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So you want to keep your current mobile phone and save on your monthly bills, then that's great a sim card on its own is just what you are looking for. Get the popular data tariffs and 4G and keep the old iPhone and just get a compatible sim card on the network that you choose, with the plan that suits you best from under £5 per month.
- 1. No handset - So Cheaper
- 2. Flexible Tariff Choice
- 3. You Can Still Keep Your Old Number
- 4. Retain Network Perks
Buy your Sim Sim Card Only today. 4G Enabled and in the UK. release date Cheap offers available on Contract and also Pay As You Go.
- 512 MB Data
- 200 Minutes
- 500 Texts
Stock AvailablityIn Stock - Hurry low stock
DeliveryFree Delivery Estimated Mon 21/08/2017
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What is a sim only and how does it work?
When you buy a normal mobile phone contract you will generally get the chosen handset and also the tariff plan connected to the network of your choice. The latest smartphones are generally subsidised and then the monthly bill becomes a lot higher meaning that running your mobile phone is expensive and probably one of your higher utility costs. Getting a sim card on it's own moves away from the latest handset costs and allows you to just pop the network of your choice sim card into your old phone, of course, the beloved handset you had from your old agreement which has expired and you have handed in your notice or maybe someone has passed you on a phone, which is very kind of them indeed.
You still have all the tariffs and networks to choose from so it is all fine and dandy, yet there are a few things to check out first, and bespoke ones like sim only unlimited data so there are lots to choose from.
- Check the coverage of the new network
It's always best to do this as sometimes you may find you may not quite have the reception in the areas you use your mobile the most, leaving you with a small bill but a very undisrupted service.
- Check the handset is unlocked and can accept the new network sim card
So here is the situation, your old network provider locked your phone to their network so when you try and put a new network sim in the handset it won't work, so what can you do?
Don't worry too much, make sure you check beforehand, sometimes out of contract the original network will give you an unlock code, therefore, opening the phone to any network......sorted.
Alternatively, you can send it away for a small fee and get the unlock code too, leaving you slightly out of pocket but enabling you free to find any UK supplier and deal.
A Price For Your Budget
We compare all the Sim Card Only mobile phone deals in one place, here you get get a personalised deal for you, choose from either the featured offers or filter by network cost, colour and main features of the tariff plan.
Cheapest Sim Card Only deals on top networks with a free handset
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Sim Only Deals under £5 per month
The cost of these types of deals is very low indeed, without the need to subsidise a smartphone which could run into hundreds of pounds, the networks really have very little outlay.
Under £5 with cashback too you have got yourself a budget tariff for you to use, just pop it into your old phone, when you look at being able to get a sim only deal for under £5 a month then it can be a massive difference from £40 to £50 with the latest contract mobile phones.See All Sim only deals under £5 per month
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* Retailers Delivery Timescales are dependant on handset stock and also credit check results - you will be informed by the mobile phone shop.
*Please be aware a credit check is performed on pay monthly offers and your score could be affected.
If you already have a handset you would prefer to keep, try sim only deals, still get the bonuses of normal tariffs with a lower cost per month.
*The monthly price shown will be adjusted every year in your March bill by the Retail Price Index announced in February that year by the network. Mobile phone price comparison feeds are provided by Mint Monkey
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