Utility Warehouse mobile review
How good is Utility Warehouse mobile? 2020 Which? mobile networks satisfaction survey
Before signing up for a new phone deal, read our review of Utility Warehouse to see how it did in our regular mobile phone satisfaction survey.
In our latest survey we spoke to more than 4,000 real customers from 13 of the biggest phone providers, including EE, O2, Vodafone and Three. They told us exactly what they thought of their phone company, from the customer service on offer to the value for money they get.
In this in-depth review of Utility Warehouse mobile, we'll:
- give you a full breakdown of how its customers rated it for key factors, including customer service, value for money and incentives.
- report quotes from real Utility Warehouse mobile customers on their experiences.
- tell you whether it's a Which? Recommended Provider.
What network does Utility Warehouse use?
Utility Warehouse uses the EE network. Utility Warehouse is a virtual provider, which means it uses another provider's infrastructure – in this case EE's. It offers 3G and 4G coverage.
How good is Utility Warehouse's mobile coverage?
To check coverage where you live, use our free interactive . Simply enter your postcode into the map and it will tell you how good EE's signal is in your area, as well as comparing it with the other providers.
Utility Warehouse's mobile deals
Self-styled as the biggest mobile provider you've never heard of, Utility Warehouse offers mobile phone contracts and Sim-only deals alongside energy and broadband packages.
The more services you choose from Utility Warehouse, the more benefits you’ll get, such as an extra 6GB of monthly data and free mobile phone protection when you pick the mobile, phone and broadband bundle.
Customers can save even more by using Utility Warehouse's cashback card (valid at more than 40 retailers).
Utility Warehouse's mobile deals cost from £10/month. It promises not to raise prices during your contract and will automatically stop charging for the handset once your contract comes to an end (effectively switching you to a Sim-only deal and only charging you for your phone usage).
You can switch to a different price plan at any time – even mid contract – and because you can't spend more than the cost of your price plan (unless you add a top-up) you'll never be hit with an unexpectedly high bill.
Utility Warehouse stores
Utility Warehouse doesn't have its own stores.
Complaints about Utility Warehouse
Telecoms regulator Ofcom regularly publishes information on the number of complaints it gets about the main mobile providers. Unfortunately, Utility Warehouse's market share is too small for Ofcom to release these figures.
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