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800 Minutes 1600 Texts and Unlimited Internet @ O2 for £19.58 (£10.52 after Quidco)
800 Minutes 1600 Texts and Unlimited Internet @ O2 for £19.58 (£10.52 after Quidco)

800 Minutes 1600 Texts and Unlimited Internet @ O2 for £19.58 (£10.52 after Quidco)

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O2 Simplicity are offering 800 Minutes and 1600 Texts PLUS a free Bolt On (either unlimited texts, weekend calls, landline calls, internet, wifi, o2 to o2 calls OR an extra 200 minutes) for £19.58 a month (to increase to £20 in January 2010) and quidco are offering £110 cashback on this. Although it is a 12 month contract and you don't get a phone, £10.52 (which is what it comes to) is a heck of a lot better than most other contracts offer you. The phones are normally third grade anyway and could be bought for 20-30 quid. There is NO REDEMPTION in this either which drives me up the wall as companies are essentially wanting you to miss the claims but what's the point of offering them in the first place then. O2 coverage is generally excellent and customer service seems reliable enough in the last year I have been with them. For a heavy user like me, it is the perfect deal!!!!!!!

Don't forget to go through quidco.

Also 600 mins + 1200 texts + a bolt on for £19.58 on a 30 day contract. - (Quidco is only 23.33 NOT 110! so please bear that in mind - skgwho)
- dcx_badass

Just to add to this to clear the confusion, Quidco seems to be taking 48 hours to track and even then it seems to be tracking at 23.33 not 110. Quidco is however tracking and the deal is still on Quidco so I can't think why Quidco wouldn't honour it. It might be a case of quidco tracking it as 23.33 and then changing it to 110 later. If everyone submitted a query on quidco (which you can do ONLY WHEN THE INITIAL ITEM TRACKS AT 23.33 or after 14 days are up), then quidco would resolve it themselves. Hope it helps.

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Is the link working ??

I am already on o2 with simplicity for £15 a month and less minutes, texts and bolt ons... Mmm... Is there anyway I can take my number with me on this?

And can the unlimited web be used for a laptop somehow?

Thanks ;o)

good deal

Original Poster

ought;4797404

I am already on o2 with simplicity for £15 a month and less minutes, … I am already on o2 with simplicity for £15 a month and less minutes, texts and bolt ons... Mmm... Is there anyway I can take my number with me on this?And can the unlimited web be used for a laptop somehow?Thanks ;o)



The contract is 19.58/month and with the 110 from quidco brings it down remember. You would need to take a new contract I guess if you wanted this deal.

alannaylor;4797403

Is the link working ??



works for me

Looks a very reasonable to me (heat added) and no faffing about with cash backs!

Been thinking about getting this contract for a while as I'm fed up with vodafone. Tried going through quidco to o2 but it says there is a tracking issue and I can't seem to access. Is anyone else having this problem? I can access all other sites fine.

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Haushinka;4797666

Been thinking about getting this contract for a while as I'm fed up with … Been thinking about getting this contract for a while as I'm fed up with vodafone. Tried going through quidco to o2 but it says there is a tracking issue and I can't seem to access. Is anyone else having this problem? I can access all other sites fine.



worked for me! :roll: drop quidco an email maybe?

Maybe it is just me then! I thought it was becuase I was at work. But I tried with tesco and it worked fine.

Would it be possible to use the unlimited internet through bluetooth on a PC

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robot1000;4797817

Would it be possible to use the unlimited internet through bluetooth on a … Would it be possible to use the unlimited internet through bluetooth on a PC



Im not sure. Some phones do have the facility so I can't think why not. Bear in mind though internet (atleast phone internet) may be very slow and has fair usage policy. The wifi should be considerably faster though! Could also buy adaptor and put sim card in wireless adaptor to use it that way I guess.

This sounds good to me, I might get this afterall.

Can I move from my current o2 simplicty monthly plan to this 12 month plan and keep my number?

What's the difference between unlimited wifi and unlimited web?

Hot deal!

GSP;4798041

Can I move from my current o2 simplicty monthly plan to this 12 month … Can I move from my current o2 simplicty monthly plan to this 12 month plan and keep my number?



Most likely not, last time I checked you can't port a number between the same carrier.

UberTiger;4798057

What's the difference between unlimited wifi and unlimited web?



Web means through the mobile network (3G or GPRS) so anywhere but expect speeds to not exceed 2mbps, WiFi means you have to be in a WiFi area but if you are then speeds are much faster.

Haushinka;4797666

Been thinking about getting this contract for a while as I'm fed up with … Been thinking about getting this contract for a while as I'm fed up with vodafone. Tried going through quidco to o2 but it says there is a tracking issue and I can't seem to access. Is anyone else having this problem? I can access all other sites fine.



I had a tracking issue with o2 on quidco. I got an email from quidco today saying that it has been paid today....26 months after I ordered the phone! :w00t:

Just signed up for this - already on a simplicity month-to-month deal for £15, but for the sake of the extra £5 a month I get a lot more texts/minutes - plus the cashback... Nice one.

Have to find out now whether I can port the number internally with O2.

Don't overlook the 1 month contract where you get 600 mins and 1200 texts plus the bolt on for the same price. You'd need to weigh up if an extra 200 mins and 400 texts is worth being tied in to a 12 month contract.

What phone do you get with this?

weiran;4798107

Most likely not, last time I checked you can't port a number between the … Most likely not, last time I checked you can't port a number between the same carrier.Web means through the mobile network (3G or GPRS) so anywhere but expect speeds to not exceed 2mbps, WiFi means you have to be in a WiFi area but if you are then speeds are much faster.



Shame about that, would be great if you could pick up an iPhone on pay as you go for 350 quid and then use this tariff - but the iPhone normally has unlmited web and free wifi doesn't it? Which you need to get the most out of it.

Gollywood;4798180

What phone do you get with this?



None, sim only.

UberTiger;4798057

What's the difference between unlimited wifi and unlimited web?



I believe 'unlimited wifi' gets you unlimited use of O2's wireless hotspots for phones wirelessly enabled and 'unlimited web' gets you unlimited mobile internet. The difference being 'web' is accessed over O2's phone network and 'wifi' is your standard wireless internet hotspot style method of accessing the web.

Also, as an alternative to this deal you can get 600 mins, 1200 texts + any bolt on for £19.58 per month (£23.33 quidco too) on a 1 month contract. For your bolt on you can have 200 extra minutes bringing it to 800 mins and 1200 texts. This is what i have soi'm not tied to a 12 month contract..

edit: both my points have already been covered :-D

robot1000;4797817

Would it be possible to use the unlimited internet through bluetooth on a … Would it be possible to use the unlimited internet through bluetooth on a PC



skgwho;4797942

Im not sure. Some phones do have the facility so I can't think why not. … Im not sure. Some phones do have the facility so I can't think why not. Bear in mind though internet (atleast phone internet) may be very slow and has fair usage policy. The wifi should be considerably faster though! Could also buy adaptor and put sim card in wireless adaptor to use it that way I guess.



Internet via Bluetooth is really good and as my per my expericnce its not aproblem. I use N95 with unlimited net access on O2 and at airport i have used it so many times with my laptop and the speed is very good (I am talking about 3G and not wifi). download speed is decent as well

****ing great offer!!

My O2 contract is ample for me but I pay £50pcm for this sort of deal.
The contract expires on the 6th June 2009 and my handset is working fine.

Almost tempted to sign up to this as I have only two months left at £50pcm and my handset is fine.
I have not seen another handset that would encourage me to start a new contract yet and none predicted for June 2009 either.

Hmmmm

Possible new iPhone in June/July 09 so the rumours say...

Goodman;4798231

Internet via Bluetooth is really good and as my per my expericnce its not … Internet via Bluetooth is really good and as my per my expericnce its not aproblem. I use N95 with unlimited net access on O2 and at airport i have used it so many times with my laptop and the speed is very good (I am talking about 3G and not wifi). download speed is decent as well


I can agree with the poster, I often tether my phone to my laptop to use the 3G connection. When I get full 3G signal (e.g. central London), the internet is fast. However, it is a bit laggy (as in takes time for the page to start loading, but once it does its really fast) due to the fact its going over 3G. I've managed to download stuff at around 100kb/sec using the 3G connection!

Unlimited web, means 200mb of data per month.

And no you cant use it as a modem, It's specifically against the terms. Technically you can but if you exceed their fair usage amount, they'll cut you off til next month (as they did with me).

meandog101;4798163

Just signed up for this - already on a simplicity month-to-month deal for … Just signed up for this - already on a simplicity month-to-month deal for £15, but for the sake of the extra £5 a month I get a lot more texts/minutes - plus the cashback... Nice one.Have to find out now whether I can port the number internally with O2.



Let us know how you get on as i'm thinking of doing the same thing - only interested if I could keep my number though.

This is a right deal. I'm gutted as I got the SIM last month when they were only offering £23 on Quidco :oops:
Heat added

for those of who are already on o2 and want to port your number to this new simlicity contract, can do so by going through a bit of a head-ache:
- get yourself a pay-as-you go sim from another provider, say vodaphone/orange (£10);
- cancel your existing contract/simplicity with o2 and port your number to vodaphone/orange;
- sametime setup the new simplicity deal with o2, and in a week's time you can then port your number back from vodaphone/orange.

i've done this many years ago but if it hasn't worked for someone lately, please feel free to abuse!!

NitrousUK;4798348

Unlimited web, means 200mb of data per month. And no you cant use it as a … Unlimited web, means 200mb of data per month. And no you cant use it as a modem, It's specifically against the terms. Technically you can but if you exceed their fair usage amount, they'll cut you off til next month (as they did with me).



Weird.. I tried to use mine as a modem and in no time it had a used up a couple of quid from my credit and disconnected. Didn't really work at all :-P

Nice deal... thinking about having this one for the data usage alone!

Heat Added!

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UberTiger;4798057

What's the difference between unlimited wifi and unlimited web?



Web is the internet on the mobile through O2 3G services. Wifi is the O2 link with Wifi services (6100 of them apparantly) like Cloud which you find at airports etc. which can be used for as long as the person wants.

Anyone know if you can switch between Bolt On's?

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smk77;4798170

Don't overlook the 1 month contract where you get 600 mins and 1200 texts … Don't overlook the 1 month contract where you get 600 mins and 1200 texts plus the bolt on for the same price. You'd need to weigh up if an extra 200 mins and 400 texts is worth being tied in to a 12 month contract.



true but its only for a month and you can't keep doing it again and again!

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mervinsx;4798401

for those of who are already on o2 and want to port your number to this … for those of who are already on o2 and want to port your number to this new simlicity contract, can do so by going through a bit of a head-ache:- get yourself a pay-as-you go sim from another provider, say vodaphone/orange (£10);- cancel your existing contract/simplicity with o2 and port your number to vodaphone/orange;- sametime setup the new simplicity deal with o2, and in a week's time you can then port your number back from vodaphone/orange.i've done this many years ago but if it hasn't worked for someone lately, please feel free to abuse!!



you can get the sim card free and if you switch to sim only deals check out dial a phone etc they seem to be offering cashback so you'd always get minutes

bear in mind there is normally 30 day period between porting and switching again!!!

smk77;4798170

Don't overlook the 1 month contract where you get 600 mins and 1200 texts … Don't overlook the 1 month contract where you get 600 mins and 1200 texts plus the bolt on for the same price. You'd need to weigh up if an extra 200 mins and 400 texts is worth being tied in to a 12 month contract.



The monthly offer doesn't attract the same cashback from quidco - it's only £23.33.

super deal!

wizball;4798504

The monthly offer doesn't attract the same cashback from quidco - it's … The monthly offer doesn't attract the same cashback from quidco - it's only £23.33.




lol..just notice that and was about to follow up. Thanks for beating me to it. :thumbsup:

Is there any idea when this deal expires?

As I'm currently on 600 minutes and unlimited texts for £20 with o2.

So will have to give the 30 days notice then sign up to this but hopefully it won't be expired by then.

Thanks.

skgwho;4798484

true but its only for a month and you can't keep doing it again and again!



You are still on the same 1200 mins and 600 texts in the 2nd month though! You don't need to do it again.
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