O2 launch rather pants Data Bolt-on Rollover.
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O2 launch rather pants Data Bolt-on Rollover.

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Found 17th Feb 2016
iD shook things up when they brought back the retro but much appreciated data rollover a week ago and now O2 have responded as miserably as is humanly possible.

From now on if you run out of data, and purchase a beautifully overpriced data bolt-on, they'll let the remainder of that bolt-on carry over onto the next month, should there be any left. So lets say you're desperate to send that email out, and buy 100MB of data, that's a mere £3! And it rolls over. Thanks O2.

Expecting this to go hotter than a thermal lance to the face midday in Dubai.

o2.co.uk/sho…ns/

Good luck trying to find info on it outside of a few press releases on tech sites. You'll have to chat to one of their reps.
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to be fair this should be hot. normally o2 like to take your crackers down to half mast and roll that over.
not just that but they've also released free upgrade handset after 12 months....

if your on a £64 tariff
Awesome pitch!
UK call centre has to be paid for somehow
can I claim back my non rolled over data for the past year robbing mfs
I see the refresh phones that were £10pm are now £15pm for the 24 months.
voted hot. Brilliant deal!
Im cancelling my BT Mobile sim within the 14 days and moving over to this!

Whichever exec in O2 thought of this promotion deserves a pat on the backside and a promotion and a big bonus!
Gstar87

to be fair this should be hot. normally o2 like to take your crackers … to be fair this should be hot. normally o2 like to take your crackers down to half mast and roll that over.



​People are looking at me weird as I sit laughing at this post. I would like you to be more specific next time though as I believe you are referring to under-crackers
Qrunch

UK call centre has to be paid for somehow

I believe I'D network are doing the same also for people interested
id signal is better compare to o2
To be fair coverage is subjective. I used 3 for a couple of weeks last summer after getting a simple for the feel at home for holiday in France.
Generally in the city 3 was great, 3G or 4G when a lot of places O2 struggled for 3G
at home in a village 3 miles from our largest out of town shopping centre I could only get a signal on 3 in my garden no coverage anywhere in the house!
Gutted as cheap on pay and the three in touch app was pants even on BT Infinity with speed tests of 39meg down and 9.6meg up with 11ms latency.
My O2 phone gives me 2 bars of 4G lol.
It's where you are that counts, I now use a dual sim phone with giff gaff for my calls and 3 for data as I use WiFi at home.
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