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UK - Operators rearrange SIM only plans

by Josie Sephton | 5月 19, 2011

Orange has removed the Best for Value plans from its mobile plans portfolio, this move is following the EU legislation which came into force at the beginning of May. This legislation not only forces mobile providers to offer 12-month contracts, but also has put a stop to lengthy 36-month deals.

Last month Orange removed its SIM Only 18 month plans as well leaving only 1 month offers only. However a new iPhone plan costing GBP 25.00 per month was launched on 24 months contract.

Virgin Mobile followed Orange closely and removed its SIM only 12 months contract plans.

Meanwhile, Three UK, after releasing the 'One Plan' at GBP 25.00 per month on 12 months contract, which includes large amount of text and voice calls plus genuinely unlimited data, now has extended this offer to include a one month rolling contract at GBP 25.00 per month SIM only. The One Plan - SIM Only 1 Month includes 2000 minutes anytime, any network, 5000 texts, All-you-can-eat Data, 5000 Three-to-Three minutes and a free PAYG SIM for a friend.

Full details of the plans above are available in T-Cellular Online. Teligen monitors price developments of this sort in its continuous updates of T-Cellular Online

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