20GB Data - Unlimited Calls & Text - £80 BT Reward Card 12 Months Sim Only @ BT Mobile £20 Month for 12mths (£240) or add £5 extra for non BT broadband customer (uSwitch Exclusive)
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20GB Data - Unlimited Calls & Text - £80 BT Reward Card 12 Months Sim Only @ BT Mobile £20 Month for 12mths (£240) or add £5 extra for non BT broadband customer (uSwitch Exclusive)

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Found 24th Mar
  • 20GB Data
  • Unlimited Calls & Text
  • £80 BT Reward Card
  • 12 Months Sim Only

£20 Month

£80 BT Reward Card
Works out £13.33 month for BT broadband customer or £18.33 month for non BT broadband customer


  • Free BT Sport and live Premier League games
    BT Mobile phone customers get the BT Sport app free of charge, with live Premier League games and Aviva Premiership coverage. It's 3 months free on 500MB and 3GB plans or free for your whole contract with 15GB plans.
  • Inclusive roaming in 47 locations
    All BT Mobile customers can use their UK data, calls and text messages allowances in 47 locations in the EU and beyond for no extra charge.
  • Monthly discounts for existing broadband customers
    Get your broadband from BT? You qualify for a £5 per month discount on all SIM contracts.
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4 Comments
Nothing special, especially if not a BT customer...
Three and Virgin Mobile who ironically use the same network easily beats this, and if you use a cashback website like Quidco or TopCashBack you are more or less matching the deal when you consider the £80 BT Reward.
Three and Virgin also don't require you to have any other services with them to get a cheaper price.
Virgin also do data rollover
g-diddy7 h, 48 m ago

Nothing special, especially if not a BT customer...Three and Virgin Mobile …Nothing special, especially if not a BT customer...Three and Virgin Mobile who ironically use the same network easily beats this, and if you use a cashback website like Quidco or TopCashBack you are more or less matching the deal when you consider the £80 BT Reward.Three and Virgin also don't require you to have any other services with them to get a cheaper price.


I thought virgin used the EE network.
shippers761 h, 30 m ago

I thought virgin used the EE network.


BT own EE and I think are still an MVNO on EE as are Virgin. Three have their own network but also share masts with Three if I recall (it used to switch to EE if the Three signal dropped).
Edited by: "Anon" 24th Mar
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