isayoldchap wrote: »
I had a look on Martin's post about the Post office phone deal and he says you can, also I phoned them now and they confirmed you can
However the 5.75 anytime per month is a cracking deal including UK mobiles and some international calls all for the same bundle
Have a look at the pricing area for more information
Also regarding the Post Office Cashback.......'phone packages bit'
Send mail and more with the Post Office. Buy car and other insurance, as well as broadband, currency and phone packages, and earn cashback rewards.arding the cashback here is what it says on Topcashback
However if you phone them you can get three months free for changing on the phone.I will see on Saturday if they accept the value line rental at 120.00 and give Mum 15 months or have to join that close to the end of the three free months(Hopefully they don't jump up the price by then)
Doc_N wrote: »
I'm trying to get a clear answer from them on the override point - it's pretty important.
markymids wrote: »
Got my email this morning. Does anyone know if you can ring up and ask to be switched to a different package if you are in a contract? I know you have 30 days to cancel the contract, but I don't really want to cancel I just want to switch from the Plus package to Simply Broadband.
maggiecon wrote: »
I read in the news article that I can change my provider is this correct?
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