iD launches tomorrow with four tariffs and contract lengths of between 30 days and 24 months
Carphone Warehouse has revealed limited pricing details of tariffs for its Three MVNO, iD, which launches tomorrow.
Contract lengths vary from 30 days to 24 months and will offer “increased flexibility and value”, according to the retailer’s UK chief executive officer Graham Stapleton.
As an introductory offer Carphone Warehouse is offering two handsets for a ‘limited time only’ on the following price plans.
The mid-range Samsung Galaxy A3 is available on a 12-month plan with 300 minutes, 5000 texts and 1GB for £19.50 per month.
The entry-level Nokia Lumia 635 is available on a 24-month plan with 150 mins, 5000 texts and 250MB of data for £7.50 per month.
Tariffs on the network are broken down into four different plans.
‘SIM-only’ plans start from just £5 per month for a 30-day data-only contract with calls and texts added from a total of £7.50 per month. A £20 monthly fee would give customers allowances of 2000 minutes, 5000 texts and unlimited data.
‘Takeaway’ roaming plans with inclusive calls, texts and data to 20 European countries will begin from £25.50 per month on two-year deals.
‘Shockproof’ 4G plans begin at £7.50 per month and offer a £5 monthly buffer to avoid bill shock.
‘Go To’ plans offer ‘generous’ data allowances and start from £13.50 per month for 12 months and £11.50 per month over two years.
We have contacted Carphone Warehouse for additional details on all of these plans.