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Free Home Broadband + o2 home phone for only £7.50 per month @ o2
Free Home Broadband + o2 home phone for only £7.50 per month @ o2

Free Home Broadband + o2 home phone for only £7.50 per month @ o2

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Just phoned o2 to tell them i was switching to sky,when i was offered free b/band for 1year and o2 home phone for only £7.50 per month + calls or pay £5 per month for free calls, Plus new updated router

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...and now watch your internet grind to a halt.

Would be good to mention which BB package you got. £12.50 per month sounds about normal price for phone and 20gb limited BB (as retainer).

Edited by: "pet2000" 15th Apr 2011

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all rounder

My contracts up in June, I just had my price reduced via credit on my bill as I complained about the recent price rises, and I won't move from my legacy package to one of the newer ones

ummm my price keeps going up and up with mobile aswell
hate it but everything going up

I got this deal a couple of months back and have noticed no difference in my speed.

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Plus new updated router

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why cold??? cheaper phone and b/band deals?????

I don't get this voting?! Voted hot fro. Me. O2 bband is pretty awesome

Don't know why cold,voted hot from me oO

We've been with O2 for about 3 years now, paying £7.50 a month (because I'm on O2 pay monthly).

Was going to renew my contract to try get some free months or something, but after reading on here it seems that if you renew your contract then they will place you on one of their new contracts.
The package we are on now has unlimited downloads, whereas the new packages are restricted so I've just left mine as it is, can't be agged with the hassle.

I don't know if there is any other difference between the old and new packages (anyone else know?) but that probably explains the cold votes, as well as the fact that the deal is only available to existing customers who are out of contract.
Edited by: "Mrs.Z" 15th Apr 2011

My current package is COMPLETELY unlimited BB. The new packages are 100GB per month, plus they use traffic shaping on all p2p traffic.

I'm not moving from my current deal.

You should stay on your unlimited package if you can. ALL new packages are limited, even though o2 says "download as much as you want". This is a lie and you only find out when you read the "fair user policy". If you want to use P2P (torrent) downloads you better look for another ISP because o2 basically doesn't allow them (severely slowed down to dial-up speed).

Because o2 doean't reveal those facts when you sign up, I will always vote cold on o2 offers. The only way o2 will listen is when people vote with their feet.

o2 used to be good but is now gone completely seedy, and operates barely legal.


Edited by: "pet2000" 16th Apr 2011

pet2000

You should stay on your unlimited package if you can. ALL new packages … You should stay on your unlimited package if you can. ALL new packages are limited, even though o2 says "download as much as you want". This is a lie and you only find out when you read the "fair user policy". If you want to use P2P (torrent) downloads you better look for another ISP because o2 basically doesn't allow them (severely slowed down to dial-up speed). Because o2 doean't reveal those facts when you sign up, I will always vote cold on o2 offers. The only way o2 will listen is when people vote with their feet. o2 used to be good but is now gone completely seedy, and operates barely legal.


what you mean doesnt allow them???i downloaded about 40 movies though bitcomet torrent.i cant watch this when o2 insall a new line n broadband?u sure?

I got my daughters best friend a onesie from u.s as a birthday present,as she's over 6ft tall no where stocks them here? It cost an extra 15 quid before we could pick it up!!!
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