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    For a light user like myself, I find a sim from these people pretty good at 1p per minute, 1p per text and 1p per megabyte of data. They use the EE network as well which has good coverage.
    https://www.1pmobile.com/
    "To keep your account and SIM active, just make at least one 10 top-up every 120 days."

    Not good for a very light user such as myself. Three has cost me less than 6 since October 2017, 1pmobile would have cost me 40.

    (And I had a SIM from Delight Mobile which piggybacked the EE network. Data coverage was crap and the credit expired after 90 days.)

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    If anybody else is reading this thread and wants to know the best site to check out costs I highly recommend this chap. It was through him that I got my Asda/EE Sim. I didn't want a monthly fixed rate bundle that I knew I wouldn't use. As such I went for PAYG. Great as long as you use it once every 180 days. Minimum top up 1.00

    https://kenstechtips.com/index.php/f...d-and-compared

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