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By signing up to a mobile contract, the main benefit is that you’re able to get a new handset without having to pay upfront. With some handsets coming in at £400 or more, this is a popular option for many customers in the UK.

What is a monthly contract?

A contract sees you pay a set amount of money every month for a phone that has a monthly allowance of minutes, texts and data. Standard contracts run for 24 months, but there are 18 month, 12 month and even 1 month deals available with some providers.

Why should I choose a monthly contract?

With a monthly contract, everything is included in one plan. You pay a set amount every month, and you know what your allowances are. This consistent approach to phone usage suits many customers who prefer to not have to worry about topping up their phone.

Another benefit of monthly contracts is they often give you access to the latest phones without having to pay upfront.

Finally, the allowance of minutes, texts, and data available on monthly contracts is usually larger than with a pay as you go deal.

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