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Thursday, Aug 31st, 2023 (12:01 am) - Score 2,040
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Mobile operator Talkmobile, which is a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) on parent Vodafone’s national UK 4G and 5G network, has finally launched their first plan offering “unlimited data” and at launch it’ll set you back just £16 per month (similar to SMARTY’s plan on Three UK’s network).

In its standard form, the operator’s new “UNLIMITED data plan” comes attached to a 12-month minimum term and costs £32 per month, but if you click the link then they’re offering a special discount that cuts the price to just £16 per month and replaces the 12-month term with a 30-day rolling contract.

You’ll also get the usual array of unlimited calling minutes and text (SMS) messages.

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19 Responses
  1. Avatar photo DanielM says:

    it doesnt piggyback its directly owned by vodafone

    1. Avatar photo Iain says:

      True but also it’s a proper MVNO, unlike Voxi.

  2. Avatar photo Phil says:

    Where is T&C’s for £16 Unlimited Data (I do believe it might have hidden FUP Policy somewhere)

  3. Avatar photo Owo says:

    No visual voicemail

    1. Avatar photo Bubbles says:

      And

    2. Avatar photo insertfloppydiskhere says:

      Does Visual Voicemail even matter that much?

      I use an Android device and I migrated from Virgin Mobile to O2 months ago and the Visual Voicemail option in the Google Phone app has literally only just appeared recently. And, it just gets stuck on activating, doesn’t do anything.

    3. Avatar photo Raj says:

      I work in a phoneshop and I’m yet to have a single person ask about Visual Voicemail. It’s such a niche feature.

      More people are concerned about other features, e.g. WiFi Calling and eSIM support.

  4. Avatar photo Tim says:

    Vodafone is the worse network for data.

    1. Avatar photo Bubbles says:

      That’s O2

    2. Avatar photo insertfloppydiskhere says:

      To both of you, I think it all depends on your region with Vodafone and O2’s network sharing agreements.

      I have bad speeds on O2 where I live in the South West where the towers are primarily Vodafone ones and I can literally be looking at a tower on O2 and only get 29/23 on B1. Meanwhile, I travelled up to the North East yesterday, and in Eastern England, it tends to be O2 towers, and I was inside a building and not directly looking at a tower at 10am and I got 120/20. It purely depends on your area.

  5. Avatar photo Bert says:

    It’s interesting to see what the first thing is that people look at.

    No visual voicemail. No Wi-Fi calling etc.

    My requirements are very basic. Consistent reliable service with several tens of megabits in data throughout.

    I’m sure you care about that as much as the guy who wants to listen to his voicemail out of order.

    1. Avatar photo BTMan says:

      They do offer WIFI-Calling which is a must for many people for many different things.

  6. Avatar photo Cardiffian says:

    Hot! Great deal for people that can’t rely on SMARTY (Three network) which is available at the same price (£16). I have been using SMARTY and ID Mobile (both use Three) and the data speeds weren’t great (less than 10Mbps) for me around Cardiff where Vodafone (VOXI) has always been great for me in the past (around 100Mbps on 4G).

  7. Avatar photo BTMan says:

    £13.95 for 200GB is a very good deal on a 30 day contract. Not bad at all.

  8. Avatar photo Fg says:

    Nah I rather stick with EE with no max Mbps and pay over the odds to get fast 4g speeds and I’m a network snob aswell.

    1. Avatar photo JP says:

      and where IP is changed so often games can’t stay online and its useless for FWA.

  9. Avatar photo JP says:

    Recently tested Talk Mobile for a little bit, good network, great call quality, very good speeds on 4G and 5G, glad to see them releasing an Unlimited Plan

    1. Avatar photo John says:

      Were you getting over 150mbps?

  10. Avatar photo John says:

    Does anyone know if this plan has speed restrictions? Saw someone on the Hotukdeals website say the speed was restricted to 150mbps but someone else said they spoke to TalkMobile and they confirmed there are no restrictions.

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