Sky offers Signature and Ultimate TV packages with add-ons such as Netflix, Sky Sports and Sky Cinema.
In the UK, Sky currently offers a range of television packages from £25/month. All Sky TV customers will get Sky Signature as their base TV package which comes with access to more than 300 channels including entertainment and documentaries. You’ll also get more than 500 box sets to watch on-demand.
If you upgrade to Sky Ultimate, you’ll get a subscription to Netflix with Sky TV, allowing you to watch both services through your Sky Q box.
Once you’ve chosen your Sky TV plan, you’ll be able to add a range of extra add-ons to it. Optional Sky TV add-ons include Sky Sports and BT Sport, along with the Sky Cinema channels and the Sky Kids service. You can also add HD channels, Ultra HD channels or Sky Multiscreen which allows you to watch in multiple rooms at the same time.
In this article, we’ll review Sky’s television packages including Sky Signature and Sky Ultimate TV. We’ll also look at the Sky Q box that’s included and the Sky Go app which allows you to watch wherever you are. Finally, we’ll look at the extras that are available for Sky TV including Sky Sports, BT Sport, Sky Cinema and more.
EE offers a 5G unlimited data plan with inclusive Smart Benefits like Apple Music or BT Sport. There’s a 600GB fair use limit and personal hotspot on 12 devices.
In the UK, EE now offers an unlimited data plan with access to 5G coverage from £37/month. Available on a choice of SIM-only plans and Pay Monthly phones, it allows you to use as much data as you like without the need to worry about running out of data mid-month.
On EE’s unlimited data plans, you’ll now get a Smart Benefit included in the price (e.g. an inclusive subscription to Apple Music, the BT Sport app or Amazon Prime Video). You’ll also get a shareable data allowance of up to 120GB that you’re able to share with another SIM card on your EE account.
Things to watch out for on EE’s unlimited data plan include a fair usage limit of 600GB per month and a limit of 12 devices for tethering and personal hotspot.
In this article, we’ll review EE’s unlimited data plans. We’ll start by looking at the plans that are available and what you’ll get on each one. We’ll also look at the fair usage policies and download speeds before comparing EE’s unlimited data SIM card to other networks. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage that’s available on EE and how you can keep your current phone number.
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 14 mobile networks that offer an unlimited data plan in the UK. Nine providers offer unlimited data with 5G coverage, with a further five providers offering unlimited data with 4G. 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.
Virgin Mobile offers an unlimited data SIM card from only £20/month with access to 5G.
In the UK, Virgin Mobile now offers an unlimited data plan from £20/month with inclusive access to 5G. This follows the recent switch of their coverage provider from EE to Vodafone, which gives customers access to 5G coverage in 100 UK towns & cities.
In this article, we’ll review Virgin Media’s unlimited data plan including the SIM cards available, the expected download speeds and the fair usage policy. We’ll also compare Virgin’s unlimited data plan to what is available on other networks before looking at the coverage you’re able to expect. Finally, we’ll look at how you can keep your current phone number when switching to the Virgin Mobile network.
TalkTalk offers HomeSafe, SuperSafe and CallSafe technology with their broadband and home phone packages. Find out how they work and how they compare to each other.
In the UK, TalkTalk currently offers three security solutions together with their home broadband and home phone service.
All TalkTalk customers are offered HomeSafe and CallSafe at no extra cost. HomeSafe is a network-level web filter that blocks access to inappropriate websites, whereas CallSafe screens incoming phone calls to stop unwanted and scam calls from getting through.
In addition, you can add the SuperSafe Boost to get downloadable security software that you can install on up to 10 devices. This includes anti-virus software that’s powered by F-Secure along with a password manager and device-level parental controls. The SuperSafe Boost costs £4/month on Fast Broadband and £2/month on Fibre 35 and Fibre 65. It’s included at no extra cost for customers on Fibre 150.
In this article, we’ll look at TalkTalk’s three security solutions. We’ll start with a comparison of the three services before looking at each individual service in more detail.
You can get a 5G SIM Only Deal from £5/month on 10 different networks. Compare the best value 5G SIM only deals in the UK.
In the UK, it’s now possible to get a 5G SIM-only deal from 10 different mobile networks. You can get a 5G SIM card from only £5/month, giving you access to faster 5G speeds on your phone. You’ll also benefit from greater network capacity and reduced latency when using 5G.
In this article, we’ll compare the best value 5G SIM Only Deals that are available in the UK. We’ll start with an overview of all the plans available before looking at the 5G SIM cards on each network in more detail. We’ll also look at the benefits of 5G and where you’re currently able to get 5G coverage in the UK.
SMARTY offers a £20 unlimited data SIM card with no contract and no credit check required.
In the UK, SMARTY Mobile is currently offering an unlimited data SIM card for £20/month.
The plan is available on a one-month rolling basis, with no contract and no credit check required. You’ll get 3G and 4G coverage from the Three network.
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In this article, we’ll review SMARTY’s unlimited data SIM card. We’ll start by looking at what their £20 unlimited data plan includes, the download speeds available and the monthly fair usage policy. We’ll then look at how SMARTY’s unlimited data SIM card compares to rival networks and at the coverage available on SMARTY. Finally, we’ll look at how you can keep your current phone number when moving to the SMARTY network.
EE now offers fibre broadband without a landline, allowing you to save money by not having a phone line you don’t use.
In the UK, EE now offers fibre broadband without a phone line from £23 per month (from £23 per month if you’re an EE Pay Monthly mobile customer).
Designed for customers who don’t use their landline for making or receiving calls, the service allows you to save money by not having a phone line that you don’t use. You can still add a landline if you’d like one, or additional features like EE’s Smart WiFi service are also available as an add-on.
In this article, we’ll explain how EE’s broadband without a landline service works. We’ll look at the plans available, at the discounts available for EE customers and at the optional calling add-ons if you want a landline. We’ll also discuss the other features of EE broadband and how you can switch from your current broadband provider to EE.
Three offers unlimited data from £16 per month with 5G coverage, roaming and personal hotspot.
In the UK, Three now offers an unlimited data plan from only £16 per month. It gives you access to Three’s 5G network in 194 UK towns and cities, along with 99.8% population coverage on Three’s 4G network.
One of the main benefits of choosing an unlimited data plan on Three is that you’ll be able to use it without fair usage limits or speed restrictions. You’ll also get inclusive roaming in 71 destinations around the world. There is also a selection of 4G and 5G home broadband plans with unlimited data.
In this article, we’ll review unlimited data on Three. We’ll start by looking at Three’s unlimited data plans and the inclusive features you’ll get with it. We’ll then compare it to what is available on other mobile networks, before looking at the coverage you can expect on Three. Finally, we’ll look at how you can keep your current phone number when joining Three.
BT Mobile offers unlimited data for £20/month with 5G coverage from EE. You’ll need to be a BT Halo customer to get it.
In the UK, BT currently offers an unlimited data SIM card for only £20/month. Available exclusively to customers with BT Halo, the unlimited data plan allows you to download as much as you like with “no limits”.
Customers on BT’s unlimited data plan will have access to EE’s 5G network in 125 UK towns and cities. You’ll also get full access to EE’s 3G & 4G network, along with the BT Sport mobile app and unlimited UK calls on your BT landline.
In this article, we’ll review BT’s unlimited data SIM card. We’ll start by looking at the unlimited data plans available and what you’ll get included on each one. We’ll then look at how you can order the plan and how it compares to alternatives like EE’s unlimited data plan. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage available on BT Mobile and how you can keep your current mobile number when moving to BT.
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