We're all different. Some of us love football, but some of us hate it. Shopping is heaven for some, and hell for others.
We all like different things, so why wouldn't you choose a mobile network that gives you what you want?
Here are some of the phone networks' best benefits - what will you choose?
A network for music lovers
Some Vodafone pay monthly plans include free Spotify premium - so you'll get access to millions of tracks, and no ads! Perfect! You can also download your tunes to listen offline.
With EE, you can enjoy six months of Apple Music for free. That’s six months' worth of great music and no restrictions - you’d pay £60 for that normally.
Or if you're a live music sort of person, O2 Priority from O2 could help you get tickets first. A bit like jumping the queue. And aside from the gigs, there are offers for food & drink, shopping and more - and some exclusive competitions too.
A network for TV lovers
If you like watching your favourite TV on the train - or wherever you happen to be when you're out and about - a NOW TV pass is available on some Vodafone plans, and it'll keep you in touch with your fave shows.
A network for sport lovers
Sport fan? There are some good perks out there for you. With free access to the Sky Sports app with your entertainment pick through your Vodafone contract - or three months free access to the BT Sport app through some plans on EE - you won't miss a kick. Result!
It’s worth mentioning that you can only choose one entertainment pick with your Vodafone contract, so you'll have to decide between music, TV or sport if you're a fan of all three.
A network for social media lovers
Spend loads of time on social media, and just… can’t… stop…? No worries. With Virgin Mobile, you can use WhatsApp and Facebook without touching your data.
And should you be left with any data at the end of the month, EE will let you gift it to someone else - you'll be a real Good Samaritan!
Finally, with iD's data rollover, you can carry your data into the next month. Handy, right?
So, there you go. Whatever you’re into, there’s a network benefit for you. One tip from us, though: make sure you check what your chosen network’s coverage is like in your hometown before you sign up – just so you don’t get stuck with dodgy reception for the length of the contract.