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Join O2 Home Broadband and we'll both get £20 to spend at Amazon, lastminute.com or give to charity, or £35 to spend at Red Letter Days.

Something other than quidco I guess....at least you both get something out of it.

* NB : Please don't offer or request referrals in this thread, as it would be a breach of forum rules.
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#1
I think most people would prefer to get £50 £70 £100 of £back to getting a 2 x £20 vouchers, though clearly if/when the £backs fall this offer could be more worthwhile.

INTERESTINGLY the referer does NOT need to be an o2 home broadband subscriber, so ANYONE joining can just get a family member to refer them - ie CAN keep both £20's "in the family" and per the T&C's you should get the voucher codes within 1.5m of joining, whereas £back usually takes about 3m to get dolled out; and of course if the referral scheme fails to register you have o2 to moan at and SHOULD get satisfaction, whereas £back moans involves a 3rd party with no guarantee of satisfaction.

For details of the £backs available and the o2 home broadband offerings I try to keep features/net-cost documents upto date at (with no info on this deal yet as I'll wait to add it on 1/3 when the o2 free 2 months offer is due to be revised):
http://cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/o2%20Broadband%20-v-%20Be%20There%20Broadband

(The refero2 website looks to be legitimate and is registered to Telefonica though the referal email's security certificate has issues in ThunderBird3 email - and personally I haven't seen an o2 announcement about it yet. If it was an attempt by someone to blag £back referrals for themself it would be fairly shortlived and likely to fail as the Bring a Friend has that 1-1.5m timeline where £back payouts by o2 would be longer timescale. I have spoken to o2 about the Security Certificate errors and they said the site was genuine and would look into the errors.)

MKD
#2
I wouldnt recommend O2 broadband to my worst enemy.

cold from me
#3
chrissafc
I wouldnt recommend O2 broadband to my worst enemy.
cold from me


I am GUESSING that you had a bad experience with o2 Access, their resold BTwholesale ADSLmax product with unlimited downloads which attracted so many users that their bandwidth got congested and they introduced traffic management (on o2 Acccess only) which some users obviously are unhappy with ?

I believe o2 Access remains the runt of the litter, but o2 home broadband is mostly based on the Be/o2 LLU (Local Loop Unbundled) network - ie o2 Standard/Premium/Pro - and they have almost universally happy customers (let alone at the excellent VFM you can get with the £back offers).

MKD
#4
mk-donald
I am GUESSING that you had a bad experience with o2 Access, their resold BTwholesale ADSLmax product with unlimited downloads which attracted so many users that their bandwidth got congested and they introduced traffic management (on o2 Acccess only) which some users obviously are unhappy with ?

I believe o2 Access remains the runt of the litter, but o2 home broadband is mostly based on the Be/o2 LLU (Local Loop Unbundled) network - ie o2 Standard/Premium/Pro - and they have almost universally happy customers (let alone at the excellent VFM you can get with the £back offers).

MKD


You guessed right, Biggest mistake ever. Their customer service is horrendous though.
#5
has anyone tried this scheme, can be used by the members of the same family residing at the same address ?

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