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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
Hi all

I bought the deal on this offer and I have just had the confirmation from o2 that I am on a £15.50 a month Pay Monthly tariff for 24 months.

All the data and text/call allowances are right, but my contract was for £21.50 per month with (with a redemption of 10 months free), not £15.50.

Does this sound right to you guys? I am a newbie to mobile phone contracts so please excuse me if this is a stupid question.


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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago

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Had a quick look and it looks to be £21.50 per month and then for 10 months you claim £10 back.

Dont know how you get your cashback though or what months it applies to.

Edited By: gavjbrown on Jun 09, 2011 20:18
The way I read it is:

£21.50 per months for 24 months = £516

The redemption is £21.50 x 10 = £215

This brings the total bill down to £301

I have had confirmation from o2 that it will be £15.50 per month, which means 24 x £15.50 = £372. If the redemption remains the same (i.e. £21.50 x 10) this brings the total bill down to £157.

It seems weird and I feel that I am missing some piece of crucial information!
Are you paying your monthly bill to O2 or ?
My first bill was from o2.
Happy days then, just be sure to mark the redemption cut-off dates clearly in your calendar - don't want to miss out on any of that cash back.

Personally I am not a big fan of these cash back betting schemes or 24month contracts.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Jun 09, 2011 22:04
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bit of advice, might be better to e-mail the bill to them

link for which month -

link for e-mail -

Edited By: Joey Bloggsy on Jun 09, 2011 22:08
Nice one, very helpful!


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