I don't care how cheap, I'm never buying Logitech again. Their products are poor quality and the warranties are not worth the paper they are written on. Logitech does not honour it's warranties. CS are dishonest and unhelpful. Read their reviews. Also there have been lawsuits in the US by consumers who were lied to and strung along by Logitech who deliberately tried to avoid warranty assistance, amongst other things
Not true. It depends on want you're buying. The XL mouse mat G840 is £40 on Amazon, £43 on Logitech's site. With the discount it's £32.25. You can also get the flagship Logitech G PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse with Hero Sensor for £97.50 instead of Amazon's price of £125.
The prices on their website are so shit that even with the 25% discount, Amazon is still cheaper.
Three Sim only deal - Essential Sim 30gb Data All you can eat minutes - £15/12mths
Does anyone know if it is possible to use this Refer a Friend and quidco together?
I copied the link but it didn't seem to work. Here it is: https://www.three.co.uk/refer-a-friend Edit: it's automatically redirecting to their homepage. It's three.co.uk/ refer-a-friend
The link just goes to their home page. How do you actually do this?
Good in theory, can also refer yourself, but be wary ... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/three-refer-a-friend-and-get-25-amazon-voucher-please-do-not-offer-or-request-referrals-2800281 Some success stories and hints and tips would be useful.
It would probably be a code that you input to Amazon which then adds to your 'credit' balance.
Three Wuntu at 8.30am 31st August 2017 - 30% off Missguided for Three users.
If anyone originally had their TCB cashback decline, definitely worth raising a claim. Just had mine paid out after raising a ticket.
I got this yesterday as a retention deal with go binge and as Advanced for £8! Happy.
im on this and so far so good cb is pending.
Just been offered this deal but on slightly better terms (retention) - £10 pm, no fixed contract but a rolling 30 days |(cancel whenever). This is also the advanced package and includes the 60 plus countries to roam with data and calls / texts. Seems like a good deal to me.
My Topcashback didn't track... will a manual claim work with Topcashback, OR am I better off returning the SIM to Three and re-purchasing this, hoping the cashback tracks the second time? Obviously without the cashback this isn't a deal.....!
Free £20 worth of accessories at three 3 with a contract using promo code @ Three (3 Mobile)
was going to use this and the refer a friend thingy for £30 each was told if i did i would not get the tcb cashbach is that true ?
Well that's what I thought but you can use it directly on the three website and looking at it they send you a £20 voucher through the post with your contract to which you've got to redeem on the three accessory website
dont use these codes if you are going via a cashback site, the commission will go to whoever issued the code instead of to you via the cashback site
Get a £10 HMV Voucher With Any Contract Mobile Broadband Purchase @ three (3) mobile using discount voucher code
If you click through from TCB: It takes you to the same £7 price: Still wouldn't touch it - even if it was £4.50 straight without the worry of cashback tracking! They would need to pay me to suffer their service for a whole year!
What is it like now?
I had a great signal on three in the north west!
Got do disagree and voted cold, surely some of the deal below are better value:
I would because it has OIS and a flagship 865 from last year that is much the same as the overclocked version 870 in the F3. It has an LCD. A very high quality 144Hz LCD. It has a 108MP HMX (better than HM2 in Note 10 Pro). It has OIS. It has great battery life.
Would anyone recommend this over the Note 10 Pro deal?
The router (should be an Huawei b535 EDIT - CONFIRMED https://kenstechtips.com/index.php/three-homefi-review#4G_Hub) will be fine, the service is the questionable part! My 3 service was decent off peak, but not fast enough for 2 people with moderate data needs at peak times. There are many who say it is great where I live, but more & more saying it was, but deteriorated (I am in the latter group about 3 years now) - my advice is to think twice before committing to a three contract (they just let me out of the last 8 months of a 12 month contract). I would not use them for a mobile phone 'main number', not even for someone I didn't like! For home broadband, even that is a risk. One thing, 3 are the only 'non-NAT'd' network (if you need it, you'll likely know the term - basically if you need to be able to access your network from outside it & also for some gaming services, but I don't game, so don't remember which). Services where your device connects to a server & you contact it (like teamviewer or smart devices) are fine (if you want to run your own server & access it you may need non-NAT or an expensive VPN add on, unless you use something like teamviewer).
Is it any good though for a house of 5 people
You can't really compare a 12m deal with a 24m one on total cost. If you say £225 plus £84 (cashback by redemption, 12m SIM only contract - whether it is worth £7 per month depends on how fast & how reliable it is for you, plus what your usage demands are), you would be more fair. The 'freebies' still seem expensive! (lol)
Same deal without the freebie total cost £225 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/three-5g-4g-home-broadband-unlimited-data-on-24-or-12-month-contracts-3740313
24/06/2021Expires on 24/06/2021Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Me and the wife ordered this! Too good of a deal to pass up
I'm a current Three customer but out of contract. I just pay £10/ month for 12G SIM, PAYG. I'm a bit bummed that they have this offer for me at £39 a month on their site!!! Why do I have to go elsewhere to find the deal? It takes me to the Three site and this same deal though. I originally spotted it on MoneySavingExpert and thought I'd see if anyone posted it here. Questions: 1. If my number is already with Three can I still get the Quidco cashback? 2. If I get the contract can I move the SIM to another phone or device? I don't need 100G now, but I will move soon and may want to use the 100G with a mobile wifi plan instead, and then just get a cheaper 5G sim for the phone. 3. As part of that, could I move the contract/plan (100G) to another SIM or will it only be with that SIM and number? Other option is I just get the phone from Amazon and look for a cheap sim deal... I think it's currently £490 on Amazon. I may actually move to a boat so would probably like 100G for netflix to my TV and the rest instead of a wifi plan. I may even want the unlimited plan if I did that? And I'm not sure if 5g speed will work via phone hotspot to my TV and such, (not that 5G is universal yet anyway). Anyway, I need a new phone; this one looks pretty darn good. I'd appreciate your thoughts! Update: Just saw Amazon price is £472. And I also see a number of reputable looking sellers have it for £400 on eBay; a couple I checked were in Switzerland.. I'd add, is there an advantage getting it from Three as far as warranty and such? I think with a phone at thsi price I have to think about accidental damage and theft insurance. But that's a whole different topic!
I think it depends more on the capabilities of the phone than on the SIM. That's why a 4G phone can do 3G data if needed. Three offers 5G/4G/3G across all its services. So this phone comes with 100GB 5G where available.
I understand this is the 5g model of the phone but can anyone confirm if the data included is 5g? As I have seen some companies selling 5g phones with 4g sims
Tbf I haven't tried but I think price has gone up via TCB anyway so no point.
Posted 21st Nov 2020Posted 21st Nov 2020
Three Unlimited Minutes/Texts 24 Month Deal - £17pm (£14 Per Month After Quidco Cashback) @ Three£408 Free P&P Free
Available for 24 hours only. Click the link and choose the Unlimited Plan with £72 cashback, after cashback it works out at £14 per month/£336 total. You can also get the £30GB pla… Read more
I tried negotiating with three for my unlimited everything sim only which was for £16 and they wouldn't budge so I got them to transfer my number to their PAYG and I went through TCB for same deal but with £65 cashback if I remember clearly, and its worked out £10.41 p/mnth (nerd)
The hassle of cancelling a Three contract is annoying. I was out of contract and signed up to another Three sim with affordable mobiles. When I asked them to forward my number they claimed affordable mobiles would not honor the cask back and offered me the same deal. In the end I have to keep me old contract for another month then they will put me on payg (I was told this automatically happened once a contract run out) then in another 10 days I could transfer my number to the new sim which is with the SAME COMPANY.
Voted cold for the incorrect price. Unless the rules have changed - they often do (lol) - you need to set the price to the contract total pre-cashback.
True, and true. At least with this one you have a set price for it. Seems a good deal comparative to other unlimited SIM deals I can see on here. Or at least similar to them.
Its a shame their 24 month deal is costing more than the £16pm 12 month one. The 12month can potentially be as low as £11pm with £60 cashback via tcb, but would need the hassle of negotiating a new deal in a years time.
Posted 15th Sep 2020Posted 15th Sep 2020
Three 12GB Advance Plan - Unlimited minutes/text £8pm 12m @ Three£96
Found this deal to be quite good for what I use. - Unlimited Minutes/Texts - 12GB data (with personal hotspot) - 5G Ready at no extra cost - 12 month SIM only @ only £8 (£96 for t… Read more
Upgraded to this deal (via chat) after my existing contracted ended. Thanks.
I need the cheapest 5g data sim, and this would have been excellent except three are so rubbish in my part of London, I feel 2g would be faster than three's 5g in my area
Tell them to match the uSwitch deal
Yes indeed it is, but I'm trying to renew for my existing number, currently on the phone to call centre trying to explain this deal as they're refusing to aknowledge they've ever offered a lower price than £10 per month!
Posted 19th Aug 2020Posted 19th Aug 2020
Three unlimited calls & text & 1gb data £5 p/m 24 months £120£120
£5/ month unlimited calls & text & 1gb data 24 month contract
Absolute rip off! I bought the 5G broadband deal and Three asked my pay
£150 deposit for the router which i thought was bit strange seeing
that i have a contract with them for there mobile phone, Any how i paid
the desposit, i received the router and it was complete rubbish no
signal in any of the rooms in my property apart from the room the router
was in so i decided to send the item back and ask for a refund. They
sent me a returns bag and i returned it the same day via Royal Mail and
got a tracking number. The router was received the next day at the Three
Depot, so i waited a week and no return of the desposit, so i contacted
them and they said they had not had the router returned, so i gave them
the tracking number and they said they can not find the item in the
Depot and they can not give me a refund untill the router is located!!
(Not my Fxxking problem) and that they could not cancel the contract
untill it was located!! and no refund can be issued. Anyway they found
the router the following week and cancelled the contract, this was on
the 22nd of August 2020. I have phoned them at least 15 times and
everytime i get a diffrent version of the diffrent lie saying that the
have issued a refund and you will receive the refund within the next 3
to 5 working days, they have now said that 4 times and yet here i am the
09/10/20 and no refund!!!! I have now engaded the boradband ombudsman
and also contacted my bank to take up my case!! word of warning this is
the poorest customer service i have ever received bar none!!! they are
imcompetent and incapable company to grace any service provider i have
ever had the misfortune to deal with (poo) (mad) (devil)
I switched from 3 to Vodaphone just over a week ago as the signal ws either fairly bad, non-existent or full strength with zero data transfer in a lot of places in Manchester. Paid Vodaphone via their website £10 for 15GB data, unlimited texts etc. and after 7-10 days, mostly using wi-fi rather than mobile data, run out of credit apparently as they decided to put me on a "you've spent £1 today so here's 500MB of data" / pay something like £5/MB package instead. Moved to EE now who seem to be the most user unfriendly company ever. Network wise, not sure as haven't left my house yet, but website wise, 0 out of 10 for functionality, helpfulness etc.
We've been using Three for the past year... and its been fine. Get good reception where we live and even in most other places. The odd black spot somewhere but nothing that you dont get with other networks either. All networks have areas where they're coverage isnt the best. About to renew my contract for another year with Three.
Nice deal op no hate why not go on 4gb Unlimited.text.data for £6 a month with topcashback.
Funny that, mine works fine in all those places. I stand by my original comment.
Posted 21st Dec 2019Posted 21st Dec 2019
Three January sale is now On
January: it’s cold, wet, you’re back to work and skint. That warm, fuzzy feeling the Christmas period (and all that mulled wine) gives you, is well and truly gone. Yep, January can… Read more
It is now illegal for mobile telcos to cap speed, speed is probably restricted due to congestion in your area. That being said I used to have great mobile speed now it is crap.
If you live in London three is abysmal atm, could be the 5g upgrade, but it's been bad for the last 3-4 months. Outside London seems better from the comments on here.
The speed depends where you live. I get really good coverage and speeds on three in rural place
Works fine for me, in God's Own Acre... The only place I get poor reception is at two work sites which are full of steel girders, but I get WiFi there any way. Vodafone, however, the mast could be in France as far as signal is concerned...
Iv been on three for aboutv8 yrs came from virgin cos of the slow speeds down after about 3 or 4 gb usage none of that with three i use about 20gb per month no slowing down brilliant coverage and i dont live in a city three is the best
Posted 12th Mar 2019Posted 12th Mar 2019LocalLocal
Guide to get free credit from Three
On three, bad network This guide will get you compensation for this. Pay as you go: If you have £20 in your account If 5p have gone instantly or has been used up is because thr… Read more
How is that a deal?? :/
Ask for £10 because you've been charged 5p? Sounds like appropriate compensation. ;)
Gets my vote
Contender for worse post of 2019.
WTF did I just read. This is rather a how to be an A hole guide. You could literally exploit any company's good will and customer service this way. But if you do this for a living, you need to look in the mirror more often.
London Bridge experience discounts - Tickets for £19 via Wuntu
25% Off up to 3 Items on the Logitech Website - Wuntu App
Three Sim only deal - Essential Sim 30gb Data All you can eat minutes - £15/12mths
£25 Amazon gift card from Three with refer a friend **Pls do not offer / request referrals**
Three Wuntu at 8.30am 31st August 2017 - 30% off Missguided for Three users.
Top Up Your Phone with Three Vouchers
Three allow customers to purchase vouchers that can be used to top up their phones. You can buy them from any Three store, and they might make a great gift for Three users.
Vouchers can be purchased in values of between £10 and £50. If you have one to redeem, you can take it to a Three store with a green top-up logo, and staff will add the credit to your phone.
You can also redeem vouchers online at my3. Log on as normal and choose the “Top-up your account” option, then choose “Top up by voucher”.
Another way to redeem vouchers is by calling 444 from any Three phone before entering the 16 digit PIN on the voucher receipt.
Three: Telecommunications and Internet Provider
The story of Three begins in 2003, when the company was started. Initially, Three filled a huge gap in the market, being the only UK mobile provider with the ability to stream video via its handsets. As the country’s leading 3G, then 4G network provider, Three has established a presence all over the UK, with retail locations in most major cities. It has also continued to innovate, embracing the iPhone, streaming on demand and unconventional calling technologies like their inTouch app. That’s why millions of UK mobile owners rely on their services to stay in touch with friends and family.
Where to Buy Three Products
The major place to purchase phones and contracts from Three is at their high street stores. You can use their Store locator tool to find the nearest outlet, where all of their special offers should be available. The other place to look is their website at www. www.three.co.uk, where you can order new phones, change or purchase new subscriptions and contact Three’s customer service team.
Product Categories at Three.co.uk
The Three product range includes:
Mobile Phones – Featuring 31 different handsets from leading international brands, including the latest models of Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy. Phones can be purchased on monthly contracts or pay as you go, with 4G and 4G Super-Voice both available.
Tablets – Customers can purchase the latest Apple, Sony, Samsung or Huawai tablets with variable upfront costs and monthly payments.
SIMs – You can also purchase SIM-only deals at Three, including both pay monthly an pay as you go, with added data deals for phones and tablets.
Mobile Broadband – Connect single or multiple devices, pick the right data levels and choose from contracts that run for between 3 and 12 months.
Upgrades – Customers can log onto the Three store and request upgrades to their existing phone under the my3 members scheme.
Top-Up – Customers can use the Three store to add credit via vouchers or card payments.
If you are hunting for a new mobile or a fresh contract around November, remember that Three always schedule plenty of special offers around Black Friday/Cyber Monday, so it’s a great time to shop.
Reconnected Three: Donating Your Old Phone
Purchasing Items at Three.co.uk
You can use the Three website to choose handsets, along with payment plans, which can be added to your basket just like other online stores (though be careful about including Add-ons that you don’t need, as these may get added automatically).
Anyone can order, and there’s no need to become a my3 member, but it has a few advantages. As a member, you can take full control of your account and contract and will be informed right away when a worthwhile offer is set up.
Payment Methods at Three
When it comes to the payment stage, Three accepts the following payment methods: VISA debit and credit, Mastercard, Maestro and American Express. All payments are protected by Verified by VISA and Secured by Mastercard.
Getting Your New Phone: Delivery
Three offer two delivery options when you order a new phone. The first option is next day delivery. You’ll need to order by 16:00 the day before delivery, and deliveries will arrive between 9:00 and 18:00. The other option is to order online and deliver to a Three store. Again, if you order before 16:00, you can pick up your products at the store of your choice the next (working) day. Accessories like SIMs and dongles are delivered to your home within 3-5 working days. All deliveries are free of charge.
Any products ordered by Three can be returned to the company within 14 days of receipt. If this applies to you, give Three a call at: 0333 3381001 and customer service staff will lead you through the returns process.
Following Three on Social Media and Using Their App
Three have a lively social media profile, and their channels are a good way to stay up to date with their offers. You can find them at:
Stay in Touch for Less with the Three Offers at HotUKDeals
Three have an unbeatable range of the latest smartphones and tablets, along with SIM only, contract deals and pay as you go options. Staying in touch will be simple thanks to their products, and you can find them at the lowest possible price by shopping at the Three HotUKDeals listings.