Biggest Mobile Network Providers in the UK

There are several different ways to get mobile service in the UK. You can choose to pay monthly for your handset on a contract or opt for a SIM only deal and pay up front for your device. The biggest mobile network provider in the UK is EE, and their huge range of pay monthly handsets and SIM deals includes phones with unlimited data and tablets.

Vodafone offers unlimited 5G as part of its SIM only plans. For a Vodafone Monaghan store, go to

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The BT Group’s latest venture into the UK’s mobile market is BT Mobile. It piggybacks on EE’s 5G infrastructure and has unlimited access to BT Wi-Fi hotspots. Its cheapest plans come with big discounts for multi-user accounts, and they are also available to BT customers.

The biggest mobile network provider in the UK, EE offers pay as you go packages and SIM only plans. BT’s subsidiary EE owns the Spanish company O2 and the Hong Kong-based company Three. O2: O2 is one of the oldest players in the UK mobile industry and was previously owned by the BT Group. O2 provides great coverage and is among the best pay as you go networks. Meanwhile, Three offers reasonably priced all-you-can-eat data bundles, including unlimited data.

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O2 offers flexible contracts. In addition, the network supports 5G in sixty towns and has a flexible contract for 5G phones. O2 also offers customers numerous perks, including priority entry into music events and discounts on a rotating selection of products.

Lastly, three offers coverage in 97% of the UK and has more than 10,000 masts. Its perks are plentiful and include free access to 15,000 Wi-Fi hotspots.

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