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£19.58 for a 12 month contract (800 Mins 1600 texts + one bolt on) on O2 SIM + £100 possible Quidco. Limited time only.

£19.58 @ O2
£100 cashback for a 12 month contract SIM Only. Limited time only. 19.58 = 800 Mins 1600 texts + one bolt on 29.38= 1600 Mins, 3200 texts + one bolt on The bolt on can be: -Unlimited o2 to… Read More
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banned7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
£100 cashback for a 12 month contract SIM Only. Limited time only.

19.58 = 800 Mins 1600 texts + one bolt on

29.38= 1600 Mins, 3200 texts + one bolt on

The bolt on can be:

-Unlimited o2 to o2 calls
-Unlimited texts
-Unlimited web bolt on
-Unlimited weekend calls
-Unlimited Landline Calls
-200 extra anytime minutes
-Unlimited Wi-fi
-Blackberry Bolt On

This is cashback via Quidco http://www.quidco.com/mobile/o2/
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If you click this link, it goes to O2, and would invalidate your cashback, as it would leave an O2 cookie on your pc. Go via Qudco directly to avoid this.
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If you've yet to sign up to Quidco, then you may be interested in going through TopCashBack.co.uk instead, who are also offering £100 cashback. The reason being Quidco have a £5 a year admin fee in place, whereas TCB is completely free.
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1 Like #1
Where's the info on the cashback from O2 on their site?

Is this via a cashback site, such as quidco, or is it direct from O2, how's it paid etc, any claims involved?

don't see the info on the O2 site.
#2
Can you give more info. Who pays the cashback? (If it's Quidco, I'm still waiting for a cashback from o2, 5 months on, just bare this in mind when you sign up)
#3
just seen it on Quidco - '£100 for a 12 month contract SIM Only'

Remember, quidco payments are not guaranteed, and use a clean browser, that's not visited O2 before, without any O2 cookies stored etc.

http://www.quidco.com/mobile/o2/

If not a current Quidco customer, you pay them the first £5 per year of your cashback, meaning this would pay you £95 net of that cost.
#4
Ok, found it
#5
I ordered one on 22nd of august, didnt track, filed a missing earnings enquiry, and it's still on 'pending' :?
#6
Tom Pickering
Ok, found it


Make sure you're on 12 months,
banned#7
sorry guys, newbie here so needed some help, thanks
#8
Was just about to post! Got this last time round. HOT!
#9
Same deal as the one posted a few weeks before.

Hot ofcourse - for new customers anyway. People upgrading can get a better deal.
#10
Please add [url]www.topcashback.co.uk[/url] to the original post as they don't charge a £5 admin fee like Quidco
#11
what's the difference between the web bolt-on and the wifi bolt-on? Surely if your phone is wifi, then net should be free to use anyway?
#12
garbage456
£5 a year not per transaction :)

That's correct. For new signups its worth going with Topcashback instead. If you use Quidco anyway its not an issue. I'm slowly phasing out my cashback with Quidco
1 Like #13
Discogod
what's the difference between the web bolt-on and the wifi bolt-on? Surely if your phone is wifi, then net should be free to use anyway?


i think they have 02 have negotiated deals for places where you would normally pay for wifi
1 Like #14
Discogod
what's the difference between the web bolt-on and the wifi bolt-on? Surely if your phone is wifi, then net should be free to use anyway?


the wifi bolt on gives you free internet from The Cloud and BTopenzone (WiFi Hotspots)
#15
Nice one matey. Heated up.
#16
so pleased it is back. topcash tracked quickly.Now dd wants a contract so nice little gift . thanks
#17
[COLOR="Red"]Make sure you click the 12 month sim for cashback[/COLOR] (option you are directed to is for 1 month contract.)
#18
meinnit
Got this last time round. HOT!


Me too! Hot! Great deal, mine validated within 48 hrs, and gonna get my £100 pay out end of this month too!

Yay!! I went for the unlimited web bolt on.

xx
#19
It may be worth noting that for SIM only Simplicity contracts when texting from abroad each text uses 4 of your inclusive texts - which means free texts from abroad too. I just rang to check. This also applies to new phone contracts of £35+ per month.

Also - I got a great deal when ringing to cancel my O2 contract so there is also the hope that at the end of 12 months you get a good deal too.

Finally you can get £5 a month off O2 broadband (which is the best braodband I have had - which isn't saying much as I was with Pipex before) as an O2 customer. I pay £7.50 a month with seemingly unlimited downloads.
#20
Me too from last time and mine is still pending
#21
Vodafone contract posted earlier was better.
#22
Voted hot, but a "per month" between the £19.58 & the for a 12 month contract would have saved me getting mega excited about a decent but not fantastic deal which comes up fairly regularly.
#23
Also worth noting that video calls on O2 contracts come out of your monthly minutes, which is another bonus as some other networks charge about 50p per minute. on top of your contract, for these.
#24
Smithers37;6790173
Vodafone contract posted earlier was better.


That's a matter of opinion and personal needs. With O2 you get

a) the choice of a bolt-on
b) texts from abroad included
c) good customer service (at least I have to date) from UK call centres

With Vodaphone you get slightly more minutes, unlimited texts (though if you get through more than 1600 texts a month questions should be asked) but what seems in question is the download amount you get through Vodaphone V O2. I am led to believe O2 is significantly better.
#25
From Quidco website:

"All pay monthly contracts (phone, broadband, SIM Only (12 month/1 month) will be validated 2 months after activation date. "

So you can wait 2 months, its all gravy!
1 Like #26
Discogod
what's the difference between the web bolt-on and the wifi bolt-on? Surely if your phone is wifi, then net should be free to use anyway?


There are many thousands of 'hotspots' in the UK with WiFi supplied via OpenZone & The Cloud. Normally you need to pay/subscribe to use these wireless networks, but with the WiFi bolt-on it's free. The first time you connect to one of these hotspots it asks for your mobile number for verification.

The unlimited web bolt on allows you to use mobile internet wherever you are, even if there's no Cloud/OpenZone hotspots anywhere near you.

Personally, im around 3G signals far more than the WiFi ones, so I would choose the web bolt on. If you happen to live somewhere that you can actually access these hotspots, or frequently go to places with them, then the WiFi bolton may be a better choice.

As for the deal... 'tis good :)
#27
I went for the vodfone deal as I always have problems verifying credit check with o2 and I need to call them up - which then invalidates the cashback offer - because if at anytime the transactions involves a phone call the cashback will not be paid.
#28
Ordered via TopCashBack. Not tracking yet, but only been half an hour. Anyone else's tracked yet?
#29
£26 for a iphone contract then if ya buy the phone on its on, not bad if ya have unlimited wifi and add a web bolt on
#30
O2 have rubbish 3g coverage, i would'nt take this deal for £5:whistling:
#31
rhodyate;6790888
O2 have rubbish 3g coverage, i would'nt take this deal for £5:whistling:


Not everyone needs web. This offer gives you the options of which bolt-on you like.

Out of interest what are the percentage coverages for 3G for the major networks then? "Rubbish" is a bit arbitrary. And it's "wouldn't" not "would'nt".
#32
This shows 3G coverage for the main networks:

http://i38.tinypic.com/1zcz40g.gif
#33
Thanks for that woohoomoo. I'm still on freebie Wifi myself but useful to know if I decide to go for 3G access. Looks like O2 have some catching up to do on this front!

Presumably though you can still get internet elsewhere - just a lot slower?
#34
struggling to put the order through online site keeps goin down
#35
got this deal the last time,then my wife decided she wanted to to stick to her pays as u go,still payed my £100 quidco co
#36
forgot to add phoned o2 and cancelled the sim
#37
meinnit
Please add [url]www.topcashback.co.uk[/url] to the original post as they don't charge a £5 admin fee like Quidco


Please add this to the OP!
#38
Discogod
what's the difference between the web bolt-on and the wifi bolt-on? Surely if your phone is wifi, then net should be free to use anyway?


Wifi applies to being able to connect to BT Cloud spots across the country. A pretty useless add on IMHO as most of these tend to be in town centers, where I seldom spend my days
#39
jnm21
Voted hot, but a "per month" between the £19.58 & the for a 12 month contract would have saved me getting mega excited about a decent but not fantastic deal which comes up fairly regularly.

Same here.

So it is £19.58 per month, not £19.58 for 12 months?

Voting cold on that misleading basis, I was going to proceed with ordering this until I read your post!
#40
swordvish
Ordered via TopCashBack. Not tracking yet, but only been half an hour. Anyone else's tracked yet?


TCB seems to be rubbish for tracking.

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