HoIP Telecom is Mobile Virtual Network Enabler (MVNE) providing value add, branded or white label telecommunication services to providers in the Health, Wellbeing  and Care markets.

Established 2009, HoIP Telecom provides simple, affordable, and easy to use mobile communications in a wide variety of situations where connectivity can make a real difference to quality of life. We provide the widest mobile coverage across the UK, connecting to any network - and with International Roaming in over 35 EU Countries at no additional cost.

We are focused on providing services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction to meet your needs and expectations. We’re sure you’ll be happy working with us, joining satisfied clients in over 15 EU countries .

We see our customers as partners and invite you to explore our site and share our vision of making safe, affordable and dignified living at home a reality.

"It feels different to be our Customer, CEO Dr Andrew Marsh" 
The best network coverage in the UK and FREE roaming in Europe

HoIP Telecom SIM cards are unique among UK networks by offering national roaming as possibility to its customers. We are  also first UK mobile provider to abolish roaming charges throughout the whole of the EU.
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How would you like to topup?

Prepaid credit never expires, as long as you maintain an active service & keep your account in good standing, your credit will "rollover" indefinitely. We provide truly unbeatable PAYG network coverage and first class quality
Smooth and beautiful GPS device

"A hell of a smooth and beautiful GPS device. Quality is the watchword.Like how it feels both in your hand and in your pocket, and the most important thing If I get into trouble I simply press the SOS and my family can come and pick me up and help me. I am 82 and I can handle it, you can too