention which iphone. A 8gb 3GS right?



that's what i saw they were offering - trying to get rid of their old pre-iphone 4 stock.

Adnan786

Quidco is not a certainty...also I don't think you would get the cash … Quidco is not a certainty...also I don't think you would get the cash back each month. But first one yes.I dont get that. So you get the sim with all those minutes, and be £27.30 richer for the privilege? Because you would cancel the sim after the month and do it all over again. I cant seem to find anywhere where it says you have to stay on it for an x amount of time in order for it to pay out (as was the case on o2 30 day contracts, if i remember correctly)


andysubaru

Is there a limit on the "all you can eat" data? Also how are they with … Is there a limit on the "all you can eat" data? Also how are they with tethering?I'm on the 3gb limit tmobile one at the moment which allows it.



Tethering works like a charm and depending on the time of day, I can get around 3.8Mb download and 1.5Mb upload. Its fast enough for pretty much anything you need but not as fast as the 4.8Mb I used to get with T-Mobile, which in honesty is strange since they share their 3g networks!

On my first month alone, I downloaded over 8GB of data, mainly streaming video from sky player and havent heard a peep from 3. Dropped calls have been an issue for me but I phoned and complained recently. They said it was likely my handset and to visit a 3 store but ever since I complained, things have been much more stable.

I get 1.9 down and only 512kbps up with T - mobile on my HTC Desire in the Bedford area. Must all depend where you live. It should be the same all over really.

Its a cracking deal but im just worried about reception problems.
Also is the unlimited data REALLY unlimited or is there a limit?
I work nights and watch 24 over the net which obviously uses a LOT of data.
Im on "unlimited" with O2 but i also need to check if that is really unlimited.

3 is truely unlimited. O2 isn't

Giffgaff is better though with truly unlimite data

Thats a hell of alot of minutes texts etc.. You have to be on your mobile 24/7 to use up everything. Considering the quidco cashback which is more than just getting the first 2 months free, this is an absolute supernova deal. After all, once your first month is over, you could just give in your 30 day notice.. Nice one!

almahadeus

Unless this is a lie, then it is truely … Unless this is a lie, then it is truely unlimited:http://blog.three.co.uk/2010/07/01/the-one-unlimited-and-data-allowances/



Perhaps, if you would have gone through the comment below by moderator

Moderator: Johanna
on March 30, 2011
@Clennon – There are no additional data charges on The One Plan, there is no limit to All-you-can eat data. If you have been charged it’ll be an error which should be able to be resolved by giving 333 a call. Let us know how you get on.

anyone know if data also means blackberry data with this?

rapid111111

anyone know if data also means blackberry data with this?



No i think you have to get an additional blackberry addon

paz2k6

No i think you have to get an additional blackberry addon



thanks

mRActivate8

Perhaps, if you would have gone through the comment below by … Perhaps, if you would have gone through the comment below by moderatorModerator: Johannaon March 30, [email protected] – There are no additional data charges on The One Plan, there is no limit to All-you-can eat data. If you have been charged it’ll be an error which should be able to be resolved by giving 333 a call. Let us know how you get on.



and your point is exactly what???

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simate

I get 1.9 down and only 512kbps up with T - mobile on my HTC Desire in … I get 1.9 down and only 512kbps up with T - mobile on my HTC Desire in the Bedford area. Must all depend where you live. It should be the same all over really.



That and you are being capped by T-mobile. I was getting that before aswell, now i can hit over 4mb dl and 1.6mb upload (which ironically is faster then my virgin media home broadband)

nosluom

think this sums three up for me from 1029 … think this sums three up for me from 1029 reviewshttp://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews12640.html



Ehhh... the other networks don't exactly come out as brilliant:

T-Mobile = 2.2 / 5
O2 = 2.1 / 5
Orange = 1.8 / 5
Voda = 1.7 / 5

(3 = 1.4 / 5)

Interesting that there are so many reviews for Three. I guess they're annoying a lot more people than the other networks! I think Three are brilliant, but there you go. Each to their own.

Which? reviewed the major networks last month and O2 came top for customer satisfaction (probably all the Apple iPhone fanboys) and Three came in second place!

Edited by: "nickbooth" 15th May 2011

Aiadi

and your point is exactly what???



read ??

Adnan786

That and you are being capped by T-mobile. I was getting that before … That and you are being capped by T-mobile. I was getting that before aswell, now i can hit over 4mb dl and 1.6mb upload (which ironically is faster then my virgin media home broadband)



How are you getting that speed then? Location/uncapped?


niceguyrichy

hmmi get the same mins etc, 18 month, and they gave me a free iPhone, for … hmmi get the same mins etc, 18 month, and they gave me a free iPhone, for £25



I got offered this, when I cancelled with them, but on a 12 month deal, after loads of phone calls from them badgering me.

So is there no fair use policy at all? it is truely unlimited? or is it capped at like 1gb/2gb per month? Thanks in advance

magough

Its a cracking deal but im just worried about reception problems.Also is … Its a cracking deal but im just worried about reception problems.Also is the unlimited data REALLY unlimited or is there a limit?I work nights and watch 24 over the net which obviously uses a LOT of data.Im on "unlimited" with O2 but i also need to check if that is really unlimited.



RichardRichards

So is there no fair use policy at all? it is truely unlimited? or is it … So is there no fair use policy at all? it is truely unlimited? or is it capped at like 1gb/2gb per month? Thanks in advance



As I said in my previous post, I downloaded over 8gb during my first watch, mainly streaming boardwalk empire via sky player and 3 didnt say a thing. My speed has never been capped regardless of how much I download. The network can get a bit congested during the day which can slow things down but I also work nights and use my phone to tether to my laptop so I can stream media all night long! I am glad I switched from T-Mobile thats for sure!

Reception shouldn't be an issue due to the network sharing agreement with T-Mobile, coverage for me in the north of scotland is excellent. The network is also backed up with orange 2g.
Edited by: "menz83" 13th May 2011

I will add my little bit here, I changed from O2 to 3 in March as I saw the original one contract from 3 on here and I already had an Iphone 4.
All of my friends at work are envyous of the download speeds I get and I have even let them use my iphone 4 to tether there laptops.
I think from being the worst network when I tried them years ago I will only say I am REALLY happy with them now.

Edited by: "Stormbringer2012" 13th May 2011

laldude

Thats a hell of alot of minutes texts etc.. You have to be on your mobile … Thats a hell of alot of minutes texts etc.. You have to be on your mobile 24/7 to use up everything. Considering the quidco cashback which is more than just getting the first 2 months free, this is an absolute supernova deal. After all, once your first month is over, you could just give in your 30 day notice.. Nice one!


Just short of 4 hours, and 166 texts per day, yes.

I'm not quite sure why they don't just call it unlimited texts, unlimited calls within the 3 network.

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simate

How are you getting that speed then? Location/uncapped?



I got them to put something called mobile broadband option on my account and that lifts speed restrictions. But i dont always get over 4mb, it depends on location/reception and time.

I'm more than happy with Three mobile as it seems in the last two years they've improved their reception massively, the One plan is truely unlimited data and they've even gone back to UK call centres.

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