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Unlimited data SIM only deal: Three's half price offer will be ending soon

We're starting to think Three might be getting a bit greedy. First, it took the number 1 spot in our SIM only deal guide with a brilliant unlimited data plan, then it followed straight up with a second unbeatable unlimited data offer, beating out all of the competition twice over.

However after a month or so of pure unlimited data domination, Three has now announced an end date for that second offer, setting a countdown for February 4. That means for anyone tempted by the idea of unlimited data for just £10 a month will have to act fast.

Of course, for anyone who hasn't already heard about this SIM only deal, £10 a month sounds too good to be true. That's because those costs last for 6 of the 24 months of the contract, going back up to £20 after that.

While this is obviously an exceptional offer and we'll be sad to see it go, it's not all doom and gloom. No end date has yet to be set for Three's unlimited for £18 a month offer, which for some will actually be the better of the two.

  • Compare all of the best SIM only deals available right now

Three's half price SIM only deal promotion:

Three's £18 a month unlimited SIMO:

Why should you choose Three Mobile?

If you haven't already been won over by this amazing offer from Three then you'll be excited to hear that the network doesn't shy away from offering up some extra incentives as well.

Whether that be free exclusive prizes or extra roaming. You can see all of the best parts of a Three SIM only deal or Three mobile deals down below.

  • Wuntu – Exclusive offers and freebies with Three's rewards app
  • Go Roam – Roaming abilities in 71 worldwide countries at no extra cost
  • Travel Swagger – Get travel upgrades with Easyjet with bag drop and early boarding

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