After a few weeks of waiting, we now know that the iD Network - the MNVO from Carphone Warehouse - will launch tomorrow. The updated iD Network website now includes details on services such as the 'Shockproof' cap, which stops extra charges from happening (although it costs £5 to add), and its extensive free-roaming service, which we now know covers 22 countries worldwide. It beats Three - whose network they will be piggy-backing off in the UK - and it's 'Feel At Home' scheme their own game.
We also now have details on their "competitive" 24-month contracts, which range from £7.50 a month for 150 mins, 5000 texts and 250MB data with a Microsoft Lumia 535, Nokia Lumia 635, or Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini included, to £19.50 a month for 600 mins, 5000 texts, 500MB data with a HTC One Mini 2. Sim-Only contracts - which are 1-month recurring - appear to be much better. Data Only sims start from just £5, and its best value contract offers unlimited mins, texts and data for £20 a month. All contracts come with 4G as standard.
You can check out all of the contracts and phones on offer - including a limited edition deal for 12-month contract for a Samsung Galaxy A3 with 300 mins, 5000 texts and 1 GB data for £19.50 a month - by heading over to the iD Network Store.