ASDA Mobile offers SIM-only deals from £4/month with no contract, no credit check and coverage from Vodafone.
In the UK, ASDA Mobile is a low-cost mobile network offering SIM-only plans from £4/month. Available with no contract and no credit check, you’ll now get Vodafone coverage on all new ASDA Mobile plans. You’ll also be able to access Vodafone’s 5G network on plans from £10/month.
In March 2021, ASDA Mobile started migrating their customers to their new network which uses coverage from Vodafone. Previously, ASDA Mobile customers had access to 2G, 3G and 4G coverage from EE. All ASDA Mobile customers on the old EE-powered network will need to move to the new Vodafone-powered network before the 15th September 2021.
In this article, we’ll review the new ASDA Mobile network including the SIM-only plans that are available and the Pay As You Go service. We’ll also look at ASDA Mobile’s migration from EE to Vodafone, how ASDA’s plans compare to alternatives and the coverage available on the service.
Sky Cinema is the home of Sky Original films. You’ll also get 20% off at the Sky Store and an unrivalled range of movies to stream and to watch on TV.
In the UK, Sky Cinema is a television package aimed at avid movie-goers and film-lovers. It’s the exclusive home of Sky Original films with at least two new original movies released every month. As a Sky Cinema customer, you’ll also get 20% off movie rentals from the Sky Store along with an unrivalled range of movies to stream and to watch on TV. You’ll get Sky Go included with your package, so you can watch Sky Cinema wherever you are.
In this article, we’ll look at the Sky Cinema offering. We’ll start by looking at what you’re able to watch on the Sky Cinema service, including the Sky Original films, the online streaming and the Sky Cinema channels. We’ll also look at the best Sky Cinema deals and how you can watch Sky Cinema on your TV, online and on your mobile phone.
The Huawei 4G Plus MiFi (Huawei E5783B) allows you to get high-speed 4G mobile broadband on up to 16 devices.
If you’re looking to use 4G broadband at home or when you’re on-the-go, Three currently offers the Huawei 4G Plus MiFi (Huawei E5783) from £10 per month. It allows you to use high-speed 4G broadband, with Wi-Fi on up to 16 devices at the same time.
When you’re using the Huawei 4G Plus hotspot, it will connect to Three’s 4G network with a maximum download speed of 300Mbps. It will use the 4G connection to produce a regular wi-fi network that you’re able to connect to from other devices. This includes your laptop, tablet, smartphone, smart TV and other smart home devices. You can use the mobile broadband service when you’re at home, or when you’re travelling to other locations.
In this article, we’ll review the Huawei 4G Plus MiFi, including the price plans available and the technical specifications of the device. We’ll also compare it to alternative devices like the 4G Hub and 5G Hub, both of which are also available from Three. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage and download speeds available when using the 4G Plus MiFi on Three.
Three offers 5G home broadband from £24/month with average download speeds of more than 100Mbps and the Three 5G Hub router.
In the UK, Three now offers a 5G home broadband service in selected postcodes across 194 towns and cities. Giving you average download speeds of more than 100Mbps, it’s faster than most widely-available fibre broadband plans. You’ll also get the 5G Hub router included to use with your 5G broadband service from £24/month.
Three’s 5G home broadband can be ordered online with free next working-day delivery. It only requires a ‘plug and play’ setup: simply plug it in at the wall and it’s ready to use (there’s no need for a phone line or for an engineer visit).
As a special offer for April 2021, an exclusive £5/month discount is available when you order through this link. It brings the monthly cost of Three’s 5G broadband down to £24/month on a 24-month plan and down to £29/month on a 12-month plan.
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In this article, we’ll review Three’s 5G home broadband. We’ll start by looking at how it works and at the plans that are currently available. We’ll also review the 5G Hub router before looking at how it compares to other home broadband services. Finally, we’ll look at the availability of the service and how to get 5G broadband from Three.
BT’s Digital Voice is their next-generation home phone service. It gives you better quality HD Voice calls on your landline.
In the UK, Digital Voice is BT’s next-generation landline service. Giving you HD-quality phone calls and added features such as voicemail and call divert, it’s now available to selected BT Broadband customers across the UK. You can get a free Digital Voice handset from BT including their new Advanced Digital Home Phone with Alexa built-in.
In this article, we’ll review BT’s Digital Voice service including what it is and how it compares to a traditional home phone service. We’ll also compare the two Digital Home Phones available from BT including their Essential Digital Phone and their Advanced Digital Phone with Alexa built-in. We’ll also look at BT’s broadband and home phone deals, along with the Digital Voice service that is available to customers on BT Business.
Tesco Mobile offers unlimited data plans from £28/month with 5G coverage from the O2 network. You’ll also get 6 months of Clubcard Plus.
If you’re looking for unlimited data with coverage from O2, one of the best value options is currently to get an unlimited data plan from Tesco Mobile. Currently available from £28 per month, it gives you unlimited data with 5G at no extra cost. You’ll also get 5000 minutes, 5000 texts and 6 months of Clubcard Plus included. This allows you to save up to £40 per month when you shop at Tesco.
In this article, we’ll review Tesco Mobile’s unlimited data plans. We’ll look at the unlimited data offers currently available at Tesco Mobile, along with the download speeds you can expect and the fair usage policy. We’ll also compare Tesco’s unlimited data plans to those available on other networks, before looking at the coverage available and how to keep your current number.
Vodafone offers 4G Broadband Backup on their Pro Broadband plans. It gives you an automatic 4G backup in case your fibre broadband goes down.
In the UK, Vodafone now offers 4G Broadband Backup with all of their Pro Broadband plans. Making use of Vodafone’s hybrid hub technology and 4G network, it provides you with an automatic 4G-based backup for when your fibre broadband service goes down. This means all of your devices will stay connected to the internet without any disruption.
You can get a Vodafone Pro Broadband plan from £35/month with the 4G Broadband Backup service included in the price. You’ll also get Vodafone’s Super WiFi service on Pro Broadband along with a number of other benefits like WiFi Xperts and faster FTTP plans. You'll also get a £75 reward card to spend at Amazon.co.uk when you sign up to a Pro Broadband plan.
In this article, we’ll review Vodafone’s 4G Broadband Backup including what it is, how it works and how you can use it. We’ll also look at how it differs from 4G mobile broadband and the other benefits of signing up to Pro Broadband on Vodafone.
O2 is offering unlimited data plans from £25/month with six months of Apple Music and Disney+ or Amazon Prime Video. 5G is available at no extra cost.
In the UK, O2 is now offering an unlimited data SIM card for just £25 per month. Available on either a 12-month contract or 24-month contract, it now includes 6 months of Apple Music. You can also choose a free O2 Extra such 6 months of Disney+ or 12 months of Amazon Prime Video.
As a customer on O2’s unlimited data plan, you’ll get access to 5G at no extra cost in 155 UK towns and cities.
In this article, we’ll review O2’s unlimited data plans. We’ll start by looking at the unlimited data SIM cards available from O2 and what you’ll get included in terms of free music and entertainment. We’ll also look at the download speeds available and at O2’s fair usage policy for unlimited data in the UK. Finally, we’ll compare O2’s unlimited data plan to what is available on other networks and how you can keep your current phone number when joining O2.
Shell Energy offers Superfast and Ultrafast fibre broadband deals with an inclusive router and Shell Go+ rewards.
In the UK, Shell Energy is a provider of low-cost home broadband with a choice of copper broadband, superfast fibre and ultrafast fibre plans. With prices starting from £16.99 per month, you’ll get unlimited downloads and an inclusive router on all Shell Energy plans. You’ll also benefit from the Shell Go+ rewards programme which gives you a 3% saving when you fill up your car at Shell.
In this article, we’ll review and compare the broadband plans available from Shell Energy in the UK. We’ll start by looking at the price plans they offer and what you’ll get included on each one. We’ll then look at the download speeds available and at the Technicolor router you’ll get included with the service. We’ll also look at how you can change broadband providers from another company to Shell.
Lebara Mobile offers SIM-only deals with no contract and no credit check. You can get 10GB of data for £10.
In the UK, Lebara Mobile offers low-cost SIM cards for your mobile phone, starting from £5/month with no contract or credit check.
On Lebara, there’s no contract to sign so you can change or cancel your plan at any time. You’ll also get access to Vodafone’s 4G network with 99% population coverage and with average download speeds of more than 20Mbps.
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In this article, we’ll review Lebara Mobile’s SIM-only deals and the offers that are currently available including £10 of free credit. We’ll also look at the key features of Lebara Mobile including their flexible 30-day rolling plans, the inclusive international minutes and the unlimited data plans that are available.