Mobile Phone Vs Sim Free Mobile Phones

By: Amanda Dorothy

The proliferation in the mobile phone industry has opened up new possibilities in a glaring manner. Numerous mobile manufacturing companies have entered into the competitive mobile market carrying a loads of features in the forms of their handsets. Clamshells, candybars, sliders, swivels - all are easily available in the market in attractive shades and colours. Feature wise, every single device is a pleasure to hold. Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Samsung, LG have already established themselves as the big players. Even newbies like Apple, Sagem, BenQ, Spice, HTC, i-mate have jumped into the mobile bandwagon. While some are producing smartphones and PDAs, some seem to be more interested in producing simple GSM and CDMA phones.

Not only the number of mobile phone makers are on a rise, mobile network service providers are also increasing day by day. As of now, in the UK itself there are six prominent mobile network service providers in the likes of O2, Virgin, T-Mobile, 3, Orange and Vodafone. These network service providers offer very good network connection plan for everyone - pay as you go mobile phones being one among them.

Pay as you go mobile phone is a prepaid mobile phone plan where you get talktime against your deposit. The best thing here is that you need to pay only for what you use. Moreover, pay as you go mobile phones come with several free offers and freebies including free texts, free minutes, free handsets (or at discounted price), free gaming consoles, free mobile accessories and so on.

If you are not interested in subscribing to pay as you go mobile phone deal, you can try out the sim free mobile phones. These phones are nothing but unlocked mobile phones that can be purchased from anywhere (outlet or online) and work fine with any network service connection.

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