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Simple if you're in the Forces get upto £75 credited to your bill. Call the number below or go into an O2 Store with your F90.

Just to point out, you can get it for 5 of your 'non-military' family also.

The Promotion

The O2 Armed Forces offer is available to Armed Forces employees and up to 5 of their friends and family. Employees must have an Armed Forces ID, be aged 18 or over and be residents of the UK in order to participate in the promotion.
The promotion ends on 30/10/2012.
Employees can sign up to the scheme and receive their discount by:
Visiting an O2 retail store
Calling 08442 020202
Employees will need to quote their Armed Forces 8 digit Service Number in-store or over the phone to sign up to the offer. This number can be found on every official Armed Forces ID card.
This 8 digit Service Number can be shared with up to 5 friends and family. Friends and family can redeem the offer in store or over the phone. They will need to quote the 8 Digit Service number to redeem the offer.
The offer consists of the following:
£75 airtime credit on handset tariffs above £20 per month
£50 credit on handset tariffs less than £20 per month
£25 credit on 12 month Simplicity tariffs
£10 credit on one month Simplicity tariffs
Credit will be applied to the customer’s bill between day 60-90 of their billing cycle.
Participants will also be entitled to:
50% off O2 Pay & Go dongles
O2 Home Broadband from £8.50 per month
15% off O2 Travel Insurance
O2 Priority ticketing
Employees, and their friends and family will continue to benefit from the offer until their personal contract(s) are due for renewal
Benefits of the offer cannot be transferred and no cash or credit alternatives will be offered.
Any tax liability as a result of participation in this offer is the participants own.
O2 reserves the right to cancel or withdraw this offer at any time.
O2 reserves the right to change the terms and conditions and/or benefits at any time.
Standard terms and conditions for O2 services apply.
Promoter: Telefónica UK Limited, 260 Bath Road, Slough SL1 4DX.
Abridged T&C’s
The O2 Armed Forces offer is available to Armed Forces employees and up to 5 of their friends and family. Employees must have an Armed Forces ID, be aged 18 or over and be residents of the UK in order to participate in the promotion. The promotion ends on 30/10/2012. Promoter: Telefónica UK Limited, 260 Bath Road, Slough SL1 4DX.Terms apply. See o2.co.uk
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grit68
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol

# See comment 12


I see you back tracked on your comment, I have served in the army for my country, these brave individuals are doing a job and where they are deployed is not their choice. They will defend and kill insurgents when required to do so in defence of themselves or their comrads. O2 is honouring their loyalty and bravery and NOT rewarding them for killing people, bring back national service it will at least educate p*icks like you.
Well done O2 !! :) Heat added, although maybe it maybe should be the heat of a tracer round up superspeedys chuff!!


They are not brave just for being in the army, even less so for getting a good pay out of it.

Even when I was at school many lads went into the army as they thought of it as a career rather than doing it for their country, I also know a lad who left the para's as he said he disagreed with the politics etc.

I find someone brave who goes against the odds to help others not someone who is there out of choice, at least its not as bad the people you hear complain about soldiers actually getting used, i.e actually being SHOCKED that people are being sent then worry for them being on the front lines.

Just being in a bad situation doesnt make you brave or a hero, going over the call of duty does, people in the world wars were major heros as they were forced to go yet still fought for their country.

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18 Likes #1
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol

# See comment 12


Edited By: superspeedy on Feb 11, 2012 16:10: edit
6 Likes #2
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol

And?
12 Likes #3
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol

What a very crass and ill-informed comment. Kudos to O2 for offering this deal to those brave enough to put their lives on the line for those of us who don't.
7 Likes #4
GrumpyOldFella
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol

What a very crass and ill-informed comment. Kudos to O2 for offering this deal to those brave enough to put their lives on the line for those of us who don't.

I second that!!! well done 02

Edited By: video61 on Feb 11, 2012 12:08
#5
they do this for most emergency services but if u trust quidco they often do better deals imo.
#6
mcdexsta
they do this for most emergency services but if u trust quidco they often do better deals imo.

This isn't for new contracts so nothing to stop getting in addition to quidco. It comes from complaints about people being deployed and networks forcing them to still pay for contracts they couldn't use. They can now suspend contracts while overseas and this is a or deal to win back goodwill lost over it and take some of market from competition

Edited By: mrwhitelabel on Feb 11, 2012 12:28
#7
cheers OP. Just rang up and did it. He said the credit will go on to my account in 60-90 days :)
#8
Vodafone offer 20% on tarriffs above £20 I think it is.
#9
Yes Vodafone do 20% discount on tariffs over 20pm. But you have to fill a form in online and send it off within 30 days of renewing. It's called vodafone employee advantage scheme and is also available for loads of Companies not just forces. You can nominate friends and family too up to 5 numbers.
5 Likes #10
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol



What a d*ck !!!
8 Likes #11
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol


My comment was crude and slightly edgy (apologies to that), yet some of you show your annoyance to this kind of commentary but are happy to go pay and/or watch/ or accept or even laugh at commentary from comedians like Jimmy Carr/ Frankie Boyle & others talking about much cruder/ offensive and controversial topics relating to ppl with illnesses, death, or faith/ religion e.t.c. You'd be surprised how many decisions aren't acted upon when in a crowd or with mates.

Brilliant deal btw. Added heat!




Edited By: superspeedy on Feb 11, 2012 15:49: edit
2 Likes #12
We get the choice to watch these crude comedians..
We don't get a choice on what you decide to post!
2 Likes #13
We shouldn't even need people taking or risking their lives in the first place!!!!!
#14
Kazaam
We shouldn't even need people taking or risking their lives in the first place!!!!!

Perhaps not. But where do you think we would be without them?
5 Likes #15
A real killer deal this. Heat added.
#16
do you have to be in the army now?

because i was in breifly for a few months before injury in 1999. ive never gotten any benefits from it, other than the benefits i got from dwp.
2 Likes #17
heros.
2 Likes #18
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol


its a way of life someones got to do it and its not you sitting at home moaning about it! t*at
#19
Anyone tried this over the phone? Girl seemed a bit clueless and said I would have to go into a shop to get the discount.
#20
Kazaam
We shouldn't even need people taking or risking their lives in the first place!!!!!


We can't all afford the privillage of not getting the bus or tube in London.
#21
Think people need to chill out - I am sure it was a quick comment made by Super Speedy without thinking it through. Well done to O2 bout time people supported those that put their lives on the line so we can live in a free country.
2 Likes #22
Wonder if this deal applies to Irish republicans?!( lol!!)
#23
Good deal from o2, I remember getting my first contract from orange with a forces discount. Still cost me a fortune think I was on everyday 5 or something, you could only SMS the same network too.
1 Like #24
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol

# See comment 12


I see you back tracked on your comment, I have served in the army for my country, these brave individuals are doing a job and where they are deployed is not their choice. They will defend and kill insurgents when required to do so in defence of themselves or their comrads. O2 is honouring their loyalty and bravery and NOT rewarding them for killing people, bring back national service it will at least educate p*icks like you.
Well done O2 !! :) Heat added, although maybe it maybe should be the heat of a tracer round up superspeedys chuff!!
4 Likes #25
We are all heroes grafting for our families despite the odds.

Can we all have this?
1 Like #26
superspeedy
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol


My comment was crude and slightly edgy (apologies to that), yet some of you show your annoyance to this kind of commentary but are happy to go pay and/or watch/ or accept or even laugh at commentary from comedians like Jimmy Carr/ Frankie Boyle & others talking about much cruder/ offensive and controversial topics relating to ppl with illnesses, death, or faith/ religion e.t.c. You'd be surprised how many decisions aren't acted upon when in a crowd or with mates.



Try not to waste what's left of free speech by antagonising the very few that care enough about our freedom to risk their lives defending it.
#27
grit68
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol

# See comment 12


I see you back tracked on your comment, I have served in the army for my country, these brave individuals are doing a job and where they are deployed is not their choice. They will defend and kill insurgents when required to do so in defence of themselves or their comrads. O2 is honouring their loyalty and bravery and NOT rewarding them for killing people, bring back national service it will at least educate p*icks like you.
Well done O2 !! :) Heat added, although maybe it maybe should be the heat of a tracer round up superspeedys chuff!!

You've served yet your advocating the return of National Service which would lose us our status as a professional army (and IMHO the worlds best). NS would never work in Britain of today, as much as I love my country it is broken. Would you really want a charva or someone else that didn't want to be there walking point or on top mount when the 1st thing he's gonna do under a contact is cower and look after himself.
No one chooses to be deployed, however you know that when you join the army (and swear your oath) that it's highly likely you'll be deployed on ops. If you don't want to leave the comfort of the UK join the salvation army.

Nulli Secundus
#28
got family in the forces, do you think it will work if they give me there army number? or will they check the names?
#29
i just rang o2. Woman didn't know what she was on about, first she said it was for new contracts, then she said within 30 days of taking out a new contract, then she said you can't do it over the phone and have to do it instore?? I asked how was that possible if someone's in Afghanistan??
They're a bit clueless
2 Likes #30
chance189
Kazaam
We shouldn't even need people taking or risking their lives in the first place!!!!!


We can't all afford the privillage of not getting the bus or tube in London.


As far as I am aware, all the London bombers came from the U.K. and were of Pakistani heritage. Bit pointless sending troops into Iraq and Afghanistan don't you think! Stop being such a brainwashed bigots all of you and try to use your own brains.
#31
ukmonkey
got family in the forces, do you think it will work if they give me there army number? or will they check the names?


So it seems according to T's & C's. Off to get a 4s as soon as the wife allows....
7 Likes #32
I agree with what Jason Manford says. I'm glad there's mugs daft enough to join the Army otherwise they might introduce conscription and people like me would be forced to join instead.

And no you're not fighting for our freedom anymore these days. My granddad and his generation fought for our freedom in WW2. You lot are fighting (and dying) for the right of American contractors to make millions of dollars rebuilding countries like Iraq and Afghanistan.

Edited By: Taksim_Red on Feb 11, 2012 17:19
#33
superspeedy
superspeedy
Those on the front line, get a discount from killing people..lol


My comment was crude and slightly edgy (apologies to that), yet some of you show your annoyance to this kind of commentary but are happy to go pay and/or watch/ or accept or even laugh at commentary from comedians like Jimmy Carr/ Frankie Boyle & others talking about much cruder/ offensive and controversial topics relating to ppl with illnesses, death, or faith/ religion e.t.c. You'd be surprised how many decisions aren't acted upon when in a crowd or with mates.

Brilliant deal btw. Added heat!




Now you're a dick who gives an explanation why you're a dick. Well done.
4 Likes #34
GrumpyOldFella
Kudos to O2 for offering this deal to those brave enough to put their lives on the line for those of us who don't.
Well somebody else is ill-informed. As it's not war time no soldier is putting his life on the line EXCEPT for those dispatched in ''war zones'' (Afghanistan now, Iraq in the past etc). Well for those, if it's they have been dispatched voluntarily the word brave is not suitable; it's either 'opportunists' seeking better wages (though running a high risk losing their lives) or 'idiots' (or you might prefer softer 'naive').
Unless you believe that our troops out there STILL guarantee our security, and not be the muppets of the muppet-master.


Edited By: chemeng on Feb 11, 2012 17:42: correct spelling mistake
#35
chemeng
GrumpyOldFella
Kudos to O2 for offering this deal to those brave enough to put their lives on the line for those of us who don't.

Well somebody else is ill-informed. As it's not war time no soldier is putting his life on the line EXCEPT those dispatched in ''war zones'' (Afhanistan now, Iraq in the past etc). Well for those, if it's they have been dispatched voluntarily the word brave is not suitable; it's either 'opportunists' seeking better wages (though running a high risk losing their lives) or 'idiots' (or you might prefer softer 'naive').
Unless you believe that our troops out there STILL guarantee our security, and not be the muppets of the muppet-master.


All of the military have put thier life on the line as they can all be posted to these "war zones" at any time.
And are you saying the only people who join the military are "idiots" or people who just want money. What happened to wanting to serve your country?

Edited By: joelstevenson on Feb 11, 2012 17:43
2 Likes #36
anteater_sa
chance189
Kazaam
We shouldn't even need people taking or risking their lives in the first place!!!!!


We can't all afford the privillage of not getting the bus or tube in London.


As far as I am aware, all the London bombers came from the U.K. and were of Pakistani heritage. Bit pointless sending troops into Iraq and Afghanistan don't you think! Stop being such a brainwashed bigots all of you and try to use your own brains.

Well said! It's a masterstroke by the MoD to have so many people brainwashed just to justify their ridiculous ambitions. Now if the serving forces were conscripts on the other hand, that's when I would consider the term 'heroes', not simply people with no other shot in life or trained psychos.
#37
Obvious trolls are obvious.
#38
Thought the trolls would be drunk on their Special Brew by now. Guess they maybe keeping clear heads ready to join the dole queue on Monday.
2 Likes #39
Some people really need to treat this site with a bit less seriousness. The fact is it's a good deal surely even the people who aren't in the services can see that. It's not only benefitting people in the forces it's their friends and family. It's a site for deals not bureaucracy. I do wonder out of all the comments on this deal are actually part of or previous serving forces personnel?
#40
BTW Heat added

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