Sky Mobile customers are being given the chance to get a free SIM card and it could be perfect for anyone with friends and family who can’t currently access the web. The new incentive, which is available from this week, allows customers to fill the extra SIM card with any spare data they have leftover at the end of each month.
That means this precious and expensive internet access doesn’t get wasted and can be used by someone else instead. With most of us currently stuck at home due to the current lockdown, it’s obviously impacted the amount of mobile data being used.
In fact, Sky Mobile reckons that, on average, we’re all left with around 69GB at the end of the month.
Unlike many networks which don’t allow this data to be carried over, Sky already has its Piggybank system so customers can keep unused internet access for up to three years.
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To add a free Sky Mobile SIM and begin sharing spare data with others, customers can simply follow these steps to get started:
1. Visit sky.com/sharemysparedata to add a free SIM to your basket
2. When it arrives, follow the instructions on the SIM pack to active it
3. Once activated you can give it or send it to anyone you want, ensuring current government guidelines are adhered to
4. Start sharing your spare data from your Sky Piggybank with the new SIM on the My Sky App
Along with offering this free SIM, Sky Mobile has also recently launched a big iPhone sale which is offering customers up to £360 off the latest iPhone 12.
Deals include the iPhone 12 for £43 per month – which includes 50GB of data – or there’s the iPhone 12 Pro with 50GB of data for £84 per month.