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Mobile Operator Spusu Pledges Price Freeze Until January 2026

Thursday, Apr 4th, 2024 (3:38 pm) - Score 1,080

SIM-only mobile provider spusu, which holds a UK Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement via BTWholesale to harness EE’s national 4G and 5G network, has responded to recent price increases at other providers by announcing a price freeze until the end of January 2026.

The move is actually an extension of the operator’s previous policy, which had committed to a price freeze until the end of 2024. Now, the price freeze will extend into 2026. Currently, spusu’s SIM-only plans start from £9.90 per month, rising to £29.90 for its unlimited data, messages and minutes plan. Not the cheapest.

Having seen how many bills have increased over the last few years, and the resulting impact of the cost-of-living crisis, spusu has made the decision to freeze its prices until the end of January 2026,” said Christian Banhans, UK managing director of spusu.

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10 Responses
  1. Avatar photo AC says:

    You can get cheaper Spusu offers through some of the comparison sites.

    1. Avatar photo lamerrrrr says:

      Yes – uswitch does a really dirt cheap deal. I was with them for 6 months they were alright only left as a new phone came with a good deal built in the phone’s price with EE

  2. Avatar photo MrMyles says:

    spusu’s mobile plans actually start at £2.90 per month –


  3. Avatar photo Martin says:

    I was on the cheaper offers from ID mobile and Smarty but they use much inferior Three network. Since on spusu (EE) my signal and internet especially using 5G has sped up enormously

    1. Avatar photo facts says:

      That’s area dependant. In my case the opposite is true.

    2. Avatar photo Munehaus says:

      Interestingly both ID and Smarty have the same problems with short code numbers (such as the NHS) that Spusu have (and strangely 3 themselves don’t have an issue with). However last time I checked Spusu had no HD calling where as ID/Smarty didn’t have that issue (other than the known problems with EE>Three).

      The idea that a network saying it’s NOT going to increase prices is news, especially one like Spusu which is already far from either cheap or high quality, shows how poor services are becoming.

  4. Avatar photo Andrew says:

    Shame that if you port your number, you suddenly only get OTP’s from specific people

  5. Avatar photo Sean says:

    They still don’t support 5G on Pixel phones either, with no plans to at the moment.

  6. Avatar photo matt says:

    happy with there unlimited EE for £19.90. nice speeds, turned off 5g as never noticed the benefit of it. 4g full bars most places

  7. Avatar photo John says:

    Just had confirmation that SPUSU doesn’t support short code numbers such as 85075 for Info, 65075 for PAC and 7726 for Ofcom Reporting.

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