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Can I pay for a phone upgrade using American Express?

Hi everyone, hope you can help me as I'm unable to find any information on the forums.

 

I'm a few months away from finishing my contract and my phone has broken, rather than paying for a repair, I'm now debating just paying off the contract in order to get an early upgrade.

 

I was wondering whether you can pay that one-time fee (remaining contact) with American Express?

 

While I'm here, I'm aware that you can no longer set up a direct debit using Amex (?) But you can pay manually, how do you set that up? Can you receive alerts via email / text so that you don't forget to make your payment?

 

Many thanks in advance.

 

Tom

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Re: Can I pay for a phone upgrade using American Express?

Hi @Rodenby17,

 

Welcome to the EE Community.

 

Yes, you can use Amex to pay your early upgrade fee.

 

You can also pay your bill each month using Amex over the phone or via My EE.

 

You'll receive a text each month when your bill is ready.

 

Find out more about making a payment to EE >

 

Hope this helps. Smiley Happy

 

James

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Re: Can I pay for a phone upgrade using American Express?

Hi @Rodenby17,

 

Welcome to the EE Community.

 

Yes, you can use Amex to pay your early upgrade fee.

 

You can also pay your bill each month using Amex over the phone or via My EE.

 

You'll receive a text each month when your bill is ready.

 

Find out more about making a payment to EE >

 

Hope this helps. Smiley Happy

 

James

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Re: Can I pay for a phone upgrade using American Express?

Hi @James_B

 

Perfect answer - thank you!

 

I hope you have a nice day.

 

Tom

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Re: Can I pay for a phone upgrade using American Express?

No problem @Rodenby17

 

You too! Smiley Happy

 

James

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