One off £20 fee, which includes £15 credit to your account . For that one off payment you get 300 mins 300 texts and 500mb data FREE EVERY MONTH. You only eat into your credit if you go over your monthly allowances. Even then the pricing for texts and minutes are resonable.
Ideal for a low user like me and the missus, even been out and bought a couple of Moto G's locked to Tesco Mobile, then got them unlocked via eBay fro £1.99 each.
Buy from Vodapone and the will work with the Ovivo sim as they use the Vod network. I find the data element is very slow out in the sticks where I live. [but use my wireless at home] But on recent visits to Leeds and Otley data is fast, seemless videos news the lot.
But it's free, so cannot complain,Wife and I have been on it just over a month, Ovivo will have been up and operating two years come this April. It is experimental in that the business model is to provide free mins, texts and data via advertising revenue.
So worst case is it could fold if it don't wotk out, but I reckon it is worth a punt at that money. We have not ported our EE PAYG numbers over as we have credit let on the two accounts. But you get an extra £3 credit if you do, you get an extra £5 credit for anybody you refer to the service. [it say £3 but it is £5]. And right now you can get free cine ticket, I got £3 worth of Amazon gift vouchers and my credit balance is £25.
So laid out £20, had six weeks service, and have more than £28 in credit and gift vouchers.
Obviously that does not include the new phones we bought, we could have used our old [dumb] phones, but what the hell, you cannot take it with you.