Superdrug Mobile - £10/5GB, £15/15GB, £18/20GB, £20/Unlimited

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Posted 11th Nov
So Superdrug have their own mobile network that runs off the Three signal (superdrug is actually owned by 3)

There offers have been improved recently and they are all no contact, no credit check 30 day rolling sim cards.

Great for younger ones or if you are after a good deal!

£10 for 5GB
£15 for 15GB
£18 for 20GB
£20 for Unlimited Data

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Superdrug & 3 are owned by the same company, 3 does not own superdrug.
fearona11/11/2019 13:32

Superdrug & 3 are owned by the same company, 3 does not own superdrug.


This is what I meant
Bloody hell !!!!
That’s a new one
Wonder if boots have there own network aswll
The £20 unlimited is probably best, but still beaten quite often by Smarty.
This should really be a deal, not a discussion, as it's a corker in the current market!
Edited by: "Tjl694" 12th Nov
Tjl69412/11/2019 09:44

This should really be a deal, not a discussion, as it's a corker in the …This should really be a deal, not a discussion, as it's a corker in the current market!

Because its a permanent offer, its not allowed apparently
Voxi far better offers tbh.

Currently 8GB = £10

20GB = £15

45GB = £20


They have much better and in general faster coverage than Three ( Vodafone ).

Also endless data on social media apps etc..

I doubt anyone would use more than 45GB a month
jnm2112/11/2019 00:31

The £20 unlimited is probably best, but still beaten quite often by Smarty.


Currently Smarty is £22
.MUFC.12/11/2019 12:02

Voxi far better offers tbh. Currently 8GB = £1020GB = £1545GB = £20They ha …Voxi far better offers tbh. Currently 8GB = £1020GB = £1545GB = £20They have much better and in general faster coverage than Three ( Vodafone ). Also endless data on social media apps etc.. I doubt anyone would use more than 45GB a month


how is £20 for 40GB better than £20 for unlimited data. You said tbh yes?

Your 'doubts' about someone not being able to use 45GB on a mobile plan irrelevant to the discussion.

The fact you think their network is faster doesnt change the fact that they cost more and therefore every one else has crap deals.
andyroochoo03/12/2019 20:22

how is £20 for 40GB better than £20 for unlimited data. You said tbh y …how is £20 for 40GB better than £20 for unlimited data. You said tbh yes?Your 'doubts' about someone not being able to use 45GB on a mobile plan irrelevant to the discussion.The fact you think their network is faster doesnt change the fact that they cost more and therefore every one else has crap deals.


OK on that £20 tariff yes maybe. However I don't think Voxi (Vodafone) are faster, I know they're faster. That's not just my own experience. Example.
no ones talking about network performance, people are interested in price.

ps i didnt check out your link labelled example.
.MUFC.03/12/2019 20:58

OK on that £20 tariff yes maybe. However I don't think Voxi (Vodafone) are …OK on that £20 tariff yes maybe. However I don't think Voxi (Vodafone) are faster, I know they're faster. That's not just my own experience. Example.


Some areas three is faster than Vodafone - hence why I posted this deal cause this is the case for me
Twixellzz03/12/2019 21:07

Some areas three is faster than Vodafone - hence why I posted this deal …Some areas three is faster than Vodafone - hence why I posted this deal cause this is the case for me


Fair enough, Best check home and work coverage and pick whichever offers the best service. The unlimited option is a good deal. The others a good alternative.
andyroochoo03/12/2019 21:04

no ones talking about network performance, people are interested in …no ones talking about network performance, people are interested in price.ps i didnt check out your link labelled example.


This is in "discussions“ merely offering opinions, clearly something has triggered you.

The first two tariffs I suggested are either cheaper or offer more data for the same price.
.MUFC.03/12/2019 21:38

This is in "discussions“ merely offering opinions, clearly something has t …This is in "discussions“ merely offering opinions, clearly something has triggered you.The first two tariffs I suggested are either cheaper or offer more data for the same price.


Think it got a little heated for no reason tbf
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