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Monthly charge £40
Contract length 1 month
Includes each month
Inclusive UK minutes to any UK network1 1000
Inclusive UK text messages2 1250
Inclusive UK browsing allowance3 1MB
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Choosing a tariff over £35 per month, select
Long Weekend Talk or Long Weekend Text

1. Inclusive minutes, any UK network
Inclusive minute allowance can be used for calls to standard UK landlines (starting 01, 02 or 03) and all UK network mobiles. It excludes calls to non-geographic numbers (starting 05, 08), 07744 and 07755 numbers and premium rate (09) numbers. The inclusive minutes can be used at anytime

Go throug quidco and get 35 pounds back.
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#1
I wander if you could do somthing similar on vodafone (£20 for a 30day contract) £82 quidco.... hmmm, tempting to test it out.

T-mobile is £10.80 quidco for a SIM Only connection and only £7.50 for the 3day contract :-D
#2
You do have to give 30 days notice to cancel...so if you just want to use it for the one month...then you have to call and cancel after you have made the order.
#3
valid point shortguy4u, in fact they will probably only accept your cancelation request in writing, alternately, ask for a PAC code and transfer it to a freebie payg sim.
banned#4
do we get quidco for this ? did some1 try this out ?
#5
yup according to quidco and o2 policies we should be getting this, bcz in quidco there is no minimum limit for contract. So fingers crossed i should b getting mine as this transaction is been already tracked in my quidco and should be validated soon.
#6
I have tryed it and cashback wasn't added automaicly may be it's my cockies
gR8_mUndA
do we get quidco for this ? did some1 try this out ?
#7
imanuk
valid point shortguy4u, in fact they will probably only accept your cancelation request in writing, alternately, ask for a PAC code and transfer it to a freebie payg sim.


I rang o2 on the 0800 number and the woman told me that they accept cancellation in writing or over the phone....but yes you could always ask for a PAC or a trasfer to PAYG.

Anyone know if it does work with the Vodafone ones...cos they are good as well?

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