In this section, we review UK mobile networks. Find out the pros & cons of each network and discover more about the different tariff offerings.

Here in the UK, there are more than 20 mobile networks to choose from. From the UK’s largest networks to smaller network providers such as ASDA Mobile and giffgaff, we’ve reviewed all of the networks and their respective tariff offerings. Discover whether they’re actually any good and find out the pros & cons of each offering.

Select a mobile network to read a full review:

EE Review: The UK's Largest 4G Mobile Network

EE is the UK's largest 4G mobile network. 99% of the UK's population is covered by their network. Find out more on EE's tariff offerings.

Giffgaff Review: Pay As You Go With Flexible Goodybags & O2 Coverage

giffgaff is a low-cost mobile network with coverage from O2. Goodybags start from £5/month and are flexible with no credit check required.

O2 Review: Mobile Network with Refresh & Priority Moments

O2 is one of the UK's longest established mobile networks. They currently offer 3G & 4G tariffs with O2 Refresh upgrades and Priority Moments access.

Three: The UK's Challenger Network With AYCE Data & Ultrafast 4G

Three is the UK's challenger mobile network. Features include Go Binge (zero-rated streaming), Feel At Home (free roaming in 60 destinations) and Wuntu (an app with exclusive offers).

Vodafone Review: The UK's Oldest Mobile Network With PAYM & PAYG

Vodafone is the UK's oldest mobile network. They offer 4G services on Pay Monthly and Pay As You Go.

ASDA Mobile Review: Low Cost Network With EE 4G Coverage

ASDA Mobile is a low-cost Pay As You Go network with competitive 30-day bundles and 4G coverage from EE.

BT Mobile Review: 4G SIM Cards & Handsets With EE Coverage

BT Mobile provides a 4G service from £7.50 per month if you're a BT Broadband customer, using 4G coverage from EE.

FreedomPop Review: UK Network With Free Mins, Txts & Data

FreedomPop is a UK mobile network promising a free mobile service with no monthly charges. Customers receive 200 minutes, 200 texts and 200MB of internet per month.

iD Mobile Review: The Low Cost 4G Network From Carphone Warehouse

iD Mobile is the low-cost 4G network from the Carphone Warehouse. Offering coverage from Three, the network has data rollover and monthly spend caps.

Lebara Mobile Review: Cheap International Calls & PAYG Bundles

Lebara Mobile offers low-cost international phone calls with optional 30-day bundles and coverage from Vodafone.

Lycamobile Review: Cheap International Calls & Pay As You Go Bundles

Lycamobile offers low-cost international calls from 1p/minute and coverage from the O2 network.

Plusnet Mobile Review: Cheap 4G Deals with Smart Cap & Mates Rates

Plusnet Mobile, previously known as LIFE Mobile, is a low-cost 4G network with SIM-only plans from £5/month.

SMARTY Review: SIM-Only Plans With Unused Data Discount

SMARTY is a low-cost mobile network, owned by Three, offering credit back every month for unused data.

Sky Mobile Review: Roll Over Data, Annual Phone Swap & 4G Coverage

Sky Mobile offers flexible smartphone & tablet plans with the ability to roll over data and swap your phone every year.

Superdrug Mobile Review: 4GB of Data for £10 With Coverage From Three

Superdrug Mobile offers 4GB of data along with unlimited minutes and texts for £10/month.

Tesco Mobile Review: Low-Cost Network With O2 Coverage

Tesco Mobile is one of the UK's largest virtual network operators. It offers 4G coverage from O2 and the opportunity to earn Tesco Clubcard points.

The People's Operator Review: UK Network With Donations

TPO Mobile, or The People's Operator, gives 10% of your monthly phone bill to charity.

Virgin Mobile Freestyle Contracts: Review & Comparison

Virgin Mobile offers Pay Monthly handsets on the Freestyle tariff. It gives you flexibility to change your phone or airtime tariff at any point.

VOXI Review: Vodafone's Under-30 SIM Only Network With Endless Social

VOXI offers 30-day rolling plans on the Vodafone network with "endless social data", exclusively for customers under 30.

1p Mobile Review: Flexible Pay As You Go For 1p/min, 1p/txt & 1p/MB

1p Mobile claims to offer the UK's "cheapest and most flexible" Pay As You Go tariff.