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Going to get o2 broadband...

MarzBarz Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
Just received my Mac code , quick question what's the best deal I can get? I'm going to use topcashback ,
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
you get a £5 per month discount for being a mobile phone user too.

If you're not maybe you should get a payg sim or something (?)

I got a 12 month deal that should have been £12.50 per month

I got the £5 per month discount

There was a special offer on of 2 moths free (so just pay for 10 out've 12)

Then I got £50 quidco cash back

So, for 12 months home broadband (that is 5 times faster than my old £13.99 a month BT broadband)

I paid (10 x £7.50, less £50) £25 for the whole year

Nice

Good luck

Bill
#2
It will depend on the maximum attainable rate of your line and the speed you want to pay for. The unlimited "upto" 8Meg service is £7.50 a month with the o2 discount. £90 for the year - £50 TCB and first 3 months free (£22.50) = £17.50 for a years unlimited upto 8 meg ADSL
#3
didn't think TCB gave cashback for broadband?

I went Quidco and got a PAYG 02 sim
#4
Thanks guys. I'll stick with my current router.
#5
If using TCB and QuidCo is offering more, by the time it's fully tracked which should be within 48hours, do a highest cashback guarantee enquiry, it should be approved and adjusted.

BeThere/O2 here for nearly three years, no problem.
#6
Thanks £75 cashback 3 months free, Not bad.
#7
MarzBarz
Thanks guys. I'll stick with my current router.


What router is it, as I wanted to keep my TP Link Router working, but couldn't fathom it out, and I'd like to think I'm good at that kind of thing!

Its not easy to set up certain routers with O2.
#8
bassman_uk
MarzBarz
Thanks guys. I'll stick with my current router.


What router is it, as I wanted to keep my TP Link Router working, but couldn't fathom it out, and I'd like to think I'm good at that kind of thing!

Its not easy to set up certain routers with O2.


Yeah ive just read online you need specific routers. Mines is a philips one. 3 years old or so but i love it been really reliable with good range.
#9
Its either a Speedtouch or a Thomson if I remember correctly, they are kinda ugly to look at, just a white square.

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