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>> No. 26036 Anonymous
4th August 2017
Friday 3:15 am
26036 PAYG Sim
Looking for a PAYG micro-sim card with the most amount of data for your money.
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>> No. 26037 Anonymous
4th August 2017
Friday 5:01 am
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https://www.giffgaff.com/sim-only-plans
http://www.three.co.uk/Store/SIM/Pay_As_You_Go
>> No. 26040 Anonymous
4th August 2017
Friday 10:18 am
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>>26037
Yeah I have a GiffGaff SIM they are pretty reasonable actually.
>> No. 26041 Anonymous
4th August 2017
Friday 11:21 am
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Internet in shock as users recommend Giffgaff without spamming referral links.
>> No. 26102 Anonymous
19th September 2017
Tuesday 8:53 pm
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Plusnet have a 5GB a month deal for the same price as Giffgaff's 2GB plan (£10).
>> No. 26291 Anonymous
22nd January 2018
Monday 7:49 am
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>>26102
I was actually about to post a thread asking about the plusnet deal. It all seems grand but the network uses EE which, last I heard, was a shower of shite for a decent signal. Has this changed since?

Yeah, I could go GiffGaff and be done with it but that extra £2.50 a month is awfully tempting...Every month I could buy myself something silly with that like googly eyes to pretend I live in a Disney movie, a new pencil case to be the raddest man on my street, temporary tattoos to tell ladies I'm bad with commitment.
>> No. 26293 Anonymous
22nd January 2018
Monday 2:01 pm
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>>26291

EE have the biggest and fastest 4G network, because they have the combined network assets of T-mobile and Orange. It's always worth checking the coverage in your local area, which can be pot luck.

https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/mobile-phone-providers/article/mobile-phone-coverage-map

You can see the best SIM-only deals at the link below. Neither Plusnet nor Giffgaff are offering the best deals at the moment.

https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/phones/cheap-sim-only-contracts
>> No. 26294 Anonymous
22nd January 2018
Monday 2:01 pm
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>>26291

EE have the biggest and fastest 4G network, because they have the combined network assets of T-mobile and Orange. It's always worth checking the coverage in your local area, which can be pot luck.

https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/mobile-phone-providers/article/mobile-phone-coverage-map

You can see the best SIM-only deals at the link below. Neither Plusnet nor Giffgaff are offering the best deals at the moment.

https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/phones/cheap-sim-only-contracts
>> No. 26295 Anonymous
22nd January 2018
Monday 5:04 pm
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>>26293
>>26294
Heard you the first time, m7.
>> No. 26296 Anonymous
22nd January 2018
Monday 5:31 pm
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>>26295

It's not my fault that Brian has senile dementia.
>> No. 26297 Anonymous
22nd January 2018
Monday 7:24 pm
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>>26296
He's old. Like me.
>> No. 26673 Anonymous
18th July 2018
Wednesday 1:51 pm
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OP here. I'm being ripped off by Vodafone to the tune of £2.00 per 50MB of data.

I need cheaper data in case my broadband dies or I have to go to hospital, so no pressure to keep topping up every month - I rarely use any credit.
>> No. 26674 Anonymous
18th July 2018
Wednesday 2:19 pm
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>>26673

Three offer unlimited data on many of their plans, and it seems legitimately unlimited as far as I have found. I pay 20 quid a month for mine. That's a rolling SIM only contract so you're not locked in, that might be decent for you? Otherwise their pay as you go SIM plan charges 1p per MB.
>> No. 26675 Anonymous
18th July 2018
Wednesday 2:32 pm
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>>26673

I'd suggest an O2 or Three pay-as-you-go SIM. The standard tariff on both is 1p/MB data, 2p texts and 3p/min calls. Your credit doesn't expire. If your broadband keels over or you go into hospital, you can buy a monthly add-on for more data and tether your laptop to your phone via Wifi. Three offer slightly better deals on the larger data add-ons. These tariffs are your best bet if you're normally a light user, but occasionally need to use loads of data.

The NHS is committed to providing free WiFi for hospital patients by the end of this year, although there's no guarantees on quality.

https://www.o2.co.uk/shop/sim-cards/pay-as-you-go#simtype=classicpayasyougo

https://www.three.co.uk/Store/SIM/Pay_As_You_Go
>> No. 26676 Anonymous
18th July 2018
Wednesday 2:33 pm
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>>26674

It's genuinely unlimited on your phone, but it's capped at 30GB/mo if you're tethering to your laptop.
>> No. 26678 Anonymous
18th July 2018
Wednesday 5:04 pm
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>>26676
I thought they'd killed their unlimited plans. Or at least closed them to new subscribers.
>> No. 26679 Anonymous
18th July 2018
Wednesday 5:17 pm
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>>26678

They still exist, they're just not as cheap as they used to be.

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