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There's no such thing as a free lunch, but why pay more for something than you have to? I discovered Telecomplus when a friend told me how much he was paying for the phone calls he was making and I was genuinely shocked! When I sat down and compared the cost of a call with T+ against what BT ... Read review

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Community Level 1Montison

Montison

A great way to save money 24/7.

AdvantagesAn effective and easy way to save money.

DisadvantagesWhy didn't I discover this company sooner?

"There's no such thing as a free lunch, but why pay more for something than you have to? I discovered Telecomplus when a friend told me how much he was paying for the phone calls he was making and I was genuinely shocked! When I sat down and compared the cost of a call with T+ against what BT were charging me, I realised that instead of paying £120 a quarter, it would be around £80. So what's the catch? Well, after searching the internet and checking ..." Read review
23.06.2005

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Community Level 7babajane32

babajane32

more than just a good mobile.

Advantagesmore than just good mobile

Disadvantagesminor details

"...one day we came across telecom plus..and thought we would give it a try...having been a little fed up with running out of credits at the wrong moments on our pay as you go,not to mention expensive call rates. There are just so many aspects to telecom plus it is hard to say where to start,but being as our main interest in having it was our mobile situation we will stick with that to start. Firstly their coverage is excellent...using "roaming" ..." Read review
04.08.2002

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Community Level 2JRW

JRW

Great Value

AdvantagesExcellent value

DisadvantagesTelecom plus retain title with subsidized mobile phones

"...that with the subsidised version Telecom plus are still owners of your phone unlike with the non-subsidized version which immediately benefits from £5.99 per month line rental. You can alos benefit from this tariff if you have a Orange, Virgin, One-2-One or dual-band phone and get a £25 SIM pack (which includes first £25 of calls free). For a Nokia 5146 you have to pay £25 one-off fee (which includes first £25 of calls free) and Telecom plus still ..." Read review
19.08.2000

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Community Level 1micnessy

micnessy

Quality Service, Quality Provision, Quality Prices

AdvantagesCheaper gas and electricity etc. on ONE bill, with ONE payment going out each month

DisadvantagesUnfortunately they don't cover water bills!

"...Club (the trading name of Telecom Plus). Because I was annoyed with the so called "Cheaper Bills" I'd had, I went online to the website that was advertised on the flyer. The content of the site was straight forward and informative, AND there was the option to register online for the services. However, before doing that, I phoned the number on the flyer and spoke to the local agent, and we arranged a time for him to call round and talk further. The ..." Read review
12.07.2005

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Community Level 2SuperSpy

SuperSpy

Deservedly Number One

AdvantagesSave on more than just youe phone bill

Disadvantagesnot much comfort for heavy texters

"I have been a Telecom Plus customer for three years now, and use many of their utility services. I can also comment on their customer service. SMART BOX (Piggy Shaped - Like a piggy bank for saving money) Free of charge, delivered by post, rental charge £1.76 per month (waived if you have one of their mobiles too). This device simply plugs into the phone socket and saves me approx. 21% (measured over a 12 month period) on my Telewest Cable ..." Read review
25.05.2003

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