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    Today I switched to a SIM only on Three today
    600 mins, unlimited texts and 30GB data and free roaming for £19 a month
    Is this a good deal?
    Also now my contract is over with EE I decided to switch to a sim only and buy my phones as I go along
    Was paying £27 a month for an Xperia M4 that keeps overheating with inky 2GB data. Now got a OnePlus 2 which I got in December 2015.
    ]was it the right thing to do to reject an upgrade and switch to a sim only plan?
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    (Original post by asim1999)
    Today I switched to a SIM only on Three today
    600 mins, unlimited texts and 30GB data and free roaming for £19 a month
    Is this a good deal?
    Also now my contract is over with EE I decided to switch to a sim only and buy my phones as I go along
    Was paying £27 a month for an Xperia M4 that keeps overheating with inky 2GB data. Now got a OnePlus 2 which I got in December 2015.
    ]was it the right thing to do to reject an upgrade and switch to a sim only plan?
    seems a good deal for £19
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    (Original post by asim1999)
    Today I switched to a SIM only on Three today
    600 mins, unlimited texts and 30GB data and free roaming for £19 a month
    Is this a good deal?
    Also now my contract is over with EE I decided to switch to a sim only and buy my phones as I go along
    Was paying £27 a month for an Xperia M4 that keeps overheating with inky 2GB data. Now got a OnePlus 2 which I got in December 2015.
    ]was it the right thing to do to reject an upgrade and switch to a sim only plan?
    If it helps for some context i have 1000 minutes unlimited texts and 2GB data for £7
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    (Original post by asim1999)
    Today I switched to a SIM only on Three today
    600 mins, unlimited texts and 30GB data and free roaming for £19 a month
    Is this a good deal?
    Also now my contract is over with EE I decided to switch to a sim only and buy my phones as I go along
    Was paying £27 a month for an Xperia M4 that keeps overheating with inky 2GB data. Now got a OnePlus 2 which I got in December 2015.
    ]was it the right thing to do to reject an upgrade and switch to a sim only plan?
    I'm also with Three, using their SIM Only plan:

    200 mins, Unlimited Texts, Unlimited Data, 30GB Personal Hotspot.

    Just do be aware, you're only allowed to take 12GB Data a month, maximum, to other EU countries in accordance to their fair use policy.

    Three IMO have the best signal I've seen so far, with the fastest internet speeds as well.
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    (Original post by asim1999)
    Today I switched to a SIM only on Three today
    600 mins, unlimited texts and 30GB data and free roaming for £19 a month
    Is this a good deal?
    Also now my contract is over with EE I decided to switch to a sim only and buy my phones as I go along
    Was paying £27 a month for an Xperia M4 that keeps overheating with inky 2GB data. Now got a OnePlus 2 which I got in December 2015.
    ]was it the right thing to do to reject an upgrade and switch to a sim only plan?
    I am on a sim only plan. I don't regret it. It's easy and cheaper with how i live my lifestyle, since i don't use much data anyways
 
 
 
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