On Wed, 27 Aug 2008 12:06:45 +0100, "ChrisM"
>In message O-6dnaXflvqxiyjVnZ2dneKdnZydnZ2d@bt.com,
>Bob Templeman <email@example.com> Proclaimed from the tallest
>> To continue the debate, which network does Asda piggy back off?
>Before anyone flames me, I know I could probably find the answer on their
>website, but I don't have access to the Web at the moment, just this
>Anyone know what payment options Asda offer? With Virgin, I have a bundle
>that costs me £10/month that gives me 300 texts and 300 minutes. It's paid
>by direct debit and any extra charges are just taken as part of the DD. This
>is good for me as I don't need to remember to keep my account topped up...
>Does Asda offer anything like this, or is it a case of buying and applying
>top-ups at cashpoints/in shop/online perioidcally to keep it 'charged up'?
>Also, does the topped up money expire, or can you put (say) £50 on, and keep
>going until it's all used up?
IIRC no DD but you can register a credit or debt card with them and
topup when needed via their helpline. Also don't expect rival
supermarkets to accept the topup swipe card.
At the moment if you topup instore or use the helpline you get 10%
extra, not sure if this will be carried forward to the new price plan.
Standard 180 days without a chargeable call or topping up before
suspension/disconnection, if reconnecting after
suspension/disconnection then any credit that was on the account will
be reapplied however they cannot guarantee the phone number will be