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£80, £100, £120 potential cashback
These cashbacks are about as good as it gets and are about the highest i've seen them.

* £7.50 p/m for mobile customers
£12.50 a month if you're not an O2 mobile customer

Topcashback and Quidco are doing £80 cashback or £100 on the premium package.

+ 3 months free

Standard package up to 8 meg :

£7.50 x 9 months = £67.50 - £80 cashback = £12.50 CREDIT for the year

or for non O2 mobile customers :
£12.50 x 9 = £112.50 - £80 cashback = £32.50 for the year

Premium package up to 20 meg :

£10.00 x 9 months = £90.00 - £100 cashback = £10.00 CREDIT for the year

or for non O2 mobile customers :
£15.00 x 9 = £135.00 - £100 cashback = £35.00 for the year
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banned#1
itsadeal, but has already been posted several times today
#2
lottysdad08
itsadeal, but has already been posted several times today


Where ??
#3
and its an 18month contract not a 12 month
#4
coerce86
and its an 18month contract not a 12 month


you are wrong this deal is HOME BROADBAND

O2 Home Broadband is subject to availability, and you must have an O2 Home Phone or BT line. There's a 12 month minimum term and you have to pay by direct debit. You can only use your O2 mobile number to get a discount once. If you're on Pay & Go, you must top-up a £10 minimum every 3 months to keep your discount. Fair usage policy applies. See our full terms
#5
how can you take advantage of this including the quidco if your moving into a new house with no existing telephone line contract with anyone? If you go to the website and try to order the telephone line + broadband asks you for your telephone number.
#6
Jasd;8917728
how can you take advantage of this including the quidco if your moving into a new house with no existing telephone line contract with anyone? If you go to the website and try to order the telephone line + broadband asks you for your telephone number.

this is exactly same as me.

IVe had to pay for BT to put new line in (o2 home line can only be done if you already have a BT landline)

Waiting for activation next wednesday...i will then order broadband straight away as soon as my number is confirmed
#7
Anyone know if i would be eligible for the o2/quidco cashback, as i previously had a similar quidco/o2 cashback deal which matured and i cancelled the contract on -
Date:
Apr 23, 2010 9:24

I also have a o2 sim contract.
#8
adeo
Anyone know if i would be eligible for the o2/quidco cashback, as i previously had a similar quidco/o2 cashback deal which matured and i cancelled the contract on -
Date:
Apr 23, 2010 9:24

I also have a o2 sim contract.


was it for broadband ?
i think you have to wait 3 months before you can have booadband with O2 if you've had it in the past ... i could be wrong though
banned#9
Do you have to be an o2 contract customer? or will a payg sim work
#10
itsadeal
was it for broadband ?
i think you have to wait 3 months before you can have booadband with O2 if you've had it in the past ... i could be wrong though


Yeah it was o2BB, and it only cost me a tenner for the 12months after my cashback last year lol:thumbsup:
#11
lottysdad08
Do you have to be an o2 contract customer? or will a payg sim work


yes PAYG is fine, you just have to top up £10 every 3 months to continue getting the £5 a month discount.
#12
been waiting for this! nice one
#13
Thanks
#14
Really good deal, you end up in pocket after 1 year contract. Cannot believe it been with o2 broadband for a week via quidco for £50,( if it ever tracks) now they increase it by another £30, still "you win some and loose some"
#15
Anybody know the best retention deal, as I've now been with O2 for 12 months
#16
I ordered the £10/month Premium product last year when the current levels of cashback were available and changed my package to the basic £7.50/month online after the 3 free months. This gives me £32.50 profit over the first 12 months plus I enjoyed even faster broadband for the first 3! :-D
#17
I'm tempted to cancel my existing Q2 BB (I'm with O2 for past 3 years) and take it again after a month with cashback deal...

can this be done? How about the Wireless box? are they still giving Thompson (G) boxes or have they now upgraded their boxes to "n" std.
banned#18
Geemac
Anybody know the best retention deal, as I've now been with O2 for 12 months


all they offered me was a reduced price of £5/month for the 8meg service.
#19
vikasbhasin
I'm tempted to cancel my existing Q2 BB (I'm with O2 for past 3 years) and take it again after a month with cashback deal...

can this be done? How about the Wireless box? are they still giving Thompson (G) boxes or have they now upgraded their boxes to "n" std.


Had a look at their t&c's and it says no return before 6 months...................
#20
Seems a good deal!
#21
Mascherano
all they offered me was a reduced price of £5/month for the 8meg service.


Thanks, better than nothing:thumbsup:
#22
hot, wish o2 broadband was available in my area i live 5-10mins walk away from canary wharf and the bt tower is 15mins away from where i live but o2 dont provide home broadband in my area, and ironically bt provide it in my area even tho BT own O2 or the other way around cnt remeber
#23
MR1123
hot, wish o2 broadband was available in my area i live 5-10mins walk away from canary wharf and the bt tower is 15mins away from where i live but o2 dont provide home broadband in my area, and ironically bt provide it in my area even tho BT own O2 or the other way around cnt remeber


o2 own be broadband. Not BT

I live 10mins walk from CW too, suprised you say cannot get o2 as once my line is installed (through Sky who are only offering Sky connect) I was going to sign up on this offer
#24
damn missed out in an extra £10 anyways just to all let you know my quidco payment has gone through took about 2 months and 10 days and is due to get paid to my bank account on my birthday! What a birthday present!
#25
vikasbhasin
I'm tempted to cancel my existing Q2 BB (I'm with O2 for past 3 years) and take it again after a month with cashback deal...

can this be done? How about the Wireless box? are they still giving Thompson (G) boxes or have they now upgraded their boxes to "n" std.


That's what I did the last time this offer was on. Canceled my o2 Broadband (1 month rolling contract) and not being able to survive without a broadband connection, signed up again after 2/3days. Got a new modem sent out along with my cashback and 3 months free.
#26
Cant see the quidco link?
#27
If your not married use your girl friend/boy friends bank account, to get this deal, if you ve already had it.
#28
To help people work out the net-costs and compare the difference packages I have a variety of documents analysing the two Telefonica o2 UK offerings for home broadband, ie under the two brands:
- o2 Home Broadband; and
- Be Un Limited aka BeThere aka Be Broadband

especially:
- A Colourful Comparison of the 3 different Be & o2 "LLU" subscriptions
- Net-costs spreadsheet - comparing all their costs after offers/£backs over 3m/1yr commitments
- o2 Mobile £5/month Discount - for o2 mobile phone users who take o2 Home Broadband

The latest versions of them (updated today) are on MS Live/Office/SkyDrive as Adobe PDFs at:
http://cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/o2%20Broadband%20-v-%20Be%20There%20Broadband

Been producing them for a couple of years now.

As will be mentioned : this HOT UKD relates to the o2 Home Broadband "LLU" local-loop unbundled subscriptions (ie Standard, Premium, and Pro) where Telefonica o2 UK has their own equipment at the about 1200 telephone exchanges - and hardly anyone has a bad word for those offerings; at other telephone exchanges o2 also resell an ADSLmax product "o2 Access" which was originally ALSO marketed as unlimited usage & that led to too many subscribers/congestion and a lot of moans/groans and recent revisions to those T&Cs and many people are NOT happy o2 Access subscribers which is anyway a lot more expensive & with lower £back.

One point: these high/record £back levels may well be tied in to Telefonica's financial year statistics - ie new customers in their quarter/half-year to 30 June - so if you are hesistating I wouldn't do so for too long, and if you already have a landline ADSL service elsewhere:
- you do NOT need your MAC to hand at the time you place the order (via the £back site to o2's site)
- you can WAIT to see if the transaction tracks on your £back site BEFORE giving o2 your MAC to make it happen!

MKD
A 2.5+ year o2 Standard subscriber
#29
After moving to a new house, I took out the mobile £10 month contract (300mins unlimited text unlimited land lines offer) Went through Quidco for their broadband contract and received £50 cashback on their 20MB contract with 3 months free = total for the year £40......and to be honest, I was dreading leaving Virgin as I had a stable decent connection though the O2 BB seems to be upto as good a job.
#30
Not voting cold But do not even try and get this if you live in Watford - O2 can't do the service and will cost you £17.50 I think to get a lesser quality service.
#31
No luck for me in Middlewich Cheshire.
At the moment, we can't offer broadband or home phone on your line. We will in the future. Please register your interest.
#32
home broadband is so competitive nowadays. :thumbsup:
#33
bryfly
Really good deal, you end up in pocket after 1 year contract. Cannot believe it been with o2 broadband for a week via quidco for £50,( if it ever tracks) now they increase it by another £30, still "you win some and loose some"


It's lose, not 'loose'. Loose is something that isn't tight.:thumbsup:
#34
I've been with O2 Home Broadband for 13 months now. I pay £10 per month for up to 20mb and actually get 15mb, can't grumble at that. It's never gone down and the email has only ever not worked 2 or 3 times for a very short time. 10/10 and a very hot deal.
#35
interested, do they throttle the speed throughout the day, or is it the full 15mb for the 20mb connection all day?
#36
Hi i'm with AOL home broadband and i hate them! they also make me take their phone service which i also hate, i have a contract mobile with o2. How do i get this deal? do i need to first cancel my AOL which is out of 12 months contract now and then sign up to this via quidco, or do i sign up with o2 first and then get that moving code from AOL im stuck, i really want this deal as i hate AOL CPW. Someone please advise!
#37
Doh, just signed up last week with £40 quidco. I havent given them my MAC yet. DO you recon I could just reapply with the new quidco??
#38
GQ Man
interested, do they throttle the speed throughout the day, or is it the full 15mb for the 20mb connection all day?


no throttling or capping on the LLU service
#39
RandyMcFly
o2 own be broadband. Not BT

I live 10mins walk from CW too, suprised you say cannot get o2 as once my line is installed (through Sky who are only offering Sky connect) I was going to sign up on this offer



I live close to Canary Wharf and am currently subscribed to Sky Connect which to be honest isn't too bad but is extremely expensive for what you get. The problem is that the Poplar exchange is full and with the continued developments in the area the problem isn't likely to improve but having said that BT have announced that they are going to upgrade the local exchange and the cabling in the area so we will have to wait and see. You can get O2 BB but you will only be able to get their access package which is almost identical to the Sky Connect package.
#40
Hi

Im currently with SKY. What do i need to do?

Do i have to get a mac code (?) first or can i sign up with O2 using quidco and get the code to them later?

All assistance greatly appreciated :oops:

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