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Blackberry Text and Web PAYG on O2

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
* Top up £15-£29 and get 500 texts and 500MB internet plus BlackBerry email
* Top up £30+ and get unlimited texts and 500MB internet plus BlackBerry email

Not too bad seeing as you get to keep the credit for calls etc.
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#1
With all due respect, this has been around for months....

And it isn't that good - o2 insist on charging more for the tarrif simply because its a blackberry phone. Currently on my o2 tarrif (pay go smartphone text and web) £15 I get

- Unlimited Texts (Capped to 12000)
- Unlimited Internet (Capped to 500mb)
- Keep the credit

So i'm getting the £30 blackberry deal you posted for 50% less, only £15 top up on an HTC Desire, which undoubtedly uses more data than a blackberry as blackberrys mostly use mobile web pages.

Likewise, if you were to compare these to the current o2 deals, on them you could get for £15 a month,

- Unlimited Texts
- 300 mins
- 500mb Internet

As I said o2 just charge more because its a blackberry.

And if you were to compare that to giff gaffs tarrifs these are shocking :P

Sorry, but I voted Cold.



Edited By: williamj1 on Aug 30, 2010 18:19: 24
#2
I went for the Blackberry simplicity for 12 months, £15 = 300mins, BIS, 500mb, unlimited texts & wifi.
#3
if you have a normal payg, you can always add the bbbolt on for £5
#4
The problem with BB plans is that it runs of RIM's servers so O2 (and other telcos) are passing through that cost to the consumer.

williamj1
With all due respect, this has been around for months....

And it isn't that good - o2 insist on charging more for the tarrif simply because its a blackberry phone. Currently on my o2 tarrif (pay go smartphone text and web) £15 I get

- Unlimited Texts (Capped to 12000)
- Unlimited Internet (Capped to 500mb)
- Keep the credit

So i'm getting the £30 blackberry deal you posted for 50% less, only £15 top up on an HTC Desire, which undoubtedly uses more data than a blackberry as blackberrys mostly use mobile web pages.

Likewise, if you were to compare these to the current o2 deals, on them you could get for £15 a month,

- Unlimited Texts
- 300 mins
- 500mb Internet

As I said o2 just charge more because its a blackberry.

And if you were to compare that to giff gaffs tarrifs these are shocking :P

Sorry, but I voted Cold.


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