Uswitch exclusive - Three Advanced Plan. 30GB data, All-You-Can-Eat minutes & texts. £17pm x 12 months = £204. Also possible uswitch/TCB £60 which would make it £12 = £144
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Uswitch exclusive - Three Advanced Plan. 30GB data, All-You-Can-Eat minutes & texts. £17pm x 12 months = £204. Also possible uswitch/TCB £60 which would make it £12 = £144

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Found 19th Dec 2017Edited by:"Anon32"
Three Advanced Plan.
30GB data.
All-You-Can-Eat minutes.
All-You-Can-Eat texts.

12 months contract length.

Includes:
30GB Personal Hotspot
Feel At Home Around the World
Go Binge

Feel At Home.
Our Advanced plans let you use Feel At Home Around the World in 71 destinations, at no extra cost. You can also use your phone as a Personal Hotspot, and call free from your mobile to Customer Services.

Personal Hotspot.With Personal Hotspot, you can use your phone’s data allowance to connect up your other devices. Pretty handy for when you’re nowhere near a Wi-Fi connection. On our Essential Plans, you can’t use your inclusive data allowance to create a personal hotspot.

Click through TCB it will say this:

for 30GB for £18 (was £20) 12 month SIM plan
All-you-can-eat Minutes & texts, Free streaming and roaming to 60 destinations.
£60.00Get Cashback

Leave the window open it will say £18

Then click through the uswitch link here uswitch.com/mob…A==

It will be the same deal but for £17

Then go back to your orginal deal and replace the 9 with an 8 on the url from the uswitch deal

store.three.co.uk/vie…=1669
store.three.co.uk/view/content/mbasket?ID=1668



It should then track at £60 making this deal effective cost £12 per month for 12 months. Obviously if cashback pays out! Still a good deal for £17 though
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This wont work
Cash back not guaranteed
Yep no cashback. ... guaranteed.!!
I just got 8GB 12 months sim only for 10 pound all you can eat mins and texts.

i have had the 30gb previously and only used a max of 6gb when not using WiFi so for me I wanted a cheaper sim happy with 8GB that’s plenty for me

30gb is for those that don’t have any WiFi at home
moneychop37 m ago

This wont work


And did you try it?
teerex3 m ago

Cash back not guaranteed


Hence why the title says the old price and poss tcb. However you still have to say what the effective cost is with cashback as well as without and at the end of the deal i put cashback not guaranteed.
I'm confused. On the tcb website three has a 90 something percentage cashback payment rate.
Three isn't exactly a good network either,I've just switched from EE to three, as I was getting a better deal, I've got terrible signal all the time and my internet is so slow. Honestly cheapest isn't always best. I' looking into going back to EE as I've never had a issue with them.
I was stood in the kitchen with my mum and we both had signal, I tried to ring her 9 times and couldn't get through, I've told three and they are advising it is something Do with my phone, but that' not true because I've only just had this phone and my mum has only just had her phone too.
Oh well.
Stephyb973 m ago

Three isn't exactly a good network either,I've just switched from EE to …Three isn't exactly a good network either,I've just switched from EE to three, as I was getting a better deal, I've got terrible signal all the time and my internet is so slow. Honestly cheapest isn't always best. I' looking into going back to EE as I've never had a issue with them. I was stood in the kitchen with my mum and we both had signal, I tried to ring her 9 times and couldn't get through, I've told three and they are advising it is something Do with my phone, but that' not true because I've only just had this phone and my mum has only just had her phone too. Oh well.


Try the three in touch app
Stephyb974 m ago

Three isn't exactly a good network either,I've just switched from EE to …Three isn't exactly a good network either,I've just switched from EE to three, as I was getting a better deal, I've got terrible signal all the time and my internet is so slow. Honestly cheapest isn't always best. I' looking into going back to EE as I've never had a issue with them. I was stood in the kitchen with my mum and we both had signal, I tried to ring her 9 times and couldn't get through, I've told three and they are advising it is something Do with my phone, but that' not true because I've only just had this phone and my mum has only just had her phone too. Oh well.


Wifi calling if you have a 3g phone. Yes all networks are diff. However sometimes it is the phone that is the problem my father in law never had three signal. But in an ipad it was 4 bars out of five. Phone perhaps
Anon323 m ago

Wifi calling if you have a 3g phone. Yes all networks are diff. However …Wifi calling if you have a 3g phone. Yes all networks are diff. However sometimes it is the phone that is the problem my father in law never had three signal. But in an ipad it was 4 bars out of five. Phone perhaps


I wasn't WIFI calling I was calling normally
HassanTarafdar6 m ago

Try the three in touch app


I'e tried the app and I've spoke to them on the phone. I have been though all the trouble shooting with them, they'e sent me a new SIM card, I've been into my local phone repair shop service centre or my phone,nothing still the same terrible signal
JLH8619th Dec 2017

I just got 8GB 12 months sim only for 10 pound all you can eat mins and …I just got 8GB 12 months sim only for 10 pound all you can eat mins and texts.


Where did you get this offer from?
Just a word of warning 3 never pays cashback

But if your not already with them the wuntu offers are great
Edited by: "nahidabdullah" 19th Dec 2017
Black Friday deal, 100GB.. unlimited calls and text £18 a month (existing customers) might come back for a new year deal.
I changed from plusnet for a better deal on three. Lasted a week before I phoned up and cancelled based on 14day return for distant seller regs.

The signal on three is rubbish based on my experience. I travel all over London (zone 1-5) and the signal was patchy and Internet slow unless you had perfect 4g signal.

Those who say they get good signal on three must live right under a mast and never move.

I would advise anyone thinking of moving to three, or any network, to buy a paygo sim and check the coverage (the coverage maps are wrong and frequently said I should get full indoor signal when I didn’t). It will save you a lot of hassle.

wifi calling is nice on three but I feel slightly ripped off to be calling over WiFi when I’m paying for cell service.
Bully34 m ago

Black Friday deal, 100GB.. unlimited calls and text £18 a month (existing …Black Friday deal, 100GB.. unlimited calls and text £18 a month (existing customers) might come back for a new year deal.


Seriously! I'm currently on these, ayce data, 200 minutes, unlimited texts. Out of contract so need to phone and haggle hopefully. Paying £23 so need to reduce it. I'm fine with the package, just want a lower price. When I originally got it I got 6 months half price and £60 quidco.

In regards to the network I find it acceptable in areas around Manchester, not perfect but good value for money.

The advise to use a PAYG sim card to check signal is good advice for any network though.
flatpro6 h, 30 m ago

I changed from plusnet for a better deal on three. Lasted a week before I …I changed from plusnet for a better deal on three. Lasted a week before I phoned up and cancelled based on 14day return for distant seller regs. The signal on three is rubbish based on my experience. I travel all over London (zone 1-5) and the signal was patchy and Internet slow unless you had perfect 4g signal. Those who say they get good signal on three must live right under a mast and never move. I would advise anyone thinking of moving to three, or any network, to buy a paygo sim and check the coverage (the coverage maps are wrong and frequently said I should get full indoor signal when I didn’t). It will save you a lot of hassle.wifi calling is nice on three but I feel slightly ripped off to be calling over WiFi when I’m paying for cell service.


If your phone is capable of using their 4G voice network then this helps coverage considerably.
But obviously worth checking (especially using a MVNO) like Plusnet as it doesn't yet have access EE's 4G voice network,
stec778 h, 50 m ago

Seriously! I'm currently on these, ayce data, 200 minutes, unlimited …Seriously! I'm currently on these, ayce data, 200 minutes, unlimited texts. Out of contract so need to phone and haggle hopefully. Paying £23 so need to reduce it. I'm fine with the package, just want a lower price. When I originally got it I got 6 months half price and £60 quidco.In regards to the network I find it acceptable in areas around Manchester, not perfect but good value for money.The advise to use a PAYG sim card to check signal is good advice for any network though.


Got offered that for £13 in Oct. (Advanced plan, 1 month), but needed more mins not data - now pay £10 advance 1 month ayce mins 4gb data
flatpro19th Dec

I changed from plusnet for a better deal on three. Lasted a week before I …I changed from plusnet for a better deal on three. Lasted a week before I phoned up and cancelled based on 14day return for distant seller regs. The signal on three is rubbish based on my experience. I travel all over London (zone 1-5) and the signal was patchy and Internet slow unless you had perfect 4g signal. Those who say they get good signal on three must live right under a mast and never move. I would advise anyone thinking of moving to three, or any network, to buy a paygo sim and check the coverage (the coverage maps are wrong and frequently said I should get full indoor signal when I didn’t). It will save you a lot of hassle.wifi calling is nice on three but I feel slightly ripped off to be calling over WiFi when I’m paying for cell service.


EE has the speeds for London even if I could not even get 2G I’m Hyde Park ?
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