by jakabakos
Explorer

Can I apply for a monthly plan without having a local UK address?

I`m arriving to the UK next week to start job, and I will need a local phone number ASAP. Since I don`t have a permanent address yet, I`m concerned if I can apply for a montly plan. I only need a SIM card with monthly payments (I already have my phone). 

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by Ace Contributor
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Re: Can I apply for a monthly plan without having a local UK address?

Hi, 

@jakabakos

You need  permenent address in the UK. As EE need to credit check before give you a new SIM only contract. 

But you can always get pay as you go some deals available on pay as you go please click here http://shop.ee.co.uk/sim-only/pay-as-you-go-phones

 

Many Thanks 

 

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by Ace Contributor
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Re: Can I apply for a monthly plan without having a local UK address?

Hi, 

@jakabakos

You need  permenent address in the UK. As EE need to credit check before give you a new SIM only contract. 

But you can always get pay as you go some deals available on pay as you go please click here http://shop.ee.co.uk/sim-only/pay-as-you-go-phones

 

Many Thanks 

 

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by jakabakos
Explorer

Re: Can I apply for a monthly plan without having a local UK address?

Thanks for your reply. 

So you mean that for the pay as you go I wouldn`t need premanent address, is that right? 

by Ace Contributor
Ace Contributor

Re: Can I apply for a monthly plan without having a local UK address?

Hi, 

@jakabakos

Yes that is correct . you can visit on any ee store http://ee.co.uk/store-finder

Many Thanks 

by jakabakos
Explorer

Re: Can I apply for a monthly plan without having a local UK address?

Thanks.

by
EE Employee

Re: Can I apply for a monthly plan without having a local UK address?

Great info @tahirmian

 

Hi @jakabakos

 

If you need anything else you know where we are.

 

Thanks - Karen. Smiley Happy

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