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I am with Vodafone, I think my current contract is £17.50 a month with 100 minutes and 100 texts a month, I want to reduce this cost now and maybe get more minutes/texts, as the 18 month contract has … Read More
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
I am with Vodafone, I think my current contract is £17.50 a month with 100 minutes and 100 texts a month, I want to reduce this cost now and maybe get more minutes/texts, as the 18 month contract has finished so I no longer am paying for the phone. What should I try to get out of them? I dont want a new phone just now.
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
ring them up, get a sim only deal then and talk to retentions, they should easily be able to improve what your getting massively for probs only £10, if they dont cancel, and just start up again as a new customer on a deal they have on the website...

£10 per month
300 minutes
3000 texts
365 days contract

£10 per month
100 minutes
500 texts
30 days rolling sim
#2
If you swap your SIM card to as ASDA PAYG sim (powered by Vodafone)

100 mins would cost you £8
100 texts would cost you £4

= £12 per month.

You've been paying crazy prices.
#3
So would I keep my number?
#4
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If you swap your SIM card to as ASDA PAYG sim (powered by Vodafone)

100 mins would cost you £8
100 texts would cost you £4

= £12 per month.

You've been paying crazy prices.


I've been paying for the phone dude.
#5
Must be a good phone....
#6
mccrick, if you talk to upgrades/retentions, yes you can keep the number just make sure you specify that, and as for starting a whole new account with vodafone, you would need your pac code i think, you need to request one i think, im on my first contract (im 17) so i dont exactly know the full details of upgrading and keeping the number etc
#7
mccririck
So would I keep my number?


If you wan to stay with Voda you number would be the same.

If you want to go to another network, ask Voda for your pac code, give that to your new network and they'll move the number over to them for you you.
#8
teshnit
ring them up, get a sim only deal then and talk to retentions, they should easily be able to improve what your getting massively for probs only £10, if they dont cancel, and just start up again as a new customer on a deal they have on the website...

£10 per month
300 minutes
3000 texts
365 days contract

£10 per month
100 minutes
500 texts
30 days rolling sim



I phoned them up, asked for that 30 days rolling contract and they kept saying it's £15 per month, passed me around to 3 different people then I got ****** off and asked for my PAC code.
#9
mccrick vodafone.co.uk :) just order it online mate
#10
teshnit
mccrick vodafone.co.uk :) just order it online mate


But will I keep my number? That's the annoying thing.
#11
Managed to get the 30 day rolling by phoning them, second attempt - they really try to get you to take a 12 month though, I got passed to 3 different people again. a-holes.
#12
them forcing you, is just them doing their job i guess... :) everyone's gotta earn a living right, even if they are annoying twits who don't listen to a work you say ha ha
#13
Im with Virgin, I get 100 minutes plus 100 texts and 100 virgin minutes to call other virgin numbers I pay 8.50 per month
#14
even thats pretty bad

i get £10/mo 100mins 500txts, £100 phone free, as well as £90 quidco, and £50 lastminute.com voucher...
10x24 = 240
240-90-50-100= £0 :)

although if you negate the phone and say i use it for 2years til it worthless then, i sold the lastminute voucher for 35
240-35-90= £115, for 2 years thats a good deal :D

and its freely gotten from the website from vodafone without the hassle of retentions/upgrades, then again it was my first contract ever so :D

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