Go Sim

Go Sim provide sim cards to people making international calls allowing them to make cheaper calls. It works on a call back system, which means that almost anywhere you are in the world you can call an international number at a great rate.

Utilising Global Connections

Go Sim have agreements to use over three hundred mobile networks around the globe, and by using a slightly different process to connect a call, can offer cheaper rates than users of standard sim cards from the main mobile networks.

The way the calls actually work is that you make a call by dialling an international number. Your phone then communicates that number to the Go Sim network, which then calls you back (i.e. your phone will ring).

When you answer the call, Go Sim will then call the number you dialled and connect the two together. Effectively this creates two local calls connected together by the Go Sim network, which allows a much cheaper rate per minute than most international call rates.

Get A UK and US Local Number For Your Phone

You can get a UK number with your Go Sim card which means people in the UK think they are dialling a UK phone, useful because people can get paranoid about excessive charges with telephone dialling codes that they do not recognise.

You can also attach a USA mobile number to your phone if you wish, great for people that frequently visit America. This is an automatic process as the Go Sim network will detect your arrival in the United States and automatically assign your number, sending you a text to tell you what it is.

Receive International Calls Cheaper Too

Receiving calls in the UK is free, so long as the caller uses your UK number (i.e. not the American one you are assigned). International rates do vary by the country you are in and the destination you are calling.

For example, calling from the UK to the USA will cost you 38p per minute on Go Sim, whereas calling from the USA to the UK is 29p per minute. For this reason it may be a good idea for you to get a Go Sim for people you regularly call internationally, as you can then arrange for the person benefiting from the cheaper rate to make the call.

You can save a fortune by using international sim cards like the Go Sim service instead of the sim card you get on contract with your mobile phone. For more details and to order, you can visit the Go Sim website, or find out more in our international sim card section.

Best Sim Only Deals

Everyone knows these days that simply remaining on a contract for months after the contract expires isn’t great value, however millions of people around the country do exactly that. In the same way, many people opt for pay as you go, when a well chosen sim only plan will likely be more appropriate.

How Mobile Contracts Are Charged

Your monthly payment contains two elements, the first is the calls and texts you make that are included in your monthly allowance, and the second pays for the handset itself. This is why the latest iPhone contract will be more expensive than a cheap older model – it is more expensive for the network to buy.

When Your Mobile Is Yours

The consequence of this pricing model is that you pay for the handset as part of your monthly line rental throughout your minimum contract period. Once this period expires, your handset is effectively paid for, but your mobile network will not be likely to reduce the fee they charge without you taking action.

Sim Only Saves Money

One great opportunity is sim only, which means you pay a monthly fee, much like a contract. The difference is that you don’t get a new phone, so only have to pay for the first part of the monthly fee described above.

Finding the best sim only deals is quite easy, compared to contract offers, as you don’t have to think about a handset. Decide how many minutes and free texts you need each month, and check the best price from each network – simple!

Compare Your Sim Only Options

To make things really easy, we maintain a comparison table on sim only deals, where you can see the available plans based on price, minutes, texts etc. You can then click through to buy the plan either direct from the network, or through a third party where a better price is available.

The best sim only deal for one person will not necessarily be the same for another. It very much depends on your usage pattern. The best way to assess your needs is to get together your last six months (or more) mobile bills. Look at the number of minutes and texts you use and see if they are consistant. If so, that’s the level of use you need. If they vary dramatically, you can take one of three approaches.

The Sim Only Plan For You

If you want a steady monthly payment, assume your use to be the highest amount of calls and texts you have used in any one month. If you, on the other hand, want the minimum fee as a commitment and to pay for the rest as you use it, the lowest monthly usage is your base figure.

For best value, the final option is to aim somewhere between these figures, so that most months you will have enough minutes and texts included, and on the occasional heavy use month you pay a little more.

Generally the second option works out most expensive, but many people do prefer to commit to as little as possible. Once you have decided how many minutes and texts you need, head over to our sim only deals page.

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