There are a significant number of SIM Only Contracts
to choose from but we've made it easy for you to find yours. Using our search application you can easily find and compare great sim only plans.
If you have an iPhone you'll need to make sure you choose the right SIM card size for it. The latest models like the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6S use the Nano SIM card.
Typically, the mobile network you choose will send you 2 or 3 sizes as one combined SIM card where you simply pop out the one that you need but make sure that when purchasing to select the correct SIM card for your phone model.
Visit our dedicated iPhone SIM only deals
section for more information and to compare plans.
There are a variety of deals available specifically designed for BlackBerry users and you must be sure to select the right one that is compatible for your phone. BlackBerry Internet Services are included within some plans but you may have to pay extra with some networks. Here is a quick breakdown of the networks and what they offer.
- Vodafone - Special SIM only deals for BlackBerry.
- Three - BlackBerry Internet Services cost an extra £5 a month which you can set up after purchase of your SIM Only.
- O2 - Tailored BlackBerry plans starting from £9 a month.
- EE - No BlackBerry Services available.
- Virgin - All plans include unlimited BlackBerry Messenger and Mail.
- giffgaff - Available on 3G goodybags only.
If you're looking for a good all-rounder then SIMOnlyContracts.co.uk recommends opting for a Virgin SIM only plan for your BlackBerry.
Don't forget - You will need a Micro SIM card if you own a BlackBerry Q5, Q10 or Z10 smartphone. All other older models use a standard SIM.
Are you constantly online or using email? Do you want to keep track of what’s going on via the latest news and sport? Are you a Twitter or Facebook addict?
If you’re nodding your head and are after a SIM Only deal with Internet data, take a look at the fantastic offers below.
What should you bear in mind?
Knowing how much data you really need for your BlackBerry, Android, iPhone
or other device may only become apparent once you’ve signed up. There are many times when you use data on your phone without even realising it - exceeding your data limit will incur significant charges. By over-estimating your usage, you can safely avoid being charged if you go over your allowance.
When choosing your data package, consider the following:
- Do you send and receive a lot of emails? How much time do you spend browsing the Internet or reading news? Downloading images from email or web pages can use up a fair chunk of your allowance. Depending on the size and quality of the picture, this could range from a few kilobytes to over 10MB that could eat away at your data allowance.
- Do you use video services such as BBC iPlayer, YouTube and other video streaming apps? Doing so can eat up 100MB - 2GB of data in one hour. This will depend on things like video quality, which can vary from site to site. HD quality video uses more due to larger files.
- Do you use social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook often? Do you Skype? Voice calls over the Internet are data intensive and can use up to 75MB for a 50 minute call.
- Do you use any music streaming services? Depending on the quality and length of the song, you could be looking at 3 - 6MB per song on average.
Why choose unlimited data?
Using the Internet on your mobile plan without an Internet data plan could cost you a lot because usage is charged per MB downloaded. Having unlimited Internet data can therefore be cost-efficient, handy and entertaining. It lets you access your emails from your mobile phone with no cap on downloading the full email or attachments.
If you have a compatible phone, you can also stream video and watch clips from sites like You Tube. You can surf the Internet wherever you are and get the latest business and sports news and gossip.
While some networks provide unlimited plans, they may also have a fair use policy so that customers don’t abuse their network.