How to get the best EE deals for students

How to get the best EE deals for new students

As a mum of two teens getting a good deal is what I do best! If you think toddlers are an expense just wait until your little ones are fully grown – keeping their allowance topped up as well as shelling out for things like an Uber at 1 am (well I’m not playing mum taxi at that hour!) The costs associated with teenagers can REALLY mount up. Of course, in an ideal world, once your teen comes of age and embarks on student life they are probably earning for themselves, this is when sensible money management really comes into play.

When children move away from home to live the student life accessible and affordable technology is so important for staying social, keeping in touch with family and indulging in a bit of box-set binge watching. But there are so many mobile phone and internet deals on the market it makes sense to do some research and find out the best on offer.

I asked my 18-year-old son, Lewis, what the most important thing for him was when it came to a mobile network provider and his answer was resolute: the data. There had to be enough and it had to be fast. He wanted to be able to use his mobile for calls and texts and also wanted a really good music streaming service as well as the capability to watch sports on the go.

I’ve teamed up with EE to find out about all the brilliant deals they are offering students, I’ve written an article on the EE site detailing the exciting launch of a brand new deal offering a 500MB data safety, FREE Apple music and a whopping 20% discount happening for students right now.

Head on over to the EE website to find out everything you need to know.

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Comments

    • Amy Treasure

      Written on 8th November 2017

      Reply

      It really is, isn’t it?! Yeah my teen kids have the big data packages, my eldest needs it especially with living away from home.

  • Lisa

    Written on 7th November 2017

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    As a mum of 2 under 2, I have all this ahead of me. Thankfully it will be a good few years yet!!

  • Cath - BattleMum

    Written on 7th November 2017

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    I have to admit I’m dreading my son growing up and becoming a teenager. I have an almost 18 year old nephew and just listening to the stories from my sister fills me with chills. He ran up a phone bill of €150 while visiting his Spanish grandparents two years ago for ONE week, which was money my sister didn’t really have. And it was all due to data!

    • Amy Treasure

      Written on 8th November 2017

      Reply

      Oh my good God that is a lot of money! Teens are very expensive but I think you get used to hunting around for good deals for them. I’m so impressed with what EE has to offer.

  • Talya

    Written on 7th November 2017

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    Data definitely has to be the king when it comes to teens – the new deals sound great off to have a look!

    • Amy Treasure

      Written on 8th November 2017

      Reply

      It is such an important factor isn’t it? Nothing worse than running out of data – I love the EE safety net for students, such a good incentive.

  • Emma

    Written on 7th November 2017

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    I’m with EE and I find their phone service to be a complete pain in the behind. I rarely have decent signal and people struggle to hear me on the phone if I’m at home. That said, their data packages are amazing and their 4G is really fast… when you can get it.

    • Amy Treasure

      Written on 8th November 2017

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      I’ve never had any probs with EE I love that I can use the 4G when I’m sitting in softplay etc. The data packages are absolutely incredible!

  • Fashionandstylepolice

    Written on 8th November 2017

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    Kids are so expensive. I am dealing with toddlers and they are super expensive not to talk of when they become teenagers. I was with EE some years ago. Good to hear about the new service.

  • Laura

    Written on 8th November 2017

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    It’s always great to find good deals, especially if they have a student job and are paying for the service themselves. There’s nothing more important than staying in touch with your friends when you’re a teenager x

  • Anna

    Written on 11th November 2017

    Reply

    I used to be with EE but I changed to Vodafone as their customer service is horrible, yes they do have good deals, but if you have a problem they are rude, slow and unprofessional. Never again.

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