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  • Compare the latest mobiles phones from Apple, Samsung and more

  • Discover 5G networks for faster speeds and better connections

Why should I compare mobile phone deals?

You want to buy a new phone. But why should you pay higher prices when you can compare phone deals and save on the latest devices?

Save time and find a tariff that's right for you by using our phone comparison tool. You can browse our best mobile phone deals in seconds What's not to love?

How does mobile phone comparison work?

We have a range of phones, network providers and contracts to choose from. When comparing phone deals, you can filter for the exact model and plan you want.

Or, if you're after a bit of inspiration, you can set the contract length and tariff needs and we'll show you what you can get. You can compare phone deals by:

Make e.g. Apple or Samsung
Model e.g. iPhone 13 or Samsung Galaxy S22
Phone condition: New, Refurbished or Nearly New
Phone storage size
Phone colour
Network provider
Monthly cost
Upfront phone cost
Data, minutes and text limits
5G only
Contract length
Contract type
Free gifts or vouchers

What are the latest mobile phones to compare?

There are lots of different makes and models out there. We've put together a summary of the makes that we compare and their latest models.

Apple - iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 mini
Samsung - Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Ultra
Google - Pixel 6 5G, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a
Huawei - P50, P50 Pro
Sony - Xperia 1 III

How do I get a cheap mobile phone deal?

Are you looking for the best and latest phone from leading companies like Apple and Samsung? Or would you rather a reliable handset with a decently monthly allowance? Either way, there are plenty of ways to find a great deal:

  • Avoid cancellation fees by making sure your current phone contract has ended before switching.

  • Find out how much data you actually need with our data usage calculator. Most providers will give you a rundown of how much data and how many minutes and texts you used, which should also give you a good idea.

  • Avoid extra charges by planning ahead. If you think you'll need more data or if you regularly make international calls, you may want to add that to your tariff.

  • Trade in or sell your old handset and use the money to either pay for any upfront costs or to help with the monthly payments.
  • Pay more upfront to reduce your monthly payments costs.

  • Check the phone contract length because a lower monthly cost over a long contract length could end up costing you more than a higher monthly cost over a short contract length.

  • Bundle up with our broadband, TV and phone comparison which could save you money by combining all three into one.

  • Take control of your spending with a pay as you go mobile deal which doesn't tie you into a long-term contract and lets you choose how much to spend month-by-month.

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Why should I compare mobile phone network coverage?

The level of network coverage you can get with each provider will depend on where you live. You can compare a wide variety of mobile phone deals to find the best deal for what you need.

There are few things more annoying than having poor mobile phone signal. So when you compare phone contracts, be sure to check the coverage for your area through their website:

Tesco Mobile
ID mobile

What’s the difference between pay-monthly phone contracts and SIM only deals?

Pay-monthly phone contracts involve paying a fixed amount every month for a new phone and a tariff. This monthly payment will cover the cost of the phone, which is paid in instalments. It also covers your monthly allowance of data, phone calls and texts. These contracts usually last between 12 and 24 months.

SIM-only deals include a new SIM card and contract, but not a phone. Deals range from rolling 1-month contracts to a fixed 24-month contract. This could be an option if you already have a phone and don't want a new one. If that's the case, you don't need to compare mobile phone deals, just SIM-only deals.

How do I switch mobile phone providers?

You no longer have to call up your existing provider to switch. That means you don't have to go through the hassle of salespeople persuading you to stay.

Now, all it takes is a text.

After you've gone through our mobile phone comparison, this is all you'll need to do:

  • Request a code by text - to keep your existing number, text 'PAC' to 65075 or, if you want a new one, 'STAC' to 75075.
  • Your provide will send you a code will information on any exit penalties. outstanding costs or credit balances.
  • Give that switching code to your new provider within 30 days to be switched within one working day.

If you prefer, you can still switch by calling your provider.

Can I get a mobile phone deal if I have bad credit?

It depends on the provider, but most will do a hard credit check when you take out a new mobile phone contract, which will show on your credit report.

There's no set credit score needed to get a mobile phone, but each network will deal with it differently.

Depending on the network provider, you may be rejected for a phone contract if you have a bad credit score.

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What is 5G and should I consider it when I compare mobile phone deals?

5G is the next generation of mobile internet connection and is a step-up from 4G – it offers faster download and upload speeds.

It also boasts great capacity, which means thousands of devices in a small area can be connected at the same time.

Have you ever been at a concert or sports event and you have 4G but can't connect to the internet? That shouldn't happen with 5G. 5G will also pave the way for a more connected and smarter world.

But for you and your mobile phone, it means faster internet speeds. You can compare 5G mobile phone deals with the following providers through our phone comparison:

• Three
• O2
• Vodafone
• EE
• Virgin

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