If the student discount belongs to college student (under 18) but the bill payer for the students sim only card is the parent does this mean the discount is still valid or not? Thanks
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Our 20% monthly student discount is available to new and upgrading customers only, and you must be a University student. If you’re already with us, check if you’re eligible to upgrade by logging in to My EE.
To get a discount code, visit ee.co.uk/unidays.
You'll need to be a verified member of UNiDAYS, but you’ll be able to register on this page.
Available to UNiDAYS verified students, registered with a UK university.
One single use code per person and per customer account.
Student offers cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion, offer or discount that is provided by us or a third party, including cash back promotions.
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And so if my college is linked to my unidays I can't use the code because i have to be at uni am I right? The code still appears to me though ? And what I am saying is if the sim card is for me but the parent is the bill payer that won't work?
You have to be a UNiDAYS verified member to be valid for discount and the EE account holder.
Please see the UNiDAYS website for further information.
Here is some key information...
"UNiDAYS verified members only, registered with a university in the United Kingdom, are eligible for a 20% discount off a 4GEE pay monthly consumer price plan (excluding 4GEE Max plans eligible for annual upgrades, promotional SIM Only and 30 Day SIM Only plans, mobile broadband, tablet and 4GEE WiFi plans).
Offer available to new and eligible upgrading customers directly from ee.co.uk only. You must provide us with your UNiDAYS code before placing your order.
Discounts cannot be applied retrospectively.
One code per person.
The code can be used once and the discount applied to one eligible price plan only."