Previously, motorists in some police force regions could prevent factors by taking a remedial driving program.
But ministers feel it really is not a difficult adequate measure to deter individuals from using a hand-held telephone though driving.
They've got also confirmed strategies to increase fines for offences from ￡100 to ￡200 and penalty factors from 3 to six.
The scrapping with the driving program selection is between various measures announced in the government response to a consultation on punishments for drivers caught working with hand-held phones.
The government initial announced in September that it was gonna enhance fines and double penalty factors.
Information of your new measures, that are because of get effect subsequent year, adhere to the jailing last month of lorry driver Tomasz Kroker, who killed a mother and 3 children although distracted by his mobile phone.
Ministers may even launch a consultation on dangerous driving offences from the finish of the 12 months.
Speaking throughout a stop by to India, Mrs May explained she desired to make using a cell phone on the wheel as socially unacceptable as drink-driving.
She stated the government would operate with the public to "raise awareness" from the dangers of driving and dialling.
She stated that punishments for drivers who killed and maimed folks for the reason that their focus had been on their phone need to be created to "fit the crime", like a deterrent to other motorists.
Fine numbers plummet
The quantity of fines issued for motorists caught employing a mobile phone illegally has plummeted by 84% considering the fact that 2011.
Some sixteen,900 drivers were handed fixed-penalty notices in England and Wales last 12 months, compared with 123,one hundred in 2011, Home Office data displays.
Motoring groups feel the decline is because of a 27% fall within the number of full-time devoted roads policing officers in England and Wales (excluding London) in between 2010 and 2015.
Department for Transport figures demonstrate that a driver staying impaired or distracted by their mobile phone had been a contributory element in 440 accidents in Britain final year, such as 22 which were fatal and 75 classed as really serious.
Mrs Could said: "Sadly, we've got seen as well several instances the devastating and heart-breaking consequences of using a cell phone when driving.
"A moment's distraction can wreck the lives of many others forever.
"We are determined to generate our roads safer by taking action towards individuals who flout the law and place others in danger."
Steve Gooding, director of motoring research charity the RAC Foundation, explained: "By ruling out courses and doubling the fine, ministers are reflecting public concern and displaying they need to stamp out a probably lethal exercise just before it gets to be entrenched behaviour for a expanding amount of drivers."
The measures is not going to impact Northern Ireland, where drivers are now provided three penalty points plus a ￡60 fine for the offence.
The Department for Infrastructure has stated there aren't any ideas to alter this, however it "will proceed to monitor improvements remaining made in Britain to discover what can be learned".