Are there only 336 days in the year? No, we didn’t think so either. Yet when you’re on a plan with a 28 day billing cycle, you’re basically paying for an extra month each year. It also makes it hard to compare plans with providers who actually bill by the full month.
Ever been lured into a great value sounding offer to switch to a new provider, then forgot all about it and a year later, realised you ended up paying way more than you planned? Or, have you been annoyed that the great offer on your current provider was only valid for new customers, effectively punishing you for your loyalty?
We pride ourselves on providing everyday low prices on our plans to both new and existing customers, so you know you’re always getting the best deal, even if you’ve been with us all along. If you have, thanks by the way!
Some mobile plan prices look amazingly cheap, until you realise you also have to get your electricity, gas and internet from the same outfit. (Yes, we know we also previously offered bundle discounts when we sold broadband. But now that we don’t, we also don’t penalise anyone for using us just for mobile.)
Some plans offer ‘freebies’ like a free monthly music subscription, but we all know that it’s not really free, it’s just built into the price of the plan already. And what if you don’t listen to music, or you already use a different service that you’re happy with? We don’t make you pay more for things you might not want.
Some mobile plans lock you in or force you to pay in full upfront for the year, but we understand that doesn’t suit everyone. All our plans are month to month, so if you’re not happy, you don’t have to wait an entire year to switch. But we’re pretty confident people will want to stick around after they enjoy that sweet, sweet unlimited mobile data.