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

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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: 15th March 2023.

EE's best SIM only deals

The SIM only deal on EE we rate highest this month

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At £28 a month for unlimited data along with unlimited minutes and texts, EE's 24‑month SIM only plan below is our best pick of all the deals they've got running in March:

This isn't the very cheapest deal with unlimited data out now. But if you definitely need a SIM only plan that uses the EE network, we think it is the best option. See who's offering it for less here:

Or their £23 for 250GB SIM plan is worth a look too

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For less data to use each month, we'd say this is one of EE's best deals on SIM only this month too. It's a 24‑month plan, comes with 250GB data, unlimited minutes and texts for £23 a month:

You can get a lower-priced SIM with 250GB data or more elsewhere if you don't need it to use the EE network. But if you do need that, it is the cheapest deal available. Here's where you can beat it on other networks:

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How EE's deals compare with other networks

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How EE’s SIM only prices and benefits compare

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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 are often one of the most expensive networks. There are a few cheaper providers who use the EE network (including BT and Plusnet Mobile) but it can also be worth it to look for hidden deals.

Their regular plans don’t offer much in the way of benefits. You get some free trials for entertainment services, but no inclusive roaming or unique benefits. Their premium Smart plans offer a few extra benefits, however.

Useful link: Read our full EE review

Useful information about EE’s SIM only deals

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EE will send you your SIM card within 2 working days. The package you receive will contain each size of SIM card that you can pop into any phone. EE are one of the few networks to offer eSIMs (see how they work 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.

To stop customers running up bills they can’t pay, EE will require you to pass a credit check to join. We can’t say exactly how strict these are. But if you fail a credit check you can take one of their monthly payg bundles 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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