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Upto £10.00 discount @ O2 for exsisting O2 customers

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banned8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
I went to O2 and told them that i am an exsiting O2 customer. They gave me £10 off and if you trade in an old phone they will give you another £20 making a total discount of £30 instore only.

If you're not on O2 you can get free O2 simcard from the link below and get a £10 discount:

http://freesimo2.o2.co.uk/messages.php?f=vG2NKGGjq&p=7TUYBH&
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banned#1
£30 pound off your next purchase at O2 waht a dicount deal
#2
I don't get it exactly, is this for purchases?
banned#4


It does'nt say that you get a £10 discount if you're an exsisting O2 customer :thumbsup:
#5
Is it then possible to buy a phone for £29.99 for free?= trade in £20 + £10 for being an existing customer.
banned#6
no, it depend on the price of the phone ask instore for details
#7
I went in...Princes Quay, Hull

£10 off a phone

£2.50 for being an O2 customer

.....I must just have one of them faces
#8
i went in a couple of weeks ago and they ask for your number and check how much theyll give you - told me up to £10 and offered 3.50! not sure if its same deal though.
#9
i used this to get my new phone. he typed my number into his computer and told me i could have £21 credit put on my sim or £10 off the phone. went to pay for it and he ended up giving me both bargain. its based on how long you;ve been with o2 and how much you top up and how often etc.
#10
I just bought a new phone from o2, as I am already with them he checked my number and I got either £14 top-up credit or £7.00 off the price, I also traded in my son's old phone (doesn't even work) and got £20 for that, so I really got a £79.99 phone for about £46.

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