You can get a 5G SIM Only Deal from £5/month in the UK. We compare 5G SIM cards from BT, EE, O2, Sky, Tesco, Three, Vodafone and VOXI.

In the UK, it’s now possible to get a SIM-only deal with 5G coverage from as little as £5/month. Compared to older 3G and 4G SIM cards, this gives you access to faster 5G download speeds. You’ll also benefit from greater network capacity and reduced latency when using the 5G network.

At the moment, 5G SIM-only deals are available to buy from EE, O2, Sky Mobile, Tesco Mobile, Three, Vodafone and VOXI. It’s also possible to get 5G on BT Mobile but this is currently limited to 24 month contracts with a new 5G device.

In this article, we’ll compare the 5G SIM Only Deals currently available in the UK. We’ll look at the 5G price plans available on each mobile network before summarising the benefits of 5G and the 5G handsets you can use. We’ll also look at the 5G coverage that’s available on different networks.

Compare 5G SIM Only Deals

At the moment, you can get a 5G-ready SIM-only deal from seven UK mobile networks: EE, O2, Sky Mobile, Tesco Mobile, Three, Vodafone and VOXI.

The following table shows a list of these 5G SIM card deals:

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NetworkMinutesTextsDataMonthly
Cost
Three600Unlimited1GB£5.00
12 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited1GB£6.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited4GB£7.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited8GB£8.00
12 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited3GB£8.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited8GB£9.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£10.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited8GB£10.00
12 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited5GB£10.00
18 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£12.00
12 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited10GB£12.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited4GB£12.00
24 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited2GB£12.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited4GB£13.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£14.00
24 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited20GB£15.00
18 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited15GB£15.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited5GB£15.00
24 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited5GB£15.00
12 months
Tesco Mobile5,0005,0005GB£15.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£16.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited5GB£16.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited4GB£16.00
1 month
O2UnlimitedUnlimited10GB£17.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£18.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited100GB£18.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited30GB£18.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£19.00
1 month
O2UnlimitedUnlimited120GB£20.00
18 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited100GB£20.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited60GB£20.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited30GB£20.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited20GB£20.00
24 months
Tesco Mobile5,0005,00020GB£20.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited5GB£20.00
1 month
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£22.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
2Mbps max
£22.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£24.00
1 month
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
2Mbps max
£24.00
12 months
EEUnlimitedUnlimited60GB£24.00
18 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited30GB£24.00
1 month
Tesco Mobile5,0005,00050GB£25.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited40GB£25.00
24 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited25GB£25.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited20GB£25.00
1 month
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£26.00
1 month
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£26.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£26.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
10Mbps max
£26.00
24 months
EEUnlimitedUnlimited100GB£27.00
18 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited40GB£27.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited20GB£27.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
2Mbps max
£28.00
1 month
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
10Mbps max
£28.00
12 months
Tesco Mobile5,0005,000100GB£30.00
12 months
EEUnlimitedUnlimited200GB£31.00
18 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
10Mbps max
£32.00
1 month
O2UnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£33.00
18 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£33.00
12 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£35.00
12 months
VOXIUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£35.00
1 month
EEUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£35.00
18 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£37.00
1 month

To benefit from the fastest 5G download speeds, you’ll need a 5G-ready handset and will need to be in a 5G coverage area. If you aren’t able to access 5G, you can still access older forms of coverage like 3G and 4G on any of these SIM cards.

To get 5G coverage on Sky Mobile for the prices listed above, you’ll need to join the Sky VIP loyalty programme for free. Alternatively, if you don’t join the Sky VIP programme, it’ll cost you an extra £5/month to get access to 5G.

5G SIM Cards: By Network

BT Mobile

BT Mobile offers 5G coverage from EE, but only to customers buying a 5G smartphone on contract from BT. 5G smartphones currently available on BT Mobile include the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and the Huawei Mate 20X 5G.

Unfortunately, BT Mobile doesn’t currently offer 5G coverage on their SIM-only deals. This means you’ll need to choose a different mobile network if you’d like a 5G SIM card for a mobile phone that you already own.

EE

EE was the UK’s first mobile network to offer 5G, having launched it all the way back in May 2019.

At the moment, EE’s 5G network covers more than 80 UK towns and cities. They currently offer 5G coverage on all of their Smart SIM cards:

NetworkMinutesTextsDataMonthly
Cost
EEUnlimitedUnlimited60GB£24.00
18 months
EEUnlimitedUnlimited100GB£27.00
18 months
EEUnlimitedUnlimited200GB£31.00
18 months
EEUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£35.00
18 months

You’ll get a Swappable Benefit included with all EE Smart plans, along with Reserve Data for when your allowance runs out. This allows you to stay connected with unlimited data for the rest of the month at a maximum speed of 2Mbps.

You can also buy a new 5G smartphone on contract from EE. Devices currently available include the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, the Huawei P40 Pro 5G and the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G. A full list of available 5G phones can be found on the EE website.

You’ll get uncapped download speeds on EE’s 5G network, unless you’re using Reserve Data. In theory, speeds can go all the way up to 1,000Mbit/s. However, EE says the average download speed for their network is 205Mbit/s when connected to 5G. A fair usage policy applies to unlimited data on EE.

See EE’s website for a full list of their 5G devices and for their 5G network coverage.

O2

O2 offers 5G coverage at no extra cost on their SIM-only plans, with prices starting from just £10/month. You can choose from a wide range of data allowances, including unlimited 5G data from £33/month.

NetworkMinutesTextsDataMonthly
Cost
O2UnlimitedUnlimited5GB£10.00
18 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited2GB£12.00
12 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited20GB£15.00
18 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited5GB£15.00
12 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited10GB£17.00
12 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited120GB£20.00
18 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimited100GB£20.00
12 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£33.00
18 months
O2UnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£35.00
12 months
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At the time of writing, O2 offers 5G coverage in more than 20 UK towns and cities. See our guide to O2’s coverage and network for more information. Alternatively, O2 has a web page about their 5G rollout.

Sky Mobile

Sky offers 5G coverage on the Sky Mobile service at no extra cost to customers who enrol in the Sky VIP loyalty programme. This is free to join through the My Sky app and it’s our recommended way of getting access to 5G on Sky Mobile. Customers not wanting to enrol in Sky VIP will need to pay an extra £5/month to get access to 5G.

The following SIM-only deals from Sky Mobile will give you access to 5G coverage with Sky VIP:

NetworkMinutesTextsDataMonthly
Cost
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited1GB£6.00
12 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited3GB£8.00
12 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited10GB£12.00
12 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited15GB£15.00
12 months
Sky MobileUnlimitedUnlimited25GB£25.00
12 months

Sky offers 5G coverage in the same towns and cities as O2. For more information, see our guide to the coverage on Sky Mobile or see Sky’s official website for information about their 5G service.

Tesco Mobile

Tesco Mobile launched their 5G service in March 2020, making use of 5G coverage from O2’s network. In order to get access to 5G, you’ll need to choose one of Tesco Mobile’s 5G SIM only contracts. These currently start from £15/month on a 12-month contract.

The following SIM-only contracts from Tesco Mobile will give you access to 5G coverage:

NetworkMinutesTextsDataMonthly
Cost
Tesco Mobile5,0005,0005GB£15.00
12 months
Tesco Mobile5,0005,00020GB£20.00
12 months
Tesco Mobile5,0005,00050GB£25.00
12 months
Tesco Mobile5,0005,000100GB£30.00
12 months

On Tesco Mobile, you’ll have access to 5G coverage in the same towns and cities as as on O2. For more information, please see the official Tesco Mobile website.

Three

Three offers 5G coverage at no extra cost on all of their price plans, with SIM-only deals currently starting from just £5/month.

At present, Three offers 5G coverage in 66 UK towns and cities. Compared to other UK mobile networks, they have a lot more usable 5G spectrum. This has led them to claim they’re building the UK’s fastest 5G mobile network.

The following SIM-only deals from Three will give you access to 5G coverage:

NetworkMinutesTextsDataMonthly
Cost
Three600Unlimited1GB£5.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited4GB£7.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited8GB£8.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited8GB£9.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£10.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited8GB£10.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£12.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited4GB£12.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited4GB£13.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£14.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£16.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited4GB£16.00
1 month
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£18.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited100GB£18.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited30GB£18.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited12GB£19.00
1 month
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited30GB£20.00
12 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£22.00
24 months
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£24.00
1 month
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimited30GB£24.00
1 month
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£26.00
1 month
ThreeUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£26.00
12 months
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Three also offers 5G home broadband, allowing you to get your devices at home connected to the internet without the need for a phone line or cable.

For more information, see our guide to Three’s 5G network and Three’s UK mobile coverage. You can also see Three’s official website for information about their 5G service.

Vodafone

Vodafone offers 5G coverage on a range of price plans. You can choose from a Vodafone unlimited data plan or a Vodafone Red plan with data from 5GB per month.

At present, you can choose from the following 5G SIM-only deals on Vodafone. Prices start from £15/month:

NetworkMinutesTextsDataMonthly
Cost
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited5GB£15.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited5GB£16.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited60GB£20.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited20GB£20.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited5GB£20.00
1 month
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
2Mbps max
£22.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
2Mbps max
£24.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited40GB£25.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited20GB£25.00
1 month
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£26.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
10Mbps max
£26.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited40GB£27.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimited20GB£27.00
24 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
2Mbps max
£28.00
1 month
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
10Mbps max
£28.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
10Mbps max
£32.00
1 month
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£33.00
12 months
VodafoneUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£37.00
1 month
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On the Red 20GB, Unlimited and Unlimited Max price plans, you can optionally add a £7/month Entertainment package. This will give you inclusive access to Amazon Prime Video, NOW TV, Sky Sports Mobile TV or Spotify Premium. You’ll also get 100 UK-to-EU minutes each month.

On Vodafone’s Unlimited Lite and Unlimited price plans, there’s a restriction on the maximum download speeds you’re able to obtain (2Mbit/s on Unlimited Lite and 10Mbit/s on Unlimited). You’ll need to choose the Unlimited Max price plan for unlimited data without speed limits on 5G. Customers on the Unlimited Max plan will also get access to Vodafone Global Roaming Plus. This allows you to use your mobile phone at no extra cost in 81 destinations.

Vodafone’s 5G SIM cards can optionally be taken together with fibre broadband as part of a Vodafone Together bundle. If you choose Vodafone Together, you’ll get a discounted price for Vodafone Superfast broadband with your Vodafone 5G SIM card.

VOXI

VOXI is a low-cost sub-brand of Vodafone, offering unlimited data with 5G coverage. This is more commonly referred to as the “endless data plan”. On VOXI, you’ll get 5G coverage in all of the same places where 5G coverage is currently available on Vodafone.

Endless 5G data is currently available for £35/month on VOXI:

NetworkMinutesTextsDataMonthly
Cost
VOXIUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited£35.00
1 month

For more information, read our full review of VOXI or see VOXI’s official website.

Other Networks

At the time of writing, other mobile networks are still yet to confirm the exact launch date for their 5G services.

Normally, lower-cost mobile virtual network operators will get 5G coverage later than their underlying coverage provider. This is because the four major networks (EE, O2, Three and Vodafone) initially want to keep 5G technology as an exclusive for their own customers. This pattern was seen when 4G launched in the UK, with smaller mobile networks getting it one or two years after the underlying coverage provider.

The following table keeps track of the 5G coverage provider for each mobile network and any announcements that have already been made around the launch date for 5G:

Mobile Network 5G Coverage Provider 5G Launch Date
1pMobile EE TBC – “as soon as we have access” (see announcement)
ASDA Mobile EE TBC – “not currently available” (see FAQ)
giffgaff O2 TBC – 5G trial currently in progress (see announcement)
iD Mobile Three TBC
Lebara Mobile Vodafone TBC
Lycamobile O2 TBC
Plusnet Mobile EE TBC – “no information regarding 5G” (see discussion)
SMARTY Three TBC – “coming soon” but no confirmed date (see website)
Virgin Mobile O2 TBC – pending merger of O2 and Virgin Media (see press release)

For more information, see our full guide to mobile phone coverage in the UK.

Benefits of 5G

There are three main benefits to using a 5G mobile network:

  1. 5G has greater network capacity. 5G mobile networks have much more capacity for carrying data than older 3G and 4G networks. This means a lot more people can be using their phones before the mobile network gets congested in an area. This can be important in places like a sports stadium, a train station or other city centre locations where many people are using their phone at the same time.
  2. 5G has lower latency. Latency refers to the amount of time it takes for data to travel from your phone to the internet and back. On present-day 4G mobile networks, average latency is around 50ms (0.05 seconds). On 5G networks, this should drop to less than 10ms (0.01 seconds). This lower latency is important for online gaming, as well as new technologies like augmented reality.
  3. 5G offers faster download speeds. On 5G, it’s possible to get average download speeds of around 150-200Mbit/s. This compares to around 30Mbit/s for present-day 4G mobile networks. The fastest download speeds on 5G can be even faster than this (sometimes up to 1,000Mbit/s or 1Gbit/s) but it’s unlikely you’ll be able to access these download speeds at the start.

See our guide to mobile network download speeds for more in-depth information.

5G Handsets

To get the benefits of 5G technology, you’ll need a handset that supports the latest 5G mobile networks. At the time of writing, the following 5G handsets are available to buy in the UK:

You can also buy a 5G smartphone from various retailers on an unlocked basis.

All of the 5G-ready smartphones currently available on the market are powered by Google’s Android operating system. If you’re looking for an Apple iPhone that supports 5G coverage, the latest industry rumours suggest this will only become available around September 2020.

If your handset doesn’t support 5G technology, you’ll still be able to access 3G and 4G coverage on a 5G-ready SIM card.

5G Coverage

To benefit from 5G technology, you’ll need to be in a 5G coverage area. At the moment, there’s a phased rollout of 5G coverage, mainly starting from the UK’s largest towns and cities.

The following table shows a list of towns and cities where 5G coverage is currently available on different networks. It also shows other towns and cities that have a confirmed launch date for 5G:

5G NetworkCurrently LivePlanned & Announced
EE
(check coverage)
80 towns and cities live
Ashton-under-Lyne, Bath, Belfast, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Borehamwood, Bransholme, Bristol, Bury, Cardiff, Castlereagh, Chatham, Chelmsford, Cheshunt, Chesterfield, Clevedon, Clifton, Clydebank, Coventry, Dartford, Dinnington, Dudley, Edinburgh, Gillingham, Glasgow, Grays, Guildford, Hamilton, Harlow, Hoddesdon, Huddersfield, Hull, Inchinnan, Kimberley, Kingston-upon-Thames, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Lisburn, Liverpool, London, Loughborough, Loughton, Maidstone, Manchester, Milnrow, Motherwell, Newcastle, Newton-le-Willows, North Shields, Northampton, Nottingham, Oldham, Paisley, Potters Bar, Rochdale, Rochester, Romford, Rotherham, Rugeley, Salford, Sheffield, Solihull, South Shields, Southend-on-Sea, Staines-upon-Thames, Stevenage, Stirling, Sunderland, Sutton Coldfield, Swadlincote, Sydenham, Wakefield, Walsall, Waltham Cross, Watford, West Bromwich, Westhoughton, Weybridge, Wolverhampton
9 towns and cities planned
Aberdeen, Cambridge, Derby, Gloucester, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Southampton, Worcester
O2
(check coverage)
60 towns and cities live
Aberdeen, Ashford, Banstead, Basildon, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Chatham, Chesterfield, Coventry, Dartford, Derby, Dundee, Eastbourne, Edinburgh, Esher, Gateshead, Gillingham, Glasgow, Grays, Hemel Hempstead, Huddersfield, Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Lisburn, Liverpool, London, Lowestoft, Luton, Manchester, Mansfield, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Newtownabbey, North Shields, Northampton, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Rainham, Redhill, Rotherham, Sheffield, Slough, South Shields, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunbury, Sunderland, Thundersley, Warrington, Weybridge, Windsor, Worthing, York
14 towns and cities planned
Birkenhead, Blackpool, Bournemouth, Cambridge, Eton, Guildford, Hove, Kingston-upon-Thames, Milton Keynes, Newbury, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton, Wolverhampton
Three
(check coverage)
68 towns and cities live
Aberdeen, Abingdon-on-Thames, Aldershot, Aldridge, Balloch, Barrow-in-Furness, Basildon, Bath, Bedford, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Blackpool, Borehamwood, Bradford, Brighton, Brookmans Park, Cannock, Cardiff, Chatham, Clayton-le-Woods, Coventry, Crawley, Cullingworth, Derby, Doncaster, Dundee, Glasgow, Gorebridge, Grays, Grimsby, Guildford, Heanor, Hedge End, Hemel Hempstead, Huddersfield, Inchinnan, Ipswich, Leeds, Leicester, Leyland, Liverpool, London, Lower Stondon, Luton, Maidstone, Manchester, Mansfield, Motherwell, Neston, Newquay, Nottingham, Nuneaton, Peterborough, Plymouth, Preston, Reading, Redcar, Royston, Sheffield, Slough, St Albans, Stevenage, Swadlincote, Swindon, Telford, Westhoughton, Wickford, Wigan
0 towns and cities planned
Vodafone
(check coverage)
45 towns and cities live
Ambleside, Bebington, Belfast, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Bishopbriggs, Bolton, Bootle, Bristol, Cardiff, Cheadle, Droylsden, Eccles, Edinburgh, Gatwick, Glasgow, Guildford, Horwich, Huyton-with-Roby, Isle of Scilly, Kingswood, Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Llandudno, London, Manchester, Mangotsfield, Newbury, Paisley, Penarth, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Prestwich, Reading, Rochdale, Salford, Solihull, Southampton, Stockport, Stoke-on-Trent, Stretford, Wallasey, Warrington, Wolverhampton
2 towns and cities planned
Blackpool, Bournemouth

If 5G coverage hasn’t yet launched in your area, you’ll still be able to receive coverage from older 3G and 4G mobile networks. See our full guide to 5G mobile coverage in the UK for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which mobile networks offer 5G SIM only deals?
You can currently get a 5G SIM only deal from the following mobile networks:

BT Mobile also offers 5G coverage. However, this is currently only available to customers buying a new 5G smartphone directly from them on a 24-month contract.

What’s the cheapest 5G SIM only deal in the UK?
The UK’s cheapest 5G-ready SIM only deal costs £5/month. Prices do vary by mobile network, however. The cheapest 5G price plan by mobile network is as follows:
Can I get unlimited data on a 5G SIM card?
Yes, it’s possible to get unlimited data with 5G coverage on EE, O2, Three, Vodafone and VOXI. Prices start from £18/month for unlimited data on 5G.
What are the benefits of 5G coverage?
5G coverage offers greater network capacity so download speeds are much less likely to slow down in busy or congested areas. It also offers lower latency (~10ms) and faster download speeds (around 150-200Mbit/s on today’s 5G networks).
Where is 5G coverage currently available?
5G coverage is currently available in more than 140 UK towns and cities. The towns and cities that are covered by 5G differ depending on the mobile network you’re using. See our guide to 5G mobile coverage in the UK.

More Information

For more information about 5G, please see the BT Mobile, EE, O2, Sky Mobile, Tesco Mobile, Three or Vodafone websites.

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  • Hi there, fantastic website! I had a question regarding 5G sim only plans – do any of the UK carriers offer two sim’s for the one contract? Say for instance I wanted to go with three’s unlimited 5g offer and put the SIM in my Huawei 5g router – would it be possible to get another sim on the same contract for my 4g phone to make calls? Do you know if any carriers offer this? Otherwise I guess it’s a case of having two contracts – one for phone and another for router. Many Thanks!

    • Hi Crispin,
      Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately, yes, it’s a case of getting two separate contracts. There are a couple of products that will allow you to share the data allowance between different SIM cards (e.g. EE offers data gifting on their SIM cards, allowing you to transfer data allowance between your router and your mobile phone SIM card), but this may not actually save you very much money compared to buying two separate contracts with the amount of data you need.
      Ken

    • Hi Cecil,
      Thanks for the heads up about this! I’m currently just in the process of updating the website to reflect to this!
      Thanks again for letting me know 🙂
      Ken

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