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Pay as you go phones vs Sim free phones - Think beyond of Contract & Deals

Both Pay as you go phones and Sim free phones are quite useful, but only to the users who need them in practical.

By: Raina Kelsey
Category: Technology
: Technology
Posted: Jan 21, 2011
Updated: Jan 21, 2011
Views: 135

There are multiple options in the UK mobile market in terms of the choices available to you for the kind of network connection you wish to use. These options come in the form of deals offered by network suppliers across UK and many other e-commerce portals that sell mobile handsets to the users. The network providers in UK that include the names like Vodafone, Virgin, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Three and many others offer the deals like contract deals, Sim only deals, Pay as you go deals and Sim free deals. All these deals are targeted towards different classes of customers. So, in practical terms there is no validity in queries like Pay as you go phones vs Sim free phones. One thing is that, both of these are quite flexible in comparison to the contract deals that involves a legal binding to use the connection for a stipulated period of time. To put it in the right perspective pay as you go phones are meant for those who want flexibility, or rather look forward to have some control over their monthly phone rentals. On the other hand, Sim free phones are quite useful for the people who are best described as frequent fliers. A class of mobile users that include low income people and students in particular want to have the latest mobile handsets, but are always aware about their monthly rentals. Under these deals they can have the device without any obligation to get into any contract as such. They are ready to bear expenses the way they use it. At the same time Sim free phones give the liberty to use any Sim as per the need. In this case the network provider provide the device and also the liberty to use a Sim depending upon the area the mobile user is at a specific time. Actually, same network just can not function with complete efficiency every where. So, one can pick the one with the best network in that area. In a nutshell both these offers are good in their own way. All one need to do is to understand the needs first, and then go ahead.

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