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Get a free month when you refer a friend or sign up to SMARTY mobile network (Do not share referrals)
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Found 17th Dec 2017Found 17th Dec 2017
"Share your unique link with your friends or family. If someone signs up and becomes a SMARTY customer, you'll both get a free month with us." It seems new customers still have t… Read more
Wirralbargains7717th Dec

As my phone is sim free I've tried other sims and they work phone in the …As my phone is sim free I've tried other sims and they work phone in the locations I've mentioned, so I know for sure it's the sim and not the phone. As soon as my sim only contract is up I'll be leaving 3



If you’re using a sim free phone (that isn’t an iPhone) then yes, unfortunately it is your phone.

Three don’t allow Android phones that aren’t on Three firmware to connect to (or use) their band 20 800MHz spectrum.

Band 20 is what gives good indoor coverage. Have you researched if it’s possible to flash Three firmware onto your sim free handset?
Edited by: "dw123" 18th Dec 2017
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Pootled4 h, 43 m ago

Sounds more like your phone than the signal.


No, it's not.

3 suck inside shops and buildings. I've been with them for many many years and it's sadly true. However they excel for signal on the open road and I travel so much.

Plus there unlimited plan saves me a ton in hotels so I stick with them for one of my sim cards.
Edited by: "rvcshart" 17th Dec 2017
I'm with Smarty, and this is my honest opinion:

The pricing is the best I've ever come across for a plan without a contract (and credit check if that's important to you). Reception is not terrible, but could be better - they use the 3 network if you are familiar. One issue for some could be no EU roaming as of now, however I have been informed that they are predicting this feature by April and that they have made considerable progress to reach this target. I'd take it over giffgaff, since you get money back from any unused data - which is awesome since I can get around £2 back each month for data I didn't use - and if your run out of data, they charge just £1.25/GB. They don't have an app right now, but they have just started so you wouldn't expect that and checking it online is easy enough. So, if you can deal with no roaming at the moment and no app, then I'd recommend SMARTY to you.

Hope this helps someone
Three are terrible for about 35 miles around here. It looks like you've got a signal, but calls and texts only work about 50% of the time.
Three showed so much promise a few years ago, but EE and even Vodafone and O2 are much, much more reliable around here.
2GB, unlimited calls and texts for £7.50 / Extra 2GB for £10 and 8GB for £15. - Smarty mobile
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Found 10th Nov 2017Found 10th Nov 2017
WARNING : I POSTED THIS DEAL AND JOINED SMARTY. IT WAS A BIG MISTAKE. THEY STEAL YOUR DATA AND SEND A TEXT MESSAGE SAYING YOU CAN BUY MORE. 2GB, unlimited calls and texts for £7.… Read more
agneepath2 h, 37 m ago

any more user experiences on this? im tempted to go with this for the wife.


Hi, yeah it's seems good, my partner got the £7.50 package, she didn't use all her data and was charged just £5 on her last top up.. she gets good coverage..
any more user experiences on this? im tempted to go with this for the wife.
malnuman20th Dec 2017

Just read your post, so once I port my o2 num over to smarty i don't …Just read your post, so once I port my o2 num over to smarty i don't have to cancel my contract it will automatically cancel? I am on a 30 day rolling contract at the mo..


Yep, that is how it worked for me.
TheGamer16th Nov

It's really easy to keep your number: …It's really easy to keep your number: http://www.portnumber.co.uk/transfer/mobile/from-O2/to-SMARTY


Just read your post, so once I port my o2 num over to smarty i don't have to cancel my contract it will automatically cancel? I am on a 30 day rolling contract at the mo..
Smarty is great for cheapskates like me If you need a second line this is a no brainer...
Smarty SIMO - Unlimited mins & texts + 2GB 4G data + £1.25/GB for extra data
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Found 2nd Sep 2017Found 2nd Sep 2017
Never pay for unused data again! Three's brand new mobile network just launched. Unltd mins & texts + 2GB = £7.50 Unltd mins & texts + 4GB = £10 Unltd mins & texts + … Read more
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I just signed up for Smarty myself , seems pretty good as I usually don't use up all my data so am hoping just to pay around £6 a month for the small plan , will see how it goes , just have to make sure I don't need to call any 0870 or 0845 numbers if there is not an alternative number
ibiza18th Oct

Interesting discussion structure. Only you mentioned "emergancy calls", I …Interesting discussion structure. Only you mentioned "emergancy calls", I didn't."Which emergency service do you require""The one that deals with flat car batteries please"

Let's hope your car takes AA batteries.
ibiza18th Oct

Interesting discussion structure. Only you mentioned "emergancy calls", I …Interesting discussion structure. Only you mentioned "emergancy calls", I didn't."Which emergency service do you require""The one that deals with flat car batteries please"


You specifically mention 4G coverage, so i was assuming 3G coverage was adequate in the same area, so the point still stands on why you'd need 4G coverage to make "important" calls, But on checking, 3G coverage is pretty atrocious as well , so yeahh
Interesting discussion structure. Only you mentioned "emergancy calls", I didn't.

"Which emergency service do you require"

"The one that deals with flat car batteries please"
ibiza4 m ago

Three's 4G network has 91% UK coverage by population, equating to about …Three's 4G network has 91% UK coverage by population, equating to about 15-20% by land in Scotland.This falls to under 1% coverage north of the Great Glen & even misses out fairly main roads over much of the rest of the country, when you would hope to be able to rely upon your phone most following an accident or breakdown.http://www.three.co.uk/Discover/Network/Coverage


Why would you need 4g network coverage for emergancy calls? plus when dailing 999 yoour phone will use any network available.
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