EE is regarded as one of the best networks in the UK but that premium experience usually means paying much higher prices. However, for a limited time, EE is offering a serious bargain for customers with its latest discounts featuring half-price plans for the first three months of the contract.
This means that you can pop a SIM in your phone for just £10 per month for the initial 90-days of the 18-month term.
That SIM-only plan includes a generous 50GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts.
If you think you’ll be likely to munch through more data then there’s also 100GB for just £12.50 per month for the first three months.
This then jumps to £25 for the remaining 15 months.
If these offers take your fancy then it’s worth noting that they are only available until June 2 and only include 4G data speeds and not the latest 5G connection.
EE is offering SIMs at half price
EE now joins Three Mobile in offering a discount for the first few months of the contract.
Three has been giving customers the chance to get a discounted rate for a while with the network currently offering unlimited data for £11 per month.
This then jumps to £22 once the first six months is up.
Along with that half-price offer, there’s also the option to get 100GB of data for the price of 30GB. This deal also features unlimited calls and texts and lasts for 24 months.
EE and Three are both good options if you want a SIM-only deal but there is another deal from O2 which is very enticing.
The UK network announced recently that it is offering customers the chance to grab six months of Disney+ for free.
This new streaming service launches in the UK next week and offers instant access to a swathe of movies and exclusive TV shows from the likes of Disney, Star Wars, Pixar and Marvel.
Signing up usually costs £5.99 per month but this latest offer from O2 means you won’t pay a penny to watch for half a year.
Along with new customers, O2 has also confirmed existing users who are upgrading will also be able to take advantage of the deal.
Speaking about the update, Mark Evans, CEO of O2, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Disney to bring these incredible shows and movies to our customers, demonstrating that there are more reasons than ever to join the UK’s No.1 network.”
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