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sue_marie wrote: »
I just rang Plusnet and said I was thinking of moving to Virgin to save money. I am out of contract and have been with them for four years. They not only didn't make any effort to keep me with a special deal, but said if I cancelled I'd have to pay a £30 BT charge for moving off the network. Where did I go wrong?
rosemaryjanebrown wrote: »
Just wanted to let you know that despite the fact that we are current PlusNet customers (and have been for 10 years) I was able to get the same deal as new customers by haggling. So we are getting a year's telephone rental and broadband for £185.88 -- plus a £50 cashback. On top of that, our current broadband was upgraded to unlimited immediately when we should've really waited until 10 February for the switch-over. Thanks Martin and team!
editor1 wrote: »
Like many, coming to the end of what was a great deal with Plusnet, have made enquiries about renewing contract, all was offered was BB at £2.50 PM if paid VLR upfront, with anytime calls this would take our existing bill to about £24PM, whilst new customers can get same deal with CashBack of £100 from Quidco and PN £50.00 Cashback, making a total cost inclusive of all offers to less than £9.00PM for a 12 month contract, compare with BT, which can get for £13.60 PM with all offers - quite a staggering difference if you are loyal, so unless PlusNet can offer free BB and free anytime calls I'll be joining BT this Thursday.
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