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    EE have reduced the pricing of their 4G Sim-Only contracts, lets dive straight in and take a look at what's on offer.

    EE 4G 12 Month Sim-Only Contracts

    • £9.99, 100MB, 500 Mins, 500 Texts
    • £11.99, 250MB, 1000 Mins, Unlimited Texts
    • £13.99, 500MB, 1000 Mins, Unlimited Texts
    • £16.99, 1GB, 1000 Mins, Unlimited Texts
    • £19.99, 2GB, 1000 Mins, Unlimited Texts
    • £22.99, 4GB, Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts
      • £12.99, 100MB, 500 Mins, 500 Texts
      • £14.99, 250MB, 1000 Mins, Unlimited Texts
      • £16.99, 500MB, 1000 Mins, Unlimited Texts
      • £19.99, 1GB, 1000 Mins, Unlimited Texts
      • £22.99, 2GB, 1000 Mins, Unlimited Texts
      • £25.99, 4GB, Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts


        Benefits of EE Plans
        • "Orange Wednesdays"
        • Wifi on the underground
        • Unlimited tethering

        Sadly there are no Quidco offers for the 1 month contracts, but you can get cashback by taking a 12 month contract.

        £70 Quidco cashback on 12 month SIM only contracts on a £19.99 and £22.99 monthly tariff

        £45 Quidco cashback on 12 month SIM only contracts on a £13.99 and £16.99 monthly tariff

        £30 Quidco cashback on 12 month SIM only contracts on a £9.99 and £11.99 monthly tariff

        Join Quidco here

        When you compare the EE tariffs to what Three are offering its tough to see much value with EE.

        Three 4G 1 Month Sim-Only Contracts

          [*]£12.90, Unlimited Data, 200 Mins, 5000 Texts

          [*]£18.90, Unlimited Data, 600 Mins, 5000 Texts

          [*]£23.00, Unlimited Data, 2000 Mins, 5000 Texts (and 5000 Three-to-Three mins)

          Three 4G 12 Month Sim-Only Contracts

            [*]£15.90, Unlimited Data, 600 Mins, 5000 Texts

            [*]£20.00, Unlimited Data, 2000 Mins, 5000 Texts (and 5000 Three-to-Three mins)

            Whilst more expensive, EE's 4G coverage is miles ahead of Three at the moment, so certainly a consideration if you're in an area that Three haven't reached yet. Although Three obviously offer AYCE (all you can eat) data, which is a massive draw for many.

            Maybe you have an alternative 4G Sim-Only deal you can recommend?

            We'd love to hear from you!

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            [ via EE Sim-Only Plans ]



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    I just went to the EE and T-Mobile sites to look how the non-4G plans compare.  T-Mobile site now takes me directly to the EE site, which does not mention any 3G plans that I can see.

     

    Personally, I'm not impressed with their 4G plans at all.

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    Tesco Mobile do some good offers and use O2's network including 4G which works well enough for me.

     

    You can get 1000 minutes, 5000 texts and 1Gb of data for £15 per month with a 1 month rolling contract.  Or 2000 mins and 2Gb of data for £17.50 on the same contract basis.

     

    If you sign up for a 12 month contract, 1500 minutes, 5000 texts and 2Gb of data is yours for £15 per month.  Quite a decent deal IMO.

     

    If you get a £15 per month tariff, you can add another 1Gb of data on for £2.50 a month as well.

     

    Obviously you get clubcard points as well.  Worth considering perhaps.

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    Does Three's 4G Sim-Only plans allow tethering? Their PAYG 321 sim only deal does not, although how would they know?

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    There are various technical methods to try and detect that you are tethering including TTL (Time to live) of packets.

     

    Hmm I would love to come back to EE - I've used a couple of 2GB chuck away data sims and the speed is impressive - but these prices still cannot compete with the likes of giffgaff (about to get 4G) Tesco etc.

     

    Worth looking at Mobi Data if you want just a small amount of data only - not tried them myself but prices look OK (especially if you get their double allowance offer)

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    Wake up call; "THREE" do WAY better and truly unlimited data for £15 pcm... and they actually HAVE a decent data infrastructure, and have had since day one (the name "Three" kinda gives a big clue).

     

    Move along, nothing worth seeing here.

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