It’s simply is a shorter version of a conventional pay monthly SIM only contract, which only ties you in to a particular deal and network for one month at a time.
They’re often also called ‘rolling’ because they automatically renew from month to month, without you having to do anything.
What is a 1 month rolling contract?
What exactly do we mean by a ‘rolling contract’? Our one-month rolling contract doesn’t have a specific end date, so it’ll ‘roll on’ unless you tell us you want it to stop. It’s really easy to cancel and all we need is one month’s notice. Just like any Pay Monthly plan, you can pay your bill each month by Direct Debit.
What is a rolling contract?
a contract that continues until someone decides to end it, rather than one that continues until a particular date: You may be asked to consider whether you prefer a rolling contract, i.e. one which continues until the required period of notice is given. Compare. fixed term.
How does a pay monthly SIM work?
There are two types of SIM only deals – Pay monthly and Pay as you go. The main difference between them is that a Pay monthly SIM only deal includes an allowance for calls, texts and data which you’ll be billed for every 30 days. A Pay as you go SIM only deal requires you to top up with credit.
How long do SIM only contracts last?
However, contract for SIM only tend to be a lot shorter; around 12 months compared to the 24 months which is common on handset inclusive deals. Some providers even offer one month rolling contracts, which can be useful if you’re waiting for the latest handset to be released.