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Beepy?

Matt J Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Hi,

What if anything do people know about beepy mobile? (http://www.beepy.co.uk)

I have read the one thread on the site regarding it however I have a couple of questions.

Firstly, with any contract I order I would swap to the cheapest £10 "gift" so receiving the gift is not an issue for me at all. With this in mind would you say Beepy are reliable enough to order with? I am ordering with them only to get the cheap mobile deals which they seem to have over going direct to the network.

Secondly, the contract I order remains a contract with the network yes? Say for example Beepy "disappeared" - my contract would be secure with the network? What if I have a query/customer service issue? Do I contract the network as I would if I was a regular cusomter?

Also would it be possible to ring the network and add add-ons as you would as a regular customer? E.g. If i wanted to add oranges £5/month data plan. Could I ring Orange and have this added?

Didn't know where to ask these questions really so any help is appreciated.

Thanks a lot.
Matt J Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
I've ordered with Beepy before, got £20 cashback through Quidco and a free Xbox 360 Elite.

They are fine to use.
#2
Thanks hornblowerracing,

Have you or any others had experience with the other questions in my post? Would you say that once the order is received and money taken, all experience is with the network operator from then on?

Edit: Is the direct debit to the operator?
#3
Yeah, it all goes through the Network provider.

Not sure if there was to be a problem with the phone, but as most deals on Beepy go through Orange, I can't see it being a major issue. :thumbsup:
#4
Ahh such a shame I've just discovered I have virtually no Orange reception around here. Makes sense as I had to cancel my Three contract because there was no reception in my house and I believe they use Orange for their 2G fallback...******.
#5
Matt J
Ahh such a shame I've just discovered I have virtually no Orange reception around here. Makes sense as I had to cancel my Three contract because there was no reception in my house and I believe they use Orange for their 2G fallback...******.


That'd be correct.

Try phonespot or dialaphone. Or just google "best deal on blah blah phone". There are loads of suppliers.

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