Emergency Lift Thee mobile SIM only £6.99 /month - (£8.39 /month inc VAT)
Price shown is including VAT
Our lift emergency Three SIM only service for lift auto diallers means no complicated monthly billing or long contracts. With our lift emergency 3 PAYG SIM Plan service the contract is just 30 days notice to cancel the service, with no disconnection fees to pay.
PAYG UK minutes
No included data
Just £6.99 per month ex VAT
Calls to UK standard landlines 7p per minute ex VAT
Calls to UK standard mobiles 12p per minute ex VAT
Just a 30 day rolling contract
Once off SIM connection cost + PP £36.00 (£43.20 inc VAT)
Estimated delivery date: 3-5 working days.
A direct debit link for the monthly line rental will be sent to you once your order has been received. SIM cards are sent blank, so once you have received your SIM please call us on 0330 122 0000 and we will activate the Three SIM card or you, this normally takes 2/3 working days, so please allow for this.
*Please note - Due to a significant increase in the amount of fraudulent activity across our base a full vetting process will need to be completed before onboarding any new customers. We will no longer post SIM's to home addresses.
All SIM's cards will only be delivered to the registered office location or to the lift provider's registered address (further checks will be made first). A full credit check is also performed before activation. Due to the volume of invoices we send each month we are unable to submit invoices to any type of invoicing platform that requires a login to do so.
Please note - All Lift SIM cards are barred for the following services. We place call barring on calling international, Adult & Premium Calls, Chat & Premium Calls, Mpay, as all MMS messages, All Incoming/Outgoing Roaming, Adult Premium, GPRS, All outbound SMS/Text 4/3G Services are also barred.
CPI (Consumer Price Index) price increases
If you sign up to a new contract or renew your contract for a Mobile SIM service (including call charges, features, add-ons and Mobile broadband plans) the monthly price will increase each year from April 1st each year. That increase is based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) Rate of inflation which is published in January each year plus 3.9%. If CPI is negative, we’ll only apply the 3.9%
Openreach withdrawal of copper-based voice lines
The UK’s telephone network is changing after a century
As reported in the National Press and the BBC, Openreach is withdrawing ALL copper-based voice telephone lines from the UK’s network on December 31st 2025, as the network will reach its end of life.
The September the 5th 2023 "Stop Sell" will impact new supply, working line takeovers, restarting of stopped lines, migrations to a different Communications Provider (CP) transfers, addition of broadband to copper voice lines, bandwidth modification, or any modification to existing copper line installation.
Openreach has announced (01.02.2023) that, as part of their plan to retire older copper analogue UK phone services by December 2025, they will conduct a trial that "responsibly [adjusts] the performance of the remaining analogue services” (i.e. blocking out-bound calls and limiting broadband ISP speeds) to "encourage” customers to upgrade to new digital lines.
After the 31st of December any customers still using copper-based lines for their telephone service, and in some cases existing broadband services, will find their service/s will no longer work. Customers that have not migrated their current telephone service to the new VoIP alternative service by this date will lose voice service, along with their telephone number.
Make sure your auto-dialler is up to date with a 4G or 5G unit
2G and 3G Mobile Network Switch Off
As you may have read, the UK government has agreed with the UK mobile network operators that 2033 will be the year by which all public 2G and 3G networks in the UK will be switched off.
As a result, UK mobile networks are already announcing their plans to close their 2G and 3G services well ahead of this date. Earlier this year, Vodafone announced that their 3G retirement would take place in 2023, with a commitment to deliver the most reliable network and keep customers connected.