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T- Mobile/EE Full Monty 12 month Sim Only plan - All Unlimted - calls to any network, Texts, Data and London Underground Wi-Fi - £16pm - Term £192 (48 hours only)
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T- Mobile/EE Full Monty 12 month Sim Only plan - All Unlimted - calls to any network, Texts, Data and London Underground Wi-Fi - £16pm - Term £192 (48 hours only)

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Posted 24th Jun 2013

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Great if you don't need a mobile and just want a heavy use sim only plan.

Unlimited data on your phone
Unlimited texts - Any network, any time
Unlimited talk - Any network, any time
WiFi access on the London Underground at no extra cost

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Looks pretty good to me. Shame I'm still under contract until December.
I'm on this plan from last time they offered it - no complaints from switching from GiffGaff, aside from poor indoor coverage here in Bristol...
Never gone over the tarriff - but be savvy when calling 08xx numbers as usual.
£50 quidco as well? hot from me.
Don't forget Quidco / Top cashback

Top cash back = £52.50 potentially £11.63 a month
Quidco = £50.00 potentially £11.84 a month
If its all unlimited can it be paid for all in one go ?
I did this very same deal a couple of months back
£50 cashback from TCB has already been spent
mark333

If its all unlimited can it be paid for all in one go ?


All unlimited doesn't include 0870 or 0844 numbers- I think even 0800 numbers are also charged. Also MMS
You'd have to ask tmobile about paying it all up front....
mrew42

All unlimited doesn't include 0870 or 0844 numbers- I think even 0800 … All unlimited doesn't include 0870 or 0844 numbers- I think even 0800 numbers are also charged. Also MMSYou'd have to ask tmobile about paying it all up front....



Thanks , I already have acorn tract with them so will give them a call cheers
lol - sorry what a typo
acorn tract. Sounds painful
Shame about there poor signal the last 6 months

You cannot use mobile internet on your phone to make internet phone calls … You cannot use mobile internet on your phone to make internet phone calls ('VoiP'), to use your phone as a modem ('tethering') or for peer to peer file sharing.


https://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/terms-and-conditions/sim-only/

Do T-mobile also still throttle data speeds?
Yes maxes out a 4 Mbps, if I'm lucky
Most times I only ever got 1-2mbps when it wasn't throttled, but thats fine for me
Yeah, still capped to 3.8mbps as far as I know. Fast enough for most things, including YouTube/Netflix etc.

If you want 4G/3.9G high speeds, look elsewhere.

I've seen some petition or something about the speed caps. But to be honest, I found out about them pretty easily when this deal came around last time, some I don't get why people are so surprised.

Still happy with three, so didn't go for it. But still a good deal for others.
mrew42

lol - sorry what a typoacorn tract. Sounds painful



predictive text is mince lol
I've just been a victim of fraud on vodafone and am itching to leave. The unlimited data is really tempting.
the signal on t mobile is shocking
sheffgrow259

the signal on t mobile is shocking



Not had a problem with T-Mobile ... do you live in a cave?
sheffgrow259

the signal on t mobile is shocking

Isn't this now a supernetwork with both T-Mobile and Orange's networks together?
Ribs85

Yeah, still capped to 3.8mbps as far as I know. Fast enough for most … Yeah, still capped to 3.8mbps as far as I know. Fast enough for most things, including YouTube/Netflix etc. If you want 4G/3.9G high speeds, look elsewhere.I've seen some petition or something about the speed caps. But to be honest, I found out about them pretty easily when this deal came around last time, some I don't get why people are so surprised.Still happy with three, so didn't go for it. But still a good deal for others.



I thought it was capped at 5mbps? At least that's what I get on this plan, I signed up in Feb. Signal isn't the best... I believe it's something to do with the T-mobile/Orange merger as they start decommissioning some of the masts. Either that or they're trying to encourage you to go for a full 4G EE plan.
Can I tether using this?
T-Mobile is now part of EE so it uses Orange's network too. I moved to T-Mobile a while back when they were doing this offer (but it was £100 cashback then). Reception has been pretty good, I have to say. I came from O2 so was a little worried the reception was going to let me down, but overall it's been just as good, if not better in a lot of the places I would be usually.

HAWT.
mrew42

Yes maxes out a 4 Mbps, if I'm lucky :/Most times I only ever got 1-2mbps … Yes maxes out a 4 Mbps, if I'm lucky :/Most times I only ever got 1-2mbps when it wasn't throttled, but thats fine for me



Yup I remember the days before they started pushing the new superfast 4G networks I can't use. I could happily get 7.8Mbps every day. Now it's under 4Mbps =/
Great deal! Shame they aren't offering the Tethering anymore..
Is the data truly unlimited? If not what is the actual limit
Would be tempted if its included Tethering shame as well as the only people that do unlimited tethering is 3 and theres no signal where I am!!
Hot from me!
I signed up for this fairly recently, albeit with 2000 minutes instead of unlimited.

I've noticed internet speeds are slower than on O2, but then O2 never offered unlimited data so I'm not sure what the trade off is. I too suspect though that slower internet is intended to push 4G - but for now, I'm happy enough at £16 a month.
You will not be able to tether with Unlimited data deals
Avoid T-Mobile, one of the worst networks. IMHO I think O2 is the best.

Arguably they do allow tethering. The option is enabled even on iphones... just depends if you use it enough that they notice and take objection to it...

JonN

Would be tempted if its included Tethering shame as well as the only … Would be tempted if its included Tethering shame as well as the only people that do unlimited tethering is 3 and theres no signal where I am!!

Just ordered mine, was gutted to miss it last time around.. thanks OP!! Bargain deal, and with the Cashback you have to be mad to refuse it..HOT HOT HOT
Edited by: "jamalhc" 24th Jun 2013
stek2010

Arguably they do allow tethering. The option is enabled even on … Arguably they do allow tethering. The option is enabled even on iphones... just depends if you use it enough that they notice and take objection to it...



I officially ask this and they clearly stated in unlimited data plans this is not allowed!!!
I've upgraded to this from a 30 day sim only deal. my only gripe is that voicemails aren't included, so will need to keep buying the 2.50 unlimited voicemail booster.
When u select and check what inside then you find the details, 12 months contact only allow 2000 minutes ...........so basically is not truly unlimited but still Hot what they are offering.
If you click on the what's included page it says voicemail is included. I think
I phoned accounts and they said voicemail not included?
mvohra

Avoid T-Mobile, one of the worst networks. IMHO I think O2 is the best.

NO O2 are the worst, I'll never go back to O2, I am now with T-mobile and its much better has I dont get ripped off like when I was with O2, O2 have the worst 3G coverage and speeds, O2 overcharge aswel. Bye Bye O2 and hello T-mobile happy days
upu007

I officially ask this and they clearly stated in unlimited data plans … I officially ask this and they clearly stated in unlimited data plans this is not allowed!!!

i asked and was told that tetering is not suported
when i pressed her she said i could tether and would NOT be charged but that they do not SUPPORT tethering.
jan08

I've upgraded to this from a 30 day sim only deal. my only gripe is that … I've upgraded to this from a 30 day sim only deal. my only gripe is that voicemails aren't included, so will need to keep buying the 2.50 unlimited voicemail booster.



Use Hullomail for free voicemail on T-Mobile (or any network). Or just turn voicemail off.
cholent

i asked and was told that tetering is not suportedwhen i pressed her she … i asked and was told that tetering is not suportedwhen i pressed her she said i could tether and would NOT be charged but that they do not SUPPORT tethering.

I have this deal and I tether with no problems and do not get charged for doing so, I use iphone 5.
Edited by: "1apple" 24th Jun 2013
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