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How do pay monthly phones work?

How do pay monthly phones work?

Pay monthly phones are contracts/ deals that allow one to pay monthly for a new handset that has a monthly allowance of minutes, texts and mobile data. These deals are normally over a set period of time, mostly 12 to 24 months, but there also exists some for shorter periods like one month. With a contract such as this, one is able to significantly cut on their mobile bills, and one is assured to all-time connectivity as there is no topping up throughout the contract.
Inclusive of monthly charges is a fixed monthly fee for a set amount of minutes and texts and mobile internet data as well as line rentals on networks. The biggest advantage of these contracts is that mobile phone enthusiasts get to get the best and latest handsets in the market. If you are wondering about the best places to get this amazing service, the following are some of the best deals you will get in the UK.
At www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk – You get deals on the latest mobile phones in the market. Some of their deals are:


  • For a Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB, pay £43 monthly for 24 months and get 30GB of internet data, and unlimited minutes and texts.

  • Apple iPhone 8 64GB- you pay £38 every month for 24 months and get 25GB data, unlimited minutes and texts.

  • Apple iPhone X 64GB- for £60/month for 24 months you get unlimited minutes and texts plus 50GB internet data.

At www.carphonewarehouse.com, you'll find deals like:

  • Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB – pay £32 per month for 24 months and get 10 GB data plus unlimited minutes and texts.

  • Huawei P20- You pay £30/ month for 24 months and get 16GB 4G mobile internet data plus unlimited minutes and texts.

Other sites that offer deals include 3g.co.uk/mobile, www.mobiles.co.uk, www.tescomobile.com, www.o2.co.uk, shop.ee.co.uk, among others.
As this is just like any other contract, it demands serious commitment from the customer. Getting into this agreement, you need the following;

  • You need to be over 18 years of age.

  • Provide one of the following- UK driver's license, valid UK or Irish passport or firearms certificate as proof of identity.

  • For proof of residence, use one of the above if you didn't use them for identity, or council tax bills, utility bills or a bank statement.

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