Tesco Mobile Reviews
Product Type: Tesco in Telecommunications Services
Description:Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Phone Operators
Newest Review: ... 4444 to top up-----------------------free You might be able to find an old "lite" or "extra" sim card on ... more
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Customer Tesco Mobile Reviews (6)
by - written on 17/10/13 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I've had a phone on the Tesco Mobile network since 2008, before then I didn't have a mobile phone. I've gone from "pay as you go standard" to "pay as you go lite" and most recently to a £7.50-a-month "pay monthly" deal. Pay as You Go ========================================================================== If you have an unlocked phone, or a phone locked to the Tesco Mobile network, to sign up all you need to do is buy a sim card for 99p from a Tesco supermarket or a corner shop. Otherwise you just have to get your phone unlocked so that it can be used with any network's sim. This means either: Calling ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/11 (Very useful, 189 readings)
This summer my phone contract was coming to an end and so I started hunting around for a new deal. Now, in the past I have went for a cashback deal which usually results in a pretty good phone deal, however with a baby now, I was worried that this would be too much hassle and I wanted something straightforward. My old phone was never one that I particularly warmed to and so I was determined to get a new phone as well - something basic that allows me to phone and text (I really am not high tech at all!!). It was only after talking to a colleague that I found out about Tesco mobile and he told me that he was with them though on a pay as you go tariff. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/10 (Very useful, 141 readings)
When I was deciding which mobile phone to use and which network to take advantage of I didn't have a lot of money and so I opted for a really basic Nokia phone and Tesco as my call provider. I received a Tesco network sim card with my phone but I have since seen them sold separately for 99 pence so if you wanted to start using this Tesco service and your phone allowed you to, you could simply place one of these affordable cards in to your mobile. I have only ever used the phone in the UK but as far as I remember I have never struggled with reception and whenever I have had to contact customer services they have been helpful. Topping up your phone with credit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/12 (Useful, 66 readings)
I think this mobile network is the best out there. They do pay as you go and contract phones and both give you the best deals around: Pay-as-you-go- When you join up you can pick 5 of your favourite munbers that you can then send half price calls and texts to. The cost of normal calls and texts is around average although you can get it for less on certai packages in other networks. The best thing for me about tesco pay as you go is their triple credit reward, this happens once a month and watever you top up (up to £15) is tripled, thet means if you top up £15 you will get £45 credit, you have a month to use the extra credit but the extra credit is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/12 (Somewhat useful, 89 readings)
I've had an Orange Phone for a long time now (I reviewed this some time ago) using Orange's value promise. I recently decided that it was time for a change, and found that I could get a brand new phone from Tesco with a tariff of £7.50/ month (admittedly that's dearer than I usually paid monthly with Orange), however for this price I got a Samsung Galaxy Mini, 5000 texts, 250 minutes and 500 Mb data Every Month. A comparable tariff on Orange is at least £10 with much less minutes and texts. For me (who usually sends about 10 texts a month, and talks for perhaps 20 minutes) this is a bit of an overkill, however the phone itself also has Wi-Fi (I've got BT Broadband, so .. Read the complete review
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