- What is the best cheap pay as you go phone?
- Can you still get pay as you go SIMs?
- What is the difference between SIM only and pay as you go?
- Which pay as you go SIM does not expire?
- What is the cheapest network for pay as you go?
- Do I have to top up every month on pay as you go?
- What is the cheapest pay as you go SIM card?
- Who is the cheapest pay as you go mobile?
- How long does pay as you go SIM last?
- Do SIM cards expire if not used?
- Is pay as you go being phased out?
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Can you still get pay as you go SIMs?
Yes, you can get data on pay as you go, similar to allowances across pay monthly SIMs. When you buy a pay as you go SIM, data is included in your allowances bundle along with minutes and texts.
What is the difference between SIM only and pay as you go?
There are two types of SIM only deals – Pay monthly and Pay as you go. The main difference between them is that a Pay monthly SIM only deal includes an allowance for calls, texts and data which you’ll be billed for every 30 days. A Pay as you go SIM only deal requires you to top up with credit.
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 270 days).
What is the cheapest network for pay as you go?
On traditional Pay As You Go, the lowest charge for using data on your phone is currently 1p/MB. This is equivalent to paying £10 per gigabyte (GB) of data. If you regularly use data on your smartphone, it will normally work out cheaper buying a Pay As You Go bundle.
Do I have to top up every month on pay as you go?
Yes. If you choose a traditional Pay As You Go plan, there’s no need to top-up your phone every month. You’ll just need to keep your SIM card active to prevent the credit from expiring, which normally means using it for a chargeable activity at least once every 180 days.
What is the cheapest pay as you go SIM card?
If you want the absolute cheapest PAYG Sim, then it’s 1pMobile. It piggybacks off EE’s network and it’s 1p for each minute, every text and for each MB of data you use.
Who is the cheapest pay as you go mobile?
What’s the cheapest pay-as-you-go deal? For topping up and paying by the call, text, or megabyte, the cheapest PAYG SIM plans come from O2 and Three. Both networks charge 3p per minute, 2p per text, and 1p per MB.
How long does pay as you go SIM last?
90 daysYour SIM will expire after 90 days of inactivity, so if you’ve any top-up credit remaining, use it or you’ll lose it! Additionally, you will also need to top-up your account at least once every 365 days.
Do SIM cards expire if not used?
Generally unused SIM cards will expire if there is no cash balance on the account. There are two situations “pay as you go” (PAYG) and contract. Of course on a contract as long as you keep paying on a monthly basis everything is OK.
Is pay as you go being phased out?
The telecoms giant announced it will axe its ‘classic’ PAYG and international sim cards for new customers, although existing ones will still be able to top-up. The move comes after Virgin Media announced it would be stopping PAYG sims as well as putting up prices for existing PAYG customers.