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The Standard service at up to 8Mbps service is £7.50 a month whilst the Premium package offers connection speeds of up to 16Mbps at monthly cost of £10. The Ultimate package with speeds up to 20Mbps costs £15. Ultimate also offers 1.6Mbps upstream speeds compared to 1.3Mbps on the other products. These prices assume that you have an O2 mobile contract. Those without one can purchase the services at an additional £10 per month.

* Free connection until 31st January 2008
* Unlimited usage (but fair usage policy applies)
* Wireless router included
* Free 0800 customer support number form a UK based call centre
* Three McAfee security licenses
* Static IP address option (£5 per month)
* 12-month contract (with 100-day guarantee)
* Up to 10 email addresses
* 1GB of storage for the main account and 200MB for all the others
* 100 free texts on the web each month

A number of other exceptional charges can apply if you move house or have your account suspended and need re-connection. One particular one worth noting is the £50 early cancellation charge which applies if you wish to terminate the contract within the first 12 months (but after the 100 day guarantee period).

THE O2 BROADBAND OFFER IS ONLY OPEN TO CUSTOMERS ABLE TO CONNECT TO O2'S LLU NETWORK THIS MEANS YOU MUST HAVE BE LLU AVAILABLE ON YOUR TELEPHONE EXCHANGE

CHECK WWW.SAMKNOWS.COM > AVAILABILITY CHECKER TO SEE IF THIS IS AVAILABLE TO YOU.

MERELY HAVING ADSL BROADBAND WITH ANOTHER PROVIDER DOES NOT MEAN YOU CAN MIGRATE TO O2BB

IF YOU ARE WITH ANOTHER PROVIDER AND CAN GET O2BB YOU MUST ALSO HAVE FULFILLED ANY MINIMUM CONTRACTUAL PERIOD WITH THAT ORIGINATING PROVIDER IN ORDER TO MIGRATE TO O2BB PENALTY FREE.

IF YOU HAVE BE LLU AVAILABLE ON YOUR EXCHANGE, HAVE NO OBLIGATIONS LEFT TO YOUR CURRENT PROVIDER, YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET THE MAC KEY FROM YOUR CURRENT PROVIDER (they have 5 working days to provide it from request) AND GIVE IT TO O2 BROADBAND AND BE UP AND RUNNING ON O2BB WITHIN 3 WEEKS MAX.
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#1
If you've got an 02 contract and are in the netowrk area it's a bargain. Not doubt it's using the BE service which I have just switched to and its superb. Hopefully the influx of customers won't ruin it completely :/
#2
Yes, as mentioned in the post; for non-o2 mobile customers add £10 to each tariff.
#3
Sounds good, I will look into it - am currently on Orange Broadband
#4
They use Be network, which is pretty much fabby! Shame it's a 12 month contract though :o(
#5
Good prices but I'm always sceptical when I see "fair usage policy applies", which means it's not truly unlimited
#6
So this is for current contract holders as well?

It says "not in my area", Barstewards!!
#7
Totoriko
Good prices but I'm always sceptical when I see "fair usage policy applies", which means it's not truly unlimited

To be fair - if you are d/l via P2P 20Gig per day then you should be slapped with a disconnect. Normal people (even d/l a movie or game per week) should be nowhere near the "fair usage" limits. I am with Orange [who I must say are absolutely useless in terms of both customer service and their flawed LLU broadband rollout] and if I were not tied-up for another 5 months would switch to BE in a heartbeat.
#8
LFC Muppet
So this is for current contract holders as well?


Yes, and it is in no way tied with your 02 mobile contract (ie it does not extend it). If you cancel your mobile contract you will automatically be charged the additional £10 per month from the next month onwards.
#9
PHickman
To be fair - if you are d/l via P2P 20Gig per day then you should be slapped with a disconnect. Normal people (even d/l a movie or game per week) should be nowhere near the "fair usage" limits. I am with Orange [who I must say are absolutely useless in terms of both customer service and their flawed LLU broadband rollout] and if I were not tied-up for another 5 months would switch to BE in a heartbeat.


I agree that people who download 20Gb+ per day should be put in a different category or meant to pay more but ISPs shouldn't use the word unlimited when they have a fair usage policy in place.
I'm not a big downloader (I used to be back in the uni days) but on the odd occasion I have to download huge files from work.
If you go to a "Eat as much as you can" buffet restaurant, should you be told that you've eaten too much?
#10
Totoriko
Good prices but I'm always sceptical when I see "fair usage policy applies", which means it's not truly unlimited


That is true, but what isp doesn't have a FUP these days? I've heard with Be* (who o2 now own), that even though they have a FUP people have downloaded 500GB a month with no response. Hopefully o2 will be the same. But only time will tell.

It's also worth noting that all these o2 packages are "unlimited". So £7.50 a month for 8Mb (1.3Mb upload) is a great deal if you are a heavy user on a budget.
#11
Totoriko
..but on the odd occasion I have to download huge files from work.
If you go to a "Eat as much as you can" buffet restaurant, should you be told that you've eaten too much?
an observation not a criticism:
if you are downloading (even occasional) huge files for business use, should you not be using a business service rather than abusing a domestic service that will have the effect of reducing available bandwidth to other domestic users?
eat as much as you want for yourself, but don't be taking a doggy bag home for your employer that would reduce the amount of food left for other hungry customers.
just a thought.
#12
Gutted. :-( :x :x :x

https://www.o2broadband.o2.co.uk/images/icon_error.gif
We're really sorry but there aren't any O2 Broadband packages available in your area.
#13
An extra £5 a month for a fixed IP address is a bit steep... :?
#14
Flipd
an observation not a criticism:
if you are downloading (even occasional) huge files for business use, should you not be using a business service rather than abusing a domestic service that will have the effect of reducing available bandwidth to other domestic users?

A valid point, which I shall raise with the boss to get a business line paid for
#15
"8Mbps" whats that 1Megabyte per second?

Not worth it.
#16
Cymru
"8Mbps" whats that 1Megabyte per second?

Not worth it.


What do you have then mate? Fibre optic line?
#17
not availbable in my area :-(
#18
kuja
What do you have then mate? Fibre optic line?


:giggle:

how can I check what speed i should be able to receive, before i was to pick a package? i dont think i can get more than 8 meg anyway , currently on about 6MB with BT, my contract ends Jan 08 so before the free connection charge offer ends :D
#19
Koma Toes
An extra £5 a month for a fixed IP address is a bit steep... :?


If its anything like the Be service the dynamic IP may well never change anyway
#20
matt_james27
:giggle:

how can I check what speed i should be able to receive, before i was to pick a package? i dont think i can get more than 8 meg anyway , currently on about 6MB with BT, my contract ends Jan 08 so before the free connection charge offer ends :D


Try this link to find out what you can get in your area

http://www.samknows.com/broadband/checker2.php

Hope this helps
#21
Does anyone know if this includes CPW O2 customers?
#22
Koma Toes
An extra £5 a month for a fixed IP address is a bit steep... :?


One already comes with the package.
"A static IP address is available with all packages. You won’t need this for general Internet use, but it’s great if you want to run your own email, web or gaming servers."

additional static IP = £5 per month
#23
or get free dns that points to your ip address, do a google i'm sure there are a few free services available, i used to use dyndns which auto updates the dns to point to my ip.
#24
Ste7ieBoy
Does anyone know if this includes CPW O2 customers?

I would also like to know this. Been with 02 for ages and would hardly be fair if us CPW customers are excluded...

Edit: Screw it. Can't get it anyway! Looks like i'm destined to remain internetless forever... I'm only 268 metres from the bloody exchange, lol.
It's absurd that i'm limited to:
http://www.samknows.com/broadband/images/lg_green.gifBT Wholesale ADSL
http://www.samknows.com/broadband/images/lg_green.gifBT Wholesale ADSL Max
http://www.samknows.com/broadband/images/lg_green.gifBT Wholesale SDSL
http://www.samknows.com/broadband/images/lg_green.gifTalkTalk (CPW) LLU
http://www.samknows.com/broadband/images/lg_green.gifSky Broadband / Easynet LLU
banned#25
MBeeching
I would also like to know this. Been with 02 for ages and would hardly be fair if us CPW customers are excluded...

Edit: Screw it. Can't get it anyway! Looks like i'm destined to remain internetless forever... I'm only 268 metres from the bloody exchange, lol.


o2 is o2 is it not!!
#26
webkami
One already comes with the package.
"A static IP address is available with all packages. You won’t need this for general Internet use, but it’s great if you want to run your own email, web or gaming servers."

additional static IP = £5 per month


I think available means that you can get one with any of the packages if you want to, but you would have to pay an additional £5. You don't get a static ip as standard.

See here;
http://broadband.o2.co.uk/packages.jsp
#27
Hey m_j27, the premium and the ultimate packages are based on DSL2; so if you are getting 6Mbps on DSL Max, then you may be able to get around 12-13Mbps on DSL2.

Check here.
#28
Great deal if you can get the high speed package in your area and are an existing O2 customer.

I just got a free upgrade to Tiscali Max, but thumbs up all the same!

Steve
#29
Demon Cleaner
I think available means that you can get one with any of the packages if you want to, but you would have to pay an additional £5. You don't get a static ip as standard.

See here;
http://broadband.o2.co.uk/packages.jsp



yes you are right.....

Will you get a static IP address?
You will receive a dynamic IP address unless you choose to pay monthly in advance for the static IP option. If you have a static IP address, the IP address will be re-assigned to us or to another customer if your Services are disconnected or terminated for any reason.
#30
Both
"The phone number doesn't seem to be for a BT landline. Please check it and try again. You can't get O2 Broadband unless you have a BT landline."

and

"We're really sorry but there aren't any O2 Broadband packages available in your area."
#31
Damn! Unavailable in my area. This is a great deal for those that can get it though
#32
I've signed up, apparently I should get 16mb but even if I end up on the same speed as I'm currently on I will be saving £10 a month and I will have no limits (other than fair usage)
Thanks, Voted Hot
#33
So if you download more than 1 film/game etc a week you should be disconnected what are you talking about you sad man so if you look at porn sites you should be disconnected if you play online games you should be disconnected. If you download anything with the intension of putting it on a disc thats piracey. i stream mine to my wireless media boxes so no discs.

I download loads of stuff in a week but i have the right i pay for the 20meg from virgin not 2/4/8 or what ever it is but 20meg which is £37.50 a month not £15 so your saying i should be disconnected? i dont do it to sell i do it for myself so i have tv and films to watch as virgin tv is rubbish people like you are biggots the world is turning to all forms of online media that will be streamed to your tv.

People who think they will be getting anything like 20meg shold do there homework becase the only lines that are capable of giving such high speed are cable not BT a BT line is only capable of 16meg at best case if your 1 foot from the exchange so you are more likely to be under 10 some under 5meg thats why its cheap and the service will be more like the isp's we avoid.
#34
Where does it say that it isnt connected to your mobile contract?! Cant seem to find anything but that doesnt mean it isnt!!
#35
masterruckus
Where does it say that it isnt connected to your mobile contract?! Cant seem to find anything but that doesnt mean it isnt!!


It's vaguely mentioned here;
http://www.o2.co.uk/termsconditions/broadband

But I phoned up and confirmed that they are not tied. I also inquired about the fair usage policy, but the guy wouldn't give me a value. I said what about 100GB a month and he said "That's quite a lot, you probably won't need that much". Which is funny since that is my average monthly usage (upload included). He said that they don't actually monitor your exact usage but you get an automated email if you go over a certain amount. Seems pretty contradictory. With Be, I have heard they don't actually have the technology in place to monitor usage, but maybe this will change for them both once o2 gradually takes over.
#36
I held off getting Be as I heard that this is due out. Is it risky to go for a newly launched broadband, with very little feedback as of yet?
#37
Donleeone
I held off getting Be as I heard that this is due out. Is it risky to go for a newly launched broadband, with very little feedback as of yet?


Well I'm thinking the same thing. There might be a few teething problems but they are using the infrastructure built up by Be so these should be limited. I'm more worried about what they consider excessive usage. But with a 100 day money back guarantee, you can always pull out if things do go wrong. Let's just hope it doesn't go down hill on day 101.
#38
People who think they will be getting anything like 20meg shold do there homework becase the only lines that are capable of giving such high speed are cable not BT a BT line is only capable of 16meg at best case if your 1 foot from the exchange so you are more likely to be under 10 some under 5meg thats why its cheap and the service will be more like the isp's we avoid.


Incorrect im afraid and i am on Be and its been the best service Isp i have had, here are my current stats from my speedtouch be box router Bandwidth (Up/Down) [kbps/kbps]: 1,395 / 22,704 and yes i am on a BT line and no i dont live 1 meter from the exchange, i live 1 mile from the exchange.
#39
I live a mile from the xchange and only get 8 from BE. Reliability and CS are good but will switch to O2 deal as I was on a £4 pm discount for 'life' from their £24 package - now they have reduced this to £19pm but won't honour my discount for life' on this reduced tariff - not great as I signed up when they launched then waited 3x as long for exchange activation than they had promised.

Finally my dynamic IP never changes - very annoying for matched betting
#40
I don't see what is the big deal.

Direct from Be Unlimited, the company that is actually providing the broadband for o2 (and owned by them), you can get:

£24megs
Unlimited transfers
Free wifi router

for only £18/month, and no 12 month contract! Just give them 3 months notice.

Whats worse is o2 charging non-o2 customers £25 a month for a service they can get for £18!

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