UK Networks Price Plan Guide:

By: Carly

Mobile Telephony in the United Kingdom has seen some amazing growth over the years mainly in the areas of network coverage and price plans. Mobile service providers with their global expertise and advanced technology have connected the entire UK. Price Plans which caters to a wider audience has also made significant impact on the high usage of mobile phones and has brought people from all walks of life into its fold. At present 3mobile, T-mobile, Orange, Vodafone, O2 and Virgin are some of the mobile networks operating in UK and connecting millions of consumers.

The Price Plans offered by these mobile networks are very competitive and give users the freedom of choice. The price plans are intelligently packed and consists of talk time, texts, web services and other value added features. 3mobile has price plans ranging from ? 25 to ? 100. The price includes monthly rent, voice minutes, video minutes, video/picture messages and web services. O2 has categorized its price plans for regular, occasional, high and evening and weekend users to help you select price plans as per your usage.Orange has price plans by the name of Dolphin, Racoon, Canary and Panther. These price plans offer you free texts, voice minutes etc. So, if you use more of texts you can take Dolphin or if you dial more of fixed line numbers you can opt for Racoon. Vodafone the oldest network in the country offers a comprehensive range of plans under the broad categories of 'Any Time' and 'Evening and Weekend' plans. Choose from these plans and cut your mobile bills.

T-mobile has FLEX, RELAX, OFF-PEAK and U-FIX plans which gives you the flexibility to use a combination of texts, minutes and web services as per your budget. Virgin mobile network has price plan in which you get voice mail services for free and many other discounts.

In a nutshell, with increased competition among mobile networks the customer has freedom of choice and is truly a KING.

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