Three data sim - Pre loaded with 24gb data - 24 month expiry £43.43 @ amazon
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Three data sim - Pre loaded with 24gb data - 24 month expiry £43.43 @ amazon

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Found 12th MarEdited by:"Mrswitch"
Ideal for use with a dual sim smartphone.
Price reduced from £45.00

Just pop this in your dual sim phone along with a cheap PAYG for calls and texts.

Or for use in a tablet
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or 4g ipad
Doesn't seem that cheap but what do I know!
24months expiry, not 12.
Was gona go for the BT contract which was posted here but it would have gone over my BB contract by 4 months, so this one looks like it should be great. Thanks OP
used to cost sub-30 before..
Edited by: "pablomalin" 12th Mar
pablomalin1 m ago

used to cost 20-ish before..


I think you're thinking of the 12gb data sim for £27.99?
pablomalin1 m ago

used to cost sub-30 before..


Is this not the 12 gig?
Mrswitch1 m ago

I think you're thinking of the 12gb data sim for £27.99?


Nope, I've had 3 of these, the cheapest I paid for my initial purchase was about £28.
Marin48 s ago

Nope, I've had 3 of these, the cheapest I paid for my initial purchase was …Nope, I've had 3 of these, the cheapest I paid for my initial purchase was about £28.


Where?
Mrswitch1 m ago

Is this not the 12 gig?



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So it's getting voted cold as it has been cheaper, not getting voted hot because its currently the cheapest?
Hmmm.....
Fair enough, it was £28.40 2 years ago, but things go up in price haha

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Mrswitch17 m ago

So it's getting voted cold as it has been cheaper, not getting voted hot …So it's getting voted cold as it has been cheaper, not getting voted hot because its currently the cheapest?Hmmm.....


Probably cold 'cos it's about the normal current price, which is the most expensive it's ever been. And because it's exclusive to Amazon, there's no other retailer selling it to compare for the same thing, so some may think it's not 'a deal'
Edited by: "rugman" 12th Mar
It’s dearest it’s been but still the cheapest way to get 24gb of data without a contract. Both these and the 12gb version have been on the increase for the past couple of years.
With apps like dent coming out you will be able to buy and sell data for a fraction of the price! Once they are fully up and running.
Using up the last of the 12gb in my iPad before it runs out in April.
I think I paid £15.00 for it on eBay about 3 years ago.
I now have a mobile contract with 3.5gb a month which will cover me while on holidays etc.
mrman0079 h, 52 m ago

With apps like dent coming out you will be able to buy and sell data for a …With apps like dent coming out you will be able to buy and sell data for a fraction of the price! Once they are fully up and running.


Tell us more please :-)
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Mrswitch12 h, 48 m ago

So it's getting voted cold as it has been cheaper, not getting voted hot …So it's getting voted cold as it has been cheaper, not getting voted hot because its currently the cheapest?Hmmm.....


It's the only item of it's kind for sale at only one place, it will ALWAYS be the cheapest no matter what price it's at. The majority of people obviously see £43.43 for 24gb of data as too much and not "a deal".
I've had it in my basket for months now, waiting for a decent price drop but I'm happy to continue tethering until then.
elkay2 h, 12 m ago

Tell us more please :-)


Well if you have unused data on your package like most people have you will be able to sell it. So if your going on holiday and need a couple of extra gb of data you don' have to contact your telco ( supplier e.g. talktalk / T-Mobile ) you can just buy direct through the exchange with uses blockchain technology which is transparent and trustworthy. It's all in the young stages at the moment but behind the telecommunications it's huge partnering up with over 500 telecom companies from around the globe. It' a win in for telco companies as they get to sell data again only for a few pennies but considering the amount of data we use and the amount we as customers give back to telcos is huge. When exchanges are up and running it will be huge and maybe a new type of payment system. This is only the tip of the iceberg really. It will help people in developing countries to reach out who are unable to Get to a bank etc and run things on their phone which is something like over 2 billon people. If your interested PM and I can give you a few links and you can have a read for yourself.
deleted92912613th Mar

It's the only item of it's kind for sale at only one place, it will ALWAYS …It's the only item of it's kind for sale at only one place, it will ALWAYS be the cheapest no matter what price it's at. The majority of people obviously see £43.43 for 24gb of data as too much and not "a deal".I've had it in my basket for months now, waiting for a decent price drop but I'm happy to continue tethering until then.


Not strictly true as its on ebay as well, but I get your point.
I got this last year and couldn't understand why it did not work on the dual sim phone. Called up customer services who explained it a Data sim so can only be used in a device set up for such. ie Ipad, mifi etc. be aware
mitchram12313 m ago

I got this last year and couldn't understand why it did not work on the …I got this last year and couldn't understand why it did not work on the dual sim phone. Called up customer services who explained it a Data sim so can only be used in a device set up for such. ie Ipad, mifi etc. be aware


They are wrong - I use it in my dual SIM phone for data - need to make sure 3G/4G is selected for it or you won't get any signal though (not that 2G would be usable).
I can confirm that this works on dual sim phones no probs.
The SIM could be a good way of avoiding roaming charges in some countries that are covered in their list of countries.

Can peeps here recommend a decent 4G dongle to use on holidays? Do three throttle roaming data?
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