The United Kingdom has one of the best mobile phone networks in the world offering its customer one of the largest arrays of mobile phone deals anywhere on the planet. Like with many things in life some of these providers give their customers a much better level of service than the others including their active customer service bases. In essence there is a large difference between the best providers and the worst when it comes to customer service with some of the largest providers falling behind their competitors in satisfaction terms.
Below we have listed the current seven providers of pay monthly contracts based within the United Kingdom:
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Tesco according to most of the latest surveys are the leading provider of monthly mobile phone contracts offering their customers the very best in customer service. Tesco also offer their customers great value for money which shows unequivocally that customer service does not need to be compromised on with regards to budget. Many of the other service providers on the list above happened to fall well short of the standard set by Tesco with T-Mobile and O2 being the closet to them in this instance.
Below we have listed the top 6 pay as you go mobile phone device providers within the UK:
- Virgin Mobile
In general pay as you go services performed a tiny bit better than the same operators monthly schemes with Asda leading the way in the war of the mobiles. T-Mobile were by far the worst provider with only eighteen percent of their customers being fully happy with the service they are receiving. Overall the brands that you would think would be topping these survey tables performed below par compared to their smaller but more efficient counterparts. Check out the Designing for other browsers resource from the UK Government, this offers an insight into both mobile and desktop browsing.