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Browse our range of pay monthly contracts, compare phones and find the perfect mobile tariff for you.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Gold

£30.99 per month

Apple iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Gold

£43.49 per month

Upfront cost £25.00

Google Pixel 32GB Quiet Black

£35.99 per month

Apple iPhone 6s 64GB Silver Refurb

£32.00 per month

Apple iPhone SE 64GB Rose Gold Refurb

£22.00 per month

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Black Refurb

£32.00 per month

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Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB Blue

£25.99 per month

Lenovo B Black

£7.00 per month

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Contract Phones

Choice of manufacturers

Take control

With so many different mobile manufacturers to choose from, you can be sure to find the pay-monthly phone that’s right for you. The first thing to decide is which operating system you prefer. If you’re an Apple fan, then you’ll love iOS, Microsoft phones offer the Windows experience, while the remaining manufacturers all produce Android handsets – the most widely used mobile OS in the world.

Whether you’re looking for a contract phone with cutting-edge specs, or a mid-range mobile that can operate on a budget, all leading manufacturers produce a range of devices to suit any pocket. With big brands constantly trying to outdo each other in terms of high-tech security, stunning displays and advanced cameras, there’s never been a better time to browse the full range of mobile manufacturers on the market.

Network options

When taking out a contract, your choice of which network to go with can depend on a couple of factors. The first is network coverage in your area. The big networks generally cover the majority of the country, but if you live in a slightly remote location, or feel you may be in a black spot, it can’t hurt to check the coverage available in your area before purchase.

The second – and more fun – aspect to consider is the network perks available. If you love weekly freebies and priority gig tickets, check out O2. Football fans can make the most of EE’s partnership with Wembley for upcoming events. Vodafone customers enjoy free Wi-Fi on the London Underground, while iD Mobile pride themselves on budget tariffs.


Keeping track of costs

Take control

Whether you're an avid Instagrammer, a serial Google Maps route planner, or you just need to be able to send messages and make calls without worrying about the individual cost per minute spend chatting, you might find that a contract phone is a much better use of your hard-earned cash. What's more, with a contract phone, you'll have your pick of all the latest handsets.

Take control

If you like to have control over what you're spending on internet, texts and calls each month, taking out a contract is likely to be the most cost-effective way of managing your phone use. Typically, mobile internet is much less costly on a contract, and you'll be able to get a modern handset within the monthly charge too - a much more affordable way of keeping up with tech over buying a new handset outright.

Data Limit

What do I get for my money?

Contract value

Each contract is different from the next, which gives you the flexibility to choose one that's perfect for you. Heavy callers might benefit from unlimited minutes, whereas social media aficionados might benefit from having a few extra GB of internet.

This monthly cost will also depend on the phone you choose. In some cases, there might be a small upfront cost for the handset, whereas others include the cost of the phone across the duration of your contract. Put simply, there's a mountain of choice out there, so it's vital you do the homework to figure out with plan suits you best.

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Pay Monthly

Choose your desired phone and tariff and set-up a payment method and you’re ready to go. There’s no need to top-up and you can upgrade every 24 months or earlier depending on your network.


Pay as you go is great if you don’t want to be tied into a contract, however, you’ll have to pay for the handset upfront and top up as you go.

Round up

Taking out a contract phone can easily be the best way of managing your phone costs, but it's essential to do your research to make sure that the deal you're interested in works for you.

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