30day TalkMobile (Voda) DOUBLE DATA offer 500m/5000txt/2GB £7.50
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30day TalkMobile (Voda) DOUBLE DATA offer 500m/5000txt/2GB £7.50

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Found 22nd Jan
Uswitch exclusive Double the data than direct from TM own website X)

Good for low-medium users that need a 2/3G Vodafone signal

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hmm not bad, where I live Vodafone 3G gives me a good 10-15Gb/s which is download faster than O2 with 4G!
Edited by: "waynehardy" 22nd Jan

Freeezzzzzzing cold!
You can get 1000m/5000txt/2gb for £3.50 a month on talk mobile at mobile phones direct if you don't mind a 12 month contract.

Terrible company, worst customer service I have ever experienced.

bmckay00

Terrible company, worst customer service I have ever experienced.



CS has been great for me. Only had to contact them twice, all sorted in minutes.

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Dyslexic_Dog

Freeezzzzzzing cold!You can get 1000m/5000txt/2gb for £3.50 a month on … Freeezzzzzzing cold!You can get 1000m/5000txt/2gb for £3.50 a month on talk mobile at mobile phones direct if you don't mind a 12 month contract.




Some of us like to jump ship as soon as a better promo comes up on another 30 day sim

People vote based on cost en masse and well Plusnet is doing a stonking £7.50 deal via Uswitch - its all fine in cites, but alot of people have to go with particular networks & its resellers, EE is a no go for me or a £7.50 Plusnet/Virgin £15 20GB sim/ would be en route to me

I am considering this for myself because 4G at home is a no go on any network, it cant penetrate my apartments walls

Otto.uk

CS has been great for me. Only had to contact them twice, all sorted in … CS has been great for me. Only had to contact them twice, all sorted in minutes.



Sadly I had the opposite - whilst the egyptian CSR's are very polite they are unable to assist when anything goes wrong (porting my number in a 2 minute job entailed turning my phone off for an entire day) theis then resulted in "an escalation" and another 72 hour wait - bear in mind they had killled my phone number by transferring it into talkmobile BUT failed to assign it to my sim - no one could call me for almost 2 weeks on my number which i've had for 2 decades - EVERY SINGLE TIME you call you get "i'll escalate it please wait 72 hours" and it doesn't get fixed.

I finally opened a case with resolver and eventually obtained a PAC code and ported it back out, they finally managed to fix it the day before i left.

Not only this but they "claimed" on one of the phone conversations that i switched tariffs to a higher priced tariff (same minutes texts and data allowance and requested paper billing.

I will never go near them again :\

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pontprennau

Sadly I had the opposite - whilst the egyptian CSR's are very polite they … Sadly I had the opposite - whilst the egyptian CSR's are very polite they are unable to assist when anything goes wrong (porting my number in a 2 minute job entailed turning my phone off for an entire day) theis then resulted in "an escalation" and another 72 hour wait - bear in mind they had killled my phone number by transferring it into talkmobile BUT failed to assign it to my sim - no one could call me for almost 2 weeks on my number which i've had for 2 decades - EVERY SINGLE TIME you call you get "i'll escalate it please wait 72 hours" and it doesn't get fixed.I finally opened a case with resolver and eventually obtained a PAC code and ported it back out, they finally managed to fix it the day before i left.Not only this but they "claimed" on one of the phone conversations that i switched tariffs to a higher priced tariff (same minutes texts and data allowance and requested paper billing.I will never go near them again :\


Ports go through the Vodafone port team, so that sounds about right for Voda! Really TM aren't accountable for their naughty partner, we all know how hard it is as a customer with Vodafone customer care, imagine dealing with them all day in a TM call centre...the Egypt call centre used to handle Voda customers so they have had it from both ends.

For everyone's reference Ofcom like I advised them to make statutory registers complaints & gives a Ofcom reference to then start your telcos Complaints Code of conduct - you only need have called your telco first and the matter has not been addressed not that you have started the Complaints Code of conduct procedure for your telco.


I have always done so, the woman gave me a reference number without asking, I enquiried and was told it was now recording all complaints at the point of contact - something I had pointed out to 2 Ofcom Chief Executives - that they were not recording complaints correctly by not giving out a ref no as standard, and the Communications Act that started Ofcom required them to do so.

A complaint does not need you to instigate the Complaints Code of conduct policy of your telco, a call or letter with no suitable contact or resolution is enough to register the complaint with Ofcom then follow the telcos Complaints Code.

Ofcom in many cases will also email your telco the complaint, but you should always follow up Ofcom with Complaints Code either way yourself.


This is how the system was designed not just telcos paying ADR companies to rule in their favour, ex Chief Executive Graham Howell has a lot to answer for he is guilty of many Breaches of Public Office with UK&EU legislation - when I started rocking the boat he stepped back, he is a registered lawyer so there is no excuse for not knowing UK&EU law and running Ofcom in conjunction with such, as Ofcom CE law degree or not it was his job to know and implement as required for circa 15 years.




Thankfully Ofcom seems to be starting to act as a regulator for consumers not just business.
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