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    Three Retention Deal Should I Take?

    I'm looking for the cheapest deal possible from my present upgrade with Three.
    Three have offered me new Nokia 5320 with 500 minutes, unlimited texts, 1gb internet for £20 over 18 months, they have also thrown in a £180 comet voucher. Should I accept it or hold out for something cheaper.

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    if you consider the voucher it works out to 10 quid a month for 18 months, so seems pretty good

    Banned

    it does ,but its 3....says it all really ,but hey if you are happy with the coverage why not!

    But thing is....do you really want this deal?
    Do you really want the phone?
    and is it really worth it? Are you actually going to use what's offered to you?
    heres the spec and everything
    gsmarena.com/nok…php
    the phone doesnt seem good i must warn you

    and the review
    gsmarena.com/nok…php

    If yes to all questions and you dont really care about the phone then go for it...
    but consider it very carefully!

    RFC;8860823

    it does ,but its 3....says it all really ,but hey if you are happy with … it does ,but its 3....says it all really ,but hey if you are happy with the coverage why not!



    Three's network is one of the best now for coverage :thumbsup:

    I've never had a problem with them.

    Original Poster

    spot_a_deal;8860848

    But thing is....do you really want this deal?Do you really want the … But thing is....do you really want this deal?Do you really want the phone?If yes to all questions and you dont really care about the phone then go for it...but consider it very carefully!



    i'm not really bothered with the phone, probably give it my daughter.
    I'm actually more interested in getting the cheapest possible price for the mins etc.
    My wife got a deal from them a few years ago for £10 and they happily renew it each time with a new basic phone. I asked them for soemething similar and this is the best they've offered me saying it works out same as my wife's £10, with the voucher.

    mudddy;8860956

    i'm not really bothered with the phone, probably give it my daughter.I'm … i'm not really bothered with the phone, probably give it my daughter.I'm actually more interested in getting the cheapest possible price for the mins etc.My wife got a deal from them a few years ago for £10 and they happily renew it each time with a new basic phone. I asked them for soemething similar and this is the best they've offered me saying it works out same as my wife's £10, with the voucher.



    ah ok
    just a suggestion...my boyfriend was with 3 (had a rubbish deal) and he phoned up various companies (including t-mobile) and got the best deal that suited him....
    see what other companies want to offer you
    they will be desperate for your custom!
    play them off against each other

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    J_B;8860891

    Three's network is one of the best now for coverage :thumbsup:I've never … Three's network is one of the best now for coverage :thumbsup:I've never had a problem with them.


    fairy enough if you have never had a problem then you have never had to deal with the indian call centres that havent got a clue what you are saying and hang up on you..when they cant solve the prob,****** that for a game of soadies..:thumbsup:

    RFC;8861108

    fairy enough if you have never had a problem then you have never had to … fairy enough if you have never had a problem then you have never had to deal with the indian call centres that havent got a clue what you are saying and hang up on you..when they cant solve the prob,****** that for a game of soadies..:thumbsup:



    I've called the call centres a number of times... Had a series of lengthy calls with them to get my contract down to £8/month :thumbsup: Always been very helpful.

    shop around. contact vodafone, etc etc and see what they can offer, then go back to 3, and tell them (lie a little is get a slightly better deal)

    Original Poster

    Disco;8871359

    shop around. contact vodafone, etc etc and see what they can offer, … shop around. contact vodafone, etc etc and see what they can offer, then go back to 3, and tell them (lie a little is get a slightly better deal)



    Thanks for that advice, did a bit of phoning around today, unfortunately all networks were more expensive than 3, the bloke from Orange (after offering me the same deal as 3 for £32) said if price is what drives you then stick with 3. Hmmm
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