#1
T Mobile has recently raised the prices for my texts I think or something.

I had 3p texts, but now theyre up to 6p (well still 3p, but the amount of text that is sent in 1 message is halved) and they havent told me, so I've wasted aload of credit.

Can I do anything about this? :/

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#2
6 pounds for a text?!?!

That's like 30 dollars!
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#3
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6 pounds for a text?!?!

That's like 30 dollars!


I'm fairly certain p meants pence, not pound.
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I'm fairly certain p meants pence, not pound.


This is not the time to start making up currencies.
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6 pounds for a text?!?!

That's like 30 dollars!



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Wait what?
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#6
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6 pounds for a text?!?!

That's like 30 dollars!


Even if it was 6 pounds that would be more like 10 dollars... amerifail

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#11
Lmao im loving this discussion!

T-mobile are all asswipes. Im trying to leave them but they keep saying i owe them cash an i cant until i pay it. i hate them so much!
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#12
No, there's nothing you can do, besides complain.

It'll be in the terms of service and be an implied term, through said terms of service, in the contract upon which they provide service (regardless of being pay-as-you-go or a standard network contract).

Sorry.
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#16
If they change their contract terms without giving notice, they're legally obliged to let you out of your contract, at least here in the States.

Also, e-mailing the president of T-Mobile pretty much gets you whatever you want.
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Quote by Survivalism
If they change their contract terms without giving notice, they're legally obliged to let you out of your contract, at least here in the States.

Also, e-mailing the president of T-Mobile pretty much gets you whatever you want.


Not in the UK, if there's a term in the contract (there is 99% of the time) to the effect that they can effect changes without notification. However, they usually put a notice on their website.
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Not in the UK, if there's a term in the contract (there is 99% of the time) to the effect that they can effect changes without notification. However, they usually put a notice on their website.


That's pretty lame. I'm convinced T-Mobile is a group of racketeers in the guise of a phone company.

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This. £15 a month and I get unlimited texts.



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