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Old 29-08-2019, 13:15   #166
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I got my letter today going up £4 a month so that puts my current XL TV, weekend calls and 350meg BB to £88 a month.

Time to give them a call or leave might even have to start looking at sky tv with BB

My similar pack was £73 going up £4- agreed to £2 increase with increase in BB to 350 from 200. XL now Maxit.
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Old 30-08-2019, 15:22   #167
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I was on the vip bundle, now on the ultimate ooomph for £89 for another 12 months. Was paying £75 for VIP and £20 for a unlimited sim so well happy with the outcome. Didnít have to pay £35 and no price increase.
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Old 31-08-2019, 14:32   #168
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I got my letter today going up £4 a month so that puts my current XL TV, weekend calls and 350meg BB to £88 a month.

Time to give them a call or leave might even have to start looking at sky tv with BB
Hope you have given them a call gavin78.I am on the same package as you and I pay £56,but I pay the line rental yearly.I also have a £4 increase.My discount ends 29th September,so I may give them another call soon.
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Cut The TV bit completely from the next bill. With Son's Amazon, a Now TV bargain of around £28 for six months and new Arial for the Smart TV most of what we watch is available.
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NowTV prices are going up. I just got an email informing me that from 9 October the Entertainment Pass will be going up by £1 to £8.99 a month. NowTV is also increasing the price of the Sky Sports Day Pass by a further pound - the second increase since February this year. Last year the Sky Sports Day Pass the cost £7.99. Now it’s £9.99.
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NowTV prices are going up. I just got an email informing me that from 9 October the Entertainment Pass will be going up by £1 to £8.99 a month. NowTV is also increasing the price of the Sky Sports Day Pass by a further pound - the second increase since February this year. Last year the Sky Sports Day Pass the cost £7.99. Now itís £9.99.
Luckily no one pays full price for Now TV, or they shouldn't be doing seeing it is easy to get them somewhere heavily discounted.
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Luckily no one pays full price for Now TV, or they shouldn't be doing seeing it is easy to get them somewhere heavily discounted.
Yes, and it's good that they're unable to limit offers to 'new customers' only, as most of us dip in and out depending on what's showing, so we're all 'new customers' I don't think I've ever paid full price for NowTV Entertainment.
I wonder what ever happened to the promised HD version? The 720 is good but they'll never compete with Netflix, Amazon etc while not HD
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I was just on £51 for 300mb n phone, going up to £57 plus the £3:50. Would be £60:50.
I phoned retentions and after 30 minute wait I got put through to a nice Gent who helped me out. This is first time in over 25 years I got a Darn Good Deal...I now pay £43 a month for 6 months, then £47 for rest of it. Pot Luck I suppose.
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