BT Mobile offers SIM cards & handsets with inclusive BT Sport, a £5/month BT Broadband discount and optional Family SIM discounts.
In the UK, BT Mobile offers SIM cards and handsets with 99% population coverage from EE. You can get a BT Mobile SIM card for as little as £5/month, with a range of Family SIM offers and Pay Monthly handsets also available.
Some of the key features available on the BT Mobile network include access to the BT Sport app on eligible price plans costing £15/month or more (£20/month or more if you’re not a BT Broadband customer). You’ll also get a £5 monthly discount as a BT Broadband customer, along with double data if you’re a BT Halo customer. 5G coverage is also available on BT with a range of 5G-ready phones.
In this article, we’ll review the BT Mobile service. We’ll start by looking at the products they offer including SIM-only deals, Family SIM and Pay Monthly phones. We’ll then look at the key features of BT Mobile before investigating the coverage available and how you can keep your current phone number when moving to BT.
O2 offers Big Bundles on Pay As You Go with unlimited minutes & texts from £5/month. An allowance of 4G data is available from £10/month.
In the UK, O2 has updated their Pay As You Go bundles with a range of plans now starting from a £5/month for unlimited minutes & unlimited texts. For a £10 monthly top-up, you’ll additionally get 6GB of data. This increases to 15GB of data for £15 and 100GB of data for £30.
Customers on O2 Pay As You Go can also benefit from rollover of unused data, access to the O2 Priority app and £10 of free credit when signing up to the service.
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In this article, we’ll review O2’s Pay As You Go service and the Big Bundles that are available on it. We’ll start by looking at the price plans and features available, before comparing O2’s Big Bundles to those available on other networks. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage on O2 and how you can keep your current phone number when moving to the service.
Samsung’s Galaxy S20 is a powerful 5G phone with the latest camera technology and a super-sharp Quad-HD+ display.
If you’re looking for a high-end 5G-ready smartphone, one of your primary contenders at the moment should be Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series.
The Galaxy S20 devices have cutting-edge cameras that allow you to take professional-looking photos at a resolution of up to 108 megapixels. You’ll also get a super-sharp Quad HD+ screen using Samsung’s trademark AMOLED technology for a rich and vibrant viewing experience. Samsung’s smartphones also lead the market with their support for 5G, with over half of all 5G smartphones last year being made by Samsung.
Until the 30th July 2020, Vodafone is offering a £288 discount on the Samsung Galaxy S20+ when you take it on their Unlimited Max price plan. You’ll get access to 5G coverage with the fastest available download speeds on Vodafone’s network. You’ll also get a free pair of the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ earphones included, which is worth an additional £159 of value (giving a total saving of £447). The plan also includes access to VeryMe Rewards and Vodafone’s Global Roaming Plus (with inclusive roaming in 81 destinations).
In this article, we’ll review and compare the handsets in the Samsung Galaxy S20 family including the Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S20+ and the Galaxy S20 Ultra. We’ll also look at key features of the handsets including the camera, display, network connectivity, design and software.
Sky offers Essential, Superfast and Ultrafast fibre broadband plans with the Sky Hub router and an optional Broadband Boost add-on.
In the UK, Sky offers three home broadband plans: Essential Broadband (with average download speeds of 11Mbps), Superfast Broadband (with average download speeds of 59Mbps) and Ultrafast Broadband (with average download speeds of 145Mbps). Customers are supplied with a Sky Hub router.
In addition to their core home broadband service, you can add Sky Broadband Boost for an extra £5/month. This gives you additional features like a guaranteed wi-fi connection in every room and the Sky Broadband Buddy parental controls.
In this article, we’ll review Sky Broadband in the UK. We’ll start by comparing the three types of plan: Essential, Superfast and Ultrafast Broadband. We’ll then look at the provided Sky Hub router and at the optional Broadband Boost service you can add to your plan. We’ll also look at the download speeds and availability of Sky’s broadband service.
EE offers Pay As You Go Packs with a summer data offer, rollover of unused data and a free boost every quarter.
EE has revamped their line-up of Pay As You Go bundles with a range of new Pay As You Go packs from £5/month. You’ll get access to EE’s 4G mobile network along with data rollover and a free boost for each quarter you stay.
The most popular bundle on EE is their new £10 bundle. This includes 100 minutes, unlimited texts and 4GB of data (increased to 8GB per month for the first 3 months as part of EE’s Summer Data Offer). On the £15 bundle, you’ll get unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 8GB of data (increased to 20GB per month for the first 3 months as part of the Summer Data Offer).
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In this article, we’ll review EE’s Pay As You Go service including the bundles available and how they compare to other networks. We’ll also look at the coverage on EE and how you can keep your existing phone number when moving to the network.
Virgin Media offers cable broadband in the UK with plans including M500 and Gig1Fibre broadband.
In the UK, Virgin Media offers a high-speed home broadband service, with download speeds of 1,104Mbps on Gig1Fibre (or up to 516Mbps on the M500 plan for customers not living in a Gig1-enabled area). Virgin’s broadband service is available in around 15 million homes which are connected to the Virgin Media cable-based network.
In this article, we’ll review Virgin Media’s broadband service, including all of their fibre broadband plans and their new gigabit fibre service. We’ll also look at Virgin’s Oomph bundles, their TV service and the routers and hubs they supply. Continue reading
EE offers four types of home broadband: standard ADSL broadband, fibre broadband, 4G broadband & 5G broadband.
In the UK, EE offers four different types of home broadband: standard ADSL broadband (with average download speeds of 10Mbps), fibre broadband (with average download speeds of 36 to 300Mbps), 4G home broadband (with average download speeds of 31Mbps) and 5G home broadband (with average download speeds of 150Mbps). The types of broadband and download speeds available may differ depending on where you live.
In this article, we’ll review EE’s home broadband service in the UK, including the four different types of home broadband that are available. We’ll also look at the various hubs and routers provided by EE, the download speeds you can expect on the service and how much data you’ll get. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage and availability of EE’s home broadband service on ADSL, fibre, 4G and 5G.
Smart Wi-Fi is a £10/month add-on for EE home broadband, giving you mesh wi-fi with a EE Smart Router & Disc. You’ll also get a portable 4GEE WiFi Mini hotspot.
In the UK, EE is now offering Smart Wi-Fi as an optional add-on for their EE home broadband plans. Costing an extra £10/month on top of your normal home broadband service, it gives you better wi-fi coverage across your whole home using mesh networking technology. You’ll also get 4G mobile broadband included, with 2GB of data per month on a 4GEE WiFi Mini hotspot.
In this article, we’ll review EE’s Smart Wi-Fi service. We’ll start by looking at how Smart Wi-Fi works, including EE’s Smart Wi-Fi Router and Smart Wi-Fi Disc. We’ll also look at the 4GEE WiFi Mini hotspot that allows you to stay connected on-the-go, or when your home broadband service goes down. Finally, we’ll discuss EE’s broadband plans with Smart Wi-Fi and similar products that are available from other internet service providers.
Vodafone Red Pay Monthly plans offer up to 60GB data per month with uncapped 4G or 5G download speeds & inclusive roaming in 51 destinations.
In the UK, you can currently get a Vodafone Red Pay Monthly plan from £11/month (or from £15/month if you’d like access to 5G). The Vodafone Red plans come with up to 60GB of data per month and have uncapped download speeds. You’ve also got the ability to use your mobile phone abroad, with inclusive roaming in 51 destinations.
In this article, we’ll look at the Vodafone Red price plans in the UK, including the different data allowances available and the speeds you can expect on the plan. We’ll also look at the coverage you can access on the service and how you can keep an existing phone number when moving to Vodafone.
Until the 25th June, VOXI is offering a massive 12GB of data along with endless social data on their £10 plan.
VOXI’s 12GB data promo offer has now finished. Unfortunately, VOXI’s data promo offer (12GB for £10/month) has now finished and is no longer available for purchase. This blog post remains as an archive for customers who have already ordered a VOXI SIM card before the 25th June 2020.
VOXI is currently offering a massive 12GB of data along with endless social media data for just £10/month. Available through VOXI’s data promo offer, you’ll simply need to sign up for a VOXI SIM card before the 25th June to opt-in to the offer.
There are no contracts to sign or credit checks to undergo on VOXI as the plan works on a flexible one-month rolling basis. You’ll also continue to benefit from the increased 12GB data allowance for as long as you remain opted in as a customer on VOXI.
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Data promo offer ends on 25th June 2020
In this article, we’ll look at VOXI’s data promo offer including what you’ll get with it and what you can do with the 12GB of data. We’ll then look at some of the other features & benefits of being on VOXI and how you can keep your current phone number when moving to the network.