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Tip of the Week: 5 Days Left to Order

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The big day is quickly approaching. No, not December 25th! We’re talking about December 20th, the last day to place your order on Three's Online Shop to ensure you receive it on the time for the other big day 😊


Remember this time of the year is exceptionally busy for An Post and other couriers. The earlier you have in your order the better. When a phone is in stock we endeavor to have it out to you as soon as possible. To avoid disappointment the absolute latest for in stock phones and accessories is 3pm on Sunday December 20th.


Here are some tips and tricks to help you out when ordering your phone or accessory this Christmas.


  • Once shipped, you can track your phone order on using your order number, just drop the A from the end. SIM orders and accessories are not trackable.
  • Be sure that your SIM card will fit in your new phone if upgrading, if not you can order a replacement SIM during the ordering process.All about: SIM Replacements will guide you on how to activate your new SIM when you receive it.
  • Check out the special offers. You’ll see a tag on phones that are currently reduced and be sure to check out our fabulous Gift Guide for more info on what’s available this Christmas.
  • Do your research. Compare different phones using the ‘Compare’ feature on the online shop to decide which phone to go with.
  • Won’t be home to receive your order? Why not use the store pick up facility on the checkout page so you can pop in at your convenience to collect your phone. Don’t forget your ID and email confirmation!


Having difficulty choosing the best phone for you or your loved one? Your 3Community has got you covered - check out How to: Choose a New Phone for helpful pointers. Need help placing your order? Take a look at Online Orders and Returns andAll About: Upgrading your Bill Pay Phone. You’ll find a mine of information there.


Happy shopping and be sure to check out 3Community for any queries you may have. Can’t find your answer? Why not start a new topic?