Pay Monthly Sim Only Plans Unlimited Calls Text 30Gb Data £30 @ EE (12 Months = £360)
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Pay Monthly Sim Only Plans Unlimited Calls Text 30Gb Data £30 @ EE (12 Months = £360)

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Found 16th Nov 2016
PAY MONTHLY SIM ONLY PLANS UNLIMITED CALLS TEXT 30GB DATA £30 @ EE

EE 4G Multi SIM
Our fastest 4G
30 GB data
Unlimited text messages
Unlimited minutes
12 months plan
Included EU calls, texts & data
BT Sport app access

USUALLY £39.99
FREE DELIVERY

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How much ouch
Three offer better and more than 500mbs data in eu

how is that better than EE? this is the max plan so any EE max plan allows upto 15gb of the users data to be used in an EU country pcm.
it's the 4gee plans that limit to 500mb pcm.
plus the max plan comes with a subscription to bt sport for 12months on the simo/24 months on devices. max plan also allows the 4g lte network speeds on the cat 9 network for compatible devices in *connected areas*

grantjennings12

how is that better than EE? this is the max plan so any EE max plan … how is that better than EE? this is the max plan so any EE max plan allows upto 15gb of the users data to be used in an EU country pcm. it's the 4gee plans that limit to 500mb pcm. plus the max plan comes with a subscription to bt sport for 12months on the simo/24 months on devices. max plan also allows the 4g lte network speeds on the cat 9 network for compatible devices in *connected areas*



30gb of data £30 or three's 30gb or unlimited is better especially with feel at home and 3 months free.
We're does it say out of the 30gb you also get 15gb data in EU.
As for speeds I'm not blown away with EE's believe that there fastest out there. EE's super duper 4g max speeds are not in many places in U.K. As I'm a EE customer at present and there 4GEE max is only available at Wembley stadium and London at the min.
Also am I right in thinking these deals are 24 month? Really
Threes unlimited everything works out less than £20 per month with free 3 months and quidco.
BT sport is crap on a tv so who wants to watch the app only on a small phone screen.
These are my personal views and people May thing EE offer is good but I don't.
£30 for sim only is expensive
Edited by: "mmurdoch" 16th Nov 2016

Also check out Vodafone deal with 20gb/4gb yes less data but works out at £8.75 with mobiles.co.uk redemption and quidco.
As a EE customer still I wish they would match other networks to save me jumping ship to voda or three

I took out a deal last month from ee directly it was £16GB data, unlimited mins/texts for £19.99 but NO eu data roaming! why is everyone suddenly getting eu roaming now? is this new or something that eu doing?

With looks of it its been out a I think or I might be wrong, Ive only just herd of it and seen it and EE over last three weeks of me ringing up for a better deal have never mentioned it. Not sure if the 15gb of EU data comes of your monthly allowance of 20gb 30gb or 40gb or is an extra on top of these allowances.
Brilliant that EE has decided to do this as there were behind in my opinion compared to other providers offering data roaming but bloody hell its expensive.

mmurdoch

30gb of data £30 or three's 30gb or unlimited is better especially with … 30gb of data £30 or three's 30gb or unlimited is better especially with feel at home and 3 months free.We're does it say out of the 30gb you also get 15gb data in EU.As for speeds I'm not blown away with EE's believe that there fastest out there. EE's super duper 4g max speeds are not in many places in U.K. As I'm a EE customer at present and there 4GEE max is only available at Wembley stadium and London at the min.Also am I right in thinking these deals are 24 month? Really Threes unlimited everything works out less than £20 per month with free 3 months and quidco.BT sport is crap on a tv so who wants to watch the app only on a small phone screen.These are my personal views and people May thing EE offer is good but I don't.£30 for sim only is expensive


The EE deal is a 12-month SIM Only contract and it is better than Three in so many ways.
Just a few below:
You've got superior 4G coverage and speeds. About the same 3G coverage as Three (as the two networks share their 3G masts) and 2G to fall back.
EE offers native WiFi Calling (not just a crappy app) and VoLTE that work seamlessly together.
Finally, their EU roaming includes up to 15GB at full speed, in 4G and allows tethering everywhere.
Three's Feel at home is up to 12GB (if you are unlimited within UK), throttles data, only support 3G roaming and does not allow tethering.

Unless you only care about having the cheapest, EE is the best overall offering. Great quality at a decent price.

iz123456789

I took out a deal last month from ee directly it was £16GB data, … I took out a deal last month from ee directly it was £16GB data, unlimited mins/texts for £19.99 but NO eu data roaming! why is everyone suddenly getting eu roaming now? is this new or something that eu doing?


The EU regulation for roaming will come into effect in June 2017. These are offers the operators are doing in advance to attract more customers. In June 2017 they will have to change the allowances in EU roaming for everyone (old and new contracts) and make it more like being within the UK, so use your allowance when roaming in EU.

If you really want the new SIM Only plans you could call CS and try to negotiate. Otherwise, wait until June 2017 and you will be allowed to use your UK allowance when roaming in EU.

LegendaryAced

The EE deal is a 12-month SIM Only contract and it is better than Three … The EE deal is a 12-month SIM Only contract and it is better than Three in so many ways.Just a few below:You've got superior 4G coverage and speeds. About the same 3G coverage as Three (as the two networks share their 3G masts) and 2G to fall back.EE offers native WiFi Calling (not just a crappy app) and VoLTE that work seamlessly together.Finally, their EU roaming includes up to 15GB at full speed, in 4G and allows tethering everywhere.Three's Feel at home is up to 12GB (if you are unlimited within UK), throttles data, only support 3G roaming and does not allow tethering.Unless you only care about having the cheapest, EE is the best overall offering. Great quality at a decent price.



LegendaryAced

The EE deal is a 12-month SIM Only contract and it is better than Three … The EE deal is a 12-month SIM Only contract and it is better than Three in so many ways.Just a few below:You've got superior 4G coverage and speeds. About the same 3G coverage as Three (as the two networks share their 3G masts) and 2G to fall back.EE offers native WiFi Calling (not just a crappy app) and VoLTE that work seamlessly together.Finally, their EU roaming includes up to 15GB at full speed, in 4G and allows tethering everywhere.Three's Feel at home is up to 12GB (if you are unlimited within UK), throttles data, only support 3G roaming and does not allow tethering.Unless you only care about having the cheapest, EE is the best overall offering. Great quality at a decent price.


As a current EE customer yes there not bad but I wouldn't say there far superior (Maybe on paper they are) but in real life use my other handset on Vodafone is better than EE in areas and faster on 4g.
Is this new Volte thing only in London at min
15GB data roaming got to admit that looks good but who the hell would use 15gb in Europe and at full speed 4g I find that hard to believe as some countries in Europe struggle like hell with 4g, even tho some are more advanced than the U.K.
Would we get high speed 4g while on our jollies?
Didn't know that Three data roaming was only 3g but im sure it's good enough for mist people to check emails, facebook etc.
And yes price has to be a major factor don't get me wrong the EE deals look good but £30 a month on a sim only is not a deal regardless of EE's rubbish about being far superior and what there offering.
Most people these days go sim only for a cheaper option to high contract monthly prices and buy there handsets outright and want just a reliable network offering the best deals.
Lets not forget EU roaming charges look set to be scrapped next year

mmurdoch

As a current EE customer yes there not bad but I wouldn't say there far … As a current EE customer yes there not bad but I wouldn't say there far superior (Maybe on paper they are) but in real life use my other handset on Vodafone is better than EE in areas and faster on 4g.Is this new Volte thing only in London at min15GB data roaming got to admit that looks good but who the hell would use 15gb in Europe and at full speed 4g I find that hard to believe as some countries in Europe struggle like hell with 4g, even tho some are more advanced than the U.K.Would we get high speed 4g while on our jollies?Didn't know that Three data roaming was only 3g but im sure it's good enough for mist people to check emails, facebook etc.And yes price has to be a major factor don't get me wrong the EE deals look good but £30 a month on a sim only is not a deal regardless of EE's rubbish about being far superior and what there offering. Most people these days go sim only for a cheaper option to high contract monthly prices and buy there handsets outright and want just a reliable network offering the best deals. Lets not forget EU roaming charges look set to be scrapped next year


VoLTE is nationwide on EE and offers exceptional call quality (they call it '4G Calling' and you need a compatible device). In my experience, EE beats Vodafone (and definitely Three) in 4G speeds and coverage around the country, but everyone can make their own claims based on where they live and move.
I travel in EU countries multiple times a year and I can assure you that most countries are far ahead UK in terms of coverage and speeds. Example countries: Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Greece and Spain. EE is getting very close. I agree that 15GB is a lot of data, but it is there. You can choose to use it if you want and if you don't you can still have piece of mind.

As I mentioned before, EU roaming charges will be eliminated in June 2017. People can choose to wait or upgrade now. It all depends on what you need/want.

£30 for their offer is a decent price in my opinion. I'm sure you could negotiate a better price if you are already an EE customer.
Edited by: "LegendaryAced" 17th Nov 2016

Out of interest as I don't know the answer.
Next year when this EU roaming charges are supposed to stop, would it just stop?
Would the EU data we have on our tariffs be worthless and any data used come out of the uk allowance?
How would it all work
Just thinking about your comments regarding EU use would it be worth worrying about having any at the minute as of June next year it's not an issue.
Someone made the comment which I think is bang on that mobile company's are grabbing last bit of money before June etc.

mmurdoch

Out of interest as I don't know the answer.Next year when this EU roaming … Out of interest as I don't know the answer.Next year when this EU roaming charges are supposed to stop, would it just stop?Would the EU data we have on our tariffs be worthless and any data used come out of the uk allowance?How would it all workJust thinking about your comments regarding EU use would it be worth worrying about having any at the minute as of June next year it's not an issue.Someone made the comment which I think is bang on that mobile company's are grabbing last bit of money before June etc.


The EU regulation, which will come into effect in June 2017, specifically mentions that operators will have to charge you as in the home country. So we will be able to use our UK allowance when roaming in the EU. They can still have a fair usage policy which will focus on people buying contracts from other countries cheaper while using better infrastructure in their home country (example buy a UK contract and use it in Sweden).

As for the current EU roaming allowances, you just have the assurance that it won't be a worse offering. We'll have to wait and see how they implement it exactly, but the general rule is that we will be able to use our UK allowance.

EE's offer for this plan is 15GB EU data that comes out of your allowance. They might offer just the same in June 2017 (unlikely because they have to give reasoning to Ofcom and EU as to why they will impose that limit) or the whole 30GB.

Edited by: "LegendaryAced" 17th Nov 2016

LegendaryAced

The EU regulation, which will come into effect in June 2017, specifically … The EU regulation, which will come into effect in June 2017, specifically mentions that operators will have to charge you as in the home country. So we will be able to use our UK allowance when roaming in the EU. They can still have a fair usage policy which will focus on people by contracts from other countries cheaper while using better infrastructure in their home country (example buy a UK contract and use it Sweden).As for the current EU roaming allowances, you just have the assurance that it won't be a worse offering. We'll have to wait and see how they implement it exactly, but the general rule is that we will be able to use our UK allowance.EE's offer for this plan is 15GB EU data that comes out of your allowance. They might offer just the same in June 2017 (unlikely because they have to give reasoning to Ofcom and EU as to why they will impose that limit) or the whole 30GB.



Interesting
So I'm none the wiser in what direct to go at the minute and in theory best making my decisions on UK use at the moment. So the likes of feel at home etc shouldn't be my main reason for choosing a network
Looking at the deals flying around think 8gb would be ideal for me as only having 4 at min and come close to using lot a few times.
Better get back to drawing board and start again just wish EE had offered a decent deal and all this **** about wouldn't be necessary

As you mentioned Three is basically ****, Vodafones 20gb/4gb works out £8.75 with redemption and Quidco might be worth a pop
Or get into EE ribs for a deal but failed on last few calls
Edited by: "mmurdoch" 17th Nov 2016

One thing I've noticed about these new sim only deals is that the sales agents want me to take a new number and not offered anything as a existing customer.
If I'm honest I'd rather stay with EE to save messing about but if they can't offer a decent deal then I think Vodafone is next step maybe. Do they offer the wifi calling like EE etc

mmurdoch

One thing I've noticed about these new sim only deals is that the sales … One thing I've noticed about these new sim only deals is that the sales agents want me to take a new number and not offered anything as a existing customer.If I'm honest I'd rather stay with EE to save messing about but if they can't offer a decent deal then I think Vodafone is next step maybe. Do they offer the wifi calling like EE etc


This is getting way out of topic. You should carefully make your own research. Watch out for the horrible Vodafone CS, you might regret it. Also, Vodafone's WiFi Calling is for very limited range of devices and supports Voice only (no texts).

LegendaryAced

This is getting way out of topic. You should carefully make your own … This is getting way out of topic. You should carefully make your own research. Watch out for the horrible Vodafone CS, you might regret it. Also, Vodafone's WiFi Calling is for very limited range of devices and supports Voice only (no texts).



Way of topic?
Is this not a website to discuss deals and people's thoughts regarding posted mentioned deals.
Or do we just vote hot/cold

Has anyone taking EE up on these 20gb or 30gb been successful to get a better deal on price etc.
Would be nice to know before I give them a bell

mmurdoch

Has anyone taking EE up on these 20gb or 30gb been successful to get a … Has anyone taking EE up on these 20gb or 30gb been successful to get a better deal on price etc.Would be nice to know before I give them a bell


Yes. This plan for £24.99, because I had loyalty discounts that carry on.

LegendaryAced

Yes. This plan for £24.99, because I had loyalty discounts that carry on.



Was this 30gb dude
Edited by: "mmurdoch" 17th Nov 2016

mmurdoch

Was this 20 or 30gb dude


30GB

Existing EE customers can also take 10% off. Looks like the best EE 4G sim only deal in the run up to Black Friday. Still probably worth waiting just a few more days though...

Been waiting to get with EE for ages for the first time on a smaller sim only plan than this and been chopping and changing providers for a while and on the 3 321 paygo at the moment to put me over and hoping something comes up with them for black Friday-they recently matched 3 on there unlimited min/texts 4GB of data plan for £9 but that was for existing customers and not new customers which would have been perfect for me with double data speed and EE have excellent speeds where I live

Edited by: "mike33" 17th Nov 2016

dav1dk1ng

Existing EE customers can also take 10% off. Looks like the best EE 4G … Existing EE customers can also take 10% off. Looks like the best EE 4G sim only deal in the run up to Black Friday. Still probably worth waiting just a few more days though...



10% only bloody hell
Think I may hold out for Black Friday just in case something tasty pops up. My pac's run out Sunday so I'll just get new ones.
Fingers crossed

For those of you considering Voda-f******-fone my only word of advice would be this:

DON'T

1. Lousy customer service
2. Messing up the bills (they overcharged me by £350 the greedy b######s)
3. No data capping to stop you going over.


EE might have something better for black Friday which is why I am holding out until then, if not the £25 deal seems good even though I know other networks such as Three have better deals but with their poorer coverage and speed it seems like a waste and less value for money! trust me I know I've been with them a few months and they pretty much suck... took me 45 minutes to get my PAC code from the stubborn call centre man abroad.... grrrr!!




Edited by: "KMax007" 18th Nov 2016

KMax007

For those of you considering Voda-f******-fone my only word of advice … For those of you considering Voda-f******-fone my only word of advice would be this:DON'T1. lousy customer service2. messing up the bills (they overcharged me by £350 the greedy b######s) 3. no data capping to stop you going overEE might have something better for black Friday which is why I am holding out until then, if not the £25 deal seems good even though I know other networks such as Three have better deals but with their poorer coverage and speed it seems like a waste and less value for money! trust me i know i been with them a few months and they pretty much suck... took me 45 minutes to get my PAC code from the stubborn call centre man abroad.... grrrr!!


Morning
I contacted Vodafone yesterday regarding data, & caps and was informed not to worry everything is capped in the uk and other countries. Take it that he was talking crap

KMax007

For those of you considering Voda-f******-fone my only word of advice … For those of you considering Voda-f******-fone my only word of advice would be this:DON'T1. Lousy customer service2. Messing up the bills (they overcharged me by £350 the greedy b######s) 3. No data capping to stop you going over.EE might have something better for black Friday which is why I am holding out until then, if not the £25 deal seems good even though I know other networks such as Three have better deals but with their poorer coverage and speed it seems like a waste and less value for money! trust me I know I've been with them a few months and they pretty much suck... took me 45 minutes to get my PAC code from the stubborn call centre man abroad.... grrrr!!


That is so true about Vodafone! (except the data cap, I think they have implemented that now, not that it is worth it with the mess they are)
And in order to get your PAC from Three, you have to talk to them for at least half an hour refusing their offers and telling them you want to leave! So annoying!
Edited by: "LegendaryAced" 18th Nov 2016
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