Looking for a new mobile plan but don’t want to upgrade or purchase a new phone? The answer is simple: O2 SIM only otherwise known as Simplicity. With an O2 SIM card, not only can you switch networks without the hassle of buying new equipment (assuming you have a phone not locked to any specific network) but it’s one of the most budget-conscious paths since you can select a program which charges on a per usage basis. If that doesn’t appeal to you, then you can select a monthly allocation which is closer to traditional mobile billing. Whichever route you decide to take should be appropriate for your financial condition and operating budget.
For those who don’t want to worry about updating their data allowance every time they reach their limit, there’s the option to get the O2 SIM card pay-monthly deal. With pay monthly, you choose a plan based on a contract length and your data usage (low, medium, high). The contract length is anywhere from one to twelve months. Otherwise you’ll have to purchase a set number of minutes, texts and data each month. This approach is ideal for individuals who don’t need their phones throughout the day for business or leisure, and they may or may not expire at the end of the month, so contact a representative for the full spectrum of details.
One last point worth mentioning is an O2 SIM only tariff called On & On. It comes packed with unlimited minutes, texts, and 1 GB of data. What does that mean? That means you can surf the internet on your smartphone and tablet without keeping track of data. Review the options listed above for a more comprehensive breakdown of each plan’s minutes, texts and cost.