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Changing tarrif

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I really want to change my tarrif i currently get 500mb of internet each month. I am constantly adding extra data bolt ons each month. Its costing me a fortune.. so i need a lot off data in a new tarrif.. only prob is my contract dosnt end untill april 2015 :'(... wish i would have gone with 3 as they offer unlimited data
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Hi Nessa.

Speak to O2 Customer Services on 202 from your phone to see what's they can do.

The only thing you can't do is downgrade your tariff.

3's all you can eat style data packages are great as long as their network signal is stable where you live, commute and work !

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Anonymous
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Hi Nessa.

Speak to O2 Customer Services on 202 from your phone to see what's they can do.

The only thing you can't do is downgrade your tariff.

3's all you can eat style data packages are great as long as their network signal is stable where you live, commute and work !

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aldaweb
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If you are using a lot of data you can change your tariff upwards i.e. increasing your data allowance without affecting the end date of your contract.

 

You don't say how much extra data you are using but you may want to opt for one of the 4G tariffs which have a bonus amount of data for the life of the tariff. For instance 3GB Tariff with bonus will give you 5GB but you must sign up by 31st October to get the bonus.

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Unfortunately your choice of tariff is governed by your budget. You can increase your allowance at anytime but as you are now tied in for two years you need to look at the options available to you.

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