- “Pay as you go” and “SIM only” deals are better value and give more flexibility than long-term contract packages.
- You can change networks with ease, plus add on bundles as you see fit.
- It is also easy to keep your existing UK mobile number. To submit a free SIM card for inclusion, please contact us. Thanks!
On the hunt for a new mobile phone network? GiffGaff lets you top-up using a choice of “goodybags”. Each gives an allocation of minutes, texts, and data. £10 is the most popular. But goodybags as cheap as £6 are available. The network also provides free calls and texts to other GiffGaff users. Refer other people to gain free credit. Order your free SIM before 5pm for next day delivery. (UK Only)
Here, you can request a free “pay as you go” SIM card from O2. A number of options exist depending on whether you like to text, a talk, surf the Internet. Both UK and international bundles are available. Over 40 countries are eligible for inclusive minutes. With flexible tariffs and additional perks, such as O2 Priority, there’s plenty to smile about at O2. (UK Only)
Grab yourself a SIM card when you register for a SIM only deal at Virgin Mobile. This network was recently voted the best value by the Mobile Choice Consumer Awards. Virgin Mobile provides an affordable, flexible way to call, text and surf the Web. Includes “Roam Like Home” in 43 countries. (Note: Virgin Mobile no longer provide “pay as you go” services. But their “pay monthly” SIMs are great value and start from only £7)
Order a free “pay as you go” SIM Card from Three. The network has some of the lowest standard rates in the industry, plus fast 4G and 5G connections. You can also upgrade to an Add-on, which gives you extra minutes, data, and texts for a set fee. Three’s rewards app called “Wuntu” lets you accumulate points, redeemable for money-off at popular restaurants, stores, airlines, and more. (UK Only)
Vectone specialises in “pay as you go” mobile SIM cards. They are a great option for cheap international calls to countries like India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, and others. UK-specific plans from £3 are also available. You get £5 free credit for every friend you refer. You can order the SIM on its own (no cost) or add a top-up amount at the time of order. (UK Only)
Obtain a free SIM card from Lycamobile, the network that lets you “call the world for less”. If you need to make international calls on your mobile, Lyca comes highly recommended. But it’s also a great option for affordable UK calls, data, and texts. You can choose a completely free SIM without credit, or request a SIM card and pay for a top-up bundle. (UK Only)
Obtain a free SIM card from The People’s Operator, a network running on Three. This up-and-coming provider gives you excellent value for money rates and free network to network calls and texts. So if you get friends and family using The People’s Operator, you can all talk free of charge. Request your Tri-SIM, which fits all devices, today. (UK Only)
With the large mobile operators hogging much of the limelight, it is easy to bypass some of the smaller networks. However, look a little further and you will likely find some great deals, such as this free SIM from Lebara. The company has cheap international rates, plus numerous bolt-on options to expand your data, text, and call allowance. (UK Only)
Order a free SIM from UK supermarket chain, ASDA to take advantage of a range of 30-day bundles, each offering a generous allocation of minutes, data and text messages. ASDA uses the EE network and has access to fast 4G and faster speeds where available. Note: the SIM will be delivered as a multi-SIM, which can be adapted for any size (Standard, Micro, or Nano). (UK Only)
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