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1p Mobile - Everything 1p - Per Min/SMS/Mb - Ideal Pay-as-you-go
A great network with 5* on Trust Pilot using EE's infrastructure A great Pay as you Go deal if thats all that you need. £10 for the Sim that gives you £10 credit 1p per txt, 1p per minute and 1p … Read more
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The best option for many will be TPO 'The People's Network' 30 day rolling contract for just £2.99 a month, you get: 250 Mins, Unlimited Texts, 512MB Data.

Lots of light users do 500mb a month on their browsing, Facebook & emails. For them even 1p per mb PAYG works out more expensive. For 1gb data and 500 mins, it's only a pound extra. You do need a 3g/4g phone and pass a light credit check. Uses the Three network.
Edited by: "woodface7" 6 h, 7 m ago

p.s. this company are charging 15p/min to call Australia, Lebara charge 3p/min

On the flip side this 1/pmin tariff is unbeatable if you want to try and abuse the EU free roaming that recently came in, and although I do use my mobile mostly in the EU I went with the Three mobile 3p/min rate as I bet this 1p company will cut you off if you overuse your Sim in the EU and don't spend in the UK
Edited by: "Lexeus" 19th Sep

Well everything always comes down to the detail doesn't it. For a start, this sim card is certainly not the way you want to be making a call to australia....

I will give you a fair comparison, from what I ended up recommending for my mum... and my dad and my brother too... who all use their phone about 10mins a month too.

Firstly, at 3p/min, Three mobile on their 1-2-3 tariff is the best for casual light use, but you need a 3G phone and Three's coverage may not be good in every area.

I did an analysis of all current UK rates after which... It's Lebara mobile. Every time you top-up £5 they give you 30 days of free calls to landlines and other lebara mobile users. When you call other mobile networks you pay 19p/min and outside of a 30days free period you pay 12p/min to landlines. So for 10mins a month that works out as £1.90/month (max) minus the landline calls made in the free periods. Plus ontop of that Lebara mobile runs on the vodafone network which means they have the widest 2g signal coverage in the UK and europe.

So my point was, if you think that this 1p/min card is a good deal, you may as well take out a low cost contract; Despite it's advertising, this is NOT actually a cheap low usage PAYG sim card tariff. Anyone who takes it for that purpose will be paying more than they could have with another operator such as Lebara.

I found an alternative a little cheaper too, but not on the vodafone network and frankly my recommendation is that when looking for a Sim for a very light usage family member, why recommend anything but the Best coverage? After-all, they hardly use it so when they do make a call they will want it to work!
Edited by: "Lexeus" 19th Sep

Lexeus17th Sep

I would not recommend using this company it's designed to immediately …I would not recommend using this company it's designed to immediately appeal to low usage customers but all the details tell you that it is going to cost you atleast as much as just taking out a £5/month rolling contract with any MVNO


I am sure you believe what u say, but rubbish. For my mum, who uses her phone about 10 minutes a month this would cost her max £2.50 per month. Then in the month where she uses 300 minutes (perhaps some to Australia), that usage is covered by the surplus she had built up). Show me a £2.50 rolling contract with at least 300 minutes available in the 4th month & I'll bow to your wisdom.

gorgo201513th Sep

This is the standard price for this tariff, so it's not a deal. Voted cold!


So where else do you get calls for 1p per minute? Another not for me = cold vote! Sad & selfish.

If your reasoning was sound, we would not have the 4 week reminder rule.
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1pmobile (1p per min/txt/mb) using EE
One simple tariff Use your credit as and when you want. With the UK's lowest rates for calls, texts and data, your top-ups go a lot, lot further. Join today for just £10. We'll send you a free SIM l… Read more
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enzero11 m ago

Working great. Recommended


Cheers - with £5.25 topcashback already tracking looks like a no brainer! Thanks again.

jnm211 h, 18 m ago

great idea - any more feedback?





Working great. Recommended

enzero23rd May

Perfect for me. Have a Mi4 Pro with 2 sim slots. Im on 3 network on SIMO …Perfect for me. Have a Mi4 Pro with 2 sim slots. Im on 3 network on SIMO and this is great as at work sometime signal is poor.


great idea - any more feedback?

paulandpam1

11 reviews with 7 of them from one review people seems a bit dodgy, a lot … 11 reviews with 7 of them from one review people seems a bit dodgy, a lot of the reviews seem to have been written by the same person after reading them.


I always skip the ones with one review. Chech those with more reviews.

Now, don't get me wrong, they're still relatively new and probably selling at a loss.

gorgo2015

Apparently reviews are very good on … Apparently reviews are very good on Trustpilot:https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.1pmobile.comSeriously thinking of switching over for my main phone.


11 reviews with 7 of them from one review people seems a bit dodgy, a lot of the reviews seem to have been written by the same person after reading them.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 24th May

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1p mobile only 1p calls and text to any number! Not bad for light users!
Pay As You Go 1pMobile’s namesake is their Pay As You Go tariff, where customers pay just 1p/minute, 1p/text and 1p/MB for standard UK usage. Compared to most of the big name providers, this makes 1p… Read more
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I have had a lot of sales calls from a funeral plan company since joining this outfit. Coincidence?
Anyone else have this?

MDL199

I believe though the £10 top up joining fee is all phone credit and if … I believe though the £10 top up joining fee is all phone credit and if you're a light user that should hopefully last you a while.


yes, but you are required to topup the sim card every 3 months with at least £10 or the sim card will expire, regardless of how much credit you got.

Tequila

because there is a Joining top-up £10 fee, and minimum topup is also … because there is a Joining top-up £10 fee, and minimum topup is also £10.so money wasted for light users.


I believe though the £10 top up joining fee is all phone credit and if you're a light user that should hopefully last you a while.

MDL199

Seems an excellent deal for light users. Why is this cold?!


because there is a Joining top-up £10 fee, and minimum topup is also £10.so money wasted for light users.

Can you tether data or use with dongle etc?
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500mins £5 per month @ 1p mobile
Just noted Already posted before. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/1p-mobile-cheapest-payg-tariff-2525200
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just beware this is a 5 pounds subscription service not a proper pay and go deal so it may sound cheap but it's not considering pay as you usually means no minimum spend and this is £5 a month minimum spend.

Double credit on sign up, upto £30 for £60, which can last 12 months. Seems good, but risky if the company goes bust.

Even if you don't use your credit lets say you use £4 they will still take the full £5 and if you don't top up within 60 days then the account is closed! Sorry op but cold for me three 321 is much better as crdit never expires and you only have to make a call every six months!

Warning: You'll need to top-up a minimum of £5 per month if you want to keep it going.

From https://www.1pmobile.com/why-choose-1pmobile.taf

«You can top-up from just £5 and each top-up lasts 30 days. If you use all your top-up you can still receive calls and texts until the 30 days have finished, or you can top-up again for another 30 days of calls, texts and data.»

So really it's like a £5 month contract!

Better to have £5 plusnet for 250 mins and unlimited texts and 1gb of data at the mo in my opinion

Expensive if you are a low user​. Threes data reward sim is cheaper for me.
But there again it's cheaper than a few £5 contacts and more flexible.
Edited by: "patcho" 19th Mar
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1p mobile cheapest payg tariff
1pMobile offers a straightforward tariff where calls to UK mobiles and landlines cost just 1p a minute, sending a text is just 1p, and data costs just 1p a megabyte. There is no need to purchase add-… Read more
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good value particularly as credit does not run out need to top up every 4 months or every 3 months to keep account active

6+ months on and I'm still on my initial £10 3-2-1 top-up. If this weren't £10 every 4 months (say, minimum £5 every 6 months, or preferably no minimum at all) I would definitely consider it, AND I would probably use my phone more 8-)

I am a 1pMobile customer and I have to agree with Norfolkdreamer, the service has been great.

Andaho, They give you a full breakdown of your calls,texts and daily data useage which I didnt get with 3. Not only that but they let you search your call and text history by date or number, so if you want to know when you called a particular number months ago, just type it in and it will list all calls/texts to that number by date. I have never seen such a detailed breakdown anywhere before and the extra options don't confuse matters. They have it laid out pretty well.

In fact they have other features, I have not seen before. As well as turning things like roaming and voicemail on and off, they let you turn mobile data and texting on and off. I didnt see the point of why anyone would want to do either but someone suggested might be good to turn mobile data off on a kids phone and only allow them to use wi-fi. Not something I would use but they have an option for that

On top of that they dropped the voicemail cost from 15p to 1p a couple of months back, which was a pleasant surprise as it is now charged at he same rate as a normal call (a lot of providers charge more for voicemail).

I got the £60 for £30 deal when it was on, but I noticed when I logged in this week that that deal for new customers has ended. There was an announcement on my account page to say they have now removed the minimum £5 per month thing and that your unused credit rolls over forever. The only proviso is that you top up once every 120 days. As I joined up on the double credit deal, I wont have to top up again until next January. Yeah it gets better all the time.

I notice they have added data boosters too, which might be useful when I go away on holiday

I told a friend about the changes and suggested he also switch from his 321 PAYG but he said on 321 he doesnt have to top up every 120 days. When we checked his usage he was using roughly 120 minutes per month (he doesnt use texts or data). That was £3.60 per month but only £1.20 with 1p. He then said but 1p wants you to top up by £10 every 4 months and he will only use half that, so not worth changing. I then pointed out he is currently spending over £48 a year and for same period would only spend £30 and and let the extra £15 he didnt use roll over. As well as costing him less I pointed out if he didnt want to use the extra rollover credit, just let it build up and text donate it to children in need or something. Oh Yeah! he said.

1p give their customers a refer a friend code, which I gave to him and he signed up and with the code got an extra £5 credit. When he does eventually spend £10, I will get the same for referring him.

To be honest, I took a punt joining but have to say I have pleasantly been surprised. To the people who said they would probably put their rates up after a few months, that would have been a bit tricky as they are called 1pmobile. The fact is they have done the opposite

Norfolkdreamer

Been with 1p mobile for a while now and cannot fault it.Even if there was … Been with 1p mobile for a while now and cannot fault it.Even if there was a cheaper option, I would stay with 1p mobile.I can only see this company going one way, from strength to strength.



By quite a while, I assume you mean only a few months? - they've only been around for a few months haven't they?

I was wondering, are you able to see a breakdown of what you spend your credit on? - Three don't offer this, and I don't like the lack of transparency - I'd occasionally like to see how my credit was spent.