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Had a text from T-mobile that the £20 - 6 month Internet booster is going up in price they say from the 10th October they are doubling the price will then be £40 no longer a good deal I knew this woul… Read More
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10m, 1w agoPosted 10 months, 1 week ago
Had a text from T-mobile that the £20 - 6 month Internet booster is going up in price they say from the 10th October they are doubling the price will then be £40 no longer a good deal I knew this would happen sooner or later and good bye T-mob as I will be leaving.
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10m, 1w agoPosted 10 months, 1 week ago
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banned#1
It seems to be happening everywhere!
#2
oO
used to do the monthly £5 one
nobody has given me a better reason for the huge increases over the last year
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-34346822
1 Like #3
I got it too, used to get the £5 monthly deal...

The other day I went into an EE store and asked them why the reception is so crap. They said soon they will soon discontinue or stop T Mobile, this is one way to do it. By increasing the prices, that people will stop using it.
1 Like #4
Rid1
I got it too, used to get the £5 monthly deal...
The other day I went into an EE store and asked them why the reception is so crap. They said soon they will soon discontinue or stop T Mobile, this is one way to do it. By increasing the prices, that people will stop using it.
Been saying that forever
hope not anyway still got my 43p contract
can't say I noticed any difference with EE tbh
1 Like #5
Ahh pity, i used the £20 for 6 months for years. Suppose it was good when it lasted :(
2 Likes #6
I been using the £5 monthly data booster for ages, had a good thing going on with dual sims. Reception was utter **** though and throttling did happen from time to time.
#7
pcangeldust
I been using the £5 monthly data booster for ages, had a good thing going on with dual sims. Reception was utter **** though and throttling did happen from time to time.
Same
#8
Been using the £20 for 6 months for years now. its a great deal but to put it up to double! that's just not on, i think alot of people will leave them, sad news...
#9
Before this comes into force, where can you get a sim from that isn't over the odds? I'm set to move in a couple of months and won't have the net for a while, so I wanna take advantage before it's in force.
#10
anyone knows whats happen to those who don't get a text?

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/phones/2016/09/data-booster-prices-double-for-t-mobile-customers

according to here

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How is EE letting customers know?

The mobile giant says it will text all customers affected by the price increases, giving them at least 30 days' notice of the changes – which means if you're affected, you should have been notified already.

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they suppose to give you 30 days notice.
i've got 2 t mobile sim one got a text and the other got no text about price increase.
does that mean not all are effected by the price increase?

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