14-08-2019 07:21 PM
I'm confused. At an EE shop today an apparently competent salesman told me that the current special offers on Sims (example 50GB/£24. 80GB/£27) were only available for mobiles and that - for my 4G router - I'd need to pay more. Fair enough, I signed up.
Later in the day I get a call, claiming to be from EE (phone number 01462 528010 - they are actually an EE Partner called Step Change ) from a very pushy salesman and his manager claiming that I can get 80GB for £27 for the 4G router and pushing hard for me to sign up on the spot, insisting they read out terms and conditions, etc.
Is the caller right snd the shop salesman wrong? And, if so, can I get that offer directly from EE?
14-08-2019 07:27 PM
15-08-2019 08:25 AM
I'd recommend returning to the point of purchase and showing them the deal online.
Hopefully they will be able to get you on a similar one.
15-08-2019 09:23 AM
Many thanks for the reply.
I'm pretty sure the deals at that link are for mobile phones only.
If you follow through the purchase process it insists on a PAC or STAC code from my current mobile supplier (not EE) which wouldn't make sense if the SIM was intended - as in my case - to be used in a 4G router.
15-08-2019 09:25 AM
I will try tha, talthough the salesman insisted that the deals in question were for SIMs for mobiles only, not for routers.
by Wano69 2 weeks ago