How to be anonymous online in the UK
Download and install Linux ubuntu.
Order Giffgaff prepaid sim cards to a random location, shop or garage works best.
Collect the sims.
Register the sim at a random address.
Use an O2 or cracked Vodafone dongle to connect to internet. Older Vodafone dongles work with Linux without unlocking.
You are now connected to the internet via a variable IP address which will change whenever you login.
This is fairly secure. As long as the sim is registered at a phony address, the best location service could only triangulate your device from transmitter
Giffgaff has an Over 18s block which cannot be removed without registration, this can be bypassed using a VPN or simply connecting to Tor Network.
By activating a new sim every 4 weeks you can be online for less than 10 quid a month.
Using Tor Network with Linux and disposable Giffgaff sim should ensure anonymity online.
Does it work?
Yes, well if you dont use Tor it can be possible to trace the telephone number attatched to the sim, which if you don't use does not matter. Your computer IMAC number may also be visible. Use Tor.
This is a cheap method to secure your online privacy, not really a long term solution. I am not a hacker.