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Are Blyk about to do a Woolworths?

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We have not had an ad from Blyk for 12 days now. Their old package worth £27ish of calls and texts is being replaced by one worth £15 (albeit offering more than just calls and texts) and call price…
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
We have not had an ad from Blyk for 12 days now.

Their old package worth £27ish of calls and texts is being replaced by one worth £15 (albeit offering more than just calls and texts) and call prices will be upped by 60%

Has the same happened with other Blyk users ads?

Are they going under?
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
So a new ad arrived today - for Yell - the first in ages.
#2
yeah to be fair I have never had loads of ads so I never really thought about it. Hope they dont its handy as a back up
#3
Some days at the start I could get a couple of ads some days - but now its been one in 2ish weeks.

Has anyone else found that Blyk seems to use far more data than other phone companies when accessing the same sites?
#4
I'm finding that I'm now spending loads on blyk... If I make a call and it goes to voicemail, so i hang up straight away, it costs me £0.24... so after 4 attempts to contact someone that is almost £1!!!
I've had problems getting my free topup, and a lot of my friends have been having major problems over the last couple of weeks.
As soon as I manage to get a PAC code out of them I am moving to a contract with Vodafone. My friend is doing the same in 10 days time when he is 18.
#5
Yeah - sinking ship.

Its all very well saying it was free - but it went from being usable with a fiver a month top up - to being a waste of time.

Its now an emergency car phone for me with no top ups anymore - and its getting no ads now.
#6
nooooooooooo i hope not i lost my sim card ages ago and ordered a replacement (£10) last week so my lil bro could use it!
Hope they dont go down after just spending out
#7
awoodhall2003
nooooooooooo i hope not i lost my sim card ages ago and ordered a replacement (£10) last week so my lil bro could use it!
Hope they dont go down after just spending out


Yeah - it used to be free for one replacement sim a year.

Would you not have been better just applying for a new sim rather than reissuing the old one?

The charging per minute thing as really killed it too - as if you use it in a bad coverage area you can pay pounds to get a minutes worth of calls.
#8
ibiza
Yeah - it used to be free for one replacement sim a year.

Would you not have been better just applying for a new sim rather than reissuing the old one?

The charging per minute thing as really killed it too - as if you use it in a bad coverage area you can pay pounds to get a minutes worth of calls.


how could i take out a new one, when they already had me on file? Considering you need passport now to take one out? :thinking:
#9
awoodhall2003
how could i take out a new one, when they already had me on file? Considering you need passport now to take one out? :thinking:


I am over twice the minimum age - and got three. Two are now used by relatives who are underage to join.

Its about all they are any use for now! :-D

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