by Robbo7988
Explorer

Upgrade

Hi, my contract expiring date is the 17th of September, I want to upgrade to the new iPhone which will release on the 21st september, if I upgrade will I be paying my current contract price, plus the upfront cost plus the new contract price all in the same month? 

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Upgrade

The fees for the old and new contracts will be split pro-rata for the month of the upgrade. So you won't be paying for 2 contracts at once. Plus you will pay the upfront fee for the new handset. 

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Re: Upgrade

You can also always choose to pay the upfront handset cost using any type of debit or credit card.  The handset cost doesn't have to be added to your next bill if you don't want to.

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EE Community Support Team

Re: Upgrade

Welcome to the community, @Robbo7988

 

I see you've been given some brilliant help here already.

 

Let us know if you have any further questions. 🙂

 

Chris

by Robbo7988
Explorer

Re: Upgrade

Thank you. Sorry way do you mea by spilt pro rota? 

by
EE Community Support Team

Re: Upgrade

It means proportionately, @Robbo7988.

 

You'll be charged partly for one and partly for the other, for the correct proportion of each.

 

Say for instance you change 10 days into the bill cycle, you'll be charged at the old price plan rate for that 10 days, then at the new plan rate for the remaining 20 days.

 

So you're still only paying for the 1 bill month.

 

Hope that makes sense.

 

Chris

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