• Three slash the price of their 'unlimited' One Plan


    Hot on the heels of its recent PAYG change, Three have only gone and slashed the price of their SIM Only "One Plan" as well!

    The price has now been reduced from £25/month to just £15 on a 12 month contract.

    For your £15/month you'll get:

    • 2000 Minutes
    • 5000 Three-to-Three Minutes
    • 5000 Texts
    • All You Can Eat Data (tethering included)

    If you don't want to tie yourself to a 12 month contract, then the same can be had for £18 on a month to month plan.

    If you get decent Three coverage where you are this could be a right royal bargain with their speedy DC-HSPA network now widely rolled out. Three have also pledged to make 4G available at no extra cost later this year, at which point the pricing becomes incredible value.

    Are you tempted to switch networks?

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    [Via: Three Store]


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    if they offer the same deal as a payg bundle then in a flash yes.

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    Very tempted by the 1 month plan when my Orange contract runs out later this month. There aren't any phones I really want to upgrade to at the moment, and my Galaxy Nexus is doing fine!

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    As this includes tethering, could you use the SIM In a MiFi or similar? I tried one of their lower cost mobile SIMs and it refused to work in a MiFi.

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    I'm on a talk 900 deal with 3, so this deal looks great. especially with the unlimited data part. so I will look in to it. thanks for the heads up.

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    As this includes tethering, could you use the SIM In a MiFi or similar? I tried one of their lower cost mobile SIMs and it refused to work in a MiFi.

    I think the terms and conditions state phones only.

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    Anyone know whether 4G is no extra cost on payg as well?

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    This may be a silly question, but why does anyone use PAYG when there are 1 month contracts? Are there ever any benefits? I assume a 'contract' would always beat PAYG on price. Is it just the flexibility to top up or not when you have the money?

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    This may be a silly question, but why does anyone use PAYG when there are 1 month contracts? Are there ever any benefits? I assume a 'contract' would always beat PAYG on price. Is it just the flexibility to top up or not when you have the money?

    Do they still do credit checks on 30 day contracts like they do on 12+ month ones? Not sure?

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    I still prefer virgin's unlimited calls, texts and data, rolling 30 day contract for £15, with no fair usage policy.

    unless you phone a lot of people already on three, then the two thousand minutes only equates to just over an hour a day.... i talk to my gf more than that on the phone, let alone friends and work calls!

    only down side is the lack of 4g in future (and they say no tethering, though i know you can on EE's network).

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    This may be a silly question, but why does anyone use PAYG when there are 1 month contracts? Are there ever any benefits? I assume a 'contract' would always beat PAYG on price. Is it just the flexibility to top up or not when you have the money?

    For me, Three's new PAYG deal, with no time limit, is ideal. When I saw that they were removing the "month to use" clause, I checked how much I have used so far this month. In 3 weeks since my last bill, I'd have used less than £2.50 in credit, meaning a £10 top up will last me 3 or 4 months. Makes a contract, for me, ridiculously expensive in comparison.

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