Three Removes All-in-One 15 From Their PAYG Add-On Options

August 21, 2015 - Written By John Anon

If you are in the UK, then there is a good chance that you may be a Three customer. They are one of the largest UK carriers and offer a range of affordable pricing plans for their pay as you go (PAYG) customers. That said, the latest from Three is that they are slightly curbing the variance of their PAYG plans, as they have now announced the ending of one of the Add-on plans, the All-in-One 15 Add-on. If you are new to Three’s All-in-One Add-ons, then these are ways in which you can convert your top-up credit into more cost-effective bundles which offer more than you might get from a typical top-up plan. Add-ons are available as soon as you top-up and can be purchased at any time during your normal billing cycle.

Therefore, if you are on the All-in-One 15 plan then you will have to consider which plan you will be changing to when your current plan expires. The remaining plans break down as follows. The All-in-One 10 Add-on will cost £10 and offers 100 minutes talk time, 3000 text and 50 MB data. Next up is the All-in-One 20 Add-on which offers 300 minutes talk, 3000 texts and All you can eat data for £20. The biggest of the remaining plans is the All-in-One 25 Add-on and this offers 500 minutes talk, 3000 texts and again all you can eat data. This one will set you back £25. All three of the Add-on allocations are good for thirty days.

In terms of the All-in-One 15 Add-on, Three have confirmed that this option finished on August 19th. As such, you already no longer can purchase it. Three also confirm that if you have recently purchased it, then you can continue until your current cycle finishes. Following this, you will then have to change to one of the other Add-ons above. If you are on the All-in-One 15, then chances are you will have received a text message about the closure of the plan. If not, you will be soon enough. Lastly, three have again confirmed that any of the mentioned Add-ons will still be usable when travelling and roaming abroad to the same 18 destinations that they were before.