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Old 14-08-2020, 18:33   #31
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Re: Ultimate Oomph renewal

Mine just expired and jumped from 99 to 137, after a couple of text chats got it for 100 which I’m pretty pleased with.
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Old 22-08-2020, 01:08   #32
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anyone know if i can change the phone number on the Oomph package
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Old 27-08-2020, 11:57   #33
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Re: Ultimate Oomph renewal

Phoned up yesterday, Ultimate Oomph renewal for 105. No haggling involved.
Asked if this was best they could do, was told yes that is the best offer they have available today. The customer services agent I spoke to could not have been nicer.
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Old 28-08-2020, 12:51   #34
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Mine was going from 99 to 139. Agent offered it for 110 and when I said that was still a lot he agreed to drop it to 100 for 18 months.
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Old 28-08-2020, 15:01   #35
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Should of just cancelled and told them that new customers get it for 89 and that's what you want it for.
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Old 28-08-2020, 15:11   #36
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Re: Ultimate Oomph renewal

Agent did basically say that you could call on a different day and the offers could be different.Even said that there is a 14 day cooling off period and you could still call during this period and see if better offers are available. But to be honest I thought that a 34 per month discount was not unreasonable.
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Phoned up yesterday, Ultimate Oomph renewal for 105. No haggling involved.
Asked if this was best they could do, was told yes that is the best offer they have available today. The customer services agent I spoke to could not have been nicer.
Called up this afternoon and got it for 105 as well and like you didn't have to haggle. Is 6 more expensive than last year so happy enough with that
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Old 01-09-2020, 15:06   #38
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Re: Ultimate Oomph renewal

Seems 105 is the standard figure all round with the odd exception. I'm quite happy as i was paying 99 on a deal before. I still think it's good value as the SIM is 30 on it's own.

I did think about moving (as I do everytime) but the the figures don's add up. Sky, broadband and BT sport came to more even with new customer offers
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Re: Ultimate Oomph renewal

Why arent you guys canceling and signing up again, its only 79 per month via mates rates
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Re: Ultimate Oomph renewal

What happens to the VM mobile sim if you cancel ultimate oomph? Does it get cancelled or does it carry on and they just move you to a different mobile Tariff?
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Re: Ultimate Oomph renewal

My Ultimate Oomph is up 6/11 and will go to 139 so will need to get in touch for a deal. I see it's only 89pm with a free 100 prepaid Mastercard for new users at the moment. Last year it was 79 over Black Friday and wonder if they will do the same this time around.
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My Ultimate Oomph is up 6/11 and will go to 139 so will need to get in touch for a deal. I see it's only 89pm with a free 100 prepaid Mastercard for new users at the moment. Last year it was 79 over Black Friday and wonder if they will do the same this time around.
Do you sign up as a new customer every time?
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Do you sign up as a new customer every time?
Can you do that at the same address?
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Can you do that at the same address?
It's quite common if you are prepared to loose your landline number
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