Three - Price changes (most consumer contracts before 8th March)
- From: CJB <chrisjbrady@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 26 May 2012 11:33:02 -0700 (PDT)
From 16 July 2012, we're increasing the monthly charge to phone andMobile Broadband contracts that were set up before 8 March 2012.
If you joined Three on or after 8 March 2012, or you're on a 1-month
SIM Only, Business or Pay As You Go plan, this price increase won't
If this affects you, you'll get a text, email or letter between 21
and 1 June to let you know exactly how much your monthly bill will be
going up by. The increase will start from your next bill date on or
after 16 July 2012.
We've tried to make sure we tell you using your preferred method of
contact. If you have a Mobile Broadband contract, you may need to
check your dashboard for the text.
We've raised our prices by 3.6%, in line with the Retail Price Index
(RPI) rate published on 17 April 2012. The RPI measures the average
cost of goods and services across the country for consumers and
businesses and we've brought our charges in line with this.
This price increase will be applied to your total monthly package
price. The increase is not applied to any service Add-ons. For
example, Add all-you-can-eat data.
We've worked out your increase based on your package price in April.
The increase applied after 16 July may be different if you've
changed price plan or renewed your contract.
Our terms and conditions allow us to raise prices in line with
inflation so that we can cover our business costs. This means that
won't be able to leave your contract early as a result of this
While we know a price increase is never welcome, this is the first
time that we've ever raised the price of our Pay Monthly phone
contracts and we're confident that your plan still represents
excellent value for money.
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