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4GEE WiFi Mobile Broadband - 30GB for £20PM / 50GB for £30 (Includes device - 24 month contract ) using code @ EE
10/10/2018Expires on 10/10/2018Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
EEs new mobile broadband offers have gone live today, offering 30GB of 4G mobile data via WiFi for £20 on a 24 month contract, and 50GB for £30. For anyone travelling, this seems l… Read more

EE do 30GB for £15 per month on a 30 day rolling contract, so this deal means you are paying £120 for the dongle thingie, which seems steep. And a two year contract is not cool.


Good spot thanks. 50GB EE for £26 is decent.


Got to say I used My first months mobile data at the caravan and burned through 60gb in ten days watching netflix and prime with a bit of other streaming thrown in. Luckily I'd signed up for a 30 day contract and free mifi. Unless you are a virgin media customer I'd wait (They currently do unlimited calls/text/data for £25) Other providers often pop up with discounted deals similar. You can get a sim only data plan for 50GB for £26.25 from here


I can't see why anyone would go for a data sim deal like this when you could get a sim only deal with tons of inclusive minutes , text and more data for less money. Plus mifi's are a pain in the ar*e when you could just simply turn your phone into a mobile hotspot and tether numerous devices. My Xiaomi Redmi note 4 will run a portable hotspot for a lot longer time than a mifi does plus I only need to carry one device.


It's about the same price as a SIM only tariff (for a phone) with that amount of data so unless you use a lot of mobile data across multiple devices regularly why would you go for this?

Netgear Aircard 785S Mobile Broadband Hotspot with Super Fast 4G LTE £87 telephonesonline
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
I use one of these for work and love it, good bit of kit with visual alerts etc. Get anytime, anywhere access to fast 4G LTE speeds. With up to 10 hours of battery life and the ab… Read more
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Can anyone help with my query? I really appreciate any help. Thanks!!


Most rural areas are cat 4 LTE which gets you 30mbps in practice. The posh areas selected by EE in cities get cat 6 which is 2 channel authentication and your device needs 2 radios to make use of it to get the 60mbps this is not 5g ?!? Nowhere in the country does 5g..... Yet


So can someone clarify the following (country of use will be the USA): 1. Using a 3 SIM with preloaded data, an Android phone that enables WiFi hotspot to allow other devices to connect will not work as 3 blocks tethering. True or False? 2. Using the same 3 SIM with preloaded data in a MiFi device will allow multiple devices to connect and use the data. True or false? Having experienced scenario one last year and being told via this thread that scenario 2 works.... I'm a little confused as to what the difference is. Both personal hotspot and MiFi are the same thing in essence. Why would scenario 1 not work but scenario 2 does? Any clarification/help is much appreciated guys. Thanks.


got my 790s around 2 years ago... they are prefect ! cost 180 at that time, but well worth of money


Atleast you picked up on.

Three "Internet with legs" mobile broadband data sim card - FREE 200 mb per month
Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
This is practically the same as Three PAYG except you can't use Three InTouch as it is a "broadband" sim. However, you can top it up (starting from £2) and make calls from it. Bu… Read more

Maybe try at a later date or contact three


I'd been having the same issue at the final stage of registration for well over a week ("Sorry, we had a problem") - on two different phones, different browsers etc. I'd more or less given up but tried once more again today - doing nothing differently at all - and the registration completed (i.e. I got to the email with a link to confirm registration). Edit - just tried in with the second sim card I ordered and it also works fine now. So it might be worth a try again today for those of you who (like me) have been getting the "please try again later" message...


Thanks guys.i did contact chat they sorted it out


Hmm registration seem to be different than the You register for the number at And that has a problem registering email addresses, last I check


Tried live chat but got nowhere even after being transferred to Customer Relations who even logged my concerns as a "Complaint", managed to get 1GB added to the sim but still couldn't get the card registered for the free 200mb a month. Perhaps over the course of a month 3 will either rectify the problem with the link or just confirm the offer's now been withdrawn.

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3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack with 12GB Data £24.99 mymemory
Found 2nd JulFound 2nd Jul
Just got this deal in my inbox from MyMemory and it seems it is quite a good deal for low usage option. Checked it on Three and same deal costs £40

You can use all 12Gb in one splurge say on US, Aus or EU holiday and allows tethering. You can also use it off and on over full year. Ideal for mifi or occasional use out of the house tablet. The 24 Gb one lasts 2 years from first use.


I pay £10 for 100gb data, unlimited calls and texts with feel at home.


Someone bought the knowhow sims for years later and they lost the sims.


Where possible ofcourse, you should do what I do ... Bought 2 4TB Portable Hard Drives in a recent eBay 10% off HUKD Deal that was on here just over 1 Week ago (neither of which I immediately need, as I have more than 3-quarters of an existing 4TB Portable Hard Drive left from 1 bought last Year from Maplins) + a few Day's back bought 4 32GB MicroSD Card's from a recent HUKD on here too (none of which I needed either, having already bought a load of 64GB MicroSD Card's around the Easter Holidays time, from a HUKD that was Posted on here too). Neither of the recent pre-existing, or past HUKD purchases were actually needed, as I still have 1TB, and 2TB Portable Hard Drives from Year's back, as well as a decent handful of 64GB and 32GB MicroSD Card's from a few Year's back also ... Get spares basically (spares of EVERYYYYTHING!), and especially spares of everything, ESPECIALLY moreso when you don't need them?!. Because, come time comes for Tomorrow?, then ... Needless to say, the position I've now put myself in is this, IF no notably decent OR half decent Portable Hard Drive, and/or MicroSD Card Deal's come up on HUKD here for the immediate future (and/or EVEN until nearing this time nest Year?), I'll be more than just comfortably 'sorted' in the knowledge of knowing that I'll go without ... (and will remain the case even if 2 Christmas's pass even?). A bit excessive you may say? (perhaps!). Unnecessary even? (that's neither here nor there - in Today's Digital Age). But either way, there's debatabely a lot to be said, for not putting yourself in a situation of desperation? (so to speak?). Where you're then left in the even more unfavorable predicament of feeling the need/feeling obliged to then just pitch yourself for literally any old thing (be it figuratively, and/or literally?), at the points in time of whenever it then chooses to come? (at a moment of time of literally 'WHENEVER'?). And most likely at 'price points' of whatever the hell then then choose to dictate to you ... (as/when/and whenever?). That to be honest, is never a good position to ever be in (if I'm honest?). Get you 'extras' when not necessary, then you'll then blatantly be in a more favourable/amicable position to dictate your own 'preferred' Deal price points, like?. As opposed to then being one of the few left on the shelf fleeced sheep! (who buy in droves, irrespective of what exorbitant price's the Market chooses to dictate to you, etc ... ) I'm done with being needlessly ripped off for thing's I would have bought anyway, lol. To be fair, I'd rather be the one that dictates my own given price points, of if, as and well I choose/decide to feed it ... I bought 2 of the 24GB, 24 Month Network Three SIM Card's some few Month's shy of 1 Year now, to which I'm yet to make use of - I was awaiting a then pre-existing 12 Month SIM only Deal I'd signed up to just a few Months prior, to do it's 12 Month's cycle FIRST (before then using), but either way, I'll very soon make full use of 1 of those 2 regardless (which was purchased almost 1 Year prior to it's initial need) but as things stand, when I now start making use of 1 of them,, I'll end up having 1 spare to boot anyway. And with that situation in mind, I can blatantly then afford for myself that rarest of rights of passage, eg. the luxury of 'time' ... Yes, given, MAY very well be unfavorably obliged to wait 1 whole Year even? (I doubt it, but in Today's tempestuous 'Market', you can never say never really?). But either way that neither hear not there, because the reality is, it's not exactly like I've put myself in a position where I should now feel the desperate need to 'hurry' ... Everyone's need scales/necessities timeline's, and/or whatever are different, fair enough/true. But either way, that's my advice to you anyway - especially if (where 'forms of communication' are anyway), it's important to you?. As you never truly actually really know for sure (anything ... ) Well, that's how I see it anyway. :-)


These have gone up, i bought the 24gb one for £28 from amazon last year which is close to running out :(

Free 2 million+ Wifi Hotspots Across UK For Virgin Media Customers
Refreshed 19th JunRefreshed 19th Jun
Haven't seen this awesome App being shown anywhere! Could even save how much data you will need on your Mobile! 1 App per Virgin Media Account (broadband or mobile, but ive only… Read more
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So only one person in my household can download and use the app? TIA.


Awesome app, thanks for sharing, shame it's not advertised too well by Virgin Media


i have the app on my phone - virginmedia wifi


Is it for installing a profile? Mine (on iphone) wanted the PIN for the iphone)


People are always paronoid of most things.

6GB 4G Data - 3000 Minutes - Unlimited Texts - 30 Days Sim @ Plusnet Mobile (Broadband Choices) - £13pm
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
6GB 4G Data 3000 Minutes Unlimited Texts 30 Days Sim £13 Month 30 day contract EE network UK customer service SMART Cap (Minimum £2) One size fits… Read more
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This is better 5000 minutes 6gb data for £11


Plusnet have got quite expensive over the last few months..


I have 6gb, unl calls and texts on 30d contract with them for £7.50 inc vat. I transferred over then called them the next day and told them vodafone had offered me a retention deal if I didn’t move. They offered this I did not even haggle. If you are transferring from another company then we’ll worth a call


Previous deal.


Yeah, once you're with PlusNet, just keep an eye on the deals and when a good one comes up ring customer services to switch on your monthly renewal date. They have absolutely no hesitations in doing this. It's worth setting a data counter on your phone to see how much you're actually using because you may need less than you think.

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EE 4GEE MIFI Pay Monthly Mobile WiFi £5 at Currys
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
EE 4GEE MIFI - 30 day Rolling Contract - Now down to £5 Have this reserved and gonna see if I can put the available 30GB Sim in it and if so cancel the contract.
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Why is this Deal cold?, or ...


According to the site, it end tomorrow. I’m assuming that’s tomorrow night.


How long dose this Deal last ?


Original question probably referred to any option to cancel within 14 days without charge, aka "cooling off period" or similar. Consider that any contract not initiated in an EE store may be classed as a distance contract and so would be subject to Consumer Contract Regulations requiring the provider to offer 14 day cancellation option at zero cost (assuming no airtime had been used). Probably a question for the armchair lawyers. Possibly some useful info at


You can cancel immediately but you will still pay a months fee, but you will be able to use the sim for the whole month also. I think the T&Cs state the contract is a rolling months contract with a minimum of 1 month.

Save £35 on THREE Pay Monthly 4G MiFi £4.97 at Curry Pc world
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Roam free in 60 destinations 1 month rolling contract Choose from 3 data plans Device: Huawei E5573 Recommended tariff: 15 GB of data - £20 per month With 3 years warranty. Read more

The newer E5573bs-322 models you speak of are actually based on the Rmodels on Vodafone made by Huawei I reckon Vodafone didn’t take a uber large order Huawei were banking on as they came out late to the game after the original E5573 basically a budget version which Vodafone used whilst back then thier data price was on par with EE so lack of mass sales. I used my Virgin sim in it as the Three signal can be worse and may need an antenna. Now if I go up the highlands for a extended holiday I’ll take a 30 day Voda data sim and add some Passes for unlimited streaming via the Roku and handset ;) data is now dropping quicker than EU regulatedroaming ever did (y)


I posted the £8 20GB deal and got one. I use it for Go Binge Netflix/Amazon - got the unlimited data on Virgin for £20 quid too! Three are chargin me £ 7.85 ? (y) I picked up a EE Y800 with display today for £10, payg - used for a month, pristine. By chance I had to walk past Cash Generator (is it ?) they had loads of different EE MiFi for £10/15 in the window. Cheapest was the only one with removable battery - Y800. Got a free unlock online and updated the firmware to a South African telco - Tigo, as EEs didnt even allow roaming. 25/27MBPS with Three & Virgin sim :o XD not bad for a tenner ;) might be almost three yrs old (activated May 2015) but it’s got a little stand and everything for the window, and I have a window to keep a eye on battery life without going to the admin page :D Sky Broadband goes bye bye in a few days and I’m completely mobile! I got my E5573 free with a 30 day deal off here on ID Mobile 2 years ago, maybe 3??


BTW does yours have the antenna connector? Mine was the one with extra digits and it doesn't have a connector. I wasn't aware Three supplied the antenna model.


I got this one with the killer deal that was posted a while back - £14 for 40gig. Ended up as £12. Did the existing customer trick for an extra £ off and they gave me an extra £ off as the pick-up store was so incompetent. Given I don't really have to keep an eye on data this is fine. However if I had a smaller data amount I would probably buy a better MiFi with a display.


Amateurs! Other E5573(add extra digits/characters here) models don’t have the antenna connectors so buyer beware for anyone reading this make sure it’s the right one, I have Three in this model and Virgin in my other E5573bs-xxx - if any of the two networks that will need antenna it will be Three for me being up North (the real one - Scotland ;) )

20% off on all EE pay monthly and SIM only contracts, and mobile broadband (excl. 12 month annual upgrade plans)
LocalLocalFound 6th FebFound 6th Feb
How the Offer Works 1. Go to the EE site 2. Browse the site and select a pay monthly, sim only or broadband product. 3. In the shopping basket under 'Got a voucher?' enter the cod… Read more
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Now offering £15 15gb


So what I can get now? I’m still on 20£ pm - 20gb plus 100£ voucher for amazon, contract end at 16 march. 20£ x 12mc = 240£ 240-100=140£ 6mc for free Apple Music = 60£ 3mc fir free BT Sport = 15£ 140-60-15=65£ 65£/12mc= 5.41£ pm for 20gb With voda via mobiles 25gb for 16£ with 12mc free spotify with cashback from quidco 5.16£ mc You think EE can give me similar deal?


£17 is no longer available with 30gb


Via retentions you can get 30gb for £17 then each sharer sim for £9 each


I think you're missing the point. You have an incredible deal, just like I have an incredible deal for my Plusnet fibre broadband. Would I recommend Plusnet to you? No, because you won't anywhere near that deal, as I'm getting it stupid cheap (won't say how much as this isn't a bragging thead). Stop comparing your deal and compare deals that we can all get, because you are essentially saying go with EE at this price in the hope they will offer you a great deal in the future - surely you can see that's terrible advice.

Upgrade to 100GB £30 1 Month Rolling with one-off £59.99 router purchase @ Three
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
I have an existing plan with Three (40GB 1month rolling £30/month) and phoned up to get more data as vodafone had a better deal with more data. To my surprise they offered me 100G… Read more
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Should have got Unlimited everything on Virgin 4G for Black Friday, got it, love it, speeds are better than my EE Max plan! (y)


EE 100GB is £45 a month here


Heat. You may have solved a rural broadband issue.


How did you get unlimited data for 15. I'm not greedy I've asked about 20 times for 100 for 15 but they really tight nowadays as you said most people grandfather it so giving customers anywhere near your deal is getting a life deal they know this they probably won't repeat the letter fiasco of one plan so they careful now. Just seen those 16.10 mistake ee 64gb deals being pushed to 28. I'm on 64gb for 13 on a rolling with EE but can't get anyone to match it not even three. They did 100gb for 20 on black Friday would take that but my EE is so good frightened I can't get back on it if three increase it in a year. The five monthly uswitch deal that spawned my current EE deal has vanished. I'll have to cut my football usage as my sister getting cross when I gift data from her


That's a mobile contract, this is for Home Broadband via 4G so no tethering limit.

15gb 4g mobile broadband (one month) Three network, currys pc world
LocalLocalFound 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Handy if heading on a trip someplace and need an additional mobile hotspot. Loads in the Perth store.
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That's because it requires a minimum term contract dear - it's not a PAYG connection. So credit check and you have have to give 30 days to ditch it


Still loads in perth


The device is £5.99, the contract is £20 therefore it's minimum of £25.99 to get the 15gb of data.


Likely to find that they will not sell it for £5.99 & £21 is not a deal.


Already posted, just be aware you have to sign up for a sim deal before you can buy this. Monthly rolling contract that you can cancel, either with 30 days notice, or within the first 14 days with a refund of any charges already taken, less any time used. Mine was unlocked, tested on O2, EE and Giffgaff. The sim deal seems to be £15 a month minimum.

Mi-Fi 20GB 3G 12 month £10 per month - £120 at 3
Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
Absolute bargin. £10 per month for 4G mi-fi. Ideal for light users or traveling professionals Ted. Well worth it.
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I don't see this deal on TCB


Go through Topcashback and get £50 cashback


thanks op ,red Hot

Huawei E5573Bs-322 4G Mobile WiFi £9.99 @ Currys
Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Cheapest I’ve ever seen one of these they go for around 30-50 on eBay, may say three but they come unlocked aswell great for using around the house not sure how long they will be … Read more
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I’m trying to put my 02 data sim in this device and it shows up when I search for Wi-fi but it asks for a password before I can connect. Doesn’t seem to be anything with the packaging that mentions a password? Can anyone help?


I think I seen this last week. Thanks for the reminder. Will get a few more.


Now showing at £4.97 at Curry’s/PC World. From 19/1/18


Can you show me how please?


Hahahahahahahahaha, I'm sorted now, so I'm good, lol. But thanx for the offer anyway (be it a bumped one or otherwise?, looooool). :-D

24gb with mifi unit Argos £49.99
Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
reduced from £89 so seemed a good deal wifi is given at 2gb per month, which suits as i'm buying it for my low using mum and currently pay £15 per month with vodafone as she hasn'… Read more

How does this work? My friend found one and some weird car one as well. Does it give you 24gb every month? Do you pay monthly?




i'll look into something like this i think thanks for the advice


Indeed, but you're not leaving the store with one unless you take a rolling one month contract. Good device though, I've been using one on a daily basis since July. It's surprisingly good for a bit of Rocket League and doesn't use much data (ping 40ms).


To be honest I was on an unlimited deal with quidco cashback and although the cashback took 6 months and is a bit dodgy it was the best I had. I had effective one plan as the phone I had it in was not counting down the tethering. I am in a better place now with the doubled 64gb EE 32gb now 30gb deal that's going to be back on January 8th. I have to be careful on the allowance but EE value their customers not like three who would try and rip you off at the first opertunity. I've still not seen a method to get me to 100gb on 15 GBP with three I keep ringing them up at my rolling end to see if they can beat my 13gbp/64gb I have now but they don't want too even though they have hundreds of customers grandfathered on 15 unlimited it's not a fair company at all. Yes they don't like phone customers using their phones as a home broadband solution as those ones use a lot more data.

EE Mobile Broadband Half Price @ Currys inc. 20GB for £12.50
Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
EE Mobile Broadband data plans are half price at Currys right now, including 20GB for £12.50 per month. The box itself is also reduced from £29.99 to just £4.99. Plans are 30 days… Read more
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mines died, taking currys up on their 2 year guarantee


Anybody tried buying 2 or more of these? Is the offer limited to 1 per customer?


Err look at post 1 - I was only quoting the info posted! OP could you edit post 1, so that no one else annoys grazie by being stupid enough to post based on it being true? :)


Err no, the 20GB deal is the cheapest as it's the only one with a 50% discount. For those that are considering this, for your bank details you need the card number + CVV, account number and sort code (just the latter 2 won't be enough ) to set up the credit agreement. It also takes an age to set up on a point of sale terminal.


PLEASE tell me that these are not serious questions! :)

Three 1 month 2GB data sim £40 Quidco/TCB (£30 profit)
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Go via Quidco/TCB (check Cashback amounts) - choose mobile Broadband/tablets —>sims and use filters


I must need to go to Specsavers as I can only see 1GB or 3GB data sims, can you point me in the right direction for the 2GB one please :/


Who’s here for the comments? :D


I'm not lol making people aware.


Don't do it then. Clearly there's an element of risk, first of all with any cashback deal, secondly with this particular deal. It's not ok for TCB/Q to make a product specific offer on one part of their site and say "*not really" in another. If you fancy a flutter do it. If you don't, don't. Personally I was in the market for 3 of just that sim, split across TCB/Q 😏

O2 launches new flexible tariffs (change Data GB allowance  every 30 days via myO2 app)
Found 27th Oct 2017Found 27th Oct 2017
O2 has announced a series of new flexible tariffs, offering customers the chance to change how much they pay each month depending on their needs. Here are all the O2 Flexible Tari… Read more
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Sorry mate, you don’t have PM’s enabled. Make a few more posts first :)


ChrisUK- I can't PM you as I'm a new user. Can you PM me?


Also it’s a 1/3 off non-promo SIM only tariffs, so if they’re already at a promotional price the discount would override the promo :)


I think it's 30% off a SIM only tariff, so you'd have to check the SIM only shop & knock 1/3 of those prices. Sorry to thread hijack, I just thought it was relevant with the cold this deal is getting !


Well 100 hot votes and many haters, in principle seems a great idea and hopefully lead to cheaper prices all round, pricing seems to high. When u can get far better bundles

Three Mobile Broadband Ready to Go 1 GB Preloaded Data Micro SIM for 3G Tablets £2.25 (Add-on Item) @ Amazon
Found 20th Oct 2017Found 20th Oct 2017
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon Usually dispatched within 2 to 5 weeks. Three Data SIM to connect your 3G Tablet to the internet 1GB data included, enjoy for up to 30 days … Read more

bad luck :( i’ll expire it


Haven't seen anything like the price quoted on Amazon after checking several days apart. £8.87 today which is not a deal. And just about to fire off an over £20 order on Amazon... Marking as expired.


delivery 1 to 2 months


Price keeps fluctuating.


Now showing £6.49

40Gb mobile broadband with 3 Three (existing customers only) £16 x 24 =£384
Found 6th Oct 2017Found 6th Oct 2017
Seems like a good deal to me. I'm going to get one for the kids in the car. £16 per month for 40GB of 4G data. Same price as 15GB. Login and go to your existing customer offers.

If you prefer, you can get this Sim offer (hotspot, 4G router but not sure about speed if different): 12GB data =£12All-you-can-eat minutes.All-you-can-eat texts.12 month contract. +18GB Data Add-on= +£5 = £12+£5 = £17 +AYCE Data Add-on= +£5 = £12+£5+£5= £22 -£60 cashback TCB Personal hotspots (12GB+18GB+(30GB AYCE) if/when needed. *The above prices include £2 discount for existing customers, just add a Three sim number.


It is. I saw it as better value than the HomeFi. Which is £24 on a 12month. Not available on 24. But can be purchased outright and the 40gb SIM used. ADSL is the only option where I live and speed is guaranteed at 2mbps so Mobile BB is the only viable option for me. Between we phones for Apple music and 3 for go binge We're set.


Nope. I'll leave it. Can't be bothered with the hassle. It's still good value for£16


Any joy?


They are still doing £55 cashback for 40gb on quidco

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