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O2 Broadband Premium Package (up to 20Meg) - £88.11 for One Years worth! - (3 Months Free & £70 Quidco)
O2 Broadband Premium Package (up to 20Meg) - £88.11 for One Years worth! - (3 Months Free & £70 Quidco)

O2 Broadband Premium Package (up to 20Meg) - £88.11 for One Years worth! - (3 Months Free & £70 Quidco)

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Quidco are giving £70 cashback again on the O2 Home broadband packages that have the first 3 months free on the Premium & Pro packages

Premium works out at £88.11 for the year before the £70 reduction which takes it to £1.50/month for one of the best broadband providers i've used.

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WOW.....i'm going to switch my line over to BT and get a broadband package this thursday, how exactly do i get this deal?? i'm not familiar with quidco and ordering broadband packages online so help will be much appreciated, cheers.

Hardly a HOT uk deal as this offer in ONGOING and has been available for over a month now and most recently discussed at great length at:
hotukdeals.com/ite…o-/

More details and analysis at my posting on ThinkBroadband's o2 forum:
forums.thinkbroadband.com/o2/…tml
where I definitely DO recommend reading my features/comparison document :thumbsup:

Some quick tips/ideas for those who haven't yet read my 4 page summary: These deals assume you are on an exchange where o2 have their own equipment which is only around 1200 exchanges. The upto 20Mbps (actually 24Mbps) will depend on your phone line length/quality - only people who stare at their exchange will do that well, but most people will benefit from o2's enhanced "ADSL2+" service. The £70 Quidco offer does NOT have a published end date so if you ARE interested you will want to act ASAP (offers usually expire at a midnight). The o2 broadband packages have a 1year minimum term BUT a 30-day moneyback guarantee if you're not happy AND you do not need your MAC to hand at the time you apply. The quoted price here ASSUMES you already have a qualifying o2 mobile phone to gain their discount - more realistically you COULD have to pay £30 extra over that first year for PAYG topups - ie £48.11/FirstYear (with £33+ worth of free phone calls).

At OTHER exchanges o2 offer 'Access' which is a resold standard BTwholesale ADSLmax service. That is far less of a obvious bargain than their own exchange equipment 'LLU' based Standard/Premium/Pro packages.

MKD

I changed over to O2 as recently as last Friday, even though they dont have a network here they go through BT it is SOOOoooooooooo much better than the service provided by AOL

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All you have to do is, sign up to quidco, access the o2 webite through quidco and sign up to the broadband online! You will need to call bt and get a MAC code to transfer over to o2! Quidco will automatically give you £70 within 60days, after all has gone through

Im currently with Virgin.
Want to escape their clutches somehow and transfer over to do this deal?. Is it worth it?. I hear BT are doing free line installation (18month min contract though).

I've been told Quidco is a bonus now and shouldn't be included in forming the deal

al-animal;5188534

WOW.....i'm going to switch my line over to BT and get a broadband … WOW.....i'm going to switch my line over to BT and get a broadband package this thursday, how exactly do i get this deal?? i'm not familiar with quidco and ordering broadband packages online so help will be much appreciated, cheers.



You visit the [url]www.quidco.com[/url] website. Search for "o2 Broadband" and follow the link to o2's website. There you put your phone number into their line checker to see what they offer you. If it offers Standard/Premium/Pro then you will PROBABLY be best off applying for Premium because of the 3m free (and £70 Quidco) and then potentially getting an o2 PAYG SIMM during the next couple of months that you then start topping up £10/qtr (once your first 3m free are due to run out) so that you save £4.89/m ie pay £10 get £4.89x3 saving (and have £10+ of phone credit to use as you wish "for free").

If your number is not yet recognised then you try again on Thursday and hope the Quidco is still available at £70 level. (Quidco will take the first £5 per year of any cashback from you each year once you sign up.)

Otherwise see my other posting above for more ideas/factors.

mk-donald;5188648

You visit the [url]www.quidco.com[/url] website. Search for "o2 … You visit the [url]www.quidco.com[/url] website. Search for "o2 Broadband" and follow the link to o2's website. There you put your phone number into their line checker to see what they offer you. If it offers Standard/Premium/Pro then you will PROBABLY be best off applying for Premium because of the 3m free (and £70 Quidco) and then potentially getting an o2 PAYG SIMM during the next couple of months that you then start topping up £10/qtr (once your first 3m free are due to run out) so that you save £4.89/m ie pay £10 get £4.89x3 saving (and have £10+ of phone credit to use as you wish "for free"). If your number is not yet recognised then you try again on Thursday and hope the Quidco is still available at £70 level. (Quidco will take the first £5 per year of any cashback from you each year once you sign up.)Otherwise see my other posting above for more ideas/factors.



Thanks bud, do u know how long BT will take to transfer the line back because i'm with talktalk at the moment but BT said they'll be over to transfer the line back for free....they didn't mention how long though.

mk-donald;5188574

Hardly a HOT uk deal as this offer in ONGOING and has been available for … Hardly a HOT uk deal as this offer in ONGOING and has been available for over a month now and most recently discussed at great length at:http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/376438/o2-broadband-premium-package-up-to-/MKD



isn't there something very similar about your quoted deal from a month ago and this one..LIKE WORD FOR WORD

Bad enough using a hot deal from a month ago but to steal the OP's words as well :x

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Captain Hook;5188731

isn't there something very similar about your quoted deal from a month … isn't there something very similar about your quoted deal from a month ago and this one..LIKE WORD FOR WORDBad enough using a hot deal from a month ago but to steal the OP's words as well :x



I thought this forum was just to inform people about good deals!???

This is a gr8 deal.. I took it and its brilliant!! O2 BB is gr8, Quidco tracked and everything is perfect.

For people who want to move their Phone line... Look at the HOME PHONE deal from post office. They are cheaper than BT and offer free mobile calls in the weekend as well. Best of all NO 12 month contract!!

Have a look. BT maintain their lines and evrything. Quidco of 39 on the home phone as well!!

At the risk of sounding totally naive, how is this better than Orange's free broadband offer? My 12 month SKY contract is up for renewal on 12/06 and I have been looking at getting the free Orange 8MB broadband package by upgrading my PAYG Orange phone to their £15 p/m tariff . Given that my current PAYG top ups equate to approx £10 p/m anyway this seems like a good way of escaping from the clutches of Sky whilst saving myself some money at the same time

lord_trumpington;5188985

At the risk of sounding totally naive, how is this better than Orange's … At the risk of sounding totally naive, how is this better than Orange's free broadband offer? My 12 month SKY contract is up for renewal on 12/06 and I have been looking at getting the free Orange 8MB broadband package by upgrading my PAYG Orange phone to their £15 p/m tariff . Given that my current PAYG top ups equate to approx £10 p/m anyway this seems like a good way of escaping from the clutches of Sky whilst saving myself some money at the same time



Don't know what the Orange offer is, but if it's
"The offer means that anyone signing up to an Orange ([url]www.Orange.co.uk[/url]) mobile phone package of £30 or more will get the provider’s Home Starter package with a download speed of up to 2Mb and an 8GB allowance at no extra cost."

Then this differs in that the download speed (on Premium) is upto 24Mbps, and it is UNCAPPED data volume wise, and you only need to have any monthly contract OR to top-up £10 once every quarter (as a minimum) to get the discounted rate.

MKD

Plus o2 uploads are 1.2mbps, I get 1.2mbps up and 9 mbps down. Compared to 2mbps and 256kbps up that was being offered by others. No data caps, eexcellent service, they tell you throughout ur order where your modem is when you broadband will start etc etc! The upload speed is handy for slingbox and other services!

unileeds;5188974

This is a gr8 deal.. I took it and its brilliant!! O2 BB is gr8, Quidco … This is a gr8 deal.. I took it and its brilliant!! O2 BB is gr8, Quidco tracked and everything is perfect. For people who want to move their Phone line... Look at the HOME PHONE deal from post office. They are cheaper than BT and offer free mobile calls in the weekend as well. Best of all NO 12 month contract!! Have a look. BT maintain their lines and evrything. Quidco of 39 on the home phone as well!!



Do post office run throgh a BT line?? as i need a BT line for o2 broadband...and whats the post office deal, do they offer international calls>?

mk-donald;5189115

Don't know what the Orange offer is, but if it's"The offer means that … Don't know what the Orange offer is, but if it's"The offer means that anyone signing up to an Orange ([url]www.Orange.co.uk[/url]) mobile phone package of £30 or more will get the provider’s Home Starter package with a download speed of up to 2Mb and an 8GB allowance at no extra cost."Then this differs in that the download speed (on Premium) is upto 24Mbps, and it is UNCAPPED data volume wise, and you only need to have any monthly contract OR to top-up £10 once every quarter (as a minimum) to get the discounted rate.MKD



The Orange offer is on all pay monthly tarifs (including the £15 tariff). I am not too concerned about the download thresholds as I am not a big downloader of data, but I admit that the speed might be an issue. Thanks for explaining anyway - whatever option I decide on it will be a relif to be free of SKY! :thumbsup:

al-animal;5189355

Do post office run throgh a BT line?? as i need a BT line for o2 … Do post office run throgh a BT line?? as i need a BT line for o2 broadband...and whats the post office deal, do they offer international calls>?



Well yes Post office run through a BT line, but they charge £10.72 (will increase to £11.25) or something including line rental. They will also install for £107 (slightly less than BT retail).
postoffice.co.uk/por…075

They offer international calls, and on weekends they also offer international and Uk mobile and landline calls (last i checked US and canadian mobile calls were free, now its not stated on the websitee, best to call and ask)
Over all quite a bit better than BT. Plus like i said 30 day contract and as you can see slightly cheaper than BT. Everything is managed by BT wholesale, so its a BT engineer who sets up everything for you!

O2 Home Broadband £70 cashback ends Wednesday midnight.

Thought of informing.. so you can hurry up and snap the deal right away! Cheers

DAMN!! my contract doesnt end till friday...can i purchase a o2 contract before i install the BT line??

al-animal;5191752

DAMN!! my contract doesnt end till friday...can i purchase a o2 contract … DAMN!! my contract doesnt end till friday...can i purchase a o2 contract before i install the BT line??



You can always TRY to enter into a contract on the o2 website HAVING GOT THERE via the Quidco referral - you do NOT have to have your MAC to hand at the time. Otherwise check the other sites eg TopCashBack's offer may not end at the same time.

Does O2 traffic shape? My current ISP doesn't and I'm afraid that I'll suffer a degradation of service if I switch.

thanks

Quidco back to £50 now however Topcashback are still offering £70.

meinnit;5206560

Quidco back to £50 now however Topcashback are still offering £70.



Do u know when top cashback's offer will end?

al-animal;5208986

Do u know when top cashback's offer will end?


Ended yesterday. Back to £40 now. Quidco would be better at £50
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