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EE (pay monthly & pay as you go) FREE calling abroad add on (reduces costs by up to 97%)
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Apologies if this has been posted before, but a search on here did not reveal anything. This post is for anyone who could have reason to call abroad, such as to Australia. There … Read more

Just in case anyone is monitoring this thread for options how to call abroad, I have signed up to powerVOIP - I WOULD *NOT* RECOMMEND - they are cheap (3p plus 0.6p/min approx), BUT shockingly they charge about 25% above face value for the credit!!! So I thought to try the next few on the search engine posted on page 1 - they are all from the same Luxembourg company & I don't fancy signing up to find that they do the same! I have now tried FreeVOIPdeal, also part of Dellamont SARL, who also charge above face value for their credit - approx 4% for CC & 6% for PayPal (compared to around 25% at sister company PowerVOIP). Call quality is excellent & the range of options great - you can use the browser on your mobile as a dialer and talk through the mobile, use a SIP phone (I got a cheap 2nd hand Gigaset off eBay), download an app (won't be trying) and for a connection fee of 3.5p plus the extra cost per minute of the 1st call (free if a UK landline) set it up to call number A and connect it to number B. i. e. Call aunt in UK & connect her to her brother in Australia! Whoop! EDIT: I found another very useful 'deal' for those going to Australia or with friends/family there, but it was rejected on here! Unfortunately having spent quite a bit of time typing it up, I have now lost access to the full text, but I'll give brief details; Australian pay & go service with 10GB data, unlimited calls/SMS/MMS within Australia & unlimited calls (standard landlines & mobiles) to 10 countries including the UK for AU$30 (approx £16.50) every 4 weeks (no commitment). Includes tethering too. See oh forgot to say found this via a great site called, where the sim has been recommended for over 5 years.


Best way is what I’m using WhatsCall just collect credits and you get min


Thank you - comments like that make taking the time to post worthwhile!


Thanks for this. Got bit bill shock when I was calling ROI last week. But crazy this add-on does not come standard being free. Huge difference in costing.. Thanks


If you have a calling plan activated from PlusNet (landline) then you can call max 1000 minutes per month free of charge to over 70 countries via 0870 494 0750. It's a Service offered by these guys: If you have any questions, send them a message via their website.

Huawei P20 Pro £23 / month (pay monthly) + £49 up front @ iD Mobile
Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Id mobile deal . Cheapest I could for fine for an amazing phone

I got 20gb for same £20 upfront


For anyone wanting more data I’ve just ordered for my mum : EE, 30gb data, unlimited calls/texts, no upfront cost and £33 per month plan (24 months) from buymobiles


Ah found it...bit more work though.


Apparently not...I might have imagined it (embarrassed) Could have sworn there was one for £25 per month but maybe not. This is a much better deal if it's suits your needs...ignore the coldness of the deal...the OP got the details wrong originally so it looked like a very bad deal and it sorta sunk before the could correct it.


I got 4gb with £30 upfront and £30 a month for 24 months from Vodafone.

ID Mobile Pay Monthly Sim - Unlimited Minutes/Texts & 10gb Data (Includes Data Rollover) £13
Refreshed 4th OctRefreshed 4th Oct
Cheapest deal around if you're in the middle ground of data usage and you don't want to faff around with redemption deals. The data rollover doesn't appear to be capped either. … Read more
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I signed up for this. They emailed me saying the SIM had been dispatched first class. Nine (Royal Mail) working days later,. still no SIM. They actually told me to keep waiting for it. I told them that I wasn't impressed and they reluctantly let me cancel. Another day gone and it still hasn't been received. I did however receive confirmation of the direct debit being set up.


I didn't do anything, it was automatic, if it hasnt happened for you then speak to customer services and they will sort it I am sure.


My data does not roll over, how did you activate it?


I did and they only offered £15 on 2nd sim :/


Have to call up (y)

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3rd Gen amazon Alexa echo dot 49.99 or buy two save £10. Interest free pay monthly @ Amazon
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
decent introduction offer. Also pay monthly interest free on selected accounts.

70% Louder apparently


Pretty much the same other than the claimed better sound quality. Not really applicable if you already use a Bluetooth speaker with it.


Iv just bought the 2nd gen this week. What’s the difference other than the appearance ?


If Google Home and Amazon Alexa had an affair the offspring would look like this device.


Sure. Just not sure we'll see any savings on the new range for BF this year. I'm certainly not going to buy a new one now, but not expecting the them to drop to the normal £35 either. Def don't expect £20 saving on the new dots either. Will be happy to be wrong though!

iD Pay Monthly SIM - £11pm - Monthly Rolling Contract
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
1 month contract (4G) £11.00 500 minutes Unltd texts 8GB data
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that's have every right to hate them and switch.. for me,I had awful coverage and speed with Three when I moved house..just under 2 miles from my old home...calls would drop if I wasn't next t window and wouldn't even receive that voice mail message you mentioned! and speed? record breaking 750KB/s to 1MB/s! in 2018. it was so bad that as soon as I contacted Three,they agreed to cancel my contract and gave me the PAC code without hesitation. different areas of country have very different coverage and speeds by these mobile companies..


It wasn't down to coverage, it used to show full signal on my phone and people would call me, but calls would go through to my voicemail and to top it off, I wouldn't even get a 'you have a voicemail' message until hours after the call. This happened so many times that I ended up missing important calls. The last was when I dropped my dad off for a hospital appointment and went to a nearby pub with free parking and waited for his call whilst I had a drink. Two hours later (whilst I had full signal and was using the pub WiFi) I decided to call him to see how it was going, and he told me that he'd been calling for 1.5hour. As soon as I hung up I got a dozen or so voicemail messages. That was the final straw, like I said this had happened over a few years and I had a few different phones, I called virgin to report it, but they always said there wasn't an issue. Having been a customer of both, I can tell you 4g is faster on ID by a mile, virgin may use EE, but you would never get EE speeds, and miss very important calls.


Virgin are now using EE mobile network which is known to be the best in this country,EE has the best coverage and without any doubt the fastest.Virgin won't get 100% speed of EE but will get 80% of it..(BT also using EE network) ID is using Three's mobile network.Three is known to have the worst coverage and slowest speed in most areas on the go figure.. you are probably of the very small minority who can't get good EE coverage,yet you get good Three coverage.


I was with virgin for years because they were cheap, no end of issues, switched to ID a few years ago and not had any issues that I had with virgin signal (even when my phone showed full signal). ID have been excellent for me, and I won't compare to EE, O2, 3, because I've never been on those networks, but far far far superior than Virgin! Edit. I don't hate virgin, I have their TV broadband package, but their mobile really is dog (poo)


I have never had a problem with them either :D

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Vodafone Pay Monthly £33 a month 20gb data unlimited calls and texts £800  @ CPW
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Samsung Galaxy S9 24 month contract on Vodafone with 20gb data and unlimited calls and texts for £30 per month plus 79.99 up front. Works out £800 over the 24 months incl up front … Read more
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£70 Quidco cashback available on the S9. Brings this down to potentially £730 for the term, or just over £30pm.


Yer, I know. The name is extremely misleading. Promise I'm not lying, look up that colour on Google. It's lovely, but misleading name.


No sign of grey in that colour. Definitely signs of pink though !


Actually, it looks like an overly brightened "Orchid Grey" phone which is actually a lovely colour - I have my S8 in it and yes, I'm a guy.


Wonder how long I'll have to wait before I bite... Waiting for this kind of deal minus the upfront payment

Easyjet hands free upgrade for Three pay monthly customers
Refreshed 7th AugRefreshed 7th Aug
What’s the deal?We’ve teamed up with easyJet to give our Pay Monthly customers some extra-special treatment when they fly. Leave your baggage hassles behind, because now you can g… Read more
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As three customer I used for the first time in Gatwick yesterday. The operator manually added the option during check-in, I believe there isn't any communications between Three and easyJet and everything is done checking the text message (generic text message). As long as you have the text message from THREE I think you can use the service: Great news, you have Hands free with Three for your UK outbound flight! Full terms at Have a great trip! <Flight number> <Date> <Last Name>


was offered on my return flight from the canaries yesterday but not sure if it's a guaranteed service every flight?


Ahh Capita customer care




Are you joking, I flew to Scotland to go to Malaga saving over £200 each lol .

Vodafone Pay Monthly SIM Card (18GB/Unltd Mins&Txt) - £19 p/m 12 months £228 @ e2Save £102 cashback
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Excellent deal for a ton of data and unlimited mins and text. Monthly cost is £10.50, £19 before cashback. on the Vodafone website the same deal is going for £19 TCB is a… Read more

Does this include the Red Entertainment pack, and is it for new customers only?


I am using mobiles, work fine so far


Ok, then i wish you all the best with that, ive claimed all of the cash back except 1 of the months, i bet they dont honour it as i have upgraded slightly early, ive had quick a few issues with every claim, the website is crap


I am using the cashback thing, not really a trouble for me.


Not everyone has a current vodafone contract to barter with.

Samsung Gear Icon X Wireless Earphones (EE Pay Monthly Customers Only?) £99
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Just had this text come through from EE - not sure if it's just for EE PAYM customers though, as it seems to take you straight through to My EE login page. Seems a decent price f… Read more
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Which wing tips did you purchase?


Worth making sure they are the 2018 versions (better battery like than 2017 versions)


I have these had to change the wing tips as they hurt after an hour or so but work great now and being able to copy tracks to the built in memory means I don't need my phone. Works great with my S9 though and the Samsung smart TV


these really hurt my ears after about 30 mins use sent mine back. Also it didn't maitain a constant bt connection even tho my phone was in my pocket, with my airpods or sonys l can at least keep connected from 6 meters away from my s7 edge.


I have a pair of these and they are really good. Great for gym or running as they stay firmly in your ear :D heat added (excited)

Samsung Galaxy S9 O2 pay monthly £65 upfront (with code) / £26.00 a month 2GB Unlimited texts/calls - Term - £699 @
Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
£65 upfront cost using VC10OFF CODE with £30 quidco cash back and/or £30 amazon voucher from vouchercodes. Don't know if you can combine the 2 cashback deals but worth a t… Read more

Also I think if you're someone that doesn't need social media Whatsapp 24/7 you could even tether with a partner if you had that option. I think sometimes we get lost in a bargain and actually using what we need


Very good for wifi and low data users


Unlikely this will be a good deal for S9. Heavy usage of data guaranteed on this model, 2GB seems too little.

iPhone 8 64gb £30 p/m 24 months Vodafone 16BG data / unlimited mins & texts £165 upfront £885 @
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Shopping around and found this deal which when you take away the cost of the iPhone if bought sim free leaves the plan itself working out at £9.80pm for 16GB data and unlimited cal… Read more

But it’s on Vodafone...there crap. Haven’t invested in their 3G/4G network like the others Cold from me

UNLIMITED 4G data, txt and minutes Virgin mobile for £25 (£300 for 12 months)
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
Exclusive to Virgin TV and Virgin Fibre households £25 UNLIMITED GB 4G Data UNLIMITED Minutes UNLIMITED Text 12 Month SIM £25 Month £300 for 12 month Data Rollover: keep unused… Read more
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Has anyone tried the SIM in a 4g hotspot device?


We set the wife's up for tethering while we were on holiday as she has unlimited, did over 100GB with no issues


Agree. Usually if you are on the unlimited data plan, they will only start paying attention if you have used more than 1024GB. It is the same with 3UK.




I see VM have introduced new tariffs - £5 for 4Gb, I'm currently paying £6 for 1.5Gb time to make a call!

Vodafone Sim Only 20GB Unlimited Minutes and Texts £15 p/m 12 months £180 (Retention Deal)
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
£15 a month Spotify/SkySports Mobile/NowTV included for free! No cash back needed Retention deal, was paying £25 a month for 20GB, Spotify included. Vodafone with a bit of negoti… Read more
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Just to update this - despite having the deal confirmed on live chat three times - when it came to billing - they had put me on a £25 a month with NO DISCOUNT. After much arguing they have put £100 credit on my account and reduced the monthly charge to £20 to make it equal £15. Apparently the original tariff doesnt exist!


This post echoes my experiences entirely. Had broadband and mobile with Voda...and I’ve moved both due to the sheer ineptitude of their tech dept and customer service advisors.


Im looking to change my number to another provider sim only then start a new contract with vodafone. Any idea on how long I have to stay on the payg sim before I can go back to vodafone as a new customer?


Retentions can be so hit and miss with Voda. Been with them for years but decided to go with for their 25gb red entertainment package for effectively £16 a month which I'm happy with for my business SIM since retentions couldn't offer anything decent whatsoever. Even when I asked for my pac they couldn't offer the same package I was on at same price (if memory serves, think it was 8gb red entertainment package for £16 a month). I left a few months back to then go back to them via 3rd party silliness personified.


You able to post the email confirmation but blank out your email . Often the chats and call centre agents tells you what you want to hear then the actual email confirmation or account summary for the number is different .

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.

EE 4GEE Mini Pay Monthly Mobile WiFi £9.99 @ Currys
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Top features: - Connect up to 10 devices at the same time to keep everyone online - Choose from four different pay monthly data plans to suit your needs - Compact and lightwe… Read more
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Had one of these for a few years, £9.99 in store, take the cheapest sim 30 day contract they had (They had a £1 100mb sim at the time but that's long gone) , Soon as you walk out of the store cancel the SIM on the phone with EE, Cancel the direct debit as soon as the first and only payment goes out.Unlocked the dongle on ebay using this guy. Instructions on his page further down. Plonked this SIM in it Or Prices are silly now, the 12gb sim was £17.99 on Mymemory, 12 month expiry from when you activated it. This will do the same job though, its just got texts and calls as part of sim as well but its only got a 30 day expiry compared to the 12 month one from mymemory Really useful abroad, Battery life can drain quick if heavy user. The interface is pretty easy to use once it’s connected. If you only have 1 battery bar lit up the connection seems to drop more, Fully charged its fine. Turn the dongle on, connect to the device using wifi and browse to this to set it up and check what you have left. Just be aware soon as you turn it on with the sim in, your 12 months/30 days starts. http://ee.mobilebroadband Now you can use your mobile data package abroad I don’t use it as much but for anyone who doesn’t have lots of data on their mobile deal, it’s a great bit of kit for £9.99 and 4G if you can get a very cheap SIM, The cheapest i can see in Currys is £17 which is rubbish.


That’s 200mb sim, search function is fine it’s your information that is incorrect so no 200 Gb . Please note there is a lot of difference between 200 mb and 200 gb


I meant? The initial poster said 200gb


Those are 200mb not 200gb I'm sure that's what you meant But in case you didn'tEE do a 200gb home 4g broadbandWith super 4g router for 60 GBPNot good value compared to a landlineEven if you lived in hull :-)


Mb does not equal Gb

Nationwide Rewards £50 cashback on 24 month phone contracts at Carphone warehouse
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
This is for Nationwide current account holders only. Including TCB/Quidco cashback great deals can be had from CPW This offer can be found on Nationwide rewards website. https:/… Read more

good point, This plus TCB would result in a great deal


I have this on mine, how do they know you have purchased a 24m contract I wonder? Could just a £50 spend trigger the cashback maybe?


Looks like it's account specific. Not for all

£50 cashback for "EE pay monthly sim only contracts" via LLoyds Bank Everyday offers
Found 26th FebFound 26th Feb
5 days left - from the time of posting this deal. Earn £50 Cashback when you take out any Pay Monthly SIM Only contract with EE and pay by Direct Debit. Offer expires 03/03/2018. … Read more

Whoop! cashback went in yesterday, all for moving a Direct Debit from TSB to Halifax - £50 for nowt (party)


That's just Disney screwing you :) I've never had a purchase be charged in that way so that's news to me.


I'm starting to think that way too, though the bank cashback is solid, I should get onto TCB and give them a little poke and find out what's going on.


I’ve started excluding cashback when calculating costs from Q/TCB personally, it’s a bonus if it pays out, but do I want to pay X amount without it, nope! ;)


I had this in November when I moved to EE, cash back paid without any issues, TCB on the other hand, I've had to get them to explain why it's been declined.

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