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Unlimited Any Network Minutes / Month
Unlimited T-Mobile Calls / Month
Unlimited Texts / Month
Unlimited* Data / Month
Note: Unlimited internet on your phone only, does not include data tethering.

Optional flexible boosters also available at additional cost (land line minutes, Extra or Super Internet)

*We will pay you a cash-back of £5.50/month directly to your chitterchatter prepaid debit card.

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#1
Mine was dispatched today. Includes royal mail next day delivery :)



Edited By: calalf35 on Sep 18, 2012 20:03
1 Like #2
possible £7.50 quidco
1 Like #3
only bad thing is £5.50 per month is put onto a prepaid card so you pay £20.50 but the money comes back on the card.
AND 50P cheaper if you buy the nano sim one :)
#4
hot
#5
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??
#6
nice! heat added
#7
ultimatekopite
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??

you can always ask for your PAC code even if you are terminating your contract early
#8
cwhiz77
ultimatekopite
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??

you can always ask for your PAC code even if you are terminating your contract early

So that's a yes?
4 Likes #9
What's the point of them offering boosters if everything is already unlimited? :|.
#10
Does anyone know how the prepaid chitterchatter debit card works or what it is?

UPDATE: Just found a link on the site which explains it

Edited By: riccirus on Sep 18, 2012 20:24
#11
seems hot..

is this a limited time offer?

how many mins is the unlimited mins?
#12
jukkie
What's the point of them offering boosters if everything is already unlimited? :|.

I wondered the same thing anyone know the fair usage policy on the internet?
#13
riccirus
Does anyone know how the prepaid chitterchatter debit card works or what it is?

its a prepaid visa card. more info http://www.chitterchatter.co.uk/aff/card
#14
cwhiz77
ultimatekopite
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??

you can always ask for your PAC code even if you are terminating your contract early

Would the pac code work if i am already with t-mobile? as my contract finishes in november with them and this looks like a really good deal
#15
Borat
cwhiz77
ultimatekopite
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??

you can always ask for your PAC code even if you are terminating your contract early

Would the pac code work if i am already with t-mobile? as my contract finishes in november with them and this looks like a really good deal

Nops .. you need to move the number on another network (can be a pay as you go plan as well) and then move it back to T-mobile
#16
yes ring them
#17
ultimatekopite
cwhiz77
ultimatekopite
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??

you can always ask for your PAC code even if you are terminating your contract early

So that's a yes?

I am assuming that its possible but just to be on the safe side give orange customer services a call to re confirm this.
#18
Borat
cwhiz77
ultimatekopite
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??

you can always ask for your PAC code even if you are terminating your contract early

Would the pac code work if i am already with t-mobile? as my contract finishes in november with them and this looks like a really good deal

No - you would have to go out to another network and back in (you cannot use a PAC to transfer your number within the same network). Orange and T-Mobile are currently seen as separate networks so you could transfer to PAYG on one and back again.

According to T-Mobile T&Cs unlimited means just that - no fair use, unlimited (there are different Full Monty plans that have a 2000 minute limit on calls but that is indicated as a separate plan on Chitter Chatter).

You can also potentially get £7.50 cashback on Quidco as well.

Anon

Edited By: Anon on Sep 18, 2012 20:36
#19
I upgraded from t mobile to this via there chitter chatter call centre and I'm now on the full Monty but still awaiting my prepaid visa card, same service data speeds so very happy.
1 Like #20
What's this pre-paid visa nonsense??
#21
Could someone please explain something to me please?

Unlimited everything, yes?

Why is there an option to buy extra minutes, or extra data packages on the next page. If everything is unlimited, surely you wouldn't need them>
#22
Also, if "sim only", how would you pay for the extras? Would it come off the £5.50 they are meant to be putting on the visa card every month?


Edited By: rehydrated on Sep 18, 2012 20:52
#23
Going to give this a miss :( Came 6 months too early
#24
Hot
#25
I hope this plan does not charge customers to call lyca, lebara numbers. There are horror stories on internet. Great deal if these numbers are included.
#26
Hang on. So its unlimited everything but does that include calls to landlines?
#27
Sporadic
Hang on. So its unlimited everything but does that include calls to landlines?

this site needs a facepalm smiley badddd
#28
Isn't this T-Mobile?..I mean ChitterChatter selling T-Mobile plans? Last time I got T-Mobile they said unlimited internet but the speed was capped...not jumping as yet into this (_;)
#29
Am I being dim or is there the same deal for £15 at the bottom of the page?
#30
The option to buy flexible boosters is there as they do international ones to save money calling abroad etc
#31
Am I being dim or is there the same deal for £15 at the bottom of the page?
#32
Am I being dim or is there the same deal for £15 at the bottom of the page?
#33
Am I being dim or is there the same deal for £15 at the bottom of the page?
#34
maclennanneil
Am I being dim or is there the same deal for £15 at the bottom of the page?

Haha, I was going to post the same :-)
Looks like this can be ahd for £15 indeed
#35
This deal does not include unlimited landline calls, as you have to add landline booster on next page. therefore misleading offer !
#36
maclennanneil
Am I being dim or is there the same deal for £15 at the bottom of the page?

somebody pointed it out before i think you save 50p for the nano sim
#37
Seems quite good but think I'd rather go the giffgaff route unless you really need to make shed loads of calls, unless I'm missing something.
#38
cwhiz77
Borat
cwhiz77
ultimatekopite
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??

you can always ask for your PAC code even if you are terminating your contract early

Would the pac code work if i am already with t-mobile? as my contract finishes in november with them and this looks like a really good deal

Nops .. you need to move the number on another network (can be a pay as you go plan as well) and then move it back to T-mobile
Anon
Borat
cwhiz77
ultimatekopite
Might pay off my existing contract for this....anyone know if I pay off my orange contract, do I get to keep the number??

you can always ask for your PAC code even if you are terminating your contract early

Would the pac code work if i am already with t-mobile? as my contract finishes in november with them and this looks like a really good deal

No - you would have to go out to another network and back in (you cannot use a PAC to transfer your number within the same network). Orange and T-Mobile are currently seen as separate networks so you could transfer to PAYG on one and back again.

According to T-Mobile T&Cs unlimited means just that - no fair use, unlimited (there are different Full Monty plans that have a 2000 minute limit on calls but that is indicated as a separate plan on Chitter Chatter).

You can also potentially get £7.50 cashback on Quidco as well.

Anon

Thanks
#39
maclennanneil
Am I being dim or is there the same deal for £15 at the bottom of the page?

Different sim options.
#40
seems ok - i'd prefer to buy from a shop though: is there a way to "tether" without the phone thinking its being tethered (eg: iPhone MyWi)?

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