BT TV now includes Netflix when you choose an Entertainment-based bundle. Find out how it works and what you can watch.
In the UK, you’ll now get Netflix included when you take an Entertainment TV and broadband plan from BT.
Plans currently from £45.99 per month (£37.99 per month for the first 3 months), and allow you to stream thousands of shows and movies on-demand from the Netflix catalogue. You’ll also get Sky Atlantic and other Sky TV channels through NOW, along with AMC and a set-top box with up to 600 hours of recording. BT’s Fibre 2 broadband is also included in the price, giving you unlimited downloads with an average speed of 67Mbps.
In this article, we’ll look at BT’s Entertainment-based TV plans and at the inclusive Netflix subscription you’ll now get with it. We’ll also look at the best BT TV plans with Netflix included and at the other benefits of BT TV such as flexible television packages. Finally, we’ll look at how you can change your broadband and TV provider to BT.
Vodafone offers small business mobile plans with 5G at no extra cost, VeryMe Rewards and optional business add-ons.
If you’re a freelancer, a sole trader or a small business owner, Vodafone offers business mobile phone and business SIM-only deals.
On Vodafone Business, you’ll get access to 5G coverage at no extra cost on all plans, along with discounts and offers through VeryMe Rewards. There’s also a range of optional business add-ons, full eSIM support and Vodafone OneNumber for your smartwatch.
In this article, we’ll review Vodafone’s business plans. We’ll start by looking at the best Vodafone Business deals and at the benefits of choosing a Vodafone business plan. We’ll also look at the coverage you can expect on Vodafone Business, and how you can keep your current phone number when you switch to their service.
EE offers full fibre “broadband that can handle anything” from £31/month. Compare the Fibre Max 100, Fibre Max 500 and Fibre Max 900 plans.
In the UK, EE now offers full fibre broadband that “can handle anything” that you might want to use your home broadband connection for. You can connect up to 100 devices to your EE full fibre connection. You’ll also benefit from a more reliable connection compared to normal fibre broadband.
At present, you can get EE’s full fibre broadband from just £31/month when you order through this link. There’s a choice of three different plans, depending on the speeds you require (Fibre Max 100, Fibre Max 500 and Fibre Max 900).
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In this article, we’ll review EE’s full fibre broadband and the Full Fibre Max plans you’re able to choose from. We’ll also look at the benefits of upgrading to EE full fibre and how you can switch to EE’s full fibre service.
Vodafone is offering 25GB data for £10 for the first 3 months with no contract & no credit check.
In the UK, Vodafone is currently offering their Pay As You Go customers up to 5 times data for 3 months. It means you can get a massive 25GB of data for £10 with no need for a contract or credit check. You’ll also get unlimited UK minutes and unlimited UK texts included in your bundle.
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In this article, we’ll look at Vodafone’s Pay As You Go offers for January 2022, including their SIM cards with up to five times as much data. We’ll also look at some of the inclusive features and benefits on Vodafone Pay As You Go such as Total Rollover, VeryMe Rewards and roaming in 51 European destinations. Finally, we’ll discuss the coverage on the service and how you can keep your current phone number when switching to Vodafone.
Talkmobile offers hidden one-month SIM-only deals including 3GB data for £4.95, 6GB data for £5.95 and 12GB data for £6.95.
In the UK, Talkmobile is a low-cost sub-brand of Vodafone. They have a range of hidden SIM-only deals from £4.95 per month that you won’t be able to find if you go directly to their site. These hidden SIM-only deals also give you a shorter one-month rolling contract for additional flexibility, along with 99.9% population coverage on Vodafone’s 4G network.
In this article, we’ll look at Talkmobile’s hidden SIM-only deals and the best offers currently available on Talkmobile. We’ll also look at Talkmobile’s network & coverage, along with how you can keep your current phone number when switching to Talkmobile.
Three’s 4G Plus Hub is their fastest 4G home broadband router, available from £17 per month with unlimited data. Read our review.
In the UK, Three currently offers a choice of 4G home broadband routers: the regular 4G Hub (available from £14 per month) and the newer 4G Plus Hub (available from £17 per month).
When you choose the 4G Plus Hub, you’ll get a more powerful router that supports Category 18 LTE technology. If you’re living in an area where Three’s network has been upgraded, this can give you faster download speeds than on the normal 4G Hub router. You’ll also benefit from plug-and-play setup with free next working day delivery.
In this article, we’ll review the 4G Plus Hub and how it compares to the normal 4G Hub. We’ll also look at the best offers available for the 4G Plus Hub, along with the download speeds and coverage available.
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 16 mobile networks that offer an unlimited data plan in the UK. Twelve 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.
In the UK, you can get an eSIM from EE, O2, Virgin Media or Vodafone for use in your iPhone, Samsung Galaxy or Google Pixel phone.
eSIM or embedded SIM technology is now available on the latest smartphones from Apple, Samsung and Google. On devices like the iPhone 13 and the Galaxy S21, you can download an eSIM to your phone. This will allow you to get connected without the need for a physical SIM card. You can also use an eSIM to activate dual-SIM functionality on these phones.
At present, it’s possible to get an eSIM on compatible Pay Monthly plans from EE, O2, Virgin Media and Vodafone. In addition, there are several other mobile networks currently working on eSIM support. For instance, Three offered eSIMs for a short period during 2020 and is now planning to relaunch it in 2022. Meanwhile, BT offers eSIM support but this is only available to BT Business customers.
In this article, we’ll look at eSIM technology in the UK. We’ll start by asking what eSIMs are and how they compare to the traditional SIM cards that have been in use for more than 30 years. We’ll then look at the devices you can use an eSIM with and at the support for eSIM across different UK networks.
With a Pay As You Go bundle, you’ll convert your credit into a one-month allowance of minutes, texts and mobile data. Compare the UK’s best value bundles.
If you’re currently looking for a Pay As You Go bundle in the UK, there are more than 80 Pay As You Go bundles to choose from across 13 providers.
When you buy a Pay As You Go bundle, you’ll convert your Pay As You Go credit into a one month allowance of minutes, texts and mobile data. This will usually save you money compared to traditional Pay As You Go, unless you happen to be a light user spending less than £5 per month.
The benefit of Pay As You Go bundles is that you’ll retain complete control over how much you spend. There’s also no need to sign a contract or to undergo a credit check to get one. You also have the flexibility to stop your bundles or to change them at any time (including moving back to traditional Pay As You Go).
In this article, we’ll compare the Pay As You Go bundles that are currently available in the UK. We’ll also look at the best value plans available, the different providers you can choose from, and the different features that are available.
Hyperoptic’s Hyperfast Broadband starts from £35/month and is 11 times faster than the UK’s average broadband.
In the UK, Hyperoptic offers gigabit-capable broadband from £35 per month when you choose their Hyperfast 1Gb plan. This gives you average download speeds of up to 900Mbps: more than 11 times faster than the UK’s average broadband service. You’ll also benefit from a more reliable connection, faster upload speeds and a fixed price for the duration of your commitment period.
In this article, we’ll review the Hyperfast broadband service from Hyperoptic. We’ll start by looking at what it is and how you can get it. We’ll then look at the main benefits of getting Hyperfast broadband, the availability of the service and how you can change your provider to Hyperoptic.