Asda an award winning low price competitive supermarket
several years running have launched their very own mobile service
providing network which also beats on low price. Available only
on pay as you go tariffs there are no need to worry about being
tied into monthly contracts or line rentals.
For a flat rate of 8 pence per minute on and off peak regardless
of which network the user calls; there is no other network provider
in the UK that can give such low price to its customers. Needless
to say, even these lowly priced tariffs still allows Asda to
make a profit because it has been launched since 2007 and is
still running with many awards under its belt.
Not only is the talk time per minute is cheap, every text message
is only 4p making it 6p cheaper than all the network providers
put together. Credits can be bought from £5 unlike some
network providers only allowing a minimum of £10. With
20 pence per megabyte of download from using the internet that
is hardly anything compared to the likes of Tesco pay as you
go charging £4 and O2 Favourite Place £1.
Asda is teamed up with Vodafone where their signals are offered
by Vodafone ensuring customers have 99% UK population coverage,
so that makes it almost anywhere within the UK. Topping up should
not be a problem either because wherever the top up sign is
shown, the shop can provide credit for it, regardless of which
shop they are in.
Asda is one of the best pay as you go mobile service provider
without being tied into any contracts. There are a variety of
phones to choose from including prices of handsets ranging from
£20 upwards, but the SIM can be bought for just 50 pence
if the user already has a phone available.