Three upgrade - 600 mins and 8gb data advance plan (£13 per month) £156
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Three upgrade - 600 mins and 8gb data advance plan (£13 per month) £156

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Found 9th Mar 2017
Three Advanced Plan
8GB for the price of 4GB

8GB Data.
600
Minutes.
All-You-Can-Eat
Texts.
12 month
Contract.
Included:
8GB Personal Hotspot
Feel At Home

£13.00 a month
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Its £15 per month on the website...

three.co.uk/Sto…nes

May have to copy & paste link into browser Direct click doesn't work for me.
Edited by: "VenusProject" 9th Mar 2017
I was with Vodafone this year but before that was on 3s unlimited everything plan for £15 per month. Rang up 3 and went through to customer relations rather than sales and they gave me the unlimited everything deal for £19 per month rather than the current price of £32.
Unlimited min/text and data + 30GB tethering is £19/month
pavel76

Unlimited min/text and data + 30GB tethering is £19/month


£6 more expensive and that would be a waste of £6 if you only use 8gb. Cheers
pavthebeast

£6 more expensive and that would be a waste of £6 if you only use 8gb. C … £6 more expensive and that would be a waste of £6 if you only use 8gb. Cheers


You are right... just wanted to mention nice deal for those who needs a lot of data, thats all
Be tempted to haggle, I got this for £10 per month as an upgrade from the 4GB essential plan
I managed unlimited data, 600 mins and unlimited texts for £14 last week
pavel76

Unlimited min/text and data + 30GB tethering is £19/month



​I'm paying 20 for limited minutes. Was that a retention deal?
VenusProject

Its £15 per month on the … Its £15 per month on the website...http://www.three.co.uk/Store/SIM/Plans_for_phones#?contract=12&data=8&minutes=600&type=advancedMay have to copy & paste link into browser Direct click doesn't work for me.


three.co.uk/exi…t=1
Im paying £12 for 12GB, 200 mins, unlmtd texts with 3 on 12month deal
declanmorrow

Im paying £12 for 12GB, 200 mins, unlmtd texts with 3 on 12month deal


I'm paying £12 for 12GB, 600 mins, unlmtd texts with 3 but it's not available to everyone. This is!
I get 5 million giga watts of data, 3 lifetimes worth of minutes, 1/2 of a text message, 3 virgin brides and a bag of maltesers for £10 a month.
Edited by: "INDUSTRYHATER" 9th Mar 2017
nikc0069

​I'm paying 20 for limited minutes. Was that a retention deal?


Yes, retention deal
three.co.uk/sim…t=1
I am paying £20 for vodafone for unlimited text and call and 20gb 4G.But after cashback through e2save its cost me £9 only
INDUSTRYHATER

I get 5 million giga watts of data, 3 lifetimes worth of minutes, 1/2 of … I get 5 million giga watts of data, 3 lifetimes worth of minutes, 1/2 of a text message, 3 virgin brides and a bag of maltesers for £10 a month.



What's the signal like for the Virgin brides, it's terrible around here.
Hughsee

I managed unlimited data, 600 mins and unlimited texts for £14 last week



​did this include feel at home?
I'm due to renew today so looking for the best possible retention deal and this sounds perfect
I got something similar, but with unlimited calls and on a 1 month contract by haggling when my contract ended. Better deals available - sorry, cold from me
Just tried 2 different advisers over the phone. Neither would budge from £15 for 8gb & 600 mins 12 mo. advanced plan. This was trying to upgrade from a 1 month 4gb/600 min 1 month contract @ £19. Been on this for nearly 2 years. They were adamant that the £13 price was only available as an additional contract.
Just had to settle for 30gb data AY,CE minutes texts , feel at home for £18 monthl 12 month contract - I did make it very clear that next year feel at home will be irrelevant as roaming charges end in June for the EU and I will not pay more than this. You can read the deals offered by visiting Simplans6Simplans7
If you're on three.co.uk/simplans8 you are getting right royally ripped off.

There are also Simplans-2
Edited by: "TlMSKl" 10th Mar 2017
TlMSKl

I did make it very clear that next year feel at home will be irrelevant … I did make it very clear that next year feel at home will be irrelevant as roaming charges end in June for the EU and I will not pay more than this.



Pretty sure Brexit will put a stop to that for us Brits as the abolition of roaming charges is an EU directive.
pavel76

Yes, retention dealhttp://www.three.co.uk/simplans6?id=1671&aidset=1


I nearly went with this deal on retention (although this was through their site as they didn't offer it to me over the phone) but I went with the now expired EE 4GEE Max sim deal - 7GB data, unlimited calls & texts. £16.99 monthly, down to ~£9 with cashback from mobiles.co.uk & quidco.
Be wary when they offer big data that you can tether (if that's important to you) and if it's a 'feel at home' or 'essentials' deal as they tried to offer me 30GB with unlimited texts & calls for £15/m but non-tethering essentials package. Newer deals on their site also limit Feel at Home data to 500mb.
Heat added.
Bloxk

Just tried 2 different advisers over the phone. Neither would budge from … Just tried 2 different advisers over the phone. Neither would budge from £15 for 8gb & 600 mins 12 mo. advanced plan. This was trying to upgrade from a 1 month 4gb/600 min 1 month contract @ £19. Been on this for nearly 2 years. They were adamant that the £13 price was only available as an additional contract.


Upgrade via the link then?
hotukdeals.com/vis…3D1
My contract with Three ends in 5 days. Currently on Advanced 4Gb data, unlimited calls and texts for £12/m.
When logged into my account I have a 'personal' upgrade offer of 8Gb data, unlimited calls and texts for £15/m.
I'm quite keen to up my data, although at the mo not really using my 4Gb, so phoned them last weekend to see if they would do me a better price for that plan - I was hoping for £13.

It was like trying to talk to a brick wall, the operator was just trying to offer me essential plans which I kept stressing that I didn't want. She completely wore me down in the end - I just gave up.

Was hoping to call back again and haggle using the EE £4.50 cashback offer as a bit of leverage, but now that's expired, I'll just stick with what I've got until another deal comes up.

If I could get a better price for this posted deal with 600 mins I might be tempted.
pavthebeast

Upgrade via the link … Upgrade via the link then?http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?t=2630942&hukdm=377&d=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.three.co.uk%2Fexisting-customer-offers%2Fsim-plans-for-phones%2Fsim-size%3Fstep%3Dconfirmplan%26planid%3D1400628965175%26%26id%3D1671%26aidset%3D1



That link only allows you to add an additional contract at that price.
andypolack

What's the signal like for the Virgin brides, it's terrible around here.



Generally it's ok but a few days every months it can be temperamental
SirHugo

My contract with Three ends in 5 days. Currently on Advanced 4Gb data, … My contract with Three ends in 5 days. Currently on Advanced 4Gb data, unlimited calls and texts for £12/m. When logged into my account I have a 'personal' upgrade offer of 8Gb data, unlimited calls and texts for £15/m.I'm quite keen to up my data, although at the mo not really using my 4Gb, so phoned them last weekend to see if they would do me a better price for that plan - I was hoping for £13.It was like trying to talk to a brick wall, the operator was just trying to offer me essential plans which I kept stressing that I didn't want. She completely wore me down in the end - I just gave up.Was hoping to call back again and haggle using the EE £4.50 cashback offer as a bit of leverage, but now that's expired, I'll just stick with what I've got until another deal comes up. If I could get a better price for this posted deal with 600 mins I might be tempted.


If you go for this deal through quidco you can get £50 cash back bringing down your monthly totals somewhat.
Almost impossible to get the £13 pm deal without 'churning' (converting to a PAYG account and then applying the new contract), which our local 3 store said was illegal and for which the call centre operator could be sacked (is this true? they didn't think so). Which is a lot of hassle. But if you go through TCB you get £55 cashback and £14 pm, which is even better - though you'd still need to go through 'churning'. It's a pain. And those operators are like brick walls. They offer existing customers deals that are the same as for everyone else.
Looks like they're now doing this one for £12.
Once you add your cashback (TCB/Quidco) makes quite a good deal.
broadbandchoices.co.uk/mob…nly

(link updated - through broadband choices as link direct to 3 doesn't seem to work)

Edited by: "cillitboom" 12th Mar 2017
Also available via the Wuntu app -

Grab 8GB of data, All-you-can-eat texts and 600 minutes for only £13 a month. Not forever though, this offer ends on the 22nd – so get a move on.

Get a 12 month SIM Only deal from Three and kick back with some neat savings over the year (new trainers, anyone?).

With this nifty little SIM you can use Feel at Home too – that means you can use your phone abroad in 42 destinations at no extra cost. Awesome.

1. Select ‘Copy code and enter site’ by
22/03/17.
2. Checkout as usual.

Terms and Conditions:
Available to Three customers who sign up to a contract on our SIM only 8GB, 600 minutes and All-you-can-eat texts 12 month Advance plan via Wuntu app. Offer ends 22/03/2017. No cash alternative. Saving claim based on total saving over 12 month term versus standard new customer pricing (upfront was £0, monthly was £18 / upfront now £0, £13 monthly). Not available in conjunction with any other offer. Price includes £5 monthly discount for paying by a recurring method, such as Direct Debit. Each May, your monthly package price will increase by an amount up to the RPI rate, published in the February that year.
40 min on the phone and three advisers later, I have concluded that this £13 deal is only available as an additional contract. Ended up requesting a PAC.
vanderwyse

40 min on the phone and three advisers later, I have concluded that this … 40 min on the phone and three advisers later, I have concluded that this £13 deal is only available as an additional contract. Ended up requesting a PAC.



Yeah, I've literally just come off the phone with them - ended up getting my PAC code also.
Did get offered some deals that almost tempted me, but not the plans I actually wanted.
Offered me 30Gb Essential plan for £15/m and told me to get a PAYG when I go abroad, or 30Gb 600 min Advanced plan for £20/m.

Actually just wanted just a good price on a 12 or 8Gb Advanced Plan (Feel at home is essential for me), but the 'deals' on these I was offered were actually more expensive than the customer offers on their website. I just don't get it.

Used a Vodafone offer as my bargaining tool - 20Gb data, unlimited calls and texts, 2Gb data roaming. After topcashback this equates to £14.17/m. Going to go with this.
SirHugo

Yeah, I've literally just come off the phone with them - ended up getting … Yeah, I've literally just come off the phone with them - ended up getting my PAC code also.Did get offered some deals that almost tempted me, but not the plans I actually wanted.Offered me 30Gb Essential plan for £15/m and told me to get a PAYG when I go abroad, or 30Gb 600 min Advanced plan for £20/m.Actually just wanted just a good price on a 12 or 8Gb Advanced Plan (Feel at home is essential for me), but the 'deals' on these I was offered were actually more expensive than the customer offers on their website. I just don't get it.Used a Vodafone offer as my bargaining tool - 20Gb data, unlimited calls and texts, 2Gb data roaming. After topcashback this equates to £14.17/m. Going to go with this.



I was in the same position 3 days ago and ended up getting my PAC code after being offered the same deals worse than you can buy on-line. Went with the EE deal through e2save in the end:
secure-mobiles.com/che…2V9

- only 7GB data (unlimited calls and texts) but is their 4G Max plan which means all data can be tethered and used throughout Europe. Only £10 after cashback so can't really complain. EE site suggests that 4G Max plans get free BT Sport too but I'm not holding my breath for that.

Posted a link above through broadband choices that give you 8GB data for £12 on 3 if you wanted to stay with them though.
Edited by: "cillitboom" 12th Mar 2017
INDUSTRYHATER

I get 5 million giga watts of data, 3 lifetimes worth of minutes, 1/2 of … I get 5 million giga watts of data, 3 lifetimes worth of minutes, 1/2 of a text message, 3 virgin brides and a bag of maltesers for £10 a month.


lol
TlMSKl

Just had to settle for 30gb data AY,CE minutes texts , feel at home for … Just had to settle for 30gb data AY,CE minutes texts , feel at home for £18 monthl 12 month contract - I did make it very clear that next year feel at home will be irrelevant as roaming charges end in June for the EU and I will not pay more than this. You can read the deals offered by visiting Simplans6 Simplans7If you're on three.co.uk/simplans8 you are getting right royally ripped off.There are also Simplans-2



Feel at home covers many countries outside the EU. There is life outside the EU you know.
nyctaxi

Also available via the Wuntu app -Grab 8GB of data, All-you-can-eat texts … Also available via the Wuntu app -Grab 8GB of data, All-you-can-eat texts and 600 minutes for only £13 a month. Not forever though, this offer ends on the 22nd – so get a move on.Get a 12 month SIM Only deal from Three and kick back with some neat savings over the year (new trainers, anyone?).With this nifty little SIM you can use Feel at Home too – that means you can use your phone abroad in 42 destinations at no extra cost. Awesome.1. Select ‘Copy code and enter site’ by22/03/17.2. Checkout as usual.Terms and Conditions:Available to Three customers who sign up to a contract on our SIM only 8GB, 600 minutes and All-you-can-eat texts 12 month Advance plan via Wuntu app. Offer ends 22/03/2017. No cash alternative. Saving claim based on total saving over 12 month term versus standard new customer pricing (upfront was £0, monthly was £18 / upfront now £0, £13 monthly). Not available in conjunction with any other offer. Price includes £5 monthly discount for paying by a recurring method, such as Direct Debit. Each May, your monthly package price will increase by an amount up to the RPI rate, published in the February that year.



Wuntu offers are for a second line in addition to the one you have already.
Waste of time ringing them up usual "theres no such deal mr". Terrible call centre as they obviously just there to sell stuff, they must lose them so many customers in the long run.
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