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Happy with your device? A SIM only plan might be for you.

What is a SIM only plan?

What is a SIM only plan?

With a SIM only plan: You supply the phone or tablet and we supply the network. 

So, you get all the good bits about being an EE customer and you pay less - because you’re not paying for a handset. 

Is a SIM only plan right for me?

Is a SIM only plan right for me?

You might be interested in a SIM only plan if:

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    you’ve got a phone you already love and want a great deal on minutes, texts and data

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    it’s time to upgrade but you don’t want a new phone

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    you want a little more flexibility – you can sign up to a SIM only plan for 30 days or 12 months 

Interested?

> Find our best SIM only plans here

Can I upgrade from a SIM only plan to a phone plan?

Can I upgrade from a SIM only plan to a phone plan?

Yes. If you decide you want a shiny new handset, you can upgrade once you’ve been on a SIM only plan for three months.

And here’s the best part – if you’ve been on your plan for six months or more, we’ll give you £20 off the price of the handset!

 
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Last updated: 13/11/2017
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