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o2 12 Month Sim £20 per month 800 mins1600 txts and bolton £240.00 & £100 Quidco :)

£240.00 @ O2
12 Month Sim Only Deal £100 Top CashBack 800 mins1600 txts and bolton (landline calls, web etc.) works out £11.67 per month Potentially first month free in February as this is mentioned on … Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
12 Month Sim Only Deal
£100 Top CashBack

800 mins1600 txts and bolton (landline calls, web etc.)

works out £11.67 per month

Potentially first month free in February as this is mentioned on the o2 home page.
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#1
I am already on a £30 monthly contract with O2 and it's coming to an end 26th of this month. Wonder if I can take advantage via the TopCashback website and still change the tariff?
#2
"... and bolton.."?

Pretty cheap for an entire town! ;-)
#3
pretty good for nowdays offer
#4
chouglez
I am already on a £30 montky contract with O2 and it's coming to an end 26th of this month. Wonder if I take advantage via the TopCashback website and still change the tariff?


I have done that before (with Quidco), once you get the new Sim, contact them to port your old number across to the new deal. You may need to give them 30 days notice of cancelation on the old one (even if it's coming to an end) just check your contract terms.
#5
cmike1000
"... and bolton.."?

Pretty cheap for an entire town! ;-)


pmsl
#6
pity one has to choose between unlimited landline calls OR unlimited web bolton. I need both :)
#7
shame its topcashback.... they are not very trust worthy from the reviews i've read.
#8
Great offer.... £100 is a lot to lose though if the cashback doesn't track.
#9
sach1636
pity one has to choose between unlimited landline calls OR unlimited web bolton. I need both :)


If you pay another £7 per month you can have both :)
#10
cmike1000
"... and bolton.."?

Pretty cheap for an entire town! ;-)


If you'd been there you'd understand...
#11
Shame Quidco hasn't matched this yet. The £100-£120 Quidco cashback on this last year was unbeatable.

My current 12month SIM only ends at the beginning of April - is there any reason I couldn't take out another contract (i.e. this one), give the Sim to my family to use til April and port my current number over when my current contract expires?
#12
ultrak3wl
If you'd been there you'd understand...


ha ha ...

Anyone knows if the Web bolt on allows push email on a Blackberry? Or does this require some other bolt on not listed on there?
#13
chouglez;7846818
I am already on a £30 monthly contract with O2 and it's coming to an end 26th of this month. Wonder if I can take advantage via the TopCashback website and still change the tariff?


First thing I'd recommend you do is research and arm yourself with the best competitor offers. Then phone O2 when your contract is up and just tell them you want this deal or you're thinking of switching to Vodafone etc. and quote the competitor's deal and Quidco/Top Cashback discount at them.

I'm on an O2 18 month £15 contract (1000 texts, 400 mins) for effectively £7.50 per month as I said I was going to go to Vodafone to take advantage of their £100 Quidco cashback at the time and O2 said they'd give me £135 credit to stay :thumbsup:

This was you also don't have to worry about waiting for cashback to come through etc.
#14
it ok, on three for 15 quid you get a rolling 1 month contract, 300 min xnetwork, unlimited text, unlimited internet and unlimited 3 to 3 calls.and skype and MSN
#15
TGB
Shame Quidco hasn't matched this yet. The £100-£120 Quidco cashback on this last year was unbeatable.

My current 12month SIM only ends at the beginning of April - is there any reason I couldn't take out another contract (i.e. this one), give the Sim to my family to use til April and port my current number over when my current contract expires?


I did this deal the last time through quidco, makes me wish I did it through topcashback. Quidco are a pain :x
#16
jitz-7
shame its topcashback.... they are not very trust worthy from the reviews i've read.


I disagree. i registered with them last week and got my 5% discount booking a BMI ticket.
besides, you don't have to pay any annual fees with them.

Good deal, i am on simplicity and thinking to swithch to this one.
#17
TGB
Shame Quidco hasn't matched this yet. The £100-£120 Quidco cashback on this last year was unbeatable.

My current 12month SIM only ends at the beginning of April - is there any reason I couldn't take out another contract (i.e. this one), give the Sim to my family to use til April and port my current number over when my current contract expires?



Still waiting for my £100 quidco from august :(
#18
^^^ check your quidco account mate.

Quidco have finally paid the missing £77 from last time this was on (well, it was received on the 4th of Feb). Always happy to recommend O2 though, british call centre and always been excellent. Only ever moved away from them because their pricing is comparatively high, but always end up going back.
#19
I did this via quidco last time it was around, tracked and paid in very good time, the unlimited 3G bolt on is very useful with an iphone also!
1 Like #20
rep for posting the deal nicely :)
#21
PoisonJam
First thing I'd recommend you do is research and arm yourself with the best competitor offers. Then phone O2 when your contract is up and just tell them you want this deal or you're thinking of switching to Vodafone etc. and quote the competitor's deal and Quidco/Top Cashback discount at them.

I'm on an O2 18 month £15 contract (1000 texts, 400 mins) for effectively £7.50 per month as I said I was going to go to Vodafone to take advantage of their £100 Quidco cashback at the time and O2 said they'd give me £135 credit to stay :thumbsup:

This was you also don't have to worry about waiting for cashback to come through etc.


Did call O2 this morning and when asked why I wish to leave/ move to another provide at the end of my contract I mentioned that I do not use enough minutes/text and wish to go on a lower tariff but was offered with O2 simplicity £15 per month 300 mins & 300 minutes and no more. After 18 month of loyalty O2 is least bothered about retaining me as a customer. :oops:
#22
Bossworld
^^^ check your quidco account mate.

Quidco have finally paid the missing £77 from last time this was on (well, it was received on the 4th of Feb). Always happy to recommend O2 though, british call centre and always been excellent. Only ever moved away from them because their pricing is comparatively high, but always end up going back.


Waiting on my SKY "missing" £65 from Quidco. :x
#23
tomlewis007
Still waiting for my £100 quidco from august :(


It's usually the merchant which plays up rather than Quidco. Good Luck. :thumbsup:
#24
Is it easy to keep your own number?

Think I might do this. Would you be in a position to negotiate a better deal in 12 months, or is it a different kind of contract?
#25
chouglez;7848533
Did call O2 this morning and when asked why I wish to leave/ move to another provide at the end of my contract I mentioned that I do not use enough minutes/text and wish to go on a lower tariff but was offered with O2 simplicity £15 per month 300 mins & 300 minutes and no more. After 18 month of loyalty O2 is least bothered about retaining me as a customer. :oops:


I take it they put you through to retentions? Wow, right now their online only £15 tariff is 300mins and 600 texts with no tie-in period (great deal really) and they didn't even offer you that?!

I guess a lot has changed since I renewed. I just had a look and my ex-£15 is now £30/month! Just had a look at Vodafones standard sim-only deal and they're awful. They're all 24 months and crap deals. The amount of free minutes you get for your money always seems to be on the decline....

EDIT: I should have mentioned that I've been on the same phone/account number with O2 for many years. I had it as PAYG from around 2000 and then contract since about 2006.
#26
jitz-7
shame its topcashback.... they are not very trust worthy from the reviews i've read.


Topcashback are fine - MSE (money Saving Experts) recommend it as one of the best. :thumbsup:

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/cashback-websites
#27
Just something to consider for those with existing O2 contracts coming to an end thinking about porting a their number to this new contract to take advantage of £100 cashback......

In order to port your number you will have to ask for your PAC code on you current contract, once this is used, although you keep the number, you will loose all history on the account.

This includes any loyalty benefit you may have built up over the years.

O2 retentions are now in a position to offer some rather tasty deals when it comes to renewal.

So my advice would be to press the rentetions department to get your current contract down as much as possible.

If, after these discussions, you still find the cashback to be a better deal then go for it.
#28
I'm on [email protected]...i managed to bring down the upgrade price to £8.50 (after cashback) for 800min and 1000 texts....but i wouldnt trust topcashback. They are no where near as good and reliable as quidco.
#29
Can the free bolt on be changed halfway through the contract?
#30
the182guy;7848143
Great offer.... £100 is a lot to lose though if the cashback doesn't track.


I'm 'loving' the fact that my Quidco is tracking on all my cheap purchases, but anything that should be earning me a decent few quid just never shows up :x
#31
hamal
I'm on [email protected]...i managed to bring down the upgrade price to £8.50 (after cashback) for 800min and 1000 texts....but i wouldnt trust topcashback. They are no where near as good and reliable as quidco.


Yep second that. It seems that with topcashback it doesn't seem to be able to differenciate between sessions in DIFFERENT browsers!

So you need to use topcashabck from start to finish and not use anything else in between.
banned#32
is this the cheapest way to get internet for an iphone (bolt-on) does anyone know?
#33
Thanks for the post, just ordered it. Fingers crossed re. Topcashback but I have relatively high hopes: I had absolutely no problems with them getting my o2 broadband cashback and cashback on another o2 Sim-only deal a while back. I don't know why people are so negative about Topcashback to be honest.. I've claimed over £200 of cashback from them and never had any problems (I had to make a manual request once which eventually went through).

For info: while it's not listed on the web site, you can switch from one of the listed bolt on (e.g. Web bolt on) onto a Blackberry Bolt if you call o2 after having placed the purchase.
#34
went with the vodafone deal, 900 mins, unltd txts, 500mb mobile internet, £20 per month, £100 quidco tracked and validated, works out around £11.66 per month, 12 month sim deal, sweet:thumbsup:
#35
I've had BIG issues with Quidco! TopCashBack have been ok, problems tracking some items but their claim system is more flexible and easier to use than Quidcos!
#36
Will this O2 12 month sim work with the iPhone? With the web bolt-on and wifi bolt-on, it's coming out at £27.50, which is £7.50 less than the £35.00 I pay at the moment.
#37
aires
Will this O2 12 month sim work with the iPhone? With the web bolt-on and wifi bolt-on, it's coming out at £27.50, which is £7.50 less than the £35.00 I pay at the moment.


I THINK the web bolt on should cover your Iphone needs but probably best to call o2 up to confirm before going forward with the purchase.

If I were you, I wouldnt bother with the wifi bolt on to be honest. Unless you spend an inordinate amount of time in Starbucks you probably wont find that it's worth paying £7.50 per month for ..
#38
What happened to the statistics they used to display on Quidco? Can you still see them. They used to show a merchants reliability, successful claims and speed. Has this useful information been dropped? Thinking of getting one of these sims but not sure if Quidco are to be trusted now that the reliability info has been pulled and replaced with 'Savvy Tips' nonsense.
#39
Just ordered this aswell.

Brilliantly I was looking for a new sim only plan, tried to order direct from o2 and got an error so didnt do it earlier. Came on hotukdeals just now and saw this right at the top! Must be my lucky day, as this was the exact plan I was trying to sign up to. Just made a topcashback account and went through that was and completed my order

Anyone know how long it should take to show the order as tracked in my earnings tab on topcashback? Just want to be sure its tracked
#40
rep added to op aswell

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