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O2 Home Broadband Pro (12 Month), - £12.85 for O2 customers / £16.57 for non-customers per month + £125 Quidco cashback ! £2.44

£2.44 @ O2 Home Broadband
O2 Home Broadband, O2 Customers £17.13 per month * 9 Month + 3 Month Free = £154.17 - £125.00 (Quidco) = £29.17 (for the year) = £2.44 Per Month (Saving £176.28 (12 Month)) Non O2 Customers £2… Read More
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O2 Home Broadband,

O2 Customers
£17.13 per month * 9 Month + 3 Month Free = £154.17 - £125.00 (Quidco) = £29.17 (for the year) = £2.44 Per Month (Saving £176.28 (12 Month))

Non O2 Customers
£22.02 per month * 9 Month + 3 Month Free = £198.18 - £125.00 (Quidco) = £73.18 (for the year) = £6.10 Per Month (Saving £191.04 (12 Month))

O2 Home Broadband discounts

Pay Monthly Customers
To keep getting your discount, you have to stay on O2 Pay Monthly. If you end your Pay Monthly contract, we'll charge you the normal price for your O2 Home Broadband.

Pay & Go Customers
If you're on O2 Pay & Go, we'll give you the discount straight away on your first bill. To keep getting your broadband at this price, you need to:

* make sure your mobile works and that it can make and receive calls
* top up at least £10 in the three months before your broadband bill date. Your broadband bill date is three days before you get your bill. So if your bill comes on the 4th, your bill date's the 1st. We'll send you a reminder a few days before if you haven't topped up enough.

If you don't top up in time, you won't get your discount for that month. But you can still get a discount for the next month.

To check how much you've topped up over the last three months, text 'topup' to 61202 from your mobile. It's free.

- itsduke

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#1
Lovely.
#2
am liking this shame im tied in till april
1 Like #3
Was just about to post this! You have to exclude cashback from your deal price.

Bit more info on the package...

* Up to 20 meg download speed (subject to location)
* Dedicated Customer Service Number
* McAfee security software (for up to 5 computers)
* 500 free web texts per month
* Up to 2.5 meg upload
* Wireless N router


Use [url]www.topcashback.co.uk[/url] instead to avoid £5 Quidco annual fee
#4
meinnit
Was just about to post this! You have to exclude cashback from your deal price


+1 but you should get it
#5
Quoted price should not include cashback - can be mentioned separately though :)
#6
Also the VAT cut ends in Jan so you need to change your calculations to reflect this.

17.50*9=157.5-125=32.50/12=£2.71 per month
#7
Hot Hot Hot:santa: HnR 2 OP:thumbsup:
#8
Sounds very good. Anybody who use 02 like to comment on the general broadband speeds experienced. Also do you have to use their router. I really like my current router + I could sell the bundled printer and make the cost even cheaper!!
#9
ummm on second thoughts doesn't look quite so good having looked at reviews on ispreview.co.uk. Good if you don't mind suffering disconnects and poor connections speeds during peak times. Think I will stick with current ISP!
#10
sgrech
ummm on second thoughts doesn't look quite so good having looked at reviews on ispreview.co.uk. Good if you don't mind suffering disconnects and poor connections speeds during peak times. Think I will stick with current ISP!


Sad but true. I get an acceptable 3Mbps at about 7am in the week, which crashes to an impressive 0.5Mbps at 6pm. :?

Basically I'm now paying for speeds I got for free ten years ago on dialup... :cry:
#11
at this time of night I am getting 6mbps with naims.
#12
Artie
Sad but true. I get an acceptable 3Mbps at about 7am in the week, which crashes to an impressive 0.5Mbps at 6pm. :?

Basically I'm now paying for speeds I got for free ten years ago on dialup... :cry:


Are you on the Access or LLU package?
LLU is apparently very good and is what this offer is for.
It sounds like you are on the access package which is terrible (essentially BT's bandwidth rebranded as o2)
I'm on the Access package until Monday, when I should be migrated to Vivaciti and hopefully decent, 14+mbps, constant speeds, unlike O2 who seem to think dialup speeds are acceptable for £22 a month in 2009.

But yeah, there is a BIG difference in O2's packages.
#13
sgrech
Sounds very good. Anybody who use 02 like to comment on the general broadband speeds experienced. Also do you have to use their router. I really like my current router + I could sell the bundled printer and make the cost even cheaper!!

You can use your own router, but be warned they want it (or £50 i think) back when your contract ends.
#14
nadnerb;6943114
Are you on the Access or LLU package?
LLU is apparently very good and is what this offer is for.
It sounds like you are on the access package which is terrible (essentially BT's bandwidth rebranded as o2)
I'm on the Access package until Monday, when I should be migrated to Vivaciti and hopefully decent, 14+mbps, constant speeds, unlike O2 who seem to think dialup speeds are acceptable for £22 a month in 2009.

But yeah, there is a BIG difference in O2's packages.


I've heard bad things about the Access package too. Anyone care to comment? Static or dynamic IP?
#15
I'm on LLU package (same as one on offer here except I have standard) and haven't experienced any problems so far! Been connected 6 months now and no slowdown or outages yet.

Access package seems to be a different story. It runs on BT hardware who cannot seems to provide enough bandwidth for O2 to provide a decent service on Access exchanges. Definatly avoid the Access package but if you have O2 LLU at your exchange then give them a go!
#16
nadnerb
Are you on the Access or LLU package?


O2 Broadband: O2 Home Broadband Standard
IP Address: DYNAMIC
Maximum Sync Speed*: 3.5 meg

:whistling:

Just checked... 'course, it took a while to load the page :giggle:

Doesn't mention LLU, but I was under the impression that it is.

EDIT: Yup, LLU.
#17
omg... My o2 has just been activated last week.. with only £100 quidco....

by the way.. pro package is much better with much better wireless box.
#18
This should be 1000+ degrees, mental.
#19
o2 are crap - myself and my sister are with o2 (tied in a stupid 12 month contract) and both connections keep dropping, and they usually promise you a fast speed to begin with then drop it saying your line cant handle it.
#20
shaney1986;6945506
o2 are crap - myself and my sister are with o2 (tied in a stupid 12 month contract) and both connections keep dropping, and they usually promise you a fast speed to begin with then drop it saying your line cant handle it.


Access, rather than LLU?
#21
sgrech;6942606
Sounds very good. Anybody who use 02 like to comment on the general broadband speeds experienced. Also do you have to use their router. I really like my current router + I could sell the bundled printer and make the cost even cheaper!!

Use 02 superb! Had an issue setting up my router but on average am getting 14meg.
Paying £9.73 excluding any cash back deal that I got!
Very Happy!
#22
Hot if you have LLU at your exchange.
However if your offered the access package then avoid like the plague as you will suffer
12 months of torture on dial up speeds.
#23
ive been with o2 broadband for about a month now...
Got the £75 cashback and a few months free etc... worked out at £15 for the year!
Coupled with the post office for landline and my bill sare cheap as chips!

And.... O2 has ALWAYS been between 6mb and 11mb for me during peak and non peak hours!
Id reccomend them any day!
#24
My speeds on 02 were great for the first month too when i was on access.
But once past the 30 days get out without penalty period the speeds began to drop until they reached dial up speeds at peak times.
#25
Surprised this isn't hotter. Best O2 home broadband deal so far!
#26
Just signed up for the premier package myself. Says £100 cashback with quidco, has tracked already but only at £75. No biggie though, will take it up.

How do you check if your exchange is LLU compatible?
#27
senwar
Just signed up for the premier package myself. Says £100 cashback with quidco, has tracked already but only at £75. No biggie though, will take it up.

How do you check if your exchange is LLU compatible?


It would only have let you sign up for Access package if your exchange isn't LLU. You can confirm it here:

http://www.samknows.com/broadband/search.php
#28
meinnit;6946627
It would only have let you sign up for Access package if your exchange isn't LLU. You can confirm it here:

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

Thanks - comes up as LLU.

Cheers
#29
I'm on access and the speeds were great at first but on a night and weekends speeds are well down,i've been getting 0.3meg at night normally get 6.5meg.So if anyone signs up expect slow speeds at night and weekends on access
#30
Newbold
I've heard bad things about the Access package too. Anyone care to comment? Static or dynamic IP?


I suggest you read some of the hundreds of posts/threads on the O2 Support forum regarding Access.

As someone else has said the LLU service has a very good reputation but the Access package has REALLY gone downhill. Having said that I have been lucky enough for mine to behave itself this week.

I used to get 7.2Mbps at any time of the day, the last couple of weeks I was getting 0.3-0.6Mbps until around 2am. Now i'm getting between 3-5Mbps at peak times which is a vast improvement!
#31
Hmm .. sadly only for cable customers as usual ! For me it would be £25 cachback on a £17.33 a month deal if im an o2 customer with with 8mb maximum
#32
meinnit
I'm on LLU package (same as one on offer here except I have standard) and haven't experienced any problems so far! Been connected 6 months now and no slowdown or outages yet.

Access package seems to be a different story. It runs on BT hardware who cannot seems to provide enough bandwidth for O2 to provide a decent service on Access exchanges. Definatly avoid the Access package but if you have O2 LLU at your exchange then give them a go!


In fairness to BT that's what happens when an ISP oversubscribes and then doesn't pay BT for adequate bandwidth.
#33
Amazing price, O2 are great for broadband, I got £25 quidco when I signed up, and £70 when I signed my parents up, £125 back is a great deal!
#34
mdcdeve
Hmm .. sadly only for cable customers as usual ! For me it would be £25 cachback on a £17.33 a month deal if im an o2 customer with with 8mb maximum


It's not cable. It's LLU which is exchanges which can be handled by alternative ISPs
#35
Ah, I ordered Premium for £13.11 for the year (o2 customer + £75 Quidco) last week... Tempting to cancel and reorder Pro. :)
#36
Just wondering if this offer applies to existing O2 Broadband customers? I'm guessing not... cause, after reading other deals, for existing O2 Broadband customers, you'd have to disconnect and then reconnect which takes a minimum of 6 months as BT charge O2 a fee for doing so. :(
#37
Just to say... I am on LLU and it is fantastic... only pay up to 8Mbps, often get 9 or 10 Mbbs. Very nice deal too, although if you are an o2 pay monthly customer and ring them up they might take the cost to nil. They did this for me when I upgraded and for my sister when she saw the quidco deal and rang them. Apparently is cheaper for them to give it to you for free than pay the cashback!
#38
I only ordered Premium 2 days ago when it was £75 cashback for premium, now it's gone up to £100. Quidco has already tracked at £75, would they adjust it to the new cashback or can i cancel and signup again?
#39
Awesome broadband, **** router
#40
Anybody has any idea if this relates to the USB Internet stick also?

if not what would verybody recommend for the ebst usb internet stick?

if just moved into a new place-the phoneline has nit been activated as yet!

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