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Compare Business SIM only deals and stay connected with 4G and superfast 5G plans for mobile and tablet with unlimited text, data and minutes.
Give us a few details about your business to start a SIM only comparison. We use secure smart data to find the details you need to run your quote.
Once we know more about the connectivity needs of your business, we’ll compare quotes from our panel of trusted UK suppliers.
One of our experts will explain the quotes on screen and answer any questions. You choose the best deal, and we’ll handle the rest.
If you decide to switch, we’ll be paid a commission by the new supplier that is included in the prices we quote.
If you haven’t run a business SIM-only comparison recently, you could be overpaying for calls, texts and data. But with the number of deals on offer, it can be hard to know where to start. Bionic will cut through the jargon and talk you through your options to find the best deal from our panel.
Although 5G is the future, your business might save money with a 4G deal and still get the coverage it needs. Our team with talk you through the options.
Stay in touch when away from the workplace with an unlimited number of calls and texts, and spend endless hours online, all for a fixed monthly fee.
Tell us about your business needs online. Then one of our connectivity experts will help you choose the right products and deals in a short call. No jargon. No hassle.
You might not realise it, but there are three types of SIM card available. To make sure you get the right one for your device, our tech-enabled team can ask your provider to send a 3-in-1 SIM card, which allows you to select the SIM size that fits your phone or tablet.
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A business SIM only deal works much like a normal business mobile contract in that it offers a package of minutes, text messages and data for a fixed monthly cost, but it doesn’t include the cost of a new device. That’s why it’s called SIM only.
At Bionic, we work with a panel of trusted business mobile providers that offer great service, competitive rates, and a reliable mobile connection.
The inclusion of a handset is the main difference between SIM only deals and pay monthly business mobile contracts. When you sign up to a pay monthly business mobile phone deal, you’ll get the choice of taking on a new handset or tablet, but with business SIM only you just get a new SIM card that you slot into your existing device.
Both offer inclusive calls, data, and international roaming, so the choice simply comes down to whether you want to upgrade your tech.
There are many good reasons why your business might want to make the switch to SIM-only, including:
Don’t make the mistake of staying on an expensive contract when you could save money by switching to a SIM-only deal. Get in touch with Bionic’s tech-enabled experts to compare business SIM-only deals.
Bring your own device (BYOD) is simply the name given to a policy which lets employees use their own handsets and tablets for work purposes.
BYOD is a great way to save on the cost of getting new devices for staff use, but it’s not quite as simple as giving out new SIM cards or letting them log in to their work emails on their iPad - there are data and cyber security implications to consider, so you’ll need to have a proper BYOD policy in place.
If, for instance, employees share customer data over an unsecure network or via unsecure apps, this throws up all sorts of cyber security and GDPR concerns. And then there’s the issue of employees leaving the business with work data on their phones.
5G is the next generation of mobile data, promising faster speeds of up to 1Gbps (compared to 100Mbps on 4G) that could even leave your business broadband connection for dead. That’s not to say you should ditch your business broadband though, as the same things that currently impair 4G and 3G speeds - think tall buildings, microwaves and other Wi-Fi signals - will also affect the speed and quality of your 5G connection.
And before you sign up to a 5G deal, consider that not only is it more expensive, but the existing 4G network will probably meet the demands of most businesses. Speak to one of our tech-enabled experts to work out the best option for your business.
Aside from faster speeds of up to 1Gbps, 5G offers a range of benefits for business users, including:
To help you understand more about comparing business SIM only deals with Bionic, here are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
Unfortunately, roaming charges have returned since the UK left the EU. If you do business abroad, let our tech-enabled experts know and they’ll try to match you with a deal that includes inclusive minutes, texts and data in EU countries.
Yes. If you want to keep your existing number when switching to a business SIM only deal, you’ll need a PAC code. This is something our tech-enabled team can handle for you.
A Port Authorisation Code (PAC) is a number given to you when you want to switch mobile networks but keep your existing number. PACs are valid for 30 days. If you don't use it within 30 days you will need to get another one from your network.
On the day of your switch – known as your ‘porting day’ - it can take it can take up to 24h to fully transfer your number onto your new network. Although rare, there may be some disruption to your service on your porting day.
So long as your device is compatible with your new SIM (our tech-enabled experts will make sure it is before you switch) you can simply take out your old SIM and pop in your new one on your porting day.
An eSIM uses a chip in your smartphone to download the information you need without using a physical SIM card. Not all smartphones are compatible with this technology though, so speak to our tech-enabled team to find out more.
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