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iD Mobile UK Drops Unlimited Data Plan to £18 a Month

Saturday, September 5th, 2020 (12:01 am) - Score 3,123
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Mobile operator iD Mobile, which is a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) on Three UK’s platform, has dropped the price of their unlimited calls, texts and data (mobile broadband) plan from £20 to just £18 per month on a short 30-day minimum contract term. As a result it’s one of the most affordable data plans around.

Separately, iD’s entry-level SIM Only plan has also had a data boost to 3GB (usually 1GB), which including unlimited minutes and texts (SMS) will set you back just £6 per month on the same 30-day term.

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16 Responses
  1. Avatar Samuel says:

    …and Three themselves are trying to force up the cost of one of my plans. Will use this to barter with them.

    1. Avatar David says:

      Could be worse you could be on an O2 MVNO. Even their customers get slow speeds (well I do) so I dread to think what scraps things like giffgaff offer

      Smarty were doing it for £18 for ages and now it’s £20 so they might drop it again

    2. Avatar peter taylor says:

      It not work on my phone and the SIM don’t not work in essex crap

  2. Avatar Buggerlugz says:

    Three could offer me the sun, moon and stars but I’ll be off the second my 24 month contract expires, unless I see some massive improvement in available core bandwidth. Its simply not acceptable to see 100Mbps+ when you first join and just a third of that 12 months later.

    1. Avatar Samuel says:

      I don’t have that issue where I am. It’s a pretty small area and most people use EE/BT (have their own separate masts) so it’s just the coverage being sporadic which I suffer from.

    2. Avatar Mike says:

      Three speeds have declines as many have taken up their unlimited plans due to poor landline offerings in many areas.

      Even EE has stopped offering unlimited sim only plans.

      I think operators should have been more realistic from the start and offered tiered high usage packages with truly unlimited being a lot more expensive.

    3. Avatar John says:

      EE stopped offering unlimited sim only plan by ripping off customers forcing people signing upto unlimited mobile handset price plans or £70 4G/5G 1000GB home broadband EE is the most scamming company they recently introduced CPI ontop of RPI.
      Anyone remember back in 2018 Max speed plans.

    4. Avatar Leex says:

      Doesn’t seem they stopped offering unlimited data sims on sim only

    5. Avatar jenny says:

      Not susprised EE removed the sim unlimited package deal without three EE probably still offering £60 for 10gb data sim package thank god for 3 mobile.

  3. Avatar neil says:

    Signed with i.d. worst company to deal with. Stay away its not worth the trouble

    1. Avatar MARK CODY says:

      Totally agree! Worst ever…

  4. Avatar Declan M says:

    No thanks, I’ll stick to EE.

  5. Avatar jenny says:

    I hate EE they love fleecing customers currently on 3 unlimited £10 unlimited sim deal 90meg offpeak 50 meg EE wanted £35 only mugs join EE.

    1. Avatar Mate says:

      EE allows a maximum of 600GB on their unlimited plan, whereas Three is truly unlimited.

  6. Avatar Web Dude says:

    Shame they wiped out the “One Plan” which was also unlimited and cost £15/ month.

    Most ISPs retain legacy plans/customers but Three has a policy to terminate the One Plan contracts and offered some alternative (in my case at £28, so I got my PAC and moved).

    I find it odd that both Smarty and ID are offering unlimited data at less than Three (when Smarty is a rolling monthly plan, just like ID in this news item) while Three not only has a higher fee but locks you into a multi month contract… and Smarty doesn’t even do a credit check, and has the flexibility to allow a user to suspend billing for several months (ideal for a pensioner going to abroad for 4 months in the middle of winter… pre-COVID at least)…

    Or does Three reserve 5G service for Three customers only, and MVNOs are limited to 4G ? One for you, Mark, if you know?

    1. Avatar Craig says:

      Im on three 4 sim contracts 2 sims 8 pounds unlimited everything data both using home broadband 4g router other two sims are 200 minutes unlimited data 5 pounds each….. haggle them on live chat that what I did…..

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