iD Mobile takes the same approach (or should that be sim approach?) to Virgin Media with its use of puns to advertise its various sim only packages. Even if you roll your eyes at puns and dad jokes, you won’t roll your eyes at the iD Mobile sim only plans it features in its contract catalogue. iD Mobile is powered by the Three Network, providing excellent network coverage across the UK. The range of sim only plans it features are competitive, taking on other MVNOs like Smarty, Talkmobile and Plusnet Mobile as it bids to offer the cheapest sim only packages available to UK customers. These contracts come in both 1 month rolling deals as well as 12 month terms, offering flexibility and security in equal measure.
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One of the most unique features of the iD Mobile sim only contracts lies in its equality of pricing between one month and 12 month plans. The cheapest packages start from £6 per month, but the cost is the same whether you opt for a one month rolling contract or 12 month option. The differences lie in the amount of data in each package. The cheapest iD Mobile monthly sim only plan provides 2GB of data, while its 12 month counterpart delivers 3GB. The contracts are therefore refreshingly simple, coming down to three easy choices:
- How much data would you like to include?
- How flexible do you need your contract to be?
- How much monthly data do you need?
ID offers three sim only contracts for £10 or less, with the most expensive of that range offering 15GB.
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The only exception to the rule of iD Mobile’s equality of pricing policy is the price between the network’s one month rolling unlimited data package and the iD Mobile 12 month unlimited data deal. If you choose the flexible one month plan it will set you back £20 per month, while if you opt to stay with the operator for a minimum of 12 months you will knock £2.50 off your monthly tariff with a £17.50 monthly spend. This kind of discount is common among mobile network operators, from major networks like Vodafone and EE to MVNOs like Giffgaff and iD Mobile. Though iD Mobile uses the Three Mobile network it does not yet have capacity for 5G packages, so if you have a 5G enabled handset like an iPhone 12 and want to make the most of a 5G unlimited data contract then parent network Three Mobile would be a more suitable option.