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Mobile Operator iD Mobile Celebrate 1.5Million UK Subscriptions

Thursday, Nov 23rd, 2023 (11:36 am) - Score 1,680

Low-cost mobile operator iD Mobile (Currys), which uses Three UK’s national 4G and 5G network via a virtual operator (MVNO) partnership, has today announced a 25% year-on-year growth in service subscriptions that has just seen them top the 1.5 million mark – a significant milestone reached ahead of its own projections.

On average, when comparing them to the major networks, iD Mobile claims that their customers can save £215 per year on phone plans, whilst SIM Only customers can save an average of £12 per month. All of iD’s monthly phone and SIM only plans include access to Three UK’s fast 5G network at no extra cost, free data rollover, and the freedom to roam, at no extra cost, in 50 destinations.

We are delighted to reach this milestone, and it reflects the trust and loyalty our customers have placed in iD Mobile. Achieving 1.5 million subscriptions is not just a number: it’s a testament to our team’s dedication and our customers’ belief in the value we provide,” said Rohit Vedi, iD Mobile Managing Director.

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9 Responses
  1. Avatar photo Chris says:

    £8 pm for 30GB plus roll over plus roam like at home.

    No wonder they’re doing well.

    1. Avatar photo Pepstar says:

      I’ve just switched to that deal, but via USwitch, where you get 50GB for £8 with all benefits you mentioned… really good!

    2. Avatar photo Ben says:

      > Really good

      As long as Three isn’t too congested where you want to use your phone…

    3. Avatar photo Matt says:

      @Ben Significantly better than it used to be, but obviously this is all anecdotal as it depends where you are 🙂

      Call quality still suffers when moving (e.g. hand free driving) though that’s the same for all networks where I am.

    4. Avatar photo chris says:

      is that 50GB on a 12 month contract?

      i’m on a rolling 30 day & change to the latest tariff from time to time.

      to be fair i use maybe 3GB a month so its all academic.

    5. Avatar photo Mike says:

      Three is very hit and miss, depends on the locations you frequent, I recommend using a few PAYG SIMs to check which major network provider to use.

  2. Avatar photo DD says:

    I’m skeptical of the figure, as I know with the iPhone launch you could get the iPhone on ID with a total overall cost close to RRP (ID costing in some cases effectively £20 for two years) so I wonder if all those SIMs are being used as a daily SIM?

    1. Avatar photo occasionally factual says:

      Probably more profit in selling the iPhone for iD Mobile than in a phone contract especially if the sim is never used!

  3. Avatar photo MRLeeds says:

    Cheaper but useless if it doesn’t work. I had to leave ID Mobile as it would grind to a halt to the point it couldn’t even load a webpage when I was anywhere with lots of people like a city centre and was chatting to a friend who’s with them today and he said he’s only with them as it’s the only network that works at their home, but it’s still pretty useless in the city.

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