There are a range of uk mobile networks that accept bad credit. Some however are keen to not accept bad credit or no credit customers. For your convenience we have included some information about the networks we compare to help you make an informed decision.
T-Mobile – As part of EE, T-Mobile has a strong infrastructure and coverage across it’s network. T-Mobile is the primary choice for bad credit customers as they have a great range of sim only tariffs and low priced pay monthly deals. T-Mobile also has a range of U-Fix tariffs which help customers control the cost of a mobile phone contract, ideal for those who don’t want an unexpected bill at the end of the month.
Orange – Orange also being part of EE and sharing its network coverage with T-Mobile means it is a much stronger proposition than it once was. With a range of benefits such as Orange Wednesday’s and the U24 tariffs, Orange gives good value for money. As well as its perks the Orange tariffs are organised by the type of user you are which means you won’t pay for features and allowance you won’t use. Orange have a great range of deals and often have good value smart phones for free on a very low price per month tariff.
Virgin Mobile – As a rather new network Virgin is keen to prove itself. As well as the £8 a month tariff for low usage customers it also has the desire to grow as a network. As Virgin is keen to recruit new customers it is the choice for bad credit customers. If you are a virgin media customer it is possible to get some great deals on a new mobile contract. Check out their site to get full details as offers are always changing.