In May 2021, VOXI is offering a SIM card with 12GB of data for £10/month or 20GB of data for £15/month.
In the UK, VOXI has launched their SIM-only mobile offers for May 2021.
Until the 27th May, they’re offering 12GB of data and endless social media data for £10/month, giving you unlimited data for use on social media apps like Facebook, WhatsApp, Snapchat and Instagram. You’ll also get unlimited UK minutes and unlimited UK texts.
They’re also offering 20GB of data with both endless social media and endless video for £15/month. This gives you unlimited data for streaming on popular services like YouTube, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
In this article, we’ll look at VOXI’s SIM-only mobile offers for May 2021, including what you can now get for £10 per month and £15 per month. We’ll also look at VOXI’s endless social media and endless video features along with the other features of VOXI such as their contract-free offering and their 5G coverage.
ASDA Mobile offers 5G-ready unlimited data plans with a choice of three speeds: up to 2Mbps, up to 10Mbps and up to 150Mbps.
In the UK, ASDA Mobile now offers a choice of three unlimited data plans from £20 per month. Using Vodafone’s 4G & 5G network for coverage, you can choose between a maximum download speed of 2Mbps, 10Mbps and 150Mbps. All of the ASDA Mobile plans are available on a one-month rolling basis with no contract or credit check required.
In this article, we’ll review ASDA Mobile’s unlimited data plans. We’ll start by comparing the three different plans and the maximum download speeds available on each one. We’ll then compare ASDA’s unlimited data plans to what is available on other networks before looking at the coverage available and how to keep your current number.
TalkTalk offers a choice of three fibre broadband plans: Fibre 35, Fibre 65 and Fibre 150. Find out how the three plans compare.
In the UK, TalkTalk offers a choice of three fibre broadband plans: Fibre 35, Fibre 65 and Fibre 150. Prices start from £22 per month for Fibre 35 and £25 per month for Fibre 65. TalkTalk’s Fibre 150 package is also available for £29.95 per month.
As a special offer, you’ll currently get an exclusive £50 reward card through this link when you sign up for TalkTalk’s Fibre 65. This brings the average monthly cost down to £22.22 per month for an average download speed of 67Mbps.
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In this article, we’ll compare TalkTalk’s fibre broadband plans including Fibre 35, Fibre 65 and Fibre 150. We’ll look at how the download speeds and features compare across the three plans, before looking at the included Wi-Fi Hub router and how to check the availability where you live. Finally, we’ll look at how you can change your broadband service to TalkTalk.
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 15 mobile networks that offer an unlimited data plan in the UK. Eleven providers offer unlimited data with 5G coverage, with a further four providers offering unlimited data with 4G coverage. 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.
Sky offers full fibre (FTTP) broadband with download speeds of up to 145Mbps and upload speeds of up to 27Mbps.
In the UK, Sky now offers a full fibre (FTTP) broadband service with availability in more than 4.5 million homes. Their FTTP service starts from £28 per month with a choice of Superfast and Ultrafast broadband plans available.
On Sky’s Ultrafast FTTP broadband plan, you’ll benefit from average download speeds of 145Mbps and average upload speeds of 27Mbps.
In this article, we’ll look at Sky’s FTTP broadband service. We’ll start by looking at what FTTP technology is and the multiple benefits it can give you such as faster downloads and a more reliable connection. We’ll then look at Sky’s FTTP broadband plans, the availability of their new FTTP service and how you can switch to it.
Three offers a number of hidden SIM-only deals including 12GB data for £8 and unlimited data for £16. Plans include 5G at no extra cost.
In the UK, Three has a range of hidden SIM-only mobile offers, giving you a lower monthly price or a larger data allowance than buying directly from Three’s website. For instance, you can get a 5G SIM card with 12GB data for £8/month or an unlimited data SIM card for £16/month.
In this article, we’ll look at the best value SIM cards currently available from Three in the UK. We’ll also compare their SIM-only deals with varying amounts of data from 2GB per month to fully unlimited data. We’ll also look at some of the features available on Three’s mobile phone SIM cards including access to 5G and inclusive roaming in 71 worldwide destinations.
Vodafone GigaCube is 4G or 5G home broadband with no need for a phone line. GigaCube plans start from £30/month.
If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional fixed-line home broadband, Vodafone’s GigaCube can give you a high-speed home broadband connection that’s delivered using 4G or 5G mobile technology.
In the UK, you can now get the Vodafone GigaCube from £30/month. This entry-level plan gives you 100GB of data per month. If you want a larger allowance of data, it’s £40/month for 200GB of data, £50/month for 300GB of data (available on 4G only) or £60/month for unlimited data (available on 5G only).
Customers on the Vodafone GigaCube service will receive an inclusive 4G or 5G GigaCube home broadband router. This is a Huawei B818 on 4G GigaCube plans and a Huawei 5G CPE Pro on 5G GigaCube plans.
In this article, we’ll review the Vodafone GigaCube service. We’ll start by looking at Vodafone’s 4G and 5G home broadband plans and how they compare to Vodafone’s other fibre broadband plans. We’ll also look at the download speeds available on the service, the router you’ll get included and alternatives available from other networks.
EE offers 4G home broadband from £35 per month, with average download speeds of 31Mbps and no need for a phone line.
If you’re looking for an alternative to broadband through your phone line, EE now offers a 4G-powered home broadband service.
EE’s 4G home broadband is available from £35 per month, with an average download speed of 31Mbps (depending on location). You’ll get a 4GEE Home Router 2 device that allows you to connect up to 64 devices to your home wi-fi network.
In this article, we’ll review EE’s 4G home broadband service. We’ll start by looking at how it works, the plans available from EE and how they compare to EE’s regular home broadband. We’ll then look at the 4GEE Home Router 2 in more detail and the optional 4GEE Antenna installation service. Finally, we’ll compare EE’s 4G home broadband to rival plans available from other networks.
4G Internet (also known as 4G National Broadband) is a specialist provider of 4G home broadband for customers living in rural areas.
In the UK, 4G Internet is a specialist provider of 4G home broadband. Their service is primarily aimed at customers living in rural areas who are unable to get decent broadband from providers such as BT.
On 4G Internet, you’ll pay £39.99 per month for unlimited 4G home broadband on a 12-month plan. This comes with 99% coverage from either Vodafone or O2, depending on the best network available at your location.
You can pay a one-off fee of £99 to get started with a 4G Internet router with plug-and-play setup. This includes an expert coverage check when you sign up. For better performance, you can upgrade to a full installation which costs £399 upfront. The full install includes an external 4G antenna with professional setup by one of 4G Internet’s engineer.
In this article, we’ll review the 4G Internet (4G National Broadband) service in the UK. We’ll start by looking at the broadband plans available and how you can often get better speeds and performance with 4G broadband in rural areas. We’ll also look at the 4G router that’s provided, along with the external antenna if you choose a full installation. Finally, we’ll compare it to 4G home broadband services that are available directly from the networks.
As a special offer for May 2021, Three is offering unlimited 4G home broadband for £17/month and unlimited 5G home broadband for £24/month.
If you’re looking for flexible home broadband without the need for a landline, Three is currently offering a range of exclusive home broadband deals, powered by 4G and 5G technology.
For May 2021, they’ve reduced their 4G home broadband service to £17/month (normally £22/month) and their 5G home broadband service to £24/month (usually £29/month). Both services include unlimited downloads along with a new Wi-Fi Hub router and next working day delivery.
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In this article, we’ll look at the best deals and at the special offers available on Three Broadband in the UK. We’ll also look at the coverage and availability of the service, and how it compares to regular home broadband.