Unlimited Calls / Texts / 4G Data - 2GB £7.50 Month - 4GB £10 Month - 8GB £15 Month - 30 Days sim @ Smarty Mobile **Please do not ask for / offer referrals**
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Unlimited Calls / Texts / 4G Data - 2GB £7.50 Month - 4GB £10 Month - 8GB £15 Month - 30 Days sim @ Smarty Mobile **Please do not ask for / offer referrals**

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Found 17th May
  • 2GB 4G Data
  • Unlimited Calls
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 30 Days Sim

£7.50 Month


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  • 4GB 4G Data
  • Unlimited Calls
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 30 Days Sim

£10 Month


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  • 8GB 4G Data
  • Unlimited Calls
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 30 Days Sim

£15 Month


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Add-ons that are 100% transparentIf you run out of data an add-on will cost you £1.25 per GB - the same as it costs in your plan. Our add-ons never expire so long as you have a live plan.

Unlimited UK standard calls and texts - on all plansCall your friends and family as much as you want. No catch.

Get a discount on unused data
  • £5 = the base cost of any plan (unlimited standard calls, texts and running the network). The rest is simply for data.
  • At the end of each month, we take the data you haven’t used and discount your next plan - at a rate of £1.25 per GB.
  • So for 3GB of unused data, you’ll get £3.75 off your next month. We even calculate using remaining MBs, not GBs.
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Great concept. I end up just using WiFi most months and paying for data I never use. This would be ideal when I’m out of contract!
Looking to switch from VOXI but not sure the signal will be that great. Quite like the Vodafone signal over O2, so not sure how 3 plays out.
Toxiic2 m ago

Looking to switch from VOXI but not sure the signal will be that great. …Looking to switch from VOXI but not sure the signal will be that great. Quite like the Vodafone signal over O2, so not sure how 3 plays out.


Any reason for leaving Voxi?
Did you have any issues with them?
I am getting my cousin to join Voxi in the next few days.
anonymous...17th May

Any reason for leaving Voxi?Did you have any issues with them?I am getting …Any reason for leaving Voxi?Did you have any issues with them?I am getting my cousin to join Voxi in the next few days.


No, they've been absolutely superb. Customer service isnt as great as when they started but they've probably got quite a few more staff since then - they're still good though.

Just looking for a more cost effective plan as I can't predict how much data I use per month. So in theory Smarty would be a better option. Will have to test the signal at some point first though.
Toxiic12 m ago

No, they've been absolutely superb. Customer service isnt as great as when …No, they've been absolutely superb. Customer service isnt as great as when they started but they've probably got quite a few more staff since then - they're still good though.Just looking for a more cost effective plan as I can't predict how much data I use per month. So in theory Smarty would be a better option. Will have to test the signal at some point first though.


They use Three network, I live in London and don't have network issues. Bare in mind only way to contact customer service is via chat - no customer service number.
Is this an offer? May take it up in a week?
Edited by: "Laurynas_Misevicius" 17th May
Laurynas_Misevicius12 m ago

Is this an offer? May take it up in a week?


Standard price been at this price since the start
Laurynas_Misevicius32 m ago

Is this an offer? May take it up in a week?



Why is this here?.. These prices shown above are standard prices!..
To get a free month use a referral link. Not allowed on here, but allowed on mse. Google mse smarty referral. Best to use latest links.
trueno2k3 h, 33 m ago

Why is this here?.. These prices shown above are standard prices!..


Still a good deal for those who have good three coverage and use very little data
Edited by: "anonymous..." 17th May
Derek_Duval17th May

To get a free month use a referral link. Not allowed on here, but allowed …To get a free month use a referral link. Not allowed on here, but allowed on mse. Google mse smarty referral. Best to use latest links.


That is one sneeky bastard tactic @szaman81!..
trueno2k38 m ago

Why is this here?.. These prices shown above are standard prices!..


Yes they are, but not everyone will be aware of the company.

They're a very good bargaining tool to use for retentions if you're with another network
HankHandsome37 m ago

Yes they are, but not everyone will be aware of the company.They're a very …Yes they are, but not everyone will be aware of the company.They're a very good bargaining tool to use for retentions if you're with another network

Whoa, another sneeky tactic!.. But, I like this one!..

Just one thing, can this be used on Three themselves, seeing as this is subsidiary of Three, right or am I thinking of some other sister company?
Edited by: "trueno2k" 17th May
trueno2k22 m ago

Whoa, another sneeky tactic!.. But, I like this one!.. Just one …Whoa, another sneeky tactic!.. But, I like this one!.. Just one thing, can this be used on Three themselves, seeing as this is subsidiary of Three, right or am I thinking of some other sister company?


According to the Smarty web site, they are 100% owned by Three, a bit like Giff Gaff and O2.

I'm with Three, and thinking about doing the same - I could go the Large route which gives me plenty of data, and probably end up paying about £6.25 a month, which is half my current contract.

My only issue is that they don't do Direct Debits. I'd prefer that to monthly debit card payments.
trueno2k24 m ago

Whoa, another sneeky tactic!.. But, I like this one!.. Just one …Whoa, another sneeky tactic!.. But, I like this one!.. Just one thing, can this be used on Three themselves, seeing as this is subsidiary of Three, right or am I thinking of some other sister company?


I used Smarty against three earlier in the year to get my mum and sister better deals so yes you can.
HankHandsome6 m ago

I used Smarty against three earlier in the year to get my mum and sister …I used Smarty against three earlier in the year to get my mum and sister better deals so yes you can.



Can you keep your number and use the PAC number to transfer over to Smarty?.. If not, will definitely stop me from defecting to Smarty!..
trueno2k1 h, 45 m ago

Can you keep your number and use the PAC number to transfer over to …Can you keep your number and use the PAC number to transfer over to Smarty?.. If not, will definitely stop me from defecting to Smarty!..


No need to change your number
As soon as your SIM is activated you can port your number to SMARTY. You’ll just need a PAC code from your current network.
Edited by: "anonymous..." 17th May
alg2 h, 5 m ago

According to the Smarty web site, they are 100% owned by Three, a bit like …According to the Smarty web site, they are 100% owned by Three, a bit like Giff Gaff and O2.I'm with Three, and thinking about doing the same - I could go the Large route which gives me plenty of data, and probably end up paying about £6.25 a month, which is half my current contract.My only issue is that they don't do Direct Debits. I'd prefer that to monthly debit card payments.


Giff gaff is owned by Telefonica not o2. A bit like plusnet is owned by BT no EE anymore. Even though EE is owned by BT and o2 by Telefonica!
Anon328 m ago

Giff gaff is owned by Telefonica not o2. A bit like plusnet is owned by BT …Giff gaff is owned by Telefonica not o2. A bit like plusnet is owned by BT no EE anymore. Even though EE is owned by BT and o2 by Telefonica!


If you're going to get pedantic (that's my role at work :D) Smarty are owned by CK Hutchison Holdings.

However, on the official Smarty web pages, it says, to quote, "Three owns SMARTY". If you're going to be picky that is.
Edited by: "alg" 17th May
Uk only network. No roaming.
trueno2k3 h, 29 m ago

Can you keep your number and use the PAC number to transfer over to …Can you keep your number and use the PAC number to transfer over to Smarty?.. If not, will definitely stop me from defecting to Smarty!..


yeah it's no different to porting your number across to any network
winchman28 m ago

Uk only network. No roaming.


Currently UK only - roaming is due next month.
Just wanted to apologise to Toxiic as hotukdeals misunderstood when I said I had a link. I meant a generic link for referrals, and they thought I meant mine specifically and deleted my post 😏
Edited by: "K9sandFelines" 17th May
K9sandFelines33 m ago

Just wanted to apologise to Toxiic as hotukdeals misunderstood when I said …Just wanted to apologise to Toxiic as hotukdeals misunderstood when I said I had a link. I meant a generic link for referrals, and they thought I meant mine specifically and deleted my post 😏


Mine too.
Typical staff.
Does it offer WiFi calling like id network
tonymcg8 m ago

Does it offer WiFi calling like id network


No WiFi calling
Toxiic17th May

No, they've been absolutely superb. Customer service isnt as great as when …No, they've been absolutely superb. Customer service isnt as great as when they started but they've probably got quite a few more staff since then - they're still good though.Just looking for a more cost effective plan as I can't predict how much data I use per month. So in theory Smarty would be a better option. Will have to test the signal at some point first though.


Would you mind if I ask you a question re customer service? How often are you speaking to them? I only ask in that a lot of people complain of customer service with mobile providers on here and apart from an upgrade, I can't imagine what else you'd speak to them for except maybe a dodgy bill (but ive never had that). I've been with EE for years and probably spoke to them twice. Just wondering that's all
I'm with EE currently and tested SMARTY for two months. No issues so far, very straightforward. I'll be moving my number to SMARTY this month. Got offer from EE matching SMARTY but on 12 month contract which I do not want and without discount for unused data. As I only used less and 180 MB last month with SMARTY this months bill was £5.53. I like this as I don't use a lot of data, mostly am on WiFi.
Edited by: "galene" 20th May
AgentDaleCooper9 h, 57 m ago

Would you mind if I ask you a question re customer service? How often are …Would you mind if I ask you a question re customer service? How often are you speaking to them? I only ask in that a lot of people complain of customer service with mobile providers on here and apart from an upgrade, I can't imagine what else you'd speak to them for except maybe a dodgy bill (but ive never had that). I've been with EE for years and probably spoke to them twice. Just wondering that's all


Just to ask when certain offers they have end and general questions about leaving. Maybe I just got a customer service person that was having a bad day but overall the customer service wasn't as friendly as when they started off (probably gained many more employees since then).
Thanks OP

Currently on the Giffgaff £5 sim which gives 150 mins, 500 texts and 100mb data - used it for years and never maxed either out as a lot of friends were on Giffgaff so call etc were free. However, over the years a lot of friends have left so call usage is going up. gonna give this ago as with my minimal data usage it won’t cost me much more than currently paying and I will have unlimited calls and texts! (Plus a free second month )
So this runs on the Three network?
rimz7909 m ago

So this runs on the Three network?


Yes
rimz79016 h, 3 m ago

So this runs on the Three network?


It would be a bit strange if a 100% owned by Three network wasn't using their infrastructure.
Edited by: "alg" 22nd May
This looks like a really great deal. I've signed up using the referral on MSE and got myself a free month.

My sim arrived after 1 working day.
pototea8th Jul

This looks like a really great deal. I've signed up using the referral on …This looks like a really great deal. I've signed up using the referral on MSE and got myself a free month.My sim arrived after 1 working day.


hi where is the free month mentioned on mse as i cant locate it?
pototea8th Jul

This looks like a really great deal. I've signed up using the referral on …This looks like a really great deal. I've signed up using the referral on MSE and got myself a free month.My sim arrived after 1 working day.


I also have a referral for a free month. But on checkout page it says I have to pay for the first month. The second month is free. I am thinking of taking a small £7.50 plan for the first month and then change to a large plan for the second month, when it is free. Do you think it is possible to change plan ? Do I have to do it before the first month ends or does it have to be done at renewal?
Have you asked online chat?

I suspect the free month will be for the tariff you signed up for.
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