O2 50GB Sim only 12 months £30 p/m £360 (£70 Quidco cashback)
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O2 50GB Sim only 12 months £30 p/m £360 (£70 Quidco cashback)

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Found 25th Nov 2017
12 month Sim only on O2. Unlimited text, Unlimited min, 50 GB of data £30 a month. Get £70 Quidco cash back bringing monthly cost down to £24.16.
Total over 12 months £290
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I doubt qudico will pay this ...
laurynas.misevicius3 m ago

I doubt qudico will pay this ...

I don't do many of this cash back sites but interested why doubts?
Cheers
Why does it read as though you get £360 cashback from Quidco??
Original Poster
twinkle24 m ago

Why does it read as though you get £360 cashback from Quidco??


No £360 is total over 12 months. Cashback is in brackets. It's been altered by mod
Where's £90 quidco? I see £70 simo £30+ contract
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4adeadpoet2 m ago

Where's £90 quidco? I see £70 simo £30+ contract


I have changed it apologises. The totals are the same. £360 before cashback £290 after and still £24.16 a month
This is hot ?? Voda charge £41 for 40GB
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seaniboy51 m ago

This is hot ?? Voda charge £41 for 40GB


I can't understand why it's cold.
Nothing cold about that
Smadmad1 h, 46 m ago

I can't understand why it's cold.


They want 50GB for £20 like Virgin Unlimited 4G lol....then there is reality! That’s a amazing price for o2 if you need o2 signal, £1 a day is nothing, with mins/texts - Vodafone data sim is £30 for 50GB
Edited by: "seaniboy" 25th Nov 2017
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seaniboy11 h, 54 m ago

They want 50GB for £20 like Virgin Unlimited 4G lol....then there is …They want 50GB for £20 like Virgin Unlimited 4G lol....then there is reality! That’s a amazing price for o2 if you need o2 signal, £1 a day is nothing, with mins/texts - Vodafone data sim is £30 for 50GB


With cashback this works out at 80p a day. I have had 2 transactions with O2 in the last year and never had a problem with cashback through Quidco. Virgin don't like you tethering data.
Maybe one of the cold voters could shed some light on the cold votes
Smadmad47 m ago

With cashback this works out at 80p a day. I have had 2 transactions with …With cashback this works out at 80p a day. I have had 2 transactions with O2 in the last year and never had a problem with cashback through Quidco. Virgin don't like you tethering data.Maybe one of the cold voters could shed some light on the cold votes


Probably paying £1 a day headline rate. It’s a great deal, I’ve never seen so much for so little on o2!
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seaniboy40 m ago

Probably paying £1 a day headline rate. It’s a great deal, I’ve never seen …Probably paying £1 a day headline rate. It’s a great deal, I’ve never seen so much for so little on o2!


I brought a note 8 and got this deal for myself.
Smadmad18 m ago

I brought a note 8 and got this deal for myself.


If Virgin had not offered Unlimited 4G for £20 I would be on this o2 deal even with no 4G indoors at home I still would have for data out and about
Edited by: "seaniboy" 26th Nov 2017
I pay 27.50 month for 50GB/month with EE
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mikebo135 m ago

I pay 27.50 month for 50GB/month with EE


With cashback this is £24.16
Edited by: "Smadmad" 26th Nov 2017
Smadmad1 h, 17 m ago

With cashback this is £24.16


For 12 months then it costs more. Plus EE is a better network
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mikebo12 h, 36 m ago

For 12 months then it costs more. Plus EE is a better network


That's subjective to who is better. I can't get a EE signal at home or where I work. Besides I can't see your deal online EE do 40gb for £44.99
Edited by: "Smadmad" 26th Nov 2017
mikebo12 h, 5 m ago

For 12 months then it costs more. Plus EE is a better network


EE is not a better network it's a awful network I have both and EE I'm rare to get signal...
100gb unlimited mins,text £20 p/my with three
Smadmad11 h, 34 m ago

That's subjective to who is better. I can't get a EE signal at home or …That's subjective to who is better. I can't get a EE signal at home or where I work. Besides I can't see your deal online EE do 40gb for £44.99


Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, EE has the better overall network coverage across the country. It was 2 years ago I took out the deal.
ahmed30467 h, 21 m ago

100gb unlimited mins,text £20 p/my with three



i wouldnt touch 3 even at that price
cruisecars2 h, 10 m ago

i wouldnt touch 3 even at that price

That's your personal choice pal..I was just pointing out a far cheaper deal + with no fair usage policy at all!!
cruisecars2 h, 12 m ago

i wouldnt touch 3 even at that price


I ordered the Three deal over the weekend. What’s so bad about Three
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ahmed30469 h, 45 m ago

100gb unlimited mins,text £20 p/my with three


I would rather stick needles in my eyes then join 3. The coverage is terrible 2 meg download speed in central London. Poor reception around London. My experience with them is very bad. On top only 30gb tethering. But if it works for you
Edited by: "Smadmad" 27th Nov 2017
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mikebo15 h, 52 m ago

Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, …Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, EE has the better overall network coverage across the country. It was 2 years ago I took out the deal.


Well it is subjective like I said. I never got a good signal on EE so I think O2 are better. Like said on the website 40GB is 40 + a month so please show me this amazing deal I can get with EE
Smadmad2 h, 2 m ago

I would rather stick needles in my eyes then join 3. The coverage is …I would rather stick needles in my eyes then join 3. The coverage is terrible 2 meg download speed in central London. Poor reception around London. My experience with them is very bad. On top only 30gb tethering. But if it works for you

30gb is more than sufficient for alot of users just not enough for cheapskates that like to use it as there home broadband rather than getting a separate broadband to connect ps4 laptop etc..hence why three stopped there unlimited tethering!!I'm sure if you lived in another area with better reception you'd probably think that was a good deal.
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ahmed304634 m ago

30gb is more than sufficient for alot of users just not enough for …30gb is more than sufficient for alot of users just not enough for cheapskates that like to use it as there home broadband rather than getting a separate broadband to connect ps4 laptop etc..hence why three stopped there unlimited tethering!!I'm sure if you lived in another area with better reception you'd probably think that was a good deal.


Well I wouldn't be able to use it as home broadband I'd be better off with dial up the speed I got. It was multiple areas that I struggled with coverage and speed. I use a lot of data across multiple devices so 30gb isn't enough for me
mikebo112 h, 53 m ago

Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, …Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, EE has the better overall network coverage across the country. It was 2 years ago I took out the deal.


They aren't better, you're measurement system is narrow minded and flawed.

This was the original deal. Given that it was 2 years ago and data is now cheaper, this isn't really a good deal IMO.

hotukdeals.com/dea…149



Smadmad7 h, 1 m ago

Well it is subjective like I said. I never got a good signal on EE so I …Well it is subjective like I said. I never got a good signal on EE so I think O2 are better. Like said on the website 40GB is 40 + a month so please show me this amazing deal I can get with EE



mikebo112 h, 53 m ago

Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, …Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, EE has the better overall network coverage across the country. It was 2 years ago I took out the deal.

Smadmad7 h, 18 m ago

Well it is subjective like I said. I never got a good signal on EE so I …Well it is subjective like I said. I never got a good signal on EE so I think O2 are better. Like said on the website 40GB is 40 + a month so please show me this amazing deal I can get with EE


EE is 30.50 a month for 50gb
shop.ee.co.uk/don…ils

Look it is a better network
simsherpa.com/net…-o2
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mikebo129 m ago

EE is 30.50 a month for …EE is 30.50 a month for 50gbhttps://shop.ee.co.uk/dongles/pay-monthly-mobile-broadband/4gee-wifi/detailsLook it is a better networkhttp://www.simsherpa.com/networks/compare/ee-vs-o2

Really???? You are starting to annoy me now. The example you have given is a mobile internet dongle, how do I make calls or send texts with that without anything other than data included. EE sim only that compares to the O2 is 44.99 but has less data.
I don't care what that link says about who is the better network I couldn't get a ee signal at home or work.
Smadmad1 h, 50 m ago

Really???? You are starting to annoy me now. The example you have given is …Really???? You are starting to annoy me now. The example you have given is a mobile internet dongle, how do I make calls or send texts with that without anything other than data included. EE sim only that compares to the O2 is 44.99 but has less data.I don't care what that link says about who is the better network I couldn't get a ee signal at home or work.


Oh, I don't really care if you are annoyed. Put the sim in your phone and you can call/text who you want.
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mikebo115 m ago

Oh, I don't really care if you are annoyed. Put the sim in your phone and …Oh, I don't really care if you are annoyed. Put the sim in your phone and you can call/text who you want.


And pay through the nose if do that.
Smadmad21 h, 17 m ago

And pay through the nose if do that.


Not really, most people have figured out that texts and minutes are pretty much pointless when you have a data connection. You'll catch on one day.
Smadmad43 m ago

Well you are wrong and boring me now. Besides why would I listen to …Well you are wrong and boring me now. Besides why would I listen to someone who spouts on about EE then takes out a Vodafone contract. Twat


The Vodafone contract was for the Mrs, it was a good deal unlike this one.
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mikebo120 m ago

The Vodafone contract was for the Mrs, it was a good deal unlike this one.


😪😪😪😪😪😪
Smadmad1 m ago

😪😪😪😪😪😪


Its still available to take up
ahmed304627th Nov

100gb unlimited mins,text £20 p/my with three


Unlimited 40MBPS 4G EE on Virgin £20, you are the weakest link...goodbye



mikebo127th Nov

Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, …Not really, whilst there may be some localised areas where o2 are better, EE has the better overall network coverage across the country. It was 2 years ago I took out the deal.


That’s subjective, 2G coverage on o2 is probably better as EE used 2G spectrum for 4G - not always good on EE if its remoteish areas as 2G is better for calls and texts the whole point of a mobile phone and hopefully data, Scotland past central belt is a problem as no network has great coverage its patchy outside main cities, up north I carry two phones one a basic dual sim and the 4th Vodafone payg sim in my wallet. Honestly it’s a nightmare up north Scotland you can have miles between any signal or even on the same network.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 29th Nov 2017
mikebo17 h, 39 m ago

Not really, most people have figured out that texts and minutes are pretty …Not really, most people have figured out that texts and minutes are pretty much pointless when you have a data connection. You'll catch on one day.


Na millions rely on calling public services, they live in the 1960s by majority
Edited by: "seaniboy" 29th Nov 2017
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