EE retention deal. iPhone 6S 64gb. £0 upfront. £31pm. Unlimited calls/Texts. 10gb data. £744 total.
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EE retention deal. iPhone 6S 64gb. £0 upfront. £31pm. Unlimited calls/Texts. 10gb data. £744 total.

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LocalFound 18th May 2016
Fully appreciate this might not be for all, but just to alert anyone coming to the end of their EE contract who is after an iPhone 6S 64gb. I got this deal after listening to the extremely-expensive upgrade offers on 150 and requesting my PAC.

A few days later, called back by their "Refuse to lose" Team (Retentions) and I quoted the best price I could find via MSE which was about £32pm and £100 upfront from another provider, straight off the bat was offered £31pm with unl/unl/4gb data. Asked how much for more data - told same price!!

As far as I can see this - happy to be corrected - I cannot see a deal on the open market that beats this - even assuming the phone can be got for a little under RRP this still works out at around £6pm for the unl/unl/10gb taking away the phone cost.

Just sharing for anyone nearing the end of their EE contract - in theory there should be loads of HUKD'ers in this boat as I got my original contract via the super-cheap iPhone 5C deal 2 years ago on HUKD
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thanks for this
Ran out of space!

Wanted to add - could get and sell the phone and have unl/unl/10gb of super fast EE 4G for £6pm effective over the 2 year contract (plus can switch to SIM only or upgrade 45 days before the end so actually have to pay less than £744 in total is smart).
Good deal imo. Don't know why it's gone cold - have some heat.
BLR

thanks for this



No worries in theory there are hundreds of HUKD'ers with iPhone 5C contracts expiring in the coming weeks and I seriously cannot find anything that beats this IF you want an iPhone 6S 64gb and need a nice chunk of data eg for streaming.

Of course it's not an instant get but get your PAC, wait to be called, they certainly have some great deals tucked away.
Gazzafs

Good deal imo. Don't know why it's gone cold - have some heat.



Cheers!
Cold voters!!! Where are you finding this cheaper!!!
Sounds a good deal to me. I'd imagine if this was an "open to anyone" deal, it'd be very hot, however..you'll get the retention deal critics voting cold.
we have 2 contacts on a 10gb sharer plan and the fibre broadband contract finished with ee. could be interesting!!
EE are a shambles since they merged orange and t-Mobile together. I'm counting down the days till my contract expires.
Looks like a good deal to me especially that its 64gb, no point getting 16gb just to get a cheaper price and then struggle.
LOOKS GOOD TO ME HAVE SOME HEAT
Nujol

Ran out of space!Wanted to add - could get and sell the phone and have … Ran out of space!Wanted to add - could get and sell the phone and have unl/unl/10gb of super fast EE 4G for £6pm effective over the 2 year contract (plus can switch to SIM only or upgrade 45 days before the end so actually have to pay less than £744 in total is smart).



​i requested my pac code last week, an banked on a call of them 5days on still no luck!
This sounds like a good deal... My contract ended a month ago so may chance my luck before requesting PAC code... Cheers
steveblackman

EE are a shambles since they merged orange and t-Mobile together. I'm … EE are a shambles since they merged orange and t-Mobile together. I'm counting down the days till my contract expires.



They merged together 3 years before EE even came along
Got same but for £27.94 per month 2 weeks ago.
Its probably cold because its a retention deal ,but you can have some heat from me.
savinggrace

Got same but for £27.94 per month 2 weeks ago.



​Really?? Cracking deal you got there. £27.94 quite a random number though to agree on. Think if I got offered that, I'd be tempted to go to the dark side (iOS that is,not EE).
savinggrace

Got same but for £27.94 per month 2 weeks ago.



Cracking deal Id be interested but only on 6s+
Just to answer a common question, I got the callback from "refuse to lose" six days after requesting PAC.
savinggrace

Got same but for £27.94 per month 2 weeks ago.



Did you? 6S 64gb, unl/unl/10gb £0 upfront for £28pm...? WOW! That's £672 total only £52 more than the phone???!
Thanks for all the hot votes by the way! According to my activity thingy it says 42 voted hot - thank you. So must be more cold voters than that BUT no confirmed better deal shared....
steveblackman

EE are a shambles since they merged orange and t-Mobile together. I'm … EE are a shambles since they merged orange and t-Mobile together. I'm counting down the days till my contract expires.


me too, cant wait to escape, hate them
srp111

me too, cant wait to escape, hate them



Wow hate is a strong word. Guess you've had a bad experience? For me it's been a flawless two years.
Nujol

Did you? 6S 64gb, unl/unl/10gb £0 upfront for £28pm...? WOW! That's £672 t … Did you? 6S 64gb, unl/unl/10gb £0 upfront for £28pm...? WOW! That's £672 total only £52 more than the phone???!


16gb for sure
Just spoke to the team givni the PAC codes and told them about this deal. They refused it. But a great one. I think I will go for the £26 one with £140 upfront (2Gb)
timarli

Just spoke to the team givni the PAC codes and told them about this deal. … Just spoke to the team givni the PAC codes and told them about this deal. They refused it. But a great one. I think I will go for the £26 one with £140 upfront (2Gb)



No point talking to 150 my friend. Their offers are derisory junk! This is only available on the callback after 5-7 days from "Refuse to lose" (Retentions) team
The refuse to lose team contacted me yesterday and offered a 64gb iPhone 6s for £28.49 a month and £15 upfront for unlimited calls/texts 2GB data which I think is pretty good

I'm one of the many that used the HUKD deal on a 5c two years ago
teggl97

16gb for sure



Was Definately 64gb 6s. Outgoing team offer, could not get anything near from normal retentions team.
Thanks, requested pac today from my iPhone 5c deal 2 years ago. I asked for this deal from 150 explaining a friend recently got it, they said no way did they get that deal direct from Ee. I laughed and said yes they did, they sent my pac code.
Hopefully will receive a call in next few days.
If you don't get call which I didn't, I phoned retentions and asked if they could get someone from outgoing team to call me as I needed to get new contract sorted quickly as 5c phone was broken. Advised I would ideally like to stay with ee. Guy said I can't transfer you but I will put a note on someone's desk from outgoing team who are located in same office to give you a call. They phoned 20 mins later and I saved well over £350 compared with what retentions could offer.

If you don't get call which I didn't, I phoned retentions and asked if … If you don't get call which I didn't, I phoned retentions and asked if they could get someone from outgoing team to call me as I needed to get new contract sorted quickly as 5c phone was broken. Advised I would ideally like to stay with ee. Guy said I can't transfer you but I will put a note on someone's desk from outgoing team who are located in same office to give you a call. They phoned 20 mins later and I saved well over £350 compared with what retentions could offer.


What deal did you get?
64gb 6s, 10gb data, unlimited minutes & texts. £19.99 for phone, £27.94 per month, 2 year contract.
savinggrace

64gb 6s, 10gb data, unlimited minutes & texts. £19.99 for phone, £27.94 p … 64gb 6s, 10gb data, unlimited minutes & texts. £19.99 for phone, £27.94 per month, 2 year contract.



Good deal that
savinggrace

64gb 6s, 10gb data, unlimited minutes & texts. £19.99 for phone, £27.94 p … 64gb 6s, 10gb data, unlimited minutes & texts. £19.99 for phone, £27.94 per month, 2 year contract.



Wow even better than mine good job! deal still cold though

Was Definately 64gb 6s. Outgoing team offer, could not get anything near … Was Definately 64gb 6s. Outgoing team offer, could not get anything near from normal retentions team.


no
Same here, one of the HotUkDeals iPhone 5C crowd!

I was planning on going for the Galaxy S7, but the deals offered weren't that great:

1000 minutes, unlimited texts, 2GB - £39.99 up front, £30.99 per month
Unlimited minutes, unlimited texts, 5GB - £29.99 up front, £33.49 per month

Will try and see if I can get a similar deal as this on the iPhone. 16gb's been a real issue.
Have you any evidence of this, the same contact is £55.99 p/m
Piddles

Same here, one of the HotUkDeals iPhone 5C crowd!I was planning on going … Same here, one of the HotUkDeals iPhone 5C crowd!I was planning on going for the Galaxy S7, but the deals offered weren't that great:1000 minutes, unlimited texts, 2GB - £39.99 up front, £30.99 per monthUnlimited minutes, unlimited texts, 5GB - £29.99 up front, £33.49 per monthWill try and see if I can get a similar deal as this on the iPhone. 16gb's been a real issue.



Some decent s7 and s7 edge deals now starting to pop up but the Vodafone. If personally go with the sammy over the iPhone at the min
JarrodWRX

Have you any evidence of this, the same contact is £55.99 p/m



Hello, are you asking me the OP this question? If so the evidence is that I have in my hands a free iPhone 6s 64gb from EE on which I am now paying £31pm for un/un/10gb

The only way to get EE to give competitive deals is to obtain PAC via 150 and await the refuse to lose call in a little under a week. OR try to wing it and call 150 and ask for refuse to lose to call you back - once you have your PAC.

Not sure what evidence you want - a screenshot of MyEE or something?? Or perhaps you might just believe me given the supporting in fact slightly better results others have quoted?

Still shocked this is cold there must be 1000s of similar iPhone 5C-owning HUKD'ers with EE contracts about to expire.

Oh and FYI the best sim only they quoted to me was £11pm for 4gb - hence I thought free 6s 64gb and 10gb for £31pm was a good deal
I called up and got the 6S 64GB with 5GB data for £28.49 a month, £29.99 up front

Was going to jump ship to the S7 mainly due to a lack of storage on the 5C but this suits my needs perfectly! For £4.50 more a month!
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