Upgrades return to normal service on O2 and T-Mobile UK

For those of you who have been waiting for a decent upgrade I recommend you get on the phone and threaten to leave 😉 and see what you get offered!

The guys over at Mobile Today have more information on this matter.

O2 and T-Mobile returned to the upgrade market this month after a three-month period where both operators had reduced subsidies on certain handsets and were offering discounts to customers who didn’t upgrade.
O2 vigorously denied in October 2008 that its move to offer a £15-per-month discount to customers who delayed their upgrades was a result of pressure to maintain cash until the end of the financial year.

The normal level of upgrades may have been restored, however the current lack of exciting phones may mean you hold off for a while

Did somebody say the N97??

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