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Not all networks are alike! Coverage, deals and customer service vary considerably, so read our user reviews to find the best mobile network. Or read our mobile broadband reviews for mobile data.

Best buy: iD Mobile from iD Mobile (£0.00)





Plusnet Mobile reviewPlusnet Mobile review
Plusnet is a UK-based broadband and phone provider, offering either standard or fibre broadband internet, including phone calls. YouView TV and BT Sport Lite are also available to broadband customers. On 29th November 2016, LIFE Mobile customers joined the Plusnet family and became Plusnet Mobile customers.
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iD Mobile reviewiD Mobile review
iD Mobile is a virtual mobile network from the Carphone Warehouse and operating on the Three network.
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Tesco Mobile reviewTesco Mobile review
Tesco Mobile is a virtual mobile network, using the O2 mobile network to supply its services, giving it 99% coverage of the UK population.
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BT Mobile reviewBT Mobile review
BT Mobile is a virtual network making use of EE's network to provide fast 4G access, plus free, unlimited access to BT's Wi-Fi hotspots in more than 5 million locations around the country. BT Broadband customers receive a monthly discount on their bill.
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Vodafone reviewVodafone review
Vodafone was the UK's first mobile network and made the UK's first mobile phone call back in 1985. It launched 3G services in 2004 and 4G in 2013 and is one of the largest mobile operators in the world.
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FreedomPop reviewFreedomPop review
FreedomPop is a new telecoms company, operating in the UK since 2015. FreedomPop offers a free basic mobile service, including free talk, text, and data. Just order a FreedomPop sim card, download the FreedomPop app for Android or iOS, and start making free calls and texts!
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Asda Mobile reviewAsda Mobile review
Asda Mobile is a virtual mobile network, using the EE network to supply its services (previously the network used Vodafone.)
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Virgin Mobile reviewVirgin Mobile review
Virgin Mobile UK is part of the Virgin Media group that also provides broadband, TV and home phone services. Virgin Mobile is a virtual mobile network, using the EE network to supply its services.
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O2 reviewO2 review
O2 is one of the "big 4" mobile networks in the UK.
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Everything Everywhere (EE) reviewEverything Everywhere (EE) review
Everything Everywhere (EE) is the first 4G mobile network in the UK.
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Best buys
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iD Mobile
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30 day SIM only (250 mins, 500 texts, 500MB data)
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Three
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EE
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Carphone Warehouse
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£79.99
EE 4GEE Mini Pay As You Go ...
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£44.99
THREE Pay As You Go USB Don ...
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£34.95
THREE Pay As You Go MiFi
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£8.99
EE Pay As You Go Multi SIM
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£44.99
THREE Pay As You Go MiFi
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