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- Item model number: 300009343
- ASIN: B00FSDAMT8
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Feb. 2013
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (685 customer reviews)
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EE 4G 6GB Pay As You Go Mobile Broadband Combi Sim (Discontinued by manufacturer)
|Price:||£14.99 FREE UK delivery.|
- Pre-loaded with 6Gb of superfast 4GEE data
- Combi SIM - either use as Micro or Standard SIM types
- The 4GEE network is big and fast and getting better all the time
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Put in my Portable WiFi - (Huawei E5372 4G SIM Free Mobile WiFi UK).
Powered up and connected my PC to the created Network at 4G speed.
Opened up Firefox - It connected to the Registration page - completed Registration page and added to my other other EE accounts.
Simple as simples go.
Very happy - confirmed on the web account page that there is indeed 6Gb Data and 90 days of useage.
Ran a speed test using - www.broadbandspeedchecker.co.uk and managed download speed of 101Mb (Yes 101Mb). Compared to my home broadband speed of 6Mb.
I spend a lot of time travelling the UK - Using my portable Broadband coupled with the EE SIM ensures I can nearly always get internet connection. In case of poor EE signal - I insert my giffgaff SIM (runs on O2 network).
EE 4G coverage is getting better and I am an avid user now.
EE SIM also works in my iPhone 6 which can be setup as a wifi hotspot - but the speed is restricted by the iPhone to about 30Mb compared to my mobile bradband.
I dont top up the SIMs when the DATA has expired. SOOOooooo much cheaper to buy another prepay SIM.
Hope above makes sense - and helps
1. Put the sim card into your device.
2. Connect to the network.
(I don't know how this works on other devices but on a Windows tablet like my Nokia Lumina 2520 then you swipe in from the right and tap settings, connections (network signal icon), tap EE under mobile broadband and tap connect)
3. Open your web browser. Navigate to any website and you will be redirected to the EE activation page.
4. Follow the very quick and easy instructions to activate and voilà you have 6GB of incredibly fast 4G for 90 days.
I was able to download an entire film in just 6 minutes I was amazed at how fast it is in my 4G tablet! I will definitely be buying again as this costs a LOT more direct from EE. Best tablet ever now has the best mobile broadband to go with it!
1. Disabled WiFi on iPad and powered off device, Inserted Sim Card.
2. Signed in to iPad and could see that I had a EE 4G signal, launched Safari and waited. . . and waited. . . and waited for activation page to appear, nothing happened page timed out, tried several times same result. feeling frustrated I closed Safari.
3. Launched chrome instantly got onto the activation page, completed details and Sim is now activated and working like a dream.
Maybe the problems others have experienced are similar to mine, Safari just could not get to the activation page, one reason why Chrome worked is because chrome has 'flash' built into the browser, one things for sure, if I hadn't had Chrome I would have thought there was something wrong with the SIM card and got all huffy, not the case, hope this proves helpful to others.
6GB of data for a period of 90 days has to be a bargain, especially if you can get the card for £15.99.
4g is better than 3g. Anyone thinking otherwise might like to revisit quill pens. Coverage is inevitably better near cities than on top of the Pennines. Used as a mobile wifi hotspot I can drive pretty much anywhere with passengers piggybacking onto it and so far it has coped with two simultaneous film streams, a browser and google maps. All at the same time. Last month my domestic internet system went down. And I simply used this as my home internet provider until the home system was mended. In practice I could barely tell any difference in the speed of my home computers access to the world. In fact, when TalkTalk went down I hadn't even noticed until the tablet was left in the car and the car was left down the street.
But I can't get any signal at all when at the top of the Snake Pass `twixt Sheffield and Manchester and even nearer the sky. But how cool is this...telling a new passenger they can log in and the wifi password is my cars Registration plate number!!!! But it also works just a standalone device in a tablet. (See below about phone calls).
First time setup is odd. It tells you you have no credit available. I have now had this card from two different providers and both give simple instructions to get past this. (The card is telling you you have no phone credit. It very quickly agrees you have 6GB data.
My partner has a monthly 2GB a month. If she goes above her 2GB it costs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
All 3 sim cards did not work properly. 2 linked through to give 500 MB from EE but found an old SIM which I reactivated with EE for £20 for 4GB. Read morePublished 2 days ago by RuthA
Sim arrived quickly. Very easy to get mobile broadband up and running. Have 6GB mobile Data to use over 90 days. Will definitely order again.Published 5 days ago by chris
Having bought a cellular-capable iPad Mini, I wanted an affordable 4G sim for occasional surfing and the like whilst out and about. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Mr. John T. Clark