by EE Community Team
EE Community Team

Grab your student discount here

We know what it’s like; beans on toast for dinner, the cheapest loo roll you can find, and your data running out half way through an assignment. Well, we can help with one of those things.

 

Whether you’re already with us, or are ready to switch from your old network, you can get a 500MB data safety net – that’s an extra 500MB of data added to your plan every month absolutely free.

 

We’ll also give you 20% off your monthly phone plan (so you can save up for some real food), and six months of Apple Music for free (Ts & Cs apply) – because we’re nice and we know you’re working hard.

 

What’s more, once you’re a fully-fledged UNiDAYS member, you’ll get even more student discounts on high street brands like H&M, Office, Asics and New Look.

 

So, if you’re a student, what are you waiting for? Register for UNiDAYS to unlock our great student offer. Or if you know any students at a UK university, let them know – they’ll love you for it.

 

 

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4 REPLIES
by hel_is_heaven
Explorer

Re: Grab your student discount here

Hiya,
Yes I asked them but they said they have had trouble with getting recognised with Unidays as it's specialist college.
Unidays have not accepted them.
Does EE have any plans to include the discount for the NUS?
Kind regards
Helen

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by hel_is_heaven
Explorer

Re: Grab your student discount here

Why doesn't EE take NUS discount? My college is not registered with Unidays but it is registered with NUS. What can I do about this??

Thanks

Helen

by
EE Community Support Team

Re: Grab your student discount here

Hi @hel_is_heaven

 

Welcome to the community. Smiley Happy

 

We only have an agreement with UNiDAYS at the moment. Have you raised this with your college?

 

Chris

by
EE Community Support Team

Re: Grab your student discount here

OK, thanks.

 

We don't have any plans at the moment, @hel_is_heaven.

 

We'll post an update here if anything changes.

 

Chris

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