BT Gets Back Into UK Mobile Market

Posted on Mar 28 2015 - 1:41pm by Robert

If you are looking for a new mobile phone service then you could be pleased to see that BT is about to get back into the UK market.

The new offering from BT means that it will soon be selling a number of different 4G subscriptions. The cheapest package is said to come in at just £5 each month. This level of service is available for existing customers of the BT broadband service.

The BT new mobile 4G service will come thanks to the firm’s tie-in with EE, using their network along with their own. In fact, BT is believed to be keen on buying the EE network outright as well.

One big advantage for those people who sign up to a BT Mobile contract is that they get to see Premier League football games on an app. This service is available even to those mobile customers who don’t have BT broadband at home.

5 Million Wi-Fi Hotspots As Well


As well as this, the presence of 5 million Wi-Fi hotspots around the country is seen as being a big help in getting people to sign up to the new service.

The basic BT service costs £10 a month if you don’t currently have the BT broadband service. This gives you 200 minutes worth of calls and 500MB of 4G data.

Currently, BT is the UK’s most popular broadband service provider, with 7.6 people signed up to it. Their new mobile service is Sim card only, so you get the calls, texts and data but not a handset.

Could you be tempted to move over to BT Mobile?

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