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Smarty Sim only - 1 month contract - £5 2GB unlimited texts and calls at uSwitch (Promotional price is only for 3 months)
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Smarty Sim only - 1 month contract - £5 2GB unlimited texts and calls at uSwitch (Promotional price is only for 3 months)

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Posted 18th Jul

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Sim only 1 month contract on smarty through uswitch
2GB data unlimited minutes unlimited texts £5.00
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Three months only very misleading. Hidden away in the t&c’s

Promotion
2. The Three Months Free Data on the Small Plan promotion (“Promotion”) will commence at 00:00
BST on 18 July 2019 and will close at 23:59 BST on 01 August 2019 (the “Promotion Period”).
3. The Promotion may be withdrawn, amended or extended, at any time by SMARTY through an update to these terms on Smarty.co.uk. If the Promotion is withdrawn, any Reward (defined at section 5 below) due prior to withdrawal will be honoured.
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kris123418/07/2019 21:14

paying 10.33 for 60gb cold


Some might only need 2gb so those people would be saving £5

Not everyone is a heavy user

Heat op
kris123418/07/2019 21:14

paying 10.33 for 60gb cold



You should compare like for like, and you haven't even supplied a link to the 60GB for £10.33 deal. OR even better is your price rubbish because you can get unlimited data for £14?
Edited by: "Niz" 18th Jul
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paying 10.33 for 60gb cold
kris123418/07/2019 21:14

paying 10.33 for 60gb cold


Some might only need 2gb so those people would be saving £5

Not everyone is a heavy user

Heat op
kris123418/07/2019 21:14

paying 10.33 for 60gb cold



You should compare like for like, and you haven't even supplied a link to the 60GB for £10.33 deal. OR even better is your price rubbish because you can get unlimited data for £14?
Edited by: "Niz" 18th Jul
Vectone have 5gb for £5 but i think they are a bit pants from what i've heard

vectonemobile.co.uk
Niz18/07/2019 21:18

You should compare like for like, and you haven't even supplied a link to …You should compare like for like, and you haven't even supplied a link to the 60GB for £10.33 deal. OR even better is your price rubbish because you can get unlimited data for £14?


I use max 40gb dont need unlimited.
kris123418/07/2019 21:23

I use max 40gb dont need unlimited.


Ahh so you do understand yet you voted this deal cold...
kris123418/07/2019 21:14

paying 10.33 for 60gb cold


Wow, where and how .....thanks
Think it's only for three months then back to £7.50 p/m..
It's only for three months. From the T's and C's:

" £5 service charge is the base cost of our data discount plans (unlimited standard calls, texts and

running the network) (the “Base Cost”). The rest is simply for data, and with our special offer on the

Eligible Plan, we’re giving it to you for free for three months"
This is actually quite a good deal!
If you just want it for one month do you buy the SIM card and immediately cancel? How does this work?
What network does this run under O2 , Three, Vodafone or EE?
sydney87118/07/2019 21:40

If you just want it for one month do you buy the SIM card and immediately …If you just want it for one month do you buy the SIM card and immediately cancel? How does this work? What network does this run under O2 , Three, Vodafone or EE?


Three
sydney87118/07/2019 21:40

If you just want it for one month do you buy the SIM card and immediately …If you just want it for one month do you buy the SIM card and immediately cancel? How does this work? What network does this run under O2 , Three, Vodafone or EE?


Three
kris123418/07/2019 21:14

paying 10.33 for 60gb cold


Yep, and I've changed my contract from £10 for 10GB to £9 for 5GB. Not because I was saving £1, more because what's the point to keep a better deal if I do not need it? Ridiculous reason to vote cold! A good reason for voting cold could be the deal is only for 3 months.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Jul
Avoid! Some of the wrist customer service I've encountered! (and I've had to deal with Tesco mobile and tpo!)

I've never used vectone but having been with these clowns for 6 weeks, I can't recommend them! No real time customer service. The online chat isn't chat, it's a strange system where you type into a chat style box and then wait. Wait. And wait some more! People on another thread were lucky and had messages replied to within 24hrs, but a day was my quickest! At one point, 5 days had passed and I only got a reply because I sent through the complaints department! The delays were shocking but the actual cs operators were useless too - getting the basic errors ironed out was a mission.
woldranger18/07/2019 22:56

Avoid! Some of the wrist customer service I've encountered! (and I've had …Avoid! Some of the wrist customer service I've encountered! (and I've had to deal with Tesco mobile and tpo!) I've never used vectone but having been with these clowns for 6 weeks, I can't recommend them! No real time customer service. The online chat isn't chat, it's a strange system where you type into a chat style box and then wait. Wait. And wait some more! People on another thread were lucky and had messages replied to within 24hrs, but a day was my quickest! At one point, 5 days had passed and I only got a reply because I sent through the complaints department! The delays were shocking but the actual cs operators were useless too - getting the basic errors ironed out was a mission.



That's why it's cheap, i've been on the unlimited plan for a month now, no issues with them. Why do you need to contact customer services all the time?
Edited by: "daver77" 19th Jul
daver7719/07/2019 11:58

That's why it's cheap, i've been on the unlimited plan for a month now, no …That's why it's cheap, i've been on the unlimited plan for a month now, no issues with them. Why do you need to contact customer services all the time?


Because they were unable to set things up properly!
I would advise against buying this if you are intending using it abroad. I had no problem with Three data but Smarty is useless and didn't connect in Spain or Greece. As said, CS are useless. I'm only keeping it to use on holiday in the UK
The apn settings for using data abroad are on the Smarty website, it only takes a few seconds to change the settings.

help.smarty.co.uk/en/…oad
I changed the settings as soon as it was announced that Smarty could be used abroad. It was UK only when it started
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