by erri_emil
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My friend is paying the same amount as I am with 02 but gets 8gb more data??

I've been struggling to balance just 100mb of data over the space of a month, using maps for directions, exploring new areas and other things have always taking up the majority of it and it's unfair. I pay £16 around about per month (with extra vat of £3 on top), don't get to use my minutes and have been charged an extra £3 (£23 in total this month) for a 3 min call to a number I don't recognise. I've been offered a better deal for the same price from giff gaff and they've offered to buy my contract. Has anyone else ever had a BAD deal imported upon talking to customer services or have you just been told "you have to buy more data sorry"? 

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by Brilliant Contributor
Brilliant Contributor

Re: My friend is paying the same amount as I am with 02 but gets 8gb more data??

EE doesn't price match.

 

EE has better coverage and more benefits. That is why you would find them more expensive.


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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: My friend is paying the same amount as I am with 02 but gets 8gb more data??

@erri_emil  Having a tariff with only 100Mb of data why on earth are you using it for a satnav.  A tariff with only 1MB of data is only for very light usage and I mean light.    Why don’t you look at what sim only deals EE are doing as you can get a tariff with 18GB of data for £21. 

 

So you can understand how much data 18GB is there is 1024MB in 1GB and at present you only have 100MB

by Star Contributor
Star Contributor

Re: My friend is paying the same amount as I am with 02 but gets 8gb more data??

I'm on an EE 30GB Max plan with unlimited calls and SMS for under £20 per month just from calling customer services once my term had lapsed. Very good deals can be had with EE. 

 

That and EE is the premium network, which does justify a higher price as with other countries' networks: you're paying for quality. 

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