Most UK mobile networks now offer an unlimited data plan, allowing you to download as much as you like. We compare unlimited data plans in the UK.
Whether you’re a heavy smartphone user or whether you just want the reassurance of never running out of data, most UK mobile networks now offer an unlimited data plan.
At present, it’s possible to get an unlimited data plan from thirteen UK mobile networks: BT Mobile, EE, giffgaff, iD Mobile, Lebara Mobile, Lycamobile, O2, SMARTY, Superdrug Mobile, Three, Virgin Mobile, Vodafone and VOXI. On all of these plans, you can stop worrying about how many gigabytes you’re using as you’ll never run out of data again in the middle of the month.
As a cheaper alternative to unlimited data plans, you can also consider a zero-rated data plan that gives you unlimited data for use on certain services. These are available in the form of EE’s Swappable Benefits, Three’s Go Binge, Virgin Mobile’s Data-Free Messaging and VOXI’s Endless Passes.
In this article, we’ll review and compare your options for an unlimited mobile data plan in the UK.
You’ll get 6 months of free Disney+ on your O2 SIM card or handset, or up to 6 months of other O2 Extras like Amazon Prime Video.
If you buy a Pay Monthly phone, SIM card or tablet from O2, you’ll get six months of free Disney+ included on your plan. This allows you to watch hours of on-demand content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic. You can watch the content on up to ten devices, including your smart TV, laptop, tablet and mobile phone.
As an alternative to getting Disney+, you can choose a different O2 Extra to add to your plan. Other extras currently available include a subscription to Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Music, Audible or Cafeyn. Depending on the plan you choose, you’ll either get an inclusive 3 month subscription or a 6 month subscription to your O2 Extra.
In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at O2 Extras and O2’s six months of Disney+ offer. We’ll look at the O2 Extras you can get on each price plan, what’s included, what isn’t included, and the price plans that will give you access to O2 Extras.
O2 offers unlimited data SIM cards from £33/month with inclusive hotspot, international roaming and 6 months of free Disney+.
In the UK, O2 currently offers unlimited data on their SIM cards and handsets, with prices starting from £33/month. You’ll get tethering and personal hotspot included on your plan, along with 6 months of free entertainment on Disney+. You’ll also get access to O2’s 5G mobile network and to international roaming in 75 destinations at no extra cost.
In this article, we’ll review unlimited data on O2, including the price plans currently available and the benefits of choosing unlimited data on O2. We’ll then compare O2’s unlimited data plans to rival mobile networks before looking at the coverage you can expect and how to keep your current phone number.
TalkTalk offers Faster 150 Fibre along with Future Fibre and Ultra Fibre Optic full fibre broadband plans.
If you’re looking for a faster alternative to TalkTalk’s regular home broadband service, they currently offer Faster 150 Fibre and Faster 300 Fibre in around 2.8 million homes. This uses G.fast technology which is a step in between regular fibre broadband and full fibre. TalkTalk have also started to roll out two full fibre services: Future Fibre in 3 million homes across the UK and Ultra Fibre Optic in 54,000 homes across Yorkshire.
In this article, we’ll review TalkTalk’s G.fast and full fibre broadband plans. We’ll start by comparing the broadband plans available as well as the download speeds available on each one. We’ll then look at where the service is available before comparing TalkTalk’s home broadband plans to those from rival providers.
Three offers inclusive international roaming in 71 destinations including most of Europe, the USA, Australia, Brazil, Singapore and more.
Three offers an international roaming package called Go Roam for its UK-based customers (previously known as Feel At Home). For customers on an eligible plan, there’s no extra cost for using your mobile phone abroad in 71 destinations. This means you’re able to use your normal UK allowances including your minutes, texts and mobile data at no extra cost.
The Go Roam service makes Three an attractive mobile network for anyone who wants to continue using their smartphone when abroad. You’ll be able to use all of your normal smartphone applications whilst travelling abroad including social media, instant messaging and maps. You’ll also be able to stay in touch with friends and family without the need to worry about how much phone calls will cost.
At present, you can get a SIM card from Three with access to Go Roam from only £5/month. You’ll also get access to 5G coverage at no extra cost inside the UK and access to Go Binge from £10/month. The offer is available on Three’s Pay Monthly, SIM-only, Pay As You Go, mobile broadband and 4G home broadband plans.
In this article, we’ll review Three’s Go Roam offer, including the countries it’s available in and the limitations of Go Roam. We’ll also look at the coverage you can expect in each country and how customers of other mobile networks can benefit from the offer. Finally, we’ll compare Go Roam to alternative roaming offers that are also available from other mobile networks.
Get a free SIM card for your mobile phone: Pay As You Go offerings compared from 19 UK networks.
Whether 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 required or upfront fees to pay. 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 usage.
Lycamobile offers Pay As You Go bundles from £7.50/month with low-cost international calls and coverage from O2.
In the UK, Lycamobile is a specialist provider of international phone calls. They offer Pay As You Go bundles from £7.50/month with 4G coverage from O2. Customers can buy a 30-day bundle with inclusive UK minutes, texts and data with certain bundles also including an allowance of 100 international minutes.
In this article, we’ll review Lycamobile’s UK service including the 30-day bundles and the bundle codes that can be used to buy them. We’ll also look at how Lycamobile compares to other mobile networks like Lebara Mobile and at the coverage that’s currently available on Lycamobile’s service.
Three’s Go Binge is available from £10/month and gives you unlimited data for use on Netflix, Apple Music, Snapchat and more.
In the UK, you can currently get a price plan from Three for as little as £10/month with access to Go Binge. This gives you unlimited data for use on selected TV and music streaming services including Netflix, TV Player, Soundcloud, Deezer and Apple Music. You’ll also get unlimited data for sharing on Snapchat.
Given you’ll normally need to pay at least £18/month for all-purpose unlimited data on Three, this is a good value option if you’re mainly looking for unlimited data on certain apps. You’ll also get unlimited minutes, unlimited texts, access to 5G at no extra cost and Go Roam.
In this article, we’ll review Three’s Go Binge service including how it works, what it includes and the limitations of the offer. We’ll also look at the cheapest price plans with Go Binge and what you can do if you want to use other services like iPlayer and YouTube. Finally, we’ll look at how you can keep your current phone number when moving to a Three price plan to take advantage of Go Binge.
Samsung has released the Aura Red version of the Galaxy S20+ exclusively on Vodafone. It’s available with £288 off and with a free pair of Galaxy Buds+ wireless earphones.
For the first time, Samsung has released the gorgeous Aura Red version of their Galaxy S20+ smartphone in the UK.
Available exclusively on Vodafone, the Samsung Galaxy S20+ Aura Red version offers an eye-catching design that’s bound to stand out. It also has cutting-edge specifications like a 64 megapixel camera, a 6.7-inch Quad HD+ screen and high-speed 5G connectivity on the Vodafone network.
Until the 30th July, the Galaxy S20+ Aura Red is available with a £288 discount on Vodafone’s unlimited data plans. You’ll also get a free pair of Galaxy Buds+ earphones (worth £159), allowing you to listen to music and to make phone calls without wires.
In this article, we’ll review the Galaxy S20+ Aura Red. We’ll take an in-depth look at the design of the device and at the special offer that’s currently available with unlimited data on Vodafone. We’ll also look at the Galaxy Buds+ offer and the price plans currently available on Vodafone.
Giffgaff is launching a £10 Golden Goodybag with 9GB data, plus unlimited minutes & texts.
In the UK, giffgaff is about to launch the £10 golden goodybag with 50% more data than on their regular £10 goodybag.
Members on the golden goodybag will get 9GB of data for £10/month (increased to 10GB per month from your third month onwards). You’ll also get unlimited minutes & unlimited texts on the £10 golden goodybag, but you’ll need to ensuring the recurring goodybag setting is switched on in your account to qualify.
The £10 golden goodybag will launch to new and existing giffgaff members on the 28th July. You can order a free SIM card from giffgaff’s website to take advantage of the offer. It’s expected that the offer will remain available until at least the 31st October, with giffgaff then making a decision on whether to extend it.
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In this article, we’ll review giffgaff’s golden goodybags, what you’ll get with it and how you can take advantage of goodybag. We’ll also look at the coverage available on giffgaff and how you can keep your current phone number when moving to the network.