We all have our preferences when it comes to phone usage. Some of us spend a lot of time browsing through the internet or chatting on the social media, while for others the primary purpose of a phone is to talk or send text messages. Many of us travel frequently and nowadays it is virtually impossible to do so without having any mobile device. It is highly important to know exactly what type of deal we need while choosing a business plan for a phone. In this article we will take a closer look at three of the best options available right now in the UK: O2, Vodafone and EE (all offering a 12-month contract and unlimited minutes and texts in the UK).
O2 – £26 plan
This is the most expensive of the three presented plans, but still, it provides great value for money. It will give you unlimited minutes and texts in the UK plus a huge package of data – 32GB. However, the most impressive are its EU allowances: unlimited minutes and texts (although a fair usage of 2,000 minutes and 2,000 applies here), and 3GB of data within the EU. Considering the additional 120 minutes to call EU countries, this plan is tailor-made for those of you who travel a lot to other European countries. There is also a possibility of signing up for an optional, 30-day contract, which costs only £2 more per month.
Vodafone – £20 plan
Cheaper than O2’s £26 plan, Vodafone’s Red Bundle offers comparable, if not better, international allowances: unlimited minutes and texts in the EU plus 4GB of data. Additionally, the WorldTraveller option, which costs only £5 per day of usage, allows you to use your UK minutes or texts in 58 other countries worldwide. When it comes to data, this plan will give you 20GB, which is a lot for just £20.
EE – £17 plan
This package offers a very good deal for all passionate users of the internet: 15GB of data through a superfast 4GEE network. Moreover, tethering and VOIP are allowed. Another great advantage of this plan is the possibility of sharing the allowances with up to three co-workers.
Hunter Texidor was born and raised in Toronto. He has written for Billboard, The Prague Post and Passport Magazine. In regards to academics, Sage earn his BBA from Mcmaster in Hamilton. Hunter covers business and economy stories here at Billionaire 365.