Oh Three, with this extraordinary SIM only deal you have really been spoiling us. Since this Black Friday special returned at the end of January we've been calling the network's unlimited data, calls and texts for just £20 per month the best SIMO plan ever – and we really meant it.
But come Monday, it will be time to say a very sorry goodbye. In fairness, it was supposed to disappear from Three's virtual shelves two weeks ago but was extended on until February 18. But we're not expecting such munificence for a second time – we fully expect this weekend to be the last for the foreseeable future in which you'll be able to get an all-you-can-eat SIM plan for a mere £20 per month.
There really is no catch to dodge here, simply the best SIM only deal you can get in the UK for big data. So if you've been thinking about a new SIMO and know that you're going to need plenty of leeway for Netflix binging, podcast downloading and Spotify marathons away from the Wi-Fi, sign up now…before it's too late!
Three's best ever SIM only deal in full:
Why go for a Three SIM only deal?
If you haven't already been won over by this amazing offer then you'll be excited to hear that Three doesn't shy away from offering up some extra incentives as well. Whether that be free exclusive prizes or extra roaming. You can see all of best parts of a Three SIM only deal down below.
- Wuntu – Exclusive offers and freebies with Three's rewards app
- Go Roam – Roaming abilities in 71 worldwide countries at no extra cost
- Travel Swagger – Get travel upgrades with Easyjet with bag drop and early boarding
Probably the only downside is that you have to commit to a whole year if you go for this offer. At £240 for an entire 12 months of all-you-can-eat data, texts and calls, we think it's still well worthwhile. But if you're a commitment-phobe who wants more flexibility to cancel, then check out Smarty's £25 per month unlimited data SIM that only makes you commit to 30 days at a time instead.
- Still not convinced? Select from our list of best SIM only deals in the UK today