on 26-05-2015 14:54
on 26-05-2015 14:57
You can buy a cheap smartphone for £20 to see you through if you wish.
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone7 (EE)
on 26-05-2015 15:22
A number of years ago I worked in a highstreet store for a mobile network, and our store made the papers for giving out a courtesy handset before wiping off the previous recipients adult content. Funnily enough company policy on the type of courtesy phones available changed a couple of days later.
Although I note that Apple will sometimes offer "loaner" iPhones in certain circumstances.
on 26-05-2015 21:52
Common practice across the networks - a few years ago on 3 my Galaxy S2 went in for repair and I was given a coal powered replacement that I also had to lodge a 25 quid deposit for the privilege of using.
on 26-05-2015 22:03
on 27-05-2015 09:04
I think it is wrong to think that companies can charge customers 5 times deposit of actual product price(used product) I would assume that varanty should cover the coasts of a courtesy phone with basic options like internet/camera that are essential today.
on 27-05-2015 09:24
on 27-05-2015 09:28