An incredible deal on a SIM card gives you 40GB of data for just £10 a month.
The cracking deal will work on any smartphone – iPhone or Android.
Normally you would get 30GB of data for a ten with Smarty.
But the mobile network is offering a bonus 10GB of data right now – for “a limited time only”.
Data works on 3G, 4G, and 5G, assuming your device can support all three.
And that also includes unlimited UK calls and texts.
There are no speed restrictions, so you don’t have to worry about throttling.
It’s also a one-month rolling plan, so you can cancel at any time.
There is no credit check and you get unlimited connection in the UK.
You can also “Roam like at home” in the EU.
Smarty was launched in 2017, making it one of the UK’s newest mobile networks.
Don’t panic just yet – it actually relies on Three’s long-standing network.
It is also a sub-brand of Three, which has been providing mobile services for a long time.
Smarty says SIM cards ship in two days or less and can be activated in minutes.
You also have the option of porting your number.
Buying a SIM card can be an easy way to save money.
If you already own a smartphone you love, you can save on upgrading your handset.
Alternatively, you could be a cheap phone and use that SIM card there.
All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making a purchase.
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