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There is a promotion at Reading T-Mobile store, (I am not sure if available at any other store), of £10 pm SIM under 12 months contract which gives you the following

300 inclusive minutes (normally 100 minutes)
300 texts (normally 100 texts)
A choice of a flexible booster (internet, unlimited landline, unlimited texts)

This is a great deal as most deals tie you in to 24 months, this is only 12 months.

I find their unlimited landline flexible booster most valuable of all as you can call a landline number for free any time of the day. If you choose this booster then your 300 minutes would be available for mobile minutes as the landline calls would not bite into your 300 minutes allowance, giving you even more call time.

I would definately recommend T-Mobile for customer service.
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#1
sorry but thats no where near , payg , £10 a month , unl web , unl texts and 250 mins anytime !!

Edited By: cbrpaul on May 07, 2011 13:05
#2
chitterchatter Does 350 min and 300 text + Bolts On - 30 Day contract
Cold for me

Edited By: a6unx on May 07, 2011 13:08
#3
a6unx
chitterchatter Does 350 min and 300 text + Bolts On - 30 Day contract
Cold for me

Never heard of chitterchatter. Are they T-Mobile or an independent operator?
#4
giffgaff deal better tbh - unless you get crap 02 signal, then its a diff story. cold sorry
#5
Just had a tech problem with Giffgaff. The response from their service contact and also the forum was not helpful at all.
In fact one of the forum members with Giffgaff " Guru " status didn't even know that the video calls were free for Giffgaff to Giffgaff.
#6
They piggy back Tmobile
mutley1
a6unx
chitterchatter Does 350 min and 300 text + Bolts On - 30 Day contract
Cold for me


Never heard of chitterchatter. Are they T-Mobile or an independent operator?
#7
i have two contracts with chitterchatter/tmobile
600 min 500 text and ulimited internet for £10, you pay 15 to tmoble and they refund you £5 been no problems so far
#8
cbrpaul
sorry but thats no where near , payg , £10 a month , unl web , unl texts and 250 mins anytime !!

Is this with t-mobile?
#9
consam
i have two contracts with chitterchatter/tmobile
600 min 500 text and ulimited internet for £10, you pay 15 to tmoble and they refund you £5 been no problems so far

I don't like the idea of cashback as that is never guaranteed. They take your money and if they decide not to pay you the cashback at any time, you have to go through all the complaints procedure, which is very time consuming as well as frustrating as you feel taken advantage of.

Having been stung recently by auracall for my landline, I would advise people to stay clear of small operators and stick to the major ones for telecomnnunications as they are all fine until there is a problem, at which time you will find that their complaints department is suddenly very quiet.

I think customer service is very important especially for telecommunication as you could end up with no calls!
#10
its not a cashback deal, they refund you £5 a month on your t-mobile bill
#11
Been with them over six months no been no problems with the refunds yet but yes I do agree cash back can be dodgy
#12
daindian
its not a cashback deal, they refund you £5 a month on your t-mobile bill

Same thing. You pay up front and they give you some cash back. I believe that is the definition of cashback.
#13
consam
Been with them over six months no been no problems with the refunds yet but yes I do agree cash back can be dodgy

I suppose it's not a worry if you are only on a 30 day rolling contract as all you stand to lose if problems occur is £10 since you can give 30 day notice to quit.

It may be a problem if they don't play ball and don't give your PAC code to transfer your number over to another operator.
#14
consam
Been with them over six months no been no problems with the refunds yet but yes I do agree cash back can be dodgy

Not to worry you but below is a link to web complaints about chitter chatter. Typical of small operators, everything is fine until you have a problem then you wish you never came across them, like my auracall.

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?264995-chitter-chatter
#15
mutley1
daindian
its not a cashback deal, they refund you £5 a month on your t-mobile bill


Same thing. You pay up front and they give you some cash back. I believe that is the definition of cashback.


Is it still the definition of cashbook if no cash is taken to be given back????
#16
far3000
mutley1
daindian
its not a cashback deal, they refund you £5 a month on your t-mobile bill

Same thing. You pay up front and they give you some cash back. I believe that is the definition of cashback.

Is it still the definition of cashbook if no cash is taken to be given back????

Yes. I do not think cashback has to be physical payment. You still sign up to a contract for £15 and they give you a refund of £5 each month. If they stop the refund payment, you still have to pay the £15 and make a complaint to get your £5 back. If you stop payment because of this dispute then they will disconnect you, which to most people would be a disaster, especially if you use your mobile for business.
#17
Tesco Mobile: 250mins, 5000texts, 500MB data - £10/month 30-day rolling contract.

50 fewer minutes, but more texts, and no tie in for 12 months, so the T-Mobile deal is cold from me, sorry.

Course, if you need to call landlines constantly and need no data, then the T-Mobile deal is good.

Edited By: macleodmac on May 07, 2011 21:58
#18
macleodmac
Tesco Mobile: 250mins, 5000texts, 500MB data - £10/month 30-day rolling contract.

50 fewer minutes, but more texts, and no tie in for 12 months, so the T-Mobile deal is cold from me, sorry.

Course, if you need to call landlines constantly and need no data, then the T-Mobile deal is good.

Or if you natter a lot to mobiles as this deal has 50 more mobile minutes than the Tesco mobile, which is worth a lot of money as mobile minutes are expensive.

I had a terrible time with customer service at Tesco Mobile 10 years ago. I couldn't cancel my contract. Are they better now, does anyone know?

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