Three Contract cancellation renewal deal - 100 minutes, 100 texts, £5.47 term cost (no cashback) - HotUKDeals
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This will be of interest to anyone whose Three contract is about to finish its minimum term.

My term was up in November, so I phoned to cancel. One cancellation deal they are running is contract-only (i.e., no handset). This extends your number for another 12 months on the Talk & Text 200 tariff (not otherwise available as far as I've found) having 100 x-net minutes and 100 texts.

Three initially credit your account with £240 which is debited by £20 each month for 11 months. In the 12th month they debit £5.47. No cashback, no faff. They are, of course, banking on your using more than the allowance or downloading extra chargeable content.

For low-use users this is a very nice deal - it persuaded me. :) Can't wait to see what next year's deal will be. :D
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#1
Whee, double post! Could a mod please kill one of them. :)
#2
I mentioned this 20days ago:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28732

I'm on it as well

Didn't post it on Hot Deals as it can't apply to everyone, only current customers at the end of their contract
#3
Ah, yes, so you did. :) Sorry, don't go in that area of the forum >.>
banned#4
ermmmm..........not that a great a deal had a 6630 last year from CPW 450 xnet mins and 250 txs a month going through quidco ended up £36 on the deal after redemption then changed over to E2save last week on the K610i deal 450 mins and 250 txts again £36 through quidco and as Im happy with my 6630 I sold the K610I on the bay for £100 so £136 up now thats what I call a good deal:thumbsup:
#5
Yes, you can get better prices after cashback. The point of this is that there is no cashback. It costs £5, and that's all. Of course, you could also get another phone as well. :)
#6
Compared to cashback offers no, but no other current non-cashback deal can match this this, so really it is very good for current customers on or near their last contractual month, I am on multiple cashback contracts, 1 less without cashback hassle is a VERY NICE thing.

Of course 3 are gambling 12months of T&T600 means ppl are heavy users now and will use up the inclusive mins and sms and step into their nice expensive minute and sms rates.

As mr velvet said, very good for low users.

And I originally got this deal from The Link last November when they had £50 profit on 3 T&T600 12months free rental with free 6630, add quidco and tradein thats £80 profit, take away £15 to unlock 6630 thats £65 profit... with an unlocked free 6630 just over 11months later and 12months of T&T600 for nothing.

Believe me I praise all good retention deals as being disiciplined with cashback offers is annoying, just glad I setup so many reminders for myself for them or i'd of lost hundreds by now.
#7
I renewed mine and got a k610i, 7 months free, on talk&text 600. Thereafter, £30 (for 5 months). At that point I'll reduce it to the £20/month deal and so only pay £100 for the life of the contract, plus have the k610i free.

I know it's not '12 months free', but after the sheisters at themobileoutlet 'claimed' to have lost my second cashback claim, thus leaving me £210 out of pocket, I thought I'd rather go for something that isn't too good to be true.
#8
If people want the T&T200 or the 7months free with free SE K610i i suggest u try now, as the deals seem to vary month on month.

In September they seemed to have T&T600 with 11.5months free with no handset, gone now unfortunately.
#9
Further Details of the THREE offer once you have completed you minimum contract period:

Depending on the tariff you will get credited between £234.90 and £247.10. You must be willing to keep you current phone. Initially you will get a variable number of months free (ranges from 8 to 11.5 months free!!), and then you will pay for the final months as per ususal.

The cose for a 12 month contract:
e.g. talk and text 100 - total cost £5.55
talk and text 200 (with £5/month downloads and 25 vid minutes) £65.10
talk and text 500 - £120 (i.e. 8 months free)

THis is clearly a good deal that doesn't involve the uncertainty of applying for cashback. However, remember that you do not get a new phone and there are cheaper contracts out there from places like e2save.com that involve cashback!

Hope this helps! :)
#10
It seems the best I can get now is £46.12 for the 12 month contract length. I left it too late it seems but wasn't actually sure when my contract was up. Anyone manage any better this month? The deals change each month apparently.
#11
Wait until december and hope they have another deal?
Septembers one was 11.5months free on T&T600 via £345 credit to ru account, £15 total cost, still gutted i missed that.
#12
willdashwood
It seems the best I can get now is £46.12 for the 12 month contract length. I left it too late it seems but wasn't actually sure when my contract was up. Anyone manage any better this month? The deals change each month apparently.


They will charge for the 13th month at full £30/£35 as it may be past your billing cycle. Waiting til december will push your contract further unless you phone before your next billing cycle. So, findout your billing cycle first!
#13
Seems three have kept the £100 quidco that was meant for November only :)
#14
Does anyone know if T-mobile offer a similar type of deal, as i'm currently on a Flext35 contract (900 anytime any network minutes)?

If they don't offer me something good, can i cancel the contract at the end of its term and get a contract elsewhere and still keep the number?
#15
Yes you can request a PAC number which expires after 28days and give that PAC to a new network to move your number
Generally speaking the new network needs around 7days to apply the pack so really they last 21daysish.

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