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o2 Home Broadband have today restarted one of their FREE MONTHS offers, this time with first 2 months free (most ever has been 3 months).

Combine those 2 months with the current record peak cashbacks from Quidco and TopCashBack and the NET cost for the first year is ZERO if you already have an o2 mobile phone (on contract or PAYG that you already top up £10+ every 3 months):
- for "Standard" - an upto 8Mbps down and 1.3Mbps up ADSL2+ Annex A service
- for "Premium" - an unspeedcapped ADSL2+ Annex A service ie upto 24Mbps/1.3Mbps

Otherwise just £40 net cash out over first year if you need to get an o2 PAYG mobile and top it up £10 every 3 months to get the o2 mobile user £5 discount every month!

There's also the "Pro" service that would be net cost of £50 for first year (or £90 cash out with PAYG top-ups) for an unspeedcapped ADSL2+ Annex M service with upto 24Mbps down and upto 2.4Mbps up!

NOTE: that the cashbacks are ONLY for people JOINING o2 home broadband, and NOT for existing customers (aspiring to start a fresh o2 home broadband contract in some way).

There's been a thread about o2 Home Broadband with the peak cashbacks - the LLU packages provided by o2 equipment at your local exchange very recently at:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/570504/o2-home-broadband-standard-or-premi
but that was before the first 2 months free bonus

The offer runs until 31st January per the small print on the site.

You can see my net-cost summary showing you how the figures compute at:
http://cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/o2%20Broadband%20-v-%20Be%20There%20Broadband

One tip for those wary of £back websites would be (if you already have ADSL elsewhere and would need a MAC to migrate):
- sign up via the cashback site (taking care with your cookies!) but don't provide MAC yet
- see that it tracks
- then get/submit your MAC.

BTW: The topic of getting the £5/month discount for having an o2 mobile (contract or toppedup PAYG) is covered in the previous thread in some depth. The mobile phone does not have to be yours or your address, just used to claim (one) home broadband discount with the phone holder's permission. (o2 broadband send an SMS PIN to the phone that needs to be typed/read back when registering the link between the mobile and the home broadband a/c.)

Obviously the packages comes with things like a free loan modem, free activation, various SMS and software extras, as well as a UK 0800 support line that's 24x7.

I have been with them for 26 months on o2 Standard and find it hard to imagine a better ISP, let alone one that would be charging you as a new joiner between NOTHING and £40 for the first year of usage - I paid BT that for ONE month of 512kbps service once :)

One final point. o2 home broadband contracts do not EXPIRE after one year nor automatically RENEW - they are normal ongoing contracts. They have a T&C that commits you to paying for the first TWELVE MONTHS of service EVEN if you leave before then; thus on the first anniversary of your CONNECTION you are able to walk away on 30 days paid notice, but otherwise your contract and service remains ONGOING until you or they cancel it in accordance with the terms!
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#1
Clickable links (never worked out how to fix that in original postings):

Recent discussion re o2 home broadband LLU Std/Prem/Pro & £backs:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/570504/o2-home-broadband-standard-or-premi

My net-cost summary (on Microsoft Windows Live Skydrive):
http://cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/o2%20Broadband%20-v-%20Be%20There%20Broadband
Shorter link (to the same place) that may work better for some
http://tinyurl.com/5mzmrs
MKD
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A special note for those of you who currently are BE customers. When you put your phone number into the O2 availability check page, you will get to a big block of RED text ......

[COLOR="Red"]Be broadband is currently activated on this BT landline number. Because Be is part of O2, you can move to O2 Broadband without any penalty and without giving Be your usual three month notice of cancellation. You'll need to get a MAC key from Be before we can take your order though. So please raise a ticket through Be's member centre (http://www.bethere.co.uk/memberhome.do), or give them a call on 0808 101 3430.[/COLOR]

The problem is that there is no where else on that page to continue if you already have your MAC.

O2 has told me that it can take up to 24 hours before the website will detect the internal change of the MAC between BE and O2 and give you a different webpage to continue onwards with. (The MAC is actually issued by BT)
#3
The link to "My net-cost summary" doesn't work from here.

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Probably out of your control but thought I'd let you know.

Nice post by the way, will be looking to reduce our 'tech' costs this year and this is a great start.
#4
tc80tc80
A special note for those of you who currently are BE customers...

Thanks for posting that clarification - ie Be customers have to get their Be MAC issued and then at anything upto 24hrs later, visit the o2 website and get allowed around that initial "you are on Be, get a MAC" alert. If visiting the o2 website multiple times, do make sure you clear your cookies properly and go via your favourite £back site to maximise chance of the £back referral tracking properly!

For those who are blissfully unaware Be is o2 home broadband's sister company within the Telefonica Europe grouping. Be started off their enhanced ADSL2+ broadband and o2/Telefonica bought them up and started marketing very similar services (based on the same infrastructure, albeit now greatly expanded as over half a million UK subscribers) under the o2 home broadband branding.

Existing Be subscribers have a bonus in that they are allowed to migrate to o2 home broadband not only blagging the £back and free months but ALSO avoiding any penalty if not completing their subscription commitments to Be (eg Be, like o2, have a commitment to paying for the first 12 months) - hence the "without any penalty" you quoted :thumbsup:

MKD
#5
Likely2
The link to "My net-cost summary" doesn't work from here.
In Safari:
In FF and Camino:
Probably out of your control but thought I'd let you know.
Nice post by the way, will be looking to reduce our 'tech' costs this year and this is a great start.

Sorry to hear that.
It is a regular Microsoft Windows Drive SkyDrive hosted site.
Works perfectly here with IE8, Chrome, Firefox and Safari from here.

Here's a TinyURL link to the same place (I though this forum didn't like them, but it does):
http://tinyurl.com/5mzmrs
or copy paste this into your browser if it does stop liking the link: tinyurl.com/5mzmrs

On timing the 2m free offer is only for January (has been 3m in the past); the current £back referral opportunities have never been higher and MIGHT end at any time (midnight). They were £25 lower for most of December, but at peak in November. Have been as low as £25-£40 (or nil when I joined!).

MKD
#6
Voted HOT! i've been with them for nearly 5 months very good service,i'm on 20meg,but i sync 23 meg lol,and if your an o2 pay monthly or even pay as you go customer then you get even more discount,better than bt's 18 month contract by far:thumbsup:
#7
shageexx
...i'm on 20meg,but i sync 23 meg lol...:

Yes the o2 website is for some unknown reason pessimistic about the MAXIMUM synch possible on o2 Premium subscriptions - it's marketed as "upto 20Mbps" but is in reality an unspeedcapped ADSL2+ Annex A service (ie upto 24Mbps) - so if you live in/overlooking your telephone exchange you can be as lucky as you are :-D

Those less ADSL au-fait realise that your ACTUAL ADSL circuit speed will depend on how long and how good the phoneline between your home and exchange is. If like me you live 5kms of wire away then you'll get around 4Mbps (ie most suited to o2 Standard sub) rather than lucky shageexx's 23Mbps (ie most suited to o2 Premium or even o2 Pro if rich & fancy an 'n' wireless box and extra upload).

MKD
#8
****** I just signed up in at the end of December, may try calling as within 30 day satisfaction period.

How are you guys measuring your speed? I iuse DSLReports and get about 4-6 but paying for upto 20, If you check the router it says it is connecting at 20 which seems a bit of a bold statement to make.
#9
Love the way everyone glosses over the fact that you have to be an O2 Mobile customer to get these tariffs - try not to hide this little fact in your headline grabbing post!

Yoiu should really be saying ...

O2 Home Broadband first 2 months free (with £back = NIL over first year!) [COLOR="Red"]IF YOU ARE AN EXISTING O2 MOBILE CUSTOMER !!!![/COLOR]
#10
grumpyone
Love the way everyone glosses over the fact that you have to be an O2 Mobile customer to get these tariffs - try not to hide this little fact in your headline grabbing post! Yoiu should really be saying ... O2 Home Broadband first 2 months free (with £back = NIL over first year!) [COLOR="Red"]IF YOU ARE AN EXISTING O2 MOBILE CUSTOMER !!!![/COLOR]

Good point and have revised the headline.
The text made it perfectly clear that you 'd potentially have to lay out £40 over the first year (though of course that would give you £40+ of phone credit "for free").
Thanks for helping others understand quicker.
As we know the site recognises that £back is never guaranteed and the REAL deal is/was the non bracketed headline ie 2 months free :)
MKD
#11
I want to take this offer but the current property is a new build and do not have a active line. I need to get a new connection from BT or someother line proveder. Can anyone please help me which a cheap line rental with minimum setup cost?

Thanks in advance.
#12
Hi,

Just been on the phone to BeThere to cancel to move to O2...Was offered an ongoing (for life) reduction in my monthly bill from £21.50 to £15 a month. I stated that I was moving only to take up their Router 'N' offer from O2. You do enter another 12 month agreement though!

Not bad for a 5 minute call (and waited all of 15 seconds for an answer on their cancellation line).

Karem
#13
AlanK
****** I just signed up in at the end of December, may try calling as within 30 day satisfaction period. How are you guys measuring your speed? I iuse DSLReports and get about 4-6 but paying for upto 20, If you check the router it says it is connecting at 20 which seems a bit of a bold statement to make.

I use the [url]www.speedtest.net[/url] site.
You should on the LLU Std/Prem/Pro packages be getting around 84% of your modem synch speed as usable/reported data bandwidth (that's the technical limit ANYWAY).

Are you perhaps measuring over a WIRELESS link ?

Have you optimised your wireless connection ? ie ensured on WPA2-PSK for security and ensured you're using a WiFi channel (1-13) with least interference from your neighbours ? have you updated your laptops WiFi drivers to the latest/best available ?
MKD
#14
I have an O2 mobile and took up their broadband offer about a year and a half ago. My contract has expired so I just pay monthly. Does anyone know if I qualify for the cashback offer if I sign up for a new contract, ie commit to stay with O2 for the next 12 months or whatever?
#15
hi, im currently an o2 customer. my contract ended in november... can this offer apply to me??? what do i need to do or say??
cheers..
#16
Homebaked;7422501
I have an O2 mobile and took up their broadband offer about a year and a half ago. My contract has expired so I just pay monthly. Does anyone know if I qualify for the cashback offer if I sign up for a new contract, ie commit to stay with O2 for the next 12 months or whatever?

no you dont get quidco again
#17
karem_lore
Hi,Just been on the phone to BeThere to cancel to move to O2...Was offered an ongoing (for life) reduction in my monthly bill from £21.50 to £15 a month. I stated that I was moving only to take up their Router 'N' offer from O2. You do enter another 12 month agreement though! Not bad for a 5 minute call (and waited all of 15 seconds for an answer on their cancellation line). Karem


When moving from one broadband provider to another you do NOT want to use the word "cancel" with your existing provider until after you are sure you will have your next ISP's broadband working.

You want to get a Migration Authorisation Code from them (which will be valid for 30 days once issued, which they have to do within 5 working days) and that will ONLY be of any use IF you have a working ADSL circuit to migrate - and using the word "cancel" may mean your existing circuit gets cancelled BEFORE it can be migrated via you giving the MAC to your new ISP!

That said you DO need to be sure when your existing ISP WILL cancel your a/c and stop claiming money from you at some stage as (a) you may have to give notice to stop the a/c charging; (b) you do need to be sure they aren't claiming you need to pay for months more as you signed up to say a minimum 12 month paid contract (like all the o2 contracts are, ie pay for 12months minimum, albeit after a 30 day happiness guarantee).

That said with Be and o2 you should be okay and I presume you did get MAC from them not just cancelled the service ?

MKD
#18
diabloortega
hi, im currently an o2 customer. my contract ended in november... can this offer apply to me??? what do i need to do or say??
cheers..

Your contract did NOT end; your commitment to pay for the first twelve months of service may have run its time then, ie on the first anniversary into your ONGOING contract.

As before you are on 30-days notice if you want to cancel your contract, it's just that NOW you only have to pay for those 30 days and not for the rest of the first 12 months.

This deal is ONLY for customers JOINING o2, not signing a fresh contract. It seems that you need to have been away from o2 home broadband for at least one month before they will accept you joining again (and hence potentially blagging a joiner £back but even that's unproven as we're not aware of anyone mean enough to disrupt their broadband to bother, but then the cashbacks have seldom been so generous to motivate it)

MKD
#19
Mind O2's sister company Be have a new £7.50 offer [url]www.thinkbroadband.com/news/4122-be-broadband-to-offer-7-50-month-broadband-service.html[/url]

Both provide excellent service (that people service via customer service and ADSL2 provision) IME. Best ISPs I've ever used.

Make sure you can get LLU though [url]www.samknows.com/broadband/search.php[/url]
#20
4 MONTHS FREE HERE!!!! (sorry shouting no time :( )

http://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk/promo.asp?kt=Solus~O2MSEPromo~Jan10~12~CID
#21
a6unx
I want to take this offer but the current property is a new build and do not have a active line. I need to get a new connection from BT or someother line proveder. Can anyone please help me which a cheap line rental with minimum setup cost?

Thanks in advance.


someone in the last thread said o2 will be doing lines themselves in the next month or so.
if you can't wait then you can try madasafish talk which only has a one month contract :thumbsup:
#22
Not available where I am (I can see canary wharf from my window..) so £17.99 but voted hot for those who can get it.
#23
i have an O2 contract phone (been with them for years), and get my broadband from Sky (the one that used to be free but is now £5 a month)

trying to work out if it would be better for me to switch to this deal - i need to have a look at how much it will cost per month after the first 2 free months, and which packge i would need - access or standard home, i have no idea about any of this technical stuff but will look into it. Thanks op.
#24
jonathan_d
someone in the last thread said o2 will be doing lines themselves in the next month or so.
if you can't wait then you can try madasafish talk which only has a one month contract :thumbsup:

Cheers!
In their site it says I need a Phone line. I dont have one at the moment.:?

What do I need to join Madasafish Talk service?
In order to receive the Madasafish Talk service you require 4 things:

A non-cable phone line (e.g. BT, Homecall, Post Office or similar)
#25
mk-donald
Sorry to hear that.
It is a regular Microsoft Windows Drive SkyDrive hosted site.
Works perfectly here with IE8, Chrome, Firefox and Safari from here.

Here's a TinyURL link to the same place (I though this forum didn't like them, but it does):
http://tinyurl.com/5mzmrs
or copy paste this into your browser if it does stop liking the link: tinyurl.com/5mzmrs

On timing the 2m free offer is only for January (has been 3m in the past); the current £back referral opportunities have never been higher and MIGHT end at any time (midnight). They were £25 lower for most of December, but at peak in November. Have been as low as £25-£40 (or nil when I joined!).

MKD


Thanks for the extra link but same result, I think it doesn't like me because I'm not using Windows :whistling:

Will have to take the chance on what the CB sites are offering when I do sign up, but even as a PAYG customer without the cashback it's still around the same as my current supplier but with better speeds which is really what I'm looking for, it's a shame my current ISP is so expensive for the same speeds as I've no complaints really, as in 3 yrs only had to phone up twice.
#26
Hi
I too am already a customer of 02 and my contract runs out on 21st Jan 2010. I had a small issue with them last November so have legit reason for moving on. I don't know if it will work, but I am intending to ask for my MAC code shortly and then get Mr stokerej to join up through the cashback site and get another 12 months very cheap Broadband. Its worth a go
#27
stokerej
Hi
I too am already a customer of 02 and my contract runs out on 21st Jan 2010. I had a small issue with them last November so have legit reason for moving on. I don't know if it will work, but I am intending to ask for my MAC code shortly and then get Mr stokerej to join up through the cashback site and get another 12 months very cheap Broadband. Its worth a go


I fear however it is doomed to failure as it'd be the same phone number for new contract as it had been for old contract BUT definitely worth a try. (Worth checking any small print on the Quidco/TopCashBack sites about the deal too.)

Nothing lost by trying as you say - as even if you were ultimately not paid the cashback you'd be no worse off as new contract prices are the same as ongoing contract prices and you'd potentially have blagged 2 months free.

Though o2 OFTEN allow you to have the freebie months JUST FOR ASKING for them - ie if you ring up saying you want a MAC as you plan to leave (which you could do now with no undue penalty as 30-days paid notice takes you beyond 21 Jan when you'd have met your commitment to pay for firstt 12 months) and see if they offer you the two months free HOWEVER I am sure you would be asked to commit to a fresh contract - ie a new 12 month paid commitment (and you wouldn't get any £back of course). AS mentioned above DONT use the word CANCEL as that would authorise o2 to cancel the contract and service in 30 days time which you probably don't want!

Incidentally your contract of course doesn't run out, just the commitment to pay for the first twelve months will have time lapsed on the first anniversary of your connection :-D

MKD
#28
Likely2
Thanks for the extra link but same result, I think it doesn't like me because I'm not using Windows :whistling:

Will have to take the chance on what the CB sites are offering when I do sign up, but even as a PAYG customer without the cashback it's still around the same as my current supplier but with better speeds which is really what I'm looking for, it's a shame my current ISP is so expensive for the same speeds as I've no complaints really, as in 3 yrs only had to phone up twice.


You may want to do some Googling about whatever platform you are on and Microsoft Windows Live Skydrive site as you would hope it isn't just YOUR PC that can't use their site.

There's nothing magic about the linked documents (a) just a bang up to date one-page comprehensive exposition of the net-costs & calculations and %s over the first year and ongoing (including against Be, which currently is the VERY premium priced sister company version!); (b) a summary of the Be -v- o2 differences (as there are technical & add-on extra ones) to help people compare the two brands - but the current version is a few months old/dated now and I need to revise anyway.
#29
a6unx
Cheers! In their site it says I need a Phone line. I dont have one at the moment.:? What do I need to join Madasafish Talk service?
In order to receive the Madasafish Talk service you require 4 things:
A non-cable phone line (e.g. BT, Homecall, Post Office or similar)


Well you need
a) a phone line installed/connected
b) a voice provider on that phoneline
c) then (eg) this broadband service on top of those

If you visit the [url]www.bt.com[/url] website and then HOME section tab (at top)
and within that the PHONE> section (middle of the screen)
and then NEW LINES (pink horizontal menu bar)
It says "A £124.99 connection charge (subject to survey) may apply for new lines but most people find they don't have to pay this. If it does apply, you will see this charge in on the order summary before you reach the checkout." It also goes on to explain how to avoid by buying a bundle of voice/broadband! But if it offers it you free anyway, then it's at least £11.54/m line rental ongoing.(In the past they offered it free IF you committed to 18months of a phone package.)

You MAY find a way to be sure of avoiding the £124.99 anyway by signing up with ANOTHER provider that uses a BT line (eg the ones you quoted).

MKD
#30
If you're signing up to this, make sure you clear your cookies before you go through quidco/tc, otherwise hotukdeals will get the cashback if you clicked through the 'go to deal' link. For £75+, it's definitely worth being careful.
#31
mk-donald
I fear however it is doomed to failure as it'd be the same phone number for new contract as it had been for old contract BUT definitely worth a try. (Worth checking any small print on the Quidco/TopCashBack sites about the deal too.)

Nothing lost by trying as you say - as even if you were ultimately not paid the cashback you'd be no worse off as new contract prices are the same as ongoing contract prices and you'd potentially have blagged 2 months free.

Though o2 OFTEN allow you to have the freebie months JUST FOR ASKING for them - ie if you ring up saying you want a MAC as you plan to leave (which you could do now with no undue penalty as 30-days paid notice takes you beyond 21 Jan when you'd have met your commitment to pay for firstt 12 months) and see if they offer you the two months free HOWEVER I am sure you would be asked to commit to a fresh contract - ie a new 12 month paid commitment (and you wouldn't get any £back of course). AS mentioned above DONT use the word CANCEL as that would authorise o2 to cancel the contract and service in 30 days time which you probably don't want!

Incidentally your contract of course doesn't run out, just the commitment to pay for the first twelve months will have time lapsed on the first anniversary of your connection :-D

MKD


Thanks for the advice. Will let you know how I get on.
#32
One tip I forgot to share:

If your line is, like most, only going to get upto 8Mbps modem synch...

As o2 Premium is the same net cost over the first year as the (more suitable on the face of it) o2 Standard, then you may as well sign up to o2 Premium as that leaves you ready in 12 months time to regrade down to a FRESH 12m contract at the lower/more-suitable o2 Standard subscription and POTENTIALLY to blag any offer THEN of free months too, and meanwhile you'll have had the extra online SMS and McAfee

(The o2 system - there's a specific section in the My Broadband A/c about Changing my broadband package - may ALSO offer you change to regrade down EARLIER than the 12 months too.)

MKD
#33
^ Was thinking about that my self, as it shows us as potentially getting 10mbs and obviously above the usual 8mb option, as you said it's the same price either way.

Nice pointer.
#34
andyinyorkshire
4 MONTHS FREE HERE!!!! (sorry shouting no time :( )

http://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk/promo.asp?kt=Solus~O2MSEPromo~Jan10~12~CID
#35
Have been a o2 mobile customer for over 15 years.....over all their service has been brilliant, not perfect otherwise they'd have nothing to learn or improve on.

I've been using O2 broadband for 2 years now and have moved address too, I get a discount on my monthly charge, have had no issues in terms of reliability, connection a small issue with speed after the move but that was my fault, however they contacted me to resolve the problem :thumbsup:

The only critizism I have is their policy of only being able to change your billing cycle once in a 3 month period which is applicable to both BB & mobile accounts. If their people make an error on your request (this happened to moi) then you have to wait 3 months to get it corrected.

If O2 really are considering providing land line connections I'd be very interested in reading more.
#36
Hot Hot form me. My BT contract due to expire in 2 months. Still cancelled it and got MAC: BT charging me £10 per month (instead of normal 20 per month contract) for next 2 months. Ordered Standard package via TCB. Tracked £75.75 within one hour
#37
I've had my phone/bb with Telewest (now Virgin) for 9 years now but I'm finally sick of paying over the odds for phone calls and a huge BB line that I simply don't need (I don't download anything at home, only browse).. today I put the ball in motion and ordered a BT line with the £124.99 fee waived as I'm moving from Virgin (the only slight downside being that you have ot stay with BT for 18 months otherwise they will charge you the fee pro-rata).

The BT line will be installed next Wednesday, I will then be signing up to the O2 deal for BB as I've had my mobile with them for donkeys years so might as well take up their kind offer of discount... and with Quidco I'm looking at free BB for 12 months and far cheaper phone calls.

Bye bye Virgin... hello big savings :)

H&R added (though I'd spotted this deal this morning before it was posted whilst looking around at BB offers)
#38
andyinyorkshire
[reference to a 4 months free at BroadBandChoicesUK]


If you ONLY want 4 guaranteed free months and ONLY on Standard then YES if you get there by midnight tonight per the T&Cs - thought it just possible you might get the 2 free months as well ?.
Clearly BrBaCh have done a deal with o2 to offer those 4months (while they presumably pocket the ££ referral from o2).

However nearly everyone would prefer a choice of packages with TWO guaranteed free months and the potential for £75/£100/£125 cashback themselves - :whistling: though I know there are some disdainful of £back who would just want those 4 months...

MKD
#39
Too bad not in my area as this is hot hot hot
#40
mahenraina
Hot Hot form me. My BT contract due to expire in 2 months. Still cancelled it and got MAC: BT charging me £10 per month (instead of normal 20 per month contract) for next 2 months. Ordered Standard package via TCB. Tracked £75.75 within one hour


Good implicit point there that SOMETIMES it's worth taking the hit of early cancellation fees especially if you're likely to get noticably higher speeds/throughput due to o2 home broadband being ADSL2+ based - ie UPTO 24Mbps down and 2.5Mbps up - even with my long/lousyish line I went from around 2.8-3.2Mbps on BTw & AOL upto 4.1Mbps on o2. (Migration will usually take 5-7 working days too, ie about half a month's worth of anyone's notice period too.)

As I cautioned before you always need to be careful with the CANCEL term with ISPs. You need the existing ADSL service to continue long enough to be migrated via the MAC and not marked for CANCELlation; otherwise you'll end up with 1-2 weeks without ADSL as your new ISP (eg o2) will only be able to put in an order to activate it afresh once it has been cleared and flagged as ADSLless.

MKD

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