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Save £35 on THREE Pay Monthly 4G MiFi £4.97 at Curry Pc world
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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
carnivaist10 h, 5 m ago

BTW does yours have the antenna connector? Mine was the one with extra …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.


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
carnivaist10 h, 0 m ago

I got this one with the killer deal that was posted a while back - £14 for …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.


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 ?

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 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 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??
carnivaist2 m ago

I got this one with the killer deal that was posted a while back - £14 for …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.


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.
seaniboy3 h, 11 m ago

Amateurs! Other E5573(add extra digits/characters here) models don’t have t …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 )


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.
carnivaist1 h, 36 m ago

Saw that in a review for a higher end MiFi. Come to think of it it doesn't …Saw that in a review for a higher end MiFi. Come to think of it it doesn't make logical sense given that the device is transmitting a WiFi signal nd not receiving it.


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)
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Now offering £15 15gb
pease10th Feb

£17 is no longer available with 30gb


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?
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cami7th Feb

Can I ask if this is available to anyone, if so how would I go about …Can I ask if this is available to anyone, if so how would I go about getting it please.


Via retentions you can get 30gb for £17 then each sharer sim for £9 each
deany7623 h, 59 m ago

With respect. Really not sure where you are coming from here. You attack …With respect. Really not sure where you are coming from here. You attack EE for being overpriced. I ask you to compare with your Virgin, but you fall silent on my question.


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
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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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pengwyn1st Feb

How did you get unlimited data for 15. I'm not greedy I've asked about 20 …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


Should have got Unlimited everything on Virgin 4G for Black Friday, got it, love it, speeds are better than my EE Max plan!
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Ana103 h, 47 m ago

I currently have unlimited data,30gb tethering, 600 mins, unlimited text …I currently have unlimited data,30gb tethering, 600 mins, unlimited text on a sim contract for 12months for £15.My contract ends in a couple of months and will keep it as rolling contract. Spoke to them on Live Chat to get this deal used to pay more at the begining for less data


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
Ana108 m ago

I currently have unlimited data,30gb tethering, 600 mins, unlimited text …I currently have unlimited data,30gb tethering, 600 mins, unlimited text on a sim contract for 12months for £15.My contract ends in a couple of months and will keep it as rolling contract. Spoke to them on Live Chat to get this deal used to pay more at the begining for less data


That's a mobile contract, this is for Home Broadband via 4G so no tethering limit.
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15gb 4g mobile broadband (one month) Three network, currys pc world
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Found 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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ibblackberry117 h, 34 m ago

Still loads in perth


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
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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
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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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Huawei E5573Bs-322 4G Mobile WiFi £9.99 @ Currys
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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?
Fluffy_Munchkin2 h, 4 m ago

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


I think I seen this last week. Thanks for the reminder. Will get a few more.
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maltloaf_df26th Dec 2017

I have one of these. I added an external antenna at home and it’s 4x f …I have one of these. I added an external antenna at home and it’s 4x faster than my wired dsl.


Can you show me how please?
roadie3rd Jan

Try triplicate and I won't say no. Lol


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
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24gb with mifi unit Argos £49.99
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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?
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rand0m4 h, 33 m ago

See belowHere's what I have:A Huawei E5577S-321 4G LTE 150mbps Mobile Wifi …See belowHere's what I have:A Huawei E5577S-321 4G LTE 150mbps Mobile Wifi Device (£90).An All-you-can-eat Data 12 month Advanced Plan from Three (£30PCM / £35PCM if Monthly rolling).This is as good as having a Unlimited Broadband (which goes upto 24Mbps), You can stream 4K content, download movies, songs, games, etc. Do whatever you want to; The best thing is, you can carry it anywhere you go in the UK (provided that there is decent 4G Coverage). This is ideal broadband replacement package.--------------------------------The dongle on battery stays up 8-ish hours on full charge. Just plug it in to the power socket and leave it in the corner of your house.This setup is frowned upon by Three, and they will tell you this is bad, and warn you sternly not to do this when get the contract/use it for MiFI and will refuse to sell you contract if you let them know that you're trying to use it as a MiFi. You shouldn't listen to them, They just want to sell you Data SIMs which I personally think is a rip off; Just let them know that the contract is for secondary phone, and you'll be good to go.



i'll look into something like this i think thanks for the advice
MarkSHampson6 h, 20 m ago

I'm hoping this device will work with a BT sim (same network provider) …I'm hoping this device will work with a BT sim (same network provider) Currys have reduced the unit to £4.99


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).
rand0m3 h, 21 m ago

See belowHere's what I have:A Huawei E5577S-321 4G LTE 150mbps Mobile Wifi …See belowHere's what I have:A Huawei E5577S-321 4G LTE 150mbps Mobile Wifi Device (£90).An All-you-can-eat Data 12 month Advanced Plan from Three (£30PCM / £35PCM if Monthly rolling).This is as good as having a Unlimited Broadband (which goes upto 24Mbps), You can stream 4K content, download movies, songs, games, etc. Do whatever you want to; The best thing is, you can carry it anywhere you go in the UK (provided that there is decent 4G Coverage). This is ideal broadband replacement package.--------------------------------The dongle on battery stays up 8-ish hours on full charge. Just plug it in to the power socket and leave it in the corner of your house.This setup is frowned upon by Three, and they will tell you this is bad, and warn you sternly not to do this when get the contract/use it for MiFI and will refuse to sell you contract if you let them know that you're trying to use it as a MiFi. You shouldn't listen to them, They just want to sell you Data SIMs which I personally think is a rip off; Just let them know that the contract is for secondary phone, and you'll be good to go.


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
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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?
Edited by: "grazie" 4th Dec 2017
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?
jnm216 h, 3 m ago

Your maths sure is cold! The 30GB one is best at 50p/GB - zero point …Your maths sure is cold! The 30GB one is best at 50p/GB - zero point whatever pence per GB is a decade away!


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.
piggy99920th Nov

Why would you pay £40 for 24GB (Amazon/three) when you can get 20GB for …Why would you pay £40 for 24GB (Amazon/three) when you can get 20GB for £12.50 with this offer?



piggy99920th Nov

Why would you pay £40 for 24GB (Amazon/three) when you can get 20GB for …Why would you pay £40 for 24GB (Amazon/three) when you can get 20GB for £12.50 with this offer?


PLEASE tell me that these are not serious questions!
Three 1 month 2GB data sim £40 Quidco/TCB (£30 profit)
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soopdragon41 m ago

I must need to go to Specsavers as I can only see 1GB or 3GB data sims, …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


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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
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DrDoolittle2 h, 9 m ago

Don't do it then. Clearly there's an element of risk, first of all with …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 😏


I'm not lol making people aware.
MR11238 m ago

1-month Contract SIM plans, Mobile Broadband, PAYG Handsets, SIMs and …1-month Contract SIM plans, Mobile Broadband, PAYG Handsets, SIMs and Mobile Broadband, Upgrades and Special deals for existing customers, are all not eligible for cashbackCashback is not awarded on rolling monthly contracts

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)
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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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R9231st Oct

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



Sorry mate, you don’t have PM’s enabled.

Make a few more posts first
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ChrisUK22 h, 36 m ago

I think it's 30% off a SIM only tariff, so you'd have to check the SIM …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 !



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
4adeadpoet3 m ago

Can you use this with an existing handset? I'm looking to move to O2 as …Can you use this with an existing handset? I'm looking to move to O2 as the only network with good signal at my work.


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 !
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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
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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
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buglawton2 h, 2 m ago

Haven't seen anything like the price quoted on Amazon after checking …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.


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...

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delivery 1 to 2 months
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three 20gb data with mifi existing customer offer £8 per month / 24mth   + 2000 3to3 minutes and go binge and feel at home
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oops I forgot to go via topcashback for an extra £?? back (not always guaranteed though) go to three.co.uk and search in the box at the top, existing customer, then on nex… Read more
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I went for the 40GB for £14/month via TCB. Cashback still tracked at £0. Ordered last Sunday and it arrived on Tuesday via DPD. So can confirm it is a real deal. Very pleased with it.
Did anyone actually ever get this? My order was cancelled twice and then ive been told i failed a credit check. Checked with them over the phone and theyre saying its 2gb for £8 a month. Sounds like a clear misprice which theyve come up with a way to avoid honouring..
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PATHETIC.....
Here is someone stealing my heat
The sim can be used in a phone for data, I set the data as no additional spend but didn't realise I had to set txt and calls seperately so got this done by support via chat. I have also sold the router as it was not required. TCB is showing 0.00 raised a claim and will see what happens.
Three HomeFi 100Gb data for £30pm on 12 mth Contract (£28pm for existing customers)
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** NI and in store only deal ** Called into the Belfast Three store to enquire about the £13pm 40gb deal already posted. Big board at the door advertising this one. - 100gb Da… Read more
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peteclarkez15th Sep

When I asked there the assistant also mentioned that there was no …When I asked there the assistant also mentioned that there was no restriction on what type of device this was used in, was a bit strange because the in car one was being advertised at a much higher price.



There is a big difference between a home use box and using it in a car, the difference is not in the device you put it in but in the way the you use it.
In both situations the device used is a MiFi box, the only common difference is the car box may include a battery for un-interrupted use when there is no power.

The Big difference is that a home use box will sit in a static location (your house) and will stay connected to a single three mobile cell tower, where they can pretty easily estimate what allowance to make for your monthly usage. On the other hand the car is going to be driving around moving from cell to cell reconnecting to many different three mobile towers as it goes along, and then they have no real way of accurately estimating what your usage is going to be on any particular tower on any particular day, so it's basically the same situation as you having a mobile phone data allowance.

In order to ensure that you don't abuse the contract by putting it in your car, I would imagine they have some sort of check in place. I have not signed up for this deal, but for example, when you signup they may ask for the PostCode of the house where it is going to be used and retain the right to cancel your contract if you don't keep it there.
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When I asked there the assistant also mentioned that there was no restriction on what type of device this was used in, was a bit strange because the in car one was being advertised at a much higher price.

I'm using it as a nice addition to my Slow 2Mb cable bband. Get between 10 and 20Mbps on the 4G connection.

Plannig to try and external aerial to see if I can make this a little more stable though. Tends to move a bit in bad weather.
In-store only been on a few weeks. They offer it online for £24 for 40gig. The 100 deal is in-store only.
cant see it anywhere on their site

!Sorry my bad - and thanks for the steer this is in store.
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Three 24m 20GB 4G Huawei Mifi £8pm - total cost: £192
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Instore literature: 20GB data £8 ONLY with Huawei 5573bs-322, £1 discount for contract or payg customers or £9 without a Three number, or £13/£14 for 40GB. Stock may be availab… Read more
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Anon20 m ago

Sorry if this has been asked previously, would the SIM work in a mobile …Sorry if this has been asked previously, would the SIM work in a mobile please? I rarely make calls or use texts but the data would be handy


Yes Three data sims will work in a mobile but not the other way around, calls & texts are charged at the same rates as Three payg 3&2p
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Sorry if this has been asked previously, would the SIM work in a mobile please? I rarely make calls or use texts but the data would be handy
I’m getting billed £6.85 a month
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I’m getting billed £7.85 a month ?
seaniboy21 m ago

WTTE?


Sorry... words to that effect as veedubjai said.
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4G EE Buzzard 2 Car Mifi - £15 (Delivery £2.50) @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop
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EE Buzzard 2 Car Mifi - £15 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 (So, if you order 2, free delivery) Get Deal Link throws error, Click Below Link http://www.phoneshopbys… Read more
Shame they are all gone now as they also came with a 6gb data sim included which if added in the title would of gone in the red i reckon.

Was a absolute bargain!!
TiredParent

does this work with ee only or any other network would stipl be able to … does this work with ee only or any other network would stipl be able to use it?


As it is EE branded i am assuming it will be locked to EE, although you could probably get it unlocked
do these come with a sim or is do you need to order it separately?
does this work with ee only or any other network would stipl be able to use it?
alu355

Any advantage to this over a normal mifi plus a car charger?



Yes these switch on and off with the car so no messing around to get it going before setting off.
EE MiFi Device With 4Gb Data Per Month - £10.50 over 24 months
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EE are offering a deal on their mini MiFi device which gets you more data than their SIM only deals - but with a 24-month contract. 4Gb data is £10.50 - with a 10% discount if you … Read more
This is a very poor deal. I paid £50 for this device unlocked and can get much better data only deals with Giff Gaff.
i got this at xmas and tbh while the device is handy the battery life is terrible.
the signal also isnt as good as my xperia z2.
i use it as a wifi hotspot in my car and as portable i use for family holidays nad days out etc as it has 64gb of data and i pay £22.50 a month
Vodafone 50GB Data Sim 4G one month rolling with or without mifi device £25pm @ Carphone Warehouse
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Found 18th Mar 2017Found 18th Mar 2017
I manage to miss all the ee deals this month and this is the next best deal I found today, hope it helps someone. Seller: Carphone warehouse Provider: Vodafone Contract: 1 mont… Read more
jnm21

Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look … Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!


To all who helped me in this - thank you very much, I'm now sorted. To this muppet jnm21 - try to be less rude to people requiring a bit of advice.
mtuk1

People over mid 40's would not have had basic computer training at … People over mid 40's would not have had basic computer training at school? Now that's offensive.


No , that's trying to put things in perspective. Its a great time to be alive.
Si1

Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here … Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here are of all age ranges.Home Computing technology started to really take off and spread from the mid 1980’s. Microsoft first shipped Windows –DOS in 1985 (more wide spread than previous IBM and Apple machines), loading was for the suck and the term lag did not seem to have been invented yet, I know it’s hard to imagine but pls try.Schools had a slow uptake of computers/tech training due to funding and questions of how much IT&devises were taking off but there were improvements from late 1980s into 1990s. The internet was available to the public from about the same time and grew exponentially. Improvements just kept coming year after year. In 1994 The IBM Simon was one of the first smart phones to be widely commercially available and only in the U.S! Nokia’s were available from mid 1990s and Ericsson from 2000sIphones weren’t launched until 2007!So computers /internet(that were/are commercially accessible to all) have been around for well over 30 years, and smart phones for far less time.Age range wise people over mid 40s would not have had (on the whole) basic computer training at school or the opportunity to have smart phones when young. Although people of all ages can catch up a bit not everyone will have learnt as much as generations below them, that have had the massive benefit from the newest tech. I try to not discriminate or insult people old or young because of their lack of opportunities, age or life choices. I also think it’s important, if someone is getting angry at a parent for being slow with their computer or not knowing about their phone, it’s important to remember that that person taught you to how to use a spoon! The least you can do is have a bit of patience. I agree with you that companies do seem to be giving worse deals recently.



People over mid 40's would not have had basic computer training at school? Now that's offensive.
jnm21

Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look … Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!


Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here are of all age ranges.

Home Computing technology started to really take off and spread from the mid 1980’s. Microsoft first shipped Windows –DOS in 1985 (more wide spread than previous IBM and Apple machines), loading was for the suck and the term lag did not seem to have been invented yet, I know it’s hard to imagine but pls try.

Schools had a slow uptake of computers/tech training due to funding and questions of how much IT&devises were taking off but there were improvements from late 1980s into 1990s. The internet was available to the public from about the same time and grew exponentially. Improvements just kept coming year after year. In 1994 The IBM Simon was one of the first smart phones to be widely commercially available and only in the U.S! Nokia’s were available from mid 1990s and Ericsson from 2000s
Iphones weren’t launched until 2007!

So computers /internet(that were/are commercially accessible to all) have been around for well over 30 years, and smart phones for far less time.
Age range wise people over mid 40s would not have had (on the whole) basic computer training at school or the opportunity to have smart phones when young. Although people of all ages can catch up a bit not everyone will have learnt as much as generations below them, that have had the massive benefit from the newest tech.

I try to not discriminate or insult people old or young because of their lack of opportunities, age or life choices.

I also think it’s important, if someone is getting angry at a parent for being slow with their computer or not knowing about their phone, it’s important to remember that that person taught you to how to use a spoon! The least you can do is have a bit of patience.

I agree with you that companies do seem to be giving worse deals recently.
Vodafone mifi mobile WiFi hotspot r207 aka huawei e5330 £4.97 @ Currys/PCWorld
329°Expired
Found 17th Mar 2017Found 17th Mar 2017
Can be unlocked to use with your own data sim so no contract with Vodafone required. It appears to be collection only.
TooChey

You don't have to take a contract with vodafone, I have EE also and 32GB … You don't have to take a contract with vodafone, I have EE also and 32GB a month so using that sim instead.



On a rolling contract though wouldn't really make any difference on rolling or PAYG really though
it's now showing £19.99
In stock, closest to London is Sydenham
London, SE26 4PU
Nearest one in stock for me is over 35 miles away
Don't trust PC Thieves - i spoke to customer services about the osprey they had and was assured i could but it with no contract. drive 40 miles to get one only to be told by the obnoxious manager in Stockport that i couldn't do that. I tried at another store, and was going to sign up for a month to cancel but their useless systems wouldn't let me as i already had an EE contract. PC world wasted about 5 hours of my life.
4g Mobile broadband 15GB £15, 30GB £20 - 30 day contract @ Vodafone
280°Expired
Found 24th Feb 2017Found 24th Feb 2017
Was looking at mobile broadband deals and came across Vodafones data only sims: 15GB - £15 30GB - £20 50GB - £25 All 4g and all on a 30 day contract (rolling I gather) instead … Read more
Used to have a business Vodafone account. UK based support and was difficult to fault them, some of the best customer service I've had from any network. Shame it was just a bit too expensive!
Worst customer service ever!
kye1987

If it's rolling, good luck cancelling. My wife phoned to give notice, … If it's rolling, good luck cancelling. My wife phoned to give notice, gave notice on online chat, and wrote a letter. They sent us an email whilst on holiday thanking us for staying with them and sent a phone out! Then they accepted it was a mixture of their fault and possibly fraud by another party. But a year later we go for a mortgage and guess what? It fails as they left a bad report on her credit history so we had to mess around getting that removed! Long story short, never use vodafone



I think Vodafone are having more problems than others at the moment, but they are not worse than others historically. 3 did something similar to a friend of mine and orange did something very similar to my wife which put her in bad credit for years because a salesman wanted commission.
If it's rolling, good luck cancelling. My wife phoned to give notice, gave notice on online chat, and wrote a letter. They sent us an email whilst on holiday thanking us for staying with them and sent a phone out!

Then they accepted it was a mixture of their fault and possibly fraud by another party. But a year later we go for a mortgage and guess what? It fails as they left a bad report on her credit history so we had to mess around getting that removed!

Long story short, never use vodafone
I have a small business account with them and called up expecting a fight - had 3 things to address: under a minute wait to speak to someone, offshore advisor but polite and efficiently resolved all 3 things. So while I expected it to be bad, I can't really say it has been and I still haven't had a compelling reason to leave, which is the opposite to the experience I had with EE/T-Mobile.
Huawei E5330 mifi with 2GB PAYG EE data £19.99 @ Argos or £22.99 @ MyMemory
34°Expired
Found 21st Feb 2017Found 21st Feb 2017
Edit: Thanks Allan1954 - this is even cheaper at Argos, coming in at £19.99!! Argos link here OK it's only 3G, but surely a decent buy at this price? Amazon reviews look very go… Read more
SClub

Piked mine up and unlocked it The tool reference above can be found on … Piked mine up and unlocked it The tool reference above can be found on an XDA thread. You need to enter the v201 code (or use the 99p service on ebay).



if so this shld work then - Free unlock: huaweiunlockcalculator.com/v20…-v3

as the 'Unlock (V3)' you get in the list of codes after you enter you IMEI is the same as the v201 you mentioned
bma1445

If you're trying to unlock this, don't bother with the online … If you're trying to unlock this, don't bother with the online calculator.You need the "fixed v3" algorithm generator. If you can't find it feel free to drop me a pm and I'll send it over (windows only I'm afraid)



I'd like a copy of that Windows based Code Calculator please?. :-)

I'm unable to PM you (I already tried that for you, before this less than 'private method', lol).

As you have you PM feature switched off ...
allan1954

who with please.


With 3 Mobile. When I get a moment I'll look up the plan details (it is one we have used for some years so I can't remember off the top of my head).
othen

We have almost the same MiFi unit - but then we have a contract for 15GB … We have almost the same MiFi unit - but then we have a contract for 15GB at £6 month - which makes this one look very expensive indeed, so cold.


who with please.
othen

We have almost the same MiFi unit - but then we have a contract for 15GB … We have almost the same MiFi unit - but then we have a contract for 15GB at £6 month - which makes this one look very expensive indeed, so cold.



​ who with ppl?
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