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£10 credit to burn! What should I do?

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
I've gonna have a sim with £10 on it which had to put on there to get the phone on PAYG. I don't want to use the credit for mins and text cus I'm gonna get contract. So then apart from selling it for £3, can I use this credit like with a debit card and buy what I want? or am I stuck to buying silly little apps and games?
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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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Give it to charity via text
#2
enter gadget show competition
#3
deanos
Give it to charity via text


I give set amounts to charity regularly so wanted to use this credit on stuff I need. Which is why I didn't want to waste it on 'silly little apps and games'.
#4
Carley
enter gadget show competition


lol I don't gamble and don't like to waste money.
2 Likes #5
Sex line
#6
I spent all mine on Betnow when CPW forced me to buy one with a new phone. Just made lots of safe bets and got pretty much all of it back (except some which went on paying for the texts which you use to make the bet)


Edited By: oldmanhouse on Apr 30, 2011 12:25
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gbspurs
Sex line


I'll correct my previous post:

'I don't gamble and don't like to waste money or take interest in adult entertainment or similar kind of things which I don't agree with".

Edited By: The End on Apr 30, 2011 12:28
#8
The End
and don't like to waste money.

Then why are you paying for a phone which you intend to put onto a contract?
#9
I might be able to use the credit on the networks Website to buy stuff from there but not sure. Will look into it more in a bit.
#10
Carley
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and don't like to waste money.

Then why are you paying for a phone which you intend to put onto a contract?


Because the phone works out cheaper on PAYG and then buy a contract separately. If I was lazy I'd have just bought the phone with a contract which is more expensive for the deal.


Edited By: The End on Apr 30, 2011 12:32
#11
The End
Because the phone works out cheaper on PAYG and then buy a contract separately.

What's the phone?
#12
Carley
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Because the phone works out cheaper on PAYG and then buy a contract separately.

What's the phone?


Nokia E5
#13
Not to encourage gambling but bet now will HAVE IT
#14
The End
Nokia E5

and how much did you pay for it?
#15
Carley
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Nokia E5

and how much did you pay for it?


£120 including credit but save £6 with Quidco. Total= £114

Edited By: The End on Apr 30, 2011 12:50
#16
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Carley
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Nokia E5

and how much did you pay for it?


£119 including credit but save £6 with Quidco.

I don't understand how buying it is cheaper than getting it for free on a contract?
#17
go into town and have a slap up meal with the lady, you only live once
#18
Cheapest contracts with phone are like £20 for 24 months = £480!

I can get sim only 12 months or 24 months for £10 or 30 day rolling for £10. So this makes the buying contract separate with separate phone cheaper!

Carley
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Carley
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Nokia E5

and how much did you pay for it?


£119 including credit but save £6 with Quidco.

I don't understand how buying it is cheaper than getting it for free on a contract?






Edited By: The End on Apr 30, 2011 12:57
#19
I put £15 a month on my o2 phone to get free unlimited text and web and out of that I have ten people on myo2 family for £12.76 so they can call each other for free. With the free calls and texts and internet giving me email and facebook on the move I was never spending any of my balance and O2 was giving me cash back every three months, at one point I had almost £50 in PAYG credit.

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