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Evening & Weekend package:

£9.50 per month
Includes line rental
Unlimited evening and weekend calls to UK landline

Anytime package:

£12.50 per month
Includes line rental
Unlimited anytime calls to UK landlines, 0845 and 0870 numbers
Unlimited landline calls to over 20 international destinations

12 month minimum term contract.

To take O2 Home Phone you'll need to have a BT landline already installed at your property, so that we can switch you over. You'll also need to pick one of our home broadband packages - we don't offer O2 Home Phone on its own.
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#1
thanks been waiting for this for a while i am out of contract with bt now so gonna be signing up to this
#2
is there a minimum term
#3
Minimum term is 12 months
#4
cool gona ring up
#5
o2 broadband is the best at the moment. Their service and CS is also good. All those BT haters pack your bags and the bus is coming.....
#6
Already posted. LINK
#7
jeez the bolt on link on the main page goes to call charges, have to pick it on the left if you want price for caller id and voicemail....

I pay 11.50 for eve/weekend and call minder+caller id. this would be 2.75 on top of the 9.50 with o2.

alas bt is better value for me. this deal was a 12 month sign up
#8
now we just need a cashback deal ...
#9
Do you need to cancel BT first before joining this?
#10
its been live for ages ...
#11
baldude
o2 broadband is the best at the moment. Their service and CS is also good. All those BT haters pack your bags and the bus is coming.....


The best?? The best compared to?
#12
If you add on bolt ons then BT is cheaper.

Example...BT free eve/weekend call plan,paperless billing is £11.54 and includes 1571 and caller display.

O2....£9.50 + 1571 and caller display £2.75 = £12.25.....so worse off by 71p.

The best O2 option imo is the anytime call package for £12.50.(if you aren't bothered about any extra bolt ons.)

Please Note...You must combine it with O2 BB which starts at £7.50 a month ( to get this price you have to have an O2 mobile) otherwise an Extra £5 a month.
And its a 12 month contract.
#13
cruisecars
its been live for ages ...


Its been live since the 5th of May...Get your facts right

http://www.ispreview.co.uk/story/2010/05/05/o2-uk-home-phone-and-broadband-isp-service-bundles-available-today.html
#14
Is there Quidco for this yet? interested however it doesnt give you free call to mobiles at weekend like my current provider does (post office) otherwise would have signed up straight away without having to think about it
#15
been their broadband customer for a year, very impressed with the service

will sign on to their home phone, just gonna wait for their cashback deal now x
#16
Will be a good deal as im already with o2 B/B and PAYG so the anytime package will do me

thing is BT want me to cough up £7.50 pm for each remaining months left on my Eve/ Weekend calls contract , it runs out on Nov so will just wait till it ends , not paying them anymore than i have to.

good deal this ok, plus BT Eve and Weekend is 7pm to 7am now :-(
#17
Was interested in this when it came out a few days ago but then realised it'll cost more than BT/Sky would with the same option (1571, caller ID) so actually it's a pretty poor offering.
#18
baldude
o2 broadband is the best at the moment. Their service and CS is also good. All those BT haters pack your bags and the bus is coming.....


Shame about their wireless routers being insecure, though.
#19
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For info I called BT just before my 12 month contract for Free Evenings & Weekends was up and asked to be put on the basic package (no long term contract). A month later I phoned and asked what I needed to do to leave BT as I was going to move to Primus. Straight away I was offered the Free Evenings & Weekends (+ cheaper calls to mobiles) for £11.54 with a discount of £2.99 per month (shown as a £36 credit on 1st bill) making it £8.54 per month (this on a 12 month contract).

A number of people have been offered this deal on renewal as per: http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=1035651&page
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#20
ok so what happens if you want to change isp ?? """O2 Home Phone is only available when you have O2 Home Broadband """

and having to pay for caller id at 1.75 no thanks least with bt you know where you are
#21
baldude
o2 broadband is the best at the moment. Their service and CS is also good. All those BT haters pack your bags and the bus is coming.....


Not if its on O2 access its not.They are the worst BT wholesale ISP in the UK they advertise as unlimited but go over 10gb a month and you start getting warning letters.

http://forum.o2.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=40026
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paul_merton;8542304
Shame about their wireless routers being insecure, though.


Oh, the poor things! Do those naughty BT ones keep picking on them?
banned#23
Threaten BT with leaving. They'll immediately credit your account with £36. It means your stuck with them for a year, but it undercuts O2.
#24
I've got the broadband and have an O2 phone but I have the BT land-line and it looks like it is cheaper. Great if you want to keep in touch abroad I suppose. Good deal , hot.
#25
ms01483
Threaten BT with leaving. They'll immediately credit your account with £36. It means your stuck with them for a year, but it undercuts O2.


Nice one.
#26
I can't see what's special about this deal. I'm with Primus Telecom as sugested on here and I pay £9.51 for free weekend and evening calls inc line rental.
#27
paul_merton;8542304
Shame about their wireless routers being insecure, though.

most people have a firewall which eradicates the issues..
also you dont have to use there routers..
#28
About time!!! My parents want to jump ship from BT :p
#29
not a good deal... bolt on's far too expensive
1 Like #30
I have one of there routers and i have found it to be great and have a really strong wireless signal.
Why are they insecure?
#31
russ333
I have one of there routers and i have found it to be great and have a really strong wireless signal.
Why are they insecure?


+1

I'd like more info on this revelation too!
#32
it just annoys me how you always need a BT line first with all these deals....
#33
the o2 routers - O2 Wirelessbox II had a major security problem if i remember about September last year. O2 quickly fixed it by pushing out updated firmwares to all the boxes.

Now if you have O2 broadband and check on the router status, you would go to: http://o2wirelessbox.lan and it will ask you for a username and password. Previously when you went to that link, you got straight into the router.

There was obviously some technical know how on what you did when you got that, but I dont know the whole in's and outs of it:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/09/01/buggy_o2_routers/

O2 issued the following statement:

"Having been notified of a potential security issue with our O2 wireless box we have been working to find a solution. We have taken this issue very seriously and have been continuing to investigating it with the router’s manufacturer, Thomson.

"As a result we have identified a solution and we will be applying this remotely to all of our customers O2 wireless boxes. This means that customers will not have to take any action themselves."
#34
hippyharry

Now if you have O2 broadband and check on the router status, you would go to: http://o2wirelessbox.lan and it will ask you for a username and password. Previously when you went to that link, you got straight into the router.


That's not true. I use O2 router for over 2 years now, and it always asked for a password before displaying settings pages.
Even if it didn't, most of us use encrypted wifi, so no-one can connect to the router in first instance, let alone changing settings
#35
i presume for this deal you have to be in an unbundled area liek with there broadband etc? i can't see anything about it on there website
#36
vitek
That's not true. I use O2 router for over 2 years now, and it always asked for a password before displaying settings pages.
Even if it didn't, most of us use encrypted wifi, so no-one can connect to the router in first instance, let alone changing settings


If you read the article, it explains it all.
#37
I thought it was a great deal, when they called me to sign me up, they then told me that it was £3.00 for caller display and to block witheld numbers from calling. I was a bit miffed, cos it would be the same/slightly cheaper with BT. However, the convenience of one bill for BB and Home Phone was enough to swing it, works out £15.50 for anytime package, yet BT was £11.50 + £4.50 for anytime so I'm 50p better off!!
banned#38
My contract with Talktalk does anyone know if i am able to get this.
#39
How can I check BT's site to see when my contract ends?
#40
I am due to switch over to this in the next few days.

Am currently with SKy for TV and Broadband and BT for line rental.

When I cancelled the sky broadband by asking for the PAC code equivelent I mentioned to them I was only moving broadband at present but was unbundling from sky now to allow me to have a freesat box in the future as I didnt think the TV programmes on offer justified the £18 a month I pay.

Quick as a flash she reduced my bill down to £9 a month for the next six months with no commitment or tie in from me.

Interestingly enough I also received a letter last week (that I think went to all sky customers informing them that Broadband prices were dropping £2.50 across the board.

Shows that O2 launching onto the market is definately having an impact on other peoples prices.

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