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23-03-2018, 19:41   #1
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Three Bill Pay Trio SIM offer for iD customers

Just ported 2 phones to this today

Special Offer
iD customers bringing their number to Three get this plan for €5 per month for 12months (from your second bill), €30 per month thereafter. Terms and conditions apply.

Enjoy free 4G access, All You Can Eat Data*, unlimited Three to Three calls, flexi units to any ROI network and while roaming in EU with a flexible 30 day rolling contract whilst keeping your existing phone and number. Compatible with Nano, Micro and Mini sim devices.

Can’t argue with the price, I have no experience of 3 so fingers crossed.

Edit. Tethering working also for me.

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23-03-2018, 22:30   #2
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23-03-2018, 22:44   #3
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Just ported 2 phones to this today

Special Offer
iD customers bringing their number to Three get this plan for €5 per month for 12months (from your second bill), €30 per month thereafter. Terms and conditions apply.

Enjoy free 4G access, All You Can Eat Data*, unlimited Three to Three calls, flexi units to any ROI network and while roaming in EU with a flexible 30 day rolling contract whilst keeping your existing phone and number. Compatible with Nano, Micro and Mini sim devices.

Can’t argue with the price, I have no experience of 3 so fingers crossed.

Edit. Tethering working also for me.
If you do this in a carphone warehouse store they will also give you €20 credit to use instore for each number you port. https://www.carphonewarehouse.ie/id-switchers
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23-03-2018, 23:24   #4
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Pretty annoying it's only for iD customers
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24-03-2018, 02:17   #5
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What is a 30 day rolling contract? E.g. can you leave after 10 months? Also, what is the charge for the first bill?
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24-03-2018, 04:45   #6
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Can’t argue with the price, I have no experience of 3 so fingers crossed.

Seeing as ID was utilising the Three network then I think you'd plenty of experience.
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24-03-2018, 09:09   #7
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Basically it's a discount offer after the first month.
First month is €30, and then it's a fiver.
So, its €85 for the year.

You can leave at any point once you give 30 days notice. So, you must let them know one billing month ahead.
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Damn it. I already switched to Lycamobile. Seems like a good deal.
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24-03-2018, 11:49   #9
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How many flexi units? No mention of calls or texts other than the free 3 - 3 calls, so that is important
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How much call mins do you get when not calling another 3 customer?
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24-03-2018, 12:19   #11
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Checked out would it apply if porting from a network other than ID and it doesn't
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24-03-2018, 12:50   #12
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Checked out would it apply if porting from a network other than ID and it doesn't
Can you port from your current network to ID and then port again to 3?
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ID are no longer operating
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How many flexi units? No mention of calls or texts other than the free 3 - 3 calls, so that is important
Unlimited Flex Max SIM Only has 10,000 units.
One unit is one minute of calls or two SMS texts.

You're giving and allowance of 3,000 minutes for Three to Three calls.

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How much call mins do you get when not calling another 3 customer?
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ID are no longer operating
They are still operating, but are not accepting new customers. Existing customers have until April 6th to select a different network.
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Is the CPW offer with 20€ credit only online or instore as well? As my partner went there and switch but no one said anything about credit.
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