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6 hours ago, NicolaJayne said:

Currys do not sell contract phones  online under their own Name 

Currys mobile ( in store)  / CPW  sell contracts  and do not sell retail O2 contracts and  when they did they din;t sell refresh, just  traditional fixed term  contracts where the  device was bundled into the cost 

quite clear you don't know very much about the business as  if you were up to speed you'd know who owns Mobiles.co.uk and E2save and which netWorks  they sell 

Argos do not  sell 02  phones / contracts  either ... 

So now I need intimate knowledge of O2 and their 3rd party retailers? 

Talk about moving the goalposts. Feeling a little backed into a corner? 

So come on then, name the company YOU work for.

 

6 hours ago, RollingJ said:

Still waiting for a response to posts #17 and #20.

Also this still needs answering. 

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So whats the best  inexpensive pay as you go ,one that does not confiscate any remaining credit at the end of month ?

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28 minutes ago, cuttsie said:

So whats the best  inexpensive pay as you go ,one that does not confiscate any remaining credit at the end of month ?

generally PAYG  don't  'confiscate' credit  as long as you make chargable  outbound calls / texts or  data requests ...   PAYG is not very good as being a 'standby' phone or a phone used solely to recieve incoming calls ... 

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1 hour ago, cuttsie said:

So whats the best  inexpensive pay as you go ,one that does not confiscate any remaining credit at the end of month ?

if it's just a burner phone, no data, asda payg is 15p/min, free answerphone, make one call or text, and a £5 topup every 180 days to keep credit, used to be 4p/min (and no regular topup required) until last year - went up massively when they switched to vodafone

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58 minutes ago, cuttsie said:

So whats the best  inexpensive pay as you go ,one that does not confiscate any remaining credit at the end of month ?

At the moment I would it's a toss up between Voxi or GiffGaff (Vodafone or O2, network coverage wise)

With these to you buy bundles at a set price. 

Technically they're 30day rolling contracts but for the price generally works out better than a standard PAYG.  The difference being if you don't want it anymore, you just don't pay when the bundle is set to renew and it ends immediately at that point.

At the moment, for £10/month they're offering Unlimited calls and texts and either 25Gb data (GiffGaff) or 30Gb (Voxi)

As you pay the full amount upfront there's no credit to confiscate however should you want to access premium services by phone then you do have to top up the account further. 

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