Fonehouse - Unlimited Minutes, Texts & Data on EE - SIM Only £34 Per Month/12 months - Total Cost: £408/£276 - £23 Per Month After Cashback
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Fonehouse - Unlimited Minutes, Texts & Data on EE - SIM Only £34 Per Month/12 months - Total Cost: £408/£276 - £23 Per Month After Cashback

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Expires on 30/09/2019Posted 1st SepEdited by:"jamesdude11"
SIM Only On EE - The UK's Biggest, Fastest & Most Reliable Network
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited Texts
Unlimited Data (Including 3G & 4G Data)
Personal Hotspot Included.
£34 Per Month - 12 Month Contract.


This deal comes with £132 cashback which effectively reduces the monthly cost from £34 per month to £23.00 per month.

Topcashback of: £3.53 - (If your bothered)

To see this deal, when clicking on the link, choose data allowances of '50GB+' and select the Network 'EE'.

The 5G Plan is available also which is normally £44 per month which comes with £156 cashback which effectively reduces the monthly cost from £44 per month to £31.00 per month.
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That's a very good price for EE to be honest, heat added.
Lots of fonehouse cashback deals at the moment. I remember Dialaphone doing the same...
There’s quick a few under £20 unlimited data, call and text (with 5g ready) deals around which makes this deal cold unless you generally prefer EE
Good deal, if you can be bothered with cash back then £23 is a bargain for ee, it’s far superior to other networks. I just really can be bothered with cash back but heat added
Kojo_Segu01/09/2019 19:04

There’s quick a few under £20 unlimited data, call and text (with 5g re …There’s quick a few under £20 unlimited data, call and text (with 5g ready) deals around which makes this deal cold unless you generally prefer EE


Ee are pretty mean not having 5g included but I bet 99% of people will either not be in 5g coverage area or not have a 5g phone over the next 12 months. Apple aren’t even bothering with 5g for at least a year.
toonsquirel01/09/2019 19:08

Ee are pretty mean not having 5g included but I bet 99% of people will …Ee are pretty mean not having 5g included but I bet 99% of people will either not be in 5g coverage area or not have a 5g phone over the next 12 months. Apple aren’t even bothering with 5g for at least a year.


Yes that’s true but picking an unlimited sim for under £20 with 5G ready will boost your chances of a more lower contract if you decide to stay with them
Kojo_Segu01/09/2019 19:10

Yes that’s true but picking an unlimited sim for under £20 with 5G ready wi …Yes that’s true but picking an unlimited sim for under £20 with 5G ready will boost your chances of a more lower contract if you decide to stay with them


That’s also the same with ee, in 12 months you’ll get a better deal and can then go onto 5g if you prefer, I don’t think 80% of us will have any access to 5g for 5 years, the masts on 4g are placed about 5 miles apart but for 5g they need to go on every lamppost as they cover about 100m so unless you live in a big city how likely are you to get the networks to put them in small villages. They’ve actually said rollout will be slow and 3 have said 5g will be only twice as fast as 4g so 3 5g won’t be much faster then ee 4g
There are 30,000 4g masts that are up to 10 metres high, to get 5g in the same area we need 500,000 new masts that will be 30 metres high. Also the super fast 5g speeds will only be in cities as the bigger rural masts can’t deliver the same speed as the 1000s of smaller city masts
seems like a legitimately good deal - I was paying £28 a month for unltd everything with three.
Kojo_Segu01/09/2019 19:04

There’s quick a few under £20 unlimited data, call and text (with 5g re …There’s quick a few under £20 unlimited data, call and text (with 5g ready) deals around which makes this deal cold unless you generally prefer EE


Yes but dont vote it cold cause of Vodafone/three but is it good for "EE" unlimited can mention in comments can get deal x and y on three / vodafone.
Cold .Most unreliable and overloaded UK network. EE are cheats and overselling the network since BT bought them . Won't increase the data capacity of the network only superficial 5G changes etc .Unless you are on 5G or Max expensive account, they will put you on low priority. You will get no data or data at night only , even though unlimited data in your account. Virgin EE Essentials, ASDA , Plusnet stop working in priority to EE Max etc . You will think your phone is faulty but it is the EE network which has put you on low priority or blocked bands in your SIM to give more priority to their more expensive contracts . You are a Third Class customer if you go on their cheaper plans.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 1st Sep
sam_of_london01/09/2019 20:16

Cold .Most unreliable and overloaded UK network. EE are cheats and …Cold .Most unreliable and overloaded UK network. EE are cheats and overselling the network since BT bought them . Won't increase the data capacity of the network only superficial 5G changes etc .Unless you are on 5G or Max expensive account, they will put you on low priority. You will get no data or data at night only , even though unlimited data in your account. Virgin EE Essentials, ASDA , Plusnet stop working in priority to EE Max etc . You will think your phone is faulty but it is the EE network which has put you on low priority or blocked bands in your SIM to give more priority to their more expensive contracts . You are a Third Class customer if you go on their cheaper plans.


Not unlimited data. 1000 Gb.
sam_of_london01/09/2019 20:16

Cold .Most unreliable and overloaded UK network. EE are cheats and …Cold .Most unreliable and overloaded UK network. EE are cheats and overselling the network since BT bought them . Won't increase the data capacity of the network only superficial 5G changes etc .Unless you are on 5G or Max expensive account, they will put you on low priority. You will get no data or data at night only , even though unlimited data in your account. Virgin EE Essentials, ASDA , Plusnet stop working in priority to EE Max etc . You will think your phone is faulty but it is the EE network which has put you on low priority or blocked bands in your SIM to give more priority to their more expensive contracts . You are a Third Class customer if you go on their cheaper plans.


That used to be the case but changed about 18 months ago.

The problem with these cheap deals through 3rd parties is that they often do not continue after your year is up, you then need to search around for another deal.

I am with EE through a 3rd party company, can't remember who right now,, unlimited calls and texts and 20Gb data for £8 (or was it £6) after cashback. Cashback claim process is pretty painless and paid quickly.
Edited by: "smokieUK" 2nd Sep
for cash back is it okay to pay by alternative methods e.g. amex and still claim cashback ?
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