Get 12GB of 5G data on Three for just £8

22 May 2020

Three 5G Sim offer

Three is usually one of the cheapest networks for 5G as it offers the super speedy tech at no extra cost, but right now it’s even cheaper than usual, as for a limited time only you can get a 12GB 12-month SIM Only plan for just £8 per month.

That’s down from a usual price of £16 per month, so it’s a massive 50% discount, netting you a saving of £96 over the life of the contract.

You also get unlimited minutes and texts, and this is an Advanced Plan, which means it includes all of Three’s premium extras such as the ability to roam at no extra cost in 71 international destinations – many of which are outside Europe.

Other extras that come with this plan include tethering support and Go Binge, which lets you stream as much content as you want from Apple Music, Netflix, Snapchat, SoundCloud, TV Player and Deezer without it coming out of your data allowance – so that 12GB will go even further. If you like the sound of this plan you should act fast, as the discounted price is only available until June 1st.

£12GB for only £8 deal

5G without limits

Or, if you want even more data, you can also currently get a 12-month SIM Only plan with unlimited 5G data (plus all the same extras) for just £18 per month. That’s down from £24 usually, so you’re saving £72 over the duration of the contract.

Of course, you’ll need a 5G phone to get the most out of this plan, but if you don’t already have one there are plenty available, including some surprisingly affordable options like the new Huawei P40 Lite 5G.

Then you’ll have all you need to enjoy 5G, and Three is a good place to be for it, as the network has more 5G spectrum than any rival network and its 5G coverage is rapidly expanding, with 68 towns and cities packing at least partial Three 5G coverage at the time of writing.

£12GB for only £8 deal

Sub-Editor at 5G.co.uk

James is sub-editor at both 5G.co.uk and TechRadar. Also works as a researcher/ technical writer for 5G.co.uk and several other websites including TechRadar, T3, Smart TV Radar, 3G.co.uk with work on the web, in print and on TV.

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