13-01-2018 09:54 PM
My contract is due for upgrade at the end of jan 2018. I don’t want a new phone but to go sim only.
If I get the cheapest 1 month rolling sim (and pay that until my contract is up in March) can I get my phone unlocked and put another network sim in (it’s cheaper to pay for 2 contracts for 3 months)??
13-01-2018 09:59 PM
You can just apply using the Unlocking your device form as the Pay Monthly option and giving the mobile number that it came with.
13-01-2018 10:30 PM - edited 13-01-2018 10:31 PM
Hello @Georgia0206 your Apple iPhone should already be unlocked. Any Apple devices purchased on or after 1st November 2015 will automatically be unlocked after 21 months:
You can check by trying a none EE SIM card in the device.
14-01-2018 08:48 AM - edited 14-01-2018 08:50 AM
@Georgia0206 If you intend to have your number moved to this new contract you can’t if you wish to pay it of over 3 months as it will close the old contract forcing you to pay off the rest of the minimum term in full.
Quick questin how is is paying for 2 contracts cheaper. ?
14-01-2018 08:52 AM
@Chris_B I was planning to have a new number until my EE contract expires when I can get the PAC code to swap my number over.
My contract at the moment is £37. I can get the most basic EE 1 month rolling sim which is £13.99 (which I wouldn’t actually use) and plan on getting a sim from three for £9... paying both of those totals to less than my phone contract at the moment.
14-01-2018 08:54 AM
You can not use a PAC to port a number within the same network.
You can either downgrade the old contract to PAYG then request the number be moved from PAYG to your new SIM only plan or you can port the number out of EE then back in.
14-01-2018 08:56 AM
I won’t be. I’ll keep my current number on the sim only plan with EE until March when my contract expires. Then I will port my number to three.
14-01-2018 08:59 AM - edited 14-01-2018 08:59 AM
Then there is a high chance you will not be coming back. Three are the King of SIM only plans and will probably offer you a deal that EE could never match when you try to port back.
14-01-2018 09:10 AM - edited 14-01-2018 09:10 AM
Anything EE 'says' should be taken with a pinch of salt.
I hope you are able to work out a plan that suits you.
by Zatchlas 09-11-2017