BT’s Hybrid Connect gives you ‘unbreakable Wi-Fi’ with a backup for your BT Broadband service, powered by EE’s 4G network.
In the UK, BT now offers Hybrid Connect which is a feature you can add to any of their broadband plans for an extra £7/month.
Hybrid Connect gives you a 4G-based backup for your BT fibre broadband connection. It kicks in and activates automatically if there’s ever a fault with your fibre broadband connection, meaning you’ll stay connected and online whatever happens to it. According to BT, this makes it the UK’s “only unbreakable home wi-fi connection”, giving you reliability and peace of mind that isn’t available elsewhere.
In this article, we’ll review BT’s Hybrid Connect service. We’ll start by looking at how Hybrid Connect works, how you can get it and the benefits of using it. We’ll also look at BT’s latest fibre broadband deals and how you can switch from your current broadband provider to BT.
Vodafone is offering the Galaxy S21 range with a guaranteed trade-in saving and an annual upgrade promise.
In the UK, Vodafone is now offering the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G with a guaranteed saving of £360 when you trade in an old Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S10. Perfect for anyone who wants to upgrade to the latest smartphone from Samsung, it allows you to save £15/month on your plan.
When you buy a Galaxy S21 on Vodafone, you’ll also benefit from an annual upgrade promise, a choice of unlimited data plans, 5G coverage in 100 UK locations and access to VeryMe Rewards.
In this article, we’ll look at the latest range of Galaxy S21 smartphones from Samsung. We’ll also look at how you can use Vodafone’s trade-in offer to save £360 on the Galaxy S21. We’ll then look at the other features of Vodafone like their annual upgrade promise and 5G. Finally, we’ll look at how you can keep your current phone number when moving to the Vodafone network.
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giffgaff is a low-cost mobile network offering coverage from O2. Goodybags start from £6/month and are flexible with no credit check required.
In the UK, giffgaff is a low-cost sub-brand of O2, offering flexible goodybag bundles from £6/month. They also offer a traditional Pay As You Go plan with no need to top-up your SIM card every month.
Customers can use giffgaff without a contract or credit check. Their SIM card gives you 99% population coverage from O2. You’ll also get access to 5G coverage in 155 UK towns and cities as long as you have a 5G-ready phone and a golden goodybag plan.
In this article, we’ll review the giffgaff mobile network. We’ll start by looking at their goodybag bundles, including their regular 4G goodybags and the golden goodybags with 5G. We’ll then look at their regular Pay As You Go plan that doesn’t require a top-up every month. After that, we’ll take a look at other features of giffgaff before comparing them to other networks and looking at the handsets and coverage they offer.
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Three offers unlimited 4G & 5G home broadband from £21/month without the need for a phone line. See how the plans compare.
In the UK, 4G technology has now developed to the point where it can be used as an alternative to traditional fixed-line home broadband.
Three’s home broadband service bring this technology to the mass market. It’s now available through this link for £21 per month, with the first six months at half price where you’ll pay just £10.50 per month. It’s also possible to get 5G broadband from £30 per month, with the first 6 months at half price so just £15 per month.
Three’s 4G and 5G home broadband doesn’t require a landline. For this reason, you can get online the next day without an engineer visit. You also have the flexibility to bring your broadband connection with you to a different address. The download speeds on Three Broadband are not limited by your landline so it can also be a faster option in some areas.
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In this article, we’ll review Three’s 4G and 5G home broadband service including the plans available and the download speeds you can get. We’ll also review the Three Broadband hubs before looking at the availability of the service and how it compares to other providers.
Lebara Mobile is offering unlimited data from £12.50/month for the first 3 months. You’ll get Vodafone 4G coverage with no contract & no credit check.
In the UK, Lebara Mobile is currently offering an unlimited data SIM card for just £12.50 per month for the first 3 months. This plan is available with no contract and no credit check so you can change it or cancel at any time. If you keep it for more than 3 months, it will renew at the full price of £25 per month.
Customers using Lebara Mobile’s unlimited data SIM card will get 99% population coverage on Vodafone’s 2G, 3G and 4G networks in the UK. There are no hidden fair usage limits on the plan and you can get £10 of free credit when you transfer your phone number in.
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(£12.50 per month for 3 months, then renews at £25/month unless you cancel)
In this article, we’ll review Lebara Mobile’s unlimited data plan in the UK and how you can get it for just £12.50 per month. We’ll also look at Lebara Mobile’s fair use policy, the download speeds available on the service and how it compares to alternatives. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage available on Lebara and how you can keep your existing phone number on the service.
giffgaff offers a choice of two unlimited data plans: the £25 goodybag with Always On data and the £35 golden goodybag with 5G.
In the UK, giffgaff now offers a choice of two unlimited data plans. You can choose the £25 goodybag with Always On data which gives you 4G coverage and uncapped speeds on the first 80GB per month. Alternatively, the more expensive £35 golden goodybag gives you unlimited data at 5G speeds with a 650GB per month fair usage limit.
In this article, we’ll review and compare giffgaff’s unlimited data plans in the UK. We’ll start by comparing their £25 Always On data plan to their £35 unlimited data plan. We’ll then look at the fair usage limits, the download speeds you can expect on giffgaff and how the plans compare to other networks. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage available on giffgaff and how you can keep your current phone number when moving to the network.
Giffgaff’s Golden Goodybags give you more data and access to 5G. Plans include 9GB data for £10/month & unlimited data for £35/month.
In the UK, giffgaff now offers a range of golden goodybags from £10/month. Compared to regular goodybags, they give you a larger data allowance and access to 5G. For instance, the £10 golden goodybag gives you 9GB of data, which is 50% more data than on the regular £10 goodybag.
To buy a golden goodybag, you’ll need to order a free SIM card from giffgaff’s website. You’ll then need to make sure the “recurring goodybag” setting is switched on inside your giffgaff account. You’ll still be able to cancel or change your plan at any time and there are no credit checks required to buy a golden goodybag plan.
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In this article, we’ll review giffgaff’s golden goodybags with 5G. We’ll start by looking at the plans available and we’ll compare them to giffgaff’s regular 4G goodybags. We’ll then look at giffgaff’s 5G coverage which is currently available in 155 towns and cities across the UK.
Sky offers Signature and Ultimate TV packages with add-ons such as Netflix, Sky Sports and Sky Cinema.
In the UK, Sky currently offers a range of television packages from £25/month. All Sky TV customers will get Sky Signature as their base TV package which comes with access to more than 300 channels including entertainment and documentaries. You’ll also get more than 500 box sets to watch on-demand.
If you upgrade to Sky Ultimate, you’ll get a subscription to Netflix with Sky TV, allowing you to watch both services through your Sky Q box.
Once you’ve chosen your Sky TV plan, you’ll be able to add a range of extra add-ons to it. Optional Sky TV add-ons include Sky Sports and BT Sport, along with the Sky Cinema channels and the Sky Kids service. You can also add HD channels, Ultra HD channels or Sky Multiscreen which allows you to watch in multiple rooms at the same time.
In this article, we’ll review Sky’s television packages including Sky Signature and Sky Ultimate TV. We’ll also look at the Sky Q box that’s included and the Sky Go app which allows you to watch wherever you are. Finally, we’ll look at the extras that are available for Sky TV including Sky Sports, BT Sport, Sky Cinema and more.
EE offers a 5G unlimited data plan with inclusive Smart Benefits like Apple Music or BT Sport. There’s a 600GB fair use limit and personal hotspot on 12 devices.
In the UK, EE now offers an unlimited data plan with access to 5G coverage from £37/month. Available on a choice of SIM-only plans and Pay Monthly phones, it allows you to use as much data as you like without the need to worry about running out of data mid-month.
On EE’s unlimited data plans, you’ll now get a Smart Benefit included in the price (e.g. an inclusive subscription to Apple Music, the BT Sport app or Amazon Prime Video). You’ll also get a shareable data allowance of up to 120GB that you’re able to share with another SIM card on your EE account.
Things to watch out for on EE’s unlimited data plan include a fair usage limit of 600GB per month and a limit of 12 devices for tethering and personal hotspot.
In this article, we’ll review EE’s unlimited data plans. We’ll start by looking at the plans that are available and what you’ll get on each one. We’ll also look at the fair usage policies and download speeds before comparing EE’s unlimited data SIM card to other networks. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage that’s available on EE and how you can keep your current phone number.
You can get an unlimited data plan from £16/month in the UK, allowing you to download as much as you like. Compare the best unlimited data SIM cards.
Whether you’re a heavy smartphone user or whether you just want the reassurance you’ll never run out of data, most UK mobile networks now offer an unlimited data plan so you can download as much as you like.
In total, there are currently 14 mobile networks that offer an unlimited data plan in the UK. Nine providers offer unlimited data with 5G coverage, with a further five providers offering unlimited data with 4G. The cheapest unlimited data plans are available from £16/month.
In this article, we’ll compare the best value unlimited data plans in the UK. We’ll start with an overview of mobile networks with unlimited data. We’ll then look at the unlimited data plans on each mobile network in more detail, including any fair usage limits and restrictions that apply.