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Free weekend calls are available on Flext 35 and above plans. I've just had a Nokia N95 on Flext 35 with Web n Walk Plus (as I use this as my broadband at home). Total package cost: £9.99 one-off plus £5.95 next day delivery charge. Monthly costs: £30.00 call package + £12.50 Web n Walk Plus. Seems a lot but this includes my broadband costs, free weekend calls to all UK mobiles and landlines, and £180 allowance on texts, picture messages, and weekday calls.

I've been with T-mobile for 18 months, and this is an upgrade for me, but T-mobile simply matched their new customer offer equally as is on their website today. It came at the right time for me, and may be the right deal for others too, so thought it was worth posting.
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#1
You was robbed. As a returning customer you can ask for a loyalty discount :-(
#2
Yes but thats only to existing customers who are out of contract, this deal is for anybody, excellent deal
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You was robbed. As a returning customer you can ask for a loyalty discount :-(

Believe me I have tried to better this deal. T-mobile insist for the N95 a new customer product match for an upgrade is the best they can do. For what you get for the £30 a month it's not bad. And £12.50 for unlimited data (well 3Gb fair use policy anyway), which is great for mobile web browsing, and downloading of maps for the GPS, as well as my home broadband which I'm getting up to 1.5Mbps (not bad for a mobile phone connection!), I don't think any other network can even come close.

Three are trying hard. They've got their Broadband packages, but if you notice, the minute you go over your allowance they charge you. T-mobile would issue you a warning and then throttle the speed instead of just whacking on charges. Besides, I've been a customer of Three before and due to the horrendous experience I will never go back to them again. They have terrible customer service, and an inept technical team.

For value for money I think T-mobile are perfect for me. Bear in mind that it is totally network coverage dependant of course. For instance I can't comment on O2, as their network coverage is terrible here, so I haven't even looked at their packages. Orange data tariffs are trash, as are Vodafones.

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