Multi SIM

Our Multi SIM product is ideal for small businesses, teams, families, and for managing your own collection of devices. Multi SIM enables up to 10 SIM cards to use the same data bundle. Management of the SIMs is simple: Through the Y2K Customer Zone, you will be able to, allocate data caps, view usage reports, suspend and manage individual SIM cards. The Multi SIM product is a pay per use model, billed at the end of the month, this means you only pay for the data you have consumed. Monitoring and managing mobile data usage and costs has never been easier!

How It Works

Benefits

A unified view

See and manage your data allocations, limits and spend, on up to 10 SIM cards from a single account – including detailed usage reports.

Contracts

12 and 24 months contracts are available to Multi SIM account holders, our Multi SIM contracts include 200MB of free data per account per month.

Any SIM type

Multi SIM caters for all data SIM card variations, including standard, micro and nano SIMs, so you can connect the devices you need and want.

Monthly convenience

You only pay for data used, and usage amounts are billed to a single account at the end of the month. Use data limit allocations to keep your costs tightly contained.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. The ADSL service requires that you already have, or install, a phone (analogue/copper) line. Once the phone line is installed, Y2K activates the separate ADSL service on this phone line at an additional cost per month.

Yes. Fat Pipe data is not affected by your line speed at all.

No. Free uncapped surfing is just that – FREE! It does not get subtracted from your Fat Pipe data cap at all.

Yes. The maximum limit of unused (roll over) data is equal to six times your current monthly cap.

Assuming you didn’t use a single megabyte of data, for six consecutive months, all the data for those six months would accumulate and be available to you to use.

Yes. As long as you are subscribed to an ADSL service, the data account may be provided by another internet service provider (ISP).