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EE SIM only plans: comparing each of their deals this February

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We pick through the best SIM only deals on EE this month and compare them against other networks to see if they're decent value. SIM Sherpa is your trusty guide. Last updated: 26th February 2024.

EE's best SIM only deals

The best overall EE SIM only deal this month

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SIM only
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£16
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🛈 Monthly price will increase after March 31st each year by the Consumer Price Index rate of inflation published in December + 3.9%

Unlimited mins and 25GB data See full deal

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We'd say the best SIM only plan EE are selling this February is their 24‑month 25GB deal below, which comes in at £16 a month and includes unlimited minutes and texts too:

It does enough to get into our pick of EE's best SIMs but that doesn't mean it's unbeatable on price. Other providers (even ones that use the EE network) can beat it. Here's where else you can get a lower price:

Vodafone logo

Unlimited minutes + Unlimited texts + 0MB 30GB data (5G) = £0 £10 a month (12‑month contract)
£25 Currys gift card (automatic, no need to claim)
See full deal

🛈 Monthly price + out of bundle charges will increase every April by the Consumer Price Index rate of inflation + 3.9%
Three logo

Unlimited minutes + Unlimited texts + 0MB 25GB data (5G) = £16 £8 a month (12‑month contract)
See full deal

🛈 Monthly price will increase each April by the Consumer Price Index rate of inflation published in December + 3.9%
VOXI logo

Unlimited minutes + Unlimited texts + 15GB 30GB data (5G) = £0 £10 a month (1‑month plan, no contract)
See full deal

🛈 VOXI reserve the right to increase the cost of this plan annually with one month's notice
Coop Mobile logo

Unlimited minutes + Unlimited texts + 0MB 30GB data (5G) = £17 £13 a month (1‑month contract)
See full deal

🛈 Monthly price will increase each March by the Consumer Price Index rate of inflation published in January + 3.9%
ASDA Mobile logo

Unlimited minutes + Unlimited texts + 0MB 25GB data (5G) = £0 £15 a month (1‑month plan, no contract)
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🛈 ASDA reserve the right to increase the cost of this plan annually with one month's notice

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In our review of EE, we said they have the best 4G and 5G coverage out of all UK networks, as well as having the fastest 4G speeds by far. It’s the main reason we think people would want to join EE.

You have the choice between 1-month, 12-month or 24-month contracts on EE. Generally, the longer the contract the lower the monthly cost, but you should compare here in case there are any special deals on.

EE’s plans tend to be some of the most expensive of all networks. But there are some smaller providers who offer cheaper deals on EE’s network (our favourite being 1pMobile) or you can check for hidden deals.

They offer different numbers of Inclusive Extras on premium plans. Their All Rounder plans give you one extra and their Full Works plans give you three. Their No Frills plans include none and some are speed capped.

Useful link: Read our full EE review

Helpful things to know about EE’s SIM only deals

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EE will deliver your SIM card within 2 working days. In the package you’ll receive each size of SIM to pop into any phone. And EE let you join on an eSIM right away or switch to one later (read how it works here).

You have 14 days after the arrival of your SIM card to return it and get a full refund if you’re not satisfied. Here’s how you do it.

EE need to make sure their customers don’t rack up huge bills they can’t pay, so you’ll have to pass a credit check to join them. If you fail the check you can still join them on a monthly PAYG bundle instead.

If you’re switching to EE from another provider you can keep your number by getting a PAC from your provider and sending it to EE at any time. See their full instructions here.

Useful link: Compare all EE SIMs

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