EE is the largest 4G mobile operator in Europe with 8 million 4G subscribers. Its 4G mobile network has been installed in 510 UK towns and cities, is available to over 80% of the UK’s population and it’s going to cover 98% by the end of 2015.
EE’s 4G network was tested by Rootmetrics from Land’s End to John o’Groats during the second half of 2014 in big cities, small towns and rural areas across the UK. RootMetrics collected 1,002,692 test samples which showed ee came in first place 91 times.
SIMS only deals – Always do your homework
When picking a new SIM card and service, it makes sense to reassess your current usage habits and everyday needs. Don’t overspend on services you will never use if you do not have to, and save as much as 50% when you opt for the features you really need. ASDA Mobile in the UK gives phone users unlimited calls and texts, along with 2G of free data and an added bonus of 12 free gigs, for only £15 – around half the price of most pay monthly tariffs.
Well, here is the thing. Free sim cards are often offered by many if not all mobile providers today. However, it is worth nothing that some shops still get away with selling them for a price. No matter how cheap they say it is.
It happens everywhere and these telecommunication companies and shops overcharge us for something that should even be given for free. In the case of telecommunication companies, we use their services for a fee, those sim cards should be free.
You should take note on well known providers that do provide free sims and I recommend you check them out. UK Companies like Vodafone 02, T-mobile, Orange, Virgin Mobile, Tesco mobile, 3 or Three, ASDA mobile and Giffgaff provide free sim cards.
So, check out each of these companies and see which subscription package you like, then order online and your sim card will come for free. Now, isn’t that how it should be? Unlike those others that still try to fool subscribers just to make an extra buck.