Now is a very good time to reduce your smartphone bill with Three dropping the price of one of its best plans and EE’s big sale ending later today.
Firstly, there is Three Mobile’s new offer which reduces the cost of its brilliant unlimited SIM plan to just £24 per month.
This offer brings totally unlimited 4G data as well as unlimited calls and as many texts as you want.
Three also includes its Go Roam option which allows you to use your phone in over 70 countries across the world including the USA, Australia and New Zealand.
This SIM deal lasts for 12 months and usually coats £27 per month.
It’s worth noting that getting unlimited data is not easy with only a few operators offering this option.
Virgin Media is one firm that offers something similar but you’ll need to be a broadband and TV customers and this currently costs £27 per month.
Along with Three dropping prices, there’s also some good deals available from EE which all end later today.
Firstly, there is a deal which brings 20GB of data for £21 per month and includes unlimited calls and texts.
If you want more data then you can get 40GB each month for £25 which again includes unlimited texts and calls,
One final deal is perfect for those who use lots of data each month with £30 currently getting you 60GB to munch through.
All of these SIM-only deals are available now with EE saying the discounts will stop at the end of today.
Although these EE offers aren’t around for much longer, customers can now get six months of Amazon Prime Video without paying a penny.
This new Prime Video deal, from EE, is available to all new and existing pay monthly customers and there’s another great benefit of this offer.
EE says that anyone taking out the six-month plan will also get inclusive mobile data to watch content on Prime Video.
This means you can binge on movies and shows such as The Grand Tour from Amazon and never eat into your monthly internet usage.
Along with Prime Video, there’s also the offer of a free six-month subscription to MTV Play which also includes inclusive data.
If you don’t fancy either of these deals but still enjoy streaming on the move then there is one final offering from EE.
The firm says that customers can now take advantage of a new Video Data Pass allowing them to enjoy streaming without having to worry about their data allowance on some of the UK’s most popular video services.
These include Netflix, Prime Video, BT Sport, MTV Play and TVPlayer with EE saying that more services are on the way.
This pass costs £8.99 per month but could be worth a look if you use any of the listed streaming services.