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Changing Tariff Mid Contract on TMob.

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Does anyone know if I get a new contract on TMob on a 12 month relax tariff is it possible to change to a more expensive 18 month contract after about 5 months?

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afaik , u can move to a 18month tariff, but it will mean you will lose your upgrade, for example

if ur in ur 6th month on a 12month contract, and move to 18month, it means you will have to wait 24mnths before you can upgrade.

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Cheers Chetzy. Thats bad news!

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That's not right. You can dr, but you'll add 6 months on to the end of your contract.

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That's not right. You can dr, but you'll add 6 months on to the end of your contract.

In other words my original 12 month contract would run for 18 months? That I could live with!

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In other words my original 12 month contract would run for 18 months? That I could live with!

Spot on. :)

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Spot on. :)

Cheers Fleabag, that is just what I wanted to hear!

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No probs. Just give them a call and they will advise of you of the 6 month extensio, send you written confirmation - and you will be able to switch to Flext as of your next bill date. Just remember, you can't upgrade until the 17th month instead of the 11th.

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