EE iPhone 5c - free phone - at £23.99 a month still!!! via USwitch
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EE iPhone 5c - free phone - at £23.99 a month still!!! via USwitch

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Found 20th Apr 2014
This deal was red hot with a code but now is available via the Uswitch site. It doesn't give a choice of colours however as when I looked earlier it was only green and now it is only white phones they have for sale. Still a good deal.
No Quidco or TCB however
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    The offer is still valid on the other deal (phone cost is now £30 with voucher off) with £60 odd cashback plus choice of colours I would stick with the other deal

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    Original Poster
    On the original deal I just got £30 with Quidco - presumably better with TCB?
    pffft if its a 2 year contract they will put the bill up twice
    johnjohn44

    pffft if its a 2 year contract they will put the bill up twice



    I agree! It'll end up being £33.99 pm by the end of the 24mths. Lol

    Heat added. Good deal if the EE network doesn't disconnect your calls mid-call.
    Why would bill be up
    eightace

    On the original deal I just got £30 with Quidco - presumably better with … On the original deal I just got £30 with Quidco - presumably better with TCB?


    its telling me the phone is upfront £30 to pay today not free?
    johnjohn44

    pffft if its a 2 year contract they will put the bill up twice



    T-Mobile have somehow managed three increases with me and still got 2 months left on my 24 month contract!
    mummynewbie01

    its telling me the phone is upfront £30 to pay today not free?



    It is also telling me it is £30 and when I went on chat it claimed the price is now £129. I told them I would report them to advertising complaints
    im trying to find a 5c on contract.free handset and less than £25 monthly without having to claim cashback, anyone know of any
    wakkaday

    Why would bill be up



    EE (including orange and tmobile) have raised monthly bills twice in last 2 years and now changed contract T's and C's to remove opt out, it was still possible but you had to pay fees last time I checked.

    o2 and voda seem to raise tariffs mid contract but only every 2 years rather than EE doing every year.



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