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What are the best pay as you go mobile phone deals?

What are the best pay as you go mobile phone deals?

The best pay-as-you-go phones

  1. Alcatel 10.66: Best pay-as-you-go phone under £10.
  2. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9T: Best budget pay-as-you-go smartphone.
  3. Nokia 1.3: Best smartphone under £100.
  4. Nokia 105 v5: Best throwaway pay-as-you-go phone.
  5. Apple iPhone SE (2020): Best pay-as-you-go Apple phone.

Which is better GoMo or 48?

GOMO does have one advantage for heavier data users versus both 48 and Clear Mobile as they offer 20GB more data per month than 48 and 4G speeds as opposed to Clear Mobile’s restricted 5Mbps.

Is it cheaper to go pay as you go?

Key highlights. Pay-as-you-go SIMs tend to be cheaper and give you more flexibility. However, you’re wholly responsible for maintaining, repairing or replacing your phone. Phones under contract are usually repaired or replaced by the network provider at no extra cost.

Which pay as you go SIM does not expire?

Vodafone offers 99% population coverage on their 2G, 3G and 4G networks. You can top-up from £5 each time and your credit will never expire providing your SIM card remains active (you’ll need to use it for a chargeable activity at least once every 180 days).

Does Tesco pay as you go credit expire?

You get free credit once a month and it lasts for one month. After this, your free credit expires. Your free credit is always used before any paid top-up.

What is the catch with GoMo?

Unlimited SMS Till GoMo gives you 10,000 SMS messages to send every month. Again, a ludicrous allowance. We can split hairs over the wording being inaccurate because it’s not really unlimited, but 10,000 messages are too many for one person to get through. That’s an amount to stop automated systems abusing the service.

Is GoMo pay as you go?

With its SIM-only proposition GoMo is offering new customers ‘unlimited’ data, calls and texts for only €14.99 per month. This plan comes on a rolling monthly contract and customers can cancel at any time for free. What’s more, this deal has a ‘for life’ guarantee, so the price you pay each month won’t go up – ever!

What are the disadvantages of pay as you go?

High cost of minutes: Paying only for the minutes you use only saves you money if you’re not making many calls. The rates are likely to be higher on pay as you go minutes, and that can add up if you’re not careful. Phone selection: The range of available phones to choose from is likely to be limited.

What is better pay as you go or pay monthly?

With a monthly contract you agree a set monthly price, which usually includes a fixed amount of call time, data and texts. It can often be very good value compared to a pay-as-you-go deal and you will get a new handset (although you’re likely to pay more for a newer model).

Which Pay As You Go SIM does not expire?

What happens if you don’t use your Pay As You Go phone?

If you don’t make a chargeable phone call or text message for 84 days, your account will be closed and your SIM card will be terminated. Your phone number and your Pay As You Go credit will be lost when this happens.

How do I Activate my pay as you go plan?

Your pay as you go plan will be activated every time you top up by your top up amount or more in one transaction. €20 / €30 will be used to activate your pay as you go plan allowance depending on your chosen plan. As a result, your balance will appear as €0.00 on your account but you will have activated your chosen top up offer.

How much can I save with pay as you go phones?

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What are the advantages of using PAYG?

If you just keep getting €10 or €20 Euro top-ups on your phone or at a shop – those amounts can soon mount up. But – PAYG has it’s advantages because you don’t end up with unexpected bills at the end of the month.