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Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano Combined)

10GB Data
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited texts
£10.00 per month
12 month contract
SIM card

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano Combined)

1GB Data
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited texts
£14.00 per month
24 month contract
SIM card

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano Combined)

25GB Data
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited texts
£15.00 per month
12 month contract
SIM card

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano Combined)

100GB Data
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited texts
£20.00 per month
12 month contract
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Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano Combined)

200GB Data
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited texts
£23.00 per month
24 month contract
SIM card

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano Combined)

Unlimited Data
Unlimited Minutes
Unlimited texts
£35.00 per month
24 month contract

How does EE SIM-Only stand out?

Although lots of networks offer SIM-Only plans, none have as much 4G coverage as EE (other than those which use EE’s infrastructure).

EE has greater than 99% population coverage with 4G and also launched its 5G service before any rival – so its coverage there is relatively strong too.

EE also offers a number of enticing extras on select plans (more on which below), plus you can get unlimited data.

EE SIM-Only Plans

EE has a range of SIM-Only plans lasting either 12 or 24 months – so you don’t have to be tied in for too long.

Data limits are between 250MB and unlimited, and all plans come with unlimited minutes and texts.

What else do you get with EE SIM-Only?

EE’s SIM-Only plans come with six months of Apple Music and BritBox, plus three months of BT Sport at the time of writing.

On top of that, select plans also let you choose from a range of benefits for the duration of your contract. These benefits include an Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, Amazon Prime Video, BritBox or BT Sport Ultimate subscription, or free roaming in five additional locations, or the ability to use data on certain video streaming services without it coming out of your allowance. Depending on the plan you may be able to choose either one or three of these.

Can you roam abroad?

Yes. All BT’s SIM-Only plans allow you to use your minutes, texts and data at no extra cost in the following 48 destinations: Austria, Azores, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canary Islands, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, French Guiana, Germany, Gibraltar (UK), Greece, Guadeloupe, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madeira, Malta, Martinique, Mayotte, Poland, Portugal, Reunion Islands, Romania, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Martin (French), San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Vatican City, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Monaco, Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey.

Additionally, if you’re on a Smart plan and select the Roam Further benefit, you can also roam in the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand at no extra cost.

Can you tether?

Yes. All of EE’s Sim-Only plans let you use as much of your data as you want for tethering, which means you can use your phone’s network to get other devices online.

How do I keep my number?

If you’re moving from another network, first order your EE SIM-Only package, then either text 'PAC' (from your old number) to 65075 or call your current network and request your PAC code.

Once you’ve received your EE SIM card, activate it and fill out a number transfer form, which will ask you for your PAC code.

If you submit the form before 5.30pm on a working day your number will be transferred the next working day. If you fill the form in after 5.30pm or on the weekend the transfer will take two working days.

What SIM card size do I need?

You don’t need to know your SIM card size before placing an order, as EE will send you a Multi SIM, which holds a standard, micro and nano SIM. Then you just pop out the one that’s the right size for your phone.

To work out which is the right size, try searching for your phone’s manufacturer web page, or simply compare your current SIM card to the three options in the Multi SIM. But most remotely recent phones use nano SIMs.

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