* Your EE monthly price plan charge will increase every year in March by the rate of most recently published RPI. Other prices, such as call charges and roaming costs, may also go up during your plan.
* Your Three monthly package price plan will increase every year in May by the amount up to the RPI rate, published in the February that year. Price includes £5 monthly discount for paying by recurring method, such as direct debit.
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Samsung Galaxy J3 gives you the full picture, on a bright, detailed 5-inch HD display. It’s what you want for enjoying your media content, browsing Facebook and Twitter, and flicking through photo albums.
All the room you need
With 8GB as standard for Samsung Galaxy J3, you should have plenty of space for your photos, music and apps. But if you need extra storage, upgrade it using a microSD card up to a massive 128GB.
Created to simplify your mobile phone experience, Easy Mode enhances the size of icons, and reduces the number of them, so it’s easier to find what you’re looking for. It also makes app interactions more straightforward.
It’s impossible to go over your data allowance! Once the data limit is reached, data usage will
stop and a message will prompt the user to buy an add-on. Once an add-on has been purchased, all members will receive a message
that they may continue to use data.
All members of a Shared Plan can keep track of the data usage via their EE account. Text messages will also be sent when the
shared data limit is close to being reached.
If children are on your Shared Plan you can restrict what content they see on their devices, meaning they are safe from viewing
inappropriate and adult content by mistake. This can be done by logging into the My Account section and selecting Usage
If all devices are in the same roaming zone then you can share your data allowance simply by purchasing a single roaming data
add-on. If all devices are in different roaming zone, you will need to buy a separate add-on for each.
If one device s in the UK and the other is abroad, the UK device will not be affected but the roaming device will require an