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5G Contract Phone Deals


The new 5G network has arrived, offering a faster and more efficient mobile internet experience at various locations across the UK. Browse our 5G contracts below for the best 5G deals.

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What is 5G?

What is 5G?

5G is the next generation of mobile internet technology, offering faster speeds and greater reliability than the existing 4G network. While 4G can see speeds of up to 100MB per second, 5G can reach speeds of up to 10GB per second.

In addition to faster speeds, 5G users experience less lag and drop-off in busy areas. 5G occupies higher frequencies and a larger bandwidth, which means more capacity for a large number of connections at once, and reducing network congestion.

When will 5G arrive?

When will 5G arrive?

5G arrived in the UK during summer 2019, with an initial rollout covering several major cities, including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Birmingham and Manchester. A second wave of cites is set to follow, with much of the UK expecting coverage by 2020.

Each of the major networks has their own rollout plans, so coverage by area will initially vary, depending on which network you choose. 5G is also being adopted internationally, with some areas of the USA already test-driving the new network.

Will I need a 5G enabled handset and tariff?

Will I need a 5G enabled handset and tariff?

Yes, in order to access the new super-fast 5G network, you’ll need a handset which has 5G capabilities. Take a look at the handsets listed above to browse 5G-ready handsets currently available.

In addition to purchasing a 5G-ready handset, you’ll need to make sure to select a 5G tariff. It will take a number of months before 5G is the network standard, so our deals will be marked up as either 4G or 5G tariffs.

Ways To Buy 5G

When will 5G arrive?

If you don’t want to be tied down by a 24 month contact, you can buy your 5G-ready handset, SIM-free. This means paying a single upfront sum for your phone, and avoiding a long-term agreement. You’ll just need a 5G SIM to use with it.

Purchasing a 5G SIM-only deal, offers the flexibility to choose a shorter agreement, and lower monthly line rental. Just be aware that you’ll need a SIM on a 5G tariff in order to connect to the network, and a 5G-ready handset to pair it with.


What’s the difference between 4G and 5G?

5G not only offers faster connection speeds than 4G, it reduces latency times so your downloaded content will be available even quicker. A higher frequency and larger bandwidth also mean that 5G users will experience less network crowding in busy areas. Learn more here.

How fast is 5G?

5G offers maximum download speeds of up to 10Gbps in ideal conditions. Although average user experience may not initially reach this speed, 5G can boast downloads of up to 200 times faster than a standard 4G connection. Learn more here.

What does ‘5G-ready’ mean?

5G is a new technology, not all current handsets are compatible with the technology. In order to access 5G, you’ll need a 5G-ready handset. Learn more here.

What are some 5G-ready phones?

A range have 5G-ready phones have already been announced, with some currently available to purchase, and others to follow in the coming months. These include the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and the Oppo Reno 5G. Learn more here.

Can I use 5G when roaming abroad?

Yes, although this will depend on your network provider T&Cs, and also whether the country you’re visiting has 5G network coverage. As 5G is still in the roll-out stages, not all nations will offer the ability to connect to the network. Learn more here.