O2 Broadband deal for existing customers - 6 Months free and £100 Quidco
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O2 Broadband deal for existing customers - 6 Months free and £100 Quidco

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Found 24th Oct 2011
O2 have an excellent broadband deal for existing customers.
I've just signed up for the 'All Rounder' package at a cost of £12.50 per month
If you've been with O2 for 2 years or more then you get 6 months free, a total of £75 per year
Quidco are currently paying £100 cashback so you will make £25 profit

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I don't think you would qualify for quidco !

is quidco not just for new customers?

new customers only me thinks
also ive heard on here that they throttle your speed on the all rounder and limit the download?
when i rang a few months ago they left mine at £6.95 forever a month for unlimited old tariff £83.40 per year? only £8.40 a year dearer for unlimited
But please correct me if im wrong
pete

re hash of an old thread i did
and it worked then

i signed my sister up for it and she got £100 quidco and 6months free. She signed up for the 3 month first of all that new customers get, then customer services contacted her to say she could have 6 months as an existing customer

This offer (6 months free) is only available over the phone so no quidco

mrwhitelabel

re hash of an old thread i didand it worked theni signed my sister up for … re hash of an old thread i didand it worked theni signed my sister up for it and she got £100 quidco and 6months free. She signed up for the 3 month first of all that new customers get, then customer services contacted her to say she could have 6 months as an existing customer



I am going to do that then. I am currently on £14.50 a month for something like all rounder anyway and even if I get 6 months for free and don't get the £100 from quidco that's a good deal for me.
Cheers for the tip mrwhitelabel and thanks for the post deg. Voting Hot.

I’ve been out of contract with them for 7 months and they haven’t even bothered to contact me,
I’m not to concerned though, due for fibre to the cab in the next 6 months and they are not giving that as an option so it will be time to go elsewhere when that’s available.

Yes........dont go for O2. They block speed of downloads.

Allrounder pack is 17.5 per month and not 12.5.........12.5 only if your have an O2 mobile which u have to recharge for 10 bucks every three months.

I signed up for the 6 months free recently, you don't get quidco as you have to do it over the phone. Also be careful, if you move to one of the new packages they do block download speeds.

When you call them, ask them to remain on your existing package, which for me was O2 Home Broadband Premium (where downloads speeds are not blocked). They allowed me to stay on that package and still claim the 6 months free, however I'm now tied in for another 12 months.

I can see now, that you can't do it online but over the phone only, and it is £17.50 so gonna give it a miss as I am on a old deal with really unlimited package.
May wait till some good offer from BT or Virgin comes out and sign for a fibre optic high speed one as both of them are available in my area.

1. No cashback if you are on a contract already!
2. You can only sign up if you are on a 30 day contract (not if your initial 12 months contract hasn't run out).
3. You need to upgrade to a higher package.
4. iammienta, all packages are unlimited now (only P2P are slowed down, which you shouldn't use anyway).
Edited by: "pet2000" 24th Oct 2011

O2 = Rubbish!

my speeds never been blocked. Always get 1.6mb/s download speed.

Pet2000
So o2 changed rules? few months ago was same deal 6m/free for existing but limit 100gb/momth, so if this is unlimited so not bad

i rang them to try and get this but the cancellation is still in progress so need to wait till the 7 days are up and ring them back up they said.. no quidco as its over the phone.. if dont work will go via quidco and try get the £100 cashback.

been happy with o2,. never been throttled, just trying to get cheaper deal lol..

paritshah

I signed up for the 6 months free recently, you don't get quidco as you … I signed up for the 6 months free recently, you don't get quidco as you have to do it over the phone. Also be careful, if you move to one of the new packages they do block download speeds.When you call them, ask them to remain on your existing package, which for me was O2 Home Broadband Premium (where downloads speeds are not blocked). They allowed me to stay on that package and still claim the 6 months free, however I'm now tied in for another 12 months.



Exactly what I was offered via their online chat a couple of days ago. I haven't taken them up on it, yet. But probably will.

They rang me to last week to see if I was going to stay with them and they offered me 6 monts free BB , Im on the all rounder package so its a good deal for me, my download speed has never been throttled , plus the help line is free and I have always had a great connection.

I have been sent a BT offer today for the phone, £3 a month unlimited anytime plan and £10 for line rental 12 months in advance payment.
Seems like a bargain to me, anyone know if there is a catch, I know BT’s CS is woeful but anything else

I have talked to them over that last week or so

£14.50 is the price you pay for unlimited BB for old customer
£17.50 is the unlimited BB with 6 months free for new customer or renew your contract.
but there are limits with the new unlimited in there fair use policy which does not apply to the old accounts.
if you Download more than 100gig a month then stay on the old account no throttling.

Evil Noodle

I have talked to them over that last week or so £14.50 is the price you … I have talked to them over that last week or so £14.50 is the price you pay for unlimited BB for old customer£17.50 is the unlimited BB with 6 months free for new customer or renew your contract.but there are limits with the new unlimited in there fair use policy which does not apply to the old accounts.if you Download more than 100gig a month then stay on the old account no throttling.



Yes, I decided to stay on my old contract as I just got a device capable of receiving HD iPlayer. Once you start receiving HD iPlayer programmes you will quickly find that 100Gb may not be sufficient.
Edited by: "borgs" 24th Oct 2011

i was gonna sign up to the Allrounder package.. i thought it was good for a starter until they told me i'll be paying additional 64quid for a new line installation... that kinda put me as the additional £64 kinda show a massive difference when comparing their price to other providers. So i'm stuck with a dongle for a while now till a good deal comes available.
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