Free Pay As You Go SIM Cards: Listed, Reviewed & Networks Compared

May 17th, 2017

Get a free SIM card for your mobile phone: Pay As You Go offerings compared from 18 UK networks.

Pay As You Go SIM CardWhether you’re a smartphone fanatic or someone who only uses their phone on an occasional basis, there are some great deals to be had when you order a free Pay As You Go SIM card in the UK.

The best Pay As You Go SIM cards offer super-low rates that can even rival Pay Monthly SIM cards in terms of value for money. To take advantage of the best offers currently available, simply order a free SIM card below and slot it inside your mobile phone. There are no credit checks or upfront fees. There’s also no need to set up a direct debit: simply top-up your SIM card when you need credit to pay for your airtime.

In the table below, we’ve reviewed free SIM card offers from 18 of the UK’s most popular Pay As You Go networks. We’ve included mainstream providers as well as low-cost alternatives and specialist Pay As You Go mobile networks for calling another country. We’ve also compared the cost of each network to help you with getting the best value for money.

  1. Changing mobile network? If you’re keeping the same phone but changing to another network, it might be necessary to first unlock your handset. We’ve got a step-by-step guide on unlocking an iPhone and unlocking a Samsung Galaxy handset.
  2. Coverage is identical on many mobile networks. Many networks share the same coverage provider: you’ll get identical levels of coverage when using any of these networks. To give an example, ASDA Mobile uses coverage from EE and giffgaff uses coverage from O2.
  3. Keeping your mobile number. If you’re changing mobile networks, it’s super easy to keep your current phone number. Once you’ve ordered your new SIM card, contact your old network and ask them for a PAC Code. You can then pass this on to your new mobile network and your phone number will be moved over on the next working day. For more information, see our guide to transferring your mobile phone number.

Free Pay As You Go SIM Card Offers

At present, ASDA Mobile is our top pick amongst the UK’s Pay As You Go offerings. They offer super-low rates and 99% coverage from the EE network.

ASDA Mobile
Most Popular: 52% of our readers choose to join ASDA Mobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB internet.
  • Rates: 8p/minute, 4p/text and 5p/MB internet (avg. 50p/day).
  • Uses the EE network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

ASDA Mobile is currently our recommended network for anyone who is looking for a free Pay As You Go SIM card. ASDA has 99% population coverage on EE’s 2G, 3G and 4G network.

For light users, ASDA Mobile charges 8p/minute and 4p/text. There are no regular monthly charges and your Pay As You Go credit won’t expire (you just need to use your phone at least once every 180 days).

For regular users, ASDA Mobile also has a competitive range of great value bundles. For instance, £10/month will buy you 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of 4G internet. This is four times as many minutes as you’ll get directly on EE and four times more data to use every month. To take advantage of the offer, you should order a free SIM card from the ASDA Mobile website.

Order ASDA Mobile SIM card (Free) »

Amongst readers of our website, giffgaff and 1pMobile are also highly popular choices. They both offer 4G internet and low Pay As You Go rates.

giffgaff
11% of our readers choose to join giffgaff*

  • £10 top-up buys: 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB internet.
  • Rates: 15p/minute, 5p/text and 5p/MB for mobile internet (avg. 50p/day).
    giffgaff-to-giffgaff calls, texts and video calls are free.
  • Uses the O2 network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

Giffgaff Goodybagsgiffgaff is another highly-popular Pay As You Go offering amongst readers of our website. A fully-owned subsidiary of O2, giffgaff gives its members the exact same coverage as customers on O2.

Most giffgaff members choose to buy a goodybag bundle. For instance, on the £10/month goodybag, you’ll get 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of 4G internet. This is twice as many minutes and four as much data as you’d get on the £10 Big Bundle from O2.

For lighter users, the £7.50 goodybag can give you even bigger savings (you’ll get 250 minutes, unlimited texts and 750MB of 4G internet). Alternatively, there’s a selection of goodybags with even more data (e.g. 5GB of data for £15/month or Always-On data for £20/month).

Members of giffgaff can call and text each other totally free of charge (all you need to do is to top-up your phone at least once every 3 months). giffgaff also has discounted rates for international calling.

Order giffgaff SIM card (Free) »

1pMobile

  • £10 top-up buys: Equivalent of 1000 minutes, 1000 texts or 1GB data.
  • Rates: 1p/minute, 1p/text and 1p/MB internet (avg. 10p/day).
  • Uses the EE network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

1pMobile is a fairly new Pay As You Go provider with an eye-catching tariff of 1p/minute, 1p/text and 1p/MB (the lowest rates of any network in the UK). The network provides 3G & 4G coverage from EE and is operated by the sister company to Utility Warehouse in the UK. Smartphone owners can buy a Data Boost bundle from £4/month.

A unique requirement of the service is you’ll need to top-up your phone at least once every 120 days. As the minimum top-up is £10 each time, this means you’ll need to top-up your phone with at least £30 of credit per year. 1pMobile offers automatic top-up functionality which you can use to make sure you meet the minimum top-up requirement.

Order 1pMobile SIM card (Free with £10 top-up) »

Other major Pay As You Go providers include:

EE
3% of our readers choose to join EE*

  • £10 top-up buys: 150 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB internet (Everything Pack)
    or 100 minutes, 1000 texts and 1GB internet (Data Pack).
  • Rates: 30p/minute and 12p/text. A bundle is required to access the internet.
  • Coverage: 99% population coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

EE Pay As You Go SIM CardEE currently offers 150 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of 4G data on their £10 Everything Pack (the allowances on your pack will last for up to 30 days).

For light users not buying a pack, calls will cost 30p/minute and texts will cost 12p each. Internet access is only available when you buy a Pay As You Go pack. The cheapest available pack is the £1/week Data Pack which gives you 100MB of internet to use on your phone (100MB = 0.1GB). For more information, please see our full review of EE Pay As You Go.

Order EE SIM card (Free with top-up) »

Tip: For £10/month, ASDA Mobile gives you 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data. This is 4x as many minutes and 4x as much data as going directly to EE. The coverage on ASDA Mobile is provided by EE. Find out more about ASDA Mobile.

O2
7% of our readers choose to join O2*

  • £10 top-up buys: 250 minutes, 1000 texts and 500MB internet (Big Bundles).
  • Rates: 5p/minute, 5p/text and 5p/MB for mobile internet (avg. 50p/day, Classic).
  • Coverage: 99% population coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

O2 currently offers a choice of three tariffs on Pay As You Go.

O2 Cat - SIM CardThe most popular option is their Big Bundles tariff. For £10/month, you’ll get 250 minutes, 1000 text messages and 500MB of 4G data.

Alternatively, light users can choose the Classic Pay As You Go or International SIM cards. On Classic Pay As You Go, you’ll pay 5p/minute, 5p/text and 5p/MB. Meanwhile, the International SIM card allows you to call abroad from 1p/minute.

Customers joining O2 Pay As You Go will also get access to discounts and offers through O2 Priority (e.g. a £1 lunch every Monday and a free hot drink from Caffè Nero most Tuesdays). For more information, you can read our review of the Big Bundles and Classic Pay As You Go SIM cards.

Order O2 SIM card (Free) »

Tip: For £10/month, giffgaff offers twice as many minutes, unlimited texts and twice as much data. giffgaff is owned by O2 and uses the O2 network for coverage. Find out more about giffgaff.

Three
10% of our readers choose to join Three*

  • £10 top-up buys: 100 minutes, 3000 texts and 1GB internet.
  • Rates: 3p/minute, 2p/text and 1p/MB internet (avg. 10p/day).
  • Coverage: 98% population coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

Three 321 Pay As You GoThree is one of the UK’s cheapest mainstream mobile networks for traditional Pay As You Go usage. They charge just 3p/minute, 2p/text and 1p/MB: a fraction of what other major mobile networks typically charge.

Regular users can save money by buying an ‘All In One’ bundle. Bundles start from £10/month for 100 minutes, 3000 texts and 1GB of internet, and can also be used abroad in 42 countries at no extra charge through the Feel At Home offer.

Importantly, it isn’t possible to use a 2G-only handset on Three. This is because Three doesn’t provide any 2G coverage. Rather, your handset will need to support at least 3G coverage.

Order Three SIM card (Free with £10 top-up) »

Vodafone
2% of our readers choose to join Vodafone*

  • £10 top-up buys: 150 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB internet (Big Value Bundle)
    or £10 credit (equiv. 33 minutes) and 500MB internet (Freebie Data).
  • Rates: 35p/minute, 14p/text and £2/day for mobile internet (up to 50MB).
  • Coverage: 98% population coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

Vodafone SIM CardVodafone offers a choice of Big Value Bundles on Pay As You Go. For instance, a £10/month top-up will give you 150 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of 4G internet. You’ll also get 10% of your top-up back through Vodafone Rewards (this can be exchanged for gifts like a free selfie stick).

Light users can save a bit of money by switching to a different tariff after receiving their Vodafone SIM card. Vodafone also offers the Freebie Minutes, Freebie Texts, Freebie Data and Freebie International Minutes tariffs. These four alternative tariffs will allow you to keep the credit you’ve topped up by. With each £10 top-up, you’ll get a free allowance of either 150 UK minutes, 1000 UK texts, 500MB of UK data or 60 international minutes.

Order Vodafone SIM card (Free) »

The following virtual network operators also provide a Pay As You Go service:

1pMobile

  • £10 top-up buys: Equivalent of 1000 minutes, 1000 texts or 1GB data.
  • Rates: 1p/minute, 1p/text and 1p/MB internet (avg. 10p/day).
  • Uses the EE network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

1pMobile is a virtual network operator using coverage from EE. The network charges just 1p/minute, 1p/text and 1p/MB: the lowest Pay As You Go rates currently available in the UK.

Customers joining 1pMobile need to be aware that a top-up of at least £10 is required every 120 days. If no top-ups are added to the account for more than 120 days, it will be closed automatically and your phone number will be lost.

Order 1pMobile SIM card (Free with £10 top-up) »

ASDA Mobile
52% of our readers choose to join ASDA Mobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB internet.
  • Rates: 8p/minute, 4p/text and 5p/MB internet (avg. 50p/day).
  • Uses the EE network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.
ASDA Mobile SIM Card 2017

You can order a free SIM card from the ASDA Mobile website.

For calling and texting, ASDA Mobile has some of the lowest rates available in the UK. They charge 8p/minute and 4p/text. Mobile internet is charged at 5p/MB. There’s no need to top-up every month, and your credit won’t expire providing your account remains active (you just need to use your phone at least once every 180 days).

Regular users can buy a bundle from ASDA Mobile for better value usage. For instance, £7/month will get you 300 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB of internet.

For £10/month, you’ll get 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of internet. This is probably the best value bundle currently available from a mainstream mobile network in the UK at present.

ASDA Mobile provides 2G, 3G and 4G coverage from EE. This gives them 99% population coverage.

Order ASDA Mobile SIM card (Free) »

Co-operative Mobile
0.6% of our readers choose to join Co-operative Mobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: 250 minutes, 3000 texts and 500MB internet.
  • Rates: 8p/minute, 4p/text and 10p/MB internet (avg. £1/day).
  • Uses the EE network. 99% coverage, 3G internet only, check coverage here.

The Co-operative Mobile charges 8p/minute, 4p/text and 10p/MB when you’re browsing the internet (this works out to be around £1/day if you’re using 10MB of data).

For regular users, it’s possible to buy an all-inclusive bundle from £5/month. The most popular bundle from Co-op costs £10/month and gives you 250 minutes, 3000 texts and 500MB of 3G internet.

As the Co-operative Mobile is owned by its members, customers will receive an annual dividend payment. In the most recent financial year (2015-2016), the dividend payment was equal to 1.5% of your VAT-exclusive spend (this is equivalent to a £1.50 dividend if you were to spend £10 every month). In previous years, members earned a dividend of 1.5% (2014-2015), 1.5% (2013-2014) and 2.5% (2012-2013).

Order Co-operative Mobile SIM card (Free) »

giffgaff
11% of our readers choose to join giffgaff*

  • £10 top-up buys: 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB internet.
  • Rates: 15p/minute, 5p/text and 5p/MB for mobile internet (avg. 50p/day).
    giffgaff-to-giffgaff calls, texts and video calls are free.
  • Uses the O2 network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

giffgaff is a low-cost mobile service running on the O2 network. They currently offer 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of 4G internet for £10/month. Heavy users can get 1000 minutes, unlimited texts and 5GB of 4G data for £15/month. For more information, please refer to the giffgaff website.

Order giffgaff SIM card (Free) »

iD Mobile
4% of our readers choose to join iD Mobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB internet.
  • Rates: 3p/minute, 2p/text and 1p/MB for mobile internet (avg. 10p/day).
  • Uses the Three network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

iD Mobile is a relatively new Pay As You Go mobile network from the Carphone Warehouse. Available since December 2016, the iD Mobile Pay As You Go service makes use of coverage from Three.

Customers on iD Mobile Pay As You Go will pay 3p/minute, 2p/text and 1p/MB. Alternatively, customers can convert their credit into a one-month bundle such as 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB of data for £10/month.

Order iD Mobile SIM card (Free with £5 top-up) »

Lebara Mobile
0.7% of our readers choose to join Lebara Mobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: 500 minutes, 100 texts and 1GB internet.
  • Rates: 15p/minute, 19p/text and 9p/MB internet (avg. 90p/day).
  • Uses the Vodafone network. 98% coverage, 3G internet only, check coverage here.

Lebara Mobile is a specialist provider of international calling. Using a Lebara SIM card, you can call abroad from 1p/minute. Alternatively, you can buy a 30-day bundle from £10/month with inclusive UK and international phone calls. Lebara offers 2G and 3G coverage from Vodafone (unfortunately, 4G coverage isn’t currently available on Lebara).

For more information, read our full review or see our side-by-side comparison of international calling rates.

Order Lebara Mobile SIM card (Free) »

Lycamobile
0.5% of our readers choose to join Lycamobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB internet.
  • Rates: 19p/minute, 19p/text and 12p/MB internet (avg. £1.20/day).
  • Uses the O2 network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

Lycamobile is another specialist provider of international calling. They offer international calls from 1p/minute and international text messages for 19p each. Domestic calls to a UK mobile are 19p/minute and texts to a UK mobile are 19p each. You can read our full review of Lycamobile here.

Order Lycamobile SIM card (Free) »

Orange

As of February 2015, it’s no longer possible to order a SIM card from Orange. Customers are instead advised to join EE Pay As You Go. EE has 4G connectivity and allows you to browse the internet from £1/week. Alternatively, ASDA Mobile gives you coverage from EE but at a much lower cost (8p/minute, 4p/text and 5p/MB).

Customers already on Orange Pay As You Go (e.g. on the Dolphin plan) can stay on the Orange network for as long as they like.

Order EE SIM card (Free) »

Talkmobile

As of April 2017, it’s no longer possible to order a Talkmobile SIM card. The service is due to close on the 31st August 2017. Existing customers have until the 30th June to top-up their account, and have until the 31st August to use up any remaining credit. Customers wanting coverage from Vodafone should now order a SIM card either from Lebara Mobile or directly from Vodafone.

Tello
8% of our readers choose to join Tello*

  • £10 top-up buys: 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB internet.
  • Rates: 5p/minute, 5p/text and 2p/MB internet (avg. 20p/day).
  • Uses the Three network. 98% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

Tello SIM CardTello is a low-cost mobile network using coverage from Three. They offer 4G coverage and allow you to build your own bundle from £4/month (you can choose how many minutes, how many texts and how much data you want on your plan). The W2T25 voucher code will give you 25% off your first monthly bundle.

Tello also has fairly competitive Pay As You Go rates both for calling inside the UK and for calling abroad. UK calls cost 5p/minute whilst international phone calls start from 1p/minute.

Order Tello SIM card (Free with £2 top-up) »

Tesco Mobile
1% of our readers choose to join Tesco Mobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: 500 minutes, 5000 texts and 1GB internet.
  • Rates: 25p/minute, 10p/text and 10p/MB internet (avg. £1/day).
  • Uses the O2 network. 99% coverage, 3G & 4G internet, check coverage here.

Tesco Mobile Rocket Pack BundlesTesco Mobile offers a choice of Pay As You Go tariffs: there’s Rocket Packs for frequent mobile users and Triple Your Credit for lighter users.

For regular users, you can buy a Rocket Pack bundle with calls, texts and internet from £5/month. The most popular Rocket Pack costs £10/month and gives you 500 minutes, 5000 texts and 1GB of 4G internet.

For lighter users not purchasing a Rocket Pack, Tesco Mobile has the Triple Credit tariff. Here, you’ll pay 25p/minute, 10p/text and 10p/MB. When you top-up your phone with £10, you’ll also get £20 of bonus free credit which will last for a month. For more information, please see our full review of Tesco Mobile Pay As You Go.

Order Tesco Mobile SIM card (Free) »

T-Mobile

As of February 2015, it’s no longer possible to order a T-Mobile SIM card. Customers wanting to join T-Mobile are instead advised to join EE. EE has 4G connectivity and offers Everything Pack bundles that are similar to the Smart Packs previously offered by T-Mobile.

Customers already on T-Mobile can stay on their existing plan for as long as they like.

Order EE SIM card (Free) »

Vectone Mobile
0.3% of our readers choose to join Vectone Mobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: Equivalent of 52 minutes or 52 texts.
  • Rates: 19p/minute, 19p/text and 9p/MB internet (avg. 90p/day).
  • Uses the EE network. 99% coverage, 3G internet only, check coverage here.

Vectone Mobile is a specialist provider of international calling. See our international calls price comparison table to see how Vectone Mobile compares to rival networks.

Order Vectone Mobile SIM card (Free) »

Virgin Mobile
1% of our readers choose to join Virgin Mobile*

  • £10 top-up buys: £10 airtime (equiv. 28 minutes), 3000 texts and 1GB internet (Big Data & Texts)
    or 120 minutes, unlimited landline calls and £10 airtime (equiv. 83 texts) (Big Talk)
  • Rates: 35p/minute, 12p/text and £2/day internet (up to 200MB).
  • Uses the EE network. 99% coverage, 3G internet only, check coverage here.

Virgin Mobile offers a choice of two Pay As You Go tariffs. The ‘Big Data & Texts’ tariff will give you 3000 texts and 1GB of internet lasting for a month when you top-up by £10. You’ll also be able to keep your £10 of credit. The ‘Big Talk’ tariff gives you 120 mobile minutes and unlimited landline calls for the next 30 days.

Order Virgin Mobile SIM card (Free) »

For more information about any of the tariffs listed on this page, please click through to the mobile network’s website. Our recommended deals are currently to order a free SIM card from ASDA Mobile or to order a free SIM card from giffgaff.

If you’re asked to specify the size of SIM card required in your phone (e.g. Standard SIM, Micro SIM or Nano SIM), please see our guide to smartphone SIM card sizes.

The “£10 top-up buys” calculation is based on a user who tops up by £10 every month. If you top up less regularly than once every month, your allowances may run out before the next top-up.

* Statistics on mobile network chosen by readers of this article. Based on the number of Free SIM click-throughs from the 15th February 2017 to the 14th May 2017.

** Mobile internet charges. For networks that charge on a per-megabyte basis, we have given the average daily data cost for a smartphone user consuming 10MB of data. If you’d like to create a custom comparison using a different estimate, you can enter your own estimated data figure on our interactive Pay As You Go price comparison table.

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  1. James said:

    I have been looking at your review which have come in very handy, so thanks for that.

    I have a couple of quick questions, I have recently been stung by not putting a chargeable transaction on PAYG sims via O2 that I use for work I thought that sending txts out on the sim would of done this but obviously not..

    We do not use them for calling out on only for sending txt messages fairly infrequently. I noticed that you have recommended Asda mobile, having had a quick look I can see that the coverage is decent for what I need it for in my area but I cannot find the PAYG deal. Only the bundle deal which I do not need.

    Does the credit sit on the account until one uses it or until 6-9 month period if you have not used the sim it gets cancelled? Is sending txts a chargeable transaction as I don’t want to go ahead a put credit on the sims to find out I loose them if we haven’t used them within a certain time period.

    Also do you have a link to the PAYG sim i am looking for?

    Thanks

    1. Ken replied:

      Hi James,
      Many thanks for your comment. There’s more information here about the conditions for keeping your SIM card active. I’m unsure why O2 closed your account if you made a chargeable text message (their T&Cs simply require you to “carry out any chargeable activity at least once in any 6 month period”).
      With regards to ASDA Mobile, you can order a free SIM card here. ASDA has a traditional Pay As You Go product where you pay 8p/minute, 4p/text and 5p/MB (more info here or see the list of rates on the official ASDA website). If you’re a regular mobile user, you can buy a 30-day bundle but this is optional and is only recommended if you regularly use your handset.
      On ASDA, you’ll need to make a chargeable activity at least once every 270 days to keep your SIM card active (outgoing phone calls will be suspended after 180 days to remind you to keep the SIM card fully active). As long as you make a chargeable activity once every 270 days, your credit will not expire.
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

  2. Adriana said:

    Hi Ken,

    Do you happen to know if there is a network on which you don`t need to top-up the sim card in order to activate it? If not, which network offers the cheapest sim activation top-up? I am really just looking to have a uk sim card so I can receive calls/text on it.

    Thanks a lot,
    Adriana

    1. Ken replied:

      Hi Adriana,
      Many thanks for your comment. Unfortunately, I don’t have a full list of which mobile networks allow this, but I know for certain you should be fine to use the SIM card without an initial top-up on ASDA Mobile (they’ll even give you a free allowance of 10 minutes, 10 texts and 10MB to test out the SIM card). Longer term, you’ll need to use the SIM card at least once every 270 days in order to keep it active so you’ll eventually need to add some money to the SIM card (even if it’s just a fiver for the occasional call or text).
      Some other mobile networks also allow you to do this, whereas others will require you to top-up before the SIM card is activated.
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

  3. Neil said:

    Hi Ken
    Thanks for such a useful site.
    I have just ordered an emergency only phone for when I’m out hiking and kayaking and Im look for a classic Pay as You go SIM card. I have just ordered a giffgaff SIM, but it seems to be only for pay monthly deals.
    What would be your advise for the best and cheapest SIM that will carry over every month until it runs out.

    As this is an emergency only phone it may not be used for months at a time and a pay monthly deal would be a waste of money.

    Best regards
    Neil.

    1. Ken replied:

      Hi Neil,
      Many thanks for your comment. My recommendation would be to order a free SIM card from ASDA Mobile. You can use it with no regular charges (you’d just Pay As You Go at 8p/minute, 4p/text and 5p/MB). The only requirement is you use the SIM card at least once every 270 days (ideally once every 180 days) so in theory, you can get away with sending just two texts per year (costing you a grand total of 8p per year!).
      On giffgaff, it is also possible to use Pay As You Go without buying regular 30-day bundles. You’ll pay 15p/minute, 5p/text and 5p/MB.
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

    2. Neil replied:

      Hi Ken
      Thanks for your help and perfect reply and once again thanks for such a great site.

      Neil.

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