Customers with Clubcard Plus will get double data on all Tesco Mobile plans. You’ll also earn double Clubcard points on your Tesco Mobile spend.
If you’re a member of Tesco’s new Clubcard Plus programme, you can get double data on all Tesco Mobile Pay Monthly plans. This means, for instance, you can get a SIM card with 12GB of data for only £10/month (this normally includes just 6GB of data if you’re not a Clubcard Plus member). You’ll also earn double Clubcard points on your Tesco Mobile spend as a Clubcard Plus customer.
It costs £7.99/month to join the Clubcard Plus programme, giving you a variety of benefits in-store and with Tesco Mobile. Notably, you’ll get 10% off two big shops in-store each month, saving you up to £20 per shop and up to £40 per month. You’ll also get 10% off on a variety of products from Tesco’s own brands like F&F. This is available in addition to getting double data and double Clubcard points at Tesco Mobile.
In this article, we’ll review the Tesco Mobile plans that are available to Clubcard Plus members. We’ll also look at the other Clubcard Plus benefits, along with the coverage you can access on Tesco Mobile and how to keep your existing phone number.
On EE Flex, you’ll get a SIM card from £10/month with no contract & no credit check. You’ll also benefit from triple data for the first 6 months.
In the UK, EE offers Flex price plans from £10/month where there’s no need to sign a contract or to undergo a credit check. At present, you’ll get triple data for the first six months, giving you 1000 minutes, unlimited texts and 6GB of data for £10/month. You can also roll over unused data into the following month and will receive a 500MB data boost to your allowance each quarter.
In this article, we’ll review EE’s Flex price plans, including the triple data offer which is available for the first six months. We’ll also look at the features of the plan such as data rollover and quarterly free boosts. We’ll then compare EE’s Flex price plans to other mobile networks like giffgaff and VOXI before looking at the coverage you’re able to expect and how to keep your current phone number.
Vodafone has launched their Black Friday & Cyber Monday offers with a range of discounts on their unlimited data plans. See our round-up of the top Vodafone offers.
Vodafone’s Black Friday 2019 sale has now ended. Vodafone’s Black Friday sale ended on Monday 2nd December – you can no longer sign up for the deals listed on this page. This blog post is being kept as an archive for customers who have already signed up for a Black Friday deal.
Vodafone has just launched their Black Friday offers for 2019 with a range of discounts and offers on handsets, SIM cards and home broadband.
If you’re looking for a new mobile phone, it’s currently possible to get a free pair of AirPods when you get the iPhone 11 or iPhone XS with unlimited data on Vodafone. Alternatively, you can save £668 on Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G, which allows you to access Vodafone’s cutting-edge 5G network in 32 UK towns and cities. There are also deals saving you £544 on the Huawei P30 Pro and £648 on the Sony Xperia 5 with FIFA 20 and a PS4.
If you’re happy to keep your current smartphone, Vodafone has also discounted their unlimited data SIM cards for the Black Friday weekend. You’ll currently get a £3/month discount on all 18-month SIMs, meaning it’s possible to get unlimited data for just £20/month.
Finally, Vodafone is also offering a Black Friday deal on their home broadband service. Customers who sign up for Superfast Broadband will get a free Google Nest Hub Max (worth £219).
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Three offers unlimited home broadband from £20/month with no need for a phone line. See how their HomeFi service compares to rival ISPs.
In the UK, 4G technology has now developed to the point where it can feasibly be used as an alternative to fixed-line home broadband. The 4G-powered HomeFi service from Three is one of the first products to bring this to the mass-market. You can currently get unlimited data for just £20/month on a 24-month contract.
As 4G-powered home broadband doesn’t require a landline, it’s perfect if you’re looking for a fast and easy to setup home broadband connection. As it uses 4G technology, it also isn’t limited by the speeds you can get through a phone line or cable. Download speeds of up to 300Mbit/s are potentially available on the service, and there’s also the flexibility to bring your broadband connection with you to a different address at any time.
In this article, we’ll review Three’s 4G home broadband service (also known as HomeFi) including the price plans available and the router that’s provided with the service. We’ll also look at the download speeds available on Three home broadband before comparing the service to rival internet service providers. Finally, we’ll discuss the coverage that’s available on Three’s HomeFi service.
Sky’s £5/month Broadband Boost service comes with a Wi-Fi Guarantee, daily line checks & Sky’s Broadband Buddy app. Find out whether it’s worth paying for the upgrade.
If you’re a customer signing up for Sky Broadband in the UK, you’re given the option to add Sky Broadband Boost for £5/month. At the time of writing, this is actually selected by default, so you can save £5/month on the advertised price by removing the Boost.
Sky’s Broadband Boost service gives you a number of additional features with Wi-Fi Guarantee probably being the most important. This guarantees a wi-fi connection in every room of your home with speeds of at least 3Mbit/s. You’ll also get daily automated line checks, Sky Broadband Buddy parental controls and more.
In this article, we’ll review Sky’s Broadband Boost service and all of the features that are available on it. We’ll then look at the Sky Broadband Boost plans before asking whether it’s worth paying the extra £5/month. Finally, we’ll discuss alternatives to the Sky Broadband Boost service.
Vodafone offers a range of unlimited data plans with both 4G and 5G coverage. Customers can choose from Lite, Standard and Max download speeds.
In the UK, Vodafone currently offers three unlimited data price plans with access to both 4G and 5G coverage. Available from just £23/month, the unlimited data plans also include unlimited minutes and unlimited texts.
For customers, the main difference between the three unlimited data price plans is the maximum download speed you’re able to obtain. The maximum speed is 2Mbit/s on Unlimited Lite, 10Mbit/s on Unlimited, and the fastest available speeds on Unlimited Max.
In this article, we’ll look at Vodafone’s unlimited data plans in more detail, including what you’ll get on each one and the difference between the download speeds available. We’ll also look at how Vodafone’s unlimited data plans compare to the rest of the market before looking at the coverage available and how to keep your existing phone number.
TalkTalk offers ADSL and fibre broadband in the UK with a range of different download speeds and the Wi-Fi Hub router.
TalkTalk is one of the UK’s largest internet service providers (ISPs) with more than 4 million customers currently using their broadband internet service.
At present, TalkTalk offers a range of different broadband internet plans, ranging from a basic ADSL service (with average download speeds of 11Mbit/s) to fibre broadband (with average download speeds of 38-67Mbit/s). In some areas, it’s also possible to get faster fibre broadband using either G.fast technology (145Mbit/s) or fibre-to-the-home (900Mbit/s).
In this article, we’ll review TalkTalk’s home broadband service in the UK. We’ll start by looking at the price plans they offer before comparing the different routers available and the download speeds on each plan. Finally, we’ll also look at the coverage that’s available when using TalkTalk’s broadband internet service.
Looking for the cheapest Pay As You Go tariff in the UK? Our interactive comparison table allows you to compare Pay As You Go rates and network coverage.
If you’re looking for a Pay As You Go network in the UK, there are more than 15 different mobile networks you’re currently able to choose from.
It’s never been easier to change mobile networks to take advantage of a cheaper Pay As You Go deal. Simply order a free Pay As You Go SIM card and place it into your unlocked smartphone to take advantage of lower Pay As You Go rates. You can keep your current phone number when moving to a new Pay As You Go network.
When choosing a new Pay As You Go mobile network, you’ll want to think about both the price and the coverage. It’s important you’re getting the best value deal with the lowest Pay As You Go rates. However, it’s also important that your mobile network gives you fast and reliable coverage. In this article, we’ll compare Pay As You Go networks, both on price and on the coverage available.
1p Mobile offers flexible Pay As You Go costing 1p/minute, 1p/text and 1p/MB. Customers get 4G coverage from EE.
In the UK, 1p Mobile currently offers the lowest Pay As You Go rates for calling, texting and browsing. With an eye-catching tariff of 1p/minute, 1p/text and 1p/megabyte, you’ll only need to pay for what you actually use on the service. There are no regular monthly payments and no commitments to use the service every month.
An important requirement of 1pMobile is that customers are required to top-up their phone with at least £10 of credit every 120 days.
1p Mobile is offered by Telecommunications Management Limited, the sister company of Utility Warehouse and a part of the FTSE 250-listed Telecom Plus PLC group. They’ve offered 2G, 3G and 4G coverage from EE since September 2016.
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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 ten UK mobile networks: BT Mobile, EE, giffgaff, iD Mobile, O2, SMARTY, 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 Monthly Passes.
In this article, we’ll review and compare your options for an unlimited mobile data plan in the UK.