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What's the difference between SIM only and PAYG?

Just starting to look at phone upgrades and tariffs and slightly confused by some of the terminology. What's the difference between SIM only and PAYG?

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JanSt / MOD  Nov. 19, 2013 at 17:01

PAYG is prepay... You top up 'credit' via a voucher that you buy in a shop, or by credit card etc...

Sim-only IS contract with a monthly fee to pay. But without a phone. I.e. you can buy a phone from anywhere and then get a contract that suits you. Useful if the network doesn't have the phone/s that you like, or if you like contracts, but change your phones frquently.

Treab  Nov. 19, 2013 at 17:56

Unless you order with t-mobile and get a free 12 month contract.

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