ASDA Mobile is a low-cost Pay As You Go network with competitive 30-day bundles and 4G coverage from EE.
In the UK, ASDA Mobile is a low-cost Pay As You Go network with competitive rates for calling, texting and browsing. For occasional mobile users, ASDA Mobile charges just 8p/minute, 4p/text and 5p/MB. Meanwhile, regular mobile users can save even more money by buying 30-day bundle from £5/month.
Bundles on ASDA Mobile include the popular £10 option which currently includes 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 6GB of data. This includes double data until the 23rd May 2019, when you have a recurring top-up and bundle on your account.
The coverage on ASDA Mobile is provided by EE, with there being 99% population coverage on EE’s 2G, 3G and 4G mobile networks. Customers can join ASDA Mobile by ordering a free SIM card from the ASDA Mobile website. This SIM card will slot inside your existing unlocked smartphone, saving you money whilst at the same time giving you coverage from EE.
In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at the ASDA Mobile service. We’ll start by looking at the price plans available from ASDA Mobile and how they compare to the plans available on other mobile networks. We’ll then look at how you can use your handset on ASDA Mobile, the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
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EE offers three types of bundle on Pay As You Go: Everything Packs, Data Packs and Talk Packs. Bundles start from £1 per week and include a quarterly free boost.
Customers on EE Pay As You Go have a choice of three different types of Pay As You Go bundle. Known as ‘pay as you go packs’, the bundles will convert your Pay As You Go credit into either a 7-day or a 30-day allowance.
The most popular type of pack is the Everything Pack. This is an all-round bundle for regular users with a smartphone. For instance, the £10 Everything Pack comes with 250 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB of data. Other types of pack include the Data Pack for customers who mainly want data, and the Talk Pack for customers who mainly want minutes. Customers continuously buying a pack every month can qualify for a quarterly ‘free boost’.
In this article, we review EE’s Pay As You Go service. We’ll start by looking at the different types of pack and how they compare to the bundles available on other mobile networks. We’ll also look at the coverage on EE and how you can keep an existing phone number when moving to the network.
EE offers 4G home broadband from £25 per month, with average speeds of 31Mbit/s and no need for a phone line.
In the UK, broadband that’s delivered through a 4G connection is rapidly becoming a feasible alternative to fixed broadband delivered through a phone line or cable.
EE’s 4G broadband service is known as 4GEE Home and gives you access to 4G home broadband from £25 per month. According to EE, average download speeds of 31Mbit/s are available on the service: something that’s comparable to a standard fibre broadband connection.
In this article, we’ll review EE’s 4G home broadband service. We’ll start by looking at the price plans and data allowances available, before looking at the included 4GEE Home Router in more detail. We’ll then look at the level of coverage you can expect in your area, before comparing EE’s service to alternative plans from Three and Vodafone.
With a Pay As You Go bundle, you convert your credit into a one-month allowance of calls, texts and mobile data. We compare the UK’s best value Pay As You Go bundles.
In the UK, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to Pay As You Go deals. With more than 70 Pay As You Go bundles across 12 different mobile networks, the strongest Pay As You Go deals can now rival those found on a Pay Monthly contract.
To get the best value from your Pay As You Go tariff, you’ll normally need to convert your credit into a 30-day bundle.
Buying a bundle is a little bit like paying for your airtime in bulk. Rather than paying on a per-minute, per-text and per-megabyte basis, you just buy a 30-day bundle which covers all of your usage. If you’re a regular mobile user, this should save you money compared to traditional Pay As You Go. You’ll also retain full control over how much you spend, with no need to sign any contracts or to undergo a credit check.
In the UK, there’s a wide range of Pay As You Go bundles available to choose from. In this article, we’ll compare the best value Pay As You Go bundles currently available on the market.
If you’re a light mobile user, it’s best to choose a low-cost Pay As You Go tariff with no monthly subscription or credit expiry.
If you only use your mobile phone from time to time (e.g. for trips away or emergencies), it’s normally best to choose a fairly cheap Pay As You Go SIM card with no regular monthly charges. When choosing a network, it’s also important to look at a number of other factors including the minimum usage requirement, coverage and how you can top-up your SIM card.
In this article, we’ll discuss our top things to look out for when choosing a Pay As You Go SIM card as a light mobile phone user. We’ll also review a selection of recommended networks that we think are particularly well suited for light mobile users in the UK.
After inserting a SIM card from a new network, you’ll sometimes need to configure your mobile internet APN settings before you can get online.
When changing mobile network, you’ll sometimes need to configure your mobile internet settings before you can get online. This setting is also known as the APN or the access point network, and is essential for accessing data over 2G, 3G and 4G mobile networks (it isn’t required for accessing the internet over wi-fi). Your APN settings will also need to be configured before you can send and receive MMS picture messages.
In some cases, the APN settings will be set up on your phone automatically or you’ll be a sent a text message with the relevant settings to accept. However, in other cases, you’ll need to manually change these settings before you can get online or to resolve connectivity issues.
In this article, we provide an overview of how you can change the APN settings on your mobile phone. We’ll also provide a list of the APN settings needed on each UK mobile network for accessing the mobile internet and picture message functionality.
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 Pay As You Go bundles. Deals available including a massive 6GB of data, 600 minutes and unlimited texts for £10/month. You’ll get high-speed 4G coverage from the EE network.
The double data promotion is available until the 23rd May 2019, for customers who order a free ASDA Mobile SIM card and who then set up a recurring top-up and bundle on their account.
In this article, we’ll review ASDA Mobile’s line-up of Pay As You Go bundles and how you can benefit from the current double data promotion. We’ll also compare the new ASDA Mobile bundles to what is available on other mobile networks, before looking at the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
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BT’s Complete Wi-Fi solution gives you a guaranteed wi-fi signal in every room.
For many people, one of the major frustrations when using the internet at home is a poor wi-fi signal which leads to buffering, connection drop-outs and slow downloads. With connected devices now being used across the house, it’s never been more important to make sure your wi-fi network covers your whole home.
BT’s Complete Wi-Fi service is designed to give customers a guaranteed wi-fi connection in every room of their home. The service combines a next-generation Smart Hub 2 router with up to three Wi-Fi Discs that all talk to each other using mesh networking technology. This is backed by the “Complete Wi-Fi Guarantee” for a price of £5 per month if you’re a BT Plus customer or £10 per month if you’re a BT fibre broadband customer.
In this article, we’ll review BT’s Complete Wi-Fi service including the Smart Hub 2 router and the Wi-Fi Discs you’ll get included. We’ll also look at how wi-fi signal strength affects download speeds around the home, and how newer mesh networking solutions compares against traditional repeaters or range extenders.
Three offers Pay As You Go bundles from £10/month or traditional Pay As You Go rates of 3p/minute, 2p/text and 1p/MB.
In the UK, customers on Three Pay As You Go can use their mobile phone from just 3p/minute, 2p/text and 1p/MB. It’s also possible to convert your credit into a 30-day Pay As You Go bundle (e.g. £10/month for unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data). Your allowances can be used in the UK and in 71 other destinations through the Go Roam offer.
In this article, we’ll review Three’s Pay As You Go service. We’ll start by looking at their price plans, including both the 30-day bundles and the basic 321 tariff. We’ll then compare Three’s Pay As You Go service to rival mobile networks before looking at handset compatibility, the level of coverage you can expect and how to keep your existing phone number.
SMARTY is a low-cost mobile network, owned by Three, offering money back every month for your unused data.
In the UK, SMARTY is a low-cost mobile network, offering SIM-only deals with coverage from Three. The network offers a choice of four data discount plans along with an unlimited data plan.
Most customers of SMARTY will choose one of the four data discount plans: Extra Small (1GB of data for £6.25/month), Small (2GB of data for £7.50), Medium (4GB for £10) or Large (8GB for £15). The plans come with unlimited calls and unlimited texts included, as well as a discount of £1.25 per GB for unused data. Customers wanting unlimited data can choose the £25 unlimited plan.
In this article, we’ll review the SMARTY mobile network, starting with their line-up of 5 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.