Unlimited DATA GB Unlimited C/Texts £20 a month (30 Day Contract) Sim Only at Smarty (Three) Deals
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Unlimited DATA GB Unlimited C/Texts £20 a month (30 Day Contract) Sim Only at Smarty (Three) Deals

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Posted 17th Dec 2019
Great Unlimited data Deal 30 Day Contract for £20

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How to switch from Three and transfer my number to SMARTY
Call Three on 333 from a 3-Mobile handset or 0333 338 1001 from any other phone or landline, and ask for your "Port Authorisation Code" or PAC number.

If you wish to use the 'text-to-switch' service, simply SMS text PAC to 65075 free from your Three SIM to get your PAC code by text and begin the porting process.

Three will provide your Porting Authorisation Code (PAC) either over the phone, by SMS text message or via email.
A PAC code is valid for 30 days. If you don't use it within thirty days it will expire and you will need to request a new one.
Your Three account will remain active until your number has been ported over to the new network. After the transfer is complete, your Three account will be automatically closed.
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28 Comments
Hot, for 30 day contract. 🔥
I'm confused - the title says £20 a month but then a little later, £15 - surely it's £20?
Seems to be £22 now. I did get 100Gb for £17 a couple of days ago (found on here which seems great value as I only need it for a one off over Christmas as we will not have access to Wi-fi for a week and we are likely to want to stream some films as well. But still great value for 30 day plan with no commitment going forward.
Ordered ty op anyone recommend a good 4g router with an outlet to hook up an outdoor Ariel. Cheers
Can't complain at the prices with Smarty - no frills and cheap.

Even better when I ended up not paying for my first 3 months!

If Three is no good for your area then maybe Voxi?
Great, I had already committed to their unlimited plan and noticed this morning on logging in that next's month's payment had already switched to £20. Good to see a company that respects loyalty not just deals for new customers.
This may sound like a stupid question, but I haven't got a clue.

Where I'm currently renting, there's no Wi-Fi. would I be able to put this SIM into one of the Huawei routers for example and tether from that for my laptop/PS4 etc.?
I_Am_Timms17/12/2019 15:38

This may sound like a stupid question, but I haven't got a clue. Where I'm …This may sound like a stupid question, but I haven't got a clue. Where I'm currently renting, there's no Wi-Fi. would I be able to put this SIM into one of the Huawei routers for example and tether from that for my laptop/PS4 etc.?


Yes as long as the router is unlocked or locked to Three.
I_Am_Timms17/12/2019 15:38

This may sound like a stupid question, but I haven't got a clue. Where I'm …This may sound like a stupid question, but I haven't got a clue. Where I'm currently renting, there's no Wi-Fi. would I be able to put this SIM into one of the Huawei routers for example and tether from that for my laptop/PS4 etc.?


Yes ofcourse you can.
I_Am_Timms17/12/2019 15:38

This may sound like a stupid question, but I haven't got a clue. Where I'm …This may sound like a stupid question, but I haven't got a clue. Where I'm currently renting, there's no Wi-Fi. would I be able to put this SIM into one of the Huawei routers for example and tether from that for my laptop/PS4 etc.?


Grab yourself one of theseif you want proper
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Think before you commit. It's Three after all.
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Edited by: "pablomalin" 17th Dec 2019
pablomalin17/12/2019 15:49

Think before you commit. It's Three after all.


You don't have to commit, it's a monthly rolling contract that you can cancel at any time
RealDonaldTrump17/12/2019 15:43

Grab yourself one of theseif you want proper …Grab yourself one of theseif you want proper https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/d-link-dwr-921b-4g3g-lte-wifi-router-3366253


Cheers guys, I'll look into it
We use this for our home internet as the wired connection would be 2mb speed if we are lucky! we get around 30 with this in our area on a good day - using with 4g asus router - the router didn't have a sim slot but supported it, so we bought a cheap Huawei 4g usb dongle that plugs into the router and that did it. So check if your existing router can already do that. We pay 18.75a month for smarty so it does go even lower sometimes!
Smarty runs off Three network and I hear a lot about how poor Three speeds can be, especially in the London area. Were in the North West and get steady 60-70 Mbps download and 30 up with Smarty sim in Huawei router. House 1/4 mile from transmitter. Very pleased with the service especially if they keep dropping the price for unlimited.
I am genuinely baffled re the constant Smarty is no good in London comments? I am in SW1 and I use my Smarty ultd for internet access on 3 x desktops and it is rapid. I haven't even bothered using a mifi device or router and just use an old 4g phone.

Previously I had a data package from t-mobile and it wasn't anywhere near as quick. I also have a contract phone on Virgin and the Smarty beats that. When in North London the exact same. Smarty ftw..

In fact they just notified me that my monthly bill will be going down £5 in line with the new tariff - now that is a first in my entire time of using a mobile phone(confused) .

The only negative is that when you use the sim abroad tethering is capped at around 2gb but unlimited on the device holding the sim..
Edited by: "rcr100" 18th Dec 2019
rcr10018/12/2019 14:53

I am genuinely baffled re the constant Smarty is no good in London …I am genuinely baffled re the constant Smarty is no good in London comments? I am in SW1 and I use my Smarty ultd for internet access on 3 x desktops and it is rapid. I haven't even bothered using a mifi device or router and just use an old 4g phone. Previously I had a data package from t-mobile and it wasn't anywhere near as quick. I also have a contract phone on Virgin and the Smarty beats that. When in North London the exact same. Smarty ftw..In fact they just notified me that my monthly bill will be going down £5 in line with the new tariff - now that is a first in my entire time of using a mobile phone(confused) . The only negative is that when you use the sim abroad tethering is capped at around 2gb but unlimited on the device holding the sim..



Yep like you delighted to see reduction applied automatically to my current account. Good for established customers but lets face it on monthly contracts people will just leave if they are not happy. Smarty is part of Three and I suspect a lot of thought goes into holding onto Smarty customers with a price hovering just above the current excellent Three one yr contract deals, currently £18/m.
Edited by: "Dinger42" 18th Dec 2019
Thank you so much, not going for this deal,but will do the 30gb
rcr10018/12/2019 14:53

I am genuinely baffled re the constant Smarty is no good in London …I am genuinely baffled re the constant Smarty is no good in London comments? I am in SW1 and I use my Smarty ultd for internet access on 3 x desktops and it is rapid. I haven't even bothered using a mifi device or router and just use an old 4g phone. Previously I had a data package from t-mobile and it wasn't anywhere near as quick. I also have a contract phone on Virgin and the Smarty beats that. When in North London the exact same. Smarty ftw..In fact they just notified me that my monthly bill will be going down £5 in line with the new tariff - now that is a first in my entire time of using a mobile phone(confused) . The only negative is that when you use the sim abroad tethering is capped at around 2gb but unlimited on the device holding the sim..


Says 19gb on their website? help.smarty.co.uk/en/…ots
Dinger4217/12/2019 17:18

Smarty runs off Three network and I hear a lot about how poor Three speeds …Smarty runs off Three network and I hear a lot about how poor Three speeds can be, especially in the London area. Were in the North West and get steady 60-70 Mbps download and 30 up with Smarty sim in Huawei router. House 1/4 mile from transmitter. Very pleased with the service especially if they keep dropping the price for unlimited.


What Huawei router are you using ?
I have Huawei B525. Not cheap new around £100 on Amazon, but fast due to theoretical doubling up on download speed from standard 4G router plus it has tel socket to its rear so you can just ditch your landline and plug your old telephone set into the back of the router. The router auto drops down from 4G to 3G when making/receiving calls, works very well, but make sure you select 'auto' in router settings not '4G only'.
They use the cheap frequency of three network my sister as three and she gets 4g all time I tried smarty and only always on 3g and speed is really bad aswell I left them and went back to Vodafone

Even network if I drove in country side no signal but with Vodafone always get signal
Edited by: "Shaneee" 24th Dec 2019
As people say you get what you paid for
Shaneee24/12/2019 16:33

As people say you get what you paid for


I guess so. I got in early and pay £10 a month for 30gb and I'm very happy with that!
Only just noticed this as my bill dropped from £18.75 to £15! Nice!
Edited by: "greentrident" 10th Jan
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I signed up with that deal so it takes 25% off. Didn't realise the overall price had come down until I checked my statement!
Anyone in the SE area how data and network coverage
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