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Re: O2 Recyle - Advice on chip on phone

Look forward to hearing from you....and yes you have been very busy today as you say..Happy Dance

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Re: O2 Recyle - Advice on chip on phone


@Alexhaden wrote:

 

Probably wont notice much difference :-/


Only a few hundred quid Smiley Wink

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Re: O2 Recyle - Advice on chip on phone

Lol yes - but its Apple - totally worth it......(thats what the media keeps telling me though!)

 

One last question - how does the billing work when upgrading to Refresh?

 

Just had a bill produced a few days ago, due to be taken by DD on the 16th of this month.  Im guessing that another one for the new device airtime will also be due this month? 

 

Or will it fall into next month, but just be a bit bigger bill?

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As you did it as an upgrade it will just continue on as you are with the increase next month on your bill.
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Thank you (again!) so will that cover both parts of refresh, or will there be 2 DD's? (I was on an old standard monthly single payment type before)
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and.... Im guessing the new charges wont kick in until i actually collect the phone from store?  Or would it start from today?

 

....um, thats all of the difficult questions i can think of for now.......

 

 

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Lol yes - but its Apple - totally worth it......(thats what the media keeps telling me though!)

 


 


Just sad we didn't manage to convert you to the android army @Alexhaden..Smiley Wink

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@Alexhaden wrote:
Thank you (again!) so will that cover both parts of refresh, or will there be 2 DD's? (I was on an old standard monthly single payment type before)

Everything about Refresh here (2 payments device and airtime)

http://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Discussions-Feedback/A-Guide-To-O2-Refresh/m-p/877701/highlight/true#M6...

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Thanks again, really appreciate this - especially considering its past my "lie in bed while trying to sleep" time, and then play candycrush for hours on end until its time to go to work....

So, if my current billing date is 2 May - 2 June and will be taken on the 16th by DD, thats this months advance payment.....

So what i should see, is a new DD in about 2 weeks for the Device part of the refresh, and my exisiting bill should then show a £35 credit for this months advance payment, then a 21 and a 21 payment to cover the advance month and then the next month, making a total of around £42 for the two months, -£35 for this month thats just been billed for leaving £7 due for the airtime and £28 due for the device, all due in about 14 days from today.....

Um, my brain hurts, does that sound right?
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You've given me brain ache too Smiley Happy
But yes, that's how it should work.
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