SIM only contracts
What is a SIM only deal?
A SIM only deal is basically the same as a normal monthly phone contract. The only difference is that the deal doesn’t include a phone. All you get is a SIM card which is ready to give you a certain amount of minutes, data, and texts every month. It’s up to you to buy the phone to go with it!
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