EE has announced a new range of 4G PAYG deals which start at just £1 a week.
If you’re thinking of moving to EE’s pay as you go network, you can choose between a range of different packs (add-ons to you and me), including talk, text, data and everything, depending on what you use most.
The cheapest pack, costing just £1 a week will give you 25 inclusive minutes and 50 texts or 100MB data, 10 minutes and 10 texts, but you’ll have to renew it every week.
If you decide to renew your pack every week or month for three months in a row, you’ll be able to choose from more added goodies including an extra 250MB of data, 50 minutes of any network calls or 250 texts at no extra cost. Plus, you can get £20 off a brand spanking new handset if it’s time to upgrade.
The most expensive is the top-level everything pack and will set you back £25 a month. This gives you 1000 minutes, unlimited text messages and a 4GB data cap.
The nearest equivalent Pay Monthly plan from EE costs £24.99 and gives you unlimited minutes, messages but only 2GB of data.
An EE spokesperson said: “The packs have been created to reflect how customers typically use their phones, offering simple, transparent pricing.
“Providing unprecedented value for money, EE customers will also have the reassurance that they have access to the UK’s award winning, biggest, fastest and most reliable mobile network.”
According to the biggest UK 4G network, 70 per cent of mobile PAYG users spend less than £10 per month so these new packs will make sure every penny is maximised.
New and current EE pay as you go customers can sign up for the new deals by heading to the My Account section on the EE website. If you’re just about to sign up for an EE PAYG SIM card, you can specify which pack you want to sign up to when you apply for your SIM card.
EE was the UK’s first network to roll out 4G services and since then it’s been constantly dropping prices in a bid to continue its lead on O2, Three and Vodafone. As well as letting you load you YouTube videos and check Facebook quikcly, EE is also experimenting with voice calls over 4G. As well as letting you make calls more quickly, this should also help plug patchy reception in rural areas.