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Sky Mobile 5G SIM Only Deals

  • Save on a contract SIM Only deal on Sky Mobile network
  • Huge choice of great value plans
  • Rollover your unused data
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Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano)

Micro SIM card
Sky Mobile
3GB Data
Unlimited Mins
Unlimited Texts
12 month contract
£6.00 a month
12 month contract
£6.00 a month
Data Rollover

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano)

Micro SIM card
Sky Mobile
6GB Data
Unlimited Mins
Unlimited Texts
12 month contract
£8.00 a month
12 month contract
£8.00 a month
Data Rollover

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano)

Micro SIM card
Sky Mobile
10GB Data
Unlimited Mins
Unlimited Texts
12 month contract
£10.00 a month
12 month contract
£10.00 a month
Data Rollover

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano)

Micro SIM card
Sky Mobile
20GB Data
Unlimited Mins
Unlimited Texts
12 month contract
£12.00 a month
12 month contract
£12.00 a month
Data Rollover

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano)

Micro SIM card
Sky Mobile
30GB Data
Unlimited Mins
Unlimited Texts
12 month contract
£15.00 a month
12 month contract
£15.00 a month
Data Rollover

Triple SIM (Standard, Micro and Nano)

Micro SIM card
Sky Mobile
50GB Data
Unlimited Mins
Unlimited Texts
12 month contract
£25.00 a month
12 month contract
£25.00 a month
Data Rollover
  • Overview

Overview

Why choose Sky Mobile SIM-Only?

Sky Mobile has over 99% population coverage with 4G as well as 5G in a large and ever growing number of towns and cities, as it uses O2’s infrastructure, so you’re likely to have speedy connectivity in most places if you opt for a Sky Mobile SIM-Only plan.

Sky Mobile is also competitively priced, so it’s often cheaper than many rival networks.

Added extras

Sky Mobile doesn’t want you to waste your money, so it lets you roll over any unused data from one month to the next, banking it for up to three years, so it’s always there when you need it and you don’t end up paying for what you don’t use.

Plus, if you’re a Sky TV customer you can also stream Sky TV on your phone without it coming out of your data allowance.

Data roaming

With a SIM-Only plan on Sky Mobile you can use your normal allowance of minutes, texts, and data for free in over 30 EU and EEA countries. Plus, for £6 per day you can access your normal data allowance in Australia, Canada, Christmas Islands, Cocos Islands, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Qatar, South Africa, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey (including Northern Cyprus) and the US.

Tethering

Sky Mobile SIM-Only includes tethering, which means you can use your mobile data to get other devices such as laptops and tablets online. The only limit is your normal data limit.

How can I keep my number when switching?

Moving your number is easy. The first step is to order and activate your Sky Mobile SIM card. Next, text PAC to 65075 from the number you want to keep, to get your PAC (Porting Authorisation Code). Alternatively, you can call up your old network and request your PAC.

Then, fill in a number transfer form on Sky Mobile’s website, making sure to give them your PAC. Once done, your number should be transferred the next working day if you make the request on a working day before 5PM.

What size SIM will I get?

Sky Mobile supplies a Multi SIM which contains three different SIM card sizes, so you don’t need to know what size you need in advance, just order your SIM-Only plan and when the card arrives compare it to your old SIM card to select the right size.

What happens if I’m not in a 5G coverage area?

If you’re not in a 5G coverage area then your phone will revert to a 4G, 3G or 2G signal, depending on what coverage is available, just as 4G phones will revert to 3G or 2G when needed.

However, if you don’t live or work in an area that currently has 5G coverage then you might want to wait before getting a 5G SIM deal anyway, since you probably won’t benefit much until you do have coverage.

Will a 5G SIM card work in a 4G phone?

Yes, but of course it will only be able to provide a 4G signal at most. For 5G speeds you’ll need a 5G handset.

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