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Three SIM Only plan 8GB data Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts 12 month advanced plan £10 per month  via Uswitch
Found 7 h, 28 m agoFound 7 h, 28 m ago
With 71 destination feel at home roaming. I know it may not be for everyone as some people would always say having a bad experience but that can be said just as much for any other… Read more
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Do you have a link to the smarty deal please? I checked there website and it's more expensive than this deal?


This is a deal already posted


Good deal if you 8GB does, £45 cashback would be great, heat, wouldn’t last me a day though lol


Great as long as you don’t need VoLTE or Wi-fi Calling


Came here to say smarty use the 3 network, and offer this same deal except any unused data is refunded to you £1.25 per 1GB and its 30 days not 12 months on the contract.


Not a clue tbh. I was tempted myself but i think I'm going to wait for the s10 plus to drop a little more.


I was thinking about getting this deal. Why so cold?


I think people are just seeing the total cost, and aren't taking the airtime into consideration when assessing the amount they're paying for the handset.


Realised that the original link to this deal wasn't working. This has now been rectified. Originally people were being taken to a generic s9 plus page which didn't include this deal.


Maybe people dont like Vodafone?

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 128gb with 15gb data for £30/month with £125 upfront on Vodafone @ uSwitch
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
This seems to be a decent deal for pretty great phone.

Yeah was looking at that but I think it's gone now, will keep a lookout


Recently got Note 9, no upfront cost, 30GB for 33pm. I'm not sure if it's still avail, was from here.


Thanks for your view, quite helpful as I did not know about the features mentioned. The push towards the Note 9 for me would probably be the improved battery and the addition of stereo speakers.


Having owned the Note 8 and now the Note 9 the main noticeable differences are as follows: Fingerprint sensor in a much better position. More internal storage. Upgraded S-Pen Stereo speakers (massive improvement) Better battery life Upgraded camera You've also got upgraded cpu/gpu but tbh unless you're into mobile gaming you won't notice a difference. Overall I'd certainly recommend the Note 9 over the Note 8. I only upgraded as the trade in offer at launch meant it only cost me £230 odd otherwise I'd not have bothered. It's not an incredible upgrade but certainly noticeable nonetheless.


Is there much improvement on this compared to the Note 8? I believe theres a deal for the Note 8 with 9GB Data and no upfront cost for £28pm. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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128GB Samsung S10+ on Three 12GB data, 24 months £35/month plus £40.99 upfront at uswitch /
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Seems a decent deal but only seems to work via uswitch.
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Is the phone not dual sim, so you can use both at the same time? Then once number transferred, just remove the o2 sim.


Mine arrived Saturday. Happy so far, but I'm using my O2 sim at the moment as my old contract ends in 2 weeks. Then to get my PAC as the Three number they've given to me is rubbish and I'll never remember it...


As promised am proving an update got mine now delivered finally 11 days after the order!! They ran out of stock of prism black, they had a couple prism white that ran out too after I was offered those. They had loads of prism green which they wanted people to get. I stuck to Prism Black and then they said ok we will send one out as apparently I was adamant suddenly a delivery came in. Any one else waiting? Ok the reason to post was to confirm that the phone is dual sim and unlocked. The phone was supplied by Data Select who are mobilephonesdirect's supplier. I understand now that all S10+ are hybrid dual sim. Now I need to replace the Apple watch!


I own S10+ bought from uk Tried 2 different sims same time and my both networks were active


The things we ask of the manufacturers ey! I was toying with the idea of the Honor view but anything with lack if wireless charging just puts me right off considering how easy and cheap it is to actually do.

iD Mobile SIM deal via uswitch £8 for 4.5gb data and 500mins
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Monthly roll over, so you are tie to, also great deal for temporary use until you find something perm. iD Pay Monthly SIM 1 month contract (4G) £8.00 … Read more

Threes data speeds normally ain't all that great anyway in most places and my sister who is on ID gets the same speeds so don't think there is any network priorities with Three and ID


Im not an expert but I'm not convinced this is entirely true. I'm with id and I have perfect 4g speeds. My partner is with 3 and her speeds are not any faster. If it is then it isn't noticeable. No problems with id.


I pay £8 for 12GB with ID - worth picking up a deal like this to access better offer in the future


Please, that’s defamation, having been a customer of both I can assure you that even the CEO office team were Britosh based con artists at TittleTattle...highest level were unwilling to correct their over billing and said I misunderstood what was being offered (a free faster Fibre upgrade) and the extra charges stood. Of course they had no call recording but wanted me to pay, so much for a first 30 day guarantee that gave me a free upgrade to fibre... TT tried to financially rape me, the credit companies took all the account info off my credit files when I showed them the TT emails when they refused to respond to Equifax & Experian enquires about incorrect data. TT never got a penny out me, NEVER would I advise anyone I know to use them until they get taken over. Now bear in mind the upgrade was given when I went to cancel as their entry broadband was so slow 4-5 meg on a 24 meg capable line that no other provider has issues with... con artists. I had one complaint with ID ain’t moving me over to a newer plan as it was “existing customers only”, raised a PAC request and they apologised that was incorrect and moved 2 sims to new plan no problem. I left anyway as well better deals appeared elsewhere, that’s the benefit of ‘parking’ on ID/30 day sims :) Day and night.


I found no difference between Three and ID in speeds. Even using ID/ & 3internet APNbetween the sims.

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OnePlus 6t on EE for £31/m 20gb plus £42 cash back - Affordable Mobiles via uSwitch
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
24m contract on EE for unlimited mins and texts and 20gb net. Plus £42 cash back with effectively making it £29.25/m
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Why is this so cold? The handset normally costs £499, and 20GB/month usually costs ~£20/month. This means that you're saving >£200...


Why? Surely it won't have SD card slot for your collections.


Me too but thought that was a cool deal nonetheless


I am waiting for Oneplus 7 launch soon

500MB Data - 500 Minutes - Unlimited Texts - 12 Months Sim - £6 Monthly (£72 for 1 Year) @ O2 Mobile (uSwitch Exlusive)
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
This deal for those people who are addicted to O2 and don't require many minutes and data I'M NOT BOTHERED ABOUT VOTING SO PLEASE REFRAIN FROM VOTING :)
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I'm talking customer service which became that bad that I had to record them every time I called; poor uncompetitive pricing, overated network coverage and laughably overpriced upgrade offers for existing customers. I left them and managed to take six others from work with me, they all got cashback, all got unlimited everything, all extremely happy now with three.


Not sure if you are talking about network coverage. Bare in mind network coverage depends on where you live and travel. I would say to people before jumping onto a deal make sure you have network coverage in your area for the network you are thinking of moving to


Good on you, I moved from O2 after similar length of time and managed to get unlimited everything for £14.60 a month with three..O2 are were horrible.


I’ve recently moved to ID after 12+ years with o2. 4.5gb data unlimited texts and 500 mins. Monthly contract £8. Staff on chat very helpful.


I hope O2 go bust so all there customer services can't pay their bills and end up homeless. (y)

Exclusive o2 Sim only deal via USwitch 50gb data, unlimited minutes and texts - £20
Refreshed 28th MarRefreshed 28th Mar
I've been with o2 since the first iPhone came out. My personal experience has been good. I've made use of Priority moments regularly as well as used my plan abroad (USA) O2 had o… Read more
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Live chat with O2 offered a 3 month discount over 18 months which gave £23.33 per month for 50gb and UL text/calls. Continuing at £28.99 pm thereafter. I declined


Expired 😬


I am on same deals but got it out when double data offer was on data so I am getting 100gb at the moment instead of 50gb


They offer great customer service and always matched better deals in between contracts


I only ordered my 25gb sim 3 weeks ago to solve signal issues at home. So a week past my 14 days return window. Upgraded to this no probs via link.

From £10 - VOXI no contract 30 day rolling plans come with a £20 gift card (choice of four retailers) @ uSwitch
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
VOXI deals come with a £20 gift card from a choice of four retailers when you buy via uSwitch (see screenshot above) Whether you're a small, medium or a large data user, VOXI has … Read more
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If you mean a version that isn't the official Twitter or Facebook app/website, that the social media company didn't make, I have no idea sorry. You can use the unlimited data on the website and app versions of the social media services if that's what you are asking.


Does it require you to use the standard apps to not count the social media data? Like, can I use another twitter or Facebook client (etc) & the he data still doesn't count?


I don't YouTube or game, but I use Spotify often and quite a bit of Instagram, web browsing etc. I average around 8gb and I used to run out of data, and had to top up on all my previous 8GB plans but i've not had to worry at all since being with voxi. It's worth noting that there is a streaming pass you can add (for a few £s) that gives you unlimited streaming, so with unlmited social media & streaming you would be okay with a cheaper smaller data allowance (y)


Ageist, and expensive.


Just out of interest, do you use other apps a lot like YouTube, music, games etc? If you do, or compared to other apps you use, how much data do you end up using on average each month? I'm most likely joining VOXI in June and will probably just go for 15GB for £15 if it's still the same price then. :-)

Samsung Galaxy S10+ - 24 month contract, £175.00 up front, £38.00 per month - 30GB data, unlimited calls and texts on O2 @ USwitch
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Best deal I have seen so far for the Samsung S10+ (128GB Prism Black) through Uswitch and then via Network Provider: O2 Data: 30GB Minutes: Unlimited Texts: Unlimit… Read more

Possible £30 Quidco cashback on new contracts too I think. I might go for this offer. So far it’s the best one when comparing total cost over 2 years. Of course if you buy from other companies you can get for a couple hundred £ cheaper. I agree but most people would not buy from there. It’s a £900 phone right now RRP. Prices go down but right now this is the best contract out there.


This is still working. It's a good deal, but I think we can do better, so have not ordered on this one.


I have no idea why this is cold. :(


Completely agree, do not understand how this has been voted cold when it is the best deal available!


Heat added, this is literally the best price for this phone if you can’t afford to pay for the phone up front... been looking at this one

Samsung S10 & 15GB Unltd Mins+Txts + Free Samsung EarBuds for £42pcm effective - £1036 total @ O2 via uSwitch
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
This is the best deal I have found yet.…n=1 Pay upfront £220. Pay £34 pcm for 24 months. That totals to £1036 for the whole 24 months. Minus £30 Quidco cashback,… Read more

they only get excited about £200 Xiaomi bargain phones.


In your opinion...


It's not just cold but very cold. The reason is simple overly priced.


Don't be discouraged, I have no experience in contracts but as someone said in the comments they seem to go cold all the time. Nothing you've done


This was my first deal and everyone just voted COLD on it. I'm done with posting deals on HUKD. I thought people come here to save money, and when I post a money saving deal, it gets voted down. WTH

500MB, 500mins and Ultd Texts @ iD Mobile - 1 month contract - £3
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
CHEAPEST SIM ONLY DEAL £3/Month, 1 Month contract - 500MB - 500Mins - Unlimited Texts - 1 Month Contract - WiFi Calling - Data Rollover (1 Month Max) - 4G Calling - Tethering not… Read more
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Even at £3.99 it's still the only tariff I can find under £5/mth without going to PAYG. Your suggestion of going via USwitch gives 500 min/mth instead of only 150 mins going direct.


My bad, switch shows it as £3, but iD shows £4. I’m deleting the post


Yup £3.99.......


Shows as £3.99 when you click through to ID basket for me, anyone else?

Huawei Mate 20 Pro - £33/month (EE Essential Plan, £165 upfront, 30GB, Unlim. Texts/Calls, £957 total) @ uswitch/affordablemobiles
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Seems a little better than the £38/month with an extra 10GB data. Total is £957 so a £208 difference or so buying SIM Free on the current Argos deal. I'm not expecting this deal t… Read more

Ended up going with the £38/month deal on here. 20GB on the EE Max plan :)


Essentials is actually what BT were on before they bought EE.


Our works phones are on EE, I have never known so many dropped calls from one network than this, really can't rate them highly.


I'm not familiar with EE after leaving them before BT bought them out. I went with the S8 deal when it first came out on o2. It's not a deal I went for considering I need to pay off my contract. O2 are currently offering to pay upgrade fees until March 12th. I'm considering to go for the Honor View 20 (£100 upfront, 15GB Data, £29.30/month).


Hot for Mate 20 Pro, Cold for EE Essentials. Fake 4G network created by BT after it bought EE. Very low priority on EE network so data stops working in crowded places and smartphone becomes 2G phone. Would have voted hot for EE Max.

[Retentions] Talk Talk broadband £19.95/month for 18 months (£359.10 total) for up to 36mb via uSwitch
Found 10th FebFound 10th Feb
I'm with Talk Talk on £25 per month Just phoned them and got a reduction to £19:95 a month for a new 18 month contract (up to 36 mb) which is fine for me as I only get 29 mb anywa… Read more
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Hopefully my input has helped, it seems like when they know you're serious about leaving instead of just trying it on etc then they're authorized to give you a better deal. It's unfair that I get a deal that you can't get, point that out. If it doesn't work out then don't stay with a company that doesn't value your custom enough to reward your loyalty with a good deal. I was gonna switch to Virgin and take their 100mb or even faster deals before the retention team swayed me, so they're worth considering. Good luck!


Challenge accepted (though it may give me a few more grey hairs :p ). Appreciate you replying, Aaargh.


I cancelled with them and then a few days later the retention team called me up, I told her what I wanted from a deal, said the speed wasn't fast enough etc and then she offered me that. If I were you I would ring up and cancel this deal (I think you can cancel within 2 or 3 days) and make them come to you.


Well, that was painful. I aimed high and tried to get the deal Aaargh highlighted above (80mb, all day UK calls, 1st month free, next 3 months £20, then £25 a month). I currently get "faster broadband" 36mb, all day UK calls = £22.50. Two phone calls and two Live Chat conversations (one of each a day, as that was all I could stand). The Live Chat rep yesterday was borderline sniffy with me and said, "my manager will only offer what I've told you already". Went back and forth on the retentions phone number call and gave up in the end. Was on Live Chat again today and they seemed reluctant to even repeat the £22.50 deal I was on! On the retentions 0800 number I was on for an HOUR and even speaking to the manager (who seemed clueless about the uswitch £19.95 offer) was like pulling teeth. Eventually we agreed to the (uswitch) £19.95 a month/36mb broadband/unlimited UK calls offer, but it took a lot of waiting on hold and "negotiations with colleagues". The retentions lady seemed quite p'ed off with me by the end of the very long call. I'd love to know how you managed your great Deal, Aaargh, as that's a good 90 minutes I've waited around today.


What Deals are people getting? Tried again today but TalkTalk won't budge.

iD mobile 1m SIM - £10 - 300mins / unlimited texts / 9gb data via uSwitch
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Uswitch exclusive deal. 300mins, unlimited texts and 9GB of 4g data for £10 per month. 1month contract with data rollover and EU roaming.
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ID = Criminals don't go there


You can set a cap limit to prevent this.


And in both cases it would be user error (y) or more accurately user stupidity, the posters comments can be viewed both ways to mean the same thing. I took the view it could be either ;) same answer applies :)


I think you’re confused. He wasn’t asking how to prevent it, he was asking how it would ever be possible. My answer was correct and you are arguing a different point. If if he’d said “How can you prevent going over the 9gb?” then your answer would be correct.


You’d think Ofcom would have adverts as it makes changes and consumers know little, it’s not like fines against Voda and Three last year couldn’t have paid for it rather than a warning on the naughty step

Google Pixel 3 64GB Total cost £529.75 IDmobile £49.99 upfront £19.99pm 24 months@ ID Mobile via uswitch
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Been looking for a cheap way to get a Google 3 and have just seen this deal witch does not look to bad. Google Pixel 3 64GB ID Mobile 1GB data Minutes 500 Texts Unlimited £49.99… Read more
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great phone - only issue i can find is the battery isn't the best, but I read it will improve with time as the phone uses techniology to learn your habits etc.


Hope you got one in time.Yeah price has gone up now.


24.99 now


Apparently you need to send a text or make a call on the new SIM to register it/activate the warranty. Then you can put your existing SIM in.


blimey - great deal. OI need a cheap sim for my youngest so this is an ideal way for me to grab a pixel 3! Are the gestures that bad?

Iphone x 64 gb with 30gb on ee  £33.00 p/m @ affordable mobiles £1060 (£268 upfront)
Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
Cheapest price for this phone new ive seen is £799 This deal works out at £1060.00 minus the phone price £799 = £261 ..... now that over 2 years = £10.87 per month for 30gb on … Read more
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After doing the sums I decided to stick to my EE £8.99 sim and purchased another phone refurbished from Argos, an iPhone X 64GB for £589.99 :p Here is hoping its as good as the one I got for my wife. If not Argos seem to be very good with returns. To me buying via a contract seems to be way more expensive and you have to commit for up to 24/36 months. This way I am on a monthly renewable contract of £8.99. I appreciate you do need up front money.


Good points Steve though having done 40 years public service (started at 16) my pension should get me by fine and we own our own home. I tried a mini iPad but found unless I had a bag with me it remained unused. I can just about make out stuff on my iPhone SE but much better with reading glases asI am mostly short sighted. We spent years holding back financially with children and mortgages to fund, so now spoil ourselfs a bit more. As a type 1 diabetic since an early age, I have always had excellent NHS care and given my condition who knows what the future holds. With two new young grandchildren we also get to spoil them as well :)


I currently work in IT and have done for 20 years, although I am away off retirement at the moment. My eyesight is not as great as it used today and I also find this mobile phone is a bit of a pain to use as a result. Even the bigger ones won’t make a great deal of difference. Will an iPad not be better suited for your purpose? As regards interest on your money, that is no excuse to spend it Sir!! We may have to cancel your HUKD subscription with talk like that. ;-) What if your health takes a turn for the worse and you need to pay for a private operation, or, God forbid, you need to pay for carers!? You could alternatively look at low risk investments to hopefully improve things somewhat.


Thanks for your reply. Yes I am recently retired and probably spend too much time on here looking for bargains. My wife and I have £8.99 EE sims with 4GB/unlimited minutes and texts. I recently picked up a refurb iPhone 7 from argos with 128GB for my wife and have taken her SE. Costs £318 and its like new with 100% good battery (according to the apple test). We have always purchase a few models back and I take her old phone, as it's much better value Like you I wonder what ugrading would give me. I use it a bit for whatsapp, take pics of my new grandchildren mostly. I am finding the smaller screen a pain though I guess even with a larger screen I would still need to use glasses. Leaving my savings in an account don't earn that much interest and you can't take it with you. If I need to type a lot I get on my iMac, like now. Apple is expensive but I like the environment and that is from someone who spent 30 years + in IT!


The problem with the refurbs is that they don’t come with many of the accessories and so will be worth less when you come to sell it and you may also need to purchase those accessories. There is also the issue of battery life, as you don’t want to be paying for a new battery a few years down the line. I used to always buy phones upfront as I don’t like being locked into contracts either, but to be honest, it is now the cheapest way to buy an iPhone by quite some margin. As long as you select a carrier that will unlock the phone for free, which is most of them, then you won’t have to worry at the end of your contract about paying to have it unlocked. I was on the verge of buying an iPhone 8 as I could get a 30% discount on the contract, but it was still nearly £600. On reflection, I decided that I didn’t need it as I don’t even use the phone that much so even though it was as cheap as you could get one of these phones on contract, it was still unnecessary spend. The iPhone 6 I currently have, had a new battery fitted just before Christmas at the discounted rate and so it should be good for another couple of years. It will go out of support at some point, but it will still work for what I need and so the £600 will sit very nicely in my account earning interest. I remember the days when you didn’t have to spend £1000 to change your phone. Seems such a long time ago!

ID mobile, 9GB, 300mins, ultd txts, 1 month £10 per month - via uSwitch
Found 30th Dec 2018Found 30th Dec 2018
ID mobile, 9GB, 300mins, ultd txts, 1 month £10 per month - via uSwitch
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You presume correctly.


I presume that's not £3.15 pm?


Forgot to add, Topcashback offering £3.15 on all 1 month sims.


I'm on complaints....includes rollover on data


Heat given, it was £9 last week though.

Plusnet Sim only deal. 4Gb data & unlimited calls £10pm   . £50 MasterCard reward brings effective cost to £5.83 a month.
Found 26th Dec 2018Found 26th Dec 2018
Plusnet Sim only deal. 4Gb data & unlimited calls £10pm . £50 MasterCard reward brings effective cost to £5.83 a month.
Great SIM deal. Plusnet 4GB data, unlimited calls & texts. You pay £10 a month but you receive a £50 MasterCard reward It's a 12 month contract, so you pay £120 over the… Read more
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Has anyone received their £50 reward card yet, not yet got mine. ** I've just contacted them apparantley I'll receive an email 5 weeks after placing the order to redeem my card**


Hmm. Indeed you and soul.


It was confirmed that the £50 card will be send automatically which I doubt since the operator was new starter and a bit unsure. Anyway had a phone call today from the same CS representative advising that having a problem finalising the upgrade and escalating it to her manager. In the mean time was offered upgrade to £9 4GB 30 day plan with £5 credit until get it sorted.


Ho did you change your plan to this deal? it involves £50 card...are they sending you the card?


Get your (crystal) balls out!

Onestream Fibre Broadband 38mbps - £19.95/month + £9.95 setup fee 12 Month  £249.39 @ Uswitch
Found 22nd Dec 2018Found 22nd Dec 2018
Onestream Fibre Broadband 38mbps - £19.95/month + £9.95 setup fee 12 Month £249.39 @ Uswitch
Jetstream Fibre Unlimited Broadband Including Line Rental 38 Mbps Top Download Speed: 38 Mbps Average Download Speed: 35 Mbps Top Upload Speed: 10 Mbps Average Upload Speed: 9 Mbps… Read more
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Cold - Read reviews and decided against img ahead these guys. Went for nowtv deal with cashback which worked @16 p/m. Without cashback is around £20ish as well


Tbh I’ve used vectone and I didn’t get any major problems. Although it was the £1 sim plan. (Not saying u should choose vectone)


They sound like the Vectone mobile of the broadband"Super Dooper" router lolThis is one of the better reviews btw

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