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Mobile Operator Three UK Launches New Rewards App

Wednesday, November 24th, 2021 (11:13 am) - Score 2,472
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Customers of mobile operator Three UK can now access a new rewards app called “Three+” on Apple (iPhone etc.), Android and Huawei EMUI 11 based Smartphones, which they claim will give you exclusive offers and discounts from key brands and festivals, like Cineworld, Uber Eats, Frankie & Benny’s, the Telegraph and more.

The app itself is free and available now, although we tend to find customer reward apps to be a bit spammy – you can probably find better uses for the memory and data that such software tends to gobble up on your device. But each to their own.

Andrew Foy, Three’s Director of New Product Propositions, said: “Three+ isn’t just about the rewards but the meaningful moments they help to create for our customers. With so many extra plusses from Three, members can kickstart a film club, take a friend out to dinner, or have date night delivered and make it one to remember. And with more exciting rewards in the pipeline, there’s never been a better time to join Three.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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17 Responses
  1. El Guapo says:

    meh. the last one was rubbish, the “offers” were rubbish and then they killed it. I moved back to O2 and I get faster speed and the offers are unbeatable IMHO having tried all of the different networks reward systems.

  2. Graeme says:

    Would it kill them to just get esim working on the Apple Watch, instead they’d rather work on utter fluff.

    1. kat says:

      agreed, literally being twats now

  3. Sam P says:

    Nobody ever has anything nice to say about Three eh?

    I’m loving life with unlimited 5G at 800mbps for £20 a month. Their customer service has been beyond amazing too. They screwed up a contract of mine back along but paid off the remaining balance of over £400 to allow me to start a new contract.

    1. Billy Nomates says:

      The problem with three is that there are exactly two states:

      1. So fast it’s unreal.
      2. So slow it doesn’t work.

      There is no in-between.

    2. Paul says:

      @Sam P

      How unlimited is unlimited these days though?

      800Meg downloads on your Unlimited 12Gb Three Plan?

      I remember signing up to unlimited data and having it removed by force from my plan for “using too much unlimited data” so naturally, extremely wary about ever going back to THREE.

  4. Damien says:

    It’s rubbish – Just making film buffs fat and lazy

    1. Sam P says:

      The fat and lazy will be fat and lazy with or without Three offers. To blame three is just…. Well.

  5. Jack says:

    EE could do with offering something similar in my opinion. You get next to nothing with them!

  6. Shaukat says:

    Just only yesterday I managed to get hold of unlimited data only sims from three business,5G enabled, at the price of 6GBP month inc VAT. Those are going into 5G routers ..

    Cost of 5G router about 400 quid. 60 quid for speeds of 200 to 500Mbs. Compare that to fixed broadband, it’ll pay for it self within a few months

    1. Anonymous says:

      I can’t find a deal for that price on their business website (which seems to be pretty flaky right now btw). I was paying that effectively after cashback but i’ve since left and i’m looking for a similar deal.

    2. Shaukat says:

      It was on chat with the business team, there are no data sims on their website at present, maybe it’s at the sales persons discrepancy as it has to be approved.

  7. Michael V says:

    This app is better than the last.
    I’m expecting good things.
    There’s been lots of new masts going up this year in Cardiff & upgrades to existing.
    Some good 5G coverage, faster LTE-A, more fuller coverage.
    But get coverage everywhere I go around South Wales anyway. Definitely the best network for me.

    1. Annoyed says:

      For Pay As You Go users who want to try 5G as a example and enjoy network standard stuff like WiFi calling me etc then Three really is the only option as their 5G coverage covers more places then other networks eg EE only offers 5G on Pay Monthly, Vodafone 5G is non existence unless you are in London and O2 only offer WiFi calling etc for Pay Monthly.

      Pretty much majority of places I travel to has Three 5G coverage except in my town where universal coverage isn’t yet available despite being the biggest population centre in Beds.

      Three are slowly improving but to expect a change over night like some of the Three haters here expect ain’t going to happen.

      There are other networks which are even worse then Three eg Vodafone 5G rollout which I don’t see get any slack at all.

  8. Bobcat says:

    Instead of wasting money on shitty no good apps how about sorting your f**King network out instead ..this company are a JOKE Yea you spend customers money on crap after all it ain’t like we pay you for a service is it .

  9. Jack says:

    Another destined failure in a few years maybe even months just like Wuntu.

  10. TrueFibre says:

    My honest opinion about 3 good fast reliable and stable mobile internet. But customer service is a joke they don’t understand English

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