Unlimited texts and 350 minutes £15 on T-Mobile if cancelling after end of contract - HotUKDeals
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I was on the flex package with T-mobile and had come to the end of their contract. I phoned up to say I was moving to Vodafone's tariff with unlimited texts and 600 inclusive minutes £30 a month (18 months) and was offered the following deal.

No contract, continue with existing phone and get unlimited texts and 350 inclusive minutes for £15 a month. This is their Solo15 package but uplifted to unlimited texts instead of 650
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#1
being a retention deal, not everyone would get that deal
#2
still a good deal without the unlimited texts, voted hot
#3
jemo
being a retention deal, not everyone would get that deal


Agreed, it's posted for those in a similar position to where I was.
#4
Good deal, i just renewed with T-mobile last month and only got offered a flext 25 tarriff for £15 a month tied to a 12 month contract with no handset.
As this is a rolling monthly contract with unlimited texts it blows mines out of the water. Great deal and good to know if you are renewing. Thanks for sharing, HOT
#5
I was offered 200minutes 200 texts for £15 with O2 - I'm at the end of two contracts now so this is useful to approach them with! :) HOT
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I was offered 200minutes 200 texts for £15 with O2 - I'm at the end of two contracts now so this is useful to approach them with! :) HOT


Heh - approach them with the fact that I'm 200 mins, 400 txt, unlimited o2 to o2 calls with them as a brand new customer for £15!

It's on their own website!

200/200 as a retention deal is atrocious.
#7
Has anyone managed to get them to offer you free voicemail and free costomer services?

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