From just £1 a week, there’s a pack for everyone
Our new pay as you go packs give you the minutes, texts and data that you want, without putting a big dent in your wallet.
Packs last for 7 or 30 days and are bought using your credit
The longer you stay, the better it gets.
Get your pack each week or month and every three months, you can add more minutes, texts or data at no extra cost.
Why join EE?
We have more masts than any other network, which means great coverage for your calls and texts - and we're continuing to invest in the network.
If you've got a 4G phone, there’s no extra cost for using superfast 4GEE. And our £15 and £25 Everything Packs come with double speed 4GEE**.
It’s quick and simple to manage everything in My Account or the My EE app. Top up, change packs and check your usage and allowances.
Existing customers can currently enjoy exclusive discounts on new phones – ask in store for more details.
Take a friend for free
2 for 1 cinema tickets and Pizza Express – each and every Wednesday.
Get great discounts on shows and sport with EE Tickets.
Win tickets to Wembley
Enjoy loads of chances to win tickets to the best sport and music events at Wembley Stadium.
What else you'll get with EE pay as you go
Whether you’re already with Orange or T-Mobile, or switching from another network, it’s really easy to move to EE pay as you go.
If you're already an existing EE pay as you go customer, it couldn't be easier to choose a pack, top up or manage everything on the go.
Help & Support
We've put everything you need to know about pay as you go in a single place - so it's easy to find what you're looking for.
Discover how to get the most out of EE and your phone, with our handy help videos.
See what people are saying in the EE community. Get involved, or get advice.
Keep track of your usage and packs, or top up on the move with My Account and My EE app.
**Double speed: limited roll out and select areas only, check your coverage at ee/co.uk/doublespeed. Based on EE test data 2014 (average speeds doubled from 12-15Mbps to 24-30Mbps) and doubling 4G network capacity from 2 x 10MHz to 2x 20MHz. Speeds referred to are download speeds.