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2000 Three-to-Three minutes Free for existing contract customers (12/24 months) @ Three

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Ive used the online chat to claim it. i was Payg previously and just signed up for a contract a few days ago, it didnt come with free 3 to 3 minutes so i had to claim it myself. (my very first contrac… Read More
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Ive used the online chat to claim it. i was Payg previously and just signed up for a contract a few days ago, it didnt come with free 3 to 3 minutes so i had to claim it myself. (my very first contract)

Exclusive offers for existing customers

If you already have a Three contract, with at least a minimum term of 1 month, and you sign up to an additional 12 or 24-month minimum term contract, we’ll automatically add 2000 free Three-to-Three minutes each month to both your existing and new Three accounts. If the additional contract is purchased online via Three.co.uk, you’ll just need to call us on 333 for us to add your 2000 free Three-to-Three minutes a month to your original Three account.

This offer is also available to members of your household (i.e. those with the same postal address as you).
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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So did you sign up for an extra contract?:|
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Hasn't this always been the case for 3/3 customers?
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nokiafusion
Hasn't this always been the case for 3/3 customers?

Yes, indeed.
But they forced users to different tarrifs lying they're "phasing out old tarrifs". It was clearly attempt to take more money from customers before attempt to take over O2. When blocked by EU they stopped but never gave back old allowances.
My monthly payment was increased almost 60% - from £7 to over £11 (SIM only). Of course I have bigger allowance, but previous was more than enough for me, so I can't see any difference for money.
No, I won't sign new contract for that.

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