I purchased a Utility Warehouse PAYG SIM card a couple years ago for my wife's ageing, out-of-contract, yet trusty old Nokia 3330. Anyway, this Chrimbo, Santa finally presented my wife with a new Tesco PAYG phone and I was given the task of asking Utility Warehouse for the PAC number so that she could transfer her old mobile number over to Tesco. I was gobsmacked when Utility Warehouse tried to charge me £20 for the PAC number. I politely declined the offer, although to be honest I was sorely tempted to tell Utility Warehouse to stick my PAC number up the company's rectum - assuming it has one. But I digress. Utility Warehouse received over £400 from me over the two years or so in which its SIM card was attached to my wife's phone. So basically I was wondering if anyone - other than Utility Warehouse - thinks £20 is a reasonable price to pay for a PAC number from a company I did not (nor ever had) a contract with. Do you reckon the £20 charge is fair, or do you think Utility Warehouse was simply trying to pull a fast one?