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o2 8 mb broadband free for 12 months for O2 contract customers + free wireless router

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o2 are trying to muscle in on the broadband market and as such o2 postpay retention agents are able to offer free for 12 months,(normally £7.50 for o2 contract customers). + free wireless router and c… Read More
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o2 are trying to muscle in on the broadband market and as such o2 postpay retention agents are able to offer free for 12 months,(normally £7.50 for o2 contract customers). + free wireless router and connection
AVAILABLE BY SPEAKING TO O2 RETENTIONS
call 202 from mobile option 2,2

available even if you are part way through your phone contract

you need a bt landline and will need a mac code from your current provider.just call 202 from your handset and press option 2 to cancel or ask for retentions
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#1
Good deal if 8mb is enough for you and you can get the offer off retentions. I wonder if I could get a discount off 20mb....
#2
normal
Good deal if 8mb is enough for you and you can get the offer off retentions. I wonder if I could get a discount off 20mb....


8mb is the download speed......Unlimited usage. :thumbsup:
#3
I'm halfway through an o2 contract and would love some free broadband...

...but there's gotta be a catch somewhere...
#4
I don't get this deal lol. I've been on O2 BB for 4months, can I get this for free?
#5
Retentions???
#6
more info please?
#7
Retentions department at O2. These guys try and make you stay with them when your contract is nearly over or when you say you want cancel their service.
#8
For anyone interested (it's always the first thing I want to read after the price)

O2's fair & acceptable usage policy.

O2’s fair and acceptable usage policy is designed to make sure the Services provided to you are great value, fast and reliable. The following list details all the uses of the Services that we consider unfair or unacceptable (“Policy”). You must ensure that any use of the Services, by yourself or others via your account, complies with this Policy. If you or others using the Services via your account contravene this Policy, we may:



(a) give you a notice to stop the unacceptable use(s); or

(b) terminate or suspend your Services, with or without notice as we consider appropriate, under the Standard terms and conditions for customers.

Please advise us if you become aware of any violation or suspected violation of this Policy by sending an email to [email protected]



1 What you must not do



You must not use the Services for:



(a) unlawful, fraudulent, criminal or otherwise illegal activities;

(b) sending, receiving, publishing, posting, distributing, disseminating, encouraging the receipt of, uploading, downloading or using any material which is offensive, abusive, defamatory, indecent, obscene, unlawful, harassing or menacing or a breach of the copyright, trademark, intellectual property, confidence, privacy or any other rights of any person;

(c) commercial purposes, unless you are working from home as a sole trader in business on your own account. Otherwise see below for limits on certain types of commercial use);

(d) sending or uploading unsolicited emails, advertising or promotional materials, offering to sell any goods or services, or conducting or forwarding surveys, contests or chain letters, except if you are working from home as a sole trader in business on your own account or you are permitted to send marketing communications in accordance with the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003;

(e) knowingly or negligently creating, transmitting, storing, publishing or uploading any electronic material (including, without limit, files that contain viruses, corrupted files, Trojans or any other similar software or programmes) which is known or likely to cause, interrupt, damage, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software, hardware or telecommunications equipment owned by us or any other Internet user or person;

(f) activities that invade another’s privacy, cause annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to any person;

(g) activities that are in breach of any other third party’s rights, including downloading, installation or distribution of pirated software or other inappropriately licensed software, deletion of any author attributions, legal notices or proprietary designations or labels in any file that is uploaded, falsification of the origin or source of any software or other material;

(h) anything that may disrupt or interfere with our network or Services or cause a host or the network to crash;

(i) launching “denial of service” attacks; “mailbombing” attacks; or “flooding” attacks against a host or network;

(j) granting access to your Services to others not located at the premises at which these Internet services are connected;

(k) making excessive use of, or placing unusual burdens on, the network, for example by sending or receiving large volumes of email or excessively large email attachments; or

(l) circumventing the user authentication or security process of a host or network.


worto.
#9
rockyfella
8mb is the download speed......Unlimited usage. :thumbsup:

you can also get discounts off 16mb and 20mb
#10
also


4 What about excessive network usage?

There is no limit on the monthly network usage. However if we feel that your activities are so excessive that other customers are detrimentally affected, we may give you a written warning (by email or otherwise). In extreme circumstances, if the levels of activity do not immediately decrease after the warning, we may terminate or suspend your Services


It would be nice if they were a bit more up front & actually gave numbers of what excessive use per month is - all very vauge innit.

worto.
#11
this offer is for existing o2 mobile contract customers taking o2 broadband for 1st time
#12
So, what do I have to do? My O2 contract is only 2 months old. Can I still go for this and what to say?
#13
muffin247
more info please?

o2 braodband normally £17.50 is £7.50 for anyone who is on an o2 monthly contract (inc simplicity)

but new broadband customers can now get free

call 202 from mobile (free) then option 2 then 2 again and say you'll sign up if you can get it for free

for anyone on o2 consumer billing system (not carphone warehouse)
#14
pakichan
I don't get this deal lol. I've been on O2 BB for 4months, can I get this for free?

this offer is for existing o2 mobile contract customers taking o2 broadband for 1st time
#15
Bit unfair I only signed up a few weeks ago on the 7.50/month 02 customer deal :(
#16
m1chaels
Bit unfair I only signed up a few weeks ago on the 7.50/month 02 customer deal :(


And me! Gonna try them though!
#17
worto03
also



It would be nice if they were a bit more up front & actually gave numbers of what excessive use per month is - all very vauge innit.

worto.


I've downloaded alot, and I mean alot in the last few months and haven' received any kind of email or loss of speed. I think their fair usage policy is just like any other isps tbh.
#18
pakichan
I've downloaded alot, and I mean alot


I think you mean a lot :-D
#19
guv
Does it actually say NEW broadband customers? (ie a MAC cant be used.)


I think it means people who haven't had o2 broadband before, so you should still be able to migrate to o2 if you've already got broadband but have never had o2 broadband...
#20
lol only signed up a few weeks ago too on the £7.50 package damn youuuuuuu
#21
ehosin
I think you mean a lot :-D


lol yes: a lot
#22
I tried to sign up last night but o2 broadband isn't available in Plymouth at my postcode. :( Dayyym thought I was finally getting rid of AOL. :( (The only reason I was keeping them is because I didn't want to lose my email addresses, but now you get to keep them if you cancel AOL yay!)
I've requested they let me know when they're available in my area. I hope it's free connection when they are, as they're offering it at the moment!
#23
Do you need a BT landline? I'm on virgin and through cable, and don't want to pay BT aswell.

Also another thing is that if they give you free broadband then they won't give as good a deal on your new mobile contract!
#24
rash

Also another thing is that if they give you free broadband then they won't give as good a deal on your new mobile contract!


How do you know this?
#25
rash
Do you need a BT landline? I'm on virgin and through cable, and don't want to pay BT aswell.

Also another thing is that if they give you free broadband then they won't give as good a deal on your new mobile contract!

you do need bt landline

you will get just as good a deal on your mobile ,if not better because they're all under pressure to sign up as many broadbands as possible
#26
Is this deal available to sim only contracts as well?
#27
orthopod
Is this deal available to sim only contracts as well?

yes it is
#28
i have just tried to phone retentions 202 on my sim card number and this has went blank please help does this only work on contract only phones
#29
absolutely excellent deal for people with o2 contracts. Signed up just now ... cant wait especially as its adsl2+ !!!
#30
Is this available to O2 users with CPW billing?
Also, would this affect the cash back offer with E2save?
#31
Cyrus
absolutely excellent deal for people with o2 contracts. Signed up just now ... cant wait especially as its adsl2+ !!!


What exactly diid you say?

Im 12 months into an 18 months contract. Do I just cheekily ask them outright for free broadband, or do i need to threaten to cancel, which I cant really do?
#32
timbo67
Matchstick
o2 are trying to muscle in on the broadband market and as such o2 postpay retention agents are able to offer free for 12 months,(normally £7.50 for o2 contract customers). + free wireless router and connection
AVAILABLE BY SPEAKING TO O2 RETENTIONS
call 202 from mobile option 2,2

(available even if you are part way through your phone contract )

Hi,

This is the first time i'm posting on this forum and i'm glad i'm posting it in regards to this topic.

Can someone advise me on a problem i have.

I took out o2 broadband during April 2008 and got a 5pounds discount because i was a o2 contract customer. However my o2 contract has now ended and now the discount no longer applies.
Can i add that before i took out o2 broadband i contacted them and they stated that if i took out o2 broadband at that time then it would remain 7.50 Regardless of when my o2 contract ended.
I also have a web link of that page of when i took this out at that time and it states that the 5pounds discount applies to all o2 broadband contracts taken out between 1st Jan 08 and 30th April 08. The discount ends when i cancel my o2 broadband.

I have not cancelled my o2 broadband and yet i have proof that it states that the discount will end when i cancel my broadband. As stated earlier, i double checked this when i spoke to them as well over the telephone.

Any Advice ?????????
Thanks

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