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should i 'downgrade' to the 14.99 payg?

bluewhale
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Registered: 30-07-2007

should i 'downgrade' to the 14.99 payg?

should i 'downgrade' to the 14.99 payg?

as it seems the only diffs are the 2 gb limit and cost

also is there any cost to changing service?

and would i be able to go back later?

and are there any hidden tie in costs in moving either way?
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Mand
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Registered: 05-04-2007

should i 'downgrade' to the 14.99 payg?

Hi there,

You would definitely save money on PAYG, and would not lose much in the way of features (hosting based stuff).

There is a admin fee of £14.99 to change product, although you could include a higher amount of usage for the first month to eradicate this. Elvin's post re changing to PAYG may help with that.

You could change back to Premier at any time without cost if necessary.
bluewhale
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should i 'downgrade' to the 14.99 payg?

why on earth have you got this obscure way of 'avoiding' the fee.

ho hum....

also if i do change and then maybe change back am i going to have some hidden charges that i'll need to pay if i then subsequently leave plusnet

you know the fact that i'm having to ask these questions is an indication of a too complex and missleading system...
James
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Registered: 04-04-2007

should i 'downgrade' to the 14.99 payg?

Hi Bluewhale,

We have a policy in place that means that if you downgrade your account to a cheaper product, a downgrade fee of £14.99 is required. By changing to the PAYG product in the fashion that John has suggested means that the cost will not be lower hence no downgrade charge.

Changing the product that you're on won't result in any contractual changes.
The_10th
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Registered: 08-04-2007

should i 'downgrade' to the 14.99 payg?

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why on earth have you got this obscure way of 'avoiding' the fee.


I know this is a round about way of not paying a fee for nothing, but at least you get the fastest speed for your pre-paid GB's of data rather than pay a fee for nothing in return.