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Unlimited Data, Calls, Texts, £20 p/m 30 day contract at Superdrug Mobile
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Unlimited Data, Calls, Texts, £20 p/m 30 day contract at Superdrug Mobile

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Posted 20th FebEdited by:"mgowans"

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Just getting my jumper on, waiting for the incoming freeze, but surely this is a great deal for a 30 day rolling contract with unlimited data, minutes and texts for just £20/month?
Tethering is included and also unlimited.
Runs on Three's network
+ £20 in Superdrug health/beauty credit when you sign up and double reward points on all shops going forward.
Effectively free for the first month if you were going to spend £20 in Superdrug anyway..
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Superdrug Mobile...why not Marmite Mobile?
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Superdrug Mobile...why not Marmite Mobile?
Any ideas which network they use?
This looks like a great deal, £20 a month for unlimited data even when tethering.

Anyone know whose network they use and if it has 5G compatibility?
For info it runs on the three network, heat
Runs on Three if anyone hasn't read it at top.
Are there any speed restrictions or is it 'fastest available'?
I'm using there £10 for unlimited minutes and texts plus 30gb dater , been on this deal for the last month and its work fine, good value for money.and if you don't use all your date allowance at the end of the month they reduce a bit of cash of your next month bill.
Edited by: "Rolefitleader" 20th Feb
xavierluther20/02/2020 12:27

Superdrug Mobile...why not Marmite Mobile?


Because the company that owns Three also owns Superdrug. They don't own Marmite though.

I realise you were making a joke. It was just terrible
AndersJ20/02/2020 16:11

Because the company that owns Three also owns Superdrug. They don't own …Because the company that owns Three also owns Superdrug. They don't own Marmite though.I realise you were making a joke. It was just terrible


They usually are. Come on Unilever (Marmite owner), give the loyal folks of this country another mobile network, we don't have enough and all are pretty crap
xavierluther20/02/2020 12:27

Superdrug Mobile...why not Marmite Mobile?


..because Superdrug offer Mobile tariffs. Marmite offer yeast extract spread.
mgowans20/02/2020 16:28

..because Superdrug offer Mobile tariffs. Marmite offer yeast extract …..because Superdrug offer Mobile tariffs. Marmite offer yeast extract spread.


Diversification is key to success in business. Marmite has a loyal, devout following that'd swallow literally anything (if they can swallow Marmite, they'll swallow whatever you throw at their wallets)
Edited by: "xavierluther" 20th Feb
Rolefitleader20/02/2020 14:03

I'm using there £10 for unlimited minutes and texts plus 30gb dater , been …I'm using there £10 for unlimited minutes and texts plus 30gb dater , been on this deal for the last month and its work fine, good value for money.and if you don't use all your date allowance at the end of the month they reduce a bit of cash of your next month bill.


This tariff dont exist anymore they replaced with 30gb £10 monthly plan standard - no cashback on your data
Only £2 in the difference but 3 are doing unlimited data, texts and calls for £18 if you prefer to go direct with them.
Gordinho20/02/2020 17:42

Only £2 in the difference but 3 are doing unlimited data, texts and calls …Only £2 in the difference but 3 are doing unlimited data, texts and calls for £18 if you prefer to go direct with them.


do you have the link? showing as £25 on three.co.uk for a 1 month contract?
If Vodafone works better for you, consider £10/m unlimited everything from Voxi until Voxi graduates counting college. Includes unlimited pic msgs which is unusual for an unlimited bundle. No contract no credit check.
Which network does it run on?
lespaul20/02/2020 22:47

Which network does it run on?


3 same as smarty
CK Hutchison owns 3 Mobile and Superdrug
Edited by: "watson44" 21st Feb
Does superdrug get 5g ? If so daughters staff discount could come in handy
Are the speeds the same as using actual Three? I.e. Horrendous?
They may differ - I posted why recently (and why this can be great or terrible news) - down to whether SD gets band 20 access - anyone know? Also keen to know about 5G (not that Three have much at present - all that true 5G bandwidth & they foul up the release ).
Edited by: "jnm21" 22nd Feb
mgowans20/02/2020 17:43

do you have the link? showing as £25 on three.co.uk for a 1 month contract?


It's twelve months so I guess it's not a like for like comparison but here it is anyway.
uswitch.com/mob…ls/
Edited by: "Gordinho" 22nd Feb
Is anyone else here on Smarty? I'm finding it to be awfully slow. I've had Three in the past without any real issues but Smarty is slow and at times unusable.
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