Three offer mobile phone users up to £250 cashback in new iPhone and Samsung deal – Bournemouth Echo

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Mobile network provider, Three Mobile has created a new offer where customers can get up to £250 cashback if they switch to them before 7 July. 
The company is offering the cash incentive on certain handset and SIM only plans. 
The type of deal you take out with Three will influence how much cashback you receive. 
It goes by the type of device you get, as well as the data plan you’ll be on, with the maximum cashback being £250. 
With the following handsets, you’ll get £250 if you switch to a deal with unlimited data, £200 for 100GB, £100 for 30GB, or £75 for 12GB:
Samsung A22
Samsung S21 FE
Samsung S22 Ultra
For the following handsets, you’ll get £200 for unlimited data or 100GB, £100 for 30GB, or £75 for 12GB:
iPhone 13
iPhone 13 Pro Max
iPhone 13 Pro
iPhone 12
Samsung A13
Xiaomi 12 Pro
Those who take the offer and are switching to Three will receive their cashback through a pre-paid Mastercard.
However, do be wary of any contract prices after making the switch, for example, an Apple iPhone 13 on Three with unlimited data costs £50 upfront, and then £52 a month for 24 months.
Or an iPhone 13 with O2 and 250GB of data costs £50 upfront and £40 a month for 24 months.
Andy Foy, director of marketing at Three UK, said: “With a record rise in the energy price cap and many other soaring household bills, we want to give something back to customers so that they can save money in other areas of their lives.
“By ensuring that switching to Three provides amazing value and is as simple as sending a text, we hope to help people where we can during these challenging times.”
Visit the Three website for more information about its switch offer.
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