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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Mobiles
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Mobiles
Does anyone know a way to get hold of EE retentions?

I would like to join ee and was about to take out a 30 day sim only contract and then call up retentions. It looks like they dont do 30 day contracts now though, so would getting a payg sim and then trying to port out work? Other ideas welcome!

Ideally would like them to match an id mobile contract 4gb for £8 etc....

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  • BrowntoaBrowntoa Forumite, Board Guide
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    They do SIM only 30 day contract's , I've just cancelled one and got put through to retentions
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  • GreenenergyGreenenergy Forumite
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    Do you have a link? Oh and did you get a good deal :) ?
  • eDickyeDicky Forumite
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    You're unlikely to be able to talk to retentions without already being a customer and being put through to them by a rep when asking for a PAC. (I'm curious how it works with the new system of PAC request by SMS - maybe they call you..?)

    You could try it with a PAYG SIM service, perhaps someone has experience...
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    Does anyone know a way to get hold of EE retentions?

    I would like to join ee and was about to take out a 30 day sim only contract and then call up retentions. It looks like they dont do 30 day contracts now though, so would getting a payg sim and then trying to port out work? Other ideas welcome!

    Ideally would like them to match an id mobile contract 4gb for £8 etc....

    How you couldn't find this I don't know:-

    https://shop.ee.co.uk/pay-monthly-phones-30days

    Good luck in getting an iD level deal off them though.
  • eDickyeDicky Forumite
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    Good luck in getting an iD level deal off them though.
    Well, they've been giving me one every year, no sweat...
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  • eDickyeDicky Forumite
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    How you couldn't find this I don't know:-

    https://shop.ee.co.uk/pay-monthly-phones-30days
    Wow, prices pretty steep compared to 12 month contract, £18 instead of £11 for the cheapest (which I'm on for £4 with 500MB, ID Mobile equ.).
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    eDicky wrote: »
    Wow, prices pretty steep compared to 12 month contract, £18 instead of £11 for the cheapest (which I'm on for £4 with 500MB, ID Mobile equ.).


    Yes very expensive for payg compared with other networks.
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    Must it specifically be EE or would a piggyback on EE network suffice? Like Plusnet, or Asda to name but two options
  • edited 15 July 2019 at 11:35AM
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    edited 15 July 2019 at 11:35AM
    eDicky wrote: »
    Well, they've been giving me one every year, no sweat...

    Except you're not a new customer and you're not on 4GB (which the OP mentioned) so not much use to them.
    DCFC79 wrote: »
    Yes very expensive for payg compared with other networks.

    That price quoted is for a 30 day rolling monthly contract.
    eDicky wrote: »
    Wow, prices pretty steep compared to 12 month contract, £18 instead of £11 for the cheapest (which I'm on for £4 with 500MB, ID Mobile equ.).

    Really? :)

    I'm on 2GB, UL minutes & UL texts for £4.50
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