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When picking a new contract it is important that you are aware of your typical mobile habits. Most people can make a broadly accurate guess, but to be sure you need to look at your recent usage.
We offer a bill reading service where we log into your mobile account and study your recent usage. To use it, simply click the "Read My Bill" button and enter your credentials.
Alternatively, we have built a list of common usage profiles. Pick one of these and away you go!
The deals listed below are for new contracts only. If you are looking to keep your number and stay on the same network then you will need to speak directly with your network or use our Upgrades comparison as a basis for negotiating a better deal.
First Year Cost
We include the following retailers in our contract comparison
Some contracts are reduced in price if you already have services with the supplier.
For example, if you have BT Broadband, you save £5 per month on a BT Mobile SIM, or if you add an additional EE SIM to your account you can save money too.
Select any of the products you already have below to ensure that you find the best deals available.
The UK has four licenced network operators: EE, Telefonica UK (O2), Three and Vodafone providing services using a variety of mobile technologies.
There are a number of other companies that provide mobile network services such as Tesco, giffgaff and Virgin. These are known as MVNO (mobile virtual network operators) which lease network capability from one of the four licenced operators.
These are all listed below so you can determine which of the four network operators provides service.
The People's Operator
100MB of data a month gives you roughly 3MB each day.
To give you an appreciation of what that actually means, you could do all the following each day: