UPDATED O2 Mobile broadband 3gb, £9.79 for 4 months, then £14.69 a month and a HUGE £150 from quidco, plus get a free Sony Ericsson T280i Mobile phone - HotUKDeals
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O2

Our product offering online is excellent and we stock only the latest and most in demand phones on the market. We offer fantastic MMS enabled phones all with FREE text messaging* and GPRS. Our range of phones are sure to please even the most discerning customer.

For genuine tracked transactions completed wholly online, you can earn:
£23.33 for SIM only products
£35 for Pay Monthly (Contract) (single commission per order basis)
£3.50 for Pay-As-You-Go (single commission per order basis)
£150 for a 24-month contract on 3GB mobile broadband
£100 for an 18-month contract on 3GB mobile broadband
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O2 Mobile Broadband 24 months

Minimum contract:
24 months

Monthly cost:
£9.79 per month

Allowance:
3GB is roughly enough to do the following:
Hours spent browsing (daily) - 2 hours
Emails sent & received (daily) - 125
Music downloads (per month) - 25
Video downloads (per month) - 45 mins
Software updates / downloads (per month) - 2

Unlimited Wi-Fi
Offers you the following:
Access to over 6,100 Wi-Fi hotspots in the UK (with The Cloud)
For single (and personal) device use only
Subject to excessive usage policy

Charges outside your allowance:
Any data used above 3GB will be charged at 19.6p per MB. Excessive Use policy applies to Unlimited Wi-Fi. Full terms apply.

Costs when abroad:
Your allowance applies for use in the UK only and we do not recommend that you use mobile broadband abroad to avoid high charges.
If you do wish to use mobile broadband abroad, then we recommend that you take our Data Abroad 50MB Bolt On for £48.95. (You can purchase Data Abroad bolt ons by calling customer services). Data used outside of this allowance (or if you have not purchased a data bolt on) will be charged at £2.94/MB in the EU or £6/MB outside of the EU. So downloading a 4MB music track could cost you either £11.76 or £24 depending on where you are in the world.
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#1
What if you don't get Quidco? You're locked into a 24 months contract! Too risky!
#2
£180ish for the term IF quidco comes through so £7.50/month.

Ok deal but very risky relying on quidco for that sort of amount.
#3
You get a 50 day happiness guarantee with the o2 Mobile Broadband so if your Quidco isn't tracking and hence your £150 is uncertain, you could take advantage of that guarantee to bale out without that major loss.

There's an extra discount opportunity too against o2 HOME Broadband (ie wired over your BT line) which would reduce that net cost a bit more IF you need wired as well as wireless broadband.
#4
24 month contract - not for me I'm afraid. Might be the *possibility* of 150 smacker now, but SO not worth paying this much over 24 months for it. MBB prices keep on dropping, so locking in this long is foolish IMO.
#5
Painfully slow service and Quidco isn't guaranteed
#6
I have been after a mobile broadband contract for a while, but dont think this is it. I keep seeing new and better deals cropping up, so I dont want to enter into any contract over 12 months. Personally i am waiting for the pay as you go option to get a bit cheaper.

It's also worth looking at 3's mobile broadband deals. Go through quidco, you get cashback AND 25% discount each month! Better deal me thinks
#7
I was with 3, tried O2 briefly then went back to 3. Speed is top notch and coverage is very good, I think now that 3 has combined networks with T-Mobile they have the best coverage
#8
Tillboy
I was with 3, tried O2 briefly then went back to 3. Speed is top notch and coverage is very good, I think now that 3 has combined networks with T-Mobile they have the best coverage


So 3 now uses the T Mobile network when 3 is unavailable. Is this correct?
I thought they used O2 or has it changed very recently?

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