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Registered: ‎29-07-2008

Re: changing tarrif

If you're on a Refresh tariff, you could pay off the phone cost and then cancel early.

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Re: changing tarrif

Yeah - I know - but I appreciate the help.
It does seem very cheeky of O2 to be all for folks upgrading & adding various bolt-ons, but there is no option for reducing the tarrif if it's not suitable.
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Re: changing tarrif

The moral of the story, for others, is to start low and work upwards.
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