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Existing customers get £50 off the purchase price of USB Modem

rECENTLY PRICED AT £99, NOW AVAILABLE AT A SNIP FOR JUST £19.99 FOR EXISTING CUSTOMERS.
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#1
i was gna get one for £50 as im a student, this is even better, hot
#2
Fab price,
This is tumbling all the time, tempted to get a second for relative

Instore deal?
#3
Onlines a better bet - see my post in the other 3 mobile broadband thread.
Was in the shop today and the guy phoned central office to ask about this and came back saying its been pulled for PAYG, contract only now. I walked out and went to the website and got one no problem for £19.99. Expires 31/3 though!
#4
I bought one for £49 on saturday (I am also an existing customer) going to get another one, could I take back the the one I bought on Saturday and get a refund?
#5
dblake;1775983
Onlines a better bet - see my post in the other 3 mobile broadband thread.
Was in the shop today and the guy phoned central office to ask about this and came back saying its been pulled for PAYG, contract only now. I walked out and went to the website and got one no problem for £19.99. Expires 31/3 though!


Have you got the link for £19.99 offer dblake ? :)
#6
for the promotional code do you jst put ur 3 mobile number?
banned#7
Can you be a pay as you go existing customer and sign up for this deal?
#8
xfox
Can you be a pay as you go existing customer and sign up for this deal?



it asks you for an account number
#9
how do i get the £50 off?
#10
gunton10;1776075
how do i get the £50 off?


I just figured this out... £50 automatic discount for existing customers :)
#11
jebervic
I bought one for £49 on saturday (I am also an existing customer) going to get another one, could I take back the the one I bought on Saturday and get a refund?


This deal will have been "arranged" well in advance of this weekend , so they sold at a higher price (possibly) with full knowledge that there was to be a price reduction. So if you don't ask them you'll never know.
#12
what you do? phone number in promotional code?
#13
edi
I just figured this out... £50 automatic discount for existing customers :)


what when ya put ya details in name etc

or do i need to use same credit card. will this be for pay as you go customers only or contract?

cheers a gunton
#14
gunton10;1776099
what when ya put ya details in name etc

or do i need to use same credit card. will this be for pay as you go customers only or contract?

cheers a gunton


Donno much except the offer is for existing customers and £50 discount (off £69.99 price) is available on PAYG :)

Fine print :-

Offer available until 31/03/2008 while stocks last to existing customers registering on Broadband Lite, Broadband Plus or Broadband Max or Pay As you Go customers purchasing a Broadband Add-On (Add-on valid for 30 days from activation). Maximum discount is up to £50 off the applicable purchase price of USB Modem. Minimum term contract applies to contract customers. Service limitations and terms apply.
#15
edi
Donno much except the offer is for existing customers and £50 discount (off £69.99 price) is available on PAYG :)

Fine print :-

Offer available until 31/03/2008 while stocks last to existing customers registering on Broadband Lite, Broadband Plus or Broadband Max or Pay As you Go customers purchasing a Broadband Add-On (Add-on valid for 30 days from activation). Maximum discount is up to £50 off the applicable purchase price of USB Modem. Minimum term contract applies to contract customers. Service limitations and terms apply.


so do you think i can get a M8 to sign up for me as its not working with my details.
#16
gunton10;1776135
so do you think i can get a M8 to sign up for me as its not working with my details.


Should work if you are an existing customer... also, remember they claim doing credit check :)
#17
edi;1776011
Have you got the link for £19.99 offer dblake ? :)

www.three.co.uk/mobilebroadband

Select Pay as you go, then choose your USB modem, then click on the "Existing customer" bit in the basket. You need yout mobile number and account number to qualify!
So, £19.99 delivered next day! Whoo hoo!
#18
ZTE USB Modem or the other 3 usb one ??

scooter
#19
Hi,

Not sure if anyone else done a PAYG order, but online says 19.99, but confirmaiton email says 69.99, not got time to call at mo, can others confirm or not what email says?

Tks
#20
scooter
ZTE USB Modem or the other 3 usb one ??

scooter



Def the other one (white)
#21
[email protected];1776203
Hi,

Not sure if anyone else done a PAYG order, but online says 19.99, but confirmaiton email says 69.99, not got time to call at mo, can others confirm or not what email says?

Tks


Fine print says you should buy an add-on to get £50 discount :roll:


[I]Offer available until 31/03/2008 while stocks last to existing customers registering on Broadband Lite, Broadband Plus or Broadband Max or Pay As you Go customers purchasing a Broadband Add-On (Add-on valid for 30 days from activation). Maximum discount is up to £50 off the applicable purchase price of USB Modem. Minimum term contract applies to contract customers. Service limitations and terms apply.

[/I]
#22
[email protected];1776203
Hi,

Not sure if anyone else done a PAYG order, but online says 19.99, but confirmaiton email says 69.99, not got time to call at mo, can others confirm or not what email says?

Tks

Had the same in my email - printed out the payment page just in case they try and pull a fast one ;-)
#23
whats the dif with the zte and the others ??

scooter
#24
silly me, thx
#25
scooter;1776194
ZTE USB Modem or the other 3 usb one ??
scooter

The ZTE can apparantly support higher speeds but 3 havent rolled that out in UK so the only real difference apart from the colours is the 220 version works on my Asus eeePC :thumbsup:
#26
I just ordered 2 @ £19.99 each but the email they have sent says they are £69.99 each :x
#27
Can the broadband add on - be the £5pcm 1gb BB add on?
#28
Yep same for me and I'm on a contract. Confirmation emails shows normal price of £69.99. Have taken a screen dump of the confirmation at the discounted price incase.
#29
vixygwim;1776254
Do you think if I enter my contract details in order to buy this at £19.99 they'll try and tie me into a 12 month broadband contract on top of my existing one?
Isn't worded brilliantly.

I've entered my contract account number - I'm not expecting to have an additional fee each month and the receipt email specifically says £0.00 per month in the price plan cost!
#30
Did anyone go through quidco for £4 hehe. Worth a try, I did!
and its tracking:
25 Mar 2008 15:51:07 3 Mobile 0.00 4.00 tracked ~ Jun 2008
#31
Just checked my Natwest account and it has charged me the £39.98. Card transactions show straight away on my Natwest account. :thumbsup:
#32
No forgot Quidco. My bad
#33
Anyone know how you unlock them?
#34
vixygwim;1776274
Why wouldn't the ZTE work with the EEE? Are you talking about the default distro / some other Linux variant?

Theses some witchcraft afoot in the way it works - check out www.eeeuser.com - the forums there are awash with tales of difficulties with eeepc and zte!
#35
theyr selling the usb modems on pay as you ngo on ebay fr atleast £70, buy buy buy
#36
go4go13;1776290
Just checked my Natwest account and it has charged me the £39.98. Card transactions show straight away on my Natwest account. :thumbsup:


Oh. Was gonna order one but dont want the difficulties of having to chase money ;-) or did you order two?

just looked you did :-D

might go for it then...
#37
just sent for one its says in email 69.99 but they only took £19.99

so far so good :)

scooter
#38
go4go13;1776290
Just checked my Natwest account and it has charged me the £39.98. Card transactions show straight away on my Natwest account. :thumbsup:


Is that for 2 modems? Did you buy any add-ons ? :)

Need one but dont want the hassle of chasing '3' for the discount !
#39
the ZTE is going for more on ebay then the other one, b4 i buy im stuck on which one to choose, please help
#40
edi;1776366
Is that for 2 modems? Did you buy any add-ons ? :)

Need one but dont want the hassle of chasing '3' for the discount !


Hi edi

Yes ordered 2 modems

No did not order any add-ons

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