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Duckmagicuk2 What is the best mobile tarriff for me Please?

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1d, 10m agoPosted 1 decade, 10 months ago
I need 2 (maybe 3) mobile phones on a pay as you go tarriff. I want the best rate to ring mobile to mobile as that is how they will be used most. But also need to text occasionally and ring home.
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1d, 10m agoPosted 1 decade, 10 months ago
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I forgot to say ...PLEASE :oops:
#2
I think you need to catch duckmagicuk2's attention, so I've added info in the title ;)
#3
How many minutes do you plan on using? The newer o2 SIM cards offer 100 free minutes for a £10 per month top-up. If you top-up every month then you can use free mins the first month, then in the second use the £10. It really depends. Will it be ringing a variety of networks (different phones on orange, o2, 3, etc)?

I'll have a better look at them now though.

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#4
OK... I've thought of the best way to do this.

Firstly, do you need a phone? If so, post back here and I'll help you to find a cheap Pay As You Go Phone.

If you have a phone and just need the SIM card then the way to go is to look at a great website I've found for comparing Pay As You Go tariffs (which is very difficult because everybody had different needs and opinions) - [url]www.onecompare.com[/url] - and type in the details of your predicted usage. It'll then work out an estimated cost each month and find you the cheapest tariff.

Remember to look at [url]www.quidco.com[/url] to see if you can get cashback from the company you will purchase your SIM for.

If you need a phone, need more help or would like my opinion before you take the plunge then let me know.
#5
Thank you Ducky. I will take a look at the comparison site and think it through. :)

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