/ Free SIM cards?
I keep a SIM like this in the non-smart phone I keep in the car in case of emergencies. I just have to remember to send a 12p text every so often (that's ~50p a year to keep the account active) and to keep the phone charged (mine retains its charge for months if I keep it switched off).
I'm sure other mobile service providers offer similar arrangements.
i can send you a Giffgaff sim - and you get 5 quid creit when you top up with 10 quid. Credit
doesn't expire and doesn't need to be regular (ir top up each month). I use it and it's good. Its part of the O2 network
+1, giffgaff = o2 but cheaper.
Asda use the Vodaphone network and are relatively cheap, 10p/minute for calls, 6p per SMS message. The sims cost 50p in store (I think you get 25p credit on it) and it looks like they are free if you order on-line, if you shop at Asda then you can get a top-up voucher printed out at the till.
> +1, giffgaff = o2 but cheaper.
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