Question: Do you have to top up every month on pay as you go?

Yes. If you choose a traditional Pay As You Go plan, theres no need to top-up your phone every month. Youll just need to keep your SIM card active which normally means using it for a chargeable activity at least once every 180 days.

Do pay as you go top ups expire?

Top-ups dont expire providing account is kept active. Minimum usage requirement: Once every 180 days. Uses Three coverage (3G & 4G).

Do you have to pay monthly for pay as you go?

There are no monthly charges and Pay as you go phones are really affordable.

Do you have to top up every month on pay as you go Vodafone?

To keep your Pay as you go number active, you need to use it for at least one chargeable activity - like sending a text or topping up - every 180 days. If you dont top up or use any credit for 90 days, well send you a text explaining that your account will expire in another 90 days.

How long does pay as you go credit last?

PAYG Credit Expiry: When your Pay As You Go credit expires, youll no longer be able to use it or recover it. On most mainstream mobile networks, your credit will never expire providing your SIM card remains active. However, on some smaller mobile networks, your credit can expire just 90 days after top-up.

Do Pay As You Go minutes expire?

Pay As You Go vouchers only expire once activated. The expiry data will be within the number of days noted on the voucher itself or on the expiry date of the balance already in your Pay As You Go account - whichever is the farthest away.

What happens if you dont top up your phone?

If you dont top up, or add a Bolt On at least once in any six month period, your mobile will be disconnected and youll lose any credit on your account. If you want to be reconnected youll be given a new mobile number. Calls are 3p a minute.

Is Pay as you go cheaper than pay monthly?

Pay-as-you-go SIMs tend to be cheaper and give you more flexibility. Phone contract plans and SIM-only contract plans are usually best for average to heavy users, while a straight-forward pay-as-you-go plan is usually only worthwhile if you dont use your phone that much.

What is the difference between pay monthly and Pay as you go?

There are two types of SIM only deals - Pay monthly and Pay as you go. The main difference between them is that a Pay monthly SIM only deal includes an allowance for calls, texts and data which youll be billed for every 30 days. A Pay as you go SIM only deal requires you to top up with credit.

How long does Vodafone pay as you go last?

180 days To keep your Pay as you go number active, you need to use it for at least one chargeable activity – like sending a text or making a call – every 180 days. If you dont use your phone for a 90-day period, well send you a text to let you know that your account will expire if theres no activity within the next 90 days.

How much is Vodafone pay as you go per minute?

The Vodafone access charge is the cost to connect the call. The cost of this is 45p per minute charged by the second with a one-minute minimum call charge. The rest of the amount is the service charge which is set by the service or organisation you are calling.

What is the difference between pay as you go and pay monthly?

There are two types of SIM only deals - Pay monthly and Pay as you go. The main difference between them is that a Pay monthly SIM only deal includes an allowance for calls, texts and data which youll be billed for every 30 days. A Pay as you go SIM only deal requires you to top up with credit.

Is pay as you go cheaper than pay monthly?

Pay-as-you-go SIMs tend to be cheaper and give you more flexibility. Phone contract plans and SIM-only contract plans are usually best for average to heavy users, while a straight-forward pay-as-you-go plan is usually only worthwhile if you dont use your phone that much.

Is it cheaper to go pay as you go?

Key highlights. Pay-as-you-go SIMs tend to be cheaper and give you more flexibility. However, youre wholly responsible for maintaining, repairing or replacing your phone. Phones under contract are usually repaired or replaced by the network provider at no extra cost.

Is pay as you go being phased out?

The telecoms giant announced it will axe its classic PAYG and international sim cards for new customers, although existing ones will still be able to top-up. The move comes after Virgin Media announced it would be stopping PAYG.

How often do I have to top up EE pay as you go?

EE Pay As You Go customers will have to periodically top up their mobile usage allowances when they run out of calls, texts and data or when their chosen Pay As You Go packages expire.

What are pay-as-you-go plans?

Pay as you go plans are a cell phone payment that allows you to purchase a large number of minutes to use over weeks or months. You can also choose billing on a daily rate, only when you use the phone.

Whats the difference between prepaid and pay-as-you-go?

Is Prepaid and Pay as You Go the same thing? With prepaid plans, you pay in advance and once youve used up your plan you get disconnected from the service until youve bought another plan. If you Pay as You Go, you dont buy a plan but rather minutes, texts, and data.

What is the difference between top up and pay as you go?

Well, in both cases youre getting a low-cost SIM card to pop in your mobile; this means youre only paying for the services youre going to use and not the mobile itself. With pay as you go youll need to purchase a top-up whenever you spend your balance.

How does pay as you go work?

Pay as you go plans are a cell phone payment that allows you to purchase a large number of minutes to use over weeks or months. You can also choose billing on a daily rate, only when you use the phone.

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