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Good Deal with O2?????

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
My Contract ris up for renewal with O2, and seem some good ones about. Has any one got any tips in order for me to get a decent deal off them. Ive rung up once and wouldnt budge on anything, but has any one else tried anything?

Looking at a iPhone 3gs (which i doubt i could afford), or Blackberry Bold 9700 on £30 a month.

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago

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o2 have stopped giving loyalty discount from what i've read on the o2 forum do don't expect any amazing deals.

i'm currently paying £27/m for 2000 minutes and unlimited txts, this will go up to £75/m when my contract is renewed next month, obviously i wont be paying that so i'm going with a smartphone plan as i'm getting the desire. £30/m with 600 minutes, unlimited txts and internet

as for tips, i usually mention vodafone, tmobile etc even if you have no plans to change provider, just make up some plans and hopefully o2 will match them
I tried mentioning other plans and wouldnt have any of it. Orange are offering a better contract for £30 a month with 600 mins, unlimited texts and i think internet as its on there panther 35 plan (i assume you get unlimited email and internet) can any one confirm this.
They've stopped their loyalty discount. Here's an example.
Link doesnt seem to work. Guess it means ive got no leg to stand on then do you think??? They did say i can go on a simplicity contract till a good deal comes out, or a new iPhone but then still going to be expensive
o2 is the only place where unlimited means unlimited as far as i know, the other places cap you at 500mb or something around there. o2 goes by the fair usage policy and will tell you if you keep going over it, i read somewhere that orange charge you the second you go over.

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