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Question SIM only not monthly

nick67

Well-known Member
I need to get hold of 6 SIMs where there is no contract or monthly tariff, I recall you could get one where you just topped it up whether that be a few weeks or few months, the credit last more than a month

Anyone got any recommendations?
 

Dave X

Well-known Member
I need to get hold of 6 SIMs where there is no contract or monthly tariff, I recall you could get one where you just topped it up whether that be a few weeks or few months, the credit last more than a month

Anyone got any recommendations?

There are a large number of PAYG providers.

Here's a list

 

nick67

Well-known Member
Thanks for the above, but the key was finding one where the credit of say £10 doesn't just last a month and you have to add another £10 credit
 

Dave X

Well-known Member
Thanks for the above, but the key was finding one where the credit of say £10 doesn't just last a month and you have to add another £10 credit

That's exactly what the link shows, pure PAYG rather than bundles. It even says so on the page, right at the top...

These are the rates for true pay as you go tariffs only. Some other plans are labelled PAYG but require monthly top-ups, etc.
 

depot

Well-known Member
If you can find them in shops (still on amazon) the three network’s “321” SIM card is very good value 3p per minute calls 2p per text 1p per mb of data, you don’t have to buy a bundle when you top up, but you can’t get then direct from three anymore, they’ve stopped that tariff.
 

Dave X

Well-known Member
If you can find them in shops (still on amazon) the three network’s “321” SIM card is very good value 3p per minute calls 2p per text 1p per mb of data, you don’t have to buy a bundle when you top up, but you can’t get then direct from three anymore, they’ve stopped that tariff.

The 3 Data Reward sim still offers 3-2-1 charges and has a free 200MB monthly data allowance, only difference is it's not able to have handset add-ons added. Another benefit is that it can be topped up from £2.



 

depot

Well-known Member
The 3 Data Reward sim still offers 3-2-1 charges and has a free 200MB monthly data allowance, only difference is it's not able to have handset add-ons added. Another benefit is that it can be topped up from £2.




That makes it a no brainier lol, as long as you can get a signal.
 

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