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Gomo vs 48 months

Hot Rod
Posts: 7
‎16-10-2019 09:54 AM
Why should I stay with 48 months and not switch to the new gomo ?

Both are 10 euro a month.
I see with gomo you get
4G (not with 48 months)
More data 80GB
Eirs mobile coverage vs threes mobile coverage and data speeds which is generally better.

Why should I stay?
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The Legend
Posts: 14,786
‎16-10-2019 11:37 AM

Yeah - it's a bit of a game changer by the looks of things.

Hopefully 48 will respond with something that matches or beats it?

The only possible drawbacks that I see are (a) they're saying that the €9.99 p.m. for everything is "only" for the first 100K customers but I'm not sure if they will reach that number and treat subsequent users differently and (b) there's a €9.99 setup charge when you (re)join GoMo.



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Average Joe
Posts: 2
‎25-10-2019 10:43 AM

hi 

 i think if your happy with 48 and they do something to increase their data allowances most customers would stay ,

also a start up like gomo will have a lot of teething problems for the first while plus the website is a bit basic if u have any problems ,  i know they have eir behind them but who knows how much experienced staff were moved over for the start up , plus the customer service team maybe a bunch of raw recruits with little experience and not enough tech backup , 48 will have to do something on data or maybe a reduced subscription to the likes of netflicks as a little sweetner to current customers and gain new ones , hope they do something it would be a shame to see them lose business 

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The Legend
Posts: 14,786
‎25-10-2019 12:58 PM
GoMo also do 4G which a lot of people here have asked about...


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Re: Gomo vs 48 months

Average Joe
Posts: 3
‎04-11-2019 07:19 PM

I am moving and wonder if anyone can help....

 

In the gomo "Move My Number" process they think I'm with Tesco.

 

They ask for the type of account you have with Tesco and the options are...

 

Postpay single line
Postpay multi line
Prepay registered
Prepay unregistered

Which should I choose?

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The Legend
Posts: 14,786
‎04-11-2019 09:03 PM

They really should recognise 48.

Choosing Tesco may or may not work.

If it doesn't you'll have to contact their support about it.

Prepay registered is the appropriate account type to choose though.

 

Hope this helps.



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Average Joe
Posts: 3
‎04-11-2019 09:11 PM

Great. Thanks for your help.  I'll let you know how I get on.

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Average Joe
Posts: 1
Tuesday
Devil is in details. I am from Russia. In 48 Russia is considered as Rest of Europe (€1.69 per min in roaming, in GoMo it is Asia (€3 per min). Roaming is more expensive in GoMo not only for me. So I stay. I might switch later.
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Average Joe
Posts: 3
Tuesday

I followed your advice and the porting took five minutes.

 

Thanks again.

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Average Joe
Posts: 1
Wednesday
Maybe have a read of this first: https://ie.trustpilot.com/review/gomo.ie
GoMo customer support is basically non existent.
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