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Tesco Mobile Free credit giveaway
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Old 06-02-2009, 10:37 AM
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Default Tesco Mobile Free credit giveaway

Hello everyone,

I was about to top up my Tesco Mobile phone when I noticed this offer:

Top up £10 and get £10 free credit
Top up £15 and get £30 free credit
Top up £20 and get £40 free credit


BUT its says you MUST FIRST:Visit for more info

I hope this helps and if you're not on Tesco Mobile (run by O2 I think then SIM cards are only about £5)

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Old 06-02-2009, 7:47 PM
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asda mobile is better 8 pence a call per minute to any landline or any mobile, 4 pence a text, plus the simcard is only 49 pence.

Tesco double wahtever credit you have but calls are 20 pence a minute and 10 pence a text.

asda mobile use vodfone network aswell so the coverage os good.
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Old 06-02-2009, 8:11 PM
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You can get a Tesco Mobile SIM card for free at the moment at -

Also my brother has Tesco Mobile - and while the call charges are 20p/min and 10p/text. You get half price calls and text to 5 nominated "favourite" numbers. So for 5 numbers you get 10p/min calls and 5p/texts. I always find it's generally the same people you keep texting a lot, so coupled with the extra credit deal, then I think this offer isn't bad, even compared to Asda's offer.

I'm with Orange currently, but I don't know if I can be bothered changing! I'd like to keep my current number, so it would probably involve phoning up and stuff, instead of just simply stuffing the SIM in!
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Old 07-02-2009, 10:04 AM
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be careful as I think the free credit doesnt carry over each month,i changed to lycamobile as their offers are good and lyc to lyca is free and free texts and very cheap calls to abroad .
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