Hey @nick (and everyone else!)
I was speaking with some of the other community members here, and they prompted me to create an account to ask some questions (although it feels a little self important to create a new thread for it, I couldn’t find a suitable thread to put it in).
I have a couple of “phone aged” children - 1 doesn’t have a SIM yet, the other pays £5 per month with ID Mobile for 1GB data (mins and texts are virtually irrelevant these days!)
It was the cheapest I could find, and they probably use less than 100MB of data per month - Child number 2 will likely follow in the same way, as most of their phone usage will be in Wi-Fi zones.
Now, is Zevvle a good option here, and if so, which way to work it?
Am I right in thinking that for £7 per month, I could have 2 SIM’s, with their own numbers? The £7 coming from a £5 minimum top up (appreciate it’s £15 every 3 months, but just keeping it easy to read), and the £2 flat fee for the extra SIM.
Any usage from both numbers would be an additional cost at the advertised rates?
One of the things I wasn’t sure about is the “rolling over” and “refunded allowance”.
With the “refund”, is this only if you close your account? Or if I top up £120 in 2 years, but only use 30GB of data (and no calls or texts), could I simply get a £60 refund (30GB at £2 per GB costing £60)?
As for the rolling over, is it it literally limitless?
Would £5 per month for 2 years, with no usage what so ever, give me 60GB to work with?
Lastly, what is the advantage of adding another SIM to the same account (and paying the £2 per month fee) - Would I not be better off paying for 2 separate accounts? Appreciate the outlay each month would then be £10, but if both were eligible for refunds on the data/mins that weren’t used, it would seem the more sensible option?
Sorry for the essay!