Unlimited Minutes, Texts & Data on EE - SIM Only £34 Per Month / 12 months £408
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Unlimited Minutes, Texts & Data on EE - SIM Only £34 Per Month / 12 months £408

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Expires on 30/09/2019Posted 28th Aug
SIM Only On EE - The UK's Biggest, Fastest & Most Reliable Network
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited Texts
Unlimited Data (Including 4G Data)
Personal Hotspot Included.
£34 Per Month - 12 Month Contract.
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Doesn’t include 5g
Ah finally EE with the unlimited data 5G. If it's not three it's not real 5G though
It doesn't mention 5G in the plan details. Cold.
5G is o my avail in limited places mostly,you may take out this contract thinking you are getting 5G but in reality unless you live in one of the big cities London/Manchester/Birmingham ect you ain’t get 5G!
Also the price on this is ridiculous,you can get all this for under £25 quite easily
ray_way28/08/2019 10:34

Ah finally EE with the unlimited data 5G. If it's not three it's not real …Ah finally EE with the unlimited data 5G. If it's not three it's not real 5G though


What do you mean?
I hate EE with a passion. If you want unlimited data just go with three. I wouldn't put it past ee if they throttle you after 20GB
Poor deal that
Wait for 5G to fully launch, this is only he beginning and it should be downhill in price from here.
About time they started offering unlimited data but the prices are very noncompetitive though...
I will say EE's network is definitely better than the likes of Three and I believe it's onpar with Vodafone however I can't justify spending £34pm especially when vodafone do unlimited 5G for effectively £14pm as per my last deal posted.
X-Ray28/08/2019 12:23

I will say EE's network is definitely better than the likes of Three and I …I will say EE's network is definitely better than the likes of Three and I believe it's onpar with Vodafone however I can't justify spending £34pm especially when vodafone do unlimited 5G for effectively £14pm as per my last deal posted.


EE is the best network.

It tops all metrics. Best coverage. Best speeds. Best latency.

Three's network is pretty bad. It offers the worst experience in some metrics, but no one outdoes O2 for being terrible overall.

And this is from real world data of millions of data points.

opensignal.com/rep…nce
Essentials or max?
plebbygiraffe28/08/2019 13:32

EE is the best network.It tops all metrics. Best coverage. Best speeds. …EE is the best network.It tops all metrics. Best coverage. Best speeds. Best latency.Three's network is pretty bad. It offers the worst experience in some metrics, but no one outdoes O2 for being terrible overall.And this is from real world data of millions of data points.https://www.opensignal.com/reports/2019/04/uk/mobile-network-experience


They are great, but they certainly ain't perfect as is no network.
Every single MNO has it's downfalls and it's pros.

O2 here is actually really good I regularly achieve in excess of 100mbps speeds on speedtest application on my mobile phone.

I would suggesting trying all the networks before committing to a specific one, there's a 14 day cooling down period for a reason no harm in trying multiple networks and seeing which one works best for you.
X-Ray28/08/2019 13:40

They are great, but they certainly ain't perfect as is no network.Every …They are great, but they certainly ain't perfect as is no network.Every single MNO has it's downfalls and it's pros.O2 here is actually really good I regularly achieve in excess of 100mbps speeds on speedtest application on my mobile phone.I would suggesting trying all the networks before committing to a specific one, there's a 14 day cooling down period for a reason no harm in trying multiple networks and seeing which one works best for you.


Taking multiple hard credit search hits in a short space, ouch. No thanks. Best getting a PAYG sim for each network.
Too many conditions in this contract, they WILL find a way to cap you. Don’t trust them. Unlimited should mean unlimited, not with so many conditions, sign up and you are under their control and IN CONTRACT , You have been warned !
harryf28/08/2019 14:02

Too many conditions in this contract, they WILL find a way to cap you. …Too many conditions in this contract, they WILL find a way to cap you. Don’t trust them. Unlimited should mean unlimited, not with so many conditions, sign up and you are under their control and IN CONTRACT , You have been warned !


The issue is there has to be terms and conditions.

There's always a downfall to offering unlimited services with mobile networks the limit was spectrum however it still is although mobile networks are starting to utilize spectrum more appropriately, which means they can offer services like Unlimited Data.

If you don't have terms and condition's they'll be that one person who is downloading games from steam, torrents and/or any other large downloads constantly 24/7 even leaving it to download whilst goes to work or school destroying the experience for everyone else.

It's the same with unlimited text messages you'll get companies using the unlimited texts in sim boxes to send massive bulk text messages etc.
About time EE did unlimited data will student discount work with this deal.
MissPig28/08/2019 18:03

About time EE did unlimited data will student discount work with this deal.


Nope, I tried using my unidays code and doesn’t work
Just for u @seaniboy now bt mobile need to do the same. Think the £39 per month with two swappables and 100gb giftabble allowance is very good actually. Esp compare with BT mobile and (for now) 4g EE is for most part the best ? (I know varies depending areas)

@woldranger I doubt this be better than your £10 unlimited data LOL
The cold never bothered him anyway
iceburnmarko28/08/2019 20:03

Just for u @seaniboy now bt mobile need to do the same. Think the £39 per …Just for u @seaniboy now bt mobile need to do the same. Think the £39 per month with two swappables and 100gb giftabble allowance is very good actually. Esp compare with BT mobile and (for now) 4g EE is for most part the best ? (I know varies depending areas)@woldranger I doubt this be better than your £10 unlimited data LOL


Shame about its 5G
seaniboy28/08/2019 20:22

Shame about its 5G



Waiting for o2 to launch the unlimited plan.
MissPig28/08/2019 20:28

Waiting for o2 to launch the unlimited plan.


I remember when they withdrew it, iPhones!

Thankfully they’ve caught up and know they are ISPs
toyota128/08/2019 18:22

Nope, I tried using my unidays code and doesn’t work


BlueLightCard codes don’t work either
seaniboy28/08/2019 20:38

I remember when they withdrew it, iPhones! Thankfully they’ve caught up a …I remember when they withdrew it, iPhones! Thankfully they’ve caught up and know they are ISPs


Really wonder what sky will do esp with piggybanks. Maybe do something like EE where 20-100gb can be put in bank each month or something ?
toyota128/08/2019 18:22

Nope, I tried using my unidays code and doesn’t work


I knew they would be crafty like that lol. Anyway, whatever people think, I believe they're in for a shock.... £34. They can jog on. Yes, 3 can be shocking, but for those in good signal areas its no brainer
I changed to unlimited data with 2 swappablea for £22 a month. Happy with that. I get loyalty discount.
I am wondering and I think like what Rai said, is reason why, but why is this deal getting a colder breeze than winter arctic storm. Cause where else can one get unlimited data on EE? And compare EE £39 to vodafone £36, they quite similar price point...
Chillbo28/08/2019 22:33

I changed to unlimited data with 2 swappablea for £22 a month. Happy with …I changed to unlimited data with 2 swappablea for £22 a month. Happy with that. I get loyalty discount.


What plan, discount and plan did you move too ?
Chillbo28/08/2019 22:33

I changed to unlimited data with 2 swappablea for £22 a month. Happy with …I changed to unlimited data with 2 swappablea for £22 a month. Happy with that. I get loyalty discount.


How long is loyalty discount remember when when our old orange aka later EE had that and when gave us business tablet they transfer the old personal tariff to new business. (Could only have one account.) Time to renew, zero loyalty hence how ended up with BT
MissPig28/08/2019 20:28

Waiting for o2 to launch the unlimited plan.


Telefonica must be raging right now, it’s cash cow has become a cash pow with a beating from the other three big bully boys

Hola unlimited
RaiKush28/08/2019 22:03

I knew they would be crafty like that lol. Anyway, whatever people think, …I knew they would be crafty like that lol. Anyway, whatever people think, I believe they're in for a shock.... £34. They can jog on. Yes, 3 can be shocking, but for those in good signal areas its no brainer


In fairness some people can’t get parent BT broadband let alone fibre so £34 4GEE Home is a winner where EE deliver signal and speed
seaniboy28/08/2019 22:41

In fairness some people can’t get parent BT broadband let alone fibre so £ …In fairness some people can’t get parent BT broadband let alone fibre so £34 4GEE Home is a winner where EE deliver signal and speed


Still think for mobile they're dear. Will see how it pans out. o2 are the last ones without unlimited
RaiKush28/08/2019 23:07

Still think for mobile they're dear. Will see how it pans out. o2 are the …Still think for mobile they're dear. Will see how it pans out. o2 are the last ones without unlimited


Not really, look at 50meg Fibre with no calls.

But this is savvy savers...

I do feel sorry for the BT pension pot hole
12 month SIM contract with three for unlimited everything and that includes 5G. Sorry OP.... but this deal is colder then my ex wife's heart on a winter's day in the arctic
This is not unlimited data, so do not fall for EE / BT lies. From their terms and conditions:

"We will consider usage above 1000GB/month to be commercial use and have the right to move you to a business plan"
Deal-boy-trotter29/08/2019 01:01

12 month SIM contract with three for unlimited everything and that …12 month SIM contract with three for unlimited everything and that includes 5G. Sorry OP.... but this deal is colder then my ex wife's heart on a winter's day in the arctic


Wrong way to vote it. Three is not EE and not everywhere got good speed if any on three good case is london. Now can say better value from Vodafone / three cause of x. But should not actually rate it cold , that's my view at least
johnny_storm29/08/2019 06:21

This is not unlimited data, so do not fall for EE / BT lies. From their …This is not unlimited data, so do not fall for EE / BT lies. From their terms and conditions:"We will consider usage above 1000GB/month to be commercial use and have the right to move you to a business plan"


Then three is not unlimited since they have same FUP as well of 1000GB (it does not have 12 device policy) and on business plan supposedly got unlimited as well. Problem going on business is it messes up your loyalty discount and cant take up say free bt sports for 6 months.

ispreview.co.uk/ind…tml

"The new plans aren’t only available to consumers and can also be taken by business users too. Business SIM-only plans are available from £27 +vat, with Smartphone plans ranging from £41 +vat."
iceburnmarko29/08/2019 06:54

Then three is not unlimited since they have same FUP as well of 1000GB (it …Then three is not unlimited since they have same FUP as well of 1000GB (it does not have 12 device policy) and on business plan supposedly got unlimited as well. Problem going on business is it messes up your loyalty discount and cant take up say free bt sports for 6 months.https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2019/08/ee-uk-launches-unlimited-4g-and-5g-mobile-data-plans.html"The new plans aren’t only available to consumers and can also be taken by business users too. Business SIM-only plans are available from £27 +vat, with Smartphone plans ranging from £41 +vat."



Three seem to think that even if you used the phone every minute of the day you couldn't go over 1000 Gb. Actually that is sort of true as their speeds for me are so slow.

I did a lot more than 1 Tb last month on Voda on their new unlimited.
Edited by: "johnny_storm" 29th Aug
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