Three now added extra 11 extra destinations. They are Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Uruguay, Vietnam and Mayotte. Best advanced plan is 600 min, ult texts and 8GB 4g data. £55 TCB making it £7.41 a mont
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Three now added extra 11 extra destinations. They are Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Uruguay, Vietnam and Mayotte. Best advanced plan is 600 min, ult texts and 8GB 4g data. £55 TCB making it £7.41 a mont

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Found 12th Dec 2017Edited by:"Anon32"
Anyone on threes advance plans thats thats available by clicking through here store.three.co.uk

The Advance Plan just got better

Three mobile customers will be able to use their phones at no extra cost in a further 11 destinations from today – including Costa Rica and Peru.


Three now allows customers on its Advanced plans to use their UK minutes, texts and data in 71 countries around the world, and pay nothing more than they would at home.

The extra 11 destinations are Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Uruguay, Vietnam and Mayotte, an overseas region of France.

All mobile phone networks have to allow customers to use their UK allowance in European Union countries, but some networks also allow customers to do so in countries outside the EU.

the best deal is for 12 months advance plan is £12 a month
600 mins
ult texts
8GB 4g data with go binge

Use TCB and pay effective cost of £7.41 a month

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I'm with three and will be until another provider beats their unlimited data deals.

I'm unlikely to make use of this but I'm glad that roaming is continually getting cheaper, and adding countries puts pressure on other providers to do the same which is great (whether it is three or another that does it first).

I would love to see them add places like Thailand and UAE, or for another network to add them, since I don't believe I've ever seen roaming use your allowance type deals for those areas.
UAE is a joke with Three. Crazy prices.
Still no Canada included though...
Is this the Feel at Home, as if it’s 2009 data speeds. Used a Three plan before in Orlando and Spain and the data speeds are a poor mans 3G at best. Just about useable, but so slow.
distracted24733 m ago

I'm with three and will be until another provider beats their unlimited …I'm with three and will be until another provider beats their unlimited data deals. I'm unlikely to make use of this but I'm glad that roaming is continually getting cheaper, and adding countries puts pressure on other providers to do the same which is great (whether it is three or another that does it first). I would love to see them add places like Thailand and UAE, or for another network to add them, since I don't believe I've ever seen roaming use your allowance type deals for those areas.




I'd like Thailand added to a network too... but a True simcard is cheap enough over there.
Aren't all these countries possible hiding places of a very old Adolf Hitler? Probably have more chance of finding him on here than finding a flamedeer.
What's TCB? Can't make it drop below £12 pm
Guatamala... worth adding that
Good luck with Costa Rica and Nicaragua, we got there in June this year and our mobiles were next to useless, reception non existent throughout the 2 weeks... nice to have the option but i seriously doubt it will work over there!
Aren't they the top 10 countries where you are most likely to be killed by a drug cartel?

I’ve also used this in Orlando and speeds are terrible to the point my battery drains within an hour or two. New York was ok considering it’s free. The fastest speeds I’ve got is in Washington which would rival threes 4g speed here.

Been waiting forever for this to include Canada
Awesome, will always stick with Three. Used feel at home in USA for a month, Aus for a month this year roadtripping. Oz could stream low quality spotify, was great for GPS, whatsapp, email and some facebook.

I always treat feelathome as a basic free internet and way to keep in contact with family. If you're expecting to stream 4k in Nicaragua then prepare to be disappointed.
W1zz2 h, 24 m ago

Is this the Feel at Home, as if it’s 2009 data speeds. Used a Three plan b …Is this the Feel at Home, as if it’s 2009 data speeds. Used a Three plan before in Orlando and Spain and the data speeds are a poor mans 3G at best. Just about useable, but so slow.


I found speeds in Tenerife nearly up there with UK, Vegas and New York was barely usable.
distracted2473 h, 51 m ago

I'm with three and will be until another provider beats their unlimited …I'm with three and will be until another provider beats their unlimited data deals. I'm unlikely to make use of this but I'm glad that roaming is continually getting cheaper, and adding countries puts pressure on other providers to do the same which is great (whether it is three or another that does it first). I would love to see them add places like Thailand and UAE, or for another network to add them, since I don't believe I've ever seen roaming use your allowance type deals for those areas.


What unlimited deal are you on. At 27 they are crap, but most of their grandfathered customers are on 15. Personally I'm on 64gb for 13 with EE I will take 100 for 15 with three but their 'best' deal nowadays is 20 on black Friday. I am such a good deal with EE that they can't increase it anymore. I expect EE to try to get me on a 12 month deal but it needs to be grandfatherable and not more than 15 as both BT and voda where unlimited on their fibre at 18 with incentives.
pengwyn7 h, 50 m ago

What unlimited deal are you on. At 27 they are crap, but most of their …What unlimited deal are you on. At 27 they are crap, but most of their grandfathered customers are on 15. Personally I'm on 64gb for 13 with EE I will take 100 for 15 with three but their 'best' deal nowadays is 20 on black Friday. I am such a good deal with EE that they can't increase it anymore. I expect EE to try to get me on a 12 month deal but it needs to be grandfatherable and not more than 15 as both BT and voda where unlimited on their fibre at 18 with incentives.


Three used to do the one plan for £15 but they took everyone off that a couple of years back iirc. Including me.


Now I'm on unlimited calls texts and data for £20 a month. I regularly use over 100GB so I can't use any of the limited allowance plans unless I curb my usage. Hence sticking with three and the all you can eat data.
Edited by: "distracted247" 13th Dec 2017
Damn! Just returned from Colombia!
distracted24713th Dec

Three used to do the one plan for £15 but they took everyone off that a …Three used to do the one plan for £15 but they took everyone off that a couple of years back iirc. Including me. Now I'm on unlimited calls texts and data for £20 a month. I regularly use over 100GB so I can't use any of the limited allowance plans unless I curb my usage. Hence sticking with three and the all you can eat data.


Wow are you glued to your phone to your phone?, Im on the same plan barely hitting 10gb per month....
samosa53 m ago

Wow are you glued to your phone to your phone?, Im on the same plan barely …Wow are you glued to your phone to your phone?, Im on the same plan barely hitting 10gb per month....


My current circumstances make using my phone the easiest and often safest way to access the internet.

I've set all quality settings to high or unlimited in apps like twitch, prime, netflix etc. The streaming or downloads do take more data than if I changed this setting or could access WiFi regularly to get off the 4g connection.

I'm hoping this will change in the future but until it does, I'm glad there's an unlimited data plan available.
Thank god for unlimited data. The only reason I switched to three.
Edited by: "samosa" 15th Dec 2017
lordjordysmith12th Dec

Still no Canada included though...


Got done in May 2017 visiting Niagara Falls at the US side, not realising it was connected to a Canadian network. Huge bill the following month.
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