o2 Simplicity - Upgrade Options

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RogueLeader
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Posto2 Simplicity - Upgrade Options
by RogueLeader » Thu Oct 08, 2009 4:31 pm

I'm on the 12 month sim only contract, loads of free minutes and texts and all that malarkey. I know I'm entitled to an upgrade after 9 months, which is coming up soon. Does anyone know what the upgrade options are? The website mentions something about getting a handset from a select range.

Fank oo!

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PostRe: o2 Simplicity - Upgrade Options
by Floex » Thu Oct 08, 2009 5:00 pm

Haha, I get it!











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PostRe: o2 Simplicity - Upgrade Options
by RogueLeader » Fri Oct 09, 2009 10:59 am

Cheers :roll:

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PostRe: o2 Simplicity - Upgrade Options
by chanticleer » Fri Oct 09, 2009 11:58 am

Contract renewal is a bit of a game nowadays. Networks will offer limited (usually naff) deals online and instore, pretty much expecting you to call up and haggle a deal. If you ring them up and ask for your PAC (Port Authorisation Code - the code that you'd give to another network to transfer your number), they'll put you through to a retentions team who'll look at your monthly spend, assign you a value to the network and will offer you various things.

Depending on how heavy a user you are, they can offer you all sorts of incentives to stay from heavily discounted premium phones to long-term discounts on a big, bulky tariff.

Best you can do is call them up and talk about their standard options, and take it from there once you've got a feel for them.

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PostRe: o2 Simplicity - Upgrade Options
by RogueLeader » Fri Oct 09, 2009 12:27 pm

chanticleer wrote:Contract renewal is a bit of a game nowadays. Networks will offer limited (usually naff) deals online and instore, pretty much expecting you to call up and haggle a deal. If you ring them up and ask for your PAC (Port Authorisation Code - the code that you'd give to another network to transfer your number), they'll put you through to a retentions team who'll look at your monthly spend, assign you a value to the network and will offer you various things.

Depending on how heavy a user you are, they can offer you all sorts of incentives to stay from heavily discounted premium phones to long-term discounts on a big, bulky tariff.

Best you can do is call them up and talk about their standard options, and take it from there once you've got a feel for them.


Thanks bub.

I did this by severing my real arms and replacing them with super-human cyborg arms.

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