Just go abroad and pay my £2 a day.
EE has a similar offer if you have an EXTRA plan - on SIM only you need a larger amount of UK data, then its £3/day.
My wife always has problems with EE; rarely does she get connected. EE seem to want her to tell them each time she goes abroad; cant accept that they should just connect and bill like 02. Wonder if BT had same rules as EE or simple like 02?
As BT is a MVNO on the EE network likely to be the same. When you say "problems getting connected" do you mean for data? If you have international roaming enabled on your account (which may need a credit check, depending on your status with the network) then EE always lets me use voice and SMS - but I have to choose a roaming data plan (on the phone itself) before I can use data.
I want to retain my phone number as I have had the same number for many years.
Just ask O2 to supply you with the PAC (which stands for Porting Authorisation Code) and give this code to EE when you have the new SIM only service up and running and they will move the number over.
Any advice please?
One reason BT is cheaper is they don't have any mobile shops - if you want to talk face to face, you could look at EE but they don't have a discount for BT broadband.
One advantage of EE is you already know the coverage pattern, but it is likely to improve over time.
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