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Broadband + landline from O2 £15.50

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winni773y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago
My 12 months contract with BT and O2 expired some time ago. BT was charging me for a line around £13.5 and O2 initially was £6.5 and then(after 12 months) £9.5. So in total I was paying ~£23. So I have called O2 asking what would they offer me.
They offered me package broadband+land line for £15.5. I think pretty good deal considering that BT charges £13.5 just for a line.

There is only one catch - you have to have o2 mobile for longer that 2 years. So that deal is really for those people.

Internet is unlimited (the All Rounder) and up to 20 Mbit fast (it unfortunately depends on you line quality) and land line is just basic line without any free weekend calls etc.

The other thing is when you sign up over the phone and quote '£25 voucher' you will receive voucher.

There is full details:

If you've had an O2 mobile for more than two years, we'll give you 12 months half price home broadband on our The All Rounder or The Works packages to say thanks. PLUS you won't have to pay our £25 connection fee – just sign up for a 12-month contract. On top of this we'll give you a £25 voucher which you can spend at top high street stores including Sainsbury's, B&Q, Asda, M&S and Argos.

And if you've already got our home broadband, you can still get all these things. As long as you've had an O2 mobile for two years, and are eligible to re-sign your contract with us.

Choose the package which is right for you and call 0800 380 0402 and quote '£25 voucher'. This exclusive £25 voucher is only available by phone and ends 1st March 2012.
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aeykeay 1 Like #1
thanks for sharing....hot !
scorpweb 1 Like #2
Go via uswitch and 6months free aswell
freebiehunter#3
This has already been posted. You can also get the free xbox live gold and 2100 points and combine also with £25 voucher. Uswitch deal won't work with it as its a telephone order deal only
borgs 1 Like #4
Please note that, if you are on one of O2's older package and switch then your unlimited internet becomes limited to 100Gb per month which may not be enough if you do lots of HD streaming.
rodman#5
hate the picture
webbozen#6
borgs
Please note that, if you are on one of O2's older package and switch then your unlimited internet becomes limited to 100Gb per month which may not be enough if you do lots of HD streaming.


Not now, they have gone back to truly unlimited, but they do reduce your download speed at busy times called "throttling". I have the all rounder and the speeds have never altered from around 13-15 Mb at any time of day or night. It is all down to how much traffic in your area and how much downloading you do.
freebiehunter#7
borgs
Please note that, if you are on one of O2's older package and switch then your unlimited internet becomes limited to 100Gb per month which may not be enough if you do lots of HD streaming.


Where does it state that?
killerferret 1 Like #8
Im on one of the older packages and am quite happy paying £13 a month for truely unlimited, non traffic shaping itnernet access......which should be standard and i think over the coming years it will be as HD streaming becomes the norm.
winni77#9
rodman
hate the picture
I must admit picture wasn't the best but I was in a rush and after posting couldn't change it. But it\s been changed anyway, not issue any more ;)
money monster#10
Hot. I hate the fact you have to buy a landline just to get internet. I dont even have a house phone plugged into my telephone line.

For the price this seems good deal for 20mb broadband.
Slash#11
webbozen
borgs
Please note that, if you are on one of O2's older package and switch then your unlimited internet becomes limited to 100Gb per month which may not be enough if you do lots of HD streaming.


Not now, they have gone back to truly unlimited, but they do reduce your download speed at busy times called "throttling". I have the all rounder and the speeds have never altered from around 13-15 Mb at any time of day or night. It is all down to how much traffic in your area and how much downloading you do.


freebiehunter
borgs
Please note that, if you are on one of O2's older package and switch then your unlimited internet becomes limited to 100Gb per month which may not be enough if you do lots of HD streaming.


Where does it state that?


I was looking into renewing with O2 and I think I read the same thing which factored into my decision to just get BB with another company that give similar promotions.
freebiehunter#12
Slash
webbozen
borgs
Please note that, if you are on one of O2's older package and switch then your unlimited internet becomes limited to 100Gb per month which may not be enough if you do lots of HD streaming.

Not now, they have gone back to truly unlimited, but they do reduce your download speed at busy times called "throttling". I have the all rounder and the speeds have never altered from around 13-15 Mb at any time of day or night. It is all down to how much traffic in your area and how much downloading you do.

freebiehunter
borgs
Please note that, if you are on one of O2's older package and switch then your unlimited internet becomes limited to 100Gb per month which may not be enough if you do lots of HD streaming.

Where does it state that?

I was looking into renewing with O2 and I think I read the same thing which factored into my decision to just get BB with another company that give similar promotions.

There's not a 100gb limited, the allrounder and works packages are unlimited useage - the 100gb and 250gb limits were scrapped last november
cala#13
any idea if there is installation charges?
winni77#14
I don't think they are. But you will be probably better of phoning them yourself. They may/may not charge for new telephone line.

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