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O2 offer a new tariff (Unlimited Cross Network mins & Texts) Starting from £40's...
O2 offer a new tariff (Unlimited Cross Network mins & Texts) Starting from £40's...

O2 offer a new tariff (Unlimited Cross Network mins & Texts) Starting from £40's...

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O2 have a brand new tariff available which is as follows:

Prices are from £40 - £52.50.

This includes the following:
Unlimited Cross Network Mins including landlines.
Unlimited Text Messages.

Simplicity tariff (One Month Rollong Contract) = £45
Simplicity tariff (Twelve Month Contract) = £40

Simplicity for iPhone + Unlimited Data & Wi-Fi (One Month Rolling Contract) = £50
Simplicity for iPhone + Unlimited Data & Wi-Fi (Twelve Month Contract) = £45

Simplicity for BlackBerry + BlackBerry Unlimited (One Month Rolling Contract) = £52.50
Simplicity for BlackBerry + BlackBerry Unlimited (Twelve Month Contract) = £47.50

They do have a fair usage policy if you are over using the line but I suppose that's only applicable to people that are using it as a baby monitor with their land line!

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Why not just put the maximum that they will allow you to use (whatever the 'fair' use amount is), say 5000 minutes or whatever rather than say 'unlimited' then say there is a fair use limit... why do they do it?

morfeus;8452995

Why not just put the maximum that they will allow you to use (whatever … Why not just put the maximum that they will allow you to use (whatever the 'fair' use amount is), say 5000 minutes or whatever rather than say 'unlimited' then say there is a fair use limit... why do they do it?



Marketing...simples....saying unlimited will get peoples attention quicker even though most will never even use the maximum stated in the fair use policy.

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morfeus;8452995

Why not just put the maximum that they will allow you to use (whatever … Why not just put the maximum that they will allow you to use (whatever the 'fair' use amount is), say 5000 minutes or whatever rather than say 'unlimited' then say there is a fair use limit... why do they do it?



That's a good question, I did ask them that and they said that it was highly unlikely that someone would go over the 20,000 mins fair usage police considering there are only 43,200 mins in an average month! But it is still a very good deal.

Does anyone actually use all their free minutes and text anyway? on O2's 500 minutes / 600 text (or the otherway round) if 200 text and 200 minutes are used that is a very busy month!!!!

i've been through 11 and a half hours so far this month and that's not really being on the phone that much. As I have unlimited 02-02 I use alot of minutes, being on unlimited means I will use more minutes than normal

ive got 26 pound a month deal and they said its truely unlimited and i used 132hours in a month and just through conversation asked the 02 agent and said noway ive used well over the maximum and warned me that they would block my phone, kinda got a fright of my life and thank god i didnt get charged, but never will i trust the unlimted max mins crap ever again
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