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    £34 a month. Unlimited texts and minutes, 2GB iPhone 6 on O2. Hardly use the data though cos wifi
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    £15 for unlimited internet, 300 texts and 100 mins on EE but the phone doesnt come with my contract


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    8NZD, sometimes 20. Depends how much texting I am planning to do.
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    £6.90 a month on Three (300min, 5000 texts, 500mb), I'm frugal as ****. I barely use up those minutes and data, could probably do with top-up tbh.
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    (Original post by hihihihihi)
    £6.90 a month on Three (300min, 5000 texts, 500mb), I'm frugal as ****. I barely use up those minutes and data, could probably do with top-up tbh.


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    £33 pm for unlimited texts/calls and 8gb data. It's expensive because I was impatient and got the galaxy s6 when it came out. (This is with a 30% discount applied.)
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    Which ones are good and bad, for e.g.?


    The greedy pay twice
    Don't you say I'm greedy! I just want a phone that works - which the ZTE didn't!!!
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    (Original post by eshillier)
    £15 for unlimited internet, 300 texts and 100 mins on EE but the phone doesnt come with my contract


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    I didn't even think EE did unlimited internet? How do you get that?

    Or is it an old T-Mobile/Orange plan?
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    Under £20 for the iphone 5s. I desperately want the 6s plus but I can't afford it :cry:
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    £11 a month.
    Brought my own phone, it's easier. I've got an s3 had it for a while now
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    £30 a month for the Samsung Galaxy S6
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    £25 I think for a 24 month contract which is nearly finished. Phone is a Nexus 5, 500 minutes, unlimited texts, unlimited H+ data which they no longer offer.

    I've calculated that over the 24 months, I've spent nearly 2-3 times the predicted cost of the contract. I would advise paying for a phone off contract from a website like Ebay or from Amazon where the prices are cheaper than the retail stores then get a sim only deal. It'll work out much cheaper in the long run.
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    Until Three transfer me off it, my current contract runs until 2017, so shouldn't be before then.

    One plan @ £7.50 a month sim only, but then i've been getting cost reductions every year since the plan first came out (2008 i think?) and I've still got guaranteed tethering until the end of this contract term :3

    Edit: last contract term was 10.50p/m with a free Note 3.
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    £5 for 100 minutes, 300 texts and 100 MB data. :3 (iPhone 5S)
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    PAYG cru.

    I use whatsapp for messages and calls these days, and since I'm pretty much always on somebody's wifi, who needs minutes, texts or data? f that

    PAYG about a fiver a month.
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    It depends on what tariffs you want and the things you need your phone for really as well as what kind of phone you want
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    I'm on PAYG
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    I've just signed up for £38.49 a month for an iPhone 6s+ with unlimited mins and texts and 10gb data on EE.
    how the hell did you get that deal? Thats really cheap for EE
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    so is the tip on here to buy the phone outright and go on a sim only?

    but that means paying like £700 up front for the phone
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    £52. About half is line rental and about half is for the handset. Early upgrade iPhone 6 that I got last November - pretty happy with it though
 
 
 
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