Why Should You Take Out a Phone with a 30-day Contract?


When you invest in a SIM-only contract you typically have the choice between a 12-month or annual contract, or a 30-day or monthly contract. Many mobile phone users opt for the monthly plan because they like the freedom and flexibility it affords them. And indeed, there are a lot of great companies that offer 30-day contract plans in a SIM-only format.  Companies such as T-Mobile and Orange are just two of the options you have when it comes to affordable monthly SIM-only deals. But why should you consider such a plan for yourself? What benefit do you gain from being tied to your cellular company only monthly rather than for a whole year?

The Flexibility Is Amazing

Having issues with customer service? Not getting the coverage you expected? Not ready to invest in a new phone but not sure you want to keep your old one for an entire year? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may be the perfect candidate to consider a monthly contract plan.

You Keep Your Old Phone

That’s right, with a SIM-only plan you will get to keep your old phone. You’ll save the cost of a new phone as well as the time and effort you would need to invest in setting it up with all of your preferred settings and customizations. But if you aren’t sure you want to keep it for too much longer, you just aren’t ready to give it up quite yet, a SIM-only plan gives you the ability to invest in a new phone when you are ready and not when your phone company wants you to.

Customer Service Issues?

If you are having customer service issues with your cellular company, you might wish to have the flexibility of a monthly SIM-only plan. If your issues should come to a head and you feel the need to switch over your plan to another company you can simply do so by not paying your bill for the month and buying another company’s plan for your phone. There’s no cancellation fee involved. You never have to worry about being locked in to a plan with a company that you are dissatisfied with again!

Bad Coverage

Let’s say for either work or personal reasons you have to move. Obviously you’d take your phone with you. But on the other end of your move you just find that you are not getting the coverage for your phone that you expected. This is a problem if you’re locked into your plan for a year or more. If you had a monthly plan you could switch your phone to a company that gets better coverage in your new location at any time.
There are lots of reasons to invest in a monthly SIM-only plan for your phone. The reasons above are really just the tip of the iceberg. Take a look at these 30 day SIM-only deals to see if you can find anything suitable.

Author blurb:

Laura Ginn is a professional writer and blogger. She often writes on the topic of technology, particularly mobile devices.


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