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*£12.50 a month if you're not an O2 mobile customer

Topcashback and Quidco are doing £70 cashback or £80 on the premium package.

+ 3 months free

£7.50 x 9 months = £67.50 - £70 cashback = - £2.50 for the year

or for non O2 mobile customers :
£12.50 x 9 = £112.50 - £70 cashback = £42.50 for the year
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#1
FFS. Was £50 last month when we got ours :(
#2
DragonChris
FFS. Was £50 last month when we got ours :(


thanks, saved me clicking to check cashback lol.
was 100 last time i saw posted though
still, maybe ill actually sign up this time.
#3
i got broadband last week and it was £50!! bloody typical of my luck! lol
#4
OOPS...got the wrong thread entirely. I was looking at 2 deals at the same time :-)
#5
tyke-eng
This is a great deal if the O2 dongles actually worked :-)

I had 5 of them at work, and over a period of 5 months found they were absolutely useless out and about. So I cancelled my contract. They tried to offload a cancelation fee onto me, but I used the words "not fit for purpose " in my reply, so they waived the fee.

All I am saying is be carefull and if they work in the areas you want to use them great get this deal.

For coverage check out this site, it official and paints a quite gloomy picture of O2 3g data

http://www.ofcom.org.uk/radiocomms/ifi/licensing/classes/broadband/cellular/3g/maps/3gmaps/coverage_maps.pdf

quidco give you £40 cashback on Orange 30 day contract (similar to simplicity)

http://www.quidco.com/orange-home-mobile-broadband/


This is HOME broadband.
#6
tyke-eng
This is a great deal if the O2 dongles actually worked :-)

I had 5 of them at work, and over a period of 5 months found they were absolutely useless out and about. So I cancelled my contract. They tried to offload a cancelation fee onto me, but I used the words "not fit for purpose " in my reply, so they waived the fee.

All I am saying is be carefull and if they work in the areas you want to use them great get this deal.

For coverage check out this site, it official and paints a quite gloomy picture of O2 3g data

http://www.ofcom.org.uk/radiocomms/ifi/licensing/classes/broadband/cellular/3g/maps/3gmaps/coverage_maps.pdf


quidco give you £40 cashback on Orange 30 day contract (similar to simplicity)

http://www.quidco.com/orange-home-mobile-broadband/


WTF?

Dongles?
#7
tyke-eng
This is a great deal if the O2 dongles actually worked :-)

I had 5 of them at work, and over a period of 5 months found they were absolutely useless out and about. So I cancelled my contract. They tried to offload a cancelation fee onto me, but I used the words "not fit for purpose " in my reply, so they waived the fee.

All I am saying is be carefull and if they work in the areas you want to use them great get this deal.

For coverage check out this site, it official and paints a quite gloomy picture of O2 3g data

http://www.ofcom.org.uk/radiocomms/ifi/licensing/classes/broadband/cellular/3g/maps/3gmaps/coverage_maps.pdf


quidco give you £40 cashback on Orange 30 day contract (similar to simplicity)

http://www.quidco.com/orange-home-mobile-broadband/


This deal i posted is for home broadband
#8
lol.............looks like 3 of us posted the same comment all at the same time
#9
Anyone else notice you get paid to take the Standard pack if you're on O2?

£10 a year for Premium pack!
#10
normal
Anyone else notice you get paid to take the Standard pack?


yeah its a cracking deal, i put - £2.50 in the title but maybe its not that obvious that they're actually paying you to have broadband with them.

Wish i wasn't already a customer when i see deals like this, although i did renew my contract and they gave me 3 months free


EDIT: Changed the title now m8, hopefully a bit clearer
#11
Had a previous 12months with this up until February of this year, then cancelled. So can i sign up again for £2.50 for the year, anyone ta :thinking:
#12
adeo;8424832
Had a previous 12months with this up until February of this year, then cancelled. So can i sign up again for £2.50 for the year, anyone ta :thinking:

i think not 100% sure
that u have to wait a min of 3 or 6 months
#13
muffin247
i think not 100% sure
that u have to wait a min of 3 or 6 months

if i were to sign up via cash back link, surely it wud work, anyone tried to sign up a 2nd time and had the knock back:thinking:
banned#14
Great Find

Im looking to switch to 02 next month,

Also does anyone know if bt will be doing free install soon?
#15
I have this now but am over 12 months so I now pay £7.5. Has anyone tried cancelling then applying for it straight away to get the cheap deal again?
#16
Is o2 home bropadband any good? I'm currently paying around 20 p/m for newnet & my max speed is only 2mb due to distance from exchange. Far too expensive for what I get so this looks much better as Im not a heavy user anyway.
#17
not bad but its only for 8mg. the premium 20 mg is a better package imo
#18
up to 8mb is fine for me. is there a FUP, slowing on youtube etc at peak times?
#19
DEALS4EVA
Is o2 home bropadband any good? I'm currently paying around 20 p/m for newnet & my max speed is only 2mb due to distance from exchange. Far too expensive for what I get so this looks much better as Im not a heavy user anyway.


Its excellent in my opinion providing you are able to get LLU

check here:
http://www.samknows.com/broadband/search.php

i'm on the 20mb package and easily get 17mb and i download a lot without any problems.
#20
tyke-eng
This is a great deal if the O2 dongles actually worked :-)

I had 5 of them at work, and over a period of 5 months found they were absolutely useless out and about. So I cancelled my contract. They tried to offload a cancelation fee onto me, but I used the words "not fit for purpose " in my reply, so they waived the fee.

All I am saying is be carefull and if they work in the areas you want to use them great get this deal.

For coverage check out this site, it official and paints a quite gloomy picture of O2 3g data

http://www.ofcom.org.uk/radiocomms/ifi/licensing/classes/broadband/cellular/3g/maps/3gmaps/coverage_maps.pdf


quidco give you £40 cashback on Orange 30 day contract (similar to simplicity)

http://www.quidco.com/orange-home-mobile-broadband/


also the date of that is 2008 lol
i been to some of the areas that are supposedly non 3g on your map and i have had 3g
plus as said this is for HOM BROADBAND
#21
No I cant get LLU.

Im only on 2mb so if I can get that for cheaper than Im paying atm Ill be happy enough.

As long as it works at peaks times etc...

Thanks for the help!
#22
i wasnt in an "o2" home broadband area so couldnt take advantage of this, it doubled the price. but if u can get it, its a very good deal
#23
tyke-eng
This is a great deal if the O2 dongles actually worked :-)

I had 5 of them at work, and over a period of 5 months found they were absolutely useless out and about. So I cancelled my contract. They tried to offload a cancelation fee onto me, but I used the words "not fit for purpose " in my reply, so they waived the fee.

All I am saying is be carefull and if they work in the areas you want to use them great get this deal.

http://www.quidco.com/orange-home-mobile-broadband/


http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3359/3633860966_70aa3f9a6c.jpg
#24
DEALS4EVA
Is o2 home bropadband any good? I'm currently paying around 20 p/m for newnet & my max speed is only 2mb due to distance from exchange. Far too expensive for what I get so this looks much better as Im not a heavy user anyway.


Not particularly good:
http://www.ispreview.co.uk/review/products/614.html

I'll stick with Xilo :thumbsup:
1 Like #25
Wicked Lester
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3359/3633860966_70aa3f9a6c.jpg


prick.

He was jus trying to help.
#26
O2 is effin awesome !! Been with them for nearly 2 years now.
#27
Says this on Quidco:

Save £60 on Home Broadband!
Become an existing O2 Mobile customer and save £60 on O2 Home Broadband! (automatically discounted by O2).
#28
BeerGoggles
I have this now but am over 12 months so I now pay £7.5. Has anyone tried cancelling then applying for it straight away to get the cheap deal again?

I don't think so, but if you call them they may be able to match the 3 months free deal, although you won't get the cashback
#29
itsadeal
Its excellent in my opinion providing you are able to get LLU

check here:
http://www.samknows.com/broadband/search.php

i'm on the 20mb package and easily get 17mb and i download a lot without any problems.


Yes I get LLU, I checked from the link. But also I just saw that I get cable but that is only in some areas, and I am pretty sure its not in my street. But hows the service with o2 generally and whats the router like with the premium package. I am thinking of building a home network soon with the new netgear dgn3500 so can i transfer my account onto the router and use that instead?
#30
Felix 360
prick.

He was jus trying to help.


:roll: Sense of humour fail?
#31
DragonChris
FFS. Was £50 last month when we got ours :(


FFFFFFFFFFFFF! I just brought it last week, hasn't been activated yet (that's next week), nice way to end a horrid day. :viking:
#32
apparently the trick is to switch to be unlimited (via quidco) n switch back again.. (again via quidco
as be is owned by o2 now theres no penalty for switching..
#33
m00nie
apparently the trick is to switch to be unlimited (via quidco) n switch back again.. (again via quidco
as be is owned by o2 now theres no penalty for switching..


What do you mean by unlimited? There are 3 packages, standard, prem and pro...

edit: Just looked on Quidco:

Cashback will be validated two months (60 days) after the successful installation has been made. The cashback offered is for new O2 Home Broadband customers only.


I'm guessing I'm a current customer now so cashback won't work regardless.
#34
would the refer a friend scheme work on this too - found it on the home page. https://www.refero2.co.uk/

You get £20 in amazon vouchers. Could sign up the other half who has the O2 phone then get then to go via topcashback and sign up?
1 Like #35
tsimehC;8425696
What do you mean by unlimited? There are 3 packages, standard, prem and pro...

edit: Just looked on Quidco:



I'm guessing I'm a current customer now so cashback won't work regardless.

if your on o2 now then switch to the isp be-unlinted via quidco( which is owned by o2) ..
then come back to o2 again via (as o2 own them theres no penalty for leaving b4 12 months)
#36
m00nie
if your on o2 now then switch to the isp be-unlinted via quidco( which is owned by o2) ..
then come back to o2 again via (as o2 own them theres no penalty for leaving b4 12 months)


Sounds very risky and not worth the hassle but thanks for informing me of the procedure. I think I'll just moan to their customer services instead even if it gets me nowhere.
#37
Majnu
Yes I get LLU, I checked from the link. But also I just saw that I get cable but that is only in some areas, and I am pretty sure its not in my street. But hows the service with o2 generally and whats the router like with the premium package. I am thinking of building a home network soon with the new netgear dgn3500 so can i transfer my account onto the router and use that instead?


The router i got (over 2 years ago) is a Thomson (i think) and i have 2 hard wired desktop pc's and 2 wireleess laptops connected to it at the same time and all perform great.
You can use your own router but O2 won't give any tech support with regards to setting a router up other than the one they supply.
The router they supply is theirs so don't sell it on ebay cos they can ask for it back apparently if you decide to leave them.

I have used several isp's over the years and for me O2 represent the best value for money service and free english tech support.
#38
itsadeal
The router i got (over 2 years ago) is a Thomson (i think) and i have 2 hard wired desktop pc's and 2 wireleess laptops connected to it at the same time and all perform great.
You can use your own router but O2 won't give any tech support with regards to setting a router up other than the one they supply.
The router they supply is theirs so don't sell it on ebay cos they can ask for it back apparently if you decide to leave them.

I have used several isp's over the years and for me O2 represent the best value for money service and free english tech support.


Cool sounds like a winner to me then. I was previously on Be Broadband about 4-5 years ago and their Indian Tech support or maybe it was Polish was dreadful. They shaftted me when I returned back the Thomspon Router they provided but they charged me £100 because they claimed they never received it, so I will not go back to Be broadband, but then they are owned by O2 so I hope I don't get treated the same.
#39
Nice one hope this stays this way for two more weeks....
I am moving home in two weeks :) and planning to switch to O2.
#40
I'm interested in this but my Email is with Virgin. Is there any way I can keep the same email address? Would be a night mare to transfer all my addresses, it's the only thing keeping me tied down ATM. I've started using google mail to stop this happening.

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