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The Best Sim Only Deals (Including 100GB for £15)

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** Updated and refreshed 6th April **

Lots of people are looking for high data deals and unlimited minutes to keep in touch during these recent hard times and as a back up if your home broadband goes down with lots more pressure on it too. Might be worth taking a look at 30 day rolling deals so you get the extra data you want right now but without the commitment.

Sim only plans are great way to budget and get the best value without being tied up for 2 or even 3 years to a phone and airtime contract.

A really good way to use them is to buy your phone outright either refurbished or brand new at a discount (I have used Very and got 10% off (using Credit Account) a brand new already discounted iPhone) then pick the tariff that suits you the best.

If you know what you want and what your usage is, a 12 month sim only contract offers the best value for money but if you aren't sure or are a light user, a 30 day rolling contact maybe best for you.

I know a lot of people have sim only for their kids as you can cap the contract so they can't spend over the allowance but you have the security of knowing they have a phone in an emergency and you can always get hold of them.

A few of the best deals on different networks with examples below. I have put what network each provider uses as I know coverage varies on area so you don't have to go with O2 to get O2 coverage etc.

Stand Out Deals This Month

Massive amount of data and 6 months free Disney+ for only £20 a month at O2. They have a plan for £28 which is only 25GB of Data so save £8 a month and get and extra 75GB of data too! Based on 12 month contract

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Smarty mobile uses 3 Network and great if you don't want to commit to a 12 month contract. Based on a 30 day rolling contact and you can cancel at anytime. Great if you are going away and want extra data for a month or so, They all have unlimited calls and texts and no credit checks needed too. The 100GB is double the data for 12 months if you carry on with them - was 50gb but they are doubling it as a good will gesture.

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£10 per month on a 12 month contract from Vodafone. Usually only get 3GB for this price so get 7GB extra for FREE!

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If you are a low data user, they also have a 2GB 12 month contract with unlimited minutes & texts for only £6 a month - usually only 500mb but get 1.5GB extra free with this plan

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Sky Mobile

Uses O2 network. 12 Month Minimum Term on all these plans plus you get unlimited streaming on all Sky Apps and unlimited calls and texts on all plans

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giffgaff

Uses O2 Network. All Sim only plans are a one month contract and after a month, you can cancel and leave or change your tariff

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ID Mobile

Uses 3 Mobile Network. All plans are 30 day rolling so you can continue or cancel and all plans include unlimited texts, bill capping (No surprises) unused data rollover and roaming too.

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Plusnet

Uses EE mobile network. All these plans are 30 day rolling contract and can be used for roaming. If you have home broadband with them, you can also get an extra 2gb of data added for free. They also offer bill capping so you won't be left without cover if you go over your tariff and includes unlimited texts.

30 Day Rolling Contract Special Offers

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Three Mobile

30 Day Rolling Contract Offers - all include unlimited minutes and texts

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12 Month Offers

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24 Month Offers

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Tesco Mobile

Uses O2 Mobile network. If you have more than one sim with them, they offer Family Perks for each user such as more data more minutes, discounts off your bill or extra clubcard points. Plus, you can also cap the bill if you are getting it for a child so no nasty surprises and you can use your data for EU roaming too.

12 Month Contracts

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Voxi Mobile

Uses Vodaphone Mobile Network. This one is particularly good if you LOVE social media as you won't eat into any of your data when using Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Viber, Pinterest, Snapchat, Instagram or Messenger. EU roaming included and you can cancel anytime and 3 simple plans to choose from all with unlimited, calls, texts and unlike others, picture messages too.

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Virgin Mobile

Uses EE Mobile network. Also includes free WiFi at over 3.5 million mobile hot spots.

12 Month Contracts

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Superdrug Mobile

Uses Three Mobile Network. No contact - cancel anytime. Activate your sim card and they will credit your health and beauty card with £10 worth of points to spend immediately. You also get double health and beauty points on everything at Superdrug online and in store and you can roll over any of your unused data for a month. If that's not enough data or you are close to running out, you can add on 1GB for £2, 2GB for £3 or 4GB for £5

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LycaMobile

Uses O2 Mobile Network. Great if you want to call abroad as offers inclusive free International calls, no contract and roaming is included. You get half price on your first month with the below contacts and free credit to your account if you refer a friend.

30 Day Contracts

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EB22
EB22over a year ago

a great tip is to haggle with your current provider I spent 45 minutes with O2 and went from 500mb for £9.99 a month to 6gb unlimited minutes and texts for a £10 a month so if you have the time it’s worth it

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Tom
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over a year ago

That's a great upgrade! Any advice on what you said to get that approved?

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EB22
EB22over a year ago

Tom I was with O2 and giff gaff ran off O2 so i said i would switch to them. Also other family member used other networks showing the deal they can get. Means can keep O2 priority bonus !!

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KelanOK
KelanOKover a year ago

I think this was on MSE: for the best deal go through to cancellations as they have the ability to give the greatest discounts (apparently known internally as customer retentions)

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Tom
Tom
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over a year ago

KelanOK excellent thank you

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Tom
Tom
Founder
over a year ago

Thank you for sharing this, very useful advice!

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carolinelothian
carolinelothianover a year ago

Just got the Sky 2gb deal, you get free unlimited calls and texts if you’re a tv customer too, it’s a great deal.

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SueCooper
SueCooperover a year ago

Most people mainly want data these days with texting and calling not used as much as social media and WhatsApp etc

Sky might roll over data but their data allowance is quite low

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Danny89
Danny89over a year ago

I pay £16 for 25gb and unlimited text and calls EE

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JulieGill
JulieGillover a year ago

I have EE everything everywhere - minutes texts and data £10 a month There are too many to look for at times

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Firedragon
Firedragonover a year ago

Great deals. Good effort getting all these together!

Thanks for sharing.

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abedweather55
abedweather55a year ago

thank you very much for sharing this deal might switch to Vodafone

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Yahya
Yahyaa year ago

I just got £10 a month for 24 months with Three. Unlimited Everything!

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JillyWalker
JillyWalkera year ago

Tesco mobile is a fiver a month for 2gig not 7.50 as advertised

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AndrewRamsey
AndrewRamseya year ago

There's also a 'hidden' deal with Three at just £18 a month for 100GB data, unlimited calls & text. (12 months)

I've tried posting a deal today for the Samsung S10e at £28 p/m for 100GB data + free headphones worth £129, but the system has tried to add an affiliate code to the url so it doesn't work.

There are some exclusive partner channel deals that Three are not showing their website visitors but can be accessed using partner links.

Any ideas what to do please Tom

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mattmarshall30
mattmarshall30a year ago

Same as the last comment I haggled with O2 been with them for years got 8gb unlimited everything for£10 brilliant

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Latest000
Latest000a year ago

Wow. What a nice thread for sim card. Will have a look and choose the suitable one for me

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lsdno1
lsdno1a year ago

Thanks for sharing, just wondering, why must you be under 30 to use them? And if I use them now will they legit just turn around and go boom you've had your birthday we're gonna terminate your one month early or something like that?

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
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a year ago

I have just checked and found out they have now lifted the age ban.... 🎉

Apparently it was because they thought only under 30’s would be drawn to the unlimited social media but their parent company Vodaphone have removed the age restriction now so I will edit and update 👍🏻

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IonaJones
IonaJonesa year ago

I agree haggle with your current provider as I’ve had better deals every year on my sim only contract. Also when ringing them ensure you have details of a few other providers to make them think your moving providers!

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Freeme
Freemea year ago

On Sky Mobile

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YvonneKelly85
YvonneKelly85a year ago

Thanks ive heard quite a lot about voxi the last few weeks

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Ann1984
Ann1984a year ago

So tempted with the voxi deal because they have free access to social media whice would be perfect for my teenage daughter only thing putting me off is you not able to speck to a real person it's all done online

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Dennab
Dennaba year ago

Ann1984 Do not go near Voxi. They're a complete joke. When something goes wrong, you'll eventually end up on the phone to someone at Vodafone. It took me about four months to receive a £10 refund when they couldn't even activate a SIM.

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YvonneKelly85
YvonneKelly85a year ago

Thanks. I pay £6 a month for my teens sim deal but only get 2gb

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jader888
jader888a year ago

wrong information they start from £10 not £6

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
Original Poster
LD Team
a year ago

jader888 no it’s £6

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Nina5
Nina5a year ago

Wow thank you for sharing this great deal but i prefer o2 better because the have proirity and it gives you alot of benifts

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Dennab
Dennaba year ago

That's quite an effort. If only we could see more posts like this instead of packs of £1 chocolate bars that are pretty much always £1.

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ProfessorX
ProfessorXa year ago

Re the Vodafone offer (100Gb for £15) - the link is sadly broken - it goes to Vodafone but displays an error 😪 .

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
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LD Team
a year ago

ProfessorX it's Smarty that is 100Gb for £15 - Link working ok for me? >> https://smarty.co.uk/?

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