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08-10-2019, 18:26   #346
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So I left for Virginmedia again. 5 months everything unlimited for €5 per month. Yes really. At the end I'll switch to Eir again.
Is that offer only for existing customers though?
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08-10-2019, 19:33   #347
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Yeah but you can keep signing up and back and forth again and again. I'm on my third cycle of the Virgin deals.
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08-10-2019, 20:37   #348
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Rang Eir today, told them I was not happy with my current deal, out of contract after 18 months was €101 after offer ended, for sim only, house phone and broadband. Told the I wish to give 30 days notice to quit.
Passed me to retention team, got following deal all in €59.97 for 12 months but sim only shall increase to €19.99 after month 6. Said I should ring them at month 7 to see what deals are on.
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15-10-2019, 18:14   #349
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I'm on the onebigswitch deal where I got mobile and broadband. As they are bundled I pay €9.99 per month for phone and €34.99 per month for broadband. Am I correct when I say I can cancel the mobile now without penalty and continue the broadband for €34.99 per month for the remainder of the 12 months? I never received the t&C's as they got my email wrong so I can't check my own. I'm just not sure if by bundling them did I make my mobile plan a 12 month contract too?

Looking at switching to GoMo's introductory offer.
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15-10-2019, 21:24   #350
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So I left for Virginmedia again. 5 months everything unlimited for €5 per month. Yes really.
How do you get 5 months for €5 per month from Virgin media?

I see €15 or €25 per month on their website.
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15-10-2019, 21:30   #351
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How do you get 5 months for €5 per month from Virgin media?

I see €15 or €25 per month on their website.
They occasionally do this €5 offer
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15-10-2019, 22:56   #352
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Rang Eir today, told them I was not happy with my current deal, out of contract after 18 months was €101 after offer ended, for sim only, house phone and broadband. Told the I wish to give 30 days notice to quit.
Passed me to retention team, got following deal all in €59.97 for 12 months but sim only shall increase to €19.99 after month 6. Said I should ring them at month 7 to see what deals are on.
I rang them last week and got FttH for 49.99 and 2 mobiles SIM only for 9.99 for 12 months.

I was set to pay 65 for BB&phone and paying 30 each for mobiles.
Offered my BB for 55 until I told them airwire were offering it for 49.99
Asked her to speak to a supervisor.
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16-10-2019, 10:23   #353
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Eir webchat say they will cancel my 30 Day Sim only in 24 hours, not in 30 days like the notice I taught you have to give.

Is this right?

Have signed up for GoMo €9.99 deal.
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16-10-2019, 11:50   #354
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Eir webchat say they will cancel my 30 Day Sim only in 24 hours, not in 30 days like the notice I taught you have to give.

Is this right?

Have signed up for GoMo €9.99 deal.
Be careful they haven't canceled your number altogether, if they have then you won't be able to receive the verification code required for porting (that's if you're keeping your number).

The general advice from the gomo thread is that once you're a month into a SIM only rolling contract, you don't need to give notice because you're billed a month in advance. If you were closing the account and cancelling your number then you would need to give notice.
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Be careful they haven't canceled your number altogether, if they have then you won't be able to receive the verification code required for porting (that's if you're keeping your number).

The general advice from the gomo thread is that once you're a month into a SIM only rolling contract, you don't need to give notice because you're billed a month in advance. If you were closing the account and cancelling your number then you would need to give notice.
Thanks, didn't request the cancel.

It seems Eir bill will cancel once port is complete. I will cancel DD myself to make sure. Eir will send me a final SIM Only bill and I will pay that online as required.
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