SMARTY is a low-cost mobile network, owned by Three, offering credit back every month for unused data.
In the UK, SMARTY is a low-cost mobile network, offering SIM-only deals with coverage from Three. Having originally launched in September 2017, the low-cost sub-brand of Three promises to offer a “simple and honest” service.
SMARTY’s service revolves around a choice of three SIM-only plans: Small (2GB of data for £7.50/month), Medium (4GB for £10) and Large (8GB for £15). Customers get unlimited calls and unlimited texts included in their plan, as well as a discount of £1.25 per GB of unused data.
In this article, we’ll review the SMARTY mobile network, starting with their line-up of 3 SIM-only plans. We’ll then compare SMARTY’s deals to rival mobile networks like giffgaff, before looking at the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
EE Flex Plans allow you to use your phone with no contract, from £10/month with Data Rollover and Free Data Boosts.
EE is now offering Flex Plans from £10/month, which promise to combine the “flexibility of Pay As You Go with the ease of Pay Monthly”. The Flex Plans allow you to use your phone on a contract-free basis, with the ability to change your plan at the end of each month.
Behind the scenes, Flex Plans work on a pre-paid basis, just like other Pay As You Go bundles. However, a condition of the tariff is you’ll need to set-up a recurring monthly top-up, with money taken automatically from your credit card or debit card. The plans start from £10/month for 1000 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of 4G internet.
In this article, we’ll review the EE Flex Plans, including features of the tariff like Data Rollover and Free Data Boosts. We’ll then compare the EE Flex Plans to tariffs from other mobile networks, before looking at the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
VOXI offers 30-day rolling plans on the Vodafone network with “endless social data”, exclusively for customers under 30.
In the UK, VOXI is Vodafone’s youth-orientated mobile network. Available only to customers who are under 30, the network offers 30-day rolling plans from £10/month with endless social data.
Until the 16th September, VOXI is offering their customers triple data for 24 months. This means you can get a massive 6GB of data, along with unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and endless social data for £10/month.
In this article, we’ll review the VOXI mobile network including the 30-day plans, the triple data offer and the endless social data. We’ll also look at the 30-or-under age requirement before discussing Pay As You Go rates, handset compatibility and the level of coverage you can expect. Finally, we’ll discuss how to keep your current phone number when moving from another mobile network to join VOXI.
A dual-SIM smartphone allows you to use two different SIM cards, with two mobile networks and two phone numbers on a single handset.
Traditionally, dual-SIM smartphones have been a rarity in the UK mobile market. However, they’ve rapidly grown in popularity over the last few years as an increasing number of people buy unlocked smartphones from manufacturers like Huawei, Motorola and OnePlus.
Dual-SIM smartphones allow you to use two different SIM cards at the same time on one handset. This means you can be simultaneously connected to two mobile networks on just one device. The advantages range from being able to use a single device for both personal and work usage, to being able to take advantage of greater coverage and lower price on two mobile networks.
In this article, we’ll discuss how you can benefit from a dual-SIM smartphone, and what you should look out for when choosing a dual-SIM device. We’ll then look at how you can buy a dual-SIM smartphone from mobile phone retailers in the UK.
Get a free SIM card for your mobile phone: Pay As You Go offerings compared from 18 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 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.
giffgaff is a low-cost mobile network with coverage from O2. Goodybags start from £5/month and are flexible with no credit check required.
In the UK, giffgaff is a low-cost mobile network using coverage from O2. The network, which is a fully-owned sub-brand of O2, offers a choice of one-month goodybags from £5/month. There are no contracts to sign and no credit checks to undergo, giving you flexibility to stay or go at any time. It’s also possible to use giffgaff on a purely Pay As You Go basis, with no monthly minimum spend.
In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at the giffgaff service including the bundles available and other key features of giffgaff (such as 1GB of extra data, free calls to other giffgaff members, online community-driven support and Always-On data). We’ll also compare the prices on giffgaff to other major mobile networks before looking at the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
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You’ll normally need to pay an “early termination charge” or “early exit fee” when cancelling your mobile phone contract in the UK.
In the UK, Pay Monthly mobile contracts often have a minimum commitment of 12 or 24 months. During this time, you’ll be tied in to a contract with your mobile network and you’ll need to pay an “early termination charge” or “early exit fee” for ending your contract early. Typically, the early exit fee is equivalent to paying off the remainder of your contract, although you’ll sometimes be able to get a small discount on it or on elements of it like VAT.
Even if you’re out of contract and moving to another mobile network, you’ll sometimes be charged up to one month of additional line rental. This is because many mobile networks require you to give 30 days notice and will continue charging you for a period of 30 days after you decide to leave for another network.
In this article, we’ll look at the costs of leaving your mobile network and how much you can expect to pay for cancelling your contract early. We’ll discuss the fees and discounts available on each network before looking at some alternative solutions that may work to be cheaper.
Superdrug Mobile offers 4GB of data along with unlimited minutes and texts for £10/month.
Superdrug, the UK retailer, has just launched a mobile phone plan in the UK for £10/month. Offering 4G coverage from the Three network, Superdrug Mobile offers a single £10/month plan with unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 4GB of data.
The benefits of Superdrug Mobile include being able to roll-over unused data for up to two months, and earning double points on all of your spending at Superdrug. You’ll also receive £10 of free Health & Beautycard points when you sign up and activate your SIM card, which will essentially pay for your first months usage.
In this article, we’ll review Superdrug Mobile including the £10/month SIM-only plan and the various data add-on packages. We’ll also discuss some of the benefits of the network, the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
ASDA Mobile is offering double data on their Pay As You Go bundles, including 6GB of data for £10/month.
In the UK, ASDA Mobile is currently offering double data on their upgraded line-up of Pay As You Go bundles. Deals available from ASDA Mobile include a whopping 6GB of data, 600 minutes and unlimited texts for £10/month, with high-speed 4G coverage from the EE network.
The double data promotion is available until the 28th August 2018, for customers who order a free ASDA Mobile SIM card and then set up a recurring top-up on their account.
In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at ASDA Mobile’s new Pay As You Go line-up and how you can benefit from the current double data promotion. We’ll also compare the new ASDA Mobile bundles to those available on other networks, before looking at the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
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Vodafone offers Big Value Bundles from £5/month on Pay As You Go with “total rollover” of unused allowances.
Vodafone’s Big Value Bundles on Pay As You Go give you a one-month allowance of minutes, texts and mobile internet. Starting in price from £5 per month, the bundles turn your Pay As You Go credit into a one-month allowance.
Vodafone’s popular £10 Big Value Bundle comes with 250 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of 4G internet. Customers wanting a larger allowance of data can get 8GB of data for £20/month, or 20GB of data for £30/month. Alternatively, light users can choose the £5 Big Value Bundle with 150 minutes, 250 texts and 100MB of internet.
In this article, we’ll review Vodafone’s Big Value Bundles. We’ll discuss the bundles available, how you can use the ‘total rollover’ feature and the Vodafone Rewards scheme. We’ll also discuss Pay As You Go 1, an alternative tariff from Vodafone for occasional users not wanting to top-up their phone every month. Finally, we’ll compare the Big Value Bundles to alternatives from other mobile networks before looking at the coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.