Three Mobile (PAYG) No CONTRACT Unlimited Data, 500 Minutes, 3000 Texts £25 per month 50p @ TARRYENET / Ebay
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Three Mobile (PAYG) No CONTRACT Unlimited Data, 500 Minutes, 3000 Texts £25 per month 50p @ TARRYENET / Ebay

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Edited by:"TheEnglish909"Found 30th Aug 2017
Just found this great deal. You pay 50p for this PAYG Three Sim Card which comes fully loaded with free delivery.

Option 1 and 2 is not great but number 3 is the lowest price I've seen for unlimited data on the web, the same Sim Card is showing as £35.00 a month via the Three website.

Once received, your SIM card will be activated with one of Three's great network offers which you choose;

THREE NETWORK OFFERS

1 : - Top up £10 and use that to buy a bundle of 100 xnet UK minute's (exc 08/09 type numbers), 3,000 UK texts; 1 GB Data/Internet to use.

(valid until allowance is exceeded or 30 days is complete)

2 : - Top up £20 and use that to buy a bundle of 300 xnet UK minute's (exc 08/09 type numbers), 3,000 UK text's & 12 GB of Data/Internet to use.

(valid until allowance is exceeded or 30 days is complete)


3 : - Top up £25 and use that to buy a bundle of 500 xnet UK minute's, (exc 08/09 type numbers) 3,000 UK text's UNLIMITED INTERNET (no fair use policy)

(valid until allowance is exceeded or 30 days is complete)
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Bruh. The price is not 50p
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raschoudhury2 m ago

Bruh. The price is not 50p


It is shown as £25.00 per month in the title and general text, 50p is for the sim. It' cant be any clearer.
thats old rates it's £35 for 1 month PAYG All you can eat data even though the listing on ebay still had it all in £25 for all you can eat. it was £20 for all you can eat then it went to £25 now it sits at £35 last time i used it months ago it was still £25

Old Rate:

All in One £25:

3000 Texts

500 Minutes

Unlimited Data
----------------------

New Rate:

All in One £25:

3000 Texts

3000 Minutes

30BG Data
---------------------

New:

All in One £35:

3000 Texts

3000 Minutes

All You Can Eat Data

Don't forget 3 traffic manage user data between the hours of 4pm to 00:00 which means things like streaming youtube are reduced to a 56k modem crawl and any sites that use flash player content etc. it's a good deal if you are going away on holiday or traveling for a bit for a week or two as its international roaming and you don't have to worry about running outta data

You could probably get a Fibreoptic for this price on many of the deals that pop up on Ukhotdeals broadband and maybe even pay less monthly
Edited by: "rog" 30th Aug 2017
On 07-Oct-16 at 22:23:11 BST, seller added the following information:

On 12-Nov-16 at 23:09:17 GMT, seller added the following information:

that's when the listing info was lat updated last year
rog1 h, 22 m ago

thats old rates it's £35 for 1 month PAYG All you can eat data even though …thats old rates it's £35 for 1 month PAYG All you can eat data even though the listing on ebay still had it all in £25 for all you can eat. it was £20 for all you can eat then it went to £25 now it sits at £35 last time i used it months ago it was still £25Old Rate:All in One £25:3000 Texts500 MinutesUnlimited Data----------------------New Rate:All in One £25:3000 Texts3000 Minutes30BG Data---------------------New:All in One £35:3000 Texts3000 MinutesAll You Can Eat DataDon't forget 3 traffic manage user data between the hours of 4pm to 00:00 which means things like streaming youtube are reduced to a 56k modem crawl and any sites that use flash player content etc. it's a good deal if you are going away on holiday or traveling for a bit for a week or two as its international roaming and you don't have to worry about running outta dataYou could probably get a Fibreoptic for this price on many of the deals that pop up on Ukhotdeals broadband and maybe even pay less monthly


Not in my experience, I've never had this at all. I've been on Three pay as you go for 4 years and rarely have any network down time or issues. And streaming any time of the day never any slow downs, your talking nonsense
seanireland7256 m ago

Not in my experience, I've never had this at all. I've been on Three pay …Not in my experience, I've never had this at all. I've been on Three pay as you go for 4 years and rarely have any network down time or issues. And streaming any time of the day never any slow downs, your talking nonsense


I think your find You have very little experience and don't have a clue what your talking about its called "Traffic management" "Traffic Shaping" and other names but more commonly known as "Throttling" something you may want to google as you know nothing about the subject

About TrafficSense™.

TrafficSense™ is a term we use to describe how we "manage traffic on our networ"k. It’s designed to give you the best possible mobile internet experience by:

improving the consistency and quality of your experience in parts of our network where a lot of people are already using it at once

preventing our network from slowing down as more people join us.
We don’t constrain the amount of data you can use (subject to your data allowances, of course) "but we may dedicate a certain amount of bandwidth to tethering, so that all other types of traffic can make the most of the rest of it".

"Without TrafficSense™, a small minority of users could take up a large proportion of our network capacity throughout the day. This would inevitably affect a large majority of people trying to do simple things like browsing the web."

Our approaches may vary over time in order to meet network demand. The latest information on TrafficSense™ and how it may affect you is available on this page and there's more detailed information in our TrafficSense™ facts document, or you can see what we say about traffic management in our terms and conditions.

support.three.co.uk/SRV…46)

Also see here

In the UK, some mobile networks place an artificial limit on your download speed. They may also slow down or stop you from accessing certain services.

When choosing a mobile network, it’s worth being aware that different networks have different ways of managing traffic on their network. On some mobile networks, there may an artificial limit on the maximum download speed available. On others, certain types of traffic may be prioritised over others and some types of traffic (e.g. P2P or VPN) could be slowed down or blocked.

In this article, we’ll compare the traffic management policy on major UK mobile networks.

kenstechtips.com/ind…ing

I suppose 3 network and all other networks are talking nonsense too huh there's a great deal on pipes you might want to get yourself one
rog2 h, 32 m ago

...Don't forget 3 traffic manage user data between the hours of 4pm to …...Don't forget 3 traffic manage user data between the hours of 4pm to 00:00 ...


Nah, the daily 3pm-midnight TM was binned following 3s slap on the wrist from ASA July 2016. The latest KFI(s) state the only restriction may be de-prioritisation of tethering in congested areas and is anytime. Latest KFI PDF is suffixed 1 dated 26 June 2017, superceding the non-suffix by a few days.
support.three.co.uk/mob…pdf
support.three.co.uk/mob…pdf
asa.org.uk/rul…tml
worldlad3 h, 17 m ago

It is shown as £25.00 per month in the title and general text, 50p is for …It is shown as £25.00 per month in the title and general text, 50p is for the sim. It' cant be any clearer.



There a 30GB limit on the £25 AIO25, and the allegedly unlimited AIO35 at £35 has a limit of 1000GB. How clear do you want it to be?
rog6 h, 6 m ago

I think your find You have very little experience and don't have a clue …I think your find You have very little experience and don't have a clue what your talking about its called "Traffic management" "Traffic Shaping" and other names but more commonly known as "Throttling" something you may want to google as you know nothing about the subject About TrafficSense™.TrafficSense™ is a term we use to describe how we "manage traffic on our networ"k. It’s designed to give you the best possible mobile internet experience by:improving the consistency and quality of your experience in parts of our network where a lot of people are already using it at oncepreventing our network from slowing down as more people join us.We don’t constrain the amount of data you can use (subject to your data allowances, of course) "but we may dedicate a certain amount of bandwidth to tethering, so that all other types of traffic can make the most of the rest of it"."Without TrafficSense™, a small minority of users could take up a large proportion of our network capacity throughout the day. This would inevitably affect a large majority of people trying to do simple things like browsing the web."Our approaches may vary over time in order to meet network demand. The latest information on TrafficSense™ and how it may affect you is available on this page and there's more detailed information in our TrafficSense™ facts document, or you can see what we say about traffic management in our terms and conditions.http://support.three.co.uk/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBISAPI.DLL?Command=New,Kb=Mobile,Ts=Mobile,T=Article,varset_cat=signal,varset_subcat=3804,Case=obj(4046)Also see hereIn the UK, some mobile networks place an artificial limit on your download speed. They may also slow down or stop you from accessing certain services.When choosing a mobile network, it’s worth being aware that different networks have different ways of managing traffic on their network. On some mobile networks, there may an artificial limit on the maximum download speed available. On others, certain types of traffic may be prioritised over others and some types of traffic (e.g. P2P or VPN) could be slowed down or blocked.In this article, we’ll compare the traffic management policy on major UK mobile networks.http://kenstechtips.com/index.php/uk-mobile-traffic-management-throttlingI suppose 3 network and all other networks are talking nonsense too huh there's a great deal on pipes you might want to get yourself one

​Are you going to thank Andyroyd for correcting your inaccurate and impolite post?
Agree with this, rog got burned!!!

I've been with Three for four years, £15 a month for unlimited data and texts, 200 mins. Never bother to use wi-fi at home now, 4g is great and never had "dial up speeds" or buffered YouTube.

Can't help but laugh when rude obnoxious people spout nonsense and get corrected....
call 3 as usual they cant wont answer directly if they traffic mange or not they always get very defencive when asked about it

According to this and 3 website they still Traffic Sense/Manage (Throttle) internet traffic for that they deem heavy users either that or Richard Murphy is wrong too


What’s the best unlimited data SIM deal in August 2017

BY RICHARD MURPHY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9TH 2017

The best reason to opt for a SIM-only deal is that, by using your current handset, you can save a decent amount of money. This saving can be used on beefing up your data, minutes and text allowance so you can get better use out of your ageing handset.

Although only two providers offer unlimited data, there are other mobile providers that offer a decent amount of data. We show you some of the best deals out there, taking a look at price, package and contract lengths.

1Three Mobile Three The hugely popular 'Advanced Plan'
DataUnlimited
MinutesUnlimited
TextsUnlimited
Monthly cost £28 per month
Contract length12 months
Why this is the best deal

If it’s unlimited data you’re after, the Advanced Plan from Three is the only truly unlimited mobile SIM deal. It offers good value for money for those who plan on using their phones both for the internet as well as for texts and minutes, as everything is unlimited.

You can also use up to 30GB of your data as a personal hotspot (tethering) and take advantage of the Feel At Home facility whereby you can use your data allowance abroad at no extra cost.

Any downsides?

"Three does not operate a fair usage limit on its unlimited products,"

"but does have a "traffic management policy" "(TrafficSense)"

"that may slow some customers down during the evenings".

Other than that, this is by far the best unlimited data deal available on the market and our number 1 choice."

cable.co.uk/gui…al/

According that 3 still do slow down users who exceed (which i think will now be their givin 30BG data allowance for tethering within 30 days which used to be much less than 30GB) which they then consider a person to be a heavily user. So tether more that your giving 30B in under 30 days and tether beyond that whether your downloading streaming or both you will probably be throttled for the rest of your time of that monthly allowance between 4pm and 00:00

Here's all 3s sim deals too so you can check if your getting your money's worth
three.co.uk/Sto…nes


the same below also apply to 3 vodafone EE and probably O2 and every other Network provider Even Some Broadband providers Throttle internet Traffic

"What does Fair Usage mean?

Wireless broadband connections are delivered as contended services, i.e. they are shared with other users on the same network. This is as true for BBnet services as much as any other broadband provider. It is one of the reasons, that at peak usage times speeds can be lower than at other times. To ensure that bandwidth is shared as fairly and evenly as possible, we operate what is known as a Fair Usage Policy. It is what the title suggests, and is in place to ensure that one user is not essentially “hogging” the bandwidth. Bandwidth is the amount of data that can be carried from one point to another in a given time period (usually a second), essentially it defines the speed of your connection.

So what is a fair usage policy and how does it affect you?
  • While BBnet connections are essentially unlimited, exceeding what is considered fair usage may affect the speed of your connection.
  • For BBnet customers, if you exceed your daily fair usage amount over the course of the day, our systems will automatically reduce the speed of your connection until the end of the day. At midnight, this will reset and your speeds will return to normal levels
  • If you do exceed your fair usage amount, you can continue to use the internet, but the speed of your connection will be much lower.
  • All our current wireless packages have a daily fair usage amount, which we monitor from 08.00 am to 12.00 Midnight only

  • Fair usage amounts refer to total data uploaded and downloaded within the stated time frame.
  • Any traffic you have between midnight and 08.00 am is not subject to fair usage. This is an ideal time to download or upload very large files ( e.g. updates to games, consoles, video files or software packages)
  • Usage amounts are per day, and are not transferable from day to day or month to month. This is also the total amount for your entire connection being used by the home/office, and not the amount per device.
  • We do not charge extra for exceeding the fair usage policy. The worst that will happen is that your speed will be impacted for the remainder of the day.

    Not sure why you are exceeding your fair usage amounts?

  • Everything you do online uses data. Everything. Some online activities use more than others, and some, use a lot more than others. Any website you visit will use your download allowance. That is essentially how you receive the information. The more information on the webpage, the more you will use. Similarly, receiving emails, listening to radio or music streams, or any video you watch will all use your download.

    Sending information to the internet ( i.e. sending emails, uploading photos, backing up data to cloud services such as icloud or Dropbox, or uploading to social networks such as Snapchat, Twitter, Soundcloud, Instagram etc) will all use your upload.

    You are sending and receiving data every time you use the internet, but the question we are asked all the time is…

bbnet.ie/?p=…992 "

traffic sense traffic management fair useage etc all more or less means the same thing

ayones welcome to put £35 in a 3 sim download a few gig after 4pm but before 00:00 and check to see if your speeds drop dramatically or not
rog30th Aug

I think your find You have very little experience and don't have a clue …I think your find You have very little experience and don't have a clue what your talking about its called "Traffic management" "Traffic Shaping" and other names but more commonly known as "Throttling" something you may want to google as you know nothing about the subject About TrafficSense™.TrafficSense™ is a term we use to describe how we "manage traffic on our networ"k. It’s designed to give you the best possible mobile internet experience by:improving the consistency and quality of your experience in parts of our network where a lot of people are already using it at oncepreventing our network from slowing down as more people join us.We don’t constrain the amount of data you can use (subject to your data allowances, of course) "but we may dedicate a certain amount of bandwidth to tethering, so that all other types of traffic can make the most of the rest of it"."Without TrafficSense™, a small minority of users could take up a large proportion of our network capacity throughout the day. This would inevitably affect a large majority of people trying to do simple things like browsing the web."Our approaches may vary over time in order to meet network demand. The latest information on TrafficSense™ and how it may affect you is available on this page and there's more detailed information in our TrafficSense™ facts document, or you can see what we say about traffic management in our terms and conditions.http://support.three.co.uk/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBISAPI.DLL?Command=New,Kb=Mobile,Ts=Mobile,T=Article,varset_cat=signal,varset_subcat=3804,Case=obj(4046)Also see hereIn the UK, some mobile networks place an artificial limit on your download speed. They may also slow down or stop you from accessing certain services.When choosing a mobile network, it’s worth being aware that different networks have different ways of managing traffic on their network. On some mobile networks, there may an artificial limit on the maximum download speed available. On others, certain types of traffic may be prioritised over others and some types of traffic (e.g. P2P or VPN) could be slowed down or blocked.In this article, we’ll compare the traffic management policy on major UK mobile networks.http://kenstechtips.com/index.php/uk-mobile-traffic-management-throttlingI suppose 3 network and all other networks are talking nonsense too huh there's a great deal on pipes you might want to get yourself one


Nope your wrong. I have never had this happen ever
rog30th Aug

I think your find You have very little experience and don't have a clue …I think your find You have very little experience and don't have a clue what your talking about its called "Traffic management" "Traffic Shaping" and other names but more commonly known as "Throttling" something you may want to google as you know nothing about the subject About TrafficSense™.TrafficSense™ is a term we use to describe how we "manage traffic on our networ"k. It’s designed to give you the best possible mobile internet experience by:improving the consistency and quality of your experience in parts of our network where a lot of people are already using it at oncepreventing our network from slowing down as more people join us.We don’t constrain the amount of data you can use (subject to your data allowances, of course) "but we may dedicate a certain amount of bandwidth to tethering, so that all other types of traffic can make the most of the rest of it"."Without TrafficSense™, a small minority of users could take up a large proportion of our network capacity throughout the day. This would inevitably affect a large majority of people trying to do simple things like browsing the web."Our approaches may vary over time in order to meet network demand. The latest information on TrafficSense™ and how it may affect you is available on this page and there's more detailed information in our TrafficSense™ facts document, or you can see what we say about traffic management in our terms and conditions.http://support.three.co.uk/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBISAPI.DLL?Command=New,Kb=Mobile,Ts=Mobile,T=Article,varset_cat=signal,varset_subcat=3804,Case=obj(4046)Also see hereIn the UK, some mobile networks place an artificial limit on your download speed. They may also slow down or stop you from accessing certain services.When choosing a mobile network, it’s worth being aware that different networks have different ways of managing traffic on their network. On some mobile networks, there may an artificial limit on the maximum download speed available. On others, certain types of traffic may be prioritised over others and some types of traffic (e.g. P2P or VPN) could be slowed down or blocked.In this article, we’ll compare the traffic management policy on major UK mobile networks.http://kenstechtips.com/index.php/uk-mobile-traffic-management-throttlingI suppose 3 network and all other networks are talking nonsense too huh there's a great deal on pipes you might want to get yourself one


Oh and I've been using Three pay as you go tethering for free for years even though it's not allowed. It seems to work they obviously have a hole in their network
I was on Three, on a 12 Month SIM only 12GB plain. I found that I could not listen to internet radio as it would break up and stuttering. It was fine for about 8 months and one day just stopped working.

I personally think I got traffic shaped, as it started suddenly and never went away. If it was congestion on the network. The problem would of been more intermittent, and only in certain areas. Where the transmitter is busy. So out of protest I left once my contract ended.
Edited by: "gavindavies790251" 4th Sep 2017
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