*12 MONTH CONTRACT* 02 Simplicity - Year Cost = £306.36 With £50 High Street Voucher & £100 Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Quidco £100
High Street Voucher £50
Total Savings £150

http://www.o2.co.uk/explore/tariffs/paymonthly/simplicity
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£25.53 - Free SMS,1200 Mins, Unlimited o2 to o2 and landline calls
Year cost = £306.36
Minus Savings of 150 = £156.36 for the year
Works out to £13.03/Month

Great deal
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#1
I liked it better when you had it worked out at sub £3 a month :)
#2
My fault. got carried away.
[mod]#3
quidco is not guarenteed so you must put a pre quidco/other cashback price in title.
#4
There is a vodafone deal also for iphones.
iPhone SIM only, includes Wi-Fi with BT Openzones and up to 25MB data roaming
£25 per month
900 minutes
Unlimited texts
1GB Data Allowance


Quidco is £160 making it effectively £11.67 per month

Whats better then your reckon
#5
Why is quidco not guarenteed, i always get tracked and awarded when i used them before
#6
Hi,
I already checked out with O2 this morning, good post, no good for iphone users as gives no data allowance. I was told for 500 min ul text and 250mb data will be £20 so not such a good deal for me.
1 Like #7
thevman2k3
Why is quidco not guarenteed, i always get tracked and awarded when i used them before

It's not guaranteed, if you check on their site terms, and a range of things can stop it happening.
1. cookies etc not working on your pc,
2. item doesn't track
3. retailer doesn't pay - you can raise tickets to get Quidco to 'investigate', but still no guarantee of payment.

They can even refuse to pay if Quidco is 'used to make purchases on behalf of, or for the benefit of, any other person', which seems a little unfair, if you're buying something for a partner etc, and they probably have all kinds of other reasons why they do not have to pay out. They can also cancel their service, and could close/go bankrupt etc: I'm assuming this is unlikely, but there's no certainty in today's business world.

I've had a few £thousand worth of stuff not pay, mostly for hotels and travel, and their support leaves a lot to be desired. It's worth getting the deal you want first, and then getting the cashback is a bonus. I've had over 50% failure to pay at times, and my total paid to me is c. £700.

I know we'd love the cash, but I've found at my cost that Quidco isn't always reliable.

From a tech perspective: always clear cookies from the retailer, if there are any on your pc, before visiting from Quidco etc. It can be helpful to keep a separate web browser that you only use for Quidco, that is empty of all cookies, except for the Quidco one. You may already know this, but I add this for others who may be unsure about how it works.

Edited By: equalityforall on Mar 25, 2011 09:37
#8
Got two contracts through simplicity and cashback through TopCashback. First one tracked and i got £100 cashback. Second one (done a month later) tracked, but I was only awarded £25 cashbback. This was a pretty sly move, because at the time I did the transaction the cashback rate was £100, and only changed during the process of tracking.
#9
I am holding on a better cash-back from O2 before I switch wagons
#10
The O2 Retentions team will usually grant £150 against a tariff so existing customers should just call in and haggle their socks off.

This doesn't seem like that good a deal at first glance. The given data quota is far too expensive for what you get. A couple of years ago I got "unlimited" data as a free bolt on. This deal barely compares.
#11
a6unx
I am holding on a better cash-back from O2 before I switch wagons


+1.
#12
O2 going to start 6 month and 12 month contracts not simplicity deals but with a phone in a couple of months...existing customer only
#13
cash back big gamble..........scary risk..
#14
taurus_the_bull
O2 going to start 6 month and 12 month contracts not simplicity deals but with a phone in a couple of months...existing customer only

who is gonna bother with 6 months contracts? too short!

Edited By: mikeswrx02 on Mar 26, 2011 07:33

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