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iPhone 4 16GB on 3 - £25ppm

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Just wanted to bounce this off people on here for their opinions...

Just upgraded my existing contract with 3 to get an iPhone 4 16GB with 500 mins, 5000 texts, 1GB internet for £25ppm with a £99 upfront cost for the phone.

The choker.. this is on a 36 month contract.

Is this a reasonable deal? Or should I ring back and cancel or try and re-negotiate, if so, what should I be aiming to get it down to?
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago

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get it down to a fiver a month and a free fudge donut every day
Seems to be a but if a long contract that, I got my iPhone 4 on a two year one and I thought that was long! The one benefit of mine is the phone is covered for the length of the contract

Edited By: souljacker on Oct 12, 2010 20:22: Of if ... And my sausage fingers
lol a 3 year contract.

depends if u like the phone really, ultimately u can get a rolling contract that gives u the same amount of minutes, texts and internet for the same monthly cost. Only difference is u get a free phone, and rolling contract u are not tied down to anyone for 3 years.

Personally i wouldn't touch a 3 year contract
Steep! http://www.three.co.uk/Phones/iPhone/Plans

Its only an extra £5 per month for the same deal online, but for 24 months

so £30 x 24 = £720 whereas yours is £25 x 36 = £900

You'd be better with the online one, since your an existing customer they should better the price too!

Also - topcashback pay £64.00 cashback
Thanks for your replies and opinions guys.

I'm thinking I might cancel the deal then and just try and buy the phone outright so I'm free to buy a SIM tariff online

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