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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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After getting in touch with the retention team the best I could get was Entertainment Red 16GB with unlimited calls/mins @ £21 p/m with £36 credit on my account 😔 I went for it anyway.


im only a year old customer, there team is pretty pathetic to be honest. We initially agreed on £23.80 a month plus £30 credit, but before i accepted the contract terms through chat window, i was browsing my upgrade section on there site when i noticed an offer saying £21 a month until 3rd may. I quickly told her about this and she said okay ill give you the same, even though before she was saying she cant go even a penny below £23.80 a month. For the inconvenience she still gave the £30 credit on top of the £21 a month. Which i was reasonably happy with.


I'm guessing you must have been with Vodafone for a while an eligible for higher discounts than me.. Just spend an hour with online chat…I already have my pac code and have an employee advantage discount (from my employer). After a lot of crappy offers (and claiming to speak to his manager twice) the best he could do was slight improvement on £21 16gb + Spotify deal that is already in my upgrades section online: £21pm +1 month free, guaranteed for 24 months, 12 month contract, 12 months Spotify. I also blagged a sure signal box free which I don’t really need. If I could be bothered as a new customer it would be :£21 +£50 quidco. But id have to move my existing number to another providers payg then back to Vodafone.


I think you could have pushed it up to £40 as that is what they offered me. But that was the absolute max they offered.


They are horrible to negotiate with, only managed to get 16GB entertainment Pack with £30 credit for £23.80 a month. They said that was 30% discount which was the max they could offer me. PS: LOL with a bit more negotiating i got it down to £21 a month with £30 free credit :D

EE 4GEE MIFI Pay Monthly Mobile WiFi £5 at Currys
30/04/2018Expires on 30/04/2018Found 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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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.


can i cancel within 14 days condition?

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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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


Or they wanted a mifi

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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

20GB - £20pm x 12 months (£240) / £13pm after Cashback. Amazing Vodafone SIMO Deal (Through MobilePhonesDirect).
LocalLocalFound 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
A great Vodafone Sim Only deal going for £13 per month. Pay £20 p/m but receive £84 cashback throughout the 12 month term to have an effective cost of £13 per month. Original Deal… Read more
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Thank you, I've realised now that this only shows up when I use Chrome on my phone instead of my usual Firefox!



Thanks :)


If you're willing to pay £18 a month sure... I don't need that amount


On Vodafone contract currently ending this month but as this is Vodafone itself won't be able to avail this deal right?

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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.

Vodafone Pay Monthly SIM Card - Ult. mins+text + 20GB data - £12 p/m (£20 before redemption - £144) + £10.10 from TCB = possibly £11.15 @
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
From, click the link to get the Vodafone pay monthly sim card which includes Unlimited Minutes Unliumted Texts 20GB data Before cashback redemptions via their … Read more

Thanks OP. This is amazing to stack with below deal for Free International Calls using


I have a business dual SIM account with them for shared 40Gb (router and phone- declined at first as I already had accounts for the children and can't have 2 accounts under the same name.... ) and have a job using 10Gb/month. Who knows what the children are using it for (actually I do; watching lectures on the laptop in the library as she could not be bothered sorting out her Eduroam WiFi problems. Now fixed with a new expensive laptop!).


Could of been a lot worse at £25 per Gb, she did well. I bet they catch loads out (mad)


Try telling that to an 18 year old.... To be honest, she did monitor it and stopped using data when it got to 100 Mb left, be it appears that ther is a lag and she went over that bit. Told her that next time she pays!


Ho ho ho you know what you've gone and done pal?!? You've jinxed them. I'm sure I've read on here that a carphone tellytubby said their shops are like ghost towns. Good luck :-D :-D :-D

Samsung S8 (on pay monthly) £125 upfront cost with £10 code off code (DEALYENVY10), plus TCB & Free Gear Fit 2 & Free delivery @
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Ok so this is a deal I have just bought and thought I would share to help someone else who may be looking at a New Samsung S8 contract Total cost over 2 years (£125 upfront phone … Read more

Apologies when I posted it was £125 up front for brand new s8. I purchased mine on 14th Jan and it arrived yesterday. I also didn't know it had featured on MSE.




There's no code to get the new phone for £125 upfront, the cost of new is £185 upfront before the £10 off code provided


OP has stated in the original post the code you use to get it for £125 upfront


Unsure whether they will honour the Fitbit with the refurbished (£125 upfront) option.. T&C - Participants who purchase a new (i.e. not second hand) Samsung S8.

LG G6 - Three Network with 30GB of Data, Unlimited Minutes & Texts - 24 month contract @ £33 per month £792 @ Affordable Mobiles - Comes with a free LG Style Smartwatch (worth £230) - Also added some cheap EE deals from £25.49 a month.
Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Mobile contract deals blow hot and cold on here and usually reluctant to post, but thought this seemed a good deal considering the monthly cost for a decent phone and a phone plan … Read more

Ok thanks. Can you explain me why is that bad rate on that deal here? I thinking about this bottom deal but why bt sport and apple music is not included? Can I trust affordable mobiles?


Read my original post and it clearly states and gives a link in the fourth paragraph! :/




Where you find information about LG Smartwatch is included? What is RPI Price Increase ??


Good deal

EE 4GEE Mini Pay Monthly Mobile WiFi £4.99 plus rolling contract from £17pm at Currys
Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
Roam free in 48 destinations 1 month rolling contract Choose from 4 data plans Recommended tariff: 20 GB of data - £25 per month Device: EE 4GEE Mini WiFi Similar to hotukde… Read more

YMAC1977 - I appreciate the info! Don't know what I'd do when I need the big downloads & updates though!


My son is an Xbox gamer. He moved out last month. I bought one for him as he had no internet. He's been chatting to his friends every day and playing as normal. The only thing you have to be careful of is updates and downloads. He brings it to my house for those. Doesn't seem to lag. I bought the 30g 30 day pack. He had 12.5 g left on day 29 do downloaded his brothers player unknown battleground for 6g. Seems to work find. Had to reset once during download but started where it left off. I will reduce his data once a regular amount has been established or he lives somewhere he can get house broadband.


yeah I got it working, 4gee mini :) thanks


Don't know. Just gave model number( on the box) and IMEI to the seller and seller sent code, which worked without any issue.


Is this the osprey 2 mini or 3?

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge 32GB £29 on Pay monthly + £10 upfront, with free Samsung Speaker - £706 @ Vodafone
Found 4th Dec 2017Found 4th Dec 2017
following on from the recent S7/S8 deals Vodaphone are now doing this with a free speaker (RRP £99) so its the Samsung Edge S7 with unlimited minutes/texts & 4GB data for £29… Read more
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Phone (I paid £465 yesterday) and SIM from Plusnet.


Where from?


Imagine getting this and not being able to upgrade until December 2019, that's 43 months after it was released and by then the s11 rumours will be out


4GB in this day and age is pathetic


Welcome to the arctic

iPhone 7 £25 upfront, £27 pcm for 24 months with 6gb data unltd mins and texts on Vodafone via reseller
Found 29th Nov 2017Found 29th Nov 2017
32GB iPhone 7 via reseller for £25 upfront, then £27/mth for 2yrs (£673 in all). Just use code MSE100 at the checkout (press ‘add’ - not your return key - so it regis… Read more
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No you can't cap on vodafone


Can you cap on Vodaphone? I bought a data sim off them and without knowing it wasn't capped and got some astronomical charges from them which after months of wrangling they eventually agreed to half.


Has this code expired? Thanks.


I've recently had 2 iPhone se,s and a Samsung galaxy s8 from all 3 are brand new, sealed and unlocked, I would definitely recommend them


I appreciate that, but usually there are offers to be had for Spotify, including family/friends sharing which can make it cheaper. Also, if you wish to change, e.g Amazon music, Apple, Google etc. then you're not tied in.

iD Pay Monthly Black Friday special -  1 Month SIM, 250 Minutes, 5000 Texts, 2.25GB 4G Data £5 per month @ iD Mobile
Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
Great price for a low use sim from iDMobile. 2.5GB for £5 with a 30 day contract is not to be sniffed at in my opinion! Terms Our plansAll pay monthly phone and SIM Only… Read more
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I have messaged. It was actually £1.22 ha ha. These sorts of gestures actually show what sort of company you are. I was gutted to have no reception because 2.25gb would have been good for my wife's contract because most months she hardly uses 250mb (mostly on wifi) but it's good to have that data just in case all for only £5. Should my 3 reception improve I would definitely look at joining your network again with 1 or 2 contracts.


Hi neilm22, we're sorry to hear that you had poor coverage in your area but glad that you were able to cancel your contract within 14-days, we would hate for you to pay for something you can use. Please drop our Social Media Team a message so they can look into covering the £1.11 for you. iD


I cancelled my contract. Reception was non existent in my house. Didn't use the SIM and still got charged £1.11. Classy.


Sounds a bit iffy doing a port with ID then, but actually quite glad you don't let customers switch to a better tariff as it prompted me to move elsewhere which gives me a better deal and with a good network, so worked out well.


Hi LaTercia, I am afraid you would be unable to port your number from one iD account to another, that's correct. We couldn't guarantee that a ''triangular port' (where you port to another network, then back to us) would be sucessful, howsoever, can advise that this has worked for many customers in the past. Taking this risk would be at your own discretion. If you need any further advice then please do not hesitate to contact our Social Media Team over on Facebook or Twitter, they are always more than happy to help. (y) iD

I Phone X - £99.99 upfront + £68 Per Month with Vodafone via CPW (Total Term = £1731.99) (+ Quidco)
Found 29th Oct 2017Found 29th Oct 2017
So no doubt this will be voted cold for those Anti-Apple people and due to the cost of the actual handset or those who have a dislike to Vodafone. I'm not a big fan of Carphone W… Read more
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Sorry voted hot by mistake. So take that into account if you are considering this deal.


Pay 1700 for a phone that does nothing else differently from any other flagship phones for half the price or even less makes sense!


Guys, it's a phone.


Hold on, you're saying this phone contract is £68 per month? SIXTY EIGHT POUNDS! And they still want you to pay money upfront for the handset? Anytime a phone costs more than an iMac you know something is well and truly ^%$£@&^%ed up.


I guess not but I was stating this deal is cold and for people willing to search there are better deals out there with discounts.

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

Apple iPhone X Vodafone 15% discount for NHS Emergency Services Armed Forces staff plus 1000s more workplaces Students 10% off up to £288 off + FREE AirPods for first 1000 customers
Found 25th Oct 2017Found 25th Oct 2017
Vodafone have confirmed that they will be able to offer 15% discounts for pre orders on the iPhone X on pay monthly contracts for NHS, Armed Forces, Emergency services staff and 10… Read more

Your wife should be refusing to her employer to tend to anyone who gave/gives her a racial abuse comment, or any patient her NHS (cough) Trust refuse to fully reimburse her for, if you think it’s bad in public service try private where many people get taxed on refunds and are made to wait till the end of the tax year for reimbursement (that may mess up tax credits being cut the following year and overpaid next year then underpaid the following year for those with reliance on Tax Credits). I dont agree public public service staff should get discounts exclusive to them - who are paid well above minimum wage, and I am ex public service staff (was surrounded by people who couldn’t apply basic common sense who made work stressful)


Spoke to Apple about emergency services discount and no discount on IPhone X and no discount on Airpods and no discount on Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular but £7 off of Apple Watch 3 non cellular. Lol.


Also do emergency services get 15 / 20% off everything in Voda / EE if so will get my air pods there.


Is the 15 / 20% off the monthly cost or the upfront cost or both?


Can tell from your spelling you’ve not stepped foot in a university... They give students discounts, and not you, because they are a small section of the population who might not have access to the same funds right now but will be earning - on average - a lot higher than those not in further education. It’s a business move, not charity but you keep being peed off pal (y)

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