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Questions

I have a few questions about BT mobile. Am switching from Three for the superior 4G coverage.

 

1. What priority does BT Mobile have on the EE network?

 

2. Is there any speed cap?

 

3. Is there a way to cap spending?

 

4. If you run out of data will it start charging you or can you set it to stop?

 

I'm looking forward to getting my SIM hopefully on tuesday.

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Re: Questions

1. I've not seen anything published on this.

2. Yes, 30Mb down and 15Mb up.

3. Yes, easy to control online.

4. It will unless you cap your spend, which is done pretty easily.

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Re: Questions

Sorry to butt in on this thread, but more questions.

 

1. Do you have to cancel your present supplier (on monthly contract now, phone unlocked) before applying for BT SIM card.

 

2. When do you get the PAC code from present supplier.

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Re: Questions


@Patty-L wrote:

Sorry to butt in on this thread, but more questions.

 

1. Do you have to cancel your present supplier (on monthly contract now, phone unlocked) before applying for BT SIM card.

 

2. When do you get the PAC code from present supplier.


You can apply for a BT SIM, and ask your current supplier for a PAC code at the same time. The BT SIM has its own phone  number. You then ask BT to port your old number to your BT SIM card, they will need the PAC code.

 

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So I can cancel with present supplier and get PAC code, and apply for BT SIM card the same day?

and then use the PAC code when I register the BT SIM card?

 

 

 

 

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Re: Questions

Yes, that's right.
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Re: Questions

Thanks both,
I will leave it until next week as I am going away to a wedding and don't want to be without my phone, in case of a delay in activating!
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Re: Questions

Once you give the PAC code to BT and the number is ported it automatically cancels your old contract and normally you will get a final bill after a couple of weeks
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Be aware that BT start your contract the day after they post the Sim whether you set it up or not. If you have to give notice to your current provider (often 30 days) to cancel your contract then if you order the BT sim at the same time you could end up paying for two services. The PAC lasts for 30 days usually so it may be best to order the BT sim only a week or even less before the end of your current contract. You can give the PAC when you sign up for the BT sim.
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Re: Questions

Thank you cooperman.

 

A very thorough and helpful answer to what I needed to ask next. Smiley Happy