OK, so Zevvle is up and running - now what?
The network is piggybacked onto EE. It is fast and the coverage is probably more than the other networks. Generally, EE shows the most promise in the future.
The app and signing up is painless and generally does everything that I would want.
The elephant in the room of course is the cost. There are plenty of cheaper PAYG alternatives that use EE.
Having said that Zevvle has advantages for low users particularly if 5 sims can be activated for £5 per month. I was thinking of elderly people who don’t actually use a mobile phone but see its advantages on holiday or in hospital say. The line is kept alive regardless of use if the subscription is paid and can be topped up by an overseeing relative/friend when it is needed. Similarly for children with the added controls of data and SMS/MMS management. It will be useful for emergency/glovebox phones. The unique use in most of these cases is keeping the number alive purely by paying a subscription.
For the future Nick USPs to consider:
Unlimited minutes and texts included with the subscription.
Roaming in the UK
Decent overseas use prices