EE is now offering a totally unlimited 4G home broadband service, priced at £55 per month on a 18-month contract.
EE’s annual tariff revision for 2020 will reflect the continued rollout of 5G, as well as the changes in how users need and use mobile data during the lockdown. One of the key features will be a data reserve to keep users connected even after their data allowance runs out,… [Click for more]
Mobile broadband plans on Vodafone now come with the option of unlimited data too, following last year’s introduction on pay-monthly handset contracts, and last week’s launch on pay-as-you-go. This means, unlimited data is now available across the board. Plans start from £28 per month for SIMs designed for tablets, mobile… [Click for more]
O2 has today made it four out of four for primary networks offering truly unlimited data in the UK. Three has offered ‘all you can eat’ data for years. Vodafone then joined in earlier this year, followed recently by EE. Starting at £33 per month, on an 18-month SIM-only plan,… [Click for more]
Smarty, the virtual network powered by Three, is offering a very special deal on its unlimited data plan. Instead of the usual £25 per month price, customers signing up can get a 25% discount that brings the fee down to £18.75 a month – for life (referring to the life… [Click for more]
Three has offered unlimited data for years, but it wasn’t until Vodafone joined in when launching 5G that EE finally conceded and introduced unlimited data for itself. This leaves O2 as the only main network to join the ever growing club where truly unlimited data, along with unlimited tethering (in… [Click for more]
As widely expected, Three is continuing its unlimited data offerings with the imminent launch of its own 5G network. Today, Three confirmed that every single existing customer will be able to use 5G (subject to getting a 5G handset or other 5G device, such as a router) immediately. No plan… [Click for more]
Last week, Vodafone switched on its 5G network and during the presentation the company announced a range of totally unlimited data plans, which become available from tomorrow. There are also some other changes, which are explained below. Vodafone has now given all the information on the new unlimited data plans,… [Click for more]
With Three about to increase the price of the SIM-only One Plan, rising to £20 per month on a 12-month contract, and £22 on a 30-day rolling contract, Virgin Media has announced an additional VIP tariff that could give Three a run for its money.