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T-Mobile Retention Deal £10.00

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Just got a great deal from T-Mobile after requesting to cancel, wasn't that bothered about the handset available, more the mins, texts and web offer....got 600 mins 500 texts and unlimited web also unlimited landline calls all for £10 a month with a HTC Wildfire FOC...another option was unlimited texts instead of unlimited landline calls....various handsets available on this deal.

This is a 24 month deal
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#1
ok...if cold then how come, surely this is a good deal for you to try to get
#2
Thats what im paying for a t-mob sim only deal so not a bad deal with the free wildfire tbh.
How long is the contract though, 24 months?
Heat from me.
#3
I am with three and they dont have deal like you have posted.
Good deal better than tree retention deal, but not for none t-mobile user.
still hot voted
2 Likes #4
I voted cold. I always vote cold on retention deals because it is a deal specifically for you, not for everyone. If this was Igotagreatdeal.com you'd get a hot vote!
#5
t-mobile is getting kind now
#6
How long was left on your original contract. At what stage can you cancel?
#7
still useful to know what they are willing to do for us atm. Is this 18/24 month though?
#8
contract just expired and a 24 month deal
over 24 months cost = £240 which is half of what i am saving from the last deal i just cancelled had i just kept it going @ £30 a month
#9
Angof
I voted cold. I always vote cold on retention deals because it is a deal specifically for you, not for everyone. If this was Igotagreatdeal.com you'd get a hot vote!


a valid point.... however it is worth knowing if your contract is coming to an end with T-Mobile
#10
looks like an awesome deal so heat from me
how could people like me not on t-mobile get it though? could i sign up to a one month rolling contract and then ask for this?
#11
congratulationZ.
Great and good on you,hope that inspire some of us
thanks for sharing.
#12
Andy1300
Angof
I voted cold. I always vote cold on retention deals because it is a deal specifically for you, not for everyone. If this was Igotagreatdeal.com you'd get a hot vote!



a valid point.... however it is worth knowing if your contract is coming to an end with T-Mobile


last week tried getting a deal with t-mobile... wildfire... best they could do me was 300mins, unlimited texts, unlimited internet £20 p/m on a 24month contract told them to shove it
#13
24 months - no way!
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Voted hot. Need to negotiate my Dad's new T-mobile contract and it's useful to know what's on offer out there.

Angof:- This is 'hotukdeals.com' so if someone spots a hot deal, they post it. Using your logic maybe I should be voting cold on every telly deal because I don't need a new telly at the moment or voting cold on every B&M deal as there isn't a B&M store near me? It's simple enough... vote hot on good deals... vote cold on bad deals (say, if this had been £30 a month for a crap amount of minutes & texts)... don't vote either way on deals that don't apply to you!

-Rant over- ;)

Edited By: davesherman on Feb 22, 2011 01:36
#15
joseph1102
looks like an awesome deal so heat from me
how could people like me not on t-mobile get it though? could i sign up to a one month rolling contract and then ask for this?


I had a rolling contract with T-mobile, £15 a month for 300 mins and unlimited texts. So I rung them 2 weeks ago and told them I had my eye on a Blackberry but didn't want to pay anymore than I was now. They offered me a Blackberry curve 3G, 300 mins, unlimited texts and unlimited internet (which, as I phoned on 31st Jan, was 3gb a month, but as of 1st Feb would only have been offered as 1gb a month) for £10 a month. Which is, yes, a 2 year contract, but I was pleased. The retention deals ARE being offered......
#16
Andy1300
ok...if cold then how come, surely this is a good deal for you to try to get


Was the Motorola Defy, Google Nexus S or Samsung Galaxy S on the list of handsets along with the Wildfire? If so, how did choosing one of those affect the price?
#17
davesherman
Voted hot. Need to negotiate my Dad's new T-mobile contract and it's useful to know what's on offer out there.

Angof:- This is 'hotukdeals.com' so if someone spots a hot deal, they post it. Using your logic maybe I should be voting cold on every telly deal because I don't need a new telly at the moment or voting cold on every B&M deal as there isn't a B&M store near me? It's simple enough... vote hot on good deals... vote cold on bad deals (say, if this had been £30 a month for a crap amount of minutes & texts)... don't vote either way on deals that don't apply to you!

-Rant over- ;)


But those deals are available to anyone whereas this one MAY be offered IF you are about to cancel. I have no problem with it being posted but calling it a hot deal is very debatable. It's in a similar category to all those 'one off' clearout reductions which get posted.
#18
Every time I'm due to renew with T-Mobile I just ring up and navigate my way through to the "Leave T-Mobile" option on their phone system. Then I swear blind that I'm going to leave to get XXXX phone. They always pull a great deal out of the bag without all the haggling you would normally need to do to get it that good, then I reluctantly agree - ho ho
#19
mcintg
Every time I'm due to renew with T-Mobile I just ring up and navigate my way through to the "Leave T-Mobile" option on their phone system. Then I swear blind that I'm going to leave to get XXXX phone. They always pull a great deal out of the bag without all the haggling you would normally need to do to get it that good, then I reluctantly agree - ho ho


What a clever chap you are! Thanks for sharing that.
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Besford
mcintg
Every time I'm due to renew with T-Mobile I just ring up and navigate my way through to the "Leave T-Mobile" option on their phone system. Then I swear blind that I'm going to leave to get XXXX phone. They always pull a great deal out of the bag without all the haggling you would normally need to do to get it that good, then I reluctantly agree - ho ho




What a clever chap you are! Thanks for sharing that.


At least it's better than sitting round sniping at everything other people say

Edited By: mcintg on Feb 22, 2011 20:36
#21
Besford
24 months - no way!

well over 24 months it is still excellent value...what would you get on a payg deal over 2 years spending £10 a month?
#22
mcintg
Every time I'm due to renew with T-Mobile I just ring up and navigate my way through to the "Leave T-Mobile" option on their phone system. Then I swear blind that I'm going to leave to get XXXX phone. They always pull a great deal out of the bag without all the haggling you would normally need to do to get it that good, then I reluctantly agree - ho ho


Haha this has always worked for me with Vodafone as well!! Saves so much hassle, plus they generally seem easier to deal with, none of the 'you should be grateful we're letting you give us money' attitude of the normal upgrades department!!
1 Like #23
The retentions departments are great with most mobile companies as long as you're not after something unreasonable...

Just a shame Sky's retentions department aren't the same anymore :(
#24
Andy1300
Besford
24 months - no way!


well over 24 months it is still excellent value...what would you get on a payg deal over 2 years spending £10 a month?


I didn't say it was a bad deal, I just wouldn't lock myself into 2 years.
#25
I didn't say you did say it was a bad deal

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