The Plusnet mobile Ts and Cs have a great handy summary that pointed me straight to where I needed to go, but my exact question isn't fully unanswered.
I've been posted abroad with work to a country halfway round the planet from the UK where roaming costs are eye watering. I'm therefore using a local SIM, keeping my monthly contract Plusnet SIM for the rare occasions when I come back to Europe. It is perfectly feasible that the next such occasion will be more than twelve months away.
I am perfectly happy to pay my eight-quid-something a month to Plusnet just to keep the number for when I eventually return to the UK and for any unplanned trips to Europe, but will I be disconnected without warning for lack of use? The SIM card is currently in an envelope to remove all chance that it be data roamed by accident.
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Re: Expiry period for unused SIM
My understanding is if your Plusnet SIM is on a monthly contract then it isn't time limited whether it's used or not, it's PAYGO SIMs that have to be used at least once in any 6 month period.
Hi @HughG, thanks for getting in touch.
As @caravanj advises as you're on a monthly contract with ourselves your service would not be disconnected without warning for lack of use.
Let us know if you need anything else