Three's SIM-only deal of the month
3 Bill Pay Unlimited SIMO only from Three
Nowadays, more and more of us are looking for a deal with no restrictions, so we can talk, text and use our data as much as we want.
If that sounds like you, then Three’s Bill Pay Unlimited SIMO plan should work for you.
You’ll get unlimited minutes, texts and All You Can Eat data* for just €14.76 per month until December 31st 2020. Plus, you’ll get 60 international minutes/texts. Which means you never have to worry about talking or texting too much - and you can stream music and video to your heart’s content.
This is a 30-day SIM-only bill pay contract, so you’re not tied down to a lengthy deal, either.
* Direct debit required. Fair usage policy of 10,000 flexi-units per billing cycle for calls and texts. All you can eat data for use in ROI only. Registration required for 3plus.
Why choose Three?
- Three is the Irish data leader and only Irish network to offer customers All You Can Eat Data.*
- You can view your bill, change how you pay or update your account details easily online with My Three.
- You can get exclusive access to pre-sale tickets for the 3 Arena and exclusive discounts with 3Plus.
- Three offers free Three-to-Three calls between its 1.5 million customers, so if your friends or family are on the network, you can call them for free.
Switcher.ie Mobile Awards winner
At the 2020 Switcher.ie Mobile Awards, Three took home two awards for Best Mobile Phone Operator and Best Value Mobile Operator.
The Mobile Award winners were determined using a mix of in-depth consumer surveys, an expert judging panel, and customer ratings.
Three’s mobile network coverage
Three launched in Ireland in 2005, and is one of Ireland’s leading mobile networks.
Three operates 2G, 3G and 4G networks, with 99% coverage nationwide.
Can I keep my mobile number?
Yes, this is called ‘porting’ your number and is a huge benefit - it means you won’t have to communicate a new number to all your contacts. Your new provider can sort out moving your old number to your new network when you’re signing up.
Can I upgrade to a handset plan from a Three SIM-only plan?
With a 30-day SIM-only plan, you have the freedom to upgrade or change your plan at any time, without worrying about exit fees or charges.
You can check the available upgrades by logging into My Three.
How long will it take for my SIM to arrive from Three?
Once your order is confirmed, your SIM will be delivered by standard post within 1-3 working days.
What are the advantages of SIM-only deals?
SIM-only plans are cheaper than deals that include a phone. So, if you’ve paid off your phone - and are still happy with your handset - you’ll make a saving by switching to a SIM-only deal.
If you’re out of contract, you can also move to a SIM-only deal with your current provider, rather than rolling on your contract which includes the cost of your handset - although it’s worth noting that some networks will automatically move you to a plan-only price once your handset is paid off, so make sure to check with your provider.
SIM-only plans are also a good way to check how a new network performs without locking into a 2-year deal.
You could also decide to buy your phone outright, and then go for a SIM-only deal - it may work out cheaper than paying it back as part of your monthly mobile cost, but this will depend on your provider.
What do I need to switch to an Three SIM-only plan?
You can sign up to a Three SIM-only plan online - you’ll need your passport, drivers licence or EU National ID Card, as well as a €1 payment from your debit card.
Once you receive your SIM, you simply need to pop it into your phone. If you want to move your existing mobile number to Three, you just need to fill in the form on the Three website.
You may also need to contact your current mobile phone provider if you need to unlock your handset.
What is a SIM-only plan?
Basically, a SIM-only plan does exactly what it says on the tin - you’ll get a SIM card, with an allocation of data, texts and minutes, but the deal won’t include a phone. Because you’re not paying off the cost of a phone, SIM-only plans are generally cheaper, and so you will save money by going for one of these.