Three (12 month) 40GB data was £24 now £17 (£55 Quidco = £149, £12.40 a month) @ Three
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Three (12 month) 40GB data was £24 now £17 (£55 Quidco = £149, £12.40 a month) @ Three

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Found 18th Nov
quidco.com/thr…726
The Three 12 month ‘HomeFi’ plan is now available with no included hardware requirement and a thus £7 a month cheaper, £84 saving over 12 months - because we all (mostly) have a old 3/4G phone or Mifi around the house to use for hotspot

Includes Threes Go Binge which gives unlimited inclusive streaming of the partners in the post pic

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jrussd1 h, 9 m ago

Is there a deal on the 100gb package normally £30 per month?



Yeah I want to know the same. If the 100GB one goes on sale, I'm snapping that up too. At the moment, this is the most value mobile data plan available from any provider. Probably worth going to store on Black Friday...who knows. Will keep you posted if I hear anything.
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I've found the speeds to be useless in two London locations and a large Kent town between 12pm and midnight every day. It appears three treats these sims differently and they get traffic shaped more aggressively than standard mobile phone sims with minutes and texts. I'd be very wary entering into a 12 month contract for this service. At the very least try and get a 30 day data sim to test in your location first.

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joeybutterface8 m ago

I've found the speeds to be useless in two London locations and a large …I've found the speeds to be useless in two London locations and a large Kent town between 12pm and midnight every day. It appears three treats these sims differently and they get traffic shaped more aggressively than standard mobile phone sims with minutes and texts. I'd be very wary entering into a 12 month contract for this service. At the very least try and get a 30 day data sim to test in your location first.


Always test if you can, 14 days from order to return, as for the south east well flies round poo init, of course it’s over saturated regardless of network & any traffic policy. I could not even get a EE signal at Barclaycard British Summer Time in Hyde Park - the doormat of the most exclusive U.K. postcode - Kensington & Chelsea, and the UKs ‘premier’ network couldnt even give me 2G or 3G let alone its ‘double speed’ 4G, nada, nowt...could not even send a text - more chance of seeing a unicorn than a bar of EE signal

Is there a deal on the 100gb package normally £30 per month?

jrussd1 h, 9 m ago

Is there a deal on the 100gb package normally £30 per month?



Yeah I want to know the same. If the 100GB one goes on sale, I'm snapping that up too. At the moment, this is the most value mobile data plan available from any provider. Probably worth going to store on Black Friday...who knows. Will keep you posted if I hear anything.

joeybutterface15 h, 6 m ago

I've found the speeds to be useless in two London locations and a large …I've found the speeds to be useless in two London locations and a large Kent town between 12pm and midnight every day. It appears three treats these sims differently and they get traffic shaped more aggressively than standard mobile phone sims with minutes and texts. I'd be very wary entering into a 12 month contract for this service. At the very least try and get a 30 day data sim to test in your location first.


Yeah always test a SIM before hand. I left three after terrible speeds in London. I've stuck with EE for the last two years personally. My EE sim regularly pushes 200Mbps+ with my peak being 245Mbps, 20Mbps more than my Virgin Media line (200Mbps advertised, usually get 220Mbps)
Edited by: "galactus2013" 18th Nov

Vodafone have a Business deal that is similar. 50gb for £30 per month and that includes the mifi equipment. Crucial difference is that the vodafone deal is 24 months, but you can use all 50gb anywhere in Europe. Three doesn't mention roaming (normally limited to 12gb), nor speeds. I find that Three cripple speeds when roaming even when roaming onto a Three network

EDIT: Ah didn't notice the discount. This is a cheap deal
Edited by: "mikedefieslife" 19th Nov

jrussd18th Nov

Is there a deal on the 100gb package normally £30 per month?


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peachescrumble3 h, 28 m ago

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No there is a HomeFi 100GB deal selected areas only available instore and can be seen on the Three Mobile Broadband price guide, only 30GB of this^ deal you posted can be used for hotspot as it’s a phone sim with mins&texts not a 100GB ‘HomeFi’data sim.

HomeFi (40GB) three.co.uk/Dis…ack
Edited by: "seaniboy" 19th Nov

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mikedefieslife4 h, 48 m ago

Vodafone have a Business deal that is similar. 50gb for £30 per month and …Vodafone have a Business deal that is similar. 50gb for £30 per month and that includes the mifi equipment. Crucial difference is that the vodafone deal is 24 months, but you can use all 50gb anywhere in Europe. Three doesn't mention roaming (normally limited to 12gb), nor speeds. I find that Three cripple speeds when roaming even when roaming onto a Three networkEDIT: Ah didn't notice the discount. This is a cheap deal



Vodafone do 50GB data sim on 30 days for £30, also you can add Voda Passes (like Three Go Binge) and the Combo Pass is £15 for unlimited use/streaming Includes Vs 50 roaming countries, which is amazing deal for high data users home or away.

V Passes: vodafone.co.uk/pass/

Data Sim: vodafone.co.uk/sho…es/

Passes unlimited use:
Netflix, Spotify, Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube, Apple Music, Twitter, Facebook Messenger, TIDAL, Instagram, Deezer, Viber Messenger, Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, Pinterest, Amazon Prime Video, SoundCloud, DisneyLife, Napster, My5, TVPlayer, UKTV Play and Vevo

Cheapest: 2GB data sim is £11 on 30 days, add Combo Pass and £26 gets you a lot of unlimited access esp for streaming


BT’s Openreach monopoly on Unlimited Broadband for streaming is fast ending
Edited by: "seaniboy" 19th Nov

Three are very hit and miss with quidco, they didn't honour £100 on a 12 month SIM I took out last year, despite that though I decided to stay with them for another year, when I rang up.to cancel they offered me the 100gb plan with unlimited calls and texts for £20 a month.

seaniboy19th Nov

Vodafone do 50GB data sim on 30 days for £30, also you can add Voda Passes …Vodafone do 50GB data sim on 30 days for £30, also you can add Voda Passes (like Three Go Binge) and the Combo Pass is £15 for unlimited use/streaming Includes Vs 50 roaming countries, which is amazing deal for high data users home or away. V Passes: https://www.vodafone.co.uk/pass/Data Sim: https://www.vodafone.co.uk/shop/bundles-and-sims/sim-only-data-bundles/Passes unlimited use: Netflix, Spotify, Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube, Apple Music, Twitter, Facebook Messenger, TIDAL, Instagram, Deezer, Viber Messenger, Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, Pinterest, Amazon Prime Video, SoundCloud, DisneyLife, Napster, My5, TVPlayer, UKTV Play and VevoCheapest: 2GB data sim is £11 on 30 days, add Combo Pass and £26 gets you a lot of unlimited access esp for streaming BT’s Openreach monopoly on Unlimited Broadband for streaming is fast ending


I got the 50gb for £24 per month through live chat, then added the video pack for an extra £7. Prime Video and Netflix are 'optimised', and stick with regular HD streams, but Youtube is fine with 4k streams, with no impact to data allowance.

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Marekj17 m ago

I got the 50gb for £24 per month through live chat, then added the video …I got the 50gb for £24 per month through live chat, then added the video pack for an extra £7. Prime Video and Netflix are 'optimised', and stick with regular HD streams, but Youtube is fine with 4k streams, with no impact to data allowance.


Good deal, £31 for 50GB and unlimited video

Vodafone have the 50GB with a 4G dongle or mifi for £25 on a 24mth contract - £18 via TCB/Quidco.
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