by GB89
Visitor

Hi, what are my options on monthly if I use my data and need more

 
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by Profile closed
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Re: Hi, what are my options on monthly if I use my data and need more

You can move up to a higher plan that includes more data.  The next highest plan is usually around an extra £5 a month.  Doing that won’t change your contract end date either.

 

Just remember though that whilst you can move up, you cannot move down plans until you reach the end of your contract.

by Profile closed
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Re: Hi, what are my options on monthly if I use my data and need more

Just to add to the above.

 

If you do run out of data during your billing cycle, you can always purchase more data by purchasing a data add-on, but that will only last at max until your next billing date.

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Hi, what are my options on monthly if I use my data and need more

If you run out of data during your billing cycle browse to http://add-on.ee.co.uk/purchase whilst not connected to WiFi & it will offer you data add-ons to buy.

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Re: Hi, what are my options on monthly if I use my data and need more

Hello @GB89

 

Welcome to the community.

 

I see you  have had great advice from @XRaySpeX and @Profile closed to answer your query.

 

If you do run out of data you will be notified and offered a data add-on when you try and use data.

 

If you do have any other questions, let us know 🙂

 

Thanks. Leanne.

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